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Posted on Tue, Oct 31, 2006 14:55

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Recently on Canadian news there was a feature story on a set of twins born to biracial parents in the UK (the twins grandparents on both sides of the family are black and white). The twins are now 1 1/2 years old. One was born with the genes from the Jamaican-Caribbean side of her family and has dark skin, hair and eyes; she looks black. The other has the genes of the caucasian side of her family and has light skin, hair and eyes; she looks white. According to the report there's a one in a million chance that one black and one white twin will be born to biracial parents, although other twins like this exist. The parents of these girls have received various reactions from people; opinions that races shouldn't mix to the opposite. The parents of these twins believe that their little girls are an example of how the colour of ones skin means very little about a person, and that their birth was like a poke in the eye to racism. According to scientists who work with genetics, all humans, regardless of appearance, are 99.99% identical. I think this is some enlightening information to add to this thread.

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What ever happened to your exboyfriend louie you was banging? Island is looking for some action,lol.



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Posted on Tue, Oct 31, 2006 05:32

I would say she is probably a foolish woman



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Posted on Tue, Oct 31, 2006 04:04

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what would you say if a black girl blew you off
just curious

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Black girls wouldnt have nothing to do with him, he's a black bigot looking to land a white girl.



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Posted on Mon, Oct 30, 2006 02:41

what would you say if a black girl blew you off
just curious



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Posted on Sat, Oct 28, 2006 09:44

Cynburghleah write:
Recently on Canadian news there was a feature story on a set of twins born to biracial parents in the UK (the twins grandparents on both sides of the family are black and white). The twins are now 1 1/2 years old. One was born with the genes from the Jamaican-Caribbean side of her family and has dark skin, hair and eyes; she looks black. The other has the genes of the caucasian side of her family and has light skin, hair and eyes; she looks white. According to the report there's a one in a million chance that one black and one white twin will be born to biracial parents, although other twins like this exist. The parents of these girls have received various reactions from people; opinions that races shouldn't mix to the opposite. The parents of these twins believe that their little girls are an example of how the colour of ones skin means very little about a person, and that their birth was like a poke in the eye to racism. According to scientists who work with genetics, all humans, regardless of appearance, are 99.99% identical. I think this is some enlightening information to add to this thread.

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This i one of the best comments on the thread from an intelligent women



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Posted on Sat, Oct 21, 2006 19:44

Any female who reads this thread will or should realize your only out to use the race card to bed them down. If they dont bow to your demands then they hate black men,,hmmmm that makes me a bigot?



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Posted on Fri, Oct 20, 2006 23:04

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Good reply S4U. It is about choice. I have a caucasion, blonde cousin who is 50 now. From the time she was 18 she would only date black men. She said she didn't like dating white guys. So Islands...does that make her prejudice against her own race? I think not. It is merely here preferential choice.

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Remember my definition and then read your comments:) I think you will have your answer.

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This is your definition:
"As i said: racism is a belief of superiority."

I'm sorry, but in no way do I perceive any form of S4U's believing that she is superior to you or any other black man in her explanation, nor in her choice that she would not want to date a black man. Nor do I note superiority in any of the other ladies choices who declined meeting you. Who knows, maybe they were prejudice, but their responses do not show it or prove it.

There are few men that I ever agree to meet. It doesn't make me prejudice against them, or by your definition that I feel I am superior to them...it simply means that I don't think they are my type, I am not interested, because I know I would not enjoy myself with them. End of story.

You know the book "He's Just Not That In To You" well it works both ways. Consider "She Was Just Not That In To You".

If you are feeling every rejection by a white women is a racial issue...then you must have issues. You have to believe in yourself, and have confidence. If you did, you wouldn't give these rejections a second thought. You'd be thinking..."there loss" and move.

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No I don't feel rejected mame. Rejection is something which one feels when someone else does not accept my color. I have accpeted your color, it is clear you have some issues and some of them are not fully remarked in your comments. pretty yes. accepting no. lol



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Posted on Fri, Oct 20, 2006 23:00

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islands101 write:


Remember my definition and then read your comments:) I think you will have your answer.

