These concepts are socially constructed and have been given much weight. What are your thoughts?

Postby punamusta » October 4th, 2006, 6:52 am

Not defending Materazzi as he is known to be a "dirty" player, but people seem to forget that neither Zidane is/was known of his fairness. Zidane has done some nasty tricks all through his career. He was one of the greatest in the game, but definetly not because of his "fair play"...
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Postby BxxMILITIA » October 4th, 2006, 6:06 pm

im not gonna speak on the race as a whole, but there r alot of racist italians.and about italians running new york, that was BACK in the days when there were way more white people in new york city. back in the days there were many, irish,polish and italian people in new york, way more than there is now.the city's a lil' more diverse now and has more minorities. right now hispanics run the drug shit in new york.
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Postby rummy » October 20th, 2006, 2:14 am

Does'nt matter what colour you are what was said to zidane was uncalled for and i don't blame him for what he did and if it was outta road he would of probably done more. I have'nt lost no respect for him in fact i respect him more.
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