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Rated: 13+ · Essay · Comedy · #2163010
I refuse to limit who I dislike.
Reminiscing about an University class in which a student made a comment to the professor meant for me. Nice piece of chicken shit. The comment was made that only a stupid person would think they are not racist, because I had said I do not think I qualify as racist.So, basically, I am stupid to that person. Fine. I'd take that criticism today as I did then: sardonically.

You can piss me off regardless of your gender, race, culture, religion, political views, citizenship, age, body type, or sexuality...but until you do, we are cool.

I am not racist. Racism is too limiting. Everyone is fine from my perspective unless or until they do something that ticks me off. I will not limit my reaction of uh-uh based on some categorical issue. Again, I don't care what race/nationality/religion/gender/sexuality/age/and whatever a person is. If the person ticks me off by being a jerk, I will unabashedly consider the person a jerk. So regardless of who you are, be aware these are the Things that tick me off:
being racist
being sexist
being misogynistic
being greedy
treating the disabled as though they are not allowed accommodation
abusing a child
abusing a spouse of either gender
abusing a parent
abusing a sibling step or otherwise
raping
molesting
banning people from places for some stupid reason like status level or race
bullying
lack of charity
mocking what you don't understand
judging unfairly
claiming to represent a god or gods to discriminate
polluting
offering me decaf coffee

Now, I am sure there is more not included on that list. Many a thing, I am sure can have me thinking a person is a jerk. I am, after all, an equal opportunity hater.
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