No, I am not a racist. I have known a few black people and for the most part they were wonderful individuals.
I love this qoute, because it basically puts blacks on the outside of what is considered "the norm". How many blacks folx do you know that can honestly say, "I know a couple white people".
NOt very many because of the fact that as black folx, our culture is seen as being outside of mainstream. Therefore we don't have the luxury of using our association with white people as any type of validation. All tho we think that the White Man's ice is colder and that anything associated with black folx is "Raggedy, run-down, ghetto, boot-leg" and the sort, it still doesn't earn us any brownie points to say,
"I can't be racist, my bestfriend is white"
But your culture is outside of the mainstream. That's because it's a minority culture. There's nothing racist about that. On the other hand hip-hop and R&B dominate rock music right now 10 to 1 with kids. Take a look at the billboard top 10 and see how many are rock or country vs how many are rap and R&B.
Regardless, I'm not really sure how that validates what you said about numbers. Angelus just stated what is true for him: he knows a few black people and they're nice. Outside of the fact that you really have no idea how many black "folx" can say that, the reason has less to do with culture acceptance or norms and more to do with numbers of people (i.e. majority of whites and minority of blacks) and levels of contact.
And I can't speak to what you said about "White Man's ice being colder" because I have no idea what that means. Quite frankly, stereotyping whites with a washed-up moniker like "White Man" is probably the closest thing to racism and stereotyping on this thread yet. But maybe you were speaking in jest.