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Rampage says he’s done with ‘slavery’ from the UFC

Rampage says he’s done with ‘slavery’ from the UFC

I would try to define slavery in this article, but every dictionary available uses the word slavery within it’s own definition. I’ve often wondered if dictionary makers out there knew how counterproductive it was to define a word by using that same word in the definition. What’s the point of including that word in the dictionary if you clearly don’t know how to define it? It’s days like today that I wish Bloodstain Lane would call you out in an ‘ether’ video and let you know how much you’ve frustrated society. You may or may not watch the video, but at least you’ll know how we feel about you for giving us false hope by looking to a dictionary for help. It’s because of people like you that Rampage misinterpreted the definition of ‘slavery’ in this interview with Bas Rutten with regards to using the word describe his employment with the UFC. Or maybe he understands the word correctly, and I don’t — damn you dictionary. [Source]

‪”I don’t want to be with them no more,” Jackson said. “I think that slavery is done.”

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