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  • Submitted: Sun, March 03, 2013
  • Updated: Mon, March 04, 2013

  • Reported By: Kai — Virginia Beach Virginia USA
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7-Eleven -The mind of a bigot is like the pupil of the eye: the more light you pour upon it, the more it will contract, Internet

*Author of original report: My COLOR/COLOUR; MY PHYSICAL APPEARANCE; HOW ABOUT YOU?

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     I have been working for 7-Eleven for 13 years.  I started working at this store (1510 Brambleton, Norfolk, VA) in 2010, which was partially owned by Raj Masand as franchisee from Pune (Poona), India.  I tried to protect and help this store and 7-Eleven Corporation.  After hiring anew Manager, everything changed.  This store located by Norfolk State University, so it is a busy store.  Even in a peak season, the Manager never put more than three cashiers. 

I notified the owner about this, but he mentioned that he gives her full authority to the Manager.  In 2010, when I was working around 8 pm, four or five gangsters came to the store to steal some beers.  I tried to stop them, but they pushed me back to the corner and hit the edge of the counter.  I got injury in my head and I was sent to emergency room in Norfolk General Hospital.  I got more than ten stitches.  Since that time, I felt that my eyesight and memory are not the same anymore.

     According to relevant facts, which I put in my previous complaint, I am sure that Regent University was playing behind the scene as a conspiracy hate group. Althea Kime tapped my phone conversation, according to Verizon Wireless.  Someone went into my house without a warrant.  My next door stole my important documents and flash drives.  We have assigned parking spot at my apartment premises, but they purposely park in my space.  I notified the Landlord, and he tried to solve the issue.  However, he doesn't solve to the end. 

When I called him he told me to park in other empty space.  He needs to call towing company to tow it, otherwise they might do the same thing.  I sent my rent to my Landlord on December 3, 2012 as I usually sent to the same address.  After three weeks later, I checked my account, but the check was not clear yet.  Therefore, I called him whether he received it or not.  He said that he never received it, so I sent another check with priority mail along with delivery confirmation.  This time he couldn't lie about it, however, he kept saying he never received it. 

I traced it and said, "Your mail was forwarded to different address based on the instruction."  After a week later, my mail was delivered in Connecticut.  What a hell is going on in the world?  This Landlord is also working together with this Conspiracy Hate Group, and they used his black tenants to steal my important documents.  I received my first void check from my Landlord after the third check, and I received the last one after two weeks later.  I am sure that this is obstruction of my mail based on Postal Regulation.

     In addition to this, in February 2013, at 9:00 pm, when I was at my register, a black person looks under age came to me and tried to buy some cans of beer.  According to 7-Eleven and ABC regulation, the employee must check customer's ID.  I never get a red card, but I am scared to get one.  Therefore, I asked him to show me his ID.  He became offensive, and didn't want to show his ID.  I denied the transaction.  He didn't say anything, but two women behind him approached and attacked me with her racial slur. 

What is going on with you Philippino sh*t?  You shouldn't belong here.  You should go back to where you came from, and they throw at me with gums, brownies, and water bottles.  I responded to them what you are trying to say nigger.  The store has a full video surveillance, so the evidence must be traceable.  Actually, this was physical assault.  Who has double standard?  This is assumption of risk. 

After two days later, she reported this incidents to the Field Consultant (Richard Stool, it might have a strange synonym in medical terms, if I misspelled it please forgive me) of 7-Eleven, I called him and explained to him the incidents.  He mentioned that he will review it, but according to the Manager, he never reviewed the tape.  My conclusion is that he is the puppet of Regent University, and he might get bribery from them or he himself is a racist or anti-Asian.  Sooner or later, a lawyer will review this tape and investigate it.    

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1.  Asian American            Brown/Yellow                YES
2.  Hair                            Black                            YES
3.  Eye (Pupil)                  Brown/Black                  YES
4.  A**hole                       Black                             NO-NO-NO, so begone Sir!!!