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This is your definition:
"As i said: racism is a belief of superiority."

I'm sorry, but in no way do I perceive any form of S4U's believing that she is superior to you or any other black man in her explanation, nor in her choice that she would not want to date a black man. Nor do I note superiority in any of the other ladies choices who declined meeting you. Who knows, maybe they were prejudice, but their responses do not show it or prove it.

There are few men that I ever agree to meet. It doesn't make me prejudice against them, or by your definition that I feel I am superior to them...it simply means that I don't think they are my type, I am not interested, because I know I would not enjoy myself with them. End of story.

You know the book "He's Just Not That In To You" well it works both ways. Consider "She Was Just Not That In To You".

If you are feeling every rejection by a white women is a racial issue...then you must have issues. You have to believe in yourself, and have confidence. If you did, you wouldn't give these rejections a second thought. You'd be thinking..."there loss" and move.

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Mame I am not into you..let alone into her...ok..

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OMG... Your ego is the size of a hot air balloon! LMAO My feelings are not hurt Island, because I think everyone on this forum is very aware that although unspoken...I am not into YOU! You wish! LMAO

Via your own posts, people can conclude the type of person we are all responding to. Not one to admire, nor respect. You can respond as you like, but know that it will not be read by myself; therefore, not responded to.
I think you like to stir the pot to get a rise out of people, & that's what you've done. lol


not very sharp lol



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Posted on Fri, Oct 20, 2006 17:01

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Remember my definition and then read your comments:) I think you will have your answer.

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This is your definition:
"As i said: racism is a belief of superiority."

I'm sorry, but in no way do I perceive any form of S4U's believing that she is superior to you or any other black man in her explanation, nor in her choice that she would not want to date a black man. Nor do I note superiority in any of the other ladies choices who declined meeting you. Who knows, maybe they were prejudice, but their responses do not show it or prove it.

There are few men that I ever agree to meet. It doesn't make me prejudice against them, or by your definition that I feel I am superior to them...it simply means that I don't think they are my type, I am not interested, because I know I would not enjoy myself with them. End of story.

You know the book "He's Just Not That In To You" well it works both ways. Consider "She Was Just Not That In To You".

If you are feeling every rejection by a white women is a racial issue...then you must have issues. You have to believe in yourself, and have confidence. If you did, you wouldn't give these rejections a second thought. You'd be thinking..."there loss" and move.

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Mame I am not into you..let alone into her...ok..

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OMG... Your ego is the size of a hot air balloon! LMAO My feelings are not hurt Island, because I think everyone on this forum is very aware that although unspoken...I am not into YOU! You wish! LMAO

Via your own posts, people can conclude the type of person we are all responding to. Not one to admire, nor respect. You can respond as you like, but know that it will not be read by myself; therefore, not responded to.
I think you like to stir the pot to get a rise out of people, & that's what you've done. lol

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giggle
cute



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Posted on Sun, Oct 15, 2006 17:29

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Island, the last time i checked we live in a free country which gives you to right to date or see whom you seem fit to. If this lady doesnt want to date a black man then so be it. Dont go on a open forum and belittle her or try to play the race card to make her feel guilty.
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Well this part of your post I agreed with Sweeney.

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Thanks Sharp, this guy is only using his skin color to intimidate women to date or jump into bed with him. If they refuse then theyre racist, hmmmm.

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good thing i am not following two bigots.....lol



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Posted on Sat, Oct 14, 2006 19:16

sharp1 write:
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Island, the last time i checked we live in a free country which gives you to right to date or see whom you seem fit to. If this lady doesnt want to date a black man then so be it. Dont go on a open forum and belittle her or try to play the race card to make her feel guilty.
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Well this part of your post I agreed with Sweeney.

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Thanks Sharp, this guy is only using his skin color to intimidate women to date or jump into bed with him. If they refuse then theyre racist, hmmmm.



