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Friday, October 15, 2010

Hey Ole Miss Everyone Up North Still Thinks Y'all Are Racist!


We at S&G have lost what little respect we once had for The University of Mississippi (sorry RebelKev). Like so many of the once fiercely defended symbols of the Southern Culture, Colonel Reb is officially dead. So bravo Ole Miss you like so many others have buckled to wishes of your Yankee overlords.
Yesterday on the show The View Whoopie Goldberg and Joy Behear stormed off the set because Bill O'Riley said "The Muslims killed us on 9-11". I say this because there exists a liberal cross-segment of the population that gets offended when you are insulting to entire groups of people, their religion, or their culture. However,when it comes to the culture of white Southerners its is perfectly alright to make fun of us and disparage our culture. White Southerners are the only people in our PC world that is it okay to make fun of, to look down upon, and to hate.




Much like when Georgia dropped "Dixieland" off the bands name, and when all southern schools stopped "striking up Dixie" we are now one step closer to pretending the Civil War never happened.
Now I could say how our Yankee neighbors also had slaves at one point, or how slavery is an institution that has existed almost as long as time itself (and still exists in some places), or how it is unfair to blame the American South for all the slavery that has ever occurred in world, but that would do little good. I could explain how Abe Lincoln had numerous opportunities to avoid the civil war but decided against it because he was a warmonger (google the Crittenden Compromise), I could tell you that it would have been far cheaper and more efficient for the U.S. government to purchase every slave at 75% of their value (so as to free the slaves and avoid a total collapse of the Southern economy) than the cost of the war itself. I could beg the question why did Lincoln wait until 1863 to sign the Emancipation Proclamation instead of doing it in 1861; and I could point out how the Proclamation came at just the right time so as to keep England out of the war. I could do all of these things but it will do little good because even historians have selective memories--and when you win the war you get to write the history.

I am disheartened when I see pockets of the South such as Hilton Head, S.C., Aiken S.C., all of Florida south of Jacksonville, Atlanta, GA, and all of Virginia being overrun with mongrel yankee scum. I hate that all things Southern are so greatly despised by the rest of the country. Most of all I hate when a Southerner bows to the whims of limp wristed liberal elitists.

So R.I.P. Colonel Reb and we hope Ole Miss never wins at anything again until Colonel Red is restored. We hate you Ole Miss, we hope all the bad things in life happen to you and nobody else.

At least the Bear won because what the hell does a shark and Marvel Comics Silver Surfer have to do with Missisyphillus? The Administration and Student Body of Ole Miss are all weak and you disgust us.

22 comments:

  1. I am seriously considering dropping all my support for UM, C. If this is the direction they wish to take, then I feel a "divorce" is warranted. I don't recognize Ole Miss anymore. Colonel Reb wasn't even on the ballot and, IMO, the decision to go with a bear was already made. The poll was just to humor the "little people". Might as well drop "Ole Miss" as I'm sure that'll offend some candyass as well. A f'n Teddy Bear?

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  2. I might have to show up tomorrow wearing the black and red.

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  3. I was in a Hilton Head club roughly 16 yrs ago,18 yrs old and and just enjoying life.I was talking to a girl from Penn.who was in town with an older brother.After explaining to the girl my families farming background and my being from S.GA,the brother replies back to the sister that we are nothing but Redneck Racists.In disbelief of the man's comments,I proceeded to challenge the man with a broken bottle of Bud.I was at that point grabbed from behind and tossed on my ass for defending my family and state.If i had it to do over,I wouldn't change a thing.

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  4. this country is going to hell, i dont understand it because we allow so much vulgarity and sex and other stuff on TV and the liberal media thinks its ok. But don't let anybody say a race joke, an african american can make all the cracker honkie jokes he wants. I dont hate black people, its the media and the crooked liberal politicians with other agendas that are ruining this country.

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  5. Jesus, man ... I'm sad to see Col. Reb go, too, and I'm as proud a southerner as anybody, but give Ole Miss a break. They're the state university in a state with a very large African-American population -- y'think those taxpayers are a little sore about seeing a symbol of the old plantation days representing their school? Plus, I imagine Ole Miss is trying to portray a bit more of a national and international image than Col. Reb and the Battle Flag portrays ... how many large national and international corporations are going to want to place their research dollars at a school that promotes images that many would see as racist.

    And, dude, c'mon ... let's not attempt to defend the fact that the southern United States was the last pocket of Western civilization that outlawed slavery. If you want to defend Col. Reb and Dixie and all the other southern institutions, let's instead argue that the War of Northern Aggression (as my grandmother used to call it) was about fighting for state's rights. There is no defense for the pre-Civil War, southern stance towards slavery.

    Rest in peace, Col. Reb. You will be missed.

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  6. Hey dipshit, the southern US was NOT the last "western civilization" to outlaw slavery. Slavery ended in the South in 1865 with the Emancipation Proclamation. It ended in the North, in the northern slave-holding states, in 1866. Oh, lemme guess, you thought the war was over slavery, didn't you? What a Gdamn moron. Colonel Reb didn't hurt our endowment, our recruiting, our enrollment, or anything, jackass. Giving it up to appease a bunch of spineless f'n cowards, however, will. You're not an Ole Miss Rebel, so stop being a little bitch and posting as one.

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  7. Actually, Col. Reb did exactly kev, he hurts endowment, recruiting, enrollment, at least with a certain segment of the population. And it's a segment most large Southern schools desire, both in general enrollment and recruiting for the money making sports in athletics.

