Tag Archives: Minorities
It’s been far over a century since the civil war, but this General is thinking that we may be headed nose-first into a second one.
Retired US Army Col Kevin Benson currently instructs soldiers at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas’ University of Foreign Military and Cultural Studies but has spent enough time with the Armed Forces to know his way around a battlefield. In a new essay he’s written alongside the University of Kansas’ Dr. Jennifer Weber, Benson implies that the United States could soon be the scene of a bloody uprising that might make way for a new form of government to emerge.
Mass Effect 3 is easily the most popular game of 2012, I haven’t played it, only because I don’t have the patience to deal with all the shooting and obstacles before I get to my sex scenes, but this kid did, and he’s not happy about how the game ended. He’s so unhappy thinks Bioware should be held accountable.
“After reading through the list of promises about the ending of the game they made in their advertising campaign and PR interviews, it was clear that the product we got did not live up to any of those claims,” wrote the poster (who we’re assuming didn’t file it under the name El_Spiko). “This is not somethign [sic] I was happy to do, but after the terrible ending that was in no way the product that had been advertised to me and the lack of any kind of response from Bioware/EA to address this, I felt it was one of my only recourses.”
Native Americans are never rocking the boat. All they seem to be known for is high pregnancy rates and there population still is nominal to say the less. Really, the heritage is only significant when people want money for the government. Well now-a-days they are making a name for themselves by picking off government wives.
[He] and his wife are recovering after they were brutally battered by several Native Americans at a casino on Friday night when the lawmaker tried to break up an argument.
After the event, at around 11:40 p.m., Grisanti and his family said they were celebrating in the lobby bar when he noticed two Native American businessmen swearing at each other during a heated argument.
Grisanti told the Buffalo News he walked over and tried to make peace.
“Guys, guys, guys, this was a great event. You guys are here with dates, and let’s not start a scene,” Grisanti recalled in an interview with the newspaper.