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  • View author's info posted on May 07, 2005 13:24


    BobbyBo

    Don't do it. It might cause your family tree to have branches.
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  • View author's info posted on May 07, 2005 01:31


    That has been my observation also. The result of cross breeding is very often usually better than either of the parents. I sure would like to know the scientific reason why. Like, why would intelligence gene dominate over a dumb gene, or good looks over ugly, and why does this seem to come out more in cross breeding. Any experts in genetics on here? Maybe its just a better diet or more vitamins and minerals taken prenatally today, (which I do think is a factor).
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  • View author's info posted on May 07, 2005 01:06


    I always feel that a little hybridization never hurts..just look at orchids..there are thousands of hybrids and each get more stunning and stronger..the same with the human race, genetic modification began a long time ago and the most beautiful and magnificent come from cross breeding..inbreeding is incestuous and lead to some painful madness too .just look at the line of aristocracies..
  • View author's info posted on May 07, 2005 00:30


    BB4

    I think you better look a little closer into the history of the whites. There are probably few whites anywhere that don't have some ancestors that were not victims of slavery by other whites, or r_ape by some other tribe or invasion force from somewhere. The world has rarely been peaceful in history for very long and a lot of offspring were produced by the winners of the wars. Of course, some family trees don't have branches, so you might be an exception.
  • View author's info posted on May 06, 2005 19:27


    Is anybody interested??
  • View author's info posted on May 06, 2005 05:56


    can't we all just get along?
  • View author's info posted on May 06, 2005 00:18


    Michaelpaul,
    I like what you have to say being retyped and recategorised constantly from Negro to Afro-American..I usually fill in'Homo sapien' in the bit that say 'Race' and 'Mother' in the part that say occupation..and I resent newspaper articles that will always state your occupation and age, as if it has anything to do with what I do...
    My children are bi-racial and I have 25% Dusun blood (Native tribe of Borneo) from my paternal grandmother..the fact is if we scour the world today , there are actually so few pure pedigree tribes or people around,so the same in the world typed 'Caucasian' or 'White' too is not pure but adulterated in as many mixes as there are in the White race..
    that we are divided by the politics of nations too is just as sad..as Rabindranath Tagore, India's great philosopher once said:
    'The birth of the Nation marked the end of Mankind..' when we start drawing artificial boundaries around our territory..we as a race have not progressed that far from the animal kingdom, we remain territorial animals identifying ourselves with color and culture, race and country..the fact that we could now air our views and inner thoughts across the world on cybernet augurs well for a braver future and your kids and mine will hopefully see a less divided world tomorrow.
  • View author's info posted on May 05, 2005 18:00


    As to dating across the race barrier; I have to admit that I have been attracted to several chicks and there was this really hot looking duck once, however, I have managed to hold these temptations in check and stick with members of the human race. Seriously, I do understand. No matter how attractive the profile there must be a moment of reflection, of indecision. Why; this can?t be simple? Why; there must be others without this hurdle? According to the New York Times, I was born Colored, elevated to Negro, became a militant as an Afro-American, briefly stumbled onto Black, and given pride by becoming an African-American. Personally I prefer Black. While this is not accurate, I?m actually sort of coffee with double cream, at least it holds some hope of achieving staying power within the White media. Actually, all this time I was really just me. I am bi-racial (my elder daughter's term of preference). My children are bi-racial. But, before anything else, we are family. And that puts the emphasis firmly where it should be ? who you are as a person not what you are. While I know it is a hurdle, it is one that no more defines who I am then my height, the color of my eyes, or shoe size. Period, full stop, without need for further explanation
  • View author's info posted on May 05, 2005 09:38


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    But Love the sweet, nice, cuddly, affectionate ones.
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    www. I think I might have found you that cure already..she is here in the forum...have already sounded her out...lol
  • View author's info posted on May 05, 2005 08:25


    "yours is a disguised form of .'misogyny'"

    ok, you caught me again. How about selected misogyny. I do hate bossy women.
    But Love the sweet, nice, cuddly, affectionate ones.

    Now, are you satisfied??
    lol
    2% is cheap enough. Now, find the cure. You can start with the females in my family.
    lol
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  • View author's info posted on May 05, 2005 01:16


    No bonnie, I do not hate women (misogynist). Just because I have two bossy sisters, two bossy daughters, and three bossy granddaughters does not make me hate women. I just think I need to live on a deserted island, with no women bosses, that's all.

