Yeah... I recently moved into a poorer, "black" part of town, South Sacramento. I also take public transportation to work and school... I realized a while ago that I am at least somewhat racist. Not against all blacks, but against "ghetto" black people, which seem to be the ones I meet the most. In my experience, they're loud, they're crude, they're dismissive of authority, they're violent, they're insulting... you get the idea. I've reached the point where I assume a young black person I meet is such until I learn otherwise. I don't even necessarily like having these beliefs, but it is what it is.
The Makeout Hobo is real, and does indeed travel around the country in his van and make out with ladies... If you meet the Makeout Hobo, it is customary to greet him with a shot of whiskey and a high five (if you are a dude) or passionate makeouts (if you are a lady).
Blacks are allowed to be racist. There's nothing said or done to dissuade it whatsoever. It's championed. It's big business, for some.
Look what a black comedian can say about whites, and vice-versa. Look what black politicians can say about whites, and vice versa. The double standard examples are too numerous to count. Why are "hate crimes" only directed toward crimes against black people, but a black person can't commit a "hate crime".
Just watch a football game and listen to how announcers will comment on the "quick white guy". Can you imagine him saying "that guys pretty slow for a black guy?"
Last edited by Erod; 12-10-09 at 02:41 PM.