Craji Bustu Open Thread

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Mine is Craji Bustu. What’s yours?


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54 Responses to Craji Bustu Open Thread

  1. Klown says:

    Craji Bustu is better than my porn name (Boots Almond)

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      If a black parent wants to radically reduce his son’s chance of getting shot, he should live in a white neighborhood. New York’s crime profile is typical of urban-crime disparities across the country. The per capita shooting rate in predominantly black Brownsville, Brooklyn, is 81 times higher than that of predominantly white and Asian Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, according to the New York Police Department. Blacks in 2012 committed about 75 percent of all shootings in New York, and whites a little over 2 percent, though blacks are 23 percent of the city’s population and whites 35 percent. Blacks are 60 percent of the city’s homicide victims. Their killers? They aren’t white.

      The picture is the same nationally. Black males between the ages of 14 and 24 committed homicide at ten times the rate of white and Hispanic males combined in the same age category in 2008, resulting in a homicide victimization rate nearly as disproportionate. As for interracial crime, black homicide offenders in 2010 had nearly three times the absolute number of white and Hispanic victims as there were black victims of white and Hispanic homicide offenders, despite blacks’ much lower population numbers.

  3. angienc says:

    Heaan Kaath

  4. votermom says:

    Janma Jaman. Kinda cool.

  5. helenk3 says:

    kenhe dophi

    I am watching the movie Invincible the Vince Papale story. now I want a cheesesteak and a soft pretzel.

  6. votermom says:

    I just discovered cross sums (kakuro) because of a free game.
    Strange that I like it as I absolutely hate sudoku.

    Anyway I started playing it on our kindle fire and then my kids stole it. Makes me laugh because on their own I don’t think they would not do a game with numbers in it; but if it means edging Mom out … LOL.

  7. 49erDweet says:

    Metdw Sthol, but someone on FB recently told my daughter I’m “super fly”, whatever that means, so assuming it’s not very nice I probably should stick with that,

  8. votermom says:

    Huma’s mom arrives to comfort her daughter and hopefully beat up her horrible son in law while Sidney Leathers enjoys the spotlight
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2380030/Weiner-Huma-business-relationship-marriage-says-sexting-partner-Sydney-Leathers.html

    • Lulu says:

      Mom needs to throw his ass out into the street. I would. Then I would text him where the moving van is dumping his shit.

    • darraghcmurphy says:

      Oh god. After the first scandal broke huma’s mother and brother were waiting for her in the hotel in Africa (she was traveling with Clinton). Mom and bro coerced her to stand by her man. Her mother is a very observant Muslim. I shudder at the thought. Leave his creepy creepy ass. My husband is 48 like Weiner. I’d have him friggin arrested if he creeped on girls our daughter’s age. Ugh!

  9. Lulu says:

    Cynlu Sttyl. It is obviously Welsh with only one vowel. It means she with one big eye. Or something.

  10. elliesmom says:

    Burro Josom I’ll just drop it and leave.

  11. Klown says:
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      But Obama’s own facts help undermine that: Government grows, the wealthy, the big, and the well-connected pull away, and the rest of us struggle.

      One reason: Obamanomics leans heavily on trickle-down economics. How does Obama promise to create jobs? With more loan guarantees to sell jumbo jets and more subsidies to make solar panels — taxpayer transfers to the big companies with the best lobbyists, with some crumbs hopefully falling to the working class.

      • 1539days says:

        The other problem is that government just sucks at creating jobs. Some people complain about tax breaks to “the rich” because they reduce tax revenue. Even if it does, wouldn’t more jobs be worth it? That doesn’t matter anyway, because most businesses in the United States would rather get 1,000 less pages of regulation than $1,000 in tax breaks.

    • Lulu says:

      I thought that was the plan. That damned middle class needed punishing.

  12. foxyladi14 says:

    Les and less crumbs falling every day. 😯

  13. Klown says:

    Liberal white guy on CNN tells two black guys what is REALLY wrong with the black community:

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    • 1539days says:

      Those people are morons if they think the city can be bailed out. You can’t bail out the Titanic. What Michigan needs to do is de-incorporate the city, reduce its footprint and sell the abandoned land cheap to anyone who will maintain it.

  19. DandyTIger says:

    Darth Tigda Wesur. Be very afraid.

  20. darraghcmurphy says:

    Murda Wabos.

  21. taw46 says:

    Weita Slben.

  22. driguana says:

    Kolja Ticin, Attorney at Raw.

  23. cynic says:

    Seglo Sustr.

  24. lyn says:

    Nicly Romis.

  25. Anthony says:

    Antru Denew

    My porn name: Woofie de la Mercier

  26. Pips says:

    Rasvi Lahol.

    And I’m not even indian. 🙂

    • Klown says:

      Long time, no see!

      • Pips says:

        But I see you. Just like the NSA! [sardonic laughter]

        Actually, having followed American politics closely and with great interest for more than 4 years, after Obama was reelected I just couldn’t take anymore. Of him. No footage, no pictures, no sound bites, no quotes, not even the mentioning of his name – or I would have gone bunkers. Which meant in order to avoid him I had to more or less avoid American politics.

        The Zimmerman case brought me back – probably read about it here first, but then got caught up in Jeralyn’s brilliant blogging and explaining. Such a sad case in every sense for everyone involved, and such a backlash to the much needed conversation about race. Both sad and scary how the lawyers and PR team behind Trayvon Martin’s parents were able to dictate to the media what and how to report. Not only in the USA but, so it seems, globally. Very discouraging.

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