I learned some new codes that these youngsters be texting in their phones! TEENAGER CODES 😳
***Pay attention to these on your child’s phone.
53X = sneaky way to type “sex”
KMS = kill myself
LH6 = let’s have sex
KYS = kill yourself
MOS = mom over the shoulder
POS = parent over shoulder
CD9 = code 9, parents around
GNOC = get naked on camera.
99 = parents are gone
WTTP = want to trade photos?
LMIRL = let’s meet in real life
1174 = meet at a party spot
IWSN = I want sex now
CU46 = see you for sex
FWB = friends with benefits
ADR = what’s your address
MPFB = my personal f*** buddy
PAL= parents are listening
TWD = texting while driving
GYPO = get your pants off
We must pay attention to our children, what they text and most importantly who they say it too!!! Copy and paste!
One thing I do know is a black man can be dressed to impress, dressed as a businessman or other positive, speak affluent and etc. in a fashion that a white man can be seen in the same but I have heard of many incidents where the black man was treated as less human just because.
I am not going to get into a debate over who is the most racist but when folk do debate the issue, I ask that you make sure that the debate includes the status of the person carrying out the racist act. Actually I have not met a racist black man or know of one.
A black man being abused by a white man in authority be it law enforcement, supervisory role and other titles speaks volume.
A white man being challenged by a black man because of the racism displayed can not be compared to a white man in authority that use his power to carry out his mission.
A strange Supreme Court alliance just struck a blow against racial gerrymandering in the United States.
By Mark Joseph Stern
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas speaks at the memorial service for his former colleague Antonin Scalia on March 1, 2016, in Washington, D.C.
Susan Walsh-Pool/Getty Images
On Monday, the Supreme Court issued a landmark decision holding that two congressional districts in North Carolina were racially gerrymandered in violation of the Constitution. The broad ruling will likely have ripple effects on litigation across the country, helping plaintiffs establish that state legislatures unlawfully injected race into redistricting. And, in a welcome change, the decision did not split along familiar ideological lines: Justice Clarence Thomas joined the four liberal justices to create a majority, following his race-blind principles of equal protection to an unusually progressive result.
Cooper v. Harris, Monday’s case, involves North Carolina’s two most infamous congressional districts, District 1 and District 12. In the 1990s, the Democratic-controlled state legislature gerrymandered both districts into bizarre shapes that appeared to be drawn along racial lines. (Read more)
The Watch Dog response: Congressman G.K. Butterfield told us on Saturday at the 1st Congressional District Convention to be on the look out for the court ruling. Oops here it is.
By Matthew Burns and Cullen Browder
Washington — The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday upheld a lower-court ruling that North Carolina lawmakers relied too much on race when redrawing two congressional districts after the 2010 census.
The ruling doesn’t affect the 2016 elections or future elections because state lawmakers redrew the congressional voting map shortly after the February 2016 ruling, but it could set the stage for a similar ruling regarding North Carolina’s legislative districts, which were challenged on the same grounds.
A panel of three federal judges determined that the 1st Congressional District, which spread like an octopus across northeast North Carolina and has a tentacle that dips into Durham County, and the 12th Congressional District, which snaked along Interstate 85 between Greensboro and Charlotte, were drawn specifically so that the majority of voters in each were black. (Read more)
Thursday, May 25, 2017
6:00 – 7:30 pm
Pender Room, Edgecombe County Memorial Library, Tarboro
TENTATIVE AGENDA ITEMS
- Reports from County and District Conventions and Annual Meeting
- Planning for 2017 and 2018
- Internal Communications
- Finance and Fundraising
- Party Relations
- Action Committees for 2018
- Meeting Schedule
All members and those interested in our work
on behalf of the Democratic Party in Edgecombe County are invited.