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Today’s video of the day comes from the O’Reilly Factor, where we discussed the politics of Reverend Jesse Jackson and the “N-Word.”

123 comments

  1. Clifton Harrison - July 24, 2008 4:59 pm

    Cézsar, that’s an interesting point, and when you add in tanya’s constant need to state things that are probably not true, it’s a good possibility that MrsPickron and Tanya could be one in the same! but even if they aren’t, Tanya is a very sad, sad person…

  2. Cézsar - July 24, 2008 5:13 pm

    ^True, true.

  3. MrsPickron - July 24, 2008 6:31 pm

    Cliff, I’m married to respond to your comment… hint the MRS. I have to say your first comment today in reply to mine sounds like u did some thinking overnight. You didn’t sound so hyper and defensive. I sense hope for you and that you are not as lost as I previously thought, you just need some guidance. You’re only 22 you still have a lot of growing up to do. Save these comments and look back at them… say 5-6 yrs from now and it should make you laugh and appreciate your growth(if there is any). Oh and I did read every comment on here from 1-103 word from word. I don’t know why you think I didn’t.

    Tanya, you know you can only help those who wants to be helped. I read on this blog site a lot (everyday several times a day). I may have many comments in my head to post, however; I just don’t feel the need to share and most of the time someone else would already state my point. Most of the time we have the same views or I understand your order of thought. I view from my phone and reading is cool but making a comment is horrible (as it is right now).

    Give me a break guys… you can’t recognize that Tanya and I are two different people? I’ve read the threads so much I try to guess who wrote the comment before I get to the end to see the name. I almost guess correctly every time.
    Again I’m on my phone right now I can not see the other comments. I forgot what else I wanted to address.

  4. Clifton Harrison - July 24, 2008 7:15 pm

    It’s true that I need guidance, much like any and everybody else in this world, but if you or Tanya, or anyone else is trying to guide, please understand you can’t talk down or at people, you must talk with them. Me being 22 does not warrant you or anyone older absolute knowledge or say-so in what’s right or wrong.

    And had you read all of my posts, and not just the jokes, or the shots at tanya, you would have seen several times where i’ve stated my opinion on the matter, but after so many posts, it becomes pointless trying to explain them to someone (tanya) who is either unwilling or unable to listen and understand, so i resorted to clowning (and that wasn’t until after she disrespected me personally).

  5. Tanya - July 24, 2008 10:06 pm

    MrsPickron,

    Your comments are like a breath of fresh air! Thanks again for sharing your point of view!

  6. Tanya - July 24, 2008 10:15 pm

    Clif,

    “i provided actual proof of my intelligence”

    LMAO!!! Really???? I missed that! (Sorry I just couldn’t resist! But I will try to stop “talking down to” you!)

    “tanya’s constant need to state things that are probably not true…”

    Everything I have stated here is absolute fact! But you will see it for yourself soon enough!

    Clif, you just have to realize that you DID NOT provide any reason, proof, or logic to support your use of nigga!

    “‘nigga’ was explained and used as an entirely different word than “nigger” for me and people in my community”-comment 47.”

    Here is what you said in #47:

    “And using the word “nigga” as a “term of endearment” does not make me “ignorant, uneducated and classless” , and I could elaborate, but a simple fuck you will do for that statement.”

    “The Black Panther party did not have a strong presence in Oakland when I was growing up. Do you know what did….the word NIGGA! among other things of course, but “nigga” was explained and used as an entirely different word than “nigger” for me and people in my community.”

    So if drugs were a “strong presence in Oakland” (which I’m sure it is), does that make it ok for you to use drugs??? So if I “explain” to you that ignorant is a positive term, will you start using it to refer to your “friend/patna’/homie”?

    “Me using the word “nigga” does not affect my people more than my people being treated like NIGGERS.”

    So if I treat you like you are a crazy person are you going to check into an Insane Asylum??? If I treat you like a homeless man, are you going to start sleeping on a park bench??? If I treat you like a woman, are you going to start wearing woman’s clothes??? I don’t think you realize how ridiculous and idiotic you sound on this! If some dude treats your daughter like a whore, should she start acting and living like one???

    What do you mean, “Me using the word “nigga” does not affect my people more than my people being treated like NIGGERS”???

