All ignorance aside.. We've all said it about one race or another.... no specifics from me... but seriously, how is it that this happens? Like I know all (insert any race here)people don't look the same to each other, but they do to me, or you. And it's different for every person. Some Japanese guymight say all.. I dunno.. all Italians look the same. And of course the Italian guy would be like ""Wth ?" But on another note, some Black guy might say all Mexicans look the same.Or maybe some Navajo guy thinks all Iraqis look the same. And of course it isn't true. Nobody looks exactly like anybody; not even twins.We're all about as different as snow flakes, for lack of a better cliche. And I don't think anybody is really intentionally coming off racists, buthave you seen a herd of zebra lately? We're all human here, so let's be real. I'm sure they can see the difference, but I damn surecan't. All I see is striped horses. What is that? How does that work? Is it scientific or social? Is it an instinctive "Us vs. Them" mentality?