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Oct 30, 2012 | 8:04 PM EDT
  • Daily 3rd Place October 31, 2012

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Its in no way shape or form racist I swear.

Yes I know I have the best sense of humor ever.

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DancinFetusDancinFetus

Rated 5 / 5 stars October 31, 2012

"We have to keep these animals in line" best thing i have ever heard



AvengerOfDamnationAvengerOfDamnation

Rated 5 / 5 stars October 31, 2012

Well, I found this funny, and to the people who say this is racist, go cry me a river, this video about stereotypes is hilarious as hell.



Mogget128723Mogget128723

Rated 4 / 5 stars October 31, 2012

To everyone complaining about the animation being racist:
Welcome to the internet. Furthermore, welcome to NEWGROUNDS. The internet is bad when it comse to racism, but if you're a sensitive person who's dumb enough to frequent Newgrounds - let's say you deserve whatever discomfort you recieve.

I didn't find the animation particularly funny, but as usual, Gonzossm's incredible artwork was something to see.



XeroJoyXeroJoy

Rated 0 / 5 stars October 31, 2012

Fucking Racist

The fact that you made the Black person have huge lips, an afro, and too many muscles is enough to be racist, however you also add in the stereotype of all black people being on Welfare! Then to top it off you added cop brutality, and made it seem like black people only use welfare only for drinking, and never actually work...

and you say your not racist


Gonzossm responds:

What about the whiteguy in the video?


IronianKnightIronianKnight

Rated 5 / 5 stars October 31, 2012

Wonderful satire of people on welfare and people in positions of authority. Many seem to mistake this a racist, but it's obvious the author did this to make a (funny) point, not because they actually believe all black people are all on welfare and are irresponsible with the checks, or that all police officers over 25 are white racist scumbags with no regard for people of color.
It's a big difference between poking fun at social stereotypes and accepting them as reality! I find it rather telling that so many fail to notice the difference here.
As for the video itself: the music is fitting, the drawings good quality, and the animations though not the smoothest in the world fit the style quite well. All in all I'd call this a pretty high quality movie with short-but-sweet humor that is pretty funny if you aren't too touchy on the issues it's based on. I hope to see stuff as good as this in the future!


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