    “The thing i will say about your “Aquashanequa welfare queen” comment, is that for one who is talking about white supremecy and it’s control, you sure buy into the stereotypes and spew it right back out.”

    The Aquashanequa welfare queen is NOT a stereotype as much as it is a FACT. There are thousands of black woman who make a career out of public assistance and becoming a baby mama. It’s sad, but true! And most of them share a similar mentality to you; society doesn’t think very much of me or expect very much from me, so let me just prove them right! That’s ignorance at its finest my dear!

    “That, and that you sound like a fuckin idiot if you think my choice to use the word “nigga” will turn my daughter into “welfare queen”.”

    Auh, yeah it would! As I said in #51:

    “For the sake of your precious young daughter – STOP USING THAT WORD! You don’t want her to end up like Sherri Sheppard (Sherri grow up around drugs and has had multiple abortions and admits she’s done much wrong in her life) saying ‘I grew up with my family using it’.”

    “And yes, I believe that Sherri lived such a questionable life b/c of the fact that everyone in her family freely used that word. If you don’t have enough pride to realize that there is nothing endearing about that term, then you will not have enough pride to live a decent, clean and full life.”

    You also stated:

    ““Nigga” is an endearing term for me, as well as many others just the same as “blue” represents a color that we all agree in society as blue.”

    Darling, this doesn’t make a lick of sense!!! And I don’t want you to feel “talked down to” so I will not breakdown why this is completely nonsensical, and how your non-defined definition of nigga pales in comparison to the distinction of a color.

    “But God, Allah, or any higher power did not give us a word book by which we follow…”

    YES GOD did! It’s called the Bible. And it tells how we should speak, and how language will be used against us.

    “Come, let us go down and confuse their language so they will not understand each other.” Genesis 11:7

    “So it is with you. Unless you speak intelligible words with your tongue, how will anyone know what you are saying? You will just be speaking into the air. Undoubtedly there are all sorts of languages in the world, yet none of them is without meaning. If then I do not grasp the meaning of what someone is saying, I am a foreigner to the speaker, and he is a foreigner to me.” 1 Corinthians 14:9-11

    “But now you must rid yourselves of all such things as these: anger, rage, malice, slander, and filthy language from your lips.” Colossians 3:8

    “Ah, Sovereign LORD, I said, I do not know how to speak; I am only a child.” Jeremiah 1:5-7

    Using filthy words destroys your spirit, and no matter what language you speak or what spin or slang you give a word, one word can only have one meaning! The Bible says so!

  7. Clifton Harrison - July 25, 2008 1:50 am

    Tanya, this is the last time i will post on this thread because it’s clear even with my patience, i
    can’t break through your ignorance (and it’s beginning to seem like stupidity).

    “i provided actual proof of my intelligence”

    -Yes i did, as in the article that was published about me graduating from a College…you know,
    higher education. Look up the word intelligence in the dictionary if you are unaware of it’s
    meaning.

    “Everything I have stated here is absolute fact! But you will see it for yourself soon enough”

    wow, i didn’t know you were the creator….There isn’t anything in this world that we know for an
    absolute fact, and if you think that you know anything for absolute fact, than it is clear you are
    really off the deep end! And come on, show and prove, put up or shut up, don’t talk about it, be about it!

    Let me breakdown comment 47 and the rest of your questions or comments , so you can understand:

    1) “And using the word “nigga” as a “term of endearment” does not make me “ignorant, uneducated and
    classless”
    In my opinion, using the word “nigga” as a term of endearment does not make me ignorant because
    ignorance is a lack of knowledge, unaware, uniformed. I’m quite informed on what “nigga” means to
    me, as well as what “nigga” means to people like yourself. So i’m neither uneducated nor ignorant.
    As far as classless, I’m not sure what you define as class, but i’m assuming you are meaning some
    sort of etiquette or manners, and in regards to that, i’m very respectful (for the most part) to all
    people…that is until they push me too far and then i may lose that respect and insult them (which
    isn’t the best option, but i’m not perfect).

