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RE: "Come Meet a Black Person" - 1/8/2018 11:23:41 PM   
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I mean, I was expose to homosexuals since a kid. Friends with them. Play with them. Interacted with them. I actually was brought up in an environment where in a way, we felt more sorry for homosexuals than feel like they are some uncomfortable things. It was always alot of sympathy for them, because we saw them as unlucky to be born with abnormal preferences. And because of that, they get more love. It's just that, we feel that, being in such an orientation naturally makes their life even harder.


What your society was actually doing was admitting that being born homosexual wasn't the 'problem,' but rather society's lack of acceptance. Same as everywhere.

We need to quit feeling sorry for homos and lesbos and figure out what the rest us are thinking. Why is it that some sector of heteros are so disturbed when nature makes exception now and then? It's proven fact.

I'm too happy being hetero and all that fun to worry about what others do for their fun.

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RE: "Come Meet a Black Person" - 1/8/2018 11:58:26 PM   
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https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/2017/11/15/come-meet-a-black-person-says-the-invitation-to-a-georgia-networking-event/?utm_term=.fe5be34da2e9

Brainchild of an African American woman in response to 75% of white folks do not have non-white friends.

Intentions are good but yea, not very politically correct.

“As a black person I deal with racism every day,” she said. “It’s a part of life. Nowadays I have become more fearful. I have never been afraid when it comes to race but now I am. And I don’t think I’m alone. I want to do my part to change things,” Moses told the Post.

The group specifically asks for white people who don’t have any nonwhite friends to attend.

Moses said that “many white people want to begin to cultivate relationships with black people but don’t know how to and this is an opportunity for them to feel comfortable.”

“The only way to change the divisiveness that’s going on is to be one-on-one with people. Policy won’t really change things, but forming relationships will.”

Since posting the event on Nov. 12, the response has been “phenomenal,” according to Moses. She told The Post that people from all over the country have called telling her how excited they are and that they want the event to come to other cities.



Yay or Nay to events like this?

I was just thinking, over here, as kids, we always have had friends of all races. Even being in a 75% Chinese country, it's impossible not to have minority race friends. Probably due to two things. Race quotas in where you stay, to make sure every area in my country is equally divided and occupied by all the different races, so they live in same areas together. And the school you go to, depends on where you stay, so every school is naturally very racially diverse. My best girlfriend in primary school was Malay. My best girlfriend in secondary school is Indian. And my work place has like every single major race of our region. It's impossible not to be friends and lunch together.

Can't imagine that 75% of whites don't have like 1, even 1 minority friend? I mean how about lunch buddies at work?

Tickets are $15 and proceeds will benefit the Young Urban Mediamakers. If all goes well, Moses hopes to make it a regular event in 2018 and hopes the “conversation on race continues.”



Wow! 15bux to meet black people. If white people are willing to pay for this shit! It's ridiculous!

They can meet loads of black people anywhere for free.


The only thing I noticed was the $15 tickets, to "meet a black person" in a state having the highest black population in the USA.

She is obviously reaching for funds out of state.

I 've caught on, though.

My county, in the same metro area as Cheryle Moses', is 54% black. (US states are further divided by counties).

If I put up a bunch of posters and charge only $5 a ticket to "meet a Chinese," "meet a Hindi," "meet a Pakistani," etc, I'd probably come out ahead.

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RE: "Come Meet a Black Person" - 1/9/2018 1:02:51 AM   
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Hell, I'd charged $5 if I could make money from "Meet a Chinese".

I'd even answer any "racist" questions about Chinese people without offense.

Ya know what is a Chinese negative stereotype? Like why does our breath stink?

It's because, we put alot of garlic in all our food. Try eating as much garlic as us all day. Usually causes stinky breath. Many chinese love to eat garlic just raw too. I think we are the race that are highly advisable to brush 3 times a day because of the type of food we eat.
(Although since Chinese in the US probably doesn't get much actual authentic Chinese food, so maybe this doesn't apply.)



