You never did answer a single question, just played dodge the question.
You claim to be able to tell by looking a person's racial backround when your own dad can look as black ans any african.
I've seen blondes with the facial features of an african and very dark girls with the facial features of a Nordic Goddess.
I don't know if your facts are wrong or not....will let you know after you present one for scrutiny...
With any luck Zimmerman has had enough reality and will settle for playing Xbox for his hero fix.
This is a straight up occurrence of black on white crime, it will be forgotten by this time next week.
All you give is opinion and a very biased one at that. As far as the teen goes you have ZERO fact there, just more biased opinion based on looks and even though you know your dad looks like an african when he stands out in the sun too long.
Blacks are far more racist than whites. They blame their destroyed community on racism when they need to take a long hard look in the mirror.
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Yep, my kids have been made painfully aware from each of their births that I'm not here to be their best buddy. My role as their father is to guide them through life, teaching them about my experiences when the moment demands and to get them to think critically about the choices they make. They ALL know that I am fair, but stern. They ALL know that when my wife and I make a decision it is decided upon after careful consideration, and that they have an opportunity to provide an argument as to why they might feel we are wrong. If the argument is compelling enough, both my wife and I have changed our minds, if only to let the children know that we stand behind our word to be fair and considerate. We always weigh a change in our position with the level and degree of harm any situation might present itself, and we're all too willing to allot a degree of trust if the risk vs reward is warranted. In addition, and something I am seeing more and more of in our society is that we actually play with our kids. Have you ever noticed that when you take your kids out, that parents almost never interact with their children. They tend to just take them to where the event is and then stand around texting, talking to other parents or whatever, but almost never actually playing. THIS is a component in our society that is wrong headed and I'm not sure how we got here, but it's a really dysfunctional path we're heading on. I'm 45 and I still go down the slide with my kids, or race through the bounce-house with them, or fire rockets, or play hot wheels and build a track. Sure I'm tired as hell when I'm done work, but it's IMPORTANT to their well-being, and sleep is way overrated anyway..
I'm not trying to say I'm perfect at parenting, and I make a lot of mistakes and probably will always make mistakes, but I am keenly aware that the effort to participate in our kids upbringing is one of the most important things we can do as parents. Our level of interest in their lives, perceived good or bad speaks volumes for their health as they grow into adults.
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