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    YOu have been so conditioned that it is subconscious..I don't think you 'hate' them but you avoid them to save yourself..cowardice is the manisfestation of one who 'hates' headaches and problems with women..so you head for a deserted island to isolate and remove yourself from trouble..avoidance is a form of denial...so yours is a disguised form of .'misogyny' which even you can't recognise..
    _diagnosis of a quack psycho-analyst...lol..you need help badly to cure yourself of bossy women...only 2% cheap cheap..
  • View author's info posted on May 05, 2005 01:10


    Although you haven't been exposed to the Black community you'll be surprised to know that we Black women are just that... women and can be approached the same way in which you'd approach our White counterparts.

    Just my 2 cents.

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    well said..IN fact I work with alot of black women from all over the Commonwealth and in London the Afro-Carribean community has its own colorful Nottinghill Carnival every year..so the sampling of black women I meet and know come from a wider range..and through my years interacting with them, I could safely claim that they exude a certain camaraderie , spontaneity and warmth that far exceed the other races..just hear them sing in the church choirs and they will bring tears to your eyes..The Commonwealth Fair I help organise each year would be the poorer in spirit without them..
    When my husband became an invalid in the last stage of his cancer, 4 black guys and nurse would attend to his daily needs..and one of the guys would come in the evening , chat to him and even sang to him while he hoisted him to bed in an electric hoist and this great guy's own wife was suffering from cancer..he made him feel so at ease,,that my husband , a stiff upper lipped Brit's last wish was for me to help with this charity which I had done for several years before that..it supports girls from 54 countries mainly from the Afro-Carribean countries , INdia and Asia to complete their secondary education and I have been fortunate to meet one of them who is currently doing her Phd in education at Cambridge from a tiny village in Zambia..a fantastic warm bright girl ..and I hope oneday she will return to Zambia to become their education minister..
  • View author's info posted on May 04, 2005 23:53


    Finally,
    someone gets it.
  • View author's info posted on May 04, 2005 21:57


    i respect anothers culture-- but think we all belong to the same race..

    HUMAN RACE
  • View author's info posted on May 04, 2005 17:24


    Bonnie:"not in a million years would I want to marry and boss a hardened misogynist"

    No bonnie, I do not hate women (misogynist). Just because I have two bossy sisters, two bossy daughters, and three bossy granddaughters does not make me hate women. I just think I need to live on a deserted island, with no women bosses, that's all.

    lol

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  • View author's info posted on May 04, 2005 15:46


    Although you haven't been exposed to the Black community you'll be surprised to know that we Black women are just that... women and can be approached the same way in which you'd approach our White counterparts.

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    If you are talking to wwwww, I have been very exposed to the black community the last 15-20 years. In fact, I may even be a family member of one family soon--one of the ladies I worked with for many years family. At least she told me I could marry either of her two beautiful, smart, Halle Berry look alike daughters and she would throw in her two sons as a bonus. They are all grown and she is getting desperate to marry them off. lol
    Unfortunately, the girls don't go along with mom's plan.
    lol
  • View author's info posted on May 04, 2005 15:44


    reference to 'low class' but I think this days 'class' has a very reactive sort of connotation..one that tends to box and categorise people on a sort of set criteria
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    Don't you find that low class people who think they are high class (in their mind only)and wannabes are the first in line to criticize or discriminate against someone different than themselves? I find it rather funny how people fool themselves, justify their failures or inadequacies, etc.

    ps., I am really prejudiced against "hunks". They all are dumb as stumps. lol

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  • View author's info posted on May 04, 2005 14:29


    www. Well I knew that was exactly what you intended to mean with your reference to 'low class' but I think this days 'class' has a very reactive sort of connotation..one that tends to box and categorise people on a sort of set criteria..which I find rather unpleasant..because it is as though they are proven guilty before they are allowed to defend themselves..
  • View author's info posted on May 04, 2005 14:25


    . Bonnie, you caught me again. I am going to have to hustle on another thread now.
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    yeah I can smell a rat a long way away...anyway, I have just done some tentative proposition on your behalf on another thread..if it succeeds I will be billing you soon..check it out..
  • View author's info posted on May 04, 2005 12:48


    Bonnie: "I think you are using a politically incorrect term there 'low class'- you are in danger of being criticised for stratifying your own society by that classfication, whether by education or economic means..maybe the term 'underprivileged or deprived' who have not had the benefit of education and a wider exposure to understand the damaging effects of prejudice and tyepcasting..is a better teminology."
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    We clearly have a different understanding of "class". Wealth or education, or race, in my mind, has nothing to do with it. My definition would be about character traits. Thieves, mean, dishonesty, liers, bullies, murders, and another 50 adjectives that describe a worthless, undesirable person is how I define "low class". All the money or education in the world will not buy you "class" in my mind. You may be a rich, educated CEO or CFO of Enron, but if you lie, cheat, steal from millions or just cheat your partners or customers, you are "low class". Even if your title is "King", and you own a whole country, you can still be low class in my opinion. That's my story, and I'm sticking to it.
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