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Steelboy84
03-21-2012, 06:53 PM
What a shame—a tragedy, really— because the dead lil’ gangsta could’ve used “‘A-FIRM-TIV AK-SHUN” to go to kollige an play footballz and make lotsa cash munny!”

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Fast and Furious didn’t work to pass new gun control so now Eric Holder will try the race card.

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No matter how crime figures are massaged by those who want to acknowledge or dispute the existence of a Dirty War, there is nothing ambiguous about what the official statistics portray: for the past 45 years a large segment of bIack America has waged a war of v i o l e n t retribution against white America.

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Zimmerman was attacked by the man and defended himself with a gun. Zimmerman’s wounds were verified by police.

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17 = child. LOL!!!!!!

Let the LIB word games begin.

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Yet the “justice department” refuses to prosecute any voter intimidation that involves a blac k as the intimidator.

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Why should anyone care about this kid? Because he is of color? People don’t value kids period. They are property. BTW, I am a conservative that cares a great deal about kids. We follow hundreds of cases each year, many white babies and children, none of them get attention. But he does??

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Zimmerman felt threatened by Martin’s gang’s actions…this could have possibly lead to these terrible circumstances. Gang violence MUST BE STOPPED OBAMA!

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Blacks can do no wrong, period! That is the DOJ’s excuse for becoming involved. 50+ years of being told they are special and entitled and the gov’t’s only focus is to make it so!!

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In any event, it appears to be a case of one sc u m bag Cuban-type (Zimmerman) offing some scummy b l a ck kid (Trayyy-Vonnnn)…in some trash neighborhood….

but now, because the dead kid’s a kneegrow,we have:

the BIG BAD FBI on this “important” case…and

the usual BLACK-RADICAL-PROTESTERS who can’t mind their own business!

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Gated communities exist because people are afraid….& negros thrive on crime…Look at our prisons.

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Need that too….But Negr0s only have their welfare checks….and in any event can’t follow rules

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What time do the riots start? Gotta get my popcorn and munchies ready for the “hood” burning!

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Funny you never see them rally against the drug dealing murderers that control their neighborhoods. LOL!!!

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How does anyone know what this 17 yr old said, Most likely he threw the race card out ” you stop me because I*M B L ACK” and then became threatning. The media alway plants the seed of doubt when when a B l ac k is sh ot by a caucasian

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maybe his gang brothers incited violence too?

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How’d the kid get into the “gated” community in the first place?

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Them monkeys can jump!

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This is going to be a tough case. gang violence is hard to prosecute. martin’s gang may even want to retaliate. this is scary

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Let’s find out why the “po’ baby” was REALLY there!

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The little thug ghetto monkey should have been home doing his homework, not out gang bangin.

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I’m just glad Zimmerman didnt miss and hit an innocent bystander.

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THIS IS PURE RACIST!! When do you ever see the DOJ investigate the death of a white child??

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This is pure B.S I want to see the kids police record even if something is expounged also why was he removed from facebook it says account terminated.Why because his parents are trying to cover his tracks just like if you hit a bus they see Dollar signs.People have dragged data about Zimmerman out where is the kids past.Don’t say he was a good boy prove it.Ask yourself what is more likely to happen any 17 year old kid when you ask a question.A smartass reply I have never and I mean never seen a teenager run unless he did something wrong.I guess no crinimal has ever cased a place when they went to a store.It takes me aback the way all these facts are quoted by people who read one story on a issue.

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Who says his gang wasn’t hiding near by?

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he could be a good kid, but being in a gang doesn’t help his case

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An unfortunate death, but when will DOJ investigate the death of a Caucsasian?

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Here we go again— a LOCAL law enforcement matter (no federal issues) is being hijacked by the FEDS because the alleged “victim” is bl a c k! We all KNOW this kid was up to no good and now he’s feedin’ worms. Too bad-ha ha ha!

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Last night on CNN Anderson Cooper kept referring to zimmerman as white when he knew he was Hispanic I wonder why

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maybe then the kid was not bIack maybe Hawaiian like tiger woods then we can say s p i c s h o o t s Hawaiian

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This has Bl ack racist Holder and his all bl ack racist “DOJ Civil Rights Div” written all over it.

