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post #91 of 109
Raphs on raphs on raphs!

So many damn words in this thread it dont make sense...

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post #92 of 109
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oh, well that's where we're missing each other. laugh.gif

i'm not saying that they're the only ones. i'm comparing the maroons to the black people...

negative marron characteristics are put to every maroon... even though my teacher is a maroon and worked on wall street for 20 years. laugh.gif

people think he's dumb b/c of how he talks and the fact that he likes horses... they lump him in with the rest of the rednecks that they see on tv...

same thing happens w/ black people. they see the negative and lump them in...



the difference is w/ maroon folks... it stops there... it doesnt spill over into ivy leaguers or construction workers. its strictly for the maroons.



the point i'm getting at is that, like knowledge said... "look at those INDIVIDUALS"...

instead of look at "those people" when thjey talk about the black people.

I totally agree with this.  In a perfect world this is what it should be.  Unfortunately we live in a imperfect world and this is how it is for some of us.

post #93 of 109
^ No matter what you TYPE, when you walk past a person their skin color, dress, weight, sex, everything about them determines how much your antennas are up. Sounds noble to, "Not preJUDGE" but that is impossible with the human mind. You form an opinion on what you see based on the information available to you. If you can only see a person, you will form an opinion from that alone.
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^ No matter what you TYPE, when you walk past a person their skin color, dress, weight, sex, everything about them determines how much your antennas are up. Sounds noble to, "Not preJUDGE" but that is impossible with the human mind. You form an opinion on what you see based on the information available to you. If you can only see a person, you will form an opinion from that alone.

It's not impossible.  It's just based off how you came up through life.  If I got the time I'll chop it up with anybody.  Like I said before you never know what you can take from a random interaction.  I look at everyone as angels sent here from God to teach me valuable life lessons.  Whether it be a negative or a positive interaction theres something to be learned.

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It is what it is...my ancestors were enslaved by your people and now they're trying to damn near erase it outta American history in public schools....


Blonde hair blued eyed Jesus gave y'all forgiveness tho sick.gif

The geniuses behind the one drop rule LOL and the ones who throw racist remarks towards Obama even tho he's half WHITE


**** weird

"My people" are Irish immigrants who weren't even in America at the time of slavery lol.. Keep thinking the world owes you something though

thats the problem with a lot of people who have the balls to argue their racially prejudice viewpoints against blacks (no you dont get points for being honest/vocal about it lol)

 

unless i missed something, no where in Mr Marcus' quote did he even hint at reparations/compensation for his ancestors enslavement so why would you even mention the world owes him something???

 

you just dismissed a very real problem with a very ignorant accusation

 

honestly the only way the whole race issue is going to be settle is if people follow a true assessment process, many people feel like admitting their feelings towards blacks is enough, very few go so far as to acknowledge that it is actually wrong, and barely any decide to fix it

 

but ive already had too many discussions/arguments with actual self-proclaimed racists to know that not many people will change their minds until something extremely traumatic happens

post #96 of 109
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Originally Posted by DCAllAmerican View Post

^ No matter what you TYPE, when you walk past a person their skin color, dress, weight, sex, everything about them determines how much your antennas are up. Sounds noble to, "Not preJUDGE" but that is impossible with the human mind. You form an opinion on what you see based on the information available to you. If you can only see a person, you will form an opinion from that alone.


Repped

I hate people act like they don't prejudge; for good or for bad. It's a survival tactic, you see ten dudes with red hats and blue shoes, next dude you see with a red hat, you'll 'prejudge' (assume) he's wearing blue shoes.

People pretending like they 'don't see race' are clearly forcing themselves into a over liberalized box. You mean to tell me you don't see this dude has pale skin and the next dude has bronze skin? That's ridiculous. It's what you do with it that matters. You might not assume he's up to no good, maybe you assume he can play ball, or he is poetic,either wAy, you assume something about the next man, to say you don't is to hold yourself above basic human evolution, which is arrogant.
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^ No matter what you TYPE, when you walk past a person their skin color, dress, weight, sex, everything about them determines how much your antennas are up. Sounds noble to, "Not preJUDGE" but that is impossible with the human mind. You form an opinion on what you see based on the information available to you. If you can only see a person, you will form an opinion from that alone.


