1. So I finally decided to come here and look at your website, after literally 3 months of you talking about it Valley Bobs. Nice job, I do not know if this is a compliment but this is very white. Good job and ill let you know if I passed my license test.

    Sincerely, the only Jewish kid who got your theater and 80s references.

    1. Young lady, you have some issues, don’t you. You’re young and quite energetic (almost too much). I am curious to see what you turn out to be when you grow up and develop a greater social and political consciousness. (Not sure if you’re ready for that AP test yet). And instead of playing Mozart, try some jazz. You need some soul. But show tunes? “For reals playa?”– quoting a FedEx commercial; not me talking. You ought to come to New Orleans for a while. Or are you in/from the U.S.? It would be a culture shock of a lifetime for you. Oh, and I can’t for the day you give a performance of “Shoop” in one of you videos! But maybe not… it might blow your cover! And how old (or young) are you?

    1. Happy holidays, lady!
      Brooke & I miss ya!! I was trying to write you back on Twitter, but I guess I can’t send you a message if you don’t follow me, so here I am!
      I have a project I want to talk to you about called Sports Ballz. I think I told you about it – sketch comedy sports show. I shot the pilot, got Tom Arnold EPing & in it, Taye Diggs is doing our next episode, etc. etc. Comedy Central loved it, but they have the Norm McDonald Onions sports show coming out, so I think they may want me to come write for them. Fox is still interested; some really things are happening with it, & the one thing that I’m still lacking is a bunch of solid women comedians to be a part of it.
      Let’s set up a time I can show it to you, & try & get you up in the athletic insanity!

      WORD – much love to you & yours!

  2. Hi Aydrea!
    Love the site and the pictures look great! can you e-mail me some of the photos so i can have them for my portfolio? let me know! fun working with you!


  3. Ok, so I’m sure someone has to have thought of this idea before. But is there a dating website out there, that specializes in people like us? Its so hard to find black women that can relate and be on the same level as myself. If you have any suggestions, please share.


    1. O-date? black(but really white)planet.com?

      Otherwise, I have found a few Oreo havens in town. I’ll only share what they are under oath that we’ll coordinate schedules so as not to darken their doorstep with too many of us at once. Otherwise, it’ll look like a black thing. 🙂

  4. Hello There,

    I like your interview on C.O.W. You were great! I would love to have you on my radio show “Racial Harmony Live”. I think you were a blast on The C.O.W.’s. I hope you check out my book “Life Through The Eyes Of An Interracial Couple”
    by Steve A. White and Ruth B. White. I look forward to hearing from you.

  5. Oh. My. Bob.
    As a fellow oreo, I have to say your blog is BRILLIANT.
    I’ve been sitting down reading it for an hour straight.
    And as a 17-year-old girl in Texas, I kind of have to find a dose of racial narcissism to get me through the week.
    Thank you so, so much for creating this blog.
    And an afterthought: You have excellent musical tastes. If I ever see some My Chem or A7X on here, I’ll faint. XD

  6. THIS IS AWESOME! I laugh. I cry. I scream. This blog site brings truth and love to my soul! Great job! 🙂 TRUE GENIUS!

  7. Oy. Disheartening, but I figured this would be something of interest to you. Yahoo! Answers is full of idiots, truly.

    1. Francisco’s comment is one of the most disgusting I’ve ever read. There are many men who like BW just the way they are.

  8. Wow. Thanks for the links. My favorite part about yahoo answers are the incredibly sincere, almost thoughtful, often philosophical responses to crazy, crazy questions.

  9. So playing tennis, and listening to opera makes someone an oreo? or maybe I should say plazaying tennis and listening ta opera makes someone an oreo, yo? Just because the majority of whites do it doesn’t mean we’re not suppose to do it. To say that blacks aren’t suppose to listen to rock, opera, play tennis, violin wear certain clothes, read certain books, eat certain food or talk a certain way actually sounds that someone is being racist and placing limitations on me. Oh and did you know there’s nothing wrong with a black person listening to classical music since there have been black composers,classic instrument players and in opera and rock. So it’s not always a white thing. I’m not trying to insult your website, but you should be careful about what you say. By the way I like your white people to the rescue video, I agree completly.

