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    I can see black guys calling each other the N-word in a nonwork environment around the streets or in their houses but you're right it shouldn't be used at a workplace

    rappers and entertainers can use it because they're making millions of dollars off it and relating to inner-city people

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjgold View Post
    I can see black guys calling each other the N-word in a nonwork environment around the streets or in their houses but you're right it shouldn't be used at a workplace

    rappers and entertainers can use it because they're making millions of dollars off it and relating to inner-city people
    jj do you use the n-word or any of its derivatives in any way at any time in your life? even perhaps just alone in your house, by yourself?

    i use the -a version very rarely, at times, in public, but only when it is associated with a rap song in some way

    in private though, when I am alone by myself, I say both the -a and the -er versions all the time, it is fun to do that, i have to admit

    what is your usage of the word and its derivatives?

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    i went to school in atlanta . metro atlanta thats all the blacks used to call each other. unreal

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