    2)“The Black Panther party did not have a strong presence in Oakland when I was growing up. Do you
    know what did….the word NIGGA! among other things of course, but “nigga” was explained and used as
    an entirely different word than “nigger” for me and people in my community.”
    The Black Panther party’s collapse happened in the 1970′s or early 80′s at most, and i was
    born in 1985, so that sense of strong black men and brothers and the education of our African
    American history was not my part of my introduction to the word “nigga” or “nigger”. Maybe things
    would have been different if i was never taught that their is a difference between “nigga” and
    “nigger”, but that’s not what happened. I was introduced to the word by other classmates,friends,
    people in the neighborhood, music, and life. I don’t actually recall the precise moment that someone
    defined the word and explained the difference, but at some point in life (around 13, maybe 14) i
    began using the word.

    I honestly believe, (and this is no joke), that you are incapable of understanding that for some people, their is a difference, and that’s fine. I’ve met people like you in my life, and i can respect it. but regardless of what you think is or is not acceptable, “nigga” IS a different word than “Nigger” FOR ME.
    So understand that you will not change my definition of the word. So in conclusion, the reason for the different definition is that i grew up in a different environment, society, culture than you and for me and the people i’ve grown up around, “nigger” is different than “nigga” (with nigger being the most foul term you could call a black person and nigga being another word for friend, patna, homie, etc.). Whether you agree or think that it is crazy is one thing, but that IS the reason. the “proof”, i really don’t understand, other than me using the word to my friends and them knowing that i mean it in love and respect, and not as our oppressors used the word nigger to refer to slaves, or white people when they referred to black people. and logic is a form of reasoning, which i explained. Whether you agree with it, that’s your opinion, but it is what it is.

    3)”So if drugs were a “strong presence in Oakland” (which I’m sure it is), does that make it ok for
    you to use drugs??? So if I “explain” to you that ignorant is a positive term, will you start using
    it to refer to your “friend/patna’/homie”?”
    first of all, if you have never been to Oakland, then you cannot speak on what does or does
    not have a strong presence. But for the sake of the argument, in some parts, you have a heavy amount
    of drugs, and in others, it’s very nice. Your assumptions only make an ass of yourself. Your second
    question is not worth answering because it has no relevance. “Ignorant” does not carry or hold the
    same meaning as “nigger” or “Nigga”, so even comparing the two in an attempt to..i don’t know what
    you are attempting or trying to prove, but it doesn’t make any sense. Use a better, more relevant
    analogy.

    4)“Me using the word “nigga” does not affect my people more than my people being treated like
    NIGGERS.”
    I apologize if this statement was not clear enough, but here we go. My speaking the actual
    word “nigga” (and for the sake of this point, it can mean the same as “nigger”), but me saying
    either of those words, as in the sound that comes out of my mouth, and is heard (or in this case
    read) does not affect you or your family in a more harmful, painful, disrespectful, unjust way than
    an actual person being chained, whipped, forced to work without being paid, lynched, or any other
    unfair treatment that our actual people suffered through. So to be clear, the actual sound that you
    hear that is the word “nigger” will never be as bad and as hurtful as our people actually being
    treated as “niggers”. Do you understand that? (and that is not sarcasm, i’m truly hoping you
    understand that because i don’t know how to break it down any further).

    5)”The Aquashanequa welfare queen is NOT a stereotype as much as it is a FACT. There are thousands
    of black woman who make a career out of public assistance and becoming a baby mama. It’s sad, but
    true! And most of them share a similar mentality to you; society doesn’t think very much of me or
    expect very much from me, so let me just prove them right! That’s ignorance at its finest my dear!”
    It is a stereotype, being that a stereotype is “A conventional, formulaic, and
    oversimplified conception, opinion, or image.”. You stated in comment 94, that i’m “married (or
    maybe just living with) an Aquashanequa welfare queen”. For one, you personally know that’s not true
    because you read the article, which actually lists my wife’s name (Zekeia, which is a different
    spelling, but comes from the arabic name Zakiyah, which means pure). And being that you don’t know
    much about Oakland, you are operating and formulating your opinions on the stereotypical
    representation of black men and women from urban neighborhoods and cities. That is why you are using
    disrespectful and ignorant stereotypes, and that is wrong.