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searchPearson v. ChungCourtSuperior Court of the District of ColumbiaFull case nameRoy L. Pearson, Jr. v.Soo Chung, et al.Date decided2009Judge(s) sittingJudith BartnoffPearson v. Chung, better known as the "pants lawsuit",[1] is a civil case filed in 2005 by Roy L. Pearson, Jr., an administrative law judge in the District of Columbia in the United States, following a dispute with a dry cleaning company over a lost pair of trousers. Pearson filed suit against Soo Chung, Jin Nam Chung and Ki Y. Chung, the owners of Custom Cleaners in Washington, D.C., initially demanding $67 million for inconvenience, mental anguish and attorney's fees for representing himself, as a result of their failure, in Pearson's opinion, to live up to a "satisfaction guaranteed" sign that was displayed in the store. The case drew international attention[2][3] when it went to trial in 2007 and has been held up as an example of frivolous litigation and the need for tort reform in the United States.[4]Contents [hide] 1 Lawsuit1.1 Trial1.2 Decision1.3 Post-trial motions and appeal2 Cultural impact3 Further reading4 See also5 References6 External links[edit] LawsuitPearson sued a D.C. dry cleaning establishment, Custom Cleaners, for over $67 million for the loss of a pair of pants. On May 3, 2005, Pearson allegedly left a pair of gray pants that could be distinguished by a unique trio of belt loops on both sides of the front waistband. After a delay due to the pants being mistakenly sent to another dry cleaners, the pants were offered back completed several days after May 5, 2005, the initial pickup date. Pearson refused to accept the pants, claiming they were not his, despite confirmation by the cleaners' records, tags, and Pearson's receipt. Pearson demanded what he claimed to be the price of the pants as compensation, an amount of over $1000, which the Chungs refused. As a result, Pearson filed suit in the District of Columbia's Superior Court. The judge to whom the case was presented decided to bring it to trial on the basis of two of Pearson's claims. The first claim was the issue of the ownership by Pearson of the presented pair of pants. The second claim was on the issue of signs posted outside the business, advertising "Same Day Service" and "Satisfaction Guaranteed", which Pearson claimed to be misleading.[5]Over time, the Chungs presented three settlement offers in the amounts of $3000, $4600, and $12000, all of which were rejected by Pearson. D.C. Superior Court Judge Neal Kravitz stated that "the court has significant concerns that the plaintiff is acting in bad faith." The judge resolved some of the issues in the Chungs' favor in response to their motion for summary judgment, which was filed at the close of discovery, but could not dismiss the case because some facts were in dispute.The owners of the business, South Korean immigrants Jin Nam Chung, Soo Chung and their son, Ki Chung, were reportedly considering moving back to South Korea.[6] After an outpouring of support for the Chungs from members of the public, a website was set up to accept donations for the Chungs' legal defense.[7]On May 30, 2007, Pearson reduced his demands to $54 million in damages rather than $67 million. Among his requests were $500,000 in attorney's fees, $2 million for "discomfort, inconvenience, and mental distress", and $15,000, which he claimed would be the cost to rent a car every weekend to drive to another dry cleaning service. The remaining $51.5 million would be used to help similarly dissatisfied D.C. consumers sue businesses.[8][9] Pearson also re-focused his lawsuit from the missing pants to the removal of window signs for "Satisfaction Guaranteed" and "Same Day Service". Pearson claimed the signs represented fraud on the part of the Chungs. The Chungs' lawyer, Christopher Manning, alleged that the signs could only be considered fraud if a reasonable person would be misled by them, and that a reasonable person would not see the signs as an unconditional promise. The Chungs' lawyer portrayed Pearson as a bitter, financially insolvent man; under questioning, Pearson admitted that, at the start of the court case, he had only $10002000 in the bank due to divorce proceedings, and was collecting unemployment benefits.[edit] TrialOn June 12, 2007, the trial began. Pearson broke down in tears during an explanation about his frustration after losing his pants, and a short recess had to be declared.[10][edit] DecisionOn June 25, 2007, the trial ended with District of Columbia Superior Court Judge Judith Bartnoff ruling in favor of the dry cleaners, and awarding them court costs pursuant to a motion which the Chungs later withdrew.[11] The court took judicial notice of Pearson's divorce proceedings, where he was sanctioned $12,000 by the trial court for "creating unnecessary litigation and threatening both [Rhonda] VanLowe and her lawyer with disbarment."[12][13][edit] Post-trial motions and appealPearson made a motion on July 11, 2007 to reconsider in the trial court, stating that he felt the judge had "committed a fundamental legal error" and had failed to address his legal claims.[14] Pearson stated that he believed the court had imposed its own conditional interpretation of 'satisfaction guaranteed' rather than what Pearson believes is an offer of unconditional and unambiguous satisfaction. The court denied the motion.[15]It was revealed on August 2, 2007 that a panel recommended Pearson not be given a ten-year term as an Administrative Law Judge, after his initial two-year term expired mid-2007, in part because his suit against Mr Chung demonstrated a lack of "judicial temperament." Pearson was appointed in 2005 and will lose his $100,512 salary if a hearing upholds that decision.