  10. I also really don’t believe in using the term Oreo to define a black person who likes to do things that most caucasian people would be seen doing since you can be true to your black heritage and still listen to Bon Jovi, and Metallica for example. Working hard is esecially important to black pride; I don’t believe in affirmative action because it demeans us all. To me if someone is an oreo it means they are trying to ACT what they THINK is white behaviour, but there is no such thing as acting white or black since it really depends on the environment someone was raised in

  11. A lot of the things you have posted here are really funny, but sometimes it seems that you dislike being black. Just because you like certain things doesn’t make you an Oreo, it makes you well rounded and open minded. I too have more caucasian friends than the typical african american, but I never see the need to completely denounce my race either. I always figured that if I was a good person, I would be surrounded by good people. Sometimes in certain posts you come across as judgmental ( especially the Obama stuff) but I guess that’s what all that freedom of speech hoopla is about huh? LOL… Well that’s my 2 cents! Good luck in all that you do!

    1. She really does seem to have a unhealthy case of Colonial Mentality. She seems to enjoy worshiping white folks and seems to think herself different of “RBP”, which is a horribly elitist and offensive acronym btw. I’m proud of her relatively successful lifestyle and writing flare but could she turn down the self-hate some. Many who read this blog has been called an Oreo because society tells us our behavior is more white then black, many label themselves as a term of affection but she seem to want Oreo to be her whole identity. I bet she would orgasm at the idea of being called Oreo-American instead of black.

      1. I think the Oreo thing is all Satire, and she is just acting as an “Oreo character” to make fun of the fact that other people think that acting “non-black” is something shame full. Too many people try to alienate others who do not fit what they think is normal for a group without looking at the fact that ethnic groups like African Americans are not all for the same countries both here in North and south America and, in terms of genetic background. Do not other look the fact that each family group has different customs regardless of their ethnic backgrounds and those behaviors do not define those people as anything but unique and beautiful human beings. Also, do not forget most; if not all native born, African Americans have some European ancestry and people who fill the need to embrace that part of them should be able to without criticism from others. At the end of the day, she is comedy that seemly enjoys embracing all of her ethnic ground in way that states to others be you and be happy about it. At the end of the day she Human and that is all that matters, and to you Sorida (hope I spell that correctly) keep up the jokes and stay who you really are.

  12. Hey Aydrea–

    I like your blog. Having given countless waking hours to Morrissey, Mahler and Merchant-Ivory, I consider myself to be something of a DOUBLE STUFF. Anyhow, I appreciate you giving an appropriately ironic voice to the madness that is being an intelligent, open-minded black person in an environment that often fosters neither trait.

    Oh, and thanks again for totally validating my marital choice the other night at the IO.


  13. If you’re trying to seem melanin deprived, where are the hunting references? There’s nothing quite like duck hunting or fox hunting and then going back to the lodge for drinks. Of course this would present the challenge of fostering a good first impression while both being melanin gifted and hold a gun, but you do well with challenges. Naturally, the right attire will help.

    I also thought you might appreciate a social networking page a relative became a fan of, “Stop saying I am trying to be white just because I am black and speak proper English.” Or not.

    1. Was looking at good hunting saddles this weekend. And I think one can get away from dark folks/gun issues when that gun is a period-appropriate musket…or was used by the South in the War of Northern Aggression.

      1. Oh shit, that is too funny! You’re my new heroine. Finally, a person who enjoys tomenting folks more than I did in even my “darkest” period.
        Are you a virgo chick?
        Oh, hey, here’s an “only in America moment”: My oreo gf and I spilt up because she said I was “too black.” I’m German, Britt, Irish, was an airline pilot, and most definately not into hip hop anything. My boxing and MMA stuff upset her…black eyes, I guess.

  14. Where do women like you exist? I’m from NYC and all I see are what you call RBP. Is it hit or miss or do oreos tend to exist in higher proportions in certain areas? It’s upsetting to me because I am extremely attracted to women of color but I am turned off by the Urban dress and attitude.