    6) As you said in comment 51, “For the sake of your precious young daughter – STOP USING THAT WORD!
    You don’t want her to end up like Sherri Sheppard (Sherri grow up around drugs and has had multiple
    abortions and admits she’s done much wrong in her life) saying ‘I grew up with my family using it’.”

    and

    “If you don’t have enough pride to realize that there is nothing endearing about that term, then you
    will not have enough pride to live a decent, clean and full life.”

    First, drugs are everywhere in this country, and eventually my daughter will be exposed to
    them. But she won’t grow up playing with coke and puffin on weed if that’s what your suggesting. And
    i’m not sure, but if you are suggesting or stating that Sherri Sheppard having abortions and doing
    wrong in her life was solely the result of her family using the word “nigga”, that i don’t think i
    can help you. But i don’t want to discuss abortions and what she or you feel is wrong about that and
    in life in general, because quite frankly, i don’t care to. But as i’ve said earlier, just because
    you don’t, can’t, and/or won’t use that term in an endearing manner does not make people who do less

    proud or prohibit them from living a “decent, clean and full life”. that statement, as well as
    others (in my opinion) points to your problem with the way you see the world.

    7)”And I don’t want you to feel “talked down to” so I will not breakdown why this is completely
    nonsensical, and how your non-defined definition of nigga pales in comparison to the distinction of
    a color.”

    “But God, Allah, or any higher power did not give us a word book by which we follow…”

    “Using filthy words destroys your spirit, and no matter what language you speak or what spin or
    slang you give a word, one word can only have one meaning! The Bible says so!”

    wow, what a way to close out your post (that is sarcasm!!).

    First and foremost, i respect your opinion and belief, and i’m not trying to disrespect your faith
    or anything of the nature, honesty and truly. I don’t play with that and never joke about that,
    especially with people i don’t know.

    With that being said, first of all i hope i’ve clearly defined for you my definition of “nigga”
    (which is a way of saying friend, patna, homie, etc. for me). Secondly, i was trying to state that
    we (you, me and anyone who uses language) often accepts the definitions that society assigns to
    words. the word blue has been assigned a specific color, and you grew up believing that the color we
    know as “blue” is in fact blue. But a person who grows up and everyone from his/her teachers,
    friends, and parents tells him that what we know as “red” is actually “blue”, will believe that the
    word “red” represents the color we call as “blue”. Meaning, we were not born with the knowledge of
    what any and every word in the english (or any other language) means. This is what we learn, but who
    is to say what we are taught is correct? but this all relates back to the fact I feel we as people
    can’t ever “know” anything to be an absolute fact.

    But moving forward, your quoting the bible is respected, and it’s great that you can pull out quotes
    and all, but I personally (nor can you for that matter) tell me with absolute certainty that the
    words, stories, and scriptures in the bible are from God’s lips. But i really don’t want to bring
    your faith or mine into this to that degree, so i will just prove my point with your own statement.
    “one word can only have one meaning”.

    here are some examples that disprove that statement, whether the bible or you says so.

    light- “I turned on the light to see better” or “the feather was very light”
    trip- “be careful, you could trip and fall” or “i’m going on a trip to oakland”
    show- “i went to a show last night” or “Clif sure did show Tanya that she was wrong!”

    Tanya, these are called homonyms. Maybe you should attend a grammar school again?

    And you define the word “nigga” as filthy, but your definition does not reign supreme (if you didn’t know). I believe i have answered all of your questions and hopefully you can take the knowledge i have given you and become a better person. If you want to continue, please read this post, and base your questions from my answers and thinks you weren’t clear about, because i can’t continue going all over the place with this debate, it reminds me too much of Faux News.

  8. Cézsar - July 25, 2008 2:09 am

    “Using filthy words destroys your spirit” – Tanya (aka MrsPickron)

    “But now you must rid yourselves of all such things as these: anger, rage, malice, slander, and filthy language from your lips.” – Tanya (aka MrsPickron)

    “Ah, Sovereign LORD, I said, I do not know how to speak; I am only a child.” – Tanya (aka MrsPickron)

    ^Ah, you listened to my advice…I see you are back to doing self-portraits. Hahaha! You make this too easy. Just read all of your posts on this entire blog – with your quotes above in mind – and witness a child throwing a permanent temper tantrum.

