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Discussion in 'Media Racism and Stereotyping' started by Ambrose, Feb 7, 2014.
This one is a real gem to start with
an involuntarily racist commercial on youtube:
Kinda childish to keep referring to black people as monkeys. Also against the guidelines.
Is this ok?
Here are some very much off topic pictures which make me laugh and give me a chuckle. Hopefully no one takes offence, and I apologize beforehand for the profanity. If it violates the site rules or guidelines, I apologize and feel free to take it down or ask me to remove it and I will;
A good picture for Thursdays (almost Friday):
I think the purpose of this thread is to show funny pictures. Not cartoons or pictures with captions, but just pictures in which the image is funny without explanation.
Am I correct Ambrose?
Black people are nothing like monkeys. Regardless of race, all humans are apes, but very different from monkeys which are more closely related to lemurs.
Apes are Old World anthropoid mammals, more specifically a clade of tailless catarrhine primates, belonging to the biological superfamily Hominoidea. The apes are native to Africa and South-east Asia. Apes are the largest primates and the orangutan, an ape, is the largest living arboreal animal. Hominoids (except for humans) are traditionally forest dwellers, although chimpanzees may range into savanna, and the extinct australopithecines were likely also savanna inhabitants, inferred from their morphology. Humans inhabit almost every terrestrial habitat.
Hominidae consists of orangutans, gorillas, chimpanzees, bonobos and humans.
Hock, to me its all good man. Anything I post is available in a few clicks through a search engine.
But watch out for:
I am not religious but Evolution is a crock of feces.
It's obvious to me.
lemur > monkey > gibbon > bonobo > Australopithecus > homo erectus > human
You do realize that these are artist's imaginary renderings, dreamed and created from whole cloth. The whole collection of scattered bones dug out of dirt that supposedly provides the basis for the "art" are a fraud.
But I digress, these ARE funny pictures! Good work Carcharias.
Since this is a thread for funny pictures, rather than a debate over evolution/creation, I will not post on this matter here again, UNLESS someone here can answer Don's questions in regards to the eye and other evolution imaginary tales.
lol, it looks like a close relative of the singer Sting was used to represent the "amazing leap forward."