Trayvon Martin Was a Punk

394856It is sad to have to bring up the character of the dead in a bad light, but when that character is the direct cause of his death and racists want to ignore it and make him seem to be some innocent child, than it becomes something that needs to be discussed.

Would anyone think it is ok to sucker punch someone in the nose and beat their head on concrete? Somehow this is ignored along with Trayvon’s history of fighting and drug use. With the attitude of today’s teens is it really that out of context to think he would attack Zimmerman?

When you hear about this innocent child needing justice realize that the racists who are saying this are ignoring the fact that Trayvon was the aggressor and got what was legally coming to him when he attacked.

One of the biggest lessons we should learn from this is that punks can’t get away with it.

Check it out:

If you’re in your late teens and you get shot after assaulting a neighborhood-watch supervisor, and you want someone else to get blamed for your behavior, here are thirteen tips to make you look like an “innocent child” that loves Skittles, doing math and riding horses versus a gangbanger-in-waiting.

1. Don’t have pictures on social media, or on your cell phone, of your holding guns like a gangsta. If you do take pictures with firearms, make certain the weapon is held properly, away from the camera, with your finger off the trigger and it does not give off the I’m-a-criminal-in-training vibe. Just a thought.

2. Don’t have multiple pictures of your inhaling weed floating around on either social media or in your cell phone where the police can retrieve them and use them against you. This, too, hampers the “innocent child” motif.

3. Also, when you do flip off the camera, go with the one-hand F-you, rather than the double finger fongool. The double-finger F-you is too over the top. One F-you should suffice as it’ll show that you are a gentleman that has restraint and are an innocent soul, almost … child like.

Indeed, the one-finger F-you can easily be explained as innocuous, childhood banter between chums. For example, “Hi, do you want to play? No? Okay, F-you. Have a good day, talk to you later”. See?



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