Sunday, July 31, 2011

Shit Morons Say ... to Obfuscate.

"Racism and stupidity happen everywhere not just korea. You make it sound like it only happens there."

The above quote was in an email I recently received from a fan. It reminded me of similar comments made both on and off my site.

"Also, you act like this type of attitude in Korea is exclusive to them! "

"But the point is that I’ve had plenty of run-ins with racist people EVERYWHERE."

"It’s amazing that you guys make comments like “this is how retarded some Koreans are” and “this is how rude/fucked up some Koreans are” as if, again, these things are exclusive to Koreans."

Same shit, different morons. (Oh wait, some of those were posted by the same moron.)

It never ceases to amaze me that people who come to a blog about a specific place or region get their panties in a bunch because people are talking about shit that happens there. I do have another blog that talks about stupidity that happens in Canada. Does that mean I am making it sound like idiots, such as the Vancouver rioters, are only found in Canada? Of course not. At least not to those who live in the real world.

This type of "reasoning" is often used by trolls and apologists to cloud an issue. To deflect away from what was being discussed and try to diminish what a person experienced. It is often accompanied by whining that people are talking about all Koreans even when phrases such as "many" or "some" are used and not "all". When the morons use this tactic they are being disingenuous and just trying to push their narrative.

22 comments:

  1. I used to think they were dumb, and had n't really read our blog. I think the points we're trying make are reasonable, well-thought out, and backed up with facts.
    But the people who make comments like that aren't interested in any of that. They are unreasonable, unthinking, and uneducated fucktards.

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  2. Anonytard: I highly doubt the email was from John. Some of the posts quoted ... heh. :)

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  3. Stig: Actually I do believe they think because they know enough to use a tactic like that to try and turn discussion away from something they don't like.

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  4. Hard to argue with that. :)

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  5. "It is often accompanied by whining that people are talking about all Koreans even when phrases such as "many" or "some" are used and not "all"."

    First of all, those aren't phrases; they're words.

    Second, what you said above is the exact same thing racists have said in the US when racism was popular, but questioned here.

    "I didn't say ALL black people are lazy. I said SOME are."

    "I didn't say ALL Koreans are uncreative. I said MOST are."

    "I said SOME black people are criminals."

    "I said SOME Koreans are rude."

    "I'm not racist, really, I even have a black friend."

    "I don't hate Koreans. I have Korean friends." (Actually said by David Wills, btw).

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  6. John, John, John. I thought you said you never took what people wrote out of context? You just did it again.

    What you quoted was used when talking about people like you pissing and moaning that someone branded all Koreans as being a certain way when what they never mentioned all Koreans being that way. That is the context. Once again you try twisting things around to fit your narrative.

    Oh, and yes, you got me. They are words not phrases. How utterly evil of me to make that mistake. Now you can declare victory again and scurry back under your rock.

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  7. For someone who claims he is done with you John sure has a lot to say.

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  8. I am not so sure he has a lot to say. He tends to keep saying the same things over and over, sometimes in different ways. Maybe he believes that if he keeps repeating himself people will start to believe him? Maybe he just enjoys being a troll?

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  9. "What you quoted was used when talking about people like you pissing and moaning that someone branded all Koreans as being a certain way when what they never mentioned all Koreans being that way. That is the context. Once again you try twisting things around to fit your narrative."

    Wow, you're stupid. You don't even know wtf you're talking about, do you?

    Here's the context, idiot.

    Your defense that you're not referring to "all" Koreans (generalizing) is that you're using words like "some" and "most" instead of "all." My response is that the same things have been said by racists in the past to justify their racist commentaries. Do you get it? Do you?

    Also, the words you quoted in the posts are mine. I never emailed it to you. I posted them as comments. Maybe someone read it and emailed it, or you're being a scared little asshole and not publishing my comments and pretending that they're emails from your fans. Either way, they're what I wrote in the comments as a RESPONSE to what you've said or what David said or as a response to a large group of K-bloggers. So in this case, you're the one taking my words out of context.

    Suck it, bitch.

    As for repeating myself? What a hypocrite.

    I repeat myself in the arguments because YOU do. If I say something about how you're being an asshole when you talk about Korea in a certain way, you respond with just "I know more cause I was there like yesterday, and I was there for ten years." or "These people talk about Korea while ignoring experiences I HAD!" Sorry. You say that same shit, sometimes in different ways, all the time. Naturally, my response will be repetitive.

    If you're gonna keep talking about me, I'll respond each time. I'll respond each time because whenever you talk about me, you make yourself look more and more like an asshole, and I MUST call you out for it.

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  10. "Oh, and yes, you got me. They are words not phrases. How utterly evil of me to make that mistake. Now you can declare victory again and scurry back under your rock."

    u mad?

    u mad.

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  11. Why pay so much attention to such an obvious troll?

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  12. Anonymous above:

    Do you mean John or the Anonymous before you? Actually, same answer for both, boredom.

    With John, well, he is an established troll and it is easy to push his buttons. He is blend of paranoia, egoist, child, and batshit. And now he is throwing in the victim card.

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  13. John, John, John. Now you are a victim? Sorry to burst your bubble but the 1st quote I used was from an email. and what did I say about it?

    "The above quote was in an email I recently received from a fan. It reminded me of similar comments made both on and off my site."

    Then I posted 3 quotes that it reminded me of and even said they were posted by the same moron. I know the email wasn't from you, or I would have said it was.

    Your paranoia is interesting though. Keep smiling Johnny Boy. :)

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  14. Oh, Flint.

    Paranoia? Where'd you get that idea? It's interesting that you got that idea from my post. It's cute how you try so hard to discredit me when it's painfully obvious how mad and butt hurt you are.

    If you don't have any intelligent response, just stfu.

    Don't cry just because you don't understand what context is. Don't cry because you realized that you get repetitive responses for your repetitive posts. And don't cry because you don't know the difference between words and phrases.

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  15. Hmmmm ... yeah John where would I get paranoia from? Could it be from someone crying conspiracy because their comment wasn't posted after 3 hours? Could it be from someone who then makes the accusation that an email wasn't really an email? Sounds paranoid to me.

    Keep on smiling. :)

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  16. That does sound a little paranoid. I would be more worried about his obsession with your butt.

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  17. John vanishes and "whitey esl" vanishes.

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  18. I thought of that but they are different shades of batshit.

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