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Posted on March 25 at 8:36 a.m.

Ok, with a little math and just looking at the picture, this is a total farse. There are about 73 bags in the photo. If it's 5700 lbs, that means about 78 lbs per bag. I've seen a pound of weed before and there is NO way you could get 78 pounds in one of those bags unless it was compressed and dried into bricks (maybe not even then).

More important, is there is NO way all those bags came out of that panga. Just look at the 2 pictures and it's pretty clear.

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Posted on March 24 at 2:39 p.m.

Ridiculous statement? Not really. And you have yet to disprove the act of censorship. Remember, it doesn't matter that the art students took it down "voluntarily." All that matters is that it was removed based on someone's objection to it.

Keep trying kiddo.

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Posted on March 24 at 2:07 p.m.

You sure as shinola ARE comparing the two when you bring up child porn multiple times in a thread about an art project being censored.

I'm done with this clown.

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Posted on March 24 at 12:52 p.m.

Iammadeofyou - There is no comparing child pornography (which is, in a sense rape, due to it being non-consensual) to a f*cking wooden teepee. You'd be best to stop slinging that argument around because it's bullshit and you know it.

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Posted on March 24 at 12:45 p.m.

Undue process is one thing, censorship is quite another. I think Jarvis may be incorrect about the violation of SBCC protocols, but the gist of everyone's complaints here is the glaring issue of censorship.

Censorship is, by definition, the act of "suppressing parts [of a work of art] deemed objectionable on moral, political, military, or other grounds." Google it if you need -

Therefore, because one student objected, based on moral and political grounds, about the art project that looked like something that some native Americans once built for shelter, the art project was "suppressed" in that it was dismantled. It was, in fact, CENSORED.

There really is no disputing this fact.

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Posted on March 24 at 8:47 a.m.

Child pornography is illegal, building an art project that resembles something that some native Americans once lived in, is not. Try again bub.

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Posted on March 23 at 2:54 p.m.

"Sacjon: That's funny. I got it. Now you've opened up the door to some more racist invective from your fellow cockroaches... who's gonna be the first to take the bait?"

iammadeofyou (anonymous profile)
March 23, 2015 at 1:26 p.m.

WHAT?! How is anything I said inviting racist dialogue? I just put out a possible conspiracy theory for us "cockroaches" to chew on.

And it IS pretty clear that you and urbanite are one and the same. Just like Clark Kent and Superman. But you are more like Fart Spent and Pooperman.

Now THAT was funny!

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Posted on March 23 at 12:28 p.m.

Wow - iammadeofyou and urbanite are pretty darn similar. "First time" ever posting on this site, not offended at first by the teepee but then got angry after reading comments they didn't like....

Is this just urbanite talking to him/herself and trying to draw sympathy? Was that a black helicopter I just saw? What is that bright light and those gangly alien-looking things? Wait, help! Tell my wife I love heeeeerrr....adsfkhjasd f

The aliens got me. Get it?

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Posted on March 23 at 8:56 a.m.

There once was this guy/gal who got online and started bashing everyone who made comments with which he/she didn't agree. Then, he/she just started posting constantly, exactly like the other posters who he/she had just berated for posting so many comments. I thought his/her name was Hip O. Crit, but turned out it was iammadeofyou.

Weird, huh?

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Posted on March 20 at 2:38 p.m.

Yet alcohol, pain killers, and other dangerous intoxicating, yet legal, pharmaceutical drugs continue to destroy lives/families/careers daily and are pushed in our faces at every turn...

The only reason most drugs are illegal is because some politician said so. Remember Prohibition? Remember how it got started? Bunch of religious "temperance" groups lobbying Congress, that's how.

If I can sit down and drink myself to death (within a matter of minutes potentially) but I can NOT smoke myself to death with all the weed in the world, then something ain't right.

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