    Thx much – love the site btw 😀

    1. HI FooFighter. Thanks so much for stopping by!!

      Spotting an Oreo can be tricky. We don’t tend to congregate with each other because then we just look like RBP.

      Typical hangout places include equestrian centers, theaters (subscription-based, not movie), avant-garde art shows and Intellegentsia (if you’re ever in LA). You are more likely to find us in cities like LA, NYC, Seattle, Austin, etc–major cities that are not in the South. You’re probably out of luck if you look for an Oreo in the ATL.

      I don’t know NYC very well, but would definitely love tips if you do find Oreo havens! Do keep us updated on your search. If you’re ever in LA, I can introduce you to some people. And I’ll have my friends in the city keep an eye out, too.

      1. Atlanta?
        Depends on the area…
        South metro ? you are HIT.
        If you do not wear saggin pants and talk ghetto, they assume you are an off duty Police officer.
        Dekalb County is EXTEREMLY bad.
        North metro in the upscale areas there are quietly a large number of upscale types in Cobb County and North Fulton…
        And the reason being is that many of them are from the north (like myself) and you can actually understand what the hell they are saying. (“Wat yo name iz shorty?”)

        I am VERY uncomfortable with that oreo label because you put it like you are a either saggy pant wearin illiterate fool or you are an “oreo”.
        I have RELENTLESSLY been called oreo behind my back because I speak proper but its okay to be upscale…Please, kill the oreo lable …you are “upscale”.
        And keep in mind that many people who we are are talking about (the ghetoo hood folks) who use the oreo label on people who not “talk like them” have
        NEVER traveled or lived anywhere else.
        They stay in the hood and never even left their state so they simply do not know any better. In their minds, their environment is the standard and everything else is foriegn.
        They will not admit this but when you speak well hood folk s are EXTREMELY intimidated and by default assume you are looking down on them.
        I have been pulled to the side and have been quietly told this REPEATEDLY by these hood folks.

        Like I said ..Please kill the oreo label.

      2. “You are more likely to find us in cities like LA, NYC, Seattle, Austin, etc–major cities that are not in the South.”

        Austin is in the South, unless you are talking about another big city named Austin and not the one in TEXAS! If that’s the case, then “my bad!”

        Wishing you a happy day! 🙂

  15. If you were truly a dutiful Oreo you’d do a column where non-colors could post questions like “Why don’t black people like brown soda?” Sort of an “Ask Aunty Oreo” thing. (I love your site even if you don’t put out an FAQ)

    1. ooOOoo. I like “Ask Auntie Oreo.” I could even through on an Aunt Jemima rag for that hipster twist! Look for it! And make sure to ask questions!! 🙂

  16. Not sure if posted this int the right place last time. So here goes again…. Young lady, you have some issues, don’t you. You’re young and quite energetic (almost too much). I am curious to see what you turn out to be when you grow up and develop a greater social and political consciousness. (Not sure if you’re ready for that AP test yet). And instead of playing Mozart, try some jazz. You need some soul. But show tunes? “For reals playa?”– quoting a FedEx commercial; not me talking. You ought to come to New Orleans for a while. Or are you in/from the U.S.? It would be a culture shock of a lifetime for you. Oh, and I can’t for the day you give a performance of “Shoop” in one of you videos! But maybe not… it might blow your cover! And how old (or young) are you?

  17. You are amazing. How tall are you? How old are you? And how often are you in NYC? I’d really like to meet you for a drink.

    Oh yea, Ivy League undergrad, L.S.E. grad school, own home on the North Shore, divorced with one bi-racial child (gifted & talented), etc.

  18. A friend emailed me your article “Eating While Black” and as I was reading it I thought it was something I wrote. I think I am you and you might be me!!! I use to work with another black woman that couldn’t get enough of calling me an oreo. I’ve had friends ask me why my mother didn’t give me a name like Kizzy from Roots or be totally shocked when I say I don’t like cornbread, black-eyed peas and greens. Anywho, I would LOVE to invite you for a fun filled hour to be guest IN THE MIX with me on Blog Talk Radio. Lets do a great Q & A and get the listeners worked up. You choose the date/time and please let me know…can’t wait. Cheers, Donna Lynn. m

  19. I love OREOs. They are definitely my new favorite cookie. And I love cookies. I used to think that I only liked shortbread cookies — you know the kind; sweet and vanilla, no harsh flavors or disturbing tooth discoloration when in your mouth. But with you, it’s like the best of both worlds. I haven’t met anyone as sexy as you are. You’re like my dream!