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Crack Skittles the new disguise

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Skittles actually has a couple slang meanings. Could be referring to recreational usage of Coricidin. Also refers to a male getting lipstick marks from young ladies on the member. Taste the rainbow..

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You think the DOJ or main stream will report zimmerman was Hispanic not White

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That is all it was — just another n i qq er. No loss

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He was slinging crack.

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Is tea and skittles slang for guns and crack.

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Skittles is actually slang for recreational usage of Coricidin.

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This is what happens when you join a gang. kids need to learn from Martin’s mistakes

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They should have a hunting season in Florida for these drug crazed gang members.

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This could have had a tragic outcome. His gun could have jammed. Whew!

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At least he didn’t chain him to the back of his truck?!?!?

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How long will it take to get all of those little blk curly nappys out of the White House bedding so that the next POTUS can sleep without that Creepy Crawly feeling .

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The picture is of an innocent choir boy designed to evoke sympathy for the “victum” and justify the skewed actions of a corrupt department of justice.

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the b!ack community has created a sense of fear with the excessive amounts of cr!me and v!olence and the glamorizing and glorification of cr!mes and v!olence through c rap music (term used lightly) and most are rude, crude, nasty and give others the tough guy BS attitude.You people (term also used lightly) made your beds and now have to lie in them………don’t be angry with us or blame us you did this all on your own.

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Hunting, maybe thinning the herd…

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It is obvious the un-civilized B!ACKS who dwell in the greatist nation on earth have never wanted to be part of the TEAM, they CRY and P!SS and MOAN at every given oportunity about fairness and equality, While lining up for the free ride at welfare.
The United States is cursed with these baboons, Who will never gain the ability to stand up and make it on their own without our help.
They are the eternal retarded stepchild , needfull and helpless until the end of time.

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Now the family of the kid has lost there way out of the ghetto.

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ANOTHER TOOKY WILLIAMS, ABORTED.
GOOD SHOT ZIMMY. lol


http://littlegreenfootballs.com/article/40088_Fox_News_Commenters_React_to_Trayvon_Martin-_Good_Shot_Zimmy/comments/#ctop


Note that this kid was not in a gang and his father lived in this gated community.

Racism doesn't exist anymore. At least that's what FOX and the GOP told me. It's sad how so many in that party are cheering this.

Wallace108
03-21-2012, 08:14 PM
What's really sad is that most of those comments probably were made by liberals. Most of them are so fake it's almost laughable. A good majority of them are a caricature of something a racist might say and were probably made by the same person.

Here's how the game is played: You're a liberal ... you go to a site like Fox News and make lots of racist comments while posing as a Republican. The result: It looks bad on both Republicans and Fox News. And for the record, people on both sides engage in this kind of silly nonsense.

I'm 41 years old, and throughout the course of my life so far, I've met plenty of real racists. And I'd say they were evenly split between Republicans and Democrats.

It's tragic what happened to that young man. Based on what I've seen and read, he was the victim in this case. And the people out there who will knowingly use his death for political purposes are just as evil as any real racist who makes an ignorant comment.

MACH1
03-21-2012, 08:16 PM
:doh:

I don't see this thread going in a good direction.

Steelboy84
03-21-2012, 08:28 PM
What's really sad is that most of those comments probably were made by liberals. Most of them are so fake it's almost laughable. A good majority of them are a caricature of something a racist might say and were probably made by the same person.

Here's how the game is played: You're a liberal ... you go to a site like Fox News and make lots of racist comments while posing as a Republican. The result: It looks bad on both Republicans and Fox News. And for the record, people on both sides engage in this kind of silly nonsense.

I'm 41 years old, and throughout the course of my life so far, I've met plenty of real racists. And I'd say they were evenly split between Republicans and Democrats.

It's tragic what happened to that young man. Based on what I've seen and read, he was the victim in this case. And the people out there who will knowingly use his death for political purposes are just as evil as any real racist who makes an ignorant comment.


If you tell yourself that enough, you might even convince yourself.

Wallace108
03-21-2012, 08:31 PM
If you tell yourself that enough, you might even convince yourself.

