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training confirms this. you're all more racist than me. right on.
congratulations on your success.
Would your place of employment accept it if you got 80% and were only 20% racist?
less than that was a fail. but i scored 100%
waited 10 minutes to see if shouted abuse
Answer - "some"
100% guarantee that someone isn't racist, I think you'll find
then had to do a couple (10) of questions
then thre was this bit where it said "choose the person you want to work with at the training centre". like a theoretical thing. so i chose this old lady
better turn off my phone, gonna have police stations the country over trying to sign me up aren't they
Was it this?
better luck next year champ
To laugh at the question about whether it was discriminatory to call the new Scottish person "Jock" - at his express request - even though that wasn't his real name.
My boss suggested "Shut up, you stupid Scottish cunt" as the correct response. Although in retrospect he might have been talking to me.
to a mop for an hour?
I think you were lying and second-guessing the answers to cover-up your massive, MASSIVE racism.
100% negative score in my "Are you a megalomaniac?" test counts for nothing?
you're not a racist. good stuff.
In front of you is a table. On the table are two items and a note. You read the note, it says
"These two items have been chosen to represent aspects of your psyche, one shows a deep unhappiness within and a fear of those that are different. The other, shows an enlightened soul, welcoming of all those it meets. Choose your item, but choose wisely."
On the table is a snow globe depicting Southend-On-Sea high street and a half peeled satsuma.
Which do you choose?
i want the fruit
Is it because he's not Aryan?
that he doesn't even acknowledge the existence of other races'
you should have passed that training. I'd appeal.
Suggesting that you might be a bit.
EXT. A sunny suburban street on a sunny suburban Sunday, people on their lawns just chilling out. The sound of sprinklers can be heard, and of dogs playing and children barking.
Enter NEW GUY.
NEW NEIGHBOUR: Ah, what a new place to start my new life. (inhales) Ah, the air here is so fresh. Fresh like that first glass of water in the morning, as the newspaper hits the door, confirming the start of a brand new day! A brand new day for me, in my brand new neighbourhood, with my brand new neighbours!
(NEW NEIGHBOUR walks into the middle of the street, and beckons his new neighbours to gather and to listen to what words he wishes to push out of his mouth at their ears)
NEW NEIGHBOUR: Howdy, everyone. I've just arrived here and I'm moving into number 54.
NEIGHBOURS: (simultaneously) Howdy, new neighbour!
NEW NEIGHBOUR: Why, thanks! I'm sure we'll all be the breast of fiends! I just want to introduce myself to you all quickly and say... I'm racist.
(NEIGHBOURS murmur, but continue to listen)
NEW NEIGHBOUR: Yep, racist. I'm a good, respectful neighbour; I keep my door open to visitors, and - while I know sometimes people don't quite meet eye-to-eye - I want you all to know that, however I act, I'm always thinking of trying to be the best racist I can be. And if you think that I have it in me to be a BETTER racist and to be a BETTER neighbour, then HEY. Come on round and I'll put a coffee on and we can have a chat about it and get to know each other a bit better.
(the NEIGHBOURS are finding it harder to mask their outrage)
NEW NEIGHBOUR: Now, one thing, I just want to say. I... CAN NOT... HANDLE... BLACK-- hey what y'all--
(as NEIGHBOURS begin to rush at NEW NEIGHBOUR - we cut)
INT. A family home, we enter on a close shot of a local newspaper.
The story reads:
A misunderstanding in Stoufflington's Chaffthangrihawk Lane has shocked the local community, leading to the death of a resident who had been a Stoufflington resident for several seconds.
Raymond Zachary Syst, 34, died sadly of several injuries inflicted by his new neighbours. His father, Zachary, had this to say:
My son, Raymond Syst was a great man. If only his neighbours had stopped to listen instead of acting on their extreme prejudice towards people who make accidental statements that could be interpreted as expressions of extreme prejudice, then my son would be here today. Perhaps we'd be at the local coffee shop, sharing a nice cup of joe: of course, said cup of joe would have milk and sugar. Heh, if there's one thing my young lad couldn't stand, it was black coffee. He... could not... handle... black...
At this point, Zachary started crying. Our reporter tried to poke him with a pen to make him keep talking, but he wasn't having any of it -- so we just gently pushed him out of the building. We wanted him out because he smelt too much like old vinegar. Maybe that was a genetic trait. Something shared by his son.
But we will never know. We will never know.
it would release sufficient space inside you for you to start to learn things again.
but that's their problem, not mine
that's when someone has to come along and teach you what's RIGHT.
wanting to cover his tracks would score.
let's turn this into a thing where we find out just how racist in a percentage everyone is
You scored 100%?
would be able to assess all forms of racism. It probably just means that you're 100% not racist in a particular way.
Unlucky. You're probably still >0% racist in many, many other (untested) ways.
100% not racist
because it was designed by the white man?
that's bad c-r
STOP NOT UNDERSTANDING
or made redundant, I'm happy about this.
We used to be best friends at primary school.
Maybe c_r can give you some training and support
1. You arrive at an empty bus stop and await the only bus which passes on this route. Forty seven seconds after you arrive, a man turns up whose skin pigmentation differs to your own. You do not recognise the man, but notice that he stands fractionally nearer to the bus stop than you, which could be interpreted by an arriving bus driver that he is first in a queue which until this point consisted only of yourself. How does this make you feel?
a) There is no problem here, there are just two of us and there will be room for us both on the next bus.
b) This man is rude, it is obvious that I arrived here first, and as such should have first entry onto the bus.
c) SEND IM BAK 2 WARE E CAME FRUM
d) He is not real he is not real he is not real oh god oh god there's nobody there.
2. You are playing squash with your friend Gregory on a court you have booked from 17:00 to 17:55. At 17:53 there is a knock on the door which you answer. A man enters who has different skin pigmentation to your own. He says he has the court booked from 18:00. How does this make you feel?
a) TIPIKUL FORRIN GOT NO RITE I BORN HEAR
b) Annoyed, we have this court for another two minutes, that's just plain rude.
c) This was a good point to stop playing anyway, it'll take us a few minutes to pack our things away, so let's call it a day.
d) I've never played squash before. Who is Gregory? Oh god oh god oh god.
3. You are on an aeroplane which is rapidly descending. Also on the plane are Brad Pitt, an unknown man wearing a turban and the pilot. The pilot shouts to the three passengers on board "There are only two parachutes on the plane. The speed we're descending means anybody on board will certainly be killed. Who should get the parachutes?". What do you say?
a) Me. I should have both in case one fails.
b) The man with the turban should have them because I'm not a racist.
c) Nobody, you all die together comrade.
d) Brad Pitt and yourself because you like the films he's been in and think he'd be cool to hang out with because he doesn't wear a turban.
4. You are watching a film at the cinema. Samuel L Jackson makes a cameo in the film you are watching. What do you scream?
a) I KNOW HIM FROM PULP FICTION.
b) HASN'T SAMUEL L JACKSON MADE ENOUGH MONEY ALREADY?
c) THAT MAN IS A BLACK MAN.
d) Nothing, it is a cinema.
5. You are buying tickets to the zoo and have noticed that the ticket clerk speaks broken English when he asks you "How many ticket you want come in zoo?". How do you reply?
a) Two please.
b) FUK OFF PAL TAKIN AR JOBS U SHULD FUK OFF BAK 2 UR OWN CUNTRY
c) One please.
d) None please, I just want to use the toilets as I have soiled myself, is that alright? I won't be a minute.
By which i mean, Hemel Hempstead, mwahahahah... sigh...
pretty sure it isn't