« on: September 04, 2007, 08:19:38 AM »
The title of this thread is rather condescending. I find it amusing actually, because it was probably unintentional yet it says a lot about the OP.
Yep. It's very condescending. She might as well call me a N****R!
You're right about it being unintentional. BlondnGreen strikes me as....umm....young.
I've never used the 'n' word. To me the connotations are horrible. As always you try to divert my attention by calling me a racist. You're a silly little man.
Now you're trying to divert his attention by calling him short.
Do you realize that there are negative connotations to calling people "smart minorities?" How do you think one of the two men you mention would react if you went up them and said: "Mr. Such-and-such, I think you're a smart minority! I'm glad that there are some smart minorities around!" I mean really.
You sound so angry and bitter. Do you support AA because you're stupid? Are you delusional? Is it enlightened self-interest that drives you? Are you acting in myopic selfishness? - I jest - The title was merely an attention getter. It's deliberately misleading. I know you can be smart and support race based AA, you just don't care about those severely disadvantaged whites. We have a white president, etc, etc, so even though your Daddy was a coal miner and you grew up in the Appalachians, and you struggled, etc, etc, who cares? Wait a minute, ignore the 'I jest' part.
Girl, chill the f*** out. AA is educational welfare - do you really think that their going to give up their benefits without a fight? They'll put forth more energy defending their entitlement to AA than they will for the LSAT.