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Urban Outfitters Prohibits White Customers From Purchasing Urban Clothing
White customers no longer allowed to “culturally appropriate” clothing in order to “dress black.”
Privileged suburban white kids who want to dress in baggy clothing and gold chains like Kanye West or Missy Elliot (or, more realistically, like Eminem or Iggy Azalea) will have to shop for their threads somewhere other than Urban Outfitters.
That’s because the nationwide clothing chain has recently passed store policy that will prohibit white customers from purchasing urban clothing.
In news that will make white kids scream, “that’s wack, yo!”, and black people say, “’bout damn time!”, Urban Outfitters has announced that it will no longer be selling baggy pants, doo rags, gold chains, and other urban clothing items to customers other than African-Americans.
White customers will still be
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Back to the waiting. It's the hardest part, and the most necessary. You have to let the mark lead. You have to pretend to listen. Pretend to take notes and read cues. You have to pause thoughtfully when they've finished talking, and imagine yourself as you want them to see you. Surrounded by books and candles and tiny, delicate artifacts. Eyes closed and head tilted to one side, in the half-dark you have to look like you're consulting the Spirits or the Beyond.
Well, actually, no. You have to look like you're pretending to consult the Spirits or the Beyond. No one wants their psychics psychic anymore.
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They always smiled. They were dancing to any music. If it was the music in their head or the music someone else was humming by walking by didn't matter. They always cheered us up, you couldn't be sad when they were around. They were singing and laughing all the time. They always seemed so careless like they hadn't any problems in life, any worries. They danced on streets in middle of the night or the early morning. If you saw them, you would never forget them because of their great personality. They always cared for us, asked if there were any problems, if they could help us out on something, but no one asked them back.
The secound side didn't exised for us. It was the side they kept their secret. They said that they were ill so they couldn't come or that they had an important appointment but they never said the truth. In their world everything was falling apart. T
Blue Revolution: Death of the Republic.*Turns on TV * Good evening and welcome to the evening news I’m your anchor Tom Mainly. Today June 19th 2015 we celebrate the 75 anniversary of the victory of the Continental Liberation Army over the Right wing totalitarian government that had exploited this nation for 7 years from 1933 to 1940. It may have Been a short rule but during that short time the nation changed more than any other time in our history. And now for the special event, we bring you the few remaining survivors of CLA and along with existing footage to tell the story of these modern day sons of liberty and their struggle for freedom. All that and much more now on the American Broadcast Channel, until then Happy Liberation Day."Blue Revolution: Death of the Republic.2 weeks ago in Short Stories More Like This
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Anchor Mainly: To give us a more in depth look at this event we have Jacob Sinclair one of the few remaining of Orwell’s Original Brigade. Mr. Sinclair can you tell us what it was like when you first saw the camp?
Mr. Sinclair: Well it very much was that, was a camp. There were hundreds of tents scattered around with fire pits and crates of weapons surrounding it. There was one structure and it was an old park ranger outpost. When I saw this is was thinking, “did I do the right thing?” But once I saw that there were a few thousand men training I felt more reassured.
Anchor Mainly: Did you have any combat training beforehand?
Mr. Sinclair: The most intense battle I had ever been in to that point was arguing with my girlfriend on what dress she should wear *Laughter * In all seriousn