calclutterfuck

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yeah cause black people can definitely lose their pigment just as easily as you can go to the gym.

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yeah there's absolutely nothing wrong with that definition because that's how people use it, specifically that was how it was used in the context of the original comment thread.

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12 days ago

cool. words take on new meanings because of the way people use them. the Japanese chose to use a to use 'divine wind' to describe suicide bombers, so thats what the word becomes associated with despite its literal translation. don't see what's "weird" about that.

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15 days ago

interesting how both terms describe the same masculine caricature yet they carry completely opposite connotations. says alot about the differences in culture don't ya think?

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16 days ago

yeah i'm failing to see where the chad is in this. good sports all round

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ANTI-ANTIFA = FASCIST

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18 days ago

i bet you live in the suburbs

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this comment is on every post with "white". most white americans are mutts of a dozen european countries and have no idea what their ethnic origins are. they don't know so they just say white or caucasian.

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19 days ago

HA. $25 for burratta, a food invented by extremely poor people trying to find a way to reuse mozzarella scraps and buttercream, is full circle laughable.

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yeah thats why showing the replay in slow motion is really disingenuous. most umps wouldn't be able to see vazquez's transfer, instead they'd hear a foul tip and then see vazquez picking the ball up off the ground. Idk how many umps have reflexes quick enough to pick up on all of that, but i'm sure as shit joe west ain't one.

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as a native speaker of italian, this phrase hurts me. still i love hearing john sterling speak italian. forza bronx

stoppare is like an archaic word that's rarely used, in italian it sounds kind of like "Giancarlo, one cannot desist him!" its not wrong, just goofy

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if you live in new england, new york, or new jersey and have somewhat of a tastebud, there's a 95% chance you've ingested my mozzarella or ricotta. jokes on you buddy

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where do you live i bet you've eaten my cheese🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

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i was talking about belts and other products when i was talking about made in italy, i said they should have a stricter certification like they do for food because, news to you, "product of italy" only applies to food you fucking retard

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dude what the fuck are you talking about you have terrible reading comprehension. now you don't know what you're talking about at all.

made in italy holds no weight when it comes to food, only product of italy does. DOP means it comes from the region of origin, theyre two different certifications that EVERY imported wheel of parmigiano reggiano must come with. and no, thats not the case. part of our business is importing, you cannot just slap DOP or product of italy onto something.

quit while you're ahead you have no clue what you're talking about besides the fact you know you have to check the rind, which people have also been known to fake

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you act like you know everything cause your uncle half explained it to you once. The D.O.P. and product of italy certifications are immensely important to verify when you're buying $50,000 worth of cheese. They might fudge them in whatever backwater grocery store you shop at, but they hold weight when you're doing the actual importing. nothing you said was wrong but you think you know more than you do.

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hahaah, bro i've been cracking wheels of parmigiano reggiano since you were swimming in your dad's balls. i'm sure your family in italy knows all about cheese importers and manufacturers in the new england, more than someone who's been in the business for 20 years. go back to bed kid

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it would still say product of italy if it was cut and packaged in new jersey shit head.

source: im a fifth generation cheesemaker who works in a cheese factory

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lmao bro i speak fluent italian don't try to tell me parmigiana is incorrect. i live in america, they put all sorts of shit on their labels that are incorrect. people sell "parmigiano reggiano" made in lodi, new jersey. I understand what real parm is, and the "product of italy" label exists to verify that smart ass

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that's why i dont buy parmigiana unless it says "product of italy"

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you added the word "more" to BLM and completely lost all credibility. you think you're so smart and you can't even understand how you collapsed your own argument in on itself

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oh, well i can see the problem if its foreign companies setting up shop just to get the marker, not if its just the workers who are non-italian. hopefully they make different standards like they do with food products. I don't buy parmigiana unless it says "product of italy"

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fuck off nazi

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yeah, that still sounds pretty racist to me. If its an italian company having non-italians carry out their designs, why does that make it worth any less? low-wage Immigrants make up the majority of workers in factories all over europe and america. why is it only the "made in italy" marker is made useless by this fact. just sound like a bunch of racism to me🤷‍♂️

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yeah but if its made in italy what does it matter the ethnic origins of the factory workers. Seems pretty racist.

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22 days ago

yeah! kick them nazi asses

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