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was Kobe trying to say Clarkson was playing like a ******* like a half-asian guy?


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 04, 2016 12:58 pm
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roy hibbett is a new laker this year, via a trade from indiana. he is from the Carribean;
he often injects Carribean slangs / colloquialisms into conversations.
    he often refers to / describes fellow ballers as either light-skinned one or dark-skinned one,
    kinda like American slaves refers to / describe fellow slaves as
    either "house nig**" or"field nig**"
other lakers have blended Hibbert's Carribean slangs into their conversations. they describe
Laker rookie Larry Nance Jr. (the offspring of former NBAer Larry Nance and a white woman) who plays with high energy & aggression, as a light-skinned one who plays like a dark-skinned one.





fwiw,
    hibbetts refers to GS's dynamic duo of Curry and Thompson as the 2 light-skinned guards.


    on LA talk radio,
      thompson's dad, current Laker radio analyst and a former #1 overall pick by the NBA, took issue w Clarkson/Kobe's assertion, as some of the greatest dunker in the game are light-skinned ones;
        Zach Levine, Blake Griffin, etc.


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 04, 2016 2:35 pm
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"house ******" and "field ******" have nothing to do with the Caribbean you ****** Moranus

those are AMERICAN SLAVE terms. also known as the brown paper bag test.

the idea is that SLAVEOWNERS brought their mixed raced kids into the house to work as butlers and nannies, while keeping the other blacks working backbreaking labor in the fields


are you a ****** IMBECILE. first of all you can't even spell "Caribbean" second you realize that what distinguishes most of those CARIBBEAN colonies from the US are the CASTE SYSTEM??? which both distinguishes them from and also reinforced American "one drop" rules that led to those terms you mention

those colonies had the following categories 1)white 2)mixed 3)african. on the other hand the American South had 1)white 2)black. American slaveowners went to great lengths to erect artificial barriers denying that these humans were not black or white but something in between. the POINT of "house ******" is that they are still ******: they might look like halle berry but they are still negroes. THAT is the point of that term. do you even know what the ****** is going on with the terms you throw around? in the Caribbean there were no house ****** they were simply classified as mulatto with rights and social position of of mulattos.

the HISTORY of major Caribbean nations like Haiti is the LARGE FOOTPRINT that MULATTOS played in their development. unlike the US which had plentiful European immigrants, these countries for a variety of political, economic and even health reasons (diseases killing off white colonists) used mixed raced blacks as an established MIDDLE MANAGEMENT CASTE much like Brits used HKers or Indians in their possessions. these people were ESTABLISHED not as black or white but as mixed race. they even were educated in Europe and became celebrities

eventually a lot of these mixed raced Obamas rebelled, lynched the minority whites in places like Haiti and proceeded to propel their country into 2 centuries of living in ****** which persist to this day. American slaveowners SAW this and they redoubled their efforts to erect more protections against race mixing, futher codifying the American 1 drop rule which manifest even years later in things like Jim Crow and colloquialisms like "house ******" and "field ******"

in places like Jamaica where Hibbert's paternal ancestors are from they outlawed slavery like in 1800. THAT is why there are so many Chinese Jamaicans. they brought over cantos as coolies throughout the 19th century to work as slave labor. why the ****** would an AMERICAN SLAVE colloquialism be used in ANOTHER COUNTRY that didn't even have slaves at that point?

obviously the answer is that Hibbert isn't even from the Caribbean you ****** Moranus. he's AFRICAN AMERICAN born in New York City and that's why he's using the AMERICAN TERMS if he actually uses them.

you are a ****** MORANUS like 5x in this one post:

1) decide in the first place to post a bunch of social mumbo jumbo you aren't even familiar with to queerly rationalize some epithet someone spewed. what you type has nothing to do with anything even if you were right in ANY of the claims you make but you go FULL MORANUS by bringing up random ****** of your own volition you are all wrong about

2) can't even correctly spell the place you are talking about, nor can you even manage to list a person in your post from the place you can't spell.

3) you list an American spewing an American epithet that happens to be very deeply interwoven into AMERICAN social legacy and history. then claim it's from somewhere else

4) you don't even know who the LA Lakers are

5) you throw around terms referencing American slavery as if it titillates you characterizing ppl "house ******" and "field ******" but you don't even know even the basics of the terms you throw around like a canto. how the ****** do you think American slave references have to do with the Caribbean? ****** Moranus


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 04, 2016 3:26 pm
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true to his form, the essence of the verbose Tammy resonates
    lots of words put together that, when taken as a whole, say nothing :!:


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 04, 2016 3:59 pm
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Dr. No wrote:
roy hibbett is a new laker this year, via a trade from indiana. he is from the Carribean;
he often injects Carribean slangs / colloquialisms into conversations.
    he often refers to / describes fellow ballers as either light-skinned one or dark-skinned one,
    kinda like American slaves refers to / describe fellow slaves as
    either "house nig**" or"field nig**"
other lakers have blended Hibbert's Carribean slangs into their conversations. they describe
Laker rookie Larry Nance Jr. (the offspring of former NBAer Larry Nance and a white woman) who plays with high energy & aggression, as a light-skinned one who plays like a dark-skinned one.





fwiw,
    hibbetts refers to GS's dynamic duo of Curry and Thompson as the 2 light-skinned guards.


    on LA talk radio,
      thompson's dad, current Laker radio analyst and a former #1 overall pick by the NBA, took issue w Clarkson/Kobe's assertion, as some of the greatest dunker in the game are light-skinned ones;
        Zach Levine, Blake Griffin, etc.


So are you blaming Kobe's racist remark on Roy Hibbert?


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 04, 2016 5:55 pm
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Moranus is blaming Jamaica (a place that didn't even have slavery when the term was invented) via the influence of a teammate who isn't even Jamaican for the usage of an AMERICAN slave reference by an American to denigrate the FILIPINO ancestry of another person

in other words: Moranus.


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 04, 2016 6:17 pm
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PhilNYC wrote:
So are you blaming Kobe's racist remark on Roy Hibbert?
u understand what background info is, no ?

tamerlane wrote:
denigrate the FILIPINO ancestry of another person
:roll:
    hibbetts refers to
      GS's dynamic duo of Curry and Thompson as the 2 light-skinned guards.
      Laker rookie Larry Nance Jr. (the offspring of former NBAer Larry Nance and a white woman) who plays with high energy & aggression, as a light-skinned one who plays like a dark-skinned one.


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 04, 2016 6:22 pm
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Kobe is fcking nuts. Nothing much else to say.


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 05, 2016 7:17 am
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Dr. No wrote:
PhilNYC wrote:
So are you blaming Kobe's racist remark on Roy Hibbert?
u understand what


Yes, I do. It's to provide context. In this context, it appears that you are trying to blame Hibbert for Kobe's racism.


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