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RE: "Come Meet a Black Person" - 1/9/2018 1:46:41 AM   
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I am surrounded (to a degree) by a bunch of Chinese, in close quarters, on the various university shuttle buses. Never had a notion of garlic breath or body odor, either way. I put garlic in my stir fry or blender smoothies, but none of that is everyday.

Garlic and onions (both cooked or raw) are body cleansers and blood cleansers. If there is much to be cleansed, then others around you will know it.

Eating a lot of animal products requires a lot of cleansing, and everybody around you will know about it in that occurrence. It's a matter of choice.

For example, some would make note of my garlic breath on some occasions if I ate it 2 minutes ago, but no mention of body odor.

People who eat the worst food but make no effort otherwise only smell bad when you get close or it get's hot.

People who have done minimal investigation and think that smoking or drinking or eating too much meat can all be counteracted by eating tons of garlic are the ones with bad body odor.

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RE: "Come Meet a Black Person" - 1/10/2018 12:17:19 AM   
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I am surrounded (to a degree) by a bunch of Chinese, in close quarters, on the various university shuttle buses. Never had a notion of garlic breath or body odor, either way. I put garlic in my stir fry or blender smoothies, but none of that is everyday.

I never mentioned anything about body odour. East Asians generally don't even need deodorant to have no smell. Even when they sweat. Like nobody uses deodorant around here as it's unnecessary. And if you go to countries like Korea, you probably cannot even find deodorant because they don't need it. They never smell. We have it as we got other races like Malays and Indians who need it.

And that's just biology, our bodies are different. But I am talking about bad breath cause by garlic filled meals from breakfast to dinner. Like a typical breakfast here is fried carrot cake, which is a local savoury chinese dish fried with ALOT of garlic. It's salty and savoury, not the sweet carrot cake that is baked. Ours is stir fry. Lunch is probably again, we put garlic chilli in everything, even in broth. Basically, it's garlic all day. Try eating that much garlic, you will have bad breath.

As I said, Chinese in the US may not have access to ingredients of local food. As it's beyond just garlic. Like our garlic chili needs shrimp paste too, which may be hard to get in the US. And our carrot cake must be non-existence and they can't have Asian breakfast. Probably eat typical American breakfast instead which doesn't involve any garlic. But most local breakfast are garlic filled. And every stir fry dishes is filled with garlic. Our steam fish is literally crunchy garlic toppings on top. And we love to stir fry, just plain garlic and eat it like chips.

About the no body odour part:

Some lucky people’s sweat doesn’t cause body odor. It’s likely because they have a malfunctioning version of something called a transporter protein, which, in most people, is responsible for secreting the molecules that a certain type of bacteria then consumes, a process that results in body odor. As our Gal Science puts it in the video, “No bacteria buffet, no smell.”

About 2 percent of Europeans and a majority of people in some East Asian countries like Japan and China have the recessive gene that results in the faulty transporter protein.
https://www.thecut.com/2015/01/some-peoples-sweat-doesnt-make-them-stink.html

There are some things so different about us than from Caucasian people.

1) Even the male don't grow hair on face, so no need to shave. Females barely gotta shave, most of our legs are practically naturally hairless.
2) Our ear wax are dry and flakey uniquely us
3) We can be drenched in sweat and there is zero odour (It's interesting the article says 75% wears deodorant despite that, but don't know which country they are referring to, because definitely not East Asia, it's rare anybody wears it or needs it.)

It's like if we were in an animal kingdom, we are two different animals.

For me, one fascination with caucasian men is, how come they can shave in the morning and by evening or mid day, their whisker grew again, Soooooo fast! It's always something like incredible to me. Because local men seriously don't even grow a single whisker at all. Those that want to grow a beard needs to take special supplement to induce growth.





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RE: "Come Meet a Black Person" - 1/10/2018 12:47:24 AM   
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As I said, Chinese in the US may not have access to ingredients of local food. As it's beyond just garlic. Like our garlic chili needs shrimp paste too, which may be hard to get in the US.


