Last edited by ConnSKINS26; July-23rd-2009 at 07:49 PM.
Well, it bit him in the ass when he found out that an African American student got accepted and he didn't.
I wouldn't want to list all of what he did, but I can guarantee you that he has a life, spoke to thousands of people(slurred voice but spoke with confidence), and helped out young deaf children at a deaf camp.
I see no evidence of discrimination here.
again, stop ignoring the parts were I ask you what any of this had to do with my quote. what did it have to do with it? stop trolling and discuss this somewhere else.
Last edited by difleha; July-23rd-2009 at 08:16 PM.
Maybe you didn't read my last post. Don't you see the evidence here?
Girl: 1800 sat score. Ranked 17th out of 500 kids. Don't know more about her though. Probably wrote a stellar essay though...
Brother: 2100 sat score. Ranked 1st out of 500. Okay essay. Wrote a bill on demanding more rights to handicapped kids in school. Plays soccer and golf. Ranked 51st in a national debating tournament.
Last edited by difleha; July-23rd-2009 at 08:24 PM.
number 2 If the white professer got unruly then yes he would deserve to get arrested.
Remember the Duke rape case. 4 white guys get arrested and vbasically have their lives ruined
Last edited by Seabee1973; July-24th-2009 at 02:48 AM.
And, so, it is frustrating when Christians lose their principles and compromise on the brilliant truth and the power of the gospel to save people from all sins. It is frustrating when Christians take the side of the enemy, against fellow believers. And it is frustrating when Christians re-crucify Christ, through their obsession with never-ending transgression. But, all these things – and, so much more – needn't make us afraid; they should make us more ready to love Michael Glatze
Sorry, but that's a bunch of shenanigans. The quality of being not racist must be observed? That's weak and illogical. It's a catch 22. It doesn't take into account that some people are blinded and indoctrinated. What they consider racist is sometimes laughable. If I do something, or don't do something innocently and some activist thinks it's racist; that doesn't make it so. It doesn't depend on people's viewpoint. What if they're a dumbass? There is a standard and people who make outlandish stretches and play the race card like it's a casino game, can suck it. All it does is cause more hate.Professor Stephen Carter of Yale said once that saying you aren't a racist is like saying you're humble: it just doesn't work. both are qualities that must be observed about you by others.
I think people are far too sensitive about race. I could care less about your skin color because chances are I will not like you because you are a dishonest, insincere douchebag. If you happen to be brown or yellow, so be it.
Certainly the world looks at everything through a prism of race but I dance to my own drummer. I guess I subconsciously consider race, but never in a sense of fear or hatred. I do make fun of my brown and yellow friends for being, well, brown and yellow, but it's nothing serious and if someone gets offended by that then it's their problem because I mean nothing derogatory by it at all.
One thing I do know is that Asian women are hawt, I love burritos, and that curry cuscus I had the other night was amazing.
I'd like to pretend I'm clean, and race is never a factor for me and others but the truth is that we're all human. As a minority, I have felt discriminated against or felt that unfair stereotypes had prevented me from succeeding in certain situations. At the same time, I also have stereotyped and discriminated against others, including my own race.
As an Asian, I feel it is very difficult to succeed on other factors besides pure merit. What I mean is, there are several white people who are successful not because they are good at what they do, but because they maintain good relationships and are charismatic. Once they infiltrate the good old boys club, there's nothing stopping them. It just doesn't seem possible for the typical Asian to be able to do that in a white-dominated society, not to the same extent but similar to the way it is almost impossible for a white person to have the same opportunities at a successful corporate career in Japan or Korea as a Japanese or Korean native.
YET, when I do see the uncommon Asian who does so, I consider him whitewashed. And even though I'm probably more on the liberal side of the immigration issue, I tend to dislike Latinos. I just don't like the way they act, I've had a couple of bad experiences with them, and just by skimming the police reports on the Fairfax County Police Department's web-site, you can't help but notice many of the more heinous crimes are being committed by Latino guys.
Also, has anyone seen "Do the Right Thing" by Spike Lee? One of the most profound things I read after watching the movie was that most black people will tend to be appalled at Radio Raheem's death, while most white people will be shocked at what happens to Sal's pizzaria. Admittedly, I felt stronger about Sal's pizzaria, but after reading that piece of knowledge, I realized there was really no way I could justify the destruction of a simple pizza shop as being worse than the death of a black man just because he played the radio too loud.
So yeah, I'm racist. I wish I wasn't, though.
Last edited by Shilsu; July-24th-2009 at 05:21 AM.
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