Call of duty
*Dad not included
@ILoveKnawedge, looks burnt and smells burnt. I like it.
@ILoveKnawedge, Thats DLC
@Angelsupreme, nah, it’s more like Half Life 3. Ain’t ever gonna show up
Lol because black people abuse welfare, unlike hard working white people who would never do that
@Formless, white people are too busy being successful and keeping their families together
@Formless, while true black people do abuse the welfare system with no sympathy, there are still more white people on welfare than blacks
@BraimXFuego, I think that's even true as a percentage, and there is a strong tendency among both groups that its not that they think they are abusing it, but that they somehow deserve it
@BraimXFuego, ah it’s our old friend, the No True Scotsman
@BraimXFuego, as percentage of population? Legit question
@Formless, my (white, Uber conservative) father in law spent st least two years collecting unemployment and doing everything he could to work the system so he could stay on it and not work after he got laid off from his previous job. All the while, he complained about all the [black people] in line at the agency, “sucking the government’s teat”.
@Berntley, you must not know the difference between unemployment and welfare. Go ask your dad.
@Berntley, Welfare isn't unemployment.
@Autismo, I’m aware. I’m commenting more on the mentality attached, regardless. He was receiving the same thing that they were, but still complaining about their abuse of the system.
@Berntley, "Unemployment benefits, on the other hand, are paid out of a fund into which your former employer contributed when you were working. The source of unemployment benefits is your prior employer's contributions to that fund" Not the same as welfare which uses tax payer funded money, for example I'm not paying into your dad's unemployment, I am paying for someone on welfare who is abusing the system. Both are abusing the system, but in the case of your father he is only hurting the company for which he worked, and also unemployment doesn't last forever.
@Autismo, father in law. And fair enough. I know that unemployment essentially amounts to a legal settlement of sorts, but also has certain requirements to stay on it, as far as applying for jobs and whatnot, and he would talk about intentionally bombing interviews so he could stay on it. Honestly, though, what is even considered welfare these days? Is it a general term for all state funded benefits (Medicaid, food stamps, etc...) or only cash benefits like TANF? Because I work in mental health, and a lot of my clients receive benefits, but not just straight up cash from the state.
@Berntley, I would consider it any funds used to bump up lower class citizen's to a middle class, like Medicaid and food stamps, not necessarily things that help people who can't help themselves, technically it's all "welfare" but that's what I'm specifically talking about.
@Formless, white people just took at the money from black people to continue the class gap and further give us a police state which enforces racism practices. Why can we just hate everyone? Why can't we hang up on the Zionist Jew threat that will control banks and media within 5 years?
@Autismo, Well, just to be clear, medicaid and food stamps don’t really elevate someone from lower to middle class, unless your definition of lower class is homeless or institutionalized, and your definition of middle class is impoverished, living paycheck to paycheck. There are instances where these systems get taken advantage of (and yes, I put a stop to it where I can), but not nearly to the extent that its showcased by the media, nor to justify how much the programs have been gutted. I have people living on $900 a month who get $16 in food stamps. Medicaid is a fantastic resource for those who have no other options. It’s literally saved lives for many of my clients.
@Berntley, I said thats the purpose of those programs, never said they actually work.
@Autismo, Fair enough. Just thought I’d share the extent of my experience with these systems. Like I said, a lot of the rhetoric likes to make it seem like people are just living it up on public assistance programs, whether they’re taking advantage of it or fully meeting qualifications, when that’s really so far from the truth. I appreciate the discussion.
Some poor white person made this.. Guess they got tired of molesting their daughter for the day..
@lolli14, daaayyuuumm hella salty bruh
@lolli14, you must be black and fatherless to make that comment.
@lolli14, want some salt for those cries?
Probably better than the game
Now let's play... "IS IT RACIST?" !!!!
@ptitty1231, this would be the quickest installment of the game ever.