Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Here's the perfect way for Miami Dade High School students to honor Trayvon Martin.

For starters, If you are a student attending Miami-Dade high school, you can cut school and go and ransack a Walgreens drug store and steal stuff. I'm not exactly sure what role Walgreens played in the death of Trayvon Martin, but I'm sure those kids spotted in one the surveillance camera wouldn't have ransacked the store and stole stuff if they didn't think there was a connection. Don't you think so as well? ;-)

If this doesn't honor the memory of a person they never knew, I don't know what will. I wonder did they at least get the Skittles and Ice Teas?


Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is just a small, skittle flavored taste of whats to come.

But seriously. Where do kids of ANY race today think this shits right? When I was in H.S. we did stuff more along the lines of "physically dangerous to ourselves" and not so much "thug like criminal behaviour".

On a dare we used to 'ride the bull' which was climbing up on top of a pumpjack and balancing on the walking beam. Totally insane crap, but when yer young ? *shrugs*

Here's a picture if you don't know what a pumpjack is.

"Always stand on principle, even if you stand alone."

John Quincy Adams

2:39 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I wonder if the adult who was pointing his finger was the manager?

Like it or not, what these students did was wrong. This is not the way you need to honor a slain victim. Why is it in most black communities that the only way to get their messages out is to cause a riot, or any pandemonium? Isn't ironic to react in protest of violence within the community, they have commit violence?

3:07 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Here is an excerpt of an article I found by Bob Russell from Conservative Daily News in reference to those who got involved with the Trayvon Martin case:

I wonder where all of these “concerned citizens” were last week when a 90 year old white man and his 85 year old white wife were attacked in their home in Tulsa, Oklahoma by a young black man and unknown accomplices. The woman (again, 85 years old) was raped and beaten to death. The man is clinging to life in ICU at last reports. Where are the $1 million dollar offers from the Black Panthers? Where is Al Sharpton and his megaphone? Where is Jesse Jackson to offer financial help to the family of this couple as he did in the Duke Lacrosse case? Where is Spike Lee to tweet this animal’s home address for the angry mobs to go kill him? Where is Barack Obama and his condemnation of black violence against whites? Remember Eric Holder saying black on white violence would not be investigated by the same “Justice Department” who is jumping through hoops to convict Zimmerman before the sun rises tomorrow?

Last week I read a story from Chicago about a 6 year old boy killed as a result of gang violence, and a 1 year old clinging to life by a thread from the same shooting. This was black gang members trying to kill a rival, but killing babies instead. Where are the Black Panthers? Where is Al Sharpton? Where is Jesse Jackson? Where is the $1 million reward for the heads of those who hurt these innocent children in an indiscriminate shooting? Where is Spike Lee and his Twitter account when needed?

6:04 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Man, one might not agree with Al Sharpton but for this case, can't help but watch his "Politics Nation", that said, Ed Schultz's Friday show showed Ed went over the top, think he toned down some intense rhetoric himself.

A Reader

7:47 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Tyrone, I was listening to the Savage Nation and his guest was Rev.C.L. Lewis, a former president of the NAACP branch in Garland, TX.

In reference to the likes of Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, the New Black Panther Party, and the NAACP who are currently involved with the Trayvon Martin case, he discussed his upcoming documentary movie, "Runaway Slave". Here is the link to that website.

1:57 AM  

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