Quote? You obviously mostly work better with people you are comfortable around versus uncomfortable to be around.LOL I didn't think I needed to point that out.QuoteActually, you do need to point out your unwarranted assumptions. You are assuming that people work better when around those they are most comfortable with. THis is your assumption, and your argument doesn't hold without this assumption. You cannot, however, in any way substantiate this. I would argue (from experience in working in groups with friends, where we got nothing done, just talked about girls) that your assumption is false. Regardless, I found it comical how you presumed to boil this 'whole AA thing' down into one statement, and thereby 'solve' it for us. Thanks for the exhaustively researched, highly credible answer to that social problem. What do you think we should do about social security and the middle east, while you're at it?
Congratulations! We have established that there is no such thing as a definitive "White" culture, although there are cultures like Scottish, Swedish, etc. that involve White people. That's what I was driving at this whole time. And since that is true, that makes the OP's whole premise of going to a place where people share his/her "culture" baseless. Thanks for sealing the deal on that point for me.
I would be very uncomfortable arriving at a school that was 60% black or something like that simply because it isn't something I'd be used to.
Quote from: superius on January 15, 2005, 10:49:58 AMI would be very uncomfortable arriving at a school that was 60% black or something like that simply because it isn't something I'd be used to.which law school, other than Howard and FAMU have a black population that is even close to that percentage? my own law school is probably 70% outright while, and an additional 20% white-washed minorities