I'd noticed that too -- that there's a broader range of physical types among Africans than everyone else combined. And as I once put it, turn everyone the same shade of green, and the African faces will retain the most individuality.
It's the same with other animals. Males beat each other up, settle their differences, then go have a beer together. But females never quit til the target is dead.
While I'd agree that some arguments are more or less valid than others -- how can you know, if you don't get to hear both sides? Maybe both sides are right, or both are bogus!
It shouldn't be up to the news media to decide which side the rest of us get to hear.
Why not quit pretending and just go back to the Automat?
Now, instead of waiting in line behind some idiot with 6 kids who don't know what they want, change their minds and bitch and moan they can't get breakfast a 11:05, I'll have to stand behind said idiot while they try to figure out what buttons to push and their maniac kids running around trashing the place.
I've seen people spending 5 minutes at the damned all in one soda machines trying to figure out how to get a root beer.
In fact that was my first thought -- they didn't discover a temple; they discovered Ugg's Rib Joint.
Or possibly a communal kitchen, which wasn't so uncommon way back when.
See also Digging the Weans, by Robert Nathan.
This is why I think government's revenue should be limited to export tariffs. That way it's directly dependent on people doing well, and having the wherewithal to generate a surplus. Which is what our own gov't depended on for a century and change, and was thereby kept in check. The income tax and property taxes changed everything, because gross income is always greater than net surplus.
What if the "pointless content" it gets rid of is YOUR content??
Don't assume the people in charge will always be on your side.
I bet you still have 640K memory in your computer and use floppy drives.
Because no one will ever need more than 640K and 128K storage media.
How about a a whole fucking book of citations?