Quite honestly, I didn't expect you to reply with an intelligent rebuttal. Thanks for not disappointing me. :drink:

Steelboy84
03-21-2012, 08:35 PM
Quite honestly, I didn't expect you to reply with an intelligent rebuttal. Thanks for not disappointing me. :drink:



And your "liberal" comment was intelligent? lol

Talk about a stretch.

The fact that you defend this speaks volumes, then again, you never disappoint. :thumbsup:

Wallace108
03-21-2012, 08:53 PM
And your "liberal" comment was intelligent? lol

Talk about a stretch.

The fact that you defend this speaks volumes, then again, you never disappoint. :thumbsup:

Look, bro, you and I had some harsh words for each other in another thread. I tried several times to engage you in a respectful discussion, but you insisted on sniping with one- or two-sentence insults at me rather than having an actual debate. But I suspect you don't want to debate or discuss anything. You just wanna insult people who have opposing views. If you want to have a respectful discussion, I'd be more than happy to. Or if you prefer to get into a verbal slap fight, I can do that as well. The choice is yours. :drink:

I'll open up with this ... Do you believe that every comment on a website is a real representation of someone's view? You don't believe that people engage in false-flag operations, wherein they post in the comment section of websites trying to make "the other side" look bad?

Steelboy84
03-21-2012, 09:05 PM
Look, bro, you and I had some harsh words for each other in another thread. I tried several times to engage you in a respectful discussion, but you insisted on sniping with one- or two-sentence insults at me rather than having an actual debate. But I suspect you don't want to debate or discuss anything. You just wanna insult people who have opposing views. If you want to have a respectful discussion, I'd be more than happy to. Or if you prefer to get into a verbal slap fight, I can do that as well. The choice is yours. :drink:


Verbal slap fight, lol, that's funny. On the internet no less. I'd expect more from the 40 plus crowd, but hey, it is what it is. I'll have sympathy for the kid and you just go right on defending trash. :drink:

harrison'samonster
03-21-2012, 09:18 PM
My boss (who is extremely conservative) and I were talking about this today, and both of us agreed that it is such a shame this young man was killed. This was a tragedy. People on both sides believe that this is a tragedy.

And while I agree that both sides engage in fraudulent tactics, I don't know how you can pass this off as just liberals trying to make conservatives look bad. I've been around people who would agree with most of those comments, these people do exist. But I'll admit both republicans and democrats say things like this.

Wallace108
03-21-2012, 09:20 PM
Verbal slap fight, lol, that's funny. On the internet no less. I'd expect more from the 40 plus crowd, but hey, it is what it is. I'll have sympathy for the kid and you just go right on defending trash. :drink:

Yeah, that's kinda what I thought. Why don't you do everyone a favor and just take yourself back to the kiddie table.

Wallace108
03-21-2012, 09:31 PM
My boss (who is extremely conservative) and I were talking about this today, and both of us agreed that it is such a shame this young man was killed. This was a tragedy. People on both sides believe that this is a tragedy.

And while I agree that both sides engage in fraudulent tactics, I don't know how you can pass this off as just liberals trying to make conservatives look bad. I've been around people who would agree with most of those comments, these people do exist. But I'll admit both republicans and democrats say things like this.

I'm not suggesting that some of the comments aren't legitimate. But false-flag operations are a common tactic. It's not a coincidence that the Fox News site would be inundated with those kind of comments and not lesser-known conservative sites that aren't on liberals' radar.

Wallace108
03-21-2012, 09:51 PM
Oh, one more thing SteelBOY ...

The fact that you defend this speaks volumes

I'll have sympathy for the kid and you just go right on defending trash. :drink:

If you want to just toss insults my way, that's fine. Because that's all your punk ass can do. But stop putting words in my mouth and twisting what I say. You did that in the other thread and got called out for it. Go ahead and quote me where I defended any of those racist comments or defended anyone who would make them. You won't because you can't. I'll just eagerly await your next insult. It probably won't happen tonight as I'm guessing it's past your bedtime. :popcorn:

Verbal slap fight, lol, that's funny. On the internet no less. I'd expect more from the 40 plus crowd, but hey, it is what it is

Yeah, you got me there. "Verbal" was a poor word choice on my part. But it's just an expression, moron. It's like when someone on the Internet SAYS something like, "You're not listening to what I'm saying" or "You don't know what you're talking about." But go ahead and focus on things like proper word usage, grammar, or whatever instead of the issue you brought up when you started this thread. :coffee:

Steelboy84
03-21-2012, 10:09 PM
My boss (who is extremely conservative) and I were talking about this today, and both of us agreed that it is such a shame this young man was killed. This was a tragedy. People on both sides believe that this is a tragedy.

