Basic Geography

4 12 2012

Collar Counties

There’s a way to make ISHA back down.  (Not that I want them to, I’m amazed they’re even pushing the issue.)

Show them “Sudan” on a map, and this will show them that Sudan is in Africa, meaning the four gentlemen in question are black.

That way, this dastardly bigotry being practiced against them in the Land of Lincoln will come to a screeching halt.

But just between you, me and the gatepost — I don’t put all the credibility in the world in Sudanese birth certificates.  I get the feeling they’re a little older than high school age.  But…it doesn’t matter; our diversity is our strength.  And all that matters is a suburban high school’s cross country and basketball team winning.

H/T RJP.

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4 12 2012
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Mooseheart’s team:

10 Hameed Odenewu So. 6-4
11 Jon Hart Sr. 6-4
14 Peter Kurowski Jr. 6-3
20 Oumaru Abdulahi Sr. 5-8
22 Elijah Ole-sabay Jr. 6-3
24 Mangisto Deng Jr. 6-7
25 Kevin Gbadebo Sr. 5-9
32 Makur Puou Jr. 6-10
35 Walli Sanni Sr. 6-4
44 Akim Nyang Jr. 7-1

From: http://www.maxpreps.com/high-schools/mooseheart-red-ramblers-(mooseheart,il)/basketball/roster.htm)

Tough to tell exactly which ones are the Sudanese.

UPDATE – from the Trib: The place was Mooseheart, a “child city and school,” near the banks of the Fox River in Batavia.

It turns out that 6-feet-7-inch Mangisto Deng, 7-footer Akim Nyang, 6-feet-8-inch Makur Puou and 6-feet-4-inch Wal Khat are also talented athletes.

MOOSEHEART is a residential childcare facility, located on a 1,000-acre campus 38 miles west of Chicago. The Child City is a home for children and teens in need, from infancy through high school.

So it’s what used to be known as a children’s home, and was formerly known as an orphanage. ,,,,,,

Do we really need to recruit orphans to live in this country (and play bassetball)?

It’s website reads:

…. MOOSEHEART cares for youth whose families are unable, for a wide variety of reasons, to care for them. Some have lost one or both parents; others are living in environments that are simply not conducive to healthy growth and development.

Sound like anything that might be familiar to a Shaniqua or Shitavious?




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