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I am a White Cop, and I hate nig.....
Black Kid in an Aquarium.
Police Brutality at its Best.
Prejudiced: pre-ju-diced Noun
1. an unfavorable opinion or feeling formed beforehand or without knowledge, thought, or reason.
2. any preconceived opinion or feeling, either favorable or unfavorable.
3. unreasonable feelings, opinions, or attitudes, especially of a hostile nature, regarding a racial, religious, or national group.
You Just got Mirandized.
If you are too weak minded to read someone's opinion without being a whiny chump, read no further. This pithy article contains vulgarities and words that should not be used by someone in my area of work. I need to say it!
As the title would indicate, there is something I dislike extremely. I do the best I can and try with all of my being not to say something, the time is nigh....and damn it I'm saying it and will have no regrets! Unless my boss reads this.....
"I am a White Cop and I hate night shift"! For starters you only see daylight for about an hour a day and then you sleep all day...If your lucky. When you wake up at 6 PM, nobody is serving biscuits and the coffee is about 9 hours old. When you finally make it to your off days. The first off day, you have a choice to make; stay up all day miserably sleepy, or sleep the day away. Those choices suck in my opinion.
The White Cop Proved You Are Prejudiced
What did you think I meant?
I just proved to you everybody is prejudiced, at least you are anyway. You can't deny it, you saw half of a word that you presumed was a different word, then you saw the picture of the black kid in the aquarium, then you noticed I was a white cop from Alabama and you think everybody in the south is a racist. So, now you have been exposed as prejudiced (See Above Definition, in particular #1 - #3) and to that I say, you are welcome for my eye opening services brought to you straight from the southern U.S. of A.
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