    For the last few years, I’ve only dated white girls. Don’t get me wrong, I like black girls bodies more than white girls, but a lot of the times, that’s it. You, my sweet, have substance! I get tired of my homies giving me such a hard time. But I like what I like…and I like you.

    I like how you know that the Moors were in Holland. I feel like such a contradiction right now! And I don’t mind letting you know. It’s like “love at first google” (google is used here as a verb, not a proper noun; therefore needs no capitalization)!

    …and no, I’m not creaming over you: just that impressed.

    fyi: black-eyed peas are a Jewish food eaten at Rosh Hashana since the Babylonian times. Check your Talmud.

    1. Well, you have to understand, it’s a long story, there are hardly any RBP’s involved. You see, as the popish population was being oppressed, it was their own fault, being Cathlic. The celebration of some popish festivities could not be stopped, but those reverted to the their pagan roots. The most popular of those, involved young men painting their faces black, in part because they could not be recognized but also because that was fitting the winter night, the death phase in the cycle of life and the dark, fertile earth. OK, them eevil Cathlics got equal rights and all, and somebody wrote a book concerning a visit paid by St. Nicholas and his assistant, who happened to be black, probably to sort of neutralize the dangerous black painted elements, to a degree it WORKED! Mind you we are talking about somebody who had a first appearance in a Caribbean house slave costume, but he was not St. Nicholas’s slave, for the following reasons:
      1) St. Nicholas is a saint, therefor he is dead, and dead people cannot legally own slaves.
      2) St.Nicholas is a liberator, he would probably have convinced Piet’s owner that Pete was a good Christian and that Christians owning Christians go to hell, in case his owner did not understand that, St. Nicholas would have beaten him up and if that did not help, Mr. Owner would have been bagged and sold on a North-African slave market for his own good. St.Nick has style…
      3) First appearance is on free territory, slaves were not allowed there, slaves getting in were automatically UN-slaved. Because everybody knows that slaves are bad for the economy, cause civil unrest and all sorts of criminality.

      In later appearances, he is always wearing some sort of Page costume. He became very popular, and still is.

      What happened was that to a degree it helped, the black faced groups did start to to behave like RBP, they stopped stealing stuff, were not as naughty and bad as before, stopped spanking the booties of good girls, (though bad girl (and naughty boy) spanking was still allowed) and wrote poetry, fed the hungry, clothed the badly dressed and were otherwise nice folks.

      To an Oreo, or a Bounty as the Dutch say, it is a very special period of the year, the time of year one can after a bit of work walk on the street and become a white person with just a bit black on the outside, EVEN WITH FULLY NATURAL HAIR…

  20. Hi, just wanted to say that I thoroughly enjoy your Youtube videos and blog. I adore satirical humour and think it requires a certain degree of bravery to inject some humour into such a controversial and contentious subject. Very close to the bone hence all the angry comments from people who either fail to realise it’s satire or refuse take your work with a pinch of salt. It has definitely got me thinking about the way we define “whiteness” and “blackness” and how we’re constantly bombarded with media imagery ordering us all to stay within a predetermined box or face being ostracized… I could go on about the way you tackle the misrepresentation of gender roles etc but for the sake of brevity let me just say that I think what you’re doing is great and keep up the brilliant work! 🙂 Anyhow, must dash, I appear to have some brown that needs wiping off my nose lol!