    Your masochistic proclivities keep you exposing yourself like this, and I’m sure you dont even realise when you are doing it. I think it is safe to summise that you, young lady, are in a state of permanent self-sabotage. Anyway keep those self-portraits coming…I must say they are a joy to read :-)

    “Come, let us go down and confuse their language so they will not understand each other.” – Tanya (aka MrsPickron)

    ^What a poor mission statement to have in life young lady. But it certainly explains the amount of time and energy you invest in exposing your inner confusion on this blog. Talk about labouring in vain lol! It is quite entertaining though, keep it up :-)

  9. Tanya - July 25, 2008 5:34 am

    Clif,

    LORD Help you!

    “-Yes i did, as in the article that was published about me graduating from a College…you know, higher education. Look up the word intelligence in the dictionary if you are unaware of it’s meaning.”

    Darling, having a degree does NOT prove intelligence (as you have clearly exhibited). Intelligence is the ability to understand; that which you have failed. Intelligence is also defined as “the ability to use language” (spelling/grammar/syntax/context/subtext – all of which you have failed).

    Also, an intelligent person would know the proper usage of “it’s” and “its”. You used it wrong in your statement quoted above! (You only seem to keep proving how unintelligent you are.)

    Maybe you should look up the word intelligent, b/c no dictionary in the world includes “recipient of a degree” in the definition.

    Based on your proven unintelligence (inability to use language), it is no surprise to me that #107 went straight over your head!

    “light- “I turned on the light to see better” or “the feather was very light”
    trip- “be careful, you could trip and fall” or “i’m going on a trip to oakland”
    show- “i went to a show last night” or “Clif sure did show Tanya that she was wrong!”

    Tanya, these are called homonyms. Maybe you should attend a grammar school again?”

    No dear, these are called HOMOGRAPHS!

    But based on your poor grasp of language I really don’t think you are ready for a discussion on how and why homonyms, homographs, homophones, heteronyms, capitonyms or other variants of words (all of which are a relatively new concept) have come about.

    But understand that more original languages like Latin and Aramaic lack these variants (homographs etc.). You are not ready to grasp or discuss Glottology or Glottogony!

    Please understand that it is the Bible that explains that one word can only have one meaning. I accept this to be true, and through logic and extensive study in the Classics, Glottology and Glottogony, I understand this to be true. But you are just not ready for these existential ideals.

    BTW- the only things I was referring to as absolute fact was the personal statements I made about me.

    And oh…

    “I believe i have answered all of your questions and hopefully you can take the knowledge i have given you and become a better person.”

    I can’t even tell you how hard this made me laugh! You need to leave that welfare line in Oakland and hike your way Hollywood! You will fit right in at Comic View, b/c you are pure comedy! And Guess What…..they’ll let you use the word nigga!

  10. Tanya - July 25, 2008 5:39 am

    Cézsar,

    You need a father! I’m sorry nobody loved you!

  11. Cézsar - July 25, 2008 7:19 am

    “Cézsar, I like you!” – Tanya

    “Cézsar we need to meet!” – Tanya

    ^I know one person that has a crush ;-) You gotta clean up your act first though.

  12. Tanya - July 25, 2008 10:34 am

    Cézsar,

    That was waaaaay back when your other personality was dominate!

    And that was ONLY in regards to two specific comments you made that I thought were interesting. (You know damn well I don’t want to meet anyone over the internet, especially someone whose picture I’ve never seen. That was a simple and frivolous expression used to show agreement to two specific comments you made.)

    How about you quote something I said about you recently!

    But honestly, based on the feminine quality of your comments, I wouldn’t be surprised if you were gay!

  13. Clifton Harrison - July 25, 2008 11:45 am

    smh,

    “Darling, having a degree does NOT prove intelligence (as you have clearly exhibited). Intelligence is the ability to understand; that which you have failed. Intelligence is also defined as “the ability to use language” (spelling/grammar/syntax/context/subtext – all of which you have failed).”

    So what you seem to be telling me, is that because i’ve had a handful of spelling errors, that i’ve failed at spelling/grammar/etc.? ok…..