[16] On October 22, a D.C. commission voted against reappointing Pearson, a graduate of the Northwestern University School of Law, to the bench of the Office of Administrative Hearings.[17] On November 14, it was confirmed that Pearson had lost his job by not being affirmed for an extension.[18]Roy Pearson filed suit against Washington DC on May 2, 2008, claiming that he had been wrongfully dismissed for exposing corruption within the Office of Administrative Hearings. Pearson sought $1 million in compensation for lost wages and punitive damages as well as his job back.[19] On July 23, 2009, federal district judge Ellen Segal Huvelle dismissed Pearson's May 2008 lawsuit, claiming that the District of Columbia had not broken the law by not reappointing him as an administrative law judge. Pearson had maintained in the suit that the failure to reappoint him to the ten-year term was in part intended as retaliation for his suit against the dry cleaners.[20] Pearson lost his appeal when the D.C. Circuit ruled against him on May 27, 2010.[21]The Chungs moved to recover $83,000 in attorneys' fees and impose sanctions, but withdrew the motion after recovering their costs through fund-raising. The Chungs stated that they did so in the hopes of persuading Pearson to stop litigating,[22] but on August 14, 2007, Pearson filed a notice of appeal.[22]On September 10, 2008, an appellate court agreed to hear Pearson's appeal in P. v. Chung, scheduled for October 22, 2008. Manning represented the Chungs on the appeal pro bono. On December 18, 2008, the three-judge D.C. Court of Appeals panel that heard Pearson's appeal announced that they were rejecting it. According to the Washington Post, "Pearson has two remaining avenues of appeal left: He could ask the entire nine-judge appellate court to review the case, or ask the U.S. Supreme Court to weigh in."[23] On January 6, 2009, Roy Pearson filed a petition with the D.C. Court of Appeals, requesting the case be reheard this time by a nine-judge panel.[24] On March 2, 2009, the appeals court rejected his request to have the case reheard by the full panel. Pearson's final option was to ask the U.S. Supreme Court to hear the case.[25] The 90-day deadline for seeking Supreme Court review elapsed without Pearson filing a petition for certiorari. Pearson's appeal options thus exhausted, the long-running dispute finally came to an end.[edit] Cultural impactThe unusual circumstances of this case led the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, and dozens of bloggers to refer to it as "The Great American Pants Suit,"[26][27] and to Pearson as "Judge Fancy Pants."[28][29] The case has garnered considerable international attention. BBC News quoted Chris Manning, attorney for the Chung family, as saying that the experience for the Chungs has become the "American nightmare"an ironic reference to the American Dream.[30] Fortune magazine listed the case at #37 in its "101 Dumbest Moments in Business" of 2007.[31] Cracked.com listed the case as "Exhibit 1" in its 2008 article "9 Insane Cases that Prove the US Legal System Is Screwed."[32]On July 24, 2007, the American Tort Reform Association and the Institute for Legal Reform of the United States Chamber of Commerce hosted a fundraiser for the Chungs to help pay their attorneys fees that reported having raised up to $64,000.[33] The Chungs say they have received close to $100,000 from supporters to cover their attorneys' fees and lost business.[22]Citing a loss of revenue and emotional strain from the lawsuit, the Chungs announced, on September 19, 2007, that they have closed and sold the dry cleaning shop involved in the dispute. The Chungs still own one additional dry cleaning shop and have stated they will be focusing their attention and resources on their remaining shop.[34]The incident and lawsuit served as a basis for "Bottomless", an 18th-season episode of Law & Order.[edit] Further readingPearson v. Chung, Joint Pre-trial Statement (Superior Court of the District of Columbia 2007).Pearson v. Chung, Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law (Superior Court of the District of Columbia June 25, 2007).Pearson v. Chung, Plaintiff's Motion for Reconsideration (Superior Court of the District of Columbia July 10, 2007).Pearson v. Chung, et al., Opinion of the Court, No. 07-CV-872 (District of Columbia Court of Appeals December 18, 2008).Pearson v. District of Columbia, et al., Memorandum Opinion, No. 08-758 (United States District Court for the District of Columbia July 23, 2009).[edit] See alsoVexatious litigation[edit] References^ Paul Courson "Judge in pants lawsuit sues to get job back". CNN. 2008-05-02. http://articles.cnn.com/2008-05-02/us/pants.lawsuit_1_compensatory-damages-dry-cleaning-business-judge?_s=PM:US. Retrieved 2011-04-12.^ Lubna Takruri, "Judge Who Lost $54M Suit Not Giving Up Pants Fight", Associated Press, 2007-07-09^ "Drycleaners win 'pants' suit". World News Australia. http://www.worldnewsaustralia.com.au/region.php?id=137947&region=4. Retrieved 2007-07-22.^ American Tort Reform Association, press release, 2007-06-25^ Manning, Christopher. "The Facts of Pearson V. Chung". Manning Sossamon. http://manning-sossamon.com/pantfacts/. Retrieved 2009-04-16.^ "54 million lawsuit over South Korean Dry Cleaner". http://english.pravda.ru/news/world/93815-0/.^ "Custom Cleaners Defense Fund". http://www.customcleanersdefensefund.com/. Retrieved 2007-06-06.^ Fisher, Marc (June 14, 2007). "Wearing Down the Judicial System with a Pair of Pants". The Washington Post. http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2007/06/13/AR2007061302033.html. Retrieved 2007-06-14.^ "Pants Extra: Inside the Courtroom". The Washington Post. June 14, 2007. http://blog.washingtonpost.com/rawfisher/2007/06/pants_extra_inside_the_courtro.html. Retrieved 2007-06-14.