+13Can i just say without offending anyone (And if i do tell me in the comments, id love to chat) that this whole black lives matter and white lives matter sh*t is stupid. Like everyones lives matter. And quite frankly i think that people need to start seeing that its not only black people who get killed by cops. White people get killed too. It doesn't matter if you black or white, if your trying to shoot someone, a cop is going to try to shoot you back. He/She is protecting others. Because its his/her damn job. So if you wanna stop seeing white or black people getting killed, stop doing things that will cause such events. Tell me your opinions in the comments.
+451Sure America, Obama may be our first black president, but he is also our 44th white president. amirite?
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+416Being white is great, I could get into a time machine and literally go to any year I want and it would be awesome, black people cant do that, Amirite?
+7SODAHEAD LOST but FRIENDS NOT FORGOTTEN This has been on my mind for the last two years now since Sodahead indiscriminately and without prior notice banned us from our internet home called Sodahead Many of us were shocked and dumbfounded to find out that we could no longer log into our Sodahead profiles and were also unable to contact our friends since our access to Sodahead had been abruptly and without prior notification terminated! This also kept us from retrieving any of our Sodahead mail or any of our content which for many of us was extensive. Many of us practically lived on Sodahead and it was a daily part of our lives. So for us to be stripped of our home on the web was akin to becoming homeless as many of us had no other social websites to go to. And even if we did have other websites, Sodahead for many of us was home base and a place where we had made many close friends with whom we had shared many common interests and experiences in life. Now, nearly two years later since our departure from Sodahead in June of 2015, many of us are still searching for our lost friends. It's though an avalanche had occurred and buried our friends alive never to be seen or heard from again. I suppose many of us went through a period of disbelief, then anger, and finally grief and resignation. For each of us we would experience these feelings, some to a greater extent and others to a lesser extent, but nonetheless it was still traumatic. So now we come to the point and the reason why I posted this. Many of us have been searching in vain for our lost Sodahead friends and it is disheartening to say the least. I know everyone here at Amirite who were former Sodahead friends are trying to start over and make the best of it but it's still not the same, and I know because some of you have made comments to me today in this regard. But please take heart <3 I do believe that we still have the opportunity to find our old friends and rekindle our lost Sodahead friensdships once thought lost forever. This will take dedication and team work to make it happen because we need to work as a united team so we will have a much greater chance of locating our old friends. Please make your comments and suggestions here. God Bless, Red White and Blue More
+407The fact that white people can't say the N word, but black people can, is racism in itself, amirite?
0Sexual orientation is a spectrum. Straight, gay, bi, lesbian do not cover the bases. Sexuality is a scale that can change throughout life because of new discoveries about yourself and others or because of new experiences. Very few people fall strictly under one label. Most people have a sexuality that falls somewhere in the grey zone leaning stronger to either black or white but most people's sexuality is not strictly black or white.
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+12given the chance to choose your own skin color, you would choose to be white, amirite?
+1,043You aren't immune to being racist if you're black. Just today I heard a girl say "I hate white people". That's still racist, amirite?
+172There WAS a clear distinction between right and wrong. It was black and white. Popular culture, over the years, has constantly blurred that line, throwing in 'who cares?' grenades and popping off, 'its not hurting anyone' bullets until the line has become a disgusting puddle of gray with the black and white edges slowly drowning. amirite?