    If i did not have the ability to understand, i don’t think i would have been able to successfully complete my degree at a 4-year college (which i have done and my degree represents that). I didn’t think i had to break down the process and logic of thought for why i have intelligence if i have my degree. It’s clear that you haven’t learned much and still depend on your high school education, and that’s cool, but you have to step up your game if you wanna actually debate or exchange ideas with others in the future. Pointing out grammatical errors and not being able to actually debate the ideas won’t get you far, but then again, i don’t think Burger King is a place where you have intellectual discussions!

    Actually, homograph, (if you look it up) is a word that is written the same, but may or may not be pronounced the same, homonym is a word that IS the same in sound and spelling, but has different meanings. I used homonym because it is a more concrete definition, so that you wouldn’t be able to wiggle your way out of being wrong. I have proved to you that your statement was/is/will always be false!

    “But understand that more original languages like Latin and Aramaic lack these variants ” Are you using Latin, Aramaic muthafucka? No!! we are writing in English.

    “Please understand that it is the Bible that explains that one word can only have one meaning. I accept this to be true, and through logic and extensive study in the Classics, Glottology and Glottogony, I understand this to be true. But you are just not ready for these existential ideals”

    So please answer THIS QUESTION:

    do you not believe the word “light” has two different definitions? One referring to weight, and the other referring illumination?

    Please answer that question….

    “You need to leave that welfare line in Oakland and hike your way Hollywood! You will fit right in at Comic View, b/c you are pure comedy! And Guess What…..they’ll let you use the word nigga!”

    I guess that because i also proved how ignorant you were/are for using stereotypes (about your own people in fact), that you have nothing else to do except continue using them, and that’s cool. I personally have never been on welfare, but if i was, i wouldn’t be ashamed, being that it is put in place for a reason, and not just black people use it (if you didn’t know…)

  14. Clifton Harrison - July 25, 2008 11:47 am

    “But honestly, based on the feminine quality of your comments, I wouldn’t be surprised if you were gay!”

    Cezar, this is when you know you’ve defeated a poser of intelligence! She had nothing left to go on, so she uses this one…how original!

    Tanya is a very sad individual….

  15. Cézsar - July 25, 2008 1:44 pm

    Too right Clif. LMAO! What is this, high school? “You’re gay”? That’s it? This is the intelligence you speak of? Hahaha! How do you ever expect to be taken seriously?

    Young lady look, although you obviously enjoy a good spanking judgjing by the contents of this thread, I’m starting to feel sorry for you now, so I’m going to help you…

    Dont let anger ruin your life. Contrary to what you believe, rhetoric can not conceal anger, it can only ever express it, no matter how sublime. So be cool, be decent, be graceful and earn the title LADY, and be more reasonable and diplomatic and less emotional or pay the real price in your life. That’s the best advice I can give you.

    Endlessly you labour in vain trying to prove your intelligence to everyone on this board as if it means anything to anyone other than yourself. Even if everyone agreed, then what? Huh? Such futility. If you yourself were convinced of it, then you would have nothing to prove in the first place. Remember that.

    Oh and I believe “dominant” is the word you were looking for in post #113 NOT “dominate”. There is a difference.

    Anyway, it’s all love from me…have a good weekend. You too Clif.

  16. Cézsar - July 25, 2008 1:46 pm

    P.S. It’s been fun.

  17. Clifton harrison - July 25, 2008 2:21 pm

    “So be cool, be decent, be graceful and earn the title LADY”

    couldn’t have said it better

  18. Tanya - July 25, 2008 3:05 pm

    Cézsar,

    I have defeated and destroyed you on many levels and on many posts. (And that is very clear to anyone who has understanding.)

    If holding on to those two comments you referenced in #112 is the only bit of love you can latch on to in your life, then so be it! (See how my words still help those who try to reject it!!!)

    (You know your GAY! Blame it on your daddy issues! Only a gay man would be so catty and desperate for revenge that he would jump on a kid’s nuts (a kid that he KNEW was wrong) just to feel like he was validated in some way!!!) I see you! Hi Hater! Don’t be mad that I’m a woman who is smarter than you! (I’m everything you want to be: A WOMAN and SMART; you mentioned your obsession with estrogen levels before.)

    Clif,

    There are people with high school diplomas that can’t READ!!!

    That fact that you benefited from Affirmative Action and they decided to just push you through and give you a degree so they can write a story and say “see we help blacks”, does not make you intelligent, OK!

