I remember the all time MOST boring reading comp passage I ever read. Now, before I begin let me preface this. I enjoy reading passages talking about race relations. That's an interesting topic. But this passage discussed a detailed racial nuance that bored me to tears.
Some author wrote a book in the 70's or so talking about Afro-Hispanic poetry in central america. In this book, the author discussed both black and hispanic poets and how they influenced Afro-Hispanic poetry in central america. Later, this author wrote a second book, again on Afro-Hispanic poetry in central america. But this second book was <sarcasm>*RADICALLY*</sarcasm> different from the first. This second book discussed only black poets, and not hispanic poets, and focused solely on how black poets (as opposed to both black and hispanic poets) contributed to Afro-Hispanic poetry in central america.
The passage went on to discuss how interesting this radical new approach of the second book was and how there were so many things to learn from this radical new approach.
Man - i was dying on that passage. I gotta admit. While I don't care much about Afro-Hispanic poetry in central america, i *ESPECIALLY* don't give a damn about how the black afro-hispanic central american poets differed from the hispanic afro-hispanic central american poets.