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Massive Black Buffoonery Over the New Air Jordans: Should We Be Embarrassed?

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You’ve never seen black people embarrass themselves more than during the release of the new Air Jordans.  People lined up for hours outside of stores, mobs busted down the doors to the mall, people were getting robbed of their shoes and one woman was arrested for leaving her babies in the car so she could get a pair of shoes.

Check out this video below.  We’re speechless.

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19 Responses to Massive Black Buffoonery Over the New Air Jordans: Should We Be Embarrassed?

  1. The new Air Jordans are causing total ‘thuglife fail’ Congrats to Nike for causing large idiot collections to condense in small commercial areas.

    December 24, 2011 at 8:09 pm

  2. It’s sad they don’t understand they are being laughed at. I sad a race of people who’s worth is considered by a piece of merchandise with someone else’s name on it. This is why I never bought name brand and never will!

    December 24, 2011 at 8:40 pm

    • Hey I am embarrassed too but you can’t hold all black people accountable for a small group I buy name brand for comfort but would never act like that. it’s not that crucial to me.

      December 24, 2011 at 10:45 pm

  3. Don’t bother criticizing others. We are all insane!
    Try to understand that every human on this planet is insane to one degree or another! Everything that appears insane about one person in a certain instance or subject can also be found in each and every one of us in the same, or some other aspects or our lives. We live in an insane social structure that many of us are unable to comprehend as to how it has added to each of our already mixed up and confused consciousness and unconsciousness. In other words we are so messed up that we can’t tell how much we are, and the number of ways in which we are.

    What we can do however is see the faults in others and create blame for reasons we are completely unaware of or uneducated and religiously [infected] by. Many see the beliefs of others as crazy without truly scrutinizing their own and how they were indoctrinated to it.

    We live in complete denial of how corrupt and distorted our world of human life is and why. We tend to think more of ourselves than we do others and they think the same about us. And that, in and of itself, is a minute, generally undetectable sign of lunacy!
    It is very difficult for most people to accept their mental diseases. In denial they vehemently refuse to actually take note of the many ways each of them are just as insane as the next person. If you have an ounce of insight and are able to honestly take note of your defective mental habits and thoughts, then you will find that the psychotic overzealous activity over sports shoes is but a tiny example of lunacy. This example is, at the very least, mediocre compared to what each and every one of us is capable of doing and what many have said, done or thought to do, without ever realizing the lunacy of the process.

    Our parents were misguided insane people when they improperly raised us in this vile, corrupt, hateful, sick, murderous war mongering, society. A society that continues to inadequate teach poor examples of a proper living environment, and we are too insane to realize that we are passing all of those same traits down to each generation . It might then make sense to you to see that children are murdering each other in schools and neighborhoods, prison are being purposely overstocked and logic should give you the philosophical view that all of the bad traits we pass down to each generation is multiplied exponentially, and that things will only get worse!
    We will help things get worse because most of us cannot see true reality, will not listen to reason or logic, do not or cannot handle the truth, and believe that we have been living in a fairly just society. Most importantly, because of our insanity, people believe in things that should have long been left in the dark-ages of superstitions and make-believe!

    Exactly where do you think you are and exactly who do you think is controlling our lives? Your answer will more than likely be wrong and insane, because whether you realize it our not. We are all insane! You may not waste your money on overpriced sports shoes, but what will you waste your money on? Do you know that your money usually ends up in the hands of a group of elite who would just as well see you dead? Do you know how cheaply products are made, and what people suffer and die while producing your ‘expensive’ products? Why don’t you know how crazy you are?

    December 25, 2011 at 12:48 am

    • @WizardG I love you! Best response I’ve ever read on one of these things! & 100% correct!

      December 25, 2011 at 5:03 am

    • Good words, brother. You said it all.

      Xavier Moore
      December 25, 2011 at 5:57 am

    • This is a very intelligent comment which needs to be read and comprehended by all

      December 27, 2011 at 3:40 am

  4. The media shows young folks on the verge of rioting wherever they gather. A basketball game can not be played without an altercation. A football game can not go to the best team. What we recall is the fight. I am not sure what is happening. I choose not to characterize the participants as diminished human beings. I just do not know why the basketball players at Xavier University and University of Cincinnati had to embarrass themselves and their families by going ballistic. Help me somebody!

    charles mcgee
    December 25, 2011 at 3:06 am

  5. It’s a bit late to start criticizing observations of how blacks react to the latest releases of athlete named, brand name athletic footwear, especially Air Jordans. They’ve been around for well on two decades and at this point, I suspect that they will experience a more enduring history on shoe store shelves than their namesake Michael ever had on a basketball court. Unfortunately, this buffoonery isn’t exclusive of blacks pursuing overpriced, name brand footwear. We’ve all seen this behavior amongst those of various ethnicities seeking to acquire the latest sci-fi, fantasy, or action movie, video games, cellphones, or other miscellaneous non-essential consumer product.

