firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:Oh lord Kellory, lets just end the bs. How did I break the law? I guess you don't understand sarcasm. Sorry if my posts are hard read, I just typed on emotion and failed to proof read. I think I made my point, but in all honesty Kellory I dont think your racist and bet your good guy. I just wish ppl could stop stereotyping each other and give everyone a chance no matter what race. Even after having this discussing with you, I probably still could be your friend. Good luck on the season..
Deebz wrote:Hey kell,
after reading this thread, a question came to my mind. First of all, I think both of you (kell and blchambers) are making some decent points, or at the very least I can see where you're coming from.
But kell, I wonder what kind of area you live in? I come from a very rural area with a very small population of African Americans, or other minority groups for that matter. Could it be that you just happen to be in an area with more people, and it's not necessarily an ethnic thing with the loud music and attitudes but more a cultural thing for your area? During my college years, there were MANY cars that would go past bumping loud systems, and from what I remember it was about a 50/50 bet on the color of the driver. Even less, actually, when you throw in the large population of Asian and Latino people who also listened to loud music. If a person were to live near a college town, could they develop a prejudice against college kids? I think you'd find the answer to be yes, regardless of color. I myself have a hard time accepting somebody at face value if I find out that they take pride in having been a "frat boy"...
so what's my point?? Are your negative feelings towards black people in general, or just people who disrupt your daily pursuit of happiness (who just happen to be black based on the population of the area you live in)?
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