^ Fisher, Marc (June 13, 2007). "Judge Who Seeks Millions for Lost Pants Has His (Emotional) Day in Court". The Washington Post. http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2007/06/12/AR2007061201667.html?hpid=moreheadlines. Retrieved 2007-06-13. "Before trial began yesterday in the case of the D.C. judge who sued his neighborhood dry cleaners after they lost his pants, the most extraordinary fact was Roy Pearson's demand for $65 million in damages. That was before Pearson, an administrative law judge, broke down while testifying about the emotional pain of having the cleaners give him the wrong pants. It was before an 89-year-old woman in a wheelchair told of being chased out of the cleaners by an angry owner. And it was before she compared the owners of Custom Cleaners in open court to Nazis."^ "Administrative Law Judge Loses $54 Million Pants Lawsuit". NBC4 (NBC). http://www.nbc4.com/news/13561404/detail.html?treets=dc&tml=dc_break&ts=T&tmi=dc_break_1_09230306252007. Retrieved 2007-06-25. "A D.C. Superior Court judge has sided with the defendants in a $54 million lawsuit over a pair of pants. According to the judge's decision, the plaintiff, administrative law Judge Roy Pearson Jr., will take nothing from Soo Chung and Jim Nam Chung, the owners of Custom Cleaners."^ Law.com - Ethics Complaint Filed Against Judge Over His $65M Suit Against Dry Cleaners^ Roy L. Pearson, Jr. v. Rhonda S. Vanlowe^ "Customer pursues $54M lawsuit against dry cleaners". CBC News (CBC.CA). 2007-07-12. http://www.cbc.ca/consumer/story/2007/07/12/lawsuit-drycleaner.html. Retrieved 2007-07-13.^ WUSA9.com | Washington, DC | Judge Refuses To Reconsider Ruling In Pants Case^ Fisher, Marc. "First, Pants Man Loses Case. Next, His Job.". Washington Post. http://blog.washingtonpost.com/rawfisher/2007/08/first_pants_man_loses_case_nex.html. Retrieved 2007-08-03.^ Alexander, Keith L. (October 23, 2007). "Judge Set to Lose Job, Sources Say". Washington Post. http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2007/10/22/AR2007102202170.html?hpid=moreheadlines. Retrieved May 22, 2010.^ "Judge loses more than pants in lawsuit". Associated Press. November 14, 2007. http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20071114/ap_on_fe_st/odd_67_million_pants;_ylt=AsBCsFWuBp0r5ONmYww_dogsQE4F.^ Emil Steiner (2008-05-06). "Roy Pearson's Latest Lawsuit". The Washington Post. http://blog.washingtonpost.com/offbeat/2008/05/roy_pearson_suing_district_to.html.^ Wilber, Del Quentin (July 29, 2009). "Ex-Judge's Lawsuit Thrown Out". Washington Post. http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/story/2009/07/28/ST2009072801193.html. Retrieved July 29, 2009.^ Koppel, Nathan (May 27, 2010). ""Pants Judge" Roy Pearson Strikes Out in Court". Wall Street Journal Law Blog. http://blogs.wsj.com/law/2010/05/27/pants-judge-roy-pearson-strikes-out-in-court/. Retrieved July 26, 2010.^ a b c Henri E. Cauvin (2007-08-15). "Judge Who Filed Suit Plans to Appeal Defeat". Washington Post. http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2007/08/14/AR2007081401080.html. Retrieved 2007-08-15.^ Alexander, Keith L. (December 18, 2008). "Appeals Court Rejects Request for New Trial in Pants Case". Washington Post. http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2008/12/18/AR2008121801345.html. Retrieved 2008-12-18.^ "Another hearing sought in missing pants case". http://www.wtop.com/?nid=25&sid=1553462. Retrieved 2009-01-06.^ "Pants Hearing Rejected". The Washington Post. March 3, 2009. http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/03/02/AR2009030202782.html. Retrieved 2009-03-03.^ Rob Anderson (2007-06-26). "Today's Hot Topics". The Washington Post. http://blog.washingtonpost.com/editorialist/2007/06/todays_hot_topics_the_courts_r.html. Retrieved 2011-06-25.^ "$67 million pants". The Wall Street Journal. 2007-06-26. http://online.wsj.com/article/SB118282035117847903.html?mod=opinion&ojcontent=otep. Retrieved 2011-06-25.^ Lubna Takruri (Associated Press) (2007-06-27). "'Fancy pants' loses wacky lawsuit". IOL News (iol.co.za) (Independent News & Media). http://www.iol.co.za/index.php?click_id=29&art_id=nw20070626085830203C566506&set_id=1.^ Lubna Takruri (Associated Press) (2007-06-26). "Judge sides with cleaner in pants suit". Deseret News. http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_qn4188/is_20070626/ai_n19324359.^ "US man loses $54m trousers claim". BBC News. June 25, 2007. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/americas/6238364.stm. Retrieved 2007-07-15.^ "101 Dumbest Moments in Business". Fortune. December 19, 2007. http://money.cnn.com/galleries/2007/fortune/0712/gallery.101_dumbest.fortune/37.html. Retrieved 2007-12-19.^ Luke McKinney (2008-06-12). "9 Insane Cases that Prove the US Legal System Is Screwed". Cracked.com website. http://www.cracked.com/article_16358_9-insane-cases-that-prove-us-legal-system-screwed.html?wa_user1=5&wa_user2=History&wa_user3=article&wa_user4=yesincite. Retrieved 2012-08-15.^ Support the Chungs^ "Dry Cleaner in Pants Suit Closes (Associated Press)". Action News 6abc.com (WPVI-TV Philadelphia, PA). Wednesday, September 19, 2007. http://abclocal.go.com/wpvi/story?section=news/national_world&id=5665422. Retrieved 2011-06-25.[edit] External linksManning & Sossamon. "The Facts of Pearson v. Chung". http://www.manning-sossamon.com/pantfacts.htm. Retrieved 2007-07-20."Roy L. Pearson, Jr. Biography". Archived from the original on 2007-05-02. http://web.archive.org/web/20070502045813/http://oah.dc.gov/oah/cwp/view,A,3,Q,604474.asp. Retrieved 2007-05-02. From the Office of Administrative Hearings, via the Internet Archive Wayback Machine, as of May 2, 2007.

