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Old Today, 04:57 PM
 
Location: Suburb of Chicago
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And as usual....this same person can be seen during an interview in 2018 saying:

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"Speech First will protect students’ free speech rights on campus," the organization's mission statement says. "Through advocacy, litigation, and other means, we will put colleges and universities on notice that shutting down unwanted speech will no longer be tolerated."
These crackpot liberals just keep proving how hypocritical they are.

https://www.mrctv.org/blog/speech-fi...llege-campuses
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Old Today, 04:57 PM
 
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Ever hear someone in college recite eenie meenie miney moe? Me either. Not to mention, kids replaced the N word with tiger a LONG time ago.
Thanks, and you beat me to it. As unbelievable as some of you might find this to be, I was born in 1953 and I had never heard the "N" version before reading it in this thread! However, I was born in northern Ohio, so maybe it was a Southern expression? Just a thought.
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Old Today, 05:02 PM
 
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Here is your daily dose of putting those tuition dollars to hard work in higher education today.
Da, thanks Comrade.
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Old Today, 05:08 PM
 
Location: Suburb of Chicago
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Thanks, and you beat me to it. As unbelievable as some of you might find this to be, I was born in 1953 and I had never heard the "N" version before reading it in this thread! However, I was born in northern Ohio, so maybe it was a Southern expression? Just a thought.
I grew up in Chicago. Only one kid in our neighborhood used it. The rest of us cringed and said tiger. So I don't think it was a regional thing - just a thing.
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Old Today, 05:21 PM
 
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OK, the "eenie meanie" thing I might agree with. Some other words I might agree with. However, this is going SJW overload. If "food coma" is so racist, try its more technical or scientific name of "postprandial somnolence".
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Old Today, 05:22 PM
 
Location: Denver CO
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thank you for providing the actual facts, as I wouldn't bother to give a click to the RWNJ blog cited in the original post.

It proved exactly what I had suspected, that the claims made bu the OP (presumably citing said RWNJ blog) were bogus.
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Old Today, 05:26 PM
 
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I grew up in Chicago. Only one kid in our neighborhood used it. The rest of us cringed and said tiger. So I don't think it was a regional thing - just a thing.
I grew up in suburban Philly and we always used Tiger until a new kid moved in an used the N word, but he was from Boston.
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Old Today, 05:39 PM
 
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thank you for providing the actual facts, as I wouldn't bother to give a click to the RWNJ blog cited in the original post.

It proved exactly what I had suspected, that the claims made bu the OP (presumably citing said RWNJ blog) were bogus.
bogus? how so?
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Old Today, 05:39 PM
 
Location: Northern NJ/Amagansett, NY
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I grew up in suburban Philly and we always used Tiger until a new kid moved in an used the N word, but he was from Boston.
That rhyme always makes me think of the gimp scene in Pulp Fiction.
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Old Today, 05:45 PM
 
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I grew up in Chicago. Only one kid in our neighborhood used it. The rest of us cringed and said tiger. So I don't think it was a regional thing - just a thing.
Grew up in rural wisc in the 80's.

I think we learned the n word version before we could say mom or dad.
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