And while I agree that both sides engage in fraudulent tactics, I don't know how you can pass this off as just liberals trying to make conservatives look bad. I've been around people who would agree with most of those comments, these people do exist. But I'll admit both republicans and democrats say things like this.



It's called defending trash and trying to pin it on others. How someone can defend this and THEN blame liberals for it is beyond me.

Steelboy84
03-21-2012, 10:11 PM
Yeah, that's kinda what I thought. Why don't you do everyone a favor and just take yourself back to the kiddie table.


*yawn*


Stop posting already. No one is defending this but you. It's cowardice.

Wallace108
03-21-2012, 10:19 PM
*yawn*


Stop posting already. No one is defending this but you. It's cowardice.

You're up awfully late, tiger.

Are you brain damaged, unable to read, or do you just get off on being a douche? How am I defending those comments or the "trash" who made them? If I'm right, and you haven't even attempted to prove that I'm not, then YOU'RE the one defending the "trash" who made them. But keep twisting my words and making up stuff I didn't say. That's the same tactic you tried in the other thread, and a mod called you out on it. If you're going to be a prick, at least be a somewhat intelligent prick.

Wallace108
03-21-2012, 11:06 PM
Steelboy, unlike you, I can back up my arguments. If you don't believe liberals engage in false-flag operations and pose as racists to smear Republicans, here's an example for your viewing pleasure. Enjoy. :wave:

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And as I said earlier, both sides engage in these kind of tactics:

GOP Site Plans To Infiltrate Liberal Sites With “Trolls”

Right-wing website RedState.com has offered a comprehensive plan for its followers to infiltrate left-wing sites by pretending to be progressives to hurt the Democratic Party.

The list of directions created by the site are below:

First, infiltratethe site. For this, you will have to avoid creating screen names like “GoPalinGo” or “Heartlandredstater.” Also, some websites may actually have you wait a week before you are allowed to comment or blog. Perhaps, they are investigating the e-mail address you give them against whether it is used for a conservative website. Be sure to avoid that tendency; if you use, for example, aol.com screen name for RedState, make sure you use a yahoo e-mail address for Dailykos, or whatever. Once you are there, the second part of the strategy is to gain their trust. For this, you cannot be too overtly gung-ho conservative in your outlook. Instead, you sort of have to be the voice of a moderate liberal. This will take a lot of acting skill, but it could be done. For example, over at ThinkProgress, they had an article about how the folks in Alabama got what they deserved with the recent spate of tornadoes because their legislators did not believe in global warming. It took all my energies not to reach through the Internet and strangle these kooks, but I responded, “Well, that might be going a little too far…” Along the way, I gained the trust of certain posters on that thread.

The third step is to move the conversation in the direction you desire. By doing this, you can then form the debate in terms you can win. For example, in the above story, although I said they were going too far in their comments, I moved the conversation somewhat by questioning whether the folks in Alabama would accept Federal funds to rebuild their lives. In other words, the subject was changed from a debate on global warming to one of fiscal responsibility. Once there, you can then highjack the thread. In effect, you have changed the subject and tenor or the conversation and the writer of the original post has lost their ability to moderate the conversation and that creates a free-for-all that gets the conversation far off the original mark. Of course, you will be accused of “threadjacking” or, worse (drumrolls please…) being a “troll.” To this I say, of course you are a troll and you should be proud of it. Embrace your status of being a “troll” on the liberal website and carry it through to its logical conclusion. To put it bluntly: Embrace your inner troll. If they realize what is happening and accuse you of being a troll or such, or if they try to block you and your opinions, remind them of their support for the Fairness Doctrine and their reasoning for it- to ensure that both sides have a say- should allow you to have your say. Force them to practice what they preach.
http://newsone.com/nation/casey-gane-mccalla/gop-site-plans-to-infiltrate-progressive-with-trolls/?fb_ref=homepage




And I found the second post in the comment section quite interesting ...

