Lumping every person of colour into one unified "black culture" is pretty damn racist. It others them, defines them as different. Then you sit around and can't figure out why the system treats them differently than white people, who are seen as the norm and the default?
You're right though, in that "black culture" in the US is different than anywhere else in the world; being black is what defines people of colour in the US. In other places, people don't tend to so blindly label people's ethics and values, their "culture," based solely on their skin colour.
But then, this is a helpful part of the country where, if an old person falls down on the sidewalk, strangers will rush to her side, whip out cell phones in case a 911 call is needed, and help her to her feet.
The fact that this very basic behavior that I would expect any human being to do (and do regardless of the age or gender of the person who was injured) is exemplary of a "helpful" part of the country is just sort of sad. It really says something about the rest of the country, if true.
I've never actually done a comment like this, where I go "Oh come on Slashdot, what is this and why is it here?"
But come on Slashdot, why is this here?
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Family Guy is a great example of the right way to do it.
Mods, give this man +5 Funny.
Remember when Apple was known (at least by the general public) as being the company with simple, elegant engineering?
How the mighty have fallen. Really, needing a computerized cable is just silly.