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Help -   Search -   Members -   CalendarFull Version: Black Judge who sued Korean Dry Cleaners Loses his JudgeshipAsia Finest Discussion Forum > Asian Culture > Korean ChatCoreasFinestAug 3 2007, 06:49 PMhttp://blog.washingtonpost.com/rawfisher/2...s_case_nex.html



Read it about it here. Henry123Aug 3 2007, 06:53 PM  I'm not surprise.   chucky3176Aug 3 2007, 07:29 PM  Not so fast. Read the last paragraph.  The Chungs are still facing financial ruin even when they won the court case.  They can't collect.  I think that's what the black judge was aiming for. slider5Aug 3 2007, 07:33 PM  HA justice has been served and not really I msure he would of been a judge and other things for some time and amassed some sizeabel assets like property, accounts savings, cars etc... Mizz_Luv3rAug 3 2007, 07:37 PM  I think we all knew he would. Now, he'll be washing and dry cleaning his own clothes. CoreasFinestAug 3 2007, 07:40 PMQUOTE(chucky3176 @ Aug 3 2007, 08:29 PM) [snapback]3105143[/snapback]Not so fast. Read the last paragraph.  The Chungs are still facing financial ruin even when they won the court case.  They can't collect.  I think that's what the black judge was aiming for.



Meanwhile, at a fundraiser for the Chungs last week, donors contributed more than $62,000 toward the legal fees the family incurred in their defense against the Pearson suit. Another $30,000-plus came in from Post readers and others who made contributions to a defense fund around the time of the trial in June. The total comes close to covering the Chung's bills for the first round of the case, but Pearson's push to appeal the ruling will mean further legal fees for the immigrant family.



Looks like they've received alot of support. CoreasFinestAug 3 2007, 07:42 PM  double post moobieAug 3 2007, 08:09 PM  Someone shoot that guy. KaptainAmerikkkaAug 3 2007, 08:09 PM  THank god.  The whole thing was a joke to American society enomosikiAug 3 2007, 11:10 PMQUOTE(chucky3176 @ Aug 3 2007, 08:29 PM) [snapback]3105143[/snapback]Not so fast. Read the last paragraph.  The Chungs are still facing financial ruin even when they won the court case.  They can't collect.  I think that's what the black judge was aiming for.



There's still one option left, however; asset seizures. If lucky, the Chung family can sue Pearson into having to pay for the money by making him sell off whatever he has in possession, most likely his house since, you know, he doesn't even have a car judging by the fact that he was asking for 20-years' worth of car rental fee in the lawsuit, unless he is renting the house. CoreasFinestAug 3 2007, 11:34 PM  Whats funny are black Americans. They get persecuted and no one gives a $hit, some avg Korean family gets sued running dry cleaners and people are donating money towards their cause. kimberlyAug 3 2007, 11:59 PM  It is kinda seem little racist. But I have never met any clever black person. Sorry, If it is too discramnated. Only black person who knows his job I have met was teller of BAnk of america.  He was like only black person who knows his job very well, and really certain about it.





others.......  CoreasFinestAug 4 2007, 12:05 AMQUOTE(kimberly @ Aug 4 2007, 12:59 AM) [snapback]3106272[/snapback]It is kinda seem little racist. But I have never met any clever black person. Sorry, If it is too discramnated. Only black person who knows his job I have met was teller of BAnk of america.  He was like only black person who knows his job very well, and really certain about it.

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I remember I had a black friend who told me blacks arent that academic cause of slavery but if you look at Africa they run around naked in the 21st century. bigboyAug 4 2007, 02:22 AMQUOTE(CoreasFinest @ Aug 3 2007, 10:05 PM) [snapback]3106302[/snapback]I remember I had a black friend who told me blacks arent that academic cause of slavery but if you look at Africa they run around naked in the 21st century.



lucky KaptainAmerikkkaAug 4 2007, 05:35 AMQUOTE(kimberly @ Aug 4 2007, 12:59 AM) [snapback]3106272[/snapback]It is kinda seem little racist. But I have never met any clever black person. Sorry, If it is too discramnated. Only black person who knows his job I have met was teller of BAnk of america.  He was like only black person who knows his job very well, and really certain about it.

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My father says the same thing.  Most either goof off or try to rip you off.  I guess it's the AMERICAN WAY~! PB.Aug 4 2007, 05:41 AM  This whole thread reminds me of Menace II Society, LA Riots, and Boyz in the hood frozen_koreanAug 4 2007, 08:21 AM  This "judge" has gone too far. Seriously I cant believe the racism by blacks towards Koreans. Its not like the LA riots werent enough... Kono10Aug 4 2007, 09:44 AMQUOTE(CoreasFinest @ Aug 4 2007, 12:05 AM) [snapback]3106302[/snapback]I remember I had a black friend who told me blacks arent that academic cause of slavery but if you look at Africa they run around naked in the 21st century.



Stop being ignorant! Don't you understand that blacks have been oppressed by the whites since forever?! You need to stop it with your ignorance and learn some history. AgentBachAug 4 2007, 10:23 AMQUOTE(frozen_korean @ Aug 4 2007, 09:21 AM) [snapback]3106998[/snapback]This "judge" has gone too far. Seriously I cant believe the racism by blacks towards Koreans. Its not like the LA riots werent enough...

