Brayden_ while family obviously has a huge influence she was in college during what year 2013? She was old enough to see that her views were just not acceptable in this age
Also it'd be different if she actually apologized
Brayden_ its not like she was going to a segregated all white college LOL she was around people of all races. even if her family was racist, in her education racism is not tolerated
and even tho family opinions matter, it is ultimately up to the individual (especially if they are adults) to form their OWN views and opinions. they can choose to believe what their family does, choose to follow others opinions, or form their own. Aaryn chose to believe her family
loves u and I'm against racism but she was funny as hell LOL
I make jokes all the time and people who hate on something so small take away from the ACTUAL racism that happens in the world
bitches need 2 focus on that instead of some dumb comments aaryn made
We saw two months of her 22 years of living.... I've said it once & I'll say it again. She's a product of her environment. My Facebook is living proof of that. BUT after the show, you can tell she's changed. She's much more aware of different cultures & has grown into a better person. I was a fan of hers throughout it all, bc I can relate to what her mindset was before it was made public.
I don't know what you mean by "she deserved the threats" but if Aaryn was receiving death threats, I don't think that's ok. She definitely deserved the boos, but I don't think ANYONE deserves death threats, even if they are racist. Even murderers and rapists don't deserve death threats, at least IMO.
Also, I'm not glad she hasn't changed and that she's a Trump supporter. I know that part of your blog was partially sarcastic, I don't necessarily think advocating for hating specific people because of their overt racism will really help with racism as a whole, it only turns that person into a martyr for others, and then makes people who think they're not racist but are feel better about themselves.
1 ½ cups milk (plus more as needed)
2 teaspoons vanilla extract
2 cups self-rising flour
¼ teaspoon baking soda
1/3 cup superfine granulated sugar
2 tablespoons butter, melted
In a bowl or 2-cup measure, whisk together milk, egg and vanilla. Into another bowl, sift flour and baking soda. Stir in sugar. Make a well in the center. Add milk mixture. Whisk until just combined. Batter will be thick (thin with a little milk, if desired; batter will get even thicker as it sits).
Heat a large nonstick skillet or griddle over medium heat. Brush pan with melted butter. Using about ¼ cup batter per pancake, cook pancakes 3 to 4 minutes or until bubbles appear on surface. Turn and cook 3 minutes or until cooked through. Transfer to a plate. Cover loosely with foil to keep warm. Repeat with remaining mixture, brushing pan with butter between batches. Serve.
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