The Watch Dog response: I know how to spell ignant ass. I got the word from the Steve Harvey Show and I loved it because I knew it would agitate folk like you.
When I googled ignant when I 1st heard it on The Steve Harvey Show up until today I have not seen the definition you have here. However even if it was the definition I can choose how I spell words and say words because I am a grown ass man. Now get that!
Stephen High firstname.lastname@example.org
PLEASE LEARN HOW TO SPELL.
IGNANT IS NOT A WORD
IGNORANT IS THE CORRECT WORD.
IGNORANT means: lacking knowledge or awareness in general; uneducated or unsophisticated.
IGNANT is an old term not used anymore. It was used during the early 1800 with the Afro-American Community during the time of slavery. Why do black Americans seem they are the only people to have been slaves? There is Black slaves today in 2017 owned by black owners in Africa. There are black slaves today in 2017 in parts of the Arab world. God bless the women in these countries, they are treated as second class citizens. Excuse me, but I know you were never a slave nor your children. Quit playing a race game that you will never win. The Jewish people were the longest people to live as slaves, more than any other race. 6 million Jews murdered by Hitler. In Bible times they were slaves to the Babylonians, Syrians, and more.
I did not know Barbara Jordan was still alive.
The Watch Dog response: I hope the next owner also be a North Carolinian.
Jerry Richardson, who brought the Carolina Panthers to Charlotte as an NFL expansion franchise, announced plans Sunday night to sell the team hours after a blockbuster report by Sports Illustrated detailed payouts to former Panthers employees for inappropriate workplace conduct by Richardson.
Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers will likely have a new owner in place ahead of the 2018 season. (Photo by Grant Halverson/Getty Images)
“I believe that it is time to turn the franchise over to new ownership,” wrote Richardson in the letter published on the team’s website. “Therefore, I will put the team up for sale at the conclusion of this NFL season. We will not begin the sale process, nor will we entertain any inquiries, until the very last game is played.” (Forbes)
The Watch Dog response: This is sad and sad! Enough said!
The sudden death of CSX’s top executive most likely will not mean a reversal of course for the railroad giant’s derailed $270 million train hub in Rocky Mount.
Hunter Harrison died Saturday “due to unexpectedly severe complications from a recent illness,” according to a statement from CSX. The 73-year-old executive had taken a medical leave of absence Thursday sending company shares tumbling as much as 10 percent on the Nasdaq.
Interim CEO Jim Foote said the company would honor Harrison’s legacy by staying focused on his business plan of moving away from intermodal terminals.
That is bad news for Rocky Mount. Construction of the Carolina Connector, a trains-to-truck terminal on U.S 301 across from Wesleyan College, that was set to begin next month. Building the facility would have created up to 300 short-term jobs. Once operational, the hub would provide more than 300 direct, long-term jobs with average annual salaries of more than $60,000. Over time, the hub was expected to produce more than 1,500 jobs statewide, while attracting new businesses to the area and pumping an estimated $125 million into the state economy. (Rocky Mount Telegram)