Saturday, September 14, 2013

A picture is worth a thousand words and then some.

It makes perfect sense.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

That sounds like a great slogan for a plumbing school.

-Big Pop

9:10 PM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

Hopefully they'll put hundreds of those billboards up in every urban neighborhood across the country. Perhaps they should use even more direct captions like;

"Pull Your Pants Up, You Look Like A Fool!"

"I See Your Ass, You Look Like An Ass"

3:10 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This comes to mind:

3:59 PM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

This billboard should be put up across the country, but I have no doubt if they were, progressives would be screaming that the billboards are "racists" or "racially insensitive" in nature allen. According to some on the left, blacks talking in Ebonics, wearing saggy pants showing their drawers, having tattoos on their next is nothing more then "black culture" that is merely being expressed. I am glad though that you don't see it the way they do. It must going to snow this weekend. lol

12:56 AM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

Big Pop "That sounds like a great slogan for a plumbing school."

Or a toilet paper slogan.

12:58 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Alpha Conservative said; "wearing saggy pants showing their drawers, having tattoos on their next is nothing more then "black culture" that is merely being expressed."

Why would progressives complain? I have heard many progressives come out against the sagging pants. The man behind the billboard, Fred Davis, is a 70+ year old black Democrat who marched with Dr. King. And who assigned tattoos and sagging pants to black culture?

White Kids Do It Too.

White Kids Do It Too.

More Examples.

More Examples.

Conservative hacks like you always pick up on one or two statements made by a progressive, then broad brush every one else. I am a progressive that hates the sagging pants style, be it on a black kid or white kid. Apparently you are attempting to assign sagging pants and tattoos to black culture. In reality you are the one thats being racially insensitive. Give yourself a break bro';

"I am no better, and neither are you. We are the same, whatever we do. Different strokes, for different folks. I am every day people".
Sly Stone-

12:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great slogan. However, It will not permeate into the minds of most blacks. White liberals enjoy watching blacks debase themselves. They feel that the young man with his underwear exposed pretty much represents the truly authentic state of todays young "black man"

It's the same with millinaire rap moguls like Russell Simmons, who helped to mainstream hip-hop music & Jay Z. They and many other hip hop impresarios have spent a good portion of their lives coercing millions of young fans, preferably young black males into adopting the prison no-belt wearing, pant hanging ghetto-mindset of unsophistication & railing against "the man"!

Jay Z, Snoop Dog & 50 Cent all have rap sheets of criminal activity in their background but are now living the bling-bling lifestyle which is the end result of their utilizing capitalism to obtain wealth!

Yet, while millions of young black boys & girls continue to grow up in liberal Democrat ordained broken households without an intact father, these rap stars instead embrace conservative principles by getting married and sending their offsprings to the best, tony private schools while residing in predominately white, gated communities!

They play the role of the ghetto jive street hood who still has some street cred despite their astronomical wealth when they are in the presence of their mostly young uneducated fans but when its time to make big monetary deals with the Wall Street fat cats, they get all suited up in their Brooks Brothers suits and start sounding like seasoned businessmen!

6:01 PM  

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