    Newsflash – it is not breaking news to report that someone has a degree. Millions of people receive degrees every semester! The reason you hit the news is b/c it’s a shocker an ignorant fool like you actually showed up to class! You acquired all of your credits based on attendance boo; that is obvious!

    FYI –

    Homograph – words that share the SAME SPELLING with a DIFFERENT MEANING

    Homonym – words that share the SAME PRONOUCIATION but DIFFERENT SPELLING with a DIFFERENT MEANING

    Homophone – words that share the SAME PRONOUCIATION and have BOTH DIFFERENT SPELLING AND/OR THE SAME SPELLING with a DIFFERENT MEANING

    “light- “I turned on the light to see better” or “the feather was very light”
    trip- “be careful, you could trip and fall” or “i’m going on a trip to oakland”
    show- “i went to a show last night” or “Clif sure did show Tanya that she was wrong!”

    “I used homonym because it is a more concrete definition…”

    No simple child, all of your examples share the SAME SPELLING!!! So they ARE NOT Homonyms! They are HOMOGRAPHS – that’s more concrete!

    If you had an understanding of language you would be able to identify the suffixes – “graph”, “nym”, “phone”, which directly indicate the difference.

    Damn, that degree has done NOTHING for you!

    Check the MLA reference guide. (A competent Communications graduate would know what that is!!!)

    Clif, sorry to brake it to you, but you ARE a Nigger!

  19. Tanya - July 25, 2008 3:07 pm

    Clif,

    “couldn’t have said it better”

    You are right here! There is NOTHING you could say better than ANYONE!

  20. Clifton Harrison - July 25, 2008 3:34 pm

    “That fact that you benefited from Affirmative Action and they decided to just push you through and give you a degree so they can write a story and say “see we help blacks”, does not make you intelligent, OK!

    Newsflash – it is not breaking news to report that someone has a degree. Millions of people receive degrees every semester! The reason you hit the news is b/c it’s a shocker an ignorant fool like you actually showed up to class! You acquired all of your credits based on attendance boo; that is obvious!”

    the fact of the matter is that you are throwing out assumptions, and your personal beliefs (which don’t hold any weight).

    If you would like, you can call contra costa times and verify with the writer, or St. Mary’s College and talk to my professors. I personally know my self worth and my intelligence. I only posted that article because it backs up my statements for being smart, you on the other hand are just an angry ol’ hag.

    “Clif, sorry to brake it to you, but you ARE a Nigger!”

    This comment here is a good representation of the self-hatred you have in your soul. I hope that your faith in God is strong so that he will forgive you of your sins.

  21. Clifton Harrison - July 25, 2008 3:35 pm

    and fyi, homonym, -phone, or -graph, it still proves my fucking point!! That you admitted to….even though you didn’t answer the question i told you to answer!!

    Now go on and get to burger King, i’m sure some customers want those whoppers with cheese on the double!!

  22. Cézsar - July 26, 2008 5:59 am

    “If holding on to those two comments you referenced in #112 is the only bit of love you can latch on to in your life, then so be it!” – Tanya (MrsPickron)

    ^Ah the ugly face of unrequited love. As you mature and become a woman, you’ll come to learn to deal with rejection better. I suppose the reason you’re single is because all men are gay too right? LOL!

    The reason I rejected your advances and the reason you are single is because of your ugly character and you know it. Admit it, you’re going to have to take my advice and clean up your act or stay single…and become another statistic.

    With all your supposed “intelligence” you cant even get a man? LOL! Tut tut tut…that’s not so smart now is it? Hehe. You’re so angry…let it go darling, let it go…for your own sake. Vibrators are no substitute for the real thing you know.

  23. Cézsar - July 26, 2008 12:48 pm

    Oh and MrsPickron, er, Tanya, if you insist on being such a pedantic self-hating Black individual, then at least learn how to spell…so you can hate better:

    “Clif, sorry to ‘brake’ it to you, but you ARE a Nigger!” – Tanya (MrsPickron)

    ^Sorry to “brake” it to him? Just what motor vehicle exactly are you “brake”[ing]to him? LOL! Again I ask you, how do you expect to be taken seriously?

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