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6-19-2008 @ 10:11PM
Old and tired racist jokes? Really?
6-19-2008 @ 11:00PM
Unless gold beggar is suddenly a race all its own, there is no racism to be seen here.But, be you a gold beggar I have somehow offended by my portrayal of your race, then pardon my racism towards you and your own, good sir. Otherwise, I believe you are intending to call me out on race-related jokes as there are no comments towards superiority, discrimination, etc. except in the direction of gold beggars at crossroads.
6-19-2008 @ 11:31PM
Madam, allow me to clarify: "racism |ˈrāˌsizəm|nounthe belief that all members of each race possess characteristics or abilities specific to that race."I did not mean to imply that you are offending anyone ("racial" may have been a better choice of words), merely that the "Tauren's are always moooooing, amirite? LOL!" joke is, as mentioned, old and tired. Also, I'm not sure you understand completely what "witty" means (hint: it means funny).
6-20-2008 @ 8:04AM
Ah, but I see you have left out the second half of that description for your own good: "[...] usually involving the idea that one's own race is superior and has the right to rule others." As usually means more often then not, my point stands.Witty has two meanings, good sir. The second of which is clever. Unless you'd like to continue to modify dictionary meanings towards your own ideas, then by all means!
6-20-2008 @ 3:37PM
Wow, you really want to drag this out, eh?Your comment is riddled with non sequiturs, but I'm thinking if you took some of that unrefined, harsh sarcasm and injected it into your comic, you may achieve better results.
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