    While I understand that it’s good for the consumer economy, it’s a clear sign that we as a nation have seriously misplaced our priorities. We should reach out to professional athletes who lend their names to companies to market goods and make them aware of our concerns. We should reach out to the companies that make and advertise these goods and encourage them to advertise with greater restraint. We should reach out to shoppers to better educate them and empower them to be buyers as opposed to mindless consumers.

    My only question now is, how do we start, and when?

    December 25, 2011 at 3:53 am

  6. Just plain sad.

    Wish our people who act like this when it comes to getting a good education or reading a book. Imagine where we would be now. Moreover, I bet most of the folks purchasing running shoes are recipients of some type of government benefit.; but yet they somehow have $200 of taxpayer’s $ to buy a pair of running shoes that cost a foreign sweat shop to make for $5 a pair.

    Some of us are just DUMB!!!

    Lastly, I bet these same people don’t line up early or bother to go VOTE which is something that is in their best interest, present/future.

    Kassi Lewis
    December 25, 2011 at 11:02 pm

  7. h**l no, I didn’t make a fool of myself. Why is it that every time some individuals, who happen be Black, do something stupid it’s somehow reflective of an entire race. We seem be to the only group of people who fall for that garbage. While I hate seeing these individuals make fools of themselves, I’m not embarrassed. For those who are, get involved as I have and try to mentor these kids so that will come to realize what really is important in life and not some d**n shoe as in this instance. Ignorance begets ignorance…

    December 26, 2011 at 11:16 pm

  8. This is the main reason that the majority of our people are not doing well (financially), it this cannot be blamed on racism but more from a lack of finanicial education. We are totally engrossed with consumerism, but yet never took the time out to realize that a 200.00 pair of shoes will last just long as a 35.00 pair. Do we know what to do with the difference (165.00)? How about investing in a computer or a cource in financial management.

    December 27, 2011 at 2:46 pm

  9. WizardG, i ear u…insanity hold me mute…i’m where u are.

    Dr. Grey matter.
    December 29, 2011 at 2:56 am

  10. Was it Bafoonery when whites waited outside during Black Friday, and stormed into the stores like a herd of uncontrollable cattle?
    Black Friday bargain hunting turned ugly at a Toys “R” Us in Greensboro after line-jumping and some scuffling led to arrests early Friday morning.”
    Blacks do what they see whites do. If the society say on Black Friday or anything like it, spend all the money you can for on sale items, then whites, blacks, and all other races go do that. They barge into stores, knocking people over like fools. So what kind of racist talking is this buffoonery shyt? I agree no one should allow this system to trick them into making the 1% richer while they get poorer just to celebrate a fake holiday that is supposed to be about Jesus… It’s a mind control societal thing. It’s a form of subliminal seduction if you will… So let’s stop the racist name calling when it comes to blacks and other minorities that were acting a fool, just like the whites and others were doing the same thing on black friday(S). Are they buffoons?

    December 29, 2011 at 9:03 pm


    December 29, 2011 at 9:06 pm

  12. Ok, I will not ever line up to buy a pair of shoe, not matter who name was on them! But, I ask, what is this group of people doing differently from the Black Friday’s group? I’ m not trying to justify this behavior, but it’s pretty much the something.

    December 30, 2011 at 8:40 pm

  13. The Black Friday’s group also included a bunch of illiterate Black people acting the same way. Some of the people in our community are so stupid, that all the mentoring in the world will not help. Have you ever tried to reason with some of these idiots? They actually believe that the more expensive something is, the better it is? These shoes cost less than $5 to produce, yet when Stephen Marbury, produce a shoe made in the same factory, and only charged $19.99, or less for his, the kids would laugh at anyone who bought them. Most of these kids parents, receive some type of public assistance, and/or work very hard for their money, only to surrender it up to stupid sh*t like this, and then they complain about how whitey has so much more everything. Does anyone want to guess why they do?

    May 1, 2012 at 1:17 am

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  15. f**k YOU GAY s**t I SWER BICH

    May 16, 2013 at 3:05 pm

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