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Sep 06 2013

Wanting to Avoid Getting Mugged, Raped, or Killed Is Racist

Don’t you dare steer your family away from the parts of town where they would be likely to be subjected to violence. That would be racist:

A new app originally named “ghetto tracker” is causing all kinds of controversy.

In less than 24 hours, this brand new app created enough backlash to prompt an immediate name change.

Instead of “Ghetto Tracker” it’s now called “Good Part of Town.”

Still, critics call it racist and classist, saying it’s a way for the rich to avoid the poor.

The company has gone into frantic damage control mode.

In addition to the name change, the word “ghetto” has been removed from the app and the company’s website.

Also, after the re-launch, the creator swapped out the pictures on the website of a white family to include more ethnical-diverse families.

Acknowledging the way things really are cannot be tolerated, or the whole phony house of cards our television sets present as “reality” will come crashing down in ruin.

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The unconscionably white faces have been removed.

On a tip from Bill T.

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  • Lefty Mongtard

    It should be ok in the grotto if you have a hopey changey sticker along with a coexist sticker and some Birkenstocks on. The good comrade homies on the corner with cellophane and ziplock baggies with a mysterious substance in them will issue a ghetto pass for being so progressive.

  • Mickey Shea

    So trying to avoid gangs of feral, murderous negros is now a bad thing? I thought it was standard operating procedure.

  • marcus t. cicero

    “Reality” is only the name of a TV show… :(

  • Flu-Bird

    Whine,whine,whine thats all these sniveling little liberal pansies ever do is Whine,Whine,Whine

  • StanInTexas

    I have a new name for this application…

    “The parts of town that even the Police will not enter”

  • DJ

    The cowards should have renamed it the “Avoid the Groid” app.

  • dr. theo

    I’ve long appreciated that the main thoroughfare through those parts of town in most cities are invariably named Martin Luther King Parkway or something along those lines. When traveling I always knew what exit NOT to take for food and fuel.

  • http://www.katjasdacha.com Katja

    Reminds me of back when Glenn Beck had his “Restoring Honor” rally in DC. Somebody not associated with GB made up a map of the DC transit system with warnings to tourists coming in of what stops not to wander out from. The Left went nuts over this & tried to wring it around GB’s neck. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/08/23/glenn-beck-rally-attendee_n_691578.html

  • http://moonbattery czuch

    Perhaps a “Hunting guide”?

  • Mr. Rational

    I thought it was “hideously White”.  Of course, White guilt already makes it unconscionable to be White or admit that Whites achieve better results through… oh, achievement maybe?  They’re certainly not getting their low crime rates and SAT scores by EBT.

    Apparently, you’re supposed to be ashamed of anything that EBT won’t buy.

    I would not be surprised if sales of this app suffer because the makers went into full-supplication mode.  The next step is to make it less useful because it “discriminates”, and that will be the death of it.

  • rex freeway

    Are they willing to sell the app rites? I see millions to be made with this life saver. And unlike the current owners i will not back down to any one. Bring it Sharpton. Ive wanted a piece of you for a long time. And to hell with Holder. He has nothing to bring to any table since the fast and furious

  • Laurie

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    So what’s the app called now so we can download it??

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  • Sweep the leg

    “…saying it’s a way for the rich to avoid the poor.”

    Annnnd…just what the fork is wrong with that?

    Oh yeah!! I forgot! This is amerika, and we (white people) have NO RIGHTS concerning whom we choose to assemble with. The great “civil rights” decisions of the 60′s took care of that.

  • Bee

    Simple: find the local “Martin Luther King” Blvd/Ave/Way and then avoid anything streets within 10 blocks on either side

  • john

    They should have just called the app “Avoid The Groid.”

  • John Doe

    It’s so pathetic how so many white people always cower and back down when they get called racist. The app developers should grow a pair.

  • JoeK Loth

    Perhaps the app makers could, in order to balance out said racism, make an app showing the ferel coloreds which affluent neighborhoods to avoid in order not to be racially profiled by the neighborhood crime watch syndicate, the police or any potential victims!!
    I avoid kneegrows like the plague now cause you just doon’t know how far their psychosis has advanced, thanks obamao, you fucking piece of shit racist, (grumbling)…taken our country back 60+ yrs in terms of race relations. What an vile evil ass-hole obamao is.

  • JoeK Loth

    P.S. That is so true about any street named after MLK. Here or rather down there in Shitzinnat,Oh, MLK Ave. runs through one of the many ghettos and right through the University of Cincinnati, so you have coloreds comin at ya on one end of it and crazy fucking Jew hating liEberal palestinian protesters at the other end of it!! Go figure!! It is also true that EVERY ghetto in America is in a democRAT run (ruined) city!! What are the odds of that happening?!!

  • big-pete

    App now renamed to “Run, White Boy, Run!”

  • Mr. Rational

    Not having a smart phone, I would like to know if it is actually a way for “the rich to avoid the poor”.

    Let’s compare a list of poor neighborhoods in W. Virginia to the areas this app says to avoid.  Then let’s see how many of the former are majority-White.

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  • http://www.henrypbabcock.com Henry

    Still, critics call it racist and classist, saying it’s a way for the rich law abiding to avoid the poor criminals.

    FIFY. No more racism or classism…

  • Ragnar Lothbrok

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