  21. I discovered your Youtube and Blog today and although I have been warmed by your wit and charm I do think that you should be more representative of your black heritage. You are a well-educated/ cultured/ eclectic black person but when I watch your videos and read your posts I don’t you see you giving any credit to these well-deserved virtues as the characteristics of a black person instead, depicting them as what makes you an oreo. I don’t think race defines anyone and it shouldn’t be a limitation, just because you have certain tastes in music and literature doesn’t mean you should broadcast yourself as an oreo, it means you should still be proud to call yourself black while encompassing the traits of your personality. In the UK, the term for oreo is bounty, taken from the milk chocolate bar with coconut filling. People have called me a bounty in the past but I ignore it because I’m proud to be black and proud to be unique. Maybe when I was a teenager I would have supported your oreo campaign, but I’ve accepted myself and my differences.

    Take care of yourself. x

  22. Hello how are you? My name is Michael J. Williams and I personally think that your videos are hilarious and very thought-provoking. I honestly have no problem with your voice of opinion, satire, and delivery in your topics, however I do would like to ask you something in regards to the “why I don’t date black guys” video: I know you repeatedly mentioned places or hobbies that you typically do not see many black men attending and I understand that, however I just wonder if you do not like black men based on the fact that many do not have your same interests or because many black men seem to like being uncivilized? I say because unfortunately that is the image that you are showing.
    Now if there were black men around that were active in the finer arrangements of life, would you still have an interest for them or are even those types of black men out of the question as well?
    Also, do you believe that black men who have not accepted into the Ivy League qualify as being insufficient for superior intelligence and class?
    Of course these questions are all rhetorical and I am definitely not pronouncing judgment on you at all, I am interested to know if you’d considered all possible angles/viewpoints on black men, despite what you have seen on the news/MTV/BET, etc.
    Personally, I came from the hood in North Philadelphia and was raised by a black single-mother with no support from her family and loved ones. Because I came from that environment, people had been striking limitations on my ability to achieve academic excellence, and ever since then I have been proving them wrong.
    Right now I hold both a bachelors and masters degree in physics from Morehouse College and Fisk University; currently I am studying at Delaware State University for my Ph.D. in Optics.
    And no, I don’t go just for white women. I love all colors created; yellow, brown, dark brown, white, black, red…because I do not look on the outward appearance for attraction, I look at her heart. Of course, that is just me, however it is what should be done.
    It may sound like I am doing a PR session about myself, however based on what I saw, I was just hoping that you yourself would not pigeonhole people’s perceptions and perspectives on the spectrum on black men…because I personally know a lot of them who do shop at WholeFoods as well.

    And this whole “Oreo” thing, it may sound like you are blowing this off to eliminate the sting of the name for the sake of satire, but you shouldn’t have to label yourself as such to prove a point…because in my view, people are so ignorant, indignant, and full of resentment to create such a title for people of color who act properly or indulge in other forms of culture. Other people may want to call you “white on the inside” based on how they were raised, but you are just simply a “ravishing” beautiful woman, point blank. No color involved.

    Michael J. Williams
    A genuine black man.

  23. Why? This website? This Topic? What makes this website so important to you? What do you hope to gain? What do you want to come away with after web cerfing this website?



  24. I just love to hear a black woman (who is really attractive with a great smile and wit to boot) say that she never dates black guys!

    I would date an oreo like her anyday. She is definitely not your average black woman. Being Italian I have always had a thing for women with light black skin anyways, but this Oreo is not only I think really hilarious as well as real gorgeous!

    I heard that the black tribe leader Hannibal had his men go into the Sicilian (my father is Sicilian, my mothers’ side from Reggio Calabria) women?

    Well, Happy Holidays, Merry Christmas there, Oreo!
    http://www.goodsearch.com (make money for your charity)
    http://www.graceimpact.org (see the truth revealed to you if you dare)

  25. Love your freakin’ website! As a “nice Jewish boy” with mandatory jewfro (now shaved down), having never dated a white woman (or Jewess for that matter) and married to a nice black lady for about 15 years now, I find your enhanced perspective entertaining and wholly valid. You are doing a great job marketing yourself and hope you get a hyper-aggressive shark-agent (preferably a nice Jewish boy with nappy ginger hair so I can laugh at him and feel more secure in the process) sooner than later. You need to get out there, and we both think your site, honestly, is great and love what you are doing.

