Negro logic, on display for the world to see, but nobody calls it for what it is: Stupidity.
NBA player Kyrie Irving, believes (seriously), that the world is flat. He announced his belief on a podcast called: Road Trippin.' When I first heard about this I thought it was an NBA player messin' with reporters, as they sometimes do, but he's dead serious. You can hear it here: The flat earth discussion begins around the 17:00 mark and the hosts of the show, while they (seem to) understand the earth is round, basically kiss his ass and won't call him out on his idiocy. Keep in mind when you listen to them talk that “they,” which is liberally sprinkled throughout, means the white man [aka, “the white devils”].
NBA player Draymond Green concurs with Irving's belief: Negroes around the world are voicing their opinions on this and most of them seem to support Mr. Irving, not that they all believe the world is flat but express the opinion that his comments are valid because they are “stimulating discussion” and “making people question their beliefs.”
Oooookay... not to be a wet blanket but shouldn't “questioning beliefs” etc... start with questioning things that fly in the face of unbreakable mathematical, physical, and universal laws of the universe? There's plenty of things you can use as a starting point to start debating “belief systems,” but that the world is “flat” shouldn't be one of them. You'd think any rational, reasonably intelligent human being would understand that, but this is negroes we are talking about and with them, apparently all bets are off. The following link
Of note: Interestingly, at about the 39:00 mark of the Road Trippin' Kyrie Irving interview, a discussion breaks out about the plethora of Hollywood movies that fetishize black victimization and Irving thinks expresses the opinion there's too much of that sort of thing and those movies are actually divisive rather than "uniting". The entire conversation was pretty inane but at that moment it threatened to become interesting and insightful, they couldn't let that happen so quickly moved on to something else. It would have been interesting to see where that discussion could have led. Mr. Irving may not the brightest pencil in the box but he did flash on a moment of insight and honesty there. Too bad it's something that happens so rarely.
Sunday, February 19, 2017 at 12:05:00 P.M. EST
By Grand Rapids Anonymous
Jerry PDX, how did you manage to recover from subjecting yourself to this madness? I can't listen to Colbert and Meyers and their nightly pro-black b.s. for more than a minute. If I did, I might have to start a heroin habit and OD myself. But 40 minutes of black stupidity? Did you lose a bet?
Maybe Irving and Green will start a new school system for blacks so they can teach the “flat earth theory” and many other ideas and subjects blacks can thrive in.
BLACK spelling (“Laquwandra, how u spell yo name?” “n-i-g-g-a.” “Dats right.”)
BLACK vocabulary. (Use axe in a sentence. “I wants to axe you a question.”)
BLACK MATH (“Dontevious, If you have two felonies on yo record, how many more will make you a three-time felon?” “None, I ain't getting’ caught on the next one.” “That is correct.”)
The Irving/Green charter school--coming to a ghetto near you.
Sunday, February 19, 2017 at 10:11:00 P.M. EST
By Jerry PDX
Good question, it's not like I don't have to endure enough negro gibberish on mass transit, at the gym, on the street, and lately even at work. Normally it would be a struggle to listen to 40 minutes of negro idiocy but this flat earth insanity was like a train wreck I couldn't turn away from.
Monday, February 20, 2017 at 12:15:00 A.M. EST