They're a little late, by like 10 years, to the game. We've been doing the same thing to them since 2000. It's really easy to spot them anyway because they can't seem to resist using words like jesus, guns, and religion.


And these kind of tactics aren't just used by activists and college kids with too much time on their hands. Take a look at what Obama's former regulatory czar, Cass Sunstein, proposed:

Obama czar proposed government 'infiltrate' social network sites

Just prior to his appointment as President Obama’s so-called regulatory czar, Cass Sunstein wrote a lengthy academic paper suggesting the government should “infiltrate” social network websites, chat rooms and message boards.
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Such “cognitive infiltration,” Sunstein argued, should be used to enforce a U.S. government ban on “conspiracy theorizing.”

Among the beliefs Sunstein classified as a “conspiracy theory” is advocating that the theory of global warming is a deliberate fraud.

The find comes after a report of a government document indicating that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s command center routinely monitors dozens of popular websites, including Facebook, Twitter, Hulu, WikiLeaks and news sites such as the Huffington Post and Drudge Report.

Reuters reported that a “privacy compliance review” issued by DHS last November confirms that since at least June 2010, the department’s national operations center has been operating a “Social Networking/Media Capability” which involves regular monitoring of “publicly available online forums, blogs, public websites and message boards.”

The government document states that such monitoring is meant to “collect information used in providing situational awareness and establishing a common operating picture” to help manage national or international emergency events.

While the DHS may be monitoring websites for security reasons, Sunstein advocated such actions with another goal in mind.

Sunstein’s official title is administrator of the White House Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs.

As WND was first to report, in a 2008 Harvard law paper, “Conspiracy Theories,” Sunstein and co-author Adrian Vermeule, a Harvard law professor, ask, “What can government do about conspiracy theories?”

“We can readily imagine a series of possible responses. (1) Government might ban conspiracy theorizing. (2) Government might impose some kind of tax, financial or otherwise, on those who disseminate such theories.”

In the 30-page paper – obtained and reviewed by WND – Sunstein argues the best government response to “conspiracy theories” is “cognitive infiltration of extremist groups.”

Continued Sunstein: “We suggest a distinctive tactic for breaking up the hard core of extremists who supply conspiracy theories: cognitive infiltration of extremist groups, whereby government agents or their allies (acting either virtually or in real space, and either openly or anonymously) will undermine the crippled epistemology of believers by planting doubts about the theories and stylized facts that circulate within such groups, thereby introducing beneficial cognitive diversity.”

Sunstein said government agents “might enter chat rooms, online social networks, or even real-space groups and attempt to undermine percolating conspiracy theories by raising doubts about their factual premises, causal logic or implications for political action.”

http://www.wnd.com/2012/01/obama-czar-proposed-government-infiltrate-social-network-sites/



I'll stop here because I know that's a lot for you to digest. Now go ahead and counter with your usual one- or two-sentence insult.

Bayz101
03-21-2012, 11:56 PM
Wally did you leave the cage open again?

:chuckle:

Wallace108
03-22-2012, 12:00 AM
Wally did you leave the cage open again?

:chuckle:
No, but I think I overlooked the "Don't Feed the Trolls" sign. :sofunny:

Bayz101
03-22-2012, 12:06 AM
:sign07:

How could you miss it? It's easily the biggest emoticon in the list :chuckle:

http://i200.photobucket.com/albums/aa238/jessephatz/th_Obvious-troll-is-obvious.jpg

MACH1
03-22-2012, 12:49 AM
Steelboy, unlike you, I can back up my arguments. If you don't believe liberals engage in false-flag operations and pose as racists to smear Republicans, here's an example for your viewing pleasure. Enjoy. :wave:



And these kind of tactics aren't just used by activists and college kids with too much time on their hands.



It's also the biased media. Just a little example.

MSNBC: Gun-Toting Protesters are 'White' Racists...

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What MSNBC failed to show you

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Wallace108
03-22-2012, 01:09 AM
That's a classic, Mach. :sofunny:

There's no denying that liberals have an agenda to portray conservatives as racist. And certain media outlets are co-conspirators.

