It’s OK to say that you want to be bigoted against teenagers, as long as you don’t say what is painfully obvious:

Categories: CrimeRace baiting


Elrod · March 4, 2024 at 6:26 am

Used to be, “depart forthwith when there’s more than one or two Amish kids;” now it’s become prudent to skedaddle when the Mennonites show up, too.

Seamrog · March 4, 2024 at 7:18 am

When in middle school, we would routinely get dropped off at Six Flags in the morning, and one of our dads would pick us up about 8 that night. Not a worry in the world, and we had a ton of fun. Same for the mall, or wherever we wanted to spend time.

Maybe a very rare fistfight, but those were taken outside and generally over in less than a minute, broken up when someone was bested with no face stomping or ten on one, amazingly, huh?

Of course this is when civilized GA was not overrun by blacks.

NO way in hell my kids will ever get near Six Flags now, or a mall for that matter.

Like the malls, Six Flags will shutter.

oldvet50 · March 4, 2024 at 7:32 am

Crowds of teens were fine in the 1970s and before. I wonder what changed?

    EN2 SS · March 4, 2024 at 6:29 pm

    We had morals? Self respect? Respect for authority? Active brain cells? Weren’t descended from monkeys?

Aesop · March 5, 2024 at 1:37 am

Saying “monkeys”, or any of numerous other sobriquets, would be too on-point, one supposes.

Maybe call them Yew People?
Or “The Pox” (IOW the P.O.C.s)?


This isn’t Rhodesia or SAfrica.
And there’s really no place to which one might retreat.
So I suspect someday there’s going to be an inevitable and epic Reckoning, and it’s going to make Dresden and Hiroshima pale to insignificance, and make Vlad the Impaler blush. Or smile.

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