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Sam Hain replied to Sydni Moser's discussion 'Morrissey: Chinese People Are A 'Subspecies'' in the group WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE
"@Adriana- "Melodrama"? How about "humour"? Perhaps you meant "Please Sam, spare us the humour" because the "Chihuahua Chow Mein", "Klan Rallies", and "bad bad man" remarks were attempts to…"
Sep 13, 2010
Sam Hain replied to Sydni Moser's discussion 'Morrissey: Chinese People Are A 'Subspecies'' in the group WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE
"Awol, the "creative writing" remark was an attempt at humour. I'm not set off, sorry for appearing mean spirited."
Sep 13, 2010
Sam Hain replied to Sydni Moser's discussion 'Morrissey: Chinese People Are A 'Subspecies'' in the group WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE
"Awol: please take a Creative Writing class. That "Harold Shipman" analogy is all over the internet. Let's summarise the situation: Morrissey- a bad, bad man for using a not that bad word. Neither he nor his followers have harmed any…"
Sep 13, 2010
Sam Hain replied to Sydni Moser's discussion 'Morrissey: Chinese People Are A 'Subspecies'' in the group WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE
"You say you are not going to pursue conversation with me anymore, then ask several questions about whether I'm an atheist, etc. Well which is it? Do you want me to answer the questions or not? And you accuse me of using faulty logic? The…"
Sep 13, 2010
Sam Hain replied to Sydni Moser's discussion 'Morrissey: Chinese People Are A 'Subspecies'' in the group WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE
"Yes, I did read my own link but you did not. 19th century scientists believed the sundry human ethnicities COULD (not WOULD, as you say) evolve into separate species if kept in isolation from each other. That's why the link I posted says…"
Sep 11, 2010
Sam Hain replied to Sydni Moser's discussion 'Morrissey: Chinese People Are A 'Subspecies'' in the group WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE
"It is likely that Morrissey wants the attention in order to draw attention to the widespread, disgusting abuse of animals in China."
Sep 10, 2010
Sam Hain replied to Sydni Moser's discussion 'Morrissey: Chinese People Are A 'Subspecies'' in the group WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE
"Here is an example of the terms "subspecies" and "race" being used interchangeably: www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/571004/subspecies And yes, in the sense that some people refer to an ethnic group as a "race" the…"
Sep 10, 2010
Sam Hain replied to Sydni Moser's discussion 'Morrissey: Chinese People Are A 'Subspecies'' in the group WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE
"Yes, you are only guessing what Morrissey meant."
Sep 10, 2010
Sam Hain replied to Sydni Moser's discussion 'Morrissey: Chinese People Are A 'Subspecies'' in the group WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE
"How are god lovers a subspecies? Is belief in God transmitted genetically? If so, are those that believe in God helpless to change their belief no matter how hard they try?"
Sep 10, 2010
Sam Hain replied to Sydni Moser's discussion 'Morrissey: Chinese People Are A 'Subspecies'' in the group WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE
"How do you know what Morrissey meant? Can you read his mind?"
Sep 10, 2010
Sam Hain replied to Sydni Moser's discussion 'Morrissey: Chinese People Are A 'Subspecies'' in the group WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE
"No, I did not label all Chinese as dog or cat eaters. I said "if only a tiny FRACTION (of the 1.4 billion Chinese) ate tortured animals it still adds up to millions a year. And I know that not all dogs eaten in east Asia are skinned alive.…"
Sep 10, 2010
Sam Hain replied to Sydni Moser's discussion 'Morrissey: Chinese People Are A 'Subspecies'' in the group WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE
"Look up the definition of "subspecies" in a dictionary. It is sometimes used interchangeably with "race". Some people still employ the term "race" to describe an ethnic group. So the term is technically correct and not…"
Sep 10, 2010
Sam Hain replied to Sydni Moser's discussion 'Morrissey: Chinese People Are A 'Subspecies'' in the group WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE
"Yes, millions. China's population is approximately 1.4 billion people. If only a tiny fraction of them ate dog or cat twice a year it adds up to millions."
Sep 10, 2010
Sam Hain replied to Sydni Moser's discussion 'Morrissey: Chinese People Are A 'Subspecies'' in the group WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE
"All the Morrissey critics have their priorities in order! It's a far more grievous offence to describe a people as a "subspecies" than it is to torture and skin alive millions of animals every year."
Sep 10, 2010
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