I hate that the cowboy hat is starting to be associated with this kind of idiocy. Whenever you see a person insulting Muslims or just spouting right-wing bullshit, it's gotten to 9 times out of 10 they are either wearing that shitty MAGA hat or dressed head to toe in cowboy gear.
Is that Doug Dimmadome, owner of the Dimmsdale Dimmadome?
starting to be
Always take the high road.
cowboy gear has been the attire of bigots and idiots for decades my friend.
"And the swine, because it divideth the hoof, yet cheweth not the cud, it is unclean unto you: ye shall not eat of their flesh, nor touch their dead carcase" ( King James )
Maybe he should open that bible to Deuteronomy 14:8
Yes, that's Doug Dimmadome, owner of the Dimmsdale Dimmadome!
LeBron James said that?!? TIL 's
Yeah, don't Muslims consider the Torah, the Gospel and the Book of Psalms as Holy books too?
I always tell people to take the high road, so there is more space for me on low road. Tom Haverford.
Sometimes the road map does not match the terrain.
Yeah, they're all holy books and Muslims respect them. But they are considered to have been corrupted by the hand of man.
Are we sure it's the Doug Dimmadome, owner of the Dimmsdale Dimmadome?
That’s the perception by the population at large. But in my experience, when I interact with people in person in “cowboy” attire, they tend to be some of the most courteous and respectful people around.
I'll be dimmadamned, that looks like Doug Dimmadome, owner of the Dimmsdale Dimmadome!
In a similar respect, most people think of "country folk" as being racist. I lived on a decent sized cattle farm for a couple years, grew up on a separate smaller one when I was younger, and have known various farmers over the years. Most people I know from that don't give two shits about other people's religions. That's not to say I haven't met the stereotype though.
In fact, the only overreaching political stance I've noted is that people should buy local produce and meat.
Maybe you should work on being civil yourself first.
Well the name certainly fits
You just stereotyped him by assuming he was white. You just stereotyped whites while complaining about people stereotyping whites.
In a similar respect, most people think of "country folk" as being racist.
it's not the country folks. it's the wannabe country folks.
this confuses people but it is an important distinction.
“You city boys probably don’t see these, Demetri. It came with my matching belt, so you see these etchings. Right above my love tug, you see that’s what’s missing from this country...”
So you're telling me there's a chance?
The stuff's not Muslim kryptonite.
It's an important distinction. I've never owned a pair of cowboy boots and the closest my truck ever got to a lift was tires that were an inch larger. Rubber boots are better for wading through cowshit and driving a trailer around with the tongue a foot higher than intended is difficult. The things I owned actually had to serve a function other than a status symbol.
But hey, what do I know about farm life, I can't recite the lyrics to today's top country hits.
I thought they consider him another prophet?
No, they believe when the time comes Jesus is gonna lead the good side against the bad side. That's what I read. I have Muslim friends too, that's what they told me.
Looking at their Facebook page, these folks recently had an arson attack on their mosque. I imagine they'd appreciate any help people in the area could give. I'll paypal them a couple quid when I get paid.
No, it’s not. Often mistaken for his cousin, Deeg Deemmadeeme, owner of the Deemmsdale Deemadeeme, lives a very private life. He rarely comes out of hiding, unless it’s on Facebook comment section talking to local Mosque media heads.
What you said is true but Jesus is also considered a prophet.
Technically, you can.
If they acted as a medium between a non-muslim and another non there's no rules against it, since they didn't not pay for it or gave it to a Muslim.
“Here have this sandwich. Someone came and donated them. Yes it’s bacon. “
I’d eat it.
It's kind of a weird thing that you're expecting muslims to be civil after not one, but two deliberately non-civil actions towards them. Whatever happened to the whole "golden rule" thing?
Proud of you for fighting for cowboy equality.
You have the word cowboy in your username, so it makes sense you are defensive on this topic
Yes, and they consider Jesus as savior too.
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The win was the response..
May be take a good long look in the mirror
Your facts are inconvenient.
I'm dressed head to toe in cowboy gear a lot, and drive a F-250 (with my Wyoming and rodeo decals). I get stereotyped too often.
It's not. It's only haram to consume. But generally it's better to not deal with it altogether
Something racist, I'm sure.
People often forget that the guy didn't just leave a sandwich. He vandalized the place and swung around a machete, and he was a repeat offender. It wasn't just a sandwich.
I don't know what this has to do with the alt-right, I just like cowboy hats.
Confirmation bias is a cunt and people love to say I haven't met the stereotype though.
Hey, you’re a bigoted piece of shit. Just thought you should know that.
Word association is difficult, it's okay. :)
That's right, Doug Dimmadome, owner of the Dimmsdale Dimmadome!
Sure there are differences, but categorizing me as a racist (or even a Republican) because I dress a certain way is heading down that road. It's extremely narrow minded to categorize people like that.
I live in an area where this is not the norm. And I can assure you every person my age I've met in "cowboy attire" is playing dress up and never been within 5 miles of farmwork. And they 100% love to say contrarian shit just to see who will get riled up.
Tldr: if you wear a cowboy hat and boots you are pretending every day is Halloween and are forcing that fucking accent, you were born in Seattle you chucklefuck
Holy shit... let that sink in. The true philosophy of most scripture.
Yep. The Old Testament is considered holy books by all three of the Abrahamic religions.
We can confirm it's Facebook because the first asshole has 10 likes.
Probably more civil than you.
Looks like Tom Haverford is in lot of shit at the moment.
Isnt it haram to share haram things? For example, I still cant give a non-muslim friend a strip of bacon or glass of wine.
Yes. He's gonna fight The Dajjal - The Liar
Yep, "All hat and no cattle".
Could easily be Native American
It's not okay to stereotype anyone, that's my point. Why does everything have to be about race?
No, I never said that. I said stereotyping is bad.
Genocide was never mentioned. You brought that up. Strawman.
Deeg, you're Deem-oted
I mean, sure if you really want to take it that far.
Yup, if a vegan person accidentally got their order wrong and contain meat or something and kindly offered it to me, I'd gladly take it
As a dude that has had his own burn thrown back at him as a compliment, there is nothing more infuriating. Super sick burn. The ol' kill'em with kindness move works every time.
cowboy gear has been the attire of bigots and idiots for decades my friend.
That whole statement.
Agreed. I’ve lived in Central Texas all my life and we don’t give a fuck about your race, religion, or orientation. Just don’t be an asshole and don’t tell me how to live my life.
I will say, out of all the double lined coolers out there, Yetis do stand up to abuse the best. I still don't think they're worth the money.
I like to call it Hick-Hop.
I moved away from it about a year ago. I was living with a friend and his family on his dad's farm. Between a flood and my friend's girlfriend moving in, it was time I left. But we had 18 head of cattle, a half dozen chickens, and a half acre crop field we used to feed ourselves for most of the year. Growing up I lived on my grandpa's farm with about 10 cows, chickens and goats. For my grandpa it was something he did to keep himself busy. With my friend's family, it was more about continuing the legacy of their family and making a little extra money.
Always use the high ground.