no i don't hate jay because he's rising at all. completely false. the only time i flag up jay's background is when he says overtly anti-poor or anti-working-class things, or spouts these utterly ridiculous 'i'm middle class and successful, fuck the poor' ayn rand type shit. and then my comments are more highlighting the transparent psychology at play, rather than me dissing poor people or trying to 'dirty' jay. my sentiments are: "why try so hard to forget where you come from, and diss them?". i expect jay to have a little more understanding of why some people are in poverty and aren't 'making it', but instead he routinely trots out this free-market individualist randian bullshit that says poor people are somehow low-life or indolent. so i pick on his class because i know, with his conceit, it annoys him. but that focus DOES NOT come from the fact i think jay should 'stay poor', or 'know his place', or because he's a 'lowly' person. why would i have a problem with someone's success? i just have a problem with people's lack consistency and paradoxical beliefs/values. jay is full of them. he took the typical 'poor guy' route into college and a profession, using grants, and now he wants to disallow everyone else to have grants, and frequently makes out poor people 'deserve' their
state. that's just funny to me.
again: not a racist, definitely not a supporter of some indian-style caste system. you see what you want to see. seems pretty silly to me.
oh and you're the one who always fires off about multiculturalism being the death of western civilization, so let's not even go there. accusing me of being a racist and then making snide remarks about multiculturalism in the same breath. jesus christ dude. you are unbelievable.