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Faith & Beliefs / Re: King Herod spoke softly but was he kind?
« Last post by Reporter on February 04, 2023, 04:14:36 AM »
Look at how God controlled Herod: Herod never even thought of sending guards with the visitors for that first search for the baby.

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General Discussion / Even Bill Maher Can't Put Up With Woke Leftism Anymore
« Last post by Believe_N_Me on February 04, 2023, 12:05:33 AM »
...anybody who is still drinking leftist kool-aid is completely brainwashed or lying because they're too afraid of the leftist mob.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yysKhJ1U-vM
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Online Journal / Re: The little girl's cousin now starts her journey
« Last post by Reporter on February 03, 2023, 08:12:07 PM »
NiNi was picked up earlier by her dad. But Pey-Pey insisted to stay overnight. So, her mom said on the phone that that was okay.

Pey-Pey played with slimes and playdohs most of the day today or at least since 2:00 p.m. Then we stepped over the mat of alphabets that had each letter associated with an idea. "C" for carrots, for example.

"Letters," she said.

I told her those are also called alphabet letters. But she didn't repeat after me. So, I just said it once more and let that sink in for her.

"'L' for heart," she said.

I told her it was "love." But the mat makers drew some hearts over the word. So, I could understand her misunderstandi ng.

"'O' for onion," she said on.

Then "I want to go to mommy house" came suddenly.

I worried because I didn't want to  have to take her there at 8:00 p.m. now.

"We go tomorrow," I said.

"No!!!"

"When do you want to go?"

"Nowwwww!!!" she said and sad down onto the wooden floor, leaning against the wall in the hallway, looking displeased.

"Go ask Auntie."

She walked quickly in her toddler foot steps to the kitchen.

"Auntie, I want to go to mommy house," she said, almost in unison with a cry.

I followed her there and asked why.

"I miss mommy."

"Do you miss daddy?"

"Yes."

"Do you miss Ej Ej, too?" (Ej Ej is her few-month-old, still-crawling baby sister.)

"Yes... I miss them."
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Online Journal / Re: The little girl's cousin now starts her journey
« Last post by Reporter on February 03, 2023, 07:44:53 PM »
NiNi and Pey-Pey both love watching me leave the house. They would get onto the sofa by the window and waive at me.

Today, before I left, I told them I was going to work.

"Where your keys?" Pey-Pey asked. "White ones."

I pulled them out of my pocket.

"Your glasses...you put them like this," she said and ran her hands by her ears. "You be home soon, ok, R?"
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Line dance is the original tictok dance. 

Learn to dance like this better.  I don't follow Kpop but this group is allowable for me to watch because one of the girl is vietnamese kpop korean wannabe.   :2funny:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sEsUxLkAYrg

cute dance and catchy song though  O0
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General Relationship / Re: I used to think those living in a large Hmong population...
« Last post by DuMa on February 03, 2023, 06:11:42 PM »
This is a social issue within your own hmong community and for them to figure it out.  You got hmong refusing to do business with another hmong and the more closer you are to a hmong infested community, you also get them hmong stereotype for having the hmong divorcees around. 

You know why there is a chinatown right?  It is for the illegals to hide out from the white man.  Their society works well for them.  My people are the same way.  We like to live closer to each other because we support one another and we come together as a community to compete with the white folks. Vietnamese new year?  Oh boy, it is beautiful this year.  Lots of events all over. 

So you see, what you dislike also tells you something about yourself.  Perhaps you too are the problem.   O0
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I didn't know that line dancing was so popular among peb cov niam tsev Hmoob. I bet this dancing studio is making good money. I wonder what "the more" entails? It says "We Line Dance and More".

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NRzSaFXJ2dk

This kind of dance is for people that can't dance and for oldies  :2funny: :2funny:
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General Discussion / Racism killed Tyre Nichols...
« Last post by Hung_Low on February 03, 2023, 05:29:01 PM »
According to race monger Al Sharpton..."I believe that if that man had been white, you wouldn't have beat him like that that night.  :idiot2: :idiot2: Hmmm... aren't the officers that beat him were all blacks?

Wait, wait, wait... So, Uncle Al is saying that these black officers were racists? I thought the main point of Lefties/Demmies were that blacks can't be racists, only whities are racists?

I squarely blamed the cops for this,, no matter the race of the cops or victim... 5 grown, big ass men can't handle a scrawny man? They had to beat him even when he's already subdued? All the cops had to do was one on each arm and leg and hold him down on the grass on his back until he stop resisting. Don't need to press him down, sit on him or kick/punch him.

Hyena Harris is just there at the funeral for lip service...
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General Discussion / SUNY makes new racial equity class mandatory...
« Last post by Hung_Low on February 03, 2023, 05:12:57 PM »
https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/suny-makes-new-racial-equity-class-mandatory-for-graduation-at-all-schools/ar-AA16Yb3a

SUNY (NY 64-campus college system) is making a "Diversity, Equity, Social Justice" class mandatory for all incoming Freshman and to get a diploma, they have to passed this class.

Said Professor Nicholas Giordano - Political Science at SUNY Suffolk Community College, "This is nuts - SUNY is one of the best university systems in the country. Why are they doing this?! DEISJ is a cultural movement, not based on academics. Unfortunately, SUNY responded to the mob.

Yes, student will be better off in society if they passed a diversity, equity, social justice class but failed all other classes like Math, English (reading/writing), etc etc

The next generation of social justice warriors in the making...
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General Relationship / Re: I used to think those living in a large Hmong population...
« Last post by P90xbox on February 03, 2023, 04:41:09 PM »
I don't know but growing up in large Hmong communities, all I know was for every decent Hmong girl, there were 100 dudes trying to call her every night..and if she is ever single, it's probably for only 24 hours max...lols

so yeah whereas if you were to go to a smaller Hmong community, chances are the Hmong there are a little more on the whitewashed side...so they didn't really put themselves out like that...but then she probably wasn't into Hmong dudes because she grew up getting hit on by mostly non-Hmong dudes...lols as for the dudes, they probably prefer white girls..lols
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