  26. British?
    I’m black/Puerto Rican
    The proof is in my package.
    Yeah, I get it.
    I kinda like black girls (or mixed with black) with an English accent. Often, I wonder what they sound like in bed when I pounce on them.

  27. You self-absorbed sweet young thing. Too bad you didn’t find any educated black men in B12 country to date you. What your patents should have done was send you to an east coast college where you could have found me and my highly educated homies. You’re not the only one you know. Heck, even the president is black nowadays.
    I’m not into riding horses or playing the cello but I used to study the trumpet and I can bang out a tune on the piano, but what I’d really like to do it be your primo experience when you go black. You’ll never go back.

    1. Ouch “trumpet”, Wilber that is about the most regular RBP choice of instrument possible!!! Not that there is anything actually wrong with that, of course.

  28. I just stumbled across your website and some of your videos. You are a sick, sick woman…….and I love it! Bravo and keep up the tomfoolery!

  29. Would it be in bad taste to send my oreo friend a link to this blog? I think she’d find it hilarious, but I’m not 100% certain and don’t want to inadvertently offend her.

  30. what if your grandfather( my fathers dad) is white on your fathers side, your great grandfather on your mothers( my moms grandfather) side is white, your mom is somewhat white and black, her mother is darkskinned of japanese ancestry, and your from miami florida proper edjucated fair/ lightish skin pegmint artist( painter drawer) and moving to los angeles to become a film writer and actor in three years. do i have a chance with an oreo.

  31. This 39 year old black man, Frisbee playing, fencing, show tune and Disney loving, Flute concerto in G major playing for my senior recital to finish out my performance degree in music, Loves your work! Keep it up!

  32. You’re the best! I’ve always been called a reverse Oreo because I’m white and I rap( I’m actually pretty good). I think your awesome, loved the white Christmas video. Are you really an Oreo, or just joking around? Either way I’m a big fan.

  33. hey doll,you are a very beautiful woman regardless of color or race. i would like to put my white pole all the way in you and make your little oreo (cream),i mean scream with delight.thank you for being so georgous. love always the tennessee stud

      1. Its amusing how unhappy and miserable you are in your skin. I wish too that you were white. God bless you feeble-minded oreo.

  34. Aydrea im a biracial man and I saw some of your blogs and youtube. About twelve years ago I had a website about playing your position verses becoming your intuition. I havent experienced enough “celebration of self” in this forum. This site has managed to seperate you. (if that was your goal) from the introduction of this site to the contact us where in this site does one go to celebrate being biracial without apology?

  35. Ms Oreo, you’re funny as hell. I stumbled onto you quite by accident on you tube. Keep those videos comming!

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  37. have too say that you are a funny young lady
    and just remember enjoy life too the fullest
    Wisdom is the Teacher,Knowledge is the Student. Understanding is a Road Map on a PathWay,that lead you too greater blessing

    best regards
    joey payton

  38. Which brand of relaxer do you use? The answer might explain to me where you come up with some of these asinine / great ideas and comments.

  39. You haven’t posted in quite awhile. Hope all is well. Please let us know you are alive and well.


  40. So today I bought a big pack of Oreos and just now I open up my pack and a few of my Oreos do not have the cream filling on the inside and I’m a bit disappointed ….I only had the cookie part. Please fix.

  41. I just learned about Blackface parties due to the hype about the film Dear White People. As a White married to a Black, I’m not sure what to make of it. Initially, your post sounded reasonable along the lines of if we cannot get people to stfu when the national anthem is sung can we at least compromise enough to get them to stand at attention and remove their hats? But then you went on a rant.
    If you take away the sanctimonious assumption that Black people think and vote as a block then you have to face the same reality that White people face every day: some of us are not like the rest and embarass us on a daily basis unless we apply filters to make clear distinctions: immigrant, southern European, white trash, didn’t go to college, etc.
    I’m sorry that this bothers you but if things are truly equal, then Nicki Minaj should be free to don a blonde wig or sport a necklace with a pendant in the shape of fried chicken without being labeled a sellout. Get out of your own way. Your argument reminds me of my mother-in-law defending her son’s right to engage in self destructive behavior or my wife adamantly defending Trayvon Martin while simultaneously refusing to learn anything about the case. Do you also defend gratuitous use of the n-word? It would seem that your real issue is that you want the protection of the Black identity and all the favoritism that comes with it but you don’t want the association with ghetto and view the average intelligence of Whites as too dumb to make the distinction.