True that. It's like "COME ON, DON'T YOU PEOPLE EVEN TRY?" "WHAT'S THE POINT OF HUMANITARIAN AID FOR THESE PEOPLE?" dancingbymyselfAug 4 2007, 10:31 AMQUOTE(kimberly @ Aug 4 2007, 12:59 AM) [snapback]3106272[/snapback]It is kinda seem little racist. But I have never met any clever black person. Sorry, If it is too discramnated. Only black person who knows his job I have met was teller of BAnk of america.  He was like only black person who knows his job very well, and really certain about it.

others....... 





Rotfl, haven't you seen that commercial with all the things black people invented. Also the reason that alot of black people come off as dumb is because in alot of "ghetto" places theres a culture of anti-learning. Parents don't think its nessasary(sp?) for they're kids to haver an education at all. hupehdesiAug 6 2007, 06:06 PMQUOTE(kimberly @ Aug 3 2007, 09:59 PM) [snapback]3106272[/snapback]It is kinda seem little racist. But I have never met any clever black person. Sorry, If it is too discramnated. Only black person who knows his job I have met was teller of BAnk of america.  He was like only black person who knows his job very well, and really certain about it.

others.......  You are such a fu-king racist,go to atlanta and see how capable the blacks are over there you idiot they practically run the city and I have to say it is a vey well run city.

Captain CoreaAug 6 2007, 07:49 PM  The judge was an idiot, but the racist coments on this thread make me cringe.  *promoAug 6 2007, 08:15 PMQUOTE(Captain Corea @ Aug 6 2007, 05:49 PM) [snapback]3113269[/snapback]The judge was an idiot, but the racist coments on this thread make me cringe. 





it just shows u why this got so far.





and i wonder how this guy got to be a judge. if this dude was my judge that i lost a case to i'd back in court with appeal against the judge, better judgement. TakashiAug 7 2007, 03:34 AMQUOTE(kimberly @ Aug 4 2007, 05:59 AM) [snapback]3106272[/snapback]It is kinda seem little racist. But I have never met any clever black person. Sorry, If it is too discramnated. Only black person who knows his job I have met was teller of BAnk of america.  He was like only black person who knows his job very well, and really certain about it.

others....... 

lol that unbelievably ignorant. Over in the UK you have a lot of black students on difficult courses - medicine, law etc. JarhierAug 7 2007, 11:19 AM  he probably has connection within black community anyways. since he already has good resume, i dont think it wont be too hard for him to find a next job regardless.



yea i agree that his motive was to screw korean immigrants. america is wonderful. kboy79Aug 7 2007, 12:25 PMQUOTE(dancingbymyself @ Aug 4 2007, 11:31 AM) [snapback]3107205[/snapback]Rotfl, haven't you seen that commercial with all the things black people invented. Also the reason that alot of black people come off as dumb is because in alot of "ghetto" places theres a culture of anti-learning. Parents don't think its nessasary(sp?) for they're kids to haver an education at all.





How ironic.  You think a lot of black people come as "dumb" b/c they are "anti-learning", yet you can't even spell "necessary".  And I'm not even getting into your grammar.   At least use spell check.  This is the exact epitome of an ignorant person regardless of what race they are.



Maybe your parents were "anti-learning" as well. intheblackAug 7 2007, 09:51 PMQUOTE(KaptainAmerikkka @ Aug 4 2007, 06:35 AM) [snapback]3106724[/snapback]My father says the same thing.  Most either goof off or try to rip you off.  I guess it's the AMERICAN WAY~!



your father must be a very small minded person (not to mention small P*nis)

if you agree with him, you can't be far behind...



With that said

Black Americans have contributed to every aspect of society; in fact they are world leaders even when most of them face exceptional challenges because of the color barrier.  They have and will overcome every aspect of racism and ignorance that plagues industrialized nations because of the majority's fear of losing everything they have. 

Military: Colin Powell

Govt: Nelson Mandela, Barak Obama

Music: Ray Charles, Quentin Marsalis

Science: George Washington Carver

Sports: Jordan, Woods, Rice

In short koreans haven't done anything but cry and complain.

Americans=Greatness

koreans=fall short

So tell me where are the notable koreans? singing songs? being taken hostage? oh i forgot, envoying to America for help. corkyAug 7 2007, 10:21 PM  on a purely selfish note i am delighted he is black. what about all the people here and elsewhere using this as bash whitey material. i am sure those same morons are now using it a bash blacky ammunition. but just goes to show how racist reactionists immediately respond on anything they ASSume will help recruit more idiots like them. could name the people here, but everyoneknows who they are. anyway delighted to hear whitey cant be blamed for this one.....or can he? enomosikiAug 8 2007, 08:35 AMQUOTE(intheblack @ Aug 7 2007, 10:51 PM) [snapback]3116462[/snapback]your father must be a very small minded person (not to mention small P*nis)

if you agree with him, you can't be far behind...



With that said

Black Americans have contributed to every aspect of society; in fact they are world leaders even when most of them face exceptional challenges because of the color barrier.  They have and will overcome every aspect of racism and ignorance that plagues industrialized nations because of the majority's fear of losing everything they have. 

Military: Colin Powell

Govt: Nelson Mandela, Barak Obama

Music: Ray Charles, Quentin Marsalis

Science: George Washington Carver

Sports: Jordan, Woods, Rice

In short koreans haven't done anything but cry and complain.

