£5 if you can reply to this without being banned

Soggy4978

Old-Salt
Book Reviewer
#2
It looks like an interesting collection of memorabilia from a time when values were different to today's.


Where do I collect my fiver?
 
#3
Surely if you are offended by racism, etc, why would you go to a museum of racist memorabilia? Dumb cunts
 
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Mr_Tigger

Guest
#5
I am a committed and violent racist and so is my wife.

Actually that is bullshit.

I don't have a wife.
 

B_AND_T

MIA
Book Reviewer
#7
An interesting article, how times have changed.

I will PM you my address.
 

the_boy_syrup

LE
Book Reviewer
#10
It's a museum and it contains old things back when some values may be different.
You don't actually have to go in you know.
I bet it's probably quite a decent collection to view

Pick a charity and send the dosh

Thanks
Hope you've a lot of money.
 
#11
The museum allows those misguided caucasian individuals amongst us, who have not acepted the collective guilt, to recant and beg forgiveness for partaking in a vile trade that started when some Africans began selling other Africans off to our guilty caucasian forebears.

Can I get the fiver because I edited out 254 expletives before posting.
 
#12
Strange, this actually looks less racist than the Daily Mail's gardening section.
 
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PrinceAlbert

Guest
#13
I fail to see why people are offended by this?

If people can't find humour in the lack of understanding and tolerance in the by gone era then they are very short sighted.

Times have changed, people have changed, and attitudes have changed.

Fuck the RBL.....I want my £5 in shiny freshly minted 1 pence pieces delivered to my house, on foot, by a young black lad.
 
#15
The museum allows those misguided caucasian individuals amongst us, who have not accepted the collective guilt, to recant and beg forgiveness for partaking in a vile trade that started when some Africans began selling other Africans off to our guilty caucasian forebears.

Can I get the fiver because I edited out 254 expletives before posting.
 
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count_duckula

Guest
#16
I fail to see why people are offended by this?

If people can't find humour in the lack of understanding and tolerance in the by gone era then they are very short sighted.

Times have changed, people have changed, and attitudes have changed.

Fuck the RBL.....I want my £5 in shiny freshly minted 1 pence pieces delivered to my house, on foot, by a young black lad.
That can be arranged: I'll have him carry it on his head.
 
#17
Will the curator consider loaning this collection to the Scots and Scousers? Or do they have their own collections?
 
#18
A very interesting exhibition, I am sure, highlighting a time when one group of Americans thought they were vastly superior to another group of Americans and hopefully telling a cautionary tale.Not much different to the concentration camp museums we have in Europe.Please send my fiver to the RNLI. Thanks very much.
 
#20
An interesting historical collection. People might be offended, but they've also been educated and that's the point of museums of all kinds.

£5 to H4H please.
 

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