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I mean it shouldn't be a surprise because of course whites make fun of blacks (and sometimes Mexicans) behind their backs, and blacks make fun of whites and Mexicans all the time too.
These race issues in America will just keep going on and on.
Now I will tell you there are lots of communities of Japanese and Chinese that have been in the South American countries for decades and decades. How come people have SO MUCH TIME to write all this rubbish?! 105900006 #14695By Anonymous on Monday, January 17, 2005 - am Dear All, Man I knew racism still existed but I didn't think that it existed on this magnitude.
They really are a pretty well accepted and integrated community. With the divorce rate at 50% wouldn't it be smarter to concentrate on your own situation? First of all unless some of you would like to be called racist ass names it would be nice especially if you aren't black to stay away from names like negro.
Like I said, I too would never condone my kids to go out with a black person when they get older.
The guys would constantly tease me: "Janet doesn't want to date any of us. It's terrible, but everybody always says Jewish people are cheap. It took me months to learn everybody's names, if not longer. Janet: When I was pregnant, I said to Ryan, "Do you realize that your baby could be brown because I am brown? I have laughed at poking fun at religion — you know they say, "Jesus is magical." That's not cool. Janet: I don't want to label Connor any religion, but I do want to teach him about God and Jesus.
She just wants to date a white guy."Ryan: I dated Latinas previously. Even I wondered after we first met, "Is he going to be really cheap and have a lot of money? " Ryan looked at me and said, "I never thought about that." He seemed to think that if the baby were brown, they wouldn't be able to relate. My family is very small, and Janet's family is very big, and they live 10 blocks away from us. I also feel that Ryan should teach him about the Jewish religion.
There's a stereotype that when you see a Latina ... Connor is going to get more than his fair share of his Hispanic side. When he's older, it really is up to him what religion he wants to be. If you take the child to church every Sunday, you're not letting them choose.
I guess I wanted to have something more in common with my son. But I don't need him to have the same beliefs as I do. He's going to be exposed to 75 percent of Christianity and 25 percent of nothing. I'd rather teach him, "Just be good to people, and if you want shit to happen for you, make it happen." But every couple has its differences regardless of race.