Americans=Greatness

koreans=fall short

So tell me where are the notable koreans? singing songs? being taken hostage? oh i forgot, envoying to America for help.



Saying such stuff about Koreans doesn't necessarily make you any better than Koreans who look down on Blacks. You must be either uneducated or just born dumb to be unable to grasp that fact.



And, as a matter of fact, Koreans in general are becoming more notable globally and not just limited to few areas like the U.S. You don't see Koreans craving for rockstar attention like many Blacks, many of whom (usually the worthless ones living in ghettos who have contributed absolutely nothing to the society and leech on the taxpayers) regularly go on to advertise about their "accomplishments" and scream "racism!" whenever someone points out their flaws, but rather slowly gather subtle respect among their surroundings. kboy79Aug 8 2007, 08:55 AMQUOTE(intheblack @ Aug 7 2007, 10:51 PM) [snapback]3116462[/snapback]your father must be a very small minded person (not to mention small P*nis)

if you agree with him, you can't be far behind...



With that said

Black Americans have contributed to every aspect of society; in fact they are world leaders even when most of them face exceptional challenges because of the color barrier.  They have and will overcome every aspect of racism and ignorance that plagues industrialized nations because of the majority's fear of losing everything they have. 

Military: Colin Powell

Govt: Nelson Mandela, Barak Obama

Music: Ray Charles, Quentin Marsalis

Science: George Washington Carver

Sports: Jordan, Woods, Rice

In short koreans haven't done anything but cry and complain.

Americans=Greatness

koreans=fall short

So tell me where are the notable koreans? singing songs? being taken hostage? oh i forgot, envoying to America for help.



Last time I checked, Mandala wasn't black American as you claimed.  THERE IS a difference between Africa and America.  Besides Carver, none of the people you listed contributed to every aspect of society as you claimed.  Tell me, what has Jordan done to contribute to our society?  Unless you count entertainment as a great contribution, there's no one that you mentioned that really contributed to anyting.  Woods?? The thing that makes him great is that any background can claim him as their own.  Charles?  Sure, if you like the cheating and abusive husband who can sing.  Powell was nothing but a Bush puppet...why do you think he quit?  How are they "world" leaders?



I can give you a lot of Koreans who have contributed to Korean society as well, but you wouldn't know any of them b/c America history doesn't teach anything except how great they are.  Give us Koreans another 20-30 years, and we'll see.





Americans=self pompus, self righ righteous, ignorant like this troll MythloreAug 8 2007, 09:06 AMQUOTE(enomosiki @ Aug 8 2007, 09:35 AM) [snapback]3117698[/snapback]the worthless ones living in ghettos who have contributed absolutely nothing to the society and leech on the taxpayers)Hands down the biggest recipients of welfare in america are...say it with me...Rich White People! Poor white people come in second place.



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Captain CoreaAug 8 2007, 09:07 AMQUOTE(intheblack @ Aug 7 2007, 09:51 PM) [snapback]3116462[/snapback]your father must be a very small minded person (not to mention small P*nis)

if you agree with him, you can't be far behind...



With that said

Black Americans have contributed to every aspect of society; in fact they are world leaders even when most of them face exceptional challenges because of the color barrier.  They have and will overcome every aspect of racism and ignorance that plagues industrialized nations because of the majority's fear of losing everything they have. 

Military: Colin Powell

Govt: Nelson Mandela, Barak Obama

Music: Ray Charles, Quentin Marsalis

Science: George Washington Carver

Sports: Jordan, Woods, Rice

In short koreans haven't done anything but cry and complain.

Americans=Greatness

koreans=fall short

So tell me where are the notable koreans? singing songs? being taken hostage? oh i forgot, envoying to America for help.



That is one of the strangest lists I've read on this forum (and thee have been A LOT ofstrange lists on this forum).



As the above poster mentioned, your list is just... off. Somehow you're equating mandela with the Greatness of America?? I don't get it.



Colin Powell lost credibility, and Barak has yet to really gain it.



If I was to look at the "Black Americans" that represented acheivement and greatness, it'd be the untold millions who have worked honest jobs for honest wages for centuries.



Just my opinion on this, I would not be surprised if in the next ten years we see a number of "Asian-Americans" rise to promiment positions in many fields in the US - you can't have that many Uni graduates and not have some influence.

JaselAug 8 2007, 10:01 AM  This thread fails Sam GyupsalAug 8 2007, 10:04 AMQUOTE(Jasel @ Aug 8 2007, 10:01 AM) [snapback]3117855[/snapback]This thread fails



Yes, it does.  Racism sucks.  BulldoggAug 8 2007, 10:29 AM  Good for the Chung's.

Sueing them for 54 million U$ is ridiculous, now that its all over.

I'm predicting that the soon to be ex-Judge will be hawlering race card.

A good example as to why he lost the case and was let go.

Very foolish from the get go. Disco GestapoAug 8 2007, 10:42 AM  Good, that guy's a fu-king whack job. MythloreAug 8 2007, 11:19 AMQUOTE(intheblack @ Aug 7 2007, 10:51 PM) [snapback]3116462[/snapback]your father must be a very small minded person (not to mention small P*nis)

if you agree with him, you can't be far behind...