  42. Hi

    I just discovered your Youtube account and website. You are absolutely precious and hilarious at the same time. Sad that I had not discovered you before now. Keep doing what you’re doing.


  43. Hello
    I want to ask something i am from the netherlands but why oreo just has 1 flouver in the netherlands.
    Have a nice day

  44. Where have you been Oreo you are hilarious so I’m looking for a used more from you so don’t give up keep on talking you want one trip

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  47. Why Carry a Gun?

    My old Grandpa said to me, ‘Son, there comes a time in every man’s life when he stops bustin’ knuckles and starts bustin’ caps and usually it’s when he becomes too old to take a whoopin’.

    I don’t carry a gun to kill people; I carry a gun to keep from being killed.

    I don’t carry a gun because I’m evil; I carry a gun because I have lived long enough to see the evil in the World.

    I don’t carry a gun because I hate the government; I carry a gun because I understand the limitations of government.

    I don’t carry a gun because I’m angry; I carry a gun so that I don’t have to spend the rest of my life hating myself for failing to be prepared.

    I don’t carry a gun because I want to shoot someone; I carry a gun because I want to die at a ripe old age in my bed and not on a sidewalk somewhere tomorrow afternoon.

    I don’t carry a gun to make me feel like a man; I carry a gun because men know how to take care of themselves and the ones they love.

    I don’t carry a gun because I feel inadequate; I carry a gun because unarmed and facing three armed thugs, I am inadequate.

    I don’t carry a gun because I love it; I carry a gun because I love life and the people who make it meaningful to me.

    Police protection is an oxymoron: Free citizens must protect themselves because police do not protect you from crime; they just investigate the crime after it happens and then call someone in to clean up the mess.

    Personally, I carry a gun because I’m too young to die and too old to take a whoopin’!



    In 1929, the Soviet Union established gun control:

    From 1929 to 1953, about 20 million dissidents, unable to defend themselves, were rounded up and exterminated.
    In 1911, Turkey established gun control:

    From 1915 to 1917, 1.5 million Armenians, unable to defend themselves, were rounded up and exterminated.
    Germany established gun control in 1938:

    From 1939 to 1945, a total of 13 million Jews and others who were unable to defend themselves were rounded up and exterminated.
    China established gun control in 1935: From 1948 to

    1952, 20 million political dissidents, unable to defend themselves, were rounded up and exterminated.
    Guatemala established gun control in 1964:

    From 1964 to 1981, 100,000 Mayan Indians, unable to defend themselves, were rounded up and exterminated.
    Uganda established gun control in 1970:

    From 1971 to 1979, 300,000 Christians, unable to defend themselves, were rounded up and exterminated.
    Cambodia established gun control in 1956:

    From 1975 to 1977, one million educated people, unable to defend themselves, were rounded up and exterminated.
    56 million defenseless people were rounded up and exterminated in the 20th Century because of gun control.
    You won’t see this data on the US evening news, or hear politicians disseminating this information.

    Guns in the hands of honest citizens save lives and property and, yes, gun-control laws adversely affect only the law-abiding citizens.

    With guns, we are ‘citizens’; without them, we are ‘subjects’.

    During WW II, the Japanese decided not to invade America because they knew most Americans were ARMED!

    Gun owners in the USA are the largest armed forces in the World!

    If you value your freedom, please spread this anti-gun control message to all of your friends.

    The purpose of fighting is to win. There is no possible victory in defense.

    The sword is more important than the shield and skill is more important than either.




    I’m a firm believer in the 2nd Amendment! If you are too, please forward this. If you’re not a believer, please reconsider the true facts.
    This is history; not what’s being shown on TV, sanctioned by our illustrious delusional leaders in Washington.

    Copy and Paste this on Facebook to let the facts be heard!

  48. Dear Oreo!
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