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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar 10 2014 at 2:02pm
Originally posted by liesnalibis liesnalibis wrote:

Originally posted by aNgElIc*SoUl aNgElIc*SoUl wrote:

Do I really want to know what happened

Preserve your faith in humanity and leave while you still can.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar 10 2014 at 2:03pm
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar 10 2014 at 2:06pm
Originally posted by coconess coconess wrote:

im know the area… women do not do that… and that kind of disrespect would not be tolerated in a room full of black men.. idgaf how pretty she was. unless maybe it was a room full of squares or suckers or something. i need deets.. 

this story really sounds exaggerated and needs more people.. 

Where is this Area Code? No, I did not read this whole thread.

hehehe.... however, I will soon

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar 10 2014 at 2:09pm
MK, He said he was raised in fillmore which is in san fran..
his twitter just says 'bay area'  

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar 10 2014 at 2:11pm
Originally posted by BeatriceBean BeatriceBean wrote:

It seems as though this might be an amalgamation of conversations he's shared with all types of people regarding black women instead of one long conversation with one bold white woman.

Exactly.  An allegory of sorts and I agree with you that he is expressing some deep feelings and thoughts that he has.  IF (big if) this happened he kind of faded out everyone in the conversation except him and the white woman and her negro.  It kind of felt like he was saying this is what SHOULD be said to ppl like them.  It would be almost impossible to carry on a conversation like this in a black barbershop w/o a LOT of interjection from everyone in the room.   Even if they are showing out for white folks.  He needs to write this story from the perspective of a bystander and stand back from it a bit more.   he doesn't need to place BW outside the shop either because it tends to cloud the rest of the alledged interaction.   He wanted them in the story but no way he could place them inside.  That would be more likely because many of us take our boys for cuts and would be inside at any given time.  Can't write a story like this with us IN the room because everything changes.  He's working it out I guess.

His heart as you said is in the right place. 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar 10 2014 at 2:15pm
Originally posted by coconess coconess wrote:

MK, He said he was raised in fillmore which is in san fran..
<span style="line-height: 1.4;">his twitter just says 'bay area'  </span>
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hmmmm.... fishy

Coco, SF, is ONE part of my OG youth (23 and over)...
Cali, AA, females this thirsty---- NO...

Where is Wonderland...?

ETA: thirsty this pad... meh

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar 10 2014 at 2:24pm
I think I read about 1/3 of that mess.  Fiction IMO.

Whooaaaa, just scanned pg 8...Shocked


Edited by Tbaby - Mar 10 2014 at 2:27pm
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar 10 2014 at 2:30pm
Originally posted by kfoxx1998 kfoxx1998 wrote:

Originally posted by BeatriceBean BeatriceBean wrote:

It seems as though this might be an amalgamation of conversations he's shared with all types of people regarding black women instead of one long conversation with one bold white woman.

Exactly.  An allegory of sorts and I agree with you that he is expressing some deep feelings and thoughts that he has.  IF (big if) this happened he kind of faded out everyone in the conversation except him and the white woman and her negro.  It kind of felt like he was saying this is what SHOULD be said to ppl like them.  It would be almost impossible to carry on a conversation like this in a black barbershop w/o a LOT of interjection from everyone in the room.   Even if they are showing out for white folks.  He needs to write this story from the perspective of a bystander and stand back from it a bit more.   he doesn't need to place BW outside the shop either because it tends to cloud the rest of the alledged interaction.   He wanted them in the story but no way he could place them inside.  That would be more likely because many of us take our boys for cuts and would be inside at any given time.  Can't write a story like this with us IN the room because everything changes.  He's working it out I guess.

His heart as you said is in the right place. 
 
ITA. The storytelling would definitely benefit from an engaged bystander angle but I think that he really wants to be the hero of this story. Whatever method he takes, he needs to scale back drastically on the verbiage and rethink the scene and placement of characters. I think that this would be much more realistic if "Gus" actually were his friend, and if they it were only the three of them (or max five people in the room). Absolutely nothing about this works at a typical crowded Black barbershop, especially Black women waiting outside in club gear. Unless these highly educated women are hookin as well...but even then he's overestimating their education or they are stupid for hookin in front of a barbershop.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar 10 2014 at 2:31pm
oh really mk? i didnt know that.. Embarrassed
where in SF? 


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar 10 2014 at 2:49pm
Originally posted by aNgElIc*SoUl aNgElIc*SoUl wrote:

Do I really want to know what happened


just dont say "lol"
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