With that said

Black Americans have contributed to every aspect of society; in fact they are world leaders even when most of them face exceptional challenges because of the color barrier.  They have and will overcome every aspect of racism and ignorance that plagues industrialized nations because of the majority's fear of losing everything they have. 

Military: Colin Powell

Govt: Nelson Mandela, Barak Obama

Music: Ray Charles, Quentin Marsalis

Science: George Washington Carver

Sports: Jordan, Woods, Rice

In short koreans haven't done anything but cry and complain.

Americans=Greatness

koreans=fall short

So tell me where are the notable koreans? singing songs? being taken hostage? oh i forgot, envoying to America for help.Look,let me tell you some things:



1.wIe hate humans. Your all ape-like,bleeding bipedal,defecating,expectorating,mammalian,opposable-thumbed,perspiring,pissing,quasi-sentient secreting mud pies.



Contemptible carbon cones. Dirt husks. Dirty water balloons. Mud muppets. Mobile solidified puddels of earth vomit.



Mobile mud dollops detesting one another,like fingers of a hand loathing their neighbouring fellow digits when all of you are just fecal pap smears of somber and varying hues.



Can't fathom why The Maker picked despicable dirt derivatives over us;however, time grows short for all you gross gravity-bound bacterium. A word from The Mighty is the ONLY thing that has held back the annihilation of Adam and Eve's scions.



Everyday you runny mud receptacles prove me and my kind right and earn your fate when all accounts are settled.



2.Racism make for a poor weapon against racism.



3.Your list sucks. Blacks contribution in the areas of dance,music {bee bop,blues,classical,doo wop jazz,rap,reggaeR&B,rock,soul,salsa,true hip hop} and sports should be a given. Woods is more asian than african-american.



Bump art,music and sports. Your a poor spokeperson for N*ggas,the progenitors of hominidae. In my current host(a N*gga) wIe can do better. It has much knowledge in this area..for a human.



Here's a decent list in no-particular order:

Farrah Gray- Entrepreneur,author of the book Reallionaire

Dr. Patrica Bath-Opthamologist.

Dr Mark Dean-Electrical Engineering.

Dr. Philip Emeagwali: Inventor of the World's Fastest Computer.

Dr Betty Harris-Chemist.

Dr Shirley Jackson-Inventor&Theoretical physicist.

Dr Charles Andrew-Blood Plasma.

Dr. Daniel Hale Williams-the first successful American open-heart surgery

Ralph Bunche- American political scientist, diplomat who received the 1950 Nobel Peace Prize.

Viven T.Thomas.....check on this dude...great example of what blacks go though..not that I give a damn.

Lonnie G Johnson-inventor and scientist who worked on the Galileo Jupiter probe and Mars Observer project.

Valerie Thomas: Inventor of the Illusion Transmitter.

John Henry Thompson: Computer Programming and Software Inventions.

Dr. James E. West: Electret Microphone Inventor.

Kenneth J. Dunkley is currently the president of the Holospace Laboratories Inc. in Camp Hill, Pennsylvania.

Adolph Shamms-Multi Stage rocket.

Wm.Harwell-Space shuttle retrieval arm.

G.T.Sampson-Clothes Drier.

Joseph N. Jackson-Programable remote controllers&Video commander.

Otis Boykin-Guided missile,Pace maker controls.

J.F. Pickering Air ship(Blimp).

W.B. Purvis-Fountain pen,Hand Stamp.

Alice H Parker-Heating Furnace.

Dewey Sanderson-Urinalysis Machine.

Paul E. Williams-Helicopter....De vinci designed the frist one.

Garrett Morgan-Gas Mask and Traffic light.

Alexander Miles-Elevator.

T. Elkins-Commode...Hey,you have to cop a squat every now and then..filthy humans.

Clatonia J Dorticus-Photo Embossing machine and print wash.

Geo Carruthers-Image converter&Radiation Detector.

George Cook-Automatic fishing reel.

Burridge&Marshman-Typewriter.

O Dorsey-Door Knob..You have to get in and out don't you?

R.B Spikes-Automatic Gear Shift.

Granville T Woods-Telephone System,Elector Mech Brake,auto air brake,electric cut-off switch,relay instrument.

Rufus J weaver-Stairclimbing Wheelchair.

J.B Winters-Fire escape ladder.

Tom J.Marshal Fire Extingusher.

John A Burr-Lawn mower.

Lester Lee-Laser Fuels.

F.W.Leslie-Envelope Seal.

Marie Brown-Home Security System.

Phil Brooks-Disosable Syringe.

H. Bradberry-Torpedo Discharger.

Frederick M. Jones-Air Conditioner,Internal combustion Engine,Starter generator,Portable refrigerator.

Edwin R Russell & George W. Reed -Mathematical Physics that worked on Fat Man and Little boy,the atomic bombs.

Neil deGrasse Tyson-Astronomers & Astrophysicists



Well that should make my point but knowing humans..heh..your all $hit stains.



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You sound like you are the racist. You can't lump an entire group of people together as being bad or being n*ggers because some poor blacks assaulted you. There are highly educated, successful blacks. You need to leave the job and leave where you live. Sounds like the same folks you work for are the same ones you rent from. That is never good. They have to much power in your life and you gave them this power.

Stop using racial epithets. You yourself are a man of COLOR and you yourself at one point and time would have been stereotyped and exploited and looked down apon just as blacks are. So don't think you are any different.

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