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Everyone needs to work..even a "cornball Brotha" like Parker. Shadow League? Sounds like something out of Dark Knight.
1 year, 11 months ago on Rob Parker has found work again | February | 2013
Skip is a sad little man. Always dreaming of things he can never have and taking credit for things he can never do.
1 year, 11 months ago on Of course First Take credits Skip Bayless for Joe Flacco's Super Bowl MVP | February | 2013
@JamesKilkenny Some people have taken my point in the opposite direction from my intention. They are misreading the message. This is not La La land we live in; let's be real. True change comes from within; as long as each culture holds on to its own accepted differences and perceptions of what that means to be of that culture, particles of that racism will continue. Parker is proof of that; he was saying things he believed to be relevant to his racial perception. Simple as that.
2 years ago on Video: Rob Parker digs a deeper hole with first interview since RGIII controversy
@njsackman Call it what you want, they are just labels to disguise the fact that this type of thinking still exists. The point that is being made that as long as they do; so will racism. Each culture must check within themselves first. Not that hard to understand, is it?
@E52 @JohnMartin4 We all have similar human experiences due our humanity but if you want to ignore the cultural or racial differences that still exist, that's up to you. What I stated is that until the racial ideology perpetuated by each individual race still exist, so will the real racism. I have no interest in trying to relate or understand each racial idiosyncrasy. You've got your own and I have mine that is the way of the world today. All Parker was saying, right or wrong, was RG3 appeared to be denying his.
What is shocking, is that people are shocked. Rob Parker didn't say anything that a lot of African Americans don't already think and believe. It sounds offensive to our ears because we can't relate to the black experience. The racism that partly exists in our world is perpetuated because of the cultural beliefs and experience of each individual race, whether Hispanic, Asian, Black and the like. When this part of race ideology vanishes so will a lot of the issues related to racism in our society.