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Subj: It's all in the context
Posted: Thu Sep 24, 2009 at 09:27:23 pm EDT (Viewed 579 times)
Reply Subj: Serious Question, Please.
Posted: Thu Sep 24, 2009 at 03:51:37 pm EDT (Viewed 1027 times)

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It's about the "N" word discussed above.

I was just curious what it DOES mean to say, a black comedian who uses the word? I know what it means when a white person uses it towards a black person, but what, exactly, does it mean when it's used black-on-black?

I'm NOT trying to start a flame war of any sort here, nor am I trying to be offensive in the least. I'm sorry if this post offends ANYONE in the least. I'm just honestly curious.


Black on Black violence tells us that they use it as a hate term against each other at the same time they manage to make it a term of endearment. The accent seems to change the definition of the word.




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