Mike Furrey article

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  1. jaxvid

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    Here is the opening paragraph from an article in the Detroit Free Press on Mike Furrey:

    At some point during the Lions' game against Atlanta last month, curiosity got the better of Falcons cornerback DeAngelo Hall. Hall finally turned to Lions receiver Roy Williams. He just had to know. "Where'd y'all get this white boy from?" Hall asked.

    Typical double standard of the use of anti-white racial epithet. Fortunately some of the people that commented to the article felt the same way. If this is the casual way blacks demeam whites on a football field then how can anyone doubt the existence of a caste system.

    some of the comments:
    wonder what the black media elite would have done if this comment was quoted???

    "Where'd y'all get this black boy from?"

    Come on Rev. JJ and Rev AS tell us this was OK.

    Posted: Sun Dec 10, 2006 10:53 am

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    This should make people upset. In this ultra-pc world where everyone is supposed to watch every reference to race, why should this go on as acceptable? Was Hall suprised to see this "white boy" doing well as a reciever??

    Personally, I hope the guy stays. From the outside, he seems like a no nonsense, hard working, blue collar kind of guy that just does his job to the best of his ability.

    Posted: Sun Dec 10, 2006 10:45 am

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    THE DOUBLE STANDARD LIVES! "Where'd ya'll get this white boy" is spoken without an a word being said. I'm sure if Brett Favre had asked Jon Kitna "Where'dya'll get this black boy", nothing would be said, either. Yeah, right... Maybe for about the amount of time it takes Rev. Al to reach for his cell.

    Posted: Sun Dec 10, 2006 10:44 am

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  2. emt1

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    that always angers me getting called "white boy" fortunatly i hardly ever get called that.
     
  3. jaxvid

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    White boy is maybe the top anti-white insult right now. No one white cares about being called a cracker, or peckerwood, or honkey, but if some brutha calls you a white-boy you are ready to throw down.

    It's not quite the white ni99er, but the media has to get the message. You'd think with the black 'supposed' anger whenever being called "boy" which is an out dated racial insult for them anyway, that they would be more understanding.

    Whenever I hear it (and it's rare) I reply whith the time honored black comeback "I got your boy right here!"
     
  4. white tornado

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    When ever some one say "hey white boy" I respond with "Hey black boy"
     
  5. Don Wassall

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    Just notice how often adult white men of all ages are referred to as "boys" in the corporate media. It's commonplace in commercials, television shows, movies, magazines, etc., while it is taboo to call a black man a boy.


    The media is also careful to refer to white females over the age of 18 as women rather than girls, though it is not as rigorously upheld as the taboo with black males. Teenage white girls are increasingly called women as well.


    Of the four most common names for white men -- men, guys, males and boys -- men is the least used. Black racists are open about their racial meaning when saying "white boy," but as always it's the ruling class "whites" and Zionistsleading the way in the denigration of white men.
     
  6. sport historian

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    So-called "conservatives" like Fred Barnes use the term "white male." Once, reporting on a Bill Clinton vacation, Newsweek said that Clinton had a "white guy" look while playing golf. It wasn't meant as a compliment but was saying that Clinton had a goofy look.
     
  7. whiteCB

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    I hope Furrey just continues to kick ass and take CBs names. Mike Furrey is havibng an outsatnding season and is a fantastic athlete. DeAngelo Hall on the other hand is an overrated piece of crap. Does he think he's Italian or something with that stupid ass first name.
     
  8. ToughJ.Riggins

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    Interestingly Deangelo Hall was also famously literally burned</span>
    (underlined b/c the term is quite overused) deep by another
    white former Martz player, Kevin
    Curtis a couple years ago when St. Louis
    played Atlanta. And to speak of workout numbers Deangelo is
    average in that department as a CB. Dustin Fox has better physical
    attributes/workout numbers. The only reason Dustin isn't making
    it as a saftey, is because the guy is a CB plain and simple, but they can't allow a
    white guy to play any other secondary position except saftey (and even
    that's rare) in the good old NFL! I still think the guy is so good that
    he could still play saftey even being small for the position at 5'10
    185lbs but it really makes absolutley no sense to switch him to
    an unnatural position that he is small for and make him relearn things.






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  9. whiteCB

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    Dustin Fox is an amazing coverman. I remember watching him shut down the likes of NFL WRs Michael Jenkins and Drew Carter everyday in practice back in the day at OSU. His Ohio St DB coach Mel Tucker, who is black, was always so supportive of Fox and always said that Fox is a CB not a safety. I mean Fox is an athletic freak 4.44 40 and 43 inch vertical. What else do you want?
     

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