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Offline Bison66

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Re: What kind of threads are being penalized?
« Reply #60 on: October 02, 2019, 12:34:47 PM »
I so rarely visit the Gen Forum, I am seeing this thread for the first time.

When I saw the OP, I had to  :lmao:   :lmao: that it was coming from the person who recently started a thread with a negative comment about Bantus!!!

Donation coming.


Theres a lot of things to notice if one would stop reporting posts he doesnt like. :shrug:

Those people can't handle those who aren't lockstep with democrats.

Hateful comments about African/Black folks have NOTHING to do with that.

I've never reported a post by you, y04, no matter how stupid or blatantly false it was. 

Of course, in recent times, you so rarely have the courage to state an opinion, there would be nothing to report unless you posted something from StormFront like Olds..t.



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