Are there Republican racists? You betcha. Are there Democrat racists? Ayup. And there are groups on both sides who engage in tactics such as infiltrating websites and try to stir up hostility and push their agendas. We know how much the left hates Fox News, so it should come as no surprise that that's where all those comments were made.

Steelboy84
03-22-2012, 03:36 PM
Well, I certainly won't hold my breath for Mach 1 to condemn what happened to the kid. Two posts so far but won't condemn it.

Steelboy84
03-22-2012, 03:37 PM
That's a classic, Mach. :sofunny:

There's no denying that liberals have an agenda to portray conservatives as racist. And certain media outlets are co-conspirators.

Are there Republican racists? You betcha. Are there Democrat racists? Ayup. And there are groups on both sides who engage in tactics such as infiltrating websites and try to stir up hostility and push their agendas. We know how much the left hates Fox News, so it should come as no surprise that that's where all those comments were made.

So, by your logic, all of those comments were from those on the left? Riiiight.............

MACH1
03-22-2012, 03:52 PM
Well, I certainly won't hold my breath for Mach 1 to condemn what happened to the kid. Two posts so far but won't condemn it.

The only reason you started this thing was to race bait and stir the shit.
And this is getting close to being locked down if you can't keep it constructive.

Steelboy84
03-22-2012, 04:00 PM
The only reason you started this thing was to race bait and stir the shit.
And this is getting close to being locked down if you can't keep it constructive.



I'll take that as a no.


Someone once said that the best way to end racism is to simply stop talking about it. In other words, let it progress and never try solve it in any way. Well, at least most of the country is behind this young man and his family even when some have no sympathy at all.

Wallace108
03-22-2012, 04:01 PM
The only reason you started this thing was to race bait and stir the shit.
And this is getting close to being locked down if you can't keep it constructive.

Nah, keep it open, Mach. Let him continue to expose and embarrass himself.

And nice job trying to refute one single thing I've said so far, Steelboy. Just keep twisting people's words and making yourself look like a complete idiot. :thumbsup:

Wallace108
03-22-2012, 04:04 PM
Someone once said that the best way to end racism is to simply stop talking about it. In other words, let it progress and never try solve it in any way. Well, at least most of the country is behind this young man and his family even when some have no sympathy at all.
I'm convinced that you don't even pay attention to what anyone is saying. You're just a troll. But you're a good one, I'll give you that. :hatsoff:

MACH1
03-22-2012, 04:08 PM
http://media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lq5sy51ZBA1qelg53.jpg

Steelboy84
03-22-2012, 04:11 PM
I'm convinced that you don't even pay attention to what anyone is saying. You're just a troll. But you're a good one, I'll give you that. :hatsoff:



So disagreeing with someone makes them a troll? Lol, ok dude.

I'll just start agreeing with every opinion you have on something. Better?

Bayz101
03-22-2012, 04:15 PM
No, having nothing constructive to say in response to a post (hence discussion) makes you a troll. I haven't seen you post anything in discussion with another member that didn't either involve a string of small attacks or sarcasm. Are you unable to put together a respectful discussion on the subject at hand??

MACH1
03-22-2012, 04:16 PM
http://images2.fanpop.com/image/photos/13100000/Take-The-Bait-penguins-of-madagascar-13156955-700-511.jpg

:chuckle:

Wallace108
03-22-2012, 04:31 PM
So disagreeing with someone makes them a troll? Lol, ok dude.

I'll just start agreeing with every opinion you have on something. Better?

You see, that's just one more example of you twisting my words to try to fit your own twisted thinking. There are a lot of people on this board I disagree with, and we've had some great discussions and debates. But as I've said over and over, you don't want to discuss anything. You just want to make personal attacks and bait people. THAT makes you a troll.

I know how this is going to end, but I'll give you one more chance ... would you like to have a respectful discussion on the issue?

tony hipchest
03-27-2012, 01:03 AM
its really republicans pretending to be democrats posting as republicans, so they can blame it all on democrats who are doing the posting. :tap:

but the info wally has shed light upon is helpful.

now anytime i read an article on PFT or opponents fans messageboard, i know its really just steelerfans talking all the vile trash to make all the other teams fans appear jealous and hateful.

:sun: