Chamblee54

Fooey

Posted in Poem by chamblee54 on April 23, 2016

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Ridicule Resistant

Posted in Poem by chamblee54 on April 22, 2016

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Purity

Posted in Uncategorized by chamblee54 on April 22, 2016

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Identity Hierarchy

Posted in Poem by chamblee54 on April 21, 2016

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Am I A Racist

Posted in Uncategorized by chamblee54 on April 21, 2016

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@Nero, the fun loving offspring of Mr. Trump, put up a tweet today. It was a silhouette image, with messed up hair. The text below read “You’re racist because you like other races a little too much. You might be suffering …” One commenter said “@Shallchair @Nero Holy shit this quiz is even worse than average. Almost every question is nonsense. Then again, I don’t do a lot of shitty quizzes.”

PG decided to Google am i a racist quiz. If you are interested in the results, read on. If you want to skip over the text, and look at the pictures (from The Library of Congress. ), then PG will be hurt and offended. The pictures are from the the Galveston Bathing Review, 1926.

“Are You A Racist?,” by Quibblo, is apparently the test that @Nero took. “This test is to gauge whether or not you have racist tendencies. Answer truthfully, remember this is private so only you will know your results. There are varying degrees of racism and you should know exactly where you stand.” The Quibblo test is 10 multiple choice questions, like this one: “Out of this list, who do you admire the most ? David Duke, Nelson Mandela, Eminem, My mom or dad, George Bush, Jesus, Buddha, or the prophet Mohammed.” The result for PG: Not Really Racist “You don’t care about race. A person is a person and you judge people based on the individual. You have friends of all kinds of races, but you’ll probably marry your own race. You’re not averse to any particular race though. Suggestion: Live and Let Live Similar Personalities: Sammy Davis Jr., Bill Clinton, Bruce Lee”

“The How Racist Are You Test” is from helloquizzy. “yea it’s finally here. were gonna test you and see just how racist you really are” This is a series of yes/no questions. Some of the statements: “Have you ever met a person of a different race? Is there a certain race you don’t like? Do you think black people naturally have bigger d*icks?, Do you think white people can’t dance?” When PG tried to get the results, the page froze.

“Are You Racist? Quiz” is by ProProfs. “Have you ever thought about the act of racism? Do you ever wonder if you are a racist? This quiz will make you think about this topic more in depth and hopefully you will realize something new about your self that never occurred to you before you took this quiz. The main thing to remember while completing this quiz, is to be as honest as possible!” There are 10 multiple choice questions here. “What is your first reaction when seeing a Caucasian women with an African American child? “Awe he/she is so cute!” “Good for them.” “That child is probably adopted.” “I wonder if the father is in their life.” “She is so trashy!”. When you reach the end, and ask for results, nothing happens. The popup says, “We like you a lot, you can also like us.”

“The Racist Test” is from AllTheTests. “Are you racist? Are you tolerant of those of a different race? Take this test to find out!” This is 10 multiple choice questions. “Are you proud of your race? Oh yes! I am so proud of my race. Not really. Being proud of your race is idiotic. No, I am ashamed! ” The results here were unusual. “For 50 % you are: You are not racist. You believe people are equal. 40 % you are: You are racist, you hate mixed raced people and some races. For 10 % you are: You’re a very racist individual. You hate people who are not of your race and who are mixed raced.”

“How racist are you?” is from GotoQuiz. “Racism is judging someone by their ethnicity, something that is truly wrong and unwanted. Unsurprisingly, most people are against racists. However, there are a few who aren’t… But…are YOU racist? Did it ever cross your mind? Even once? If it did, then take this quiz and see just how racist you really are…you just might be surprised.” There are 13 multiple choice questions. “Do you wear pointy white hats? Yeah all the time, Yes, Sometimes, Rarely, No, NEVER! THAT’S RACIST” This quiz gave, possibly, the most accurate result. “You are 18% Racist… You’re a little bit racist. It’s human nature to be somewhat stereotypic, so for the most part you’re fine. But you could be less racist…. Thanks for taking the quiz. Hopefully you scored low and are not racist. But if you scored high…I strongly suggest you change your ways, because racism is wrong.”

At this point, it should be apparent that these tests are not to be taken seriously. They are flashy clickbait. Most of the answers are the least bad result, rather than the most right. The issues of systemic oppression in law enforcement, jobs, education, and housing are ignored in favor of talk about “pointy white hats.” Race relations are a serious matter, and they are not well served by superficial jibber jabber. The problem is, the overall “dialog” on race in America is just as trashy as these tests. Making insulting jokes about white sheets only goes so far.

Implicit association test is an attempt to be serious. This purportedly scientific test shows a slide show, and the viewer answers questions with the keyboard. Chamblee54 has taken the Implicit Association Test before, and was not impressed.

“The are you a racist Test” is from nerdtests. “this is a test just for fun to se if it is really as you say “what im not a racist” well i say prove it” There are 10 multiple choice questions. “what do you think of fat people- they are cute, why not, piggie piggie piggie, i think they came from uranus or something, they should be drenched wiht their own fat” “do you think of yourself as a rasist- Yes, No, maybe? The results: “For: not a racist 52% scored higher, and 47% scored lower. The average Raw Score is: 60.6, your’s was: 34.” If you understand that, you might be a nerd.

How To Tell If You’re A Racist. A Test. is from medium.com, a well meaning website. It is not an internet quiz, but a think piece. It has a list of statements, like “You don’t know or care what WoC stands for.” “You hide behind the etymology of the word “thug”.” “You remind people slavery is over.” “You bring up Oprah Winfrey in any discussion about the struggle of the black community.” Your score is based on how many of the statements apply to you. If you agree with 5 or more: “Yes. You are a racist. Learn more. Talk less.”

How racist are you? is from pollplace. “This is to see if your really racist or could care less who is black,white Mexican or green.” There are 6 multiple choice questions. “In the NBA there is about 75% more blacks than any other race.What do you feel about that. – Say I don’t know why blacks can’t play any better than whites etc. no way. Say that’s the way it should be blacks are way better. It doesn’t bother you,you are a fan of the NBA regardless. I have love for all NBA players,white,black,etc. Whatever it is,it’s fine with me.” The result: “How racist are you? You are another Martin Luther King Jr. You love everybody for who they are,I’m sure that someone of another race than yours asked for your last dollar you would give it to them.Well would you.”

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Hammer

Posted in Poem by chamblee54 on April 20, 2016

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Hillary And Donald Speak

Posted in Uncategorized by chamblee54 on April 19, 2016

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Daniel Lucas And Kristin Moss

Posted in Uncategorized by chamblee54 on April 19, 2016

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Daniel Anthony Lucas is scheduled to be fatally poisoned by the State of Georgia on April 27, 2016. Mr. Lucas was convicted of the murder of Bryan Moss, Kristin Moss, and Steven Moss. The murders took place April 23, 1998, on Griswoldville Road in Jones County, near Macon. The co-defendant in the case, Brandon Rhode, was executed September 27, 2010.

Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens issed a press advisory about the case. Here is their version of the crime. “(Daniel Anthony) Lucas and Brandon Joseph Rhode burglarized the home of Steven and Gerri Ann Moss twice on April 23, 1998. During the second burglary of the Moss home, 11-year-old Bryan Moss returned home from school. Lucas and Rhode confronted Bryan and forced him to sit in a chair, and then Lucas fired at Bryan with a .25 caliber handgun, inflicting a non-fatal wound to his upper arm and shoulder. Lucas led Bryan to a bedroom where he shot the boy repeatedly with the .25 caliber handgun. In the meantime, Rhode met 15-year-old Kristin Moss as she arrived from school, placed her in a chair, and shot her twice with a .357 caliber handgun. Rhode then shot Steven Moss four times with the .357 caliber handgun as Steven arrived home. Finally, Lucas obtained a .22 caliber handgun from Rhode’s automobile and shot Bryan and Kristin Moss both again. Both Bryan and Kristin as well as their father Steven Moss died as a result of any number of these gunshot wounds inflicted by Lucas.

Several witnesses observed Rhode’s automobile as Lucas and Rhode fled in it from the Mosses’ home. One of these witnesses identified Lucas as the passenger in the automobile. A search of the automobile revealed a recently-used spare tire and damage to both the front and rear bumpers. The damage to the bumpers was shown to be consistent with damage to a propane tank and a cinder block at the Mosses’ home. Expert testimony demonstrated that paint left on the cinder block matched the paint on Rhode’s automobile. Further expert testimony showed that an impression left in the Mosses’ dirt driveway could have been made by the spare tire. “Steven_Kristin_Bryan_Moss-01

The next part of the story is from Appeal from the United States District Court for the Middle District of Georgia “On April 25, 1998, two days after the murders, police questioned Rhode, who told them he was with Lucas on the day of the crime. That night, officers questioned Lucas at the Jones County Sheriff’s Department. Lucas signed a waiver of his Miranda rights and first denied any involvement in the slayings. During a break after about an hour, the officers learned Rhode had implicated his confederate, Lucas, in the murders. When confronted with this fact, Lucas continued to deny shooting anyone or even possessing a gun that night. After still another break, the officers showed Lucas three firearms used in the crime that had been recovered with Rhode’s help. One officer told Lucas that Rhode was “going to be the main witness against” him and “end up putting [him] in the electric chair” if Lucas didn’t tell his side of the story. Lucas said he did not know what to do and asked to see his girlfriend. The two interrogating officers left the room and allowed him to speak with her for about five minutes. When the officers returned around midnight, Lucas told them he wanted to sleep. He was escorted to a cell for the night.

The next morning, April 26, an officer retrieved Lucas and offered him food, drink, and a cigarette. Lucas again was read his Miranda rights and said he was willing to answer questions. One of the officers told Lucas that Rhode had given a videotaped confession, which Lucas asked to see. After watching the tape, Lucas said it was “bull shit” and agreed to tell his side of the story. An officer still again read Lucas his Miranda rights. Lucas said he understood his rights and had not been offered anything or threatened to elicit his statement. Lucas then gave a videotaped confession to the Jones County police around noon. Lucas began by explaining that he took six Xanax pills before burglarizing the Moss home. He explained that, shortly after he and Rhode broke into the home the second time, eleven-year-old Bryan Moss arrived. Lucas walked into the living room, found the little boy sitting in a chair, and shot the boy, though he did not kill him. Lucas took the boy into a bedroom. Rhode then yelled to Lucas that a girl was coming in the house. Rhode then shot her. Lucas also recounted Rhode telling him that her father was coming into the home next. After the father hollered, Lucas said, “we shot him. I don’t know — I didn’t hardly remember hearing the gunshots or nothing.” According to Lucas, “I went in the living room and the man was on the — on the floor and the girl was sitting in the chair and I went back into the bedroom and the little boy was sitting there and I shot him.” Lucas said he returned to the bedroom, shot Bryan again, and then walked out to Rhode’s car to get a .22 caliber handgun. Lucas told police he came back inside and shot the girl, Kristin, who was sitting in a chair after already having been wounded by Rhode. Lucas said he also might have shot the boy, Bryan, with the .22 caliber handgun. Lucas admitted that he knew what he did was wrong and said he was sorry. He offered no reason or explanation for what happened.

Mr. Lucas had a tough life before the murders. “(Kelly Bowden, Lucas’s aunt) Bowden also said that Lucas’s mother began using drugs and alcohol at an early age. By eighteen, Debra was pregnant with Lucas. After Lucas’s birth, his father and Debra drank alcohol excessively, smoked marijuana, used crack cocaine, and took methamphetamines for much of his childhood, often when Lucas was in the house. According to Bowden, substance abuse made it impossible for David and Debra to care for Lucas and his younger sister Lacey. Bowden said that, in addition to abusing drugs in the children’s presence, Lucas’s parents often fought in front of him and his sister…..

Lucas claimed that counsel was ineffective for failing to put forward still more facts about his childhood. Specifically, Lucas submitted an affidavit from Louis Pelt, who grew up with Lucas. Pelt stated that he saw Lucas’s father beat Lucas with a belt and that Lucas’s stepmother Ginger often yelled at Lucas, called him obscene names, and belittled him. Pelt said that “Ginger had strange sexual habits” and on multiple occasions had touched Pelt’s genitalia when he was about fourteen. Lucas also submitted an affidavit from Curtis Stephens, a high-school friend of Lucas’s, who stated he avoided Lucas’s house because of Ginger, “a ‘pill-popper’ who would often say sexual things to [Lucas].” Stephens reported that Ginger would watch Lucas shower and comment on his genitals. Lucas also points to material in defense counsel’s files referencing verbal abuse from Ginger, physical violence Lucas’s father inflicted on Lucas’s mother and her boyfriend, and abuse Lucas’s mother endured at the hands of boyfriends. “

Mr. Lucas was high as a Georgia pine during the killings, and may have been blacked out. Page 26 of the USDC document tells this story: “… Lucas’s monumental substance abuse, which “spiraled out of control” and included: “one gram of crank per day while drinking and popping pills at the same time”; hallucinogenic mushrooms, which he picked trashbags full of and “was constantly eating”; a “tremendous amount of acid,” at times “four to seven hits of acid at a time, when everyone else around him was taking one to two hits” — sometimes he took as many as fourteen acid hits; on a number of occasions, using about an “eight ball” of crack cocaine over a two or three day period; and eventually, Lucas devolving to smoking embalming fluid.”

Before his execution, Brandon Rhode tried to commit suicide. “Rhode tried to kill himself by slitting the side of his neck and both arms. By the time he was discovered, Rhode was unconscious and had lost half the blood in his body; he was revived at the hospital in nearby Griffin…Rhode had concealed the razor blade he used to cut his neck and arms while lying under a blanket, said Joe Drolet, a lawyer for the state attorney general’s office. He was being observed by guards, but they could not see what was happening under the blanket and took action when they saw blood.” (The link for this quote, from the AJC, no longer works.)

Mr. Lucas has put in his request for a last meal. He wants “meat pizza, steak and cheese calzone, a stuffed portobello mushroom, chef salad with ranch and honey mustard dressings and orange juice.” Pictures today are from “The Special Collections and Archives, Georgia State University Library”. UPDATE: Daniel Lucas died at 9:54 pm, April 27, 2016.

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Boxknife

Posted in Uncategorized by chamblee54 on April 18, 2016

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She Will Be His Wife

Posted in Poem by chamblee54 on April 18, 2016

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Anesthetic Sensibility

Posted in Library of Congress, Undogegorized by chamblee54 on April 18, 2016

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@MrChurchGuy Today is National Sibling Day. No it isn’t Yes it is No it isn’t Yes it is No it isn’t Dad! Tell him it’s Sibling Day! Sure, whatever dear. ~ I do that for my blog, and publish the list every monday. ~ @sesquiotic I’m not an anti-authoritarian, though I may seem like one. I’m just anti anyone’s authority other than my own. @chamblee54 authoritarianism is a poorly understood personality factor many who think they are anti a merely use a different authority ‏@sesquiotic I remember years ago there was a slogan, “Lead, follow, or get out of the way.” I just didn’t want to do any of those things. ‏@chamblee54 that sort of Independence is a luxury that many cannot afford @sesquiotic Indeed. I sweat privilege. @chamblee54 maybe instead of check your privilege, you should dry it off ~ Millard Fillmore 1- Best initials of US Presidents. MF had no middle name. 2- Namesake of Rock and Roll Palace. 3- Only Vice President to ascend to Presidency without the zero factor. 4- Signed Fugitive Slave Act, which was going to offend people either way. 5- Punchline for Johnny Carson jokes. 6- Queen Victoria said MF was most handsome man she ever saw. 7- Last Whig Party person to be President. 8- Started first library in White House. 9- First President, former or serving, to visit Atlanta GA ~ @WernerTwertzog When a tree falls in the forest, it does, of course, make a sound, because, you need to realize, it is not all about you. @chamblee54 If a tree falls in an empty forest, does the chain saw make a sound? ~ @nihilist_arbys Every 8 ball is a magic 8 ball if you have keys and you’re in the stall in an Arbys restroom. Enjoy Arbys. Your appetite is probably gone. @querulus Spaghetti. It’s kind of like bread but kind of like worms and the sauce is made from the fruit of a poisonous plant. ~ @WernerTwertzog I stopped shouting “FUBAR” at my actors in late 70s, when someone explained what it meant in American. I thought it meant “excellent!” ~ He says to talk more. There is plenty of talk already. People need to listen more. ~ @cher TRUMP’S SO DISGUSTING,NO WORDS DESCRIBE HIM ‼️MAYBE VISUALS‼️Hair In Soup,Gum Disease,kkk, Maggots,SeaWorld,Pus,Fraking,Vomit,Child Hunger ~ The title does not fit the product. The “scientific way to train” is crowded into the last three paragraphs, and basically comes down to “be an ally”. Most of the article was regurgitation of every race piece written by a self loathing sjw. ~ @byyourlogic ~ There is very little practical methods for “training white people how not to be racist.” Instead, you have nonsense like this: “As the longtime racial majority in the US, white people experience little, if any, race-based stress. When it is experienced, it’s usually only temporary, superficial, and/or by choice.” ~ KimKierkegaardashian ‏@KimKierkegaard Bronze is so pretty & def one of my favorite tones. Its dull gleam reminds us to rejoice even while we suffer. ~ @DailyRobbins …An aesthetic sensibility is both more authentic and more commendable than a political or religious one. ‏@chamblee54 an anesthetic sensibility. artificially induced and temporary, is an antidote to politic, religion, scalpel happy surgeons ~ This reminds me of that internet group “Never had sex with a goat” I once joined. It was really dull but I thought that quitting would seem suspicious. ~ Politicians have been accurately referred to as whores for a long time. They accept legal bribes, under the guise of campaign contributions, in exchange for services rendered. Sex workers have good reason to be offended by the comparison. ~ User opted out of platform: The action attempted is disallowed, because the user has opted out of Facebook platform. ~ Facebook has suggested, “based on posts you commented on,” that I search for Anderson Cooper. The last comment I made was in a discussion of Presidential candidate penis size. “Hillary’s is the biggest of all.” ~ This is from a current TED talk. The speaker is the copy editor, aka comma queen at the New Yorker. She was talking about singular their. Finally, there was a sticky grammar and usage issue in which the pronoun has to have the same grammatical number as its antecedent. “Their” is plural and “everyone,” its antecedent, is singular. You would never say, “Everyone were there.” Everyone was there. Everyone is here. But people say things like, “Everyone held their breath” all the time. To give it legitimacy, copy editors call it “the singular ‘their,'” as if calling it singular makes it no longer plural. It is my job when I see it in print to do my best to eliminate it. I couldn’t make it, “Everyone held her breath,” or “Everyone held his breath,” or “Everyone held his or her breath.” Whatever I suggested had to blend in. I asked, through the editor, if the author would consider changing it to “All in the vicinity held their breath,” because “all” is plural. Nope. I tried again: “All those present held their breath?” I thought this sounded vaguely judicial. But the editor pointed out that we could not have “present” and “presence” in the same sentence. When the final proof came back, the author had accepted “as” for “like,” and “miked” for “mic’ed.” But on “Everyone held their breath,” he stood his ground. Two out of three isn’t bad. ~ Bitch Ass Bullshit @foofoofag Mexican Intersectional Feminist. Dadi/Papi. Gendervoid Cyborgkin Demiqueer. ~ Ling Ling quit playing with your food ~ 1- @InNogodWeTrust @chescaleigh can dish it out but she cannot take it This is the last tweet I sent her before I got blocked. 2 – @InNogodWeTrust when you say the n-word you demean yourself it is in your best interest not to use it ~ @joshuafoust I dunno. I think Bernie Sanders would come off better if he smiled more and wasn’t so shrill. And didn’t seem to ruthless and ambitious. @chamblee54 BS comes across as a 66.6% jerk of course, this is compared to HRC , DJT, REC, who are off the scale ~ I got 90. This means I am good at guessing the correct multiple choice option. ~ Lilburn Wal-Mart worker killed trying to stop suspected shoplifter ~ Walmart Security Officer Shot and Killed in Lilburn ~ The scientific way to train white people to stop being racist ~ America has locked up so many black people it has warped our sense of reality ~ your objection is duly noted ~ THE WORST PART OF BUZZFEED’S SHOCKINGLY SELF-LOATHING “27 QUESTIONS BLACK PEOPLE HAVE FOR BLACK PEOPLE” ~ Answer 27 questions ~ tennis ~ sjw list ~ QUIZ: Can You Pass Literature 101? ~ Adolph Reed: Identity Politics Is Neoliberalism ~ From Jenner to Dolezal: One Trans Good, the Other Not So Much ~ pictures today are from The Library of Congress. ~ selah

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Hank Bukowski

Posted in Poem by chamblee54 on April 17, 2016

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