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[–] TerriChris [S] 2 points 119 points (+121|-2) ago 

Justice Roberts: “What unique perspective does a minority student bring a physics class?” Seriously dick face? — Lara Witt (@Femmefeministe) December 9, 2015

Common SJW response when they cannot answer - name calling.

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[–] Grospoliner 22 points 44 points (+66|-22) ago 

Both extremes are like that though. No difference between a libtard crying shitlord and a fundie crying sinner.

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[–] CatNamedJava 0 points 33 points (+33|-0) ago 

It didn't drive me away from the left. The left moved itself away from me.

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[–] sp00kygh0st 3 points 28 points (+31|-3) ago 

ITS 2015! I LITERALLY CANT EVEN!

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[–] mirimar 1 points 22 points (+23|-1) ago 

Anyone that turns this into some sort of twisted 'He's a racist!' thing is doing Justice Roberts a disservice.

He wanted to demonstrate a scenario in which diversity is meaningless in science, to counterpoint the argument of the University lawyer, namely that diversity "is a good thing". He wanted to be shown. That's all.

So grow the fuck up all you SJW entitled asshats and learn how civilized people argue different points of view.

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[–] Capitol18 1 points 8 points (+9|-1) ago 

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[–] northportage 0 points 6 points (+6|-0) ago 

SJWs are so stupid, they automatically become abusive before they've even understood what someone was saying. There is no effort whatsoever to actually understand anything. They're like monkeys that have been trained to fling poo at the sound of certain words.

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[–] Simplertimes 0 points 6 points (+6|-0) ago 

Resorting to the ad hominem attack, as you have pointed out there, is a flawed argument form - and in this case is being used as a subterfuge, as you've correctly pointed out.

What's really sad is the point is entirely valid. Objective truth through standardised empirical research offers equal opportunity to all. You just have to meet the standards and choose to enter into that academic field.

The statistics bear out the facts.

People don't like facts.