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  9. Got any facts to back those claims up? Last I checked, we never had a shortage of black players in any given sport, nor did we have a shortage of black students on campus. Most of the people that had a problem with it were A) race pimps, B) idiots "liberally-enlightened" kids (read brain-dead) with no sense of culture and heritage, and others who weren't even from Mississippi.

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  10. Of course your teams had black athletes, they do play in the SEC right? That doesn't mean they got the caliber of athlete they would have gotten without him.

    And you are wrong on so many things kev. The school itself voted it out, so add an option c to your list of people who had a problem with it to include Ole Miss students, alumni, and administrators. And how much "heritage" is there in a guy who didn't show up on your sidelines until the late 70s?

    The South lost, get over it. The war won't be fought again, and you are glorifying a loser (which sounds about right for Ole Miss, but that's a different subject).

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  11. My son is a freshman at Ole Miss, my third one to go to college, but the first one at an SEC school. As a midwesterner relocated to the South, I'm sad to see Col. Reb go, as well as the fact that the band had to stop playing Dixie...but I can see why some people thought this was a good idea. First of all, Mississippi, like my home state in the midwest, is not particularly populous so they have to recruit not just athletes but students from other states. Their three biggest recruiting centers are Atlanta, Dallas and St. Louis. Sadly, in my opinion, in trying to become less "Southern", they're taking away what was unique and charming about Ole Miss and what makes a student or athlete want to attend. It's kind of like listening to a real estate agent and taking an historic property and trying to make it look like a vanilla house in a subdivision. That's not who you're selling it to, so why are you marketing it that way? And seriously, they removed Col. Reb from the sidelines so long ago, two groups of students have cycled through since that happened, and perhaps a great number of faculty, etc. who were all for it. I'm doubtful the bear would've been chosen if Col. Reb had been one of the candidates.

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  12. Again, Col Reb showed up in the late 70s. It's not like he's been around since the 40s, 50s, or pre WW 2.
    http://orig.clarionledger.com/news/0306/19/srick.html

    Considering Ole Miss had just been forced to admit black students a few years earlier, it's probably safe to assume the introduction of Col. Reb was race related and backlash by morons clinging to the idiotic ideals of racism. LET IT GO Ole Miss, the rest of the South has moved on. It's time for Mississippi and South Carolina to join the rest of Dixie in the 21st century (maybe we should let y'all slowly build up by trying the 20th first, since both states seem stuck in the 19th).

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  13. So I guess this is like the Lester Maddox Georgia flag with the stars and bars? A knee jerk reaction to integration and the Civil Rights movement? Since the kids in college now were born in the 1990's, I doubt they care. They just see it as something else that is stupid and pc. One of my super libby hippy friends in her mid 50's (love her dearly) was horrified at reports that today's college students were trending more conservative. I alledge that it's the Alex P. Keaton factor that influenced their parents. Ole Miss students are not embracing the bear, whatever you may read. And a lot of the recently graduated early 30's types are just plain pissed. Oh well, they don't have any money for endowments and the like, so who the heck cares what they think, right?

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  14. Always love seeing a f'n midwesterner, or any carpetbagger for that matter, come to the South and tell us how "they" did it back home and how we must do this blah, blah, blah, and f'n blah. This isn't the Midwest and as Lewis Grizzard so eloquently opined, "Delta is ready when you are".

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  15. Did you even read what I said, Rebelkev? I said it was too bad they did it and I hated to see it. But I did say I can see why they thought it was a good idea. You really are an idiot.

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  16. You thinking Colonel Reb was a problem with our recruiting when we had a 2nd Rounder drafted this year (McCluster), two 1st rounders drafted last year (Oher, Jerry), have one of the best WR's in the country at Pittsburgh in Mike Wallace, and you're calling me an idiot? We've consistently recruited better players than MSU and they had a non-offensive bulldog as their mascot. Colonel Reb didn't have a damn thing to do with our recruiting, LSU, 'Bama, UT, and Auburn did. It isn't easy to recruit in Mississippi, regardless of what their mascot is. I'm not pissed that they changed the mascot; I'm pissed at the way they went about it. Colonel Reb wasn't even ON the ballot so how in the hell can they honestly say they left it up to the alum, current students, and season ticket-holders? That stupid ass bear was chosen before the first ballot was cast.

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  17. And one of the thing LSU, Bama, UT and Auburn did in recruiting was ask kids and their parents why would they even consider a school with a plantation owner as a mascot and a bunch of prissy white kids glorifying the "old south" with stars and bars and other things that make their prep selves feel country.

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  18. There's not one black athlete that I've heard from say anything negative about Ole Miss, the Rebels, the Grove, or Oxford. Much the opposite. ...you were saying? Do you know anything about football? Ever seen an Ole Miss game? We're not exactly the lilly-white South African Springboks before the ending of apartheid.

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  19. http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs080.snc3/14754_1256785575531_1106363387_789165_3414952_n.jpg

    Look at all those crackas, "anonymous". Probably headed to a Klan rally, right before the rub Chucky Mullin's bust for luck. /sarcasm

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  20. I'm going to agree with RebelKev here. I doubt that having a bear as a mascot is going to blow the roof off the recruiting of black players in Oxford.

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  21. Yep, only in the South. . . whuzzat?!?!

    http://deadspin.com/5671204/the-ugly-racially-charged-fight-over-a-confederate-mascot-in-vermont

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