I made a comment today at CH on the post “What To Do When A Woman Switches Gears On You,” dated 21 November 2014:
At which point it was right back to the same old shit. amirite? To wit, this is a question of dichotomy:
Lord of Sociobiology,
Grant me the serenity to next undesirable female behavior I cannot profitably or possibly change,
The courage to rectify female behavior I profitably can,
And the wisdom to know the different grades of women.
I’m just in the CH spirit of Jesus being not black but Semitic and likely tan, and making fishers of wymonz. Ancient Egyptians built the pyramids with their own Caucasian corvee labor, fyi: blacks don’t get the pyramids either.
Heywood Jablome asked for clarification on the last part. I submitted it there, forgetting a closing slash on an HTML tag and using a nasty long video url (oh well). I post it here with those corrections (found what seems to be the same video on regular youtube) since I put in the effort to write it:
Point A (previous post “Where to Find America’s Biggest Pussies”):
“Jesus was black! Ahahaa!”
“He was Semitic.”
Point C: Al Sharpton is an asshole, meaning he said,
White folks was in the caves while we was building empires,” he said. “We built pyramids before Donald Trump even knew what architecture was…We taught philosophy and astrology [sic] and mathematics before Socrates and them Greek homos ever got around to it…Do some cracker come and tell you, ‘Well my mother and father blood go back to the Mayflower,’ you better hold your pocket. That ain’t nothing to be proud of, that means their forefathers was crooks.
I once looked and looked but could not find video of it, but I did see video of it on Hannity a long time ago. (I do NOT endorse Hannity.)
Ancient Egyptians were Caucasians = tanned whites. Will Durant said so in Story of Civilization, Vol. 1, don’t have page #. Now blacks were used to mine gold at Nubia and salt in Sahara, very inhumane conditions to be sure.
Truth of building pyramids with white Egyptian (corvee?) labor:
This notion of a vast slave class in Egypt originated in Judeo-Christian tradition and has been popularized by Hollywood productions like Cecil B. De Mille’s The Ten Commandments, in which a captive people labor in the scorching sun beneath the whips of pharaoh’s overseers. But graffiti from inside the Giza monuments themselves have long suggested something very different.
Hawass said the builders came from poor Egyptian families from the north and the south, and were respected for their work — so much so that those who died during construction were bestowed the honor of being buried in the tombs near the sacred pyramids of their pharaohs.
P.S. Show some love if you guys liked this answer. I can not convey what I think is profound into your mind for much less effort. Have a nice weekend, as the worlds most interesting man.
And that was the comment I tried to post, obviously too involved. Lesson learned.
—‘Reality’ Doug, 21 November 2014