Repped

I hate people act like they don't prejudge; for good or for bad. It's a survival tactic, you see ten dudes with red hats and blue shoes, next dude you see with a red hat, you'll 'prejudge' (assume) he's wearing blue shoes.

People pretending like they 'don't see race' are clearly forcing themselves into a over liberalized box. You mean to tell me you don't see this dude has pale skin and the next dude has bronze skin? That's ridiculous. It's what you do with it that matters. You might not assume he's up to no good, maybe you assume he can play ball, or he is poetic,either wAy, you assume something about the next man, to say you don't is to hold yourself above basic human evolution, which is arrogant.

the solution is not to get people to stop stereotyping because that's impossible for the human mind to do. the solution is to somehow get people to stereotype minorities in a positive way rather than negative 

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post #98 of 109
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It's not impossible.  It's just based off how you came up through life.  If I got the time I'll chop it up with anybody.  Like I said before you never know what you can take from a random interaction.  I look at everyone as angels sent here from God to teach me valuable life lessons.  Whether it be a negative or a positive interaction theres something to be learned.
You didn't understand what I said.

I never said that you couldn't put aside those prejudices and talk/spend time with someone. I am simply saying that as a human being, it is mentally impossible to look at someone and not form an opinion based on physical appearance. Anytime you look at any person for the first time, SOMETHING pops up in your mind. There is no escaping that, I don't care if Mother Theresa and the Dali Lama are your parents
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You didn't understand what I said.

I never said that you couldn't put aside those prejudices and talk/spend time with someone. I am simply saying that as a human being, it is mentally impossible to look at someone and not form an opinion based on physical appearance. Anytime you look at any person for the first time, SOMETHING pops up in your mind. There is no escaping that, I don't care if Mother Theresa and the Dali Lama are your parents

True dat.  It's that lack of optimism that really clogs up and stops potentially great interactions.  I can't deny tho that the first thing that pops up in my head when I met new people is negativity, but I don't let that kill my optimism most of the time.

post #100 of 109
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True dat.  It's that lack of optimism that really clogs up and stops potentially great interactions.  I can't deny tho that the first thing that pops up in my head when I met new people is negativity, but I don't let that kill my optimism most of the time.
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post #101 of 109

Can't this unfortunately be flipped too? A black guy dating a white woman is seen as a "sell out" and other things? 

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Anybody who feels like the thread title deserves to be shot in the head. 

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as an african american woman how do you feel about all this?

 

:rollin
 
I'm done b...
post #104 of 109
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as an african american woman how do you feel about all this?

 

:rollin
 
I'm done b...

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post #105 of 109
I wish everyone would just judge off of individual character. I see/know a lot of black people that go far against the grain so they wouldn't be generalized. I think its stupid to force yourself to be something your not for acceptance when at the end of the day your still considered a *****.

Only someone ignorant would consider such a thing. If it's penis envy then they need to date virgins. This world stupid ...end rant
post #106 of 109
Just like I don't date white girls *shrugs*

Don't find many white women attractive, dont know why and dont care to.

Everyone has their preferences b.

But as far as white girls being "tainted" if they date a black dude, its because either:

1. them peen stereotypes smokin.gif

2. they look down on us as inferior/2nd rate humans

It could only be one of those b, or a combo of both. it is what it is.
Edited by WhatsLosinLike - 11/17/13 at 9:41pm
post #107 of 109
If a chick is attractive it doesn't matter the skin color/race she still is going to be attractive, I'd never been able to sustain a relationship with a woman that lacks color though.
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stop it 5...
post #109 of 109
Me no like white wimenz
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