Discussion in 'Politics' started by Quantum Windbag, Feb 14, 2011.
1:38 - the answer is yes... if the recessive alleles are passed on, then they might not be expressed in the next generation, but they could be expressed later on. For example, I have dark eyes and hair, yet I carry alleles for blond hair and blue eyes. Being recessive, they are not expressed. However, if they continue to get passed on, they could be coupled with similar alleles from another line later one, resulting in a child with a far more Aryan appearance than any of the three idiots currently standing.
There's a line from a film I once saw. I think it was All Quiet on the Western Front. 'You're too stupid even to make a good racist'.
2:23 - Colonizing China?
2:50 - Sir, we've a rather large reading on the gaydar...
Would it be an issue if Romney or Huckabee spent 20 years sitting in a church led by a white nationalist?
Of course it would.
4:01 - 'every people has a right to a place' *looks over at Isra-El*... Do we even ask?
The guys a nut.
8:15 - THE NIGERIANS ARE INVADING!! x
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