The Chinese have been in the US for more than 200 years. I can get fish paste or shrimp paste or Vietnamese mint or bitter melon or white radishes or authentic Korean Kimchi any time. Local farmers grow Bok Choy et al. and this just in Georgia. Familiarize yourself with the US state of California and its history.


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It's like if we were in an animal kingdom, we are two different animals.


Like the math department vs. other departments at US universities. I get it.

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RE: "Come Meet a Black Person" - 1/11/2018 11:27:24 PM   
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The Chinese have been in the US for more than 200 years. I can get fish paste or shrimp paste or Vietnamese mint or bitter melon or white radishes or authentic Korean Kimchi any time. Local farmers grow Bok Choy et al. and this just in Georgia. Familiarize yourself with the US state of California and its history.

So then why does chinese food not taste authentic in the US?
In Australia due to it's proximity to Asia, it taste exactly like it taste at home, except with more giant size meats. There is this weird thing where western countries got giant prawns, giant scallops, giant chickens, giant lobsters etc. Even their pigs and cows are much larger. Whereas in Asia, all our animals and seafood are as tiny as our people. I feel like even our pigs and cows is just 3/4 the size of the ones in Western Nations when fully grown.

But over in the US, and I have been to California. Horrible chinese food. And I think it's lack of access to authentic ingredients and seasonings.

My brother lives in the US for 17 years now, and my parents gotta mail him like literally our spices from here for him to cook there and for him to get the precise taste he wants. He used to live in California, and now he is in Seattle.

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RE: "Come Meet a Black Person" - 1/12/2018 1:42:59 PM   
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Living in a very rural area, my zip code is 82.9% white, 9.9% Hispanic, and 4.0% black, according to the most recent census data.

I can guarantee that there are more guns in the zip code than there are black people.

OK, but we're not talking about middle of nowhere FL, or an hour away from Amish country, PA. This event is being held in Lawrenceville, GA, where the demographics are completely different.

Instead, we're talking about a population that is 48% white and 32% black. When dang near a full THIRD of a people living in a population have a different skin color, how in the heck does anybody need a special invitation to 'meet a person different' than them?

What kind of troglodyte who lives in Lawrenceville, GA needs this kind of event?




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RE: "Come Meet a Black Person" - 1/13/2018 8:16:47 AM   
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Living in a very rural area, my zip code is 82.9% white, 9.9% Hispanic, and 4.0% black, according to the most recent census data.

I can guarantee that there are more guns in the zip code than there are black people.

OK, but we're not talking about middle of nowhere FL, or an hour away from Amish country, PA. This event is being held in Lawrenceville, GA, where the demographics are completely different.

Instead, we're talking about a population that is 48% white and 32% black. When dang near a full THIRD of a people living in a population have a different skin color, how in the heck does anybody need a special invitation to 'meet a person different' than them?

What kind of troglodyte who lives in Lawrenceville, GA needs this kind of event?




One who's scared to go out in case he meets a scary black person who might mug him, obvs.

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RE: "Come Meet a Black Person" - 1/13/2018 10:23:26 AM   
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Or maybe these black people just wanna meet white people and get paid for it. And if this was successful! That's pretty easy dough.

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RE: "Come Meet a Black Person" - 1/13/2018 10:40:17 AM   
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Or maybe these black people just wanna meet white people and get paid for it. And if this was successful! That's pretty easy dough.



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RE: "Come Meet a Black Person" - 1/14/2018 2:39:28 PM   
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ive mentioned this story before here greta, I had a great phone interview for a job I had applied for. the person interviewing me said, in trust and very much off the record, "if it were up to me id hire you in a second, but youre the wrong color or gender."

The person who told you that was an idiot. Not because it might not have actually been true, but because whether it was "off the record" or not, it would give anyone a potential grievance that they could have taken to the state labor board.

Whoever that was must not have been very good in the HR department.





no, not an idiot, an "old school" fellow who lamented the situation he was in and trusted me.

as for me, it doesn't really matter if someone actually articulates what everyone knows is already going on.

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