Is Trayvon Martin Our ‘Bubba Effect?’

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PostSat Mar 31, 2012 7:43 pm » by Rydher


noentry wrote:Can you not see how loosely this term is being used.


As it's supposed to be. Hence the term 'Bubba'. Beck just gave examples of how the effect can work with different groups.

Glenn Beck and General Jerry Boykin discussed a phenomena dubbed the “Bubba Effect,” in which Average Joes — or “Bubbas” — band together (even siding with someone who has committed a crime), against the government when they feel they have been wronged by that very government.


Then they discussed how it would apply to a Muslim terrorist, but the effect can apply to any situation. As said in the very first sentence of the post.

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PostSat Mar 31, 2012 8:01 pm » by Noentry


rydher wrote:
noentry wrote:Can you not see how loosely this term is being used.


As it's supposed to be. Hence the term 'Bubba'. Beck just gave examples of how the effect can work with different groups.

Glenn Beck and General Jerry Boykin discussed a phenomena dubbed the “Bubba Effect,” in which Average Joes — or “Bubbas” — band together (even siding with someone who has committed a crime), against the government when they feel they have been wronged by that very government.


Then they discussed how it would apply to a Muslim terrorist, but the effect can apply to any situation. As said in the very first sentence of the post.


Please explain the bigger picture I have missed.

And then we can carry on with the rest of your statement rydher
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PostSat Mar 31, 2012 8:32 pm » by Rydher


noentry wrote:And then we can carry on with the rest of your statement rydher


There is nothing else to carry on with. The statement and definition speaks for itself.

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PostSat Mar 31, 2012 8:42 pm » by Noentry


rydher wrote:
noentry wrote:And then we can carry on with the rest of your statement rydher


There is nothing else to carry on with. The statement and definition speaks for itself.


yes as does this one.

Anyone that uses the Bubba effect is using it because Glen Beck tells you how to think and what to say.

And I think you dont even know what this big picture you speak of.
It is just some shit you made up to sound smart. In the end it made you sound like a fucking moron as usual
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PostSat Mar 31, 2012 8:47 pm » by Spock


I guess I'm not understanding NoEntry, are you saying the Bubba Effect isn't real? Or that you can't understand why I would post that article and say that was linked to it?

The Bubba Effect can take on many forums. From a truck full of rednecks, to probono lawyers, to organizations throwing money behind a cause. It is the byproduct of injustice, whether it itself is justice or not.

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PostSat Mar 31, 2012 8:50 pm » by Noentry


spock wrote:I guess I'm not understanding NoEntry, are you saying the Bubba Effect isn't real? Or that you can't understand why I would post that article and say that was linked to it?

The Bubba Effect can take on many forums. From a truck full of rednecks, to probono lawyers, to organizations throwing money behind a cause. It is the byproduct of injustice, whether it itself is justice or not.


Spock in regards of your post about the gun defense

Is the Bubba effect good or bad? :headscratch:
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The second-rate mind is only happy when it is thinking with the minority.
The first-rate mind is only happy when it is thinking."
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PostSat Mar 31, 2012 8:54 pm » by Noentry


If I believe George Sorros is an evil man head of an evil empire.
Am I part of the Bubba effect?
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The second-rate mind is only happy when it is thinking with the minority.
The first-rate mind is only happy when it is thinking."
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PostSat Mar 31, 2012 9:01 pm » by Spock


I think that particular instance all depends at this point. If this is something that can be used by Mr. holder as a ploy to muscle away the 2nd Ammendment, then it is a good thing. If it is found that Zimmerman acted in self defense and that the media doctored pictures in order to hide his wounds and make him appear guilty, after claiming this was a racially motivated white on black crime, then I would say it is a good thing too. If however, none of these are true or viable, and Trey was murdered by an over zealous vigilante, I would say the support is not justified and wrongly targeted.

Aside from that, I woulda say the act itself, regardless of which side of their position you stand by, is an byproduct of the media circus, and part of the bubba effect.

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PostSat Mar 31, 2012 9:04 pm » by Noentry


The Bubba Effect

February 22, 2009 By: RJ Category: Community, Media

This weekend I had the opportunity to accidentally ‘bump into’ Fox News and hear Mr. Glenn Beck talking about the “Bubba Effect.”

For those of you who may not know, this is the tendency for some in our society to ‘take-to-the-hills and bury ammo and Bibles because THEY is a comin.’ Now the question you have to ask yourself is, who is they? United States Army (Ret) Command Sgt Major Tim Strong as well as an ex-CIA agent were guests of Mr. Beck. Mr. Strong spoke at length without being specific about the ‘Bubbas’ and indicated several known separatist groups as well some that most people are unaware of buried deep in our society. Again, they were not mentioned by name but having spent 20 + years as an AT specialist I am familiar with what he is talking about.

In my opinion, the show on it’s most transparent level attempted to address people’s fears about the unknown in these trying times. Along with the idea that big government has become to intrusive. However, due to the slick presentation and propaganda package that Fox News likes to use the actual message was closer to validating insurrection and homegrown terrorism.

I suggest that all of you take the time to scan news sources and listen with an unbiased and informed ear. Listen to what they are saying, pay attention to your next door neighbor or that guy down the street. I’m not saying that we need to spy on each other but what I am saying is that there are a lot of disgruntled (or better yet Gruntled) people out there and in their haste to do something/anything could in fact do our country great harm.

http://naacpoc.org/2009/02/the-bubba-effect/
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