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    There a point behind the picture or did you just like the picture?
     
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    Its Michael Steele attempting to appeal to the Hip-Hoppers....



    Its also funny to look at....
     
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    Got proof of that, sounds like it might be worth a laugh...
     
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    I don't like the expression "what's up dog?". I recently held a door for an early 20's kid and he said, "thanks dog"

    Every generation has their expressions and we only like the ones that come from our generation. The most enduring of them all is "man", followed closely by "dude".
     
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    Could be worse...at least it wasn't the n-word that my generation uses. Every gangsta, wannabe gangsta, and every wannabe period used it and every one made my skin crawl.
     
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    I don't see why anyone uses the N-word...no matter what color one is. So are you saying your white gangsta wanna-be buddies call each other the n-word? That's REALLY messed up.

    I have a very good female friend who is black who every now and then uses the word. But she'll do it mostly to get under my skin.
     
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    The proper terminology is, I believe, "What up, dawg?", not "What's up, dog?"

    Please use correct usage of street vernacular or the Language Czar may have to pay you a visit (!!).



    America now has more "Czars" than Russia ever had!!! :eek:
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    Yes...including my own brother. It replaced dude and dog and bro, it's been entrenched in the urban youths for over a decade to the point where you can't go down the street in a city without hearing that word spoken by anyone under 25 or 30..
     
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    Holy sh!t
    Where do you live?

    I hear it once in a while, but not a lot.
     
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    Lived Chelsea, MA.

    Can't walk down Broadway in Chelsea without hearing that word being flung among the learned youths of our fine schools :rolleyes:
     

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