I tend to only befriend people the same race as I, on a subconcious level
I tend to befriend people of my on race on an unsubconcious level
I have friends of all races that I regulary hang out with
I have no desire to have friendships with other races
I don't set out not to have friends of other races, but the cards tend to fall that way
What I think is you're gleefully derailing your own thread.
It's either that or
I have many friends that I consider to be good friends that are from another race as me. I probably have more Egyptian and Middle Eastern friends than I do friends from other races/cultures. I enjoy spending time with them, and their race had no impact on me choosing to befriend them or to not befriend them.
Tired of elections being between the lesser of two evils.When the debate is lost, slander becomes the tool of the loser. -Socrates
I just hang out with cool people, if your not a douche, I'll hang out with you. Race does not factor in the equation.
If there's a god, damn it she won't mind.
If there's a god, baby she won't mind.
I have lots of casual friends or work buddies of widely varying races and whatnot.... black, white, hispanic, lesbian, Brit, agnostic, heck even a couple Democrats.
I have a very small circle of CLOSE friends... most are caucasian, other than one half-hispanic chick. I don't know why but it just worked out that way.
I don't have any Asian friends. Most Asians around here hang out together and don't speak very good english, though a fair number are 2nd and 3rd generation American citizens; I don't know how it ended up that way. I tend not to buddy around with someone I can't even have a conversation with because of the language barrier. They're mostly Laotian, Hmong and Viet (decendants of political refugees I think), along with a some Koreans, a few Chinese and a thin scatter of Japanese. Actually most of the Japanese speak perfect English, but there aren't many of them around and they're mostly educators or executives.
Fiddling While Rome Burns
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"I used to roll the dice; see the fear in my enemies' eyes... listen as the crowd would sing, 'now the old king is dead, Long Live the King.'.."
The main question has to be about a society: it is asking about commonness, about how frequently some trait shows up in a group. The second question is meant to supply the information for answering the main question. Narrow reading comprehension is not your friend.
if we have stuff in common, we are going to hang out.
regardless of race, religion, and nationality.
I have Jewish, Christian, & Muslim friends.
I have white, Asian, Hispanic, and black friends.
though, I am of the post-Civil Rights era generation.