You may have brought up many valid points and teased my mind with some interesting arguments, but the fact of the matter is that your last post has little to do with the validity of Cosby's statements.
Did he say something wrong? I don't think he identified the ignorant, illeterate bastards as his enemies, but said that they have sesvere problems that impact the community . You mean to tell me you disagree? How does the inability to speek English well have to do with creating a language. Don't you understand that African Americans sixty years ago who didn't have the chance to go to integrated schools had better grammer than those of today. We are moving backwards and it is the attitudes like yours that want to pamper these spoiled arses until they are incapable of communicating with anyone on any level outside of their circle. Tisk, tisk, tisk. You should be ashamed of yourself for teying to pamper people who lack the desire and will power to make a real change in society for not only the betterment of themselves but for mankind. What ever happened to that? It seems to me that the only thing we have now is a bunch of thugs that don't want to go through the steps. There is no culture there so stop kidding yourself. The only thing there is rebellion. If the culture is defined on how much it can rebel, then it is nothing more than a culture of adolecents.
Stop trying to passify the problems of a sleping people. Wrong is wrong, and right is right. Bill Cosby was right and not outdated. He was on point with a large portion of the community.oOne more thing, Cosby's contributions are to the best, because he believes in getting the most out of his money. He knows that students at thos prestigious institutions have worked hard to get to where they are going. Why give it to a thug on the corner who can't speak English who is only going to look for illicit ways to double the money or abuse it?
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