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#27 - God damnit Carlos 02/06/2014 on The Hangover +2
#97588 - Sexy Voice 01/29/2014 on TINDER DATE WITH ADMIN 0
#426 - I digressed a bit, sorry 12/02/2013 on Not Racist, Just Saying 0
#419 - Ok, its "easier" for them to get into college, yes t…  [+] (2 new replies) 12/02/2013 on Not Racist, Just Saying 0
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#448 - thewhitezombie (12/02/2013) [-]
Also don't start off with "Currently, Im ignorant as to how these grants actually work, but..." and then start talking like you do know how it works. And as for "You still have to earn it"... "working" for a C average is not the same as working to get on honor roll-only scholarships.
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#447 - thewhitezombie (12/02/2013) [-]
There is no bottom line for white people. I.E. you can have zero white people at a college and there are no penalties. There is no maximum number of minority students in a college. So once they are maxed out on white kids, they have to fill in the rest with minority students, even if none of the applicants are qualified. Otherwise they face sever penalties such as no federal funding, and being ineligible for research grants.

The difference is that if a poor white student is turned down by a merit scholarship, he doesn't have any alternative. If a black student is turned down, he has hundreds of options to apply for more grants, but if a white person were offered that same exclusive opportunity, it would be illegal racial discrimination.
#409 - Correct me if im wrong, but in order to get those grants, you …  [+] (5 new replies) 12/02/2013 on Not Racist, Just Saying 0
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#410 - thewhitezombie (12/02/2013) [-]
No. A few of them are, but most of them are available to anyone with mediocre grades. I.E. "C student"

Actually getting into colleges is also easier because they have racial quotas they need to meet and so the bar to get in is lowered for minorities.
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#426 - pedobubblegum (12/02/2013) [-]
I digressed a bit, sorry
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#419 - pedobubblegum (12/02/2013) [-]
Ok, its "easier" for them to get into college, yes there is are quotas that have to be filled, but think about it, the quotas are typically lower than 40% and TYPICALLY the white percentage at those schools are higher than 60% What's harder? Competing for the 60% spots, or competing for the 40%? You are making it seem that black people can just get accepted into a college and get money because of their race, when its simply not true. You still have to earn it, and work for it. whats the point of receiving a grant if you cant use it right? I know this from experience. Being a African American male, and more than likely not being able to get into the college of my dreams because of bad decisions my freshman and sophomore year. Also, from what you say, you are right, black people can get scholar ships because of their race, but does it really matter? There are plenty of other grant options that you can apply for, if you earn it, you earn it, if you don't, you don't.
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#448 - thewhitezombie (12/02/2013) [-]
Also don't start off with "Currently, Im ignorant as to how these grants actually work, but..." and then start talking like you do know how it works. And as for "You still have to earn it"... "working" for a C average is not the same as working to get on honor roll-only scholarships.
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#447 - thewhitezombie (12/02/2013) [-]
There is no bottom line for white people. I.E. you can have zero white people at a college and there are no penalties. There is no maximum number of minority students in a college. So once they are maxed out on white kids, they have to fill in the rest with minority students, even if none of the applicants are qualified. Otherwise they face sever penalties such as no federal funding, and being ineligible for research grants.

The difference is that if a poor white student is turned down by a merit scholarship, he doesn't have any alternative. If a black student is turned down, he has hundreds of options to apply for more grants, but if a white person were offered that same exclusive opportunity, it would be illegal racial discrimination.
#405 - If you would like a reply, read my comment above. 12/02/2013 on Not Racist, Just Saying 0
#404 - Oh I agree on the fact that they should be earned. Everyday in…  [+] (7 new replies) 12/02/2013 on Not Racist, Just Saying 0
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#406 - thewhitezombie (12/02/2013) [-]
There are literally hundreds of organizations like NAACP who offer racially specific grants. A impoverished white student on the honor roll is only eligible for about %40 of the grants that a black C student is.
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#409 - pedobubblegum (12/02/2013) [-]
Correct me if im wrong, but in order to get those grants, you have to be classified as a "Outstanding student". Granted, that could mean anything, but my point is that it still has to be earned, just like anything else.
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#410 - thewhitezombie (12/02/2013) [-]
No. A few of them are, but most of them are available to anyone with mediocre grades. I.E. "C student"

