posted on Nov, 10 2012 @ 04:36 PM
It was clearly a racist joke. It's easy to identify, you simply swap words and see if you feel offended by whatever was said in it's new context.
There "See what I did there?" (silly TV twits)
When you're actually in the minority, you're able to get away with more. Don't worry, whites will soon be the minority and then they'll be able to
make racists jokes without all the backlash at the expense of real or imagined oppression.
I find it interesting as a white person that I've experienced more hatred and violence towards me just because I'm white. My family never owned
slaves, they were immigrants themselves. All my life, I've been made to pay in more ways than one because of this double standard. Is it fair to
punish me for something I had nothing to do with? Is it fair to reward others simply for being black? The correct answer is no, and you can
substitute any color or culture you like.
As an adult, I find that I dislike most black culture simply because I find much of it ignorant, arrogant and just plain distasteful. Despite what
apologists spew, you have the right to just not like people for whatever reason you choose...oh and white teenagers than emulate this culture I find
equally annoying, see what I did there?
The bottom line is that personally, people are entitled to feel any way they want, whether you like it or not. But publicly and professionally all
people should be on an equal playing field.
edit on 10-11-2012 by Paschar0 because: (no reason given)