QUOTE(PwnPirate @ Dec 1 2006, 09:54 PM)
That's a great argument, straight to the point with nothing to back it up.
The "N" word isn't anything. It's just some word used to offend people. In this situation, I think he used it perfectly to offend to the maximum amount. I believe he had every right to offend people, and therefore every right to say the "N" word.
To answer everyones definition this is what th N word really means.
A 17th century word used by white slave owners that they would call upon there black sl*ves when they weren't working or if they weren't working enough.
And the urban dictionary has this to say on the word.
a term that is racist, as long as the speaker of it is not black. Forbidden on most all of television and other forms of public entertainment, at times referenced to as the "n-word". However, "cr*cker", a term racist against whites, is a completely acceptable term used in any context of any national broadcast...hmm...
White man: I would like to know why "cr*cker" and, ahem, "ni**er" are not equally forbidden *white man is put on trial for racist slander*
Slang description for sl*ves who were brought mostly from West Africa by the Dutch, English, and Portuguese from what was then a huge "Nigerian Basin" which makes up part of the countries of Nigeria and Niger today.
Load the Ni**er's on the ship, time for an auction in Kingston.
But that doesn't give Kramer the right to say that because just like how its offending to black people the same way how they said cr*cker in response becomes the both mens crime."Do onto others as you would like them to do onto you"
Critism in comedy has always be none but either they were rioting by themselves or the others were rioting at him.
Also in the video listen and in one part you hear krammer say this
You guys have been talkin and talkin
So Krammer could of been the root of the sitution.
50 years ago we'd have you upside down with a f*cking fork up your *ss
Eeeh, Kramer went to far with that one did he not?