Actually getting into colleges is also easier because they have racial quotas they need to meet and so the bar to get in is lowered for minorities.
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#426 - pedobubblegum (12/02/2013) [-]
I digressed a bit, sorry
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#419 - pedobubblegum (12/02/2013) [-]
Ok, its "easier" for them to get into college, yes there is are quotas that have to be filled, but think about it, the quotas are typically lower than 40% and TYPICALLY the white percentage at those schools are higher than 60% What's harder? Competing for the 60% spots, or competing for the 40%? You are making it seem that black people can just get accepted into a college and get money because of their race, when its simply not true. You still have to earn it, and work for it. whats the point of receiving a grant if you cant use it right? I know this from experience. Being a African American male, and more than likely not being able to get into the college of my dreams because of bad decisions my freshman and sophomore year. Also, from what you say, you are right, black people can get scholar ships because of their race, but does it really matter? There are plenty of other grant options that you can apply for, if you earn it, you earn it, if you don't, you don't.
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#448 - thewhitezombie (12/02/2013) [-]
Also don't start off with "Currently, Im ignorant as to how these grants actually work, but..." and then start talking like you do know how it works. And as for "You still have to earn it"... "working" for a C average is not the same as working to get on honor roll-only scholarships.
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#447 - thewhitezombie (12/02/2013) [-]
There is no bottom line for white people. I.E. you can have zero white people at a college and there are no penalties. There is no maximum number of minority students in a college. So once they are maxed out on white kids, they have to fill in the rest with minority students, even if none of the applicants are qualified. Otherwise they face sever penalties such as no federal funding, and being ineligible for research grants.

The difference is that if a poor white student is turned down by a merit scholarship, he doesn't have any alternative. If a black student is turned down, he has hundreds of options to apply for more grants, but if a white person were offered that same exclusive opportunity, it would be illegal racial discrimination.
#399 - I can agree with you there. Im not sure exactly how it is done… 12/02/2013 on Not Racist, Just Saying 0
#398 - He didn't mention a damn thing about grades.... 12/02/2013 on Not Racist, Just Saying +1
#396 - typically, minorities live more impoverished lives, and cannot…  [+] (11 new replies) 12/02/2013 on Not Racist, Just Saying -1
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#403 - thewhitezombie (12/02/2013) [-]
Right, but the grants should be based solely on the individual's situation, not their race. That is like saying that statistically black people (and minorities in general) are more likely to commit a crime, so they should be profiled and searched. But when that happens, people cry "discrimination". You have to take both the good and the bad, or cry out against both. Statistics are a bitch.
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#404 - pedobubblegum (12/02/2013) [-]
Oh I agree on the fact that they should be earned. Everyday in school, I see people slacking their ass off, and only passing because the teachers are sick of their face and gives them a 70. I don't think people like that should receive anything at all. I just think that if someone shows hard work, even though they are in a poor financial situation, they should be given a grant. In which case true, white people would just be as settable to them as any other race. Currently, Im ignorant as to how these grants actually work, but I doubt its just, "YOU'RE BLACK AND GOT INTO COLLEGE, HERE IS MONEY!!"
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#406 - thewhitezombie (12/02/2013) [-]
There are literally hundreds of organizations like NAACP who offer racially specific grants. A impoverished white student on the honor roll is only eligible for about %40 of the grants that a black C student is.
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#409 - pedobubblegum (12/02/2013) [-]
Correct me if im wrong, but in order to get those grants, you have to be classified as a "Outstanding student". Granted, that could mean anything, but my point is that it still has to be earned, just like anything else.
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#410 - thewhitezombie (12/02/2013) [-]
No. A few of them are, but most of them are available to anyone with mediocre grades. I.E. "C student"

Actually getting into colleges is also easier because they have racial quotas they need to meet and so the bar to get in is lowered for minorities.
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#426 - pedobubblegum (12/02/2013) [-]
I digressed a bit, sorry
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#419 - pedobubblegum (12/02/2013) [-]
Ok, its "easier" for them to get into college, yes there is are quotas that have to be filled, but think about it, the quotas are typically lower than 40% and TYPICALLY the white percentage at those schools are higher than 60% What's harder? Competing for the 60% spots, or competing for the 40%? You are making it seem that black people can just get accepted into a college and get money because of their race, when its simply not true. You still have to earn it, and work for it. whats the point of receiving a grant if you cant use it right? I know this from experience. Being a African American male, and more than likely not being able to get into the college of my dreams because of bad decisions my freshman and sophomore year. Also, from what you say, you are right, black people can get scholar ships because of their race, but does it really matter? There are plenty of other grant options that you can apply for, if you earn it, you earn it, if you don't, you don't.
User avatar
#448 - thewhitezombie (12/02/2013) [-]
Also don't start off with "Currently, Im ignorant as to how these grants actually work, but..." and then start talking like you do know how it works. And as for "You still have to earn it"... "working" for a C average is not the same as working to get on honor roll-only scholarships.
User avatar
#447 - thewhitezombie (12/02/2013) [-]
There is no bottom line for white people. I.E. you can have zero white people at a college and there are no penalties. There is no maximum number of minority students in a college. So once they are maxed out on white kids, they have to fill in the rest with minority students, even if none of the applicants are qualified. Otherwise they face sever penalties such as no federal funding, and being ineligible for research grants.

The difference is that if a poor white student is turned down by a merit scholarship, he doesn't have any alternative. If a black student is turned down, he has hundreds of options to apply for more grants, but if a white person were offered that same exclusive opportunity, it would be illegal racial discrimination.
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#401 - whiteusername (12/02/2013) [-]
Get good grades and get scholarships based on merit, not ethnicity.
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#405 - pedobubblegum (12/02/2013) [-]
If you would like a reply, read my comment above.