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Posted on Tue, Oct 10, 2006 08:53

islands101 write:


Remember my definition and then read your comments:) I think you will have your answer.

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This is your definition:
"As i said: racism is a belief of superiority."

I'm sorry, but in no way do I perceive any form of S4U's believing that she is superior to you or any other black man in her explanation, nor in her choice that she would not want to date a black man. Nor do I note superiority in any of the other ladies choices who declined meeting you. Who knows, maybe they were prejudice, but their responses do not show it or prove it.

There are few men that I ever agree to meet. It doesn't make me prejudice against them, or by your definition that I feel I am superior to them...it simply means that I don't think they are my type, I am not interested, because I know I would not enjoy myself with them. End of story.

You know the book "He's Just Not That In To You" well it works both ways. Consider "She Was Just Not That In To You".

If you are feeling every rejection by a white women is a racial issue...then you must have issues. You have to believe in yourself, and have confidence. If you did, you wouldn't give these rejections a second thought. You'd be thinking..."there loss" and move.

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Mame I am not into you..let alone into her...ok..

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OMG... Your ego is the size of a hot air balloon! LMAO My feelings are not hurt Island, because I think everyone on this forum is very aware that although unspoken...I am not into YOU! You wish! LMAO

Via your own posts, people can conclude the type of person we are all responding to. Not one to admire, nor respect. You can respond as you like, but know that it will not be read by myself; therefore, not responded to.
I think you like to stir the pot to get a rise out of people, & that's what you've done. lol



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Posted on Tue, Oct 10, 2006 08:42

sweendogr write:

Island, the last time i checked we live in a free country which gives you to right to date or see whom you seem fit to. If this lady doesnt want to date a black man then so be it. Dont go on a open forum and belittle her or try to play the race card to make her feel guilty.
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Well this part of your post I agreed with Sweeney.



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Posted on Tue, Oct 10, 2006 08:26

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islands
No mame I don't have issues? I hae comittment to equality."


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I don't think you know what equity really is. I think you need to read the thread on Interpersonal relationship- Theories - discussion
as a starting point in your education on equity.

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Touche! Bang on 4w's!



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Posted on Mon, Oct 09, 2006 03:40

sweendogr write:
islands101 write:
sweendogr write:
dont believe for a second that racism has anything to do with this thread, its just a horny black man trying to land a white woman for his pedistal,pure and simple, using the race care to create guilt,,move on and beware of this azzhole.

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Clearly your comments are simply a man who is not intelligent so I have decided to report you for abuse.

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I believe that anyone on this site knows that im intelligent and right to the point,,your a racist just trying to land some white puzzy.

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What a fool you are~



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Posted on Sat, Oct 07, 2006 07:08

islands
No mame I don't have issues? I hae comittment to equality."


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I don't think you know what equity really is. I think you need to read the thread on Interpersonal relationship- Theories - discussion
as a starting point in your education on equity.



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Posted on Fri, Oct 06, 2006 23:52

islands101 write:
sweendogr write:
dont believe for a second that racism has anything to do with this thread, its just a horny black man trying to land a white woman for his pedistal,pure and simple, using the race care to create guilt,,move on and beware of this azzhole.

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Clearly your comments are simply a man who is not intelligent so I have decided to report you for abuse.

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I believe that anyone on this site knows that im intelligent and right to the point,,your a racist just trying to land some white puzzy.



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Posted on Fri, Oct 06, 2006 15:37

sweendogr write:
dont believe for a second that racism has anything to do with this thread, its just a horny black man trying to land a white woman for his pedistal,pure and simple, using the race care to create guilt,,move on and beware of this azzhole.

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Clearly your comments are simply a man who is not intelligent so I have decided to report you for abuse.



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Posted on Fri, Oct 06, 2006 06:06

sharp1 write:
islands101 write:
sharp1 write:
Good reply S4U. It is about choice. I have a caucasion, blonde cousin who is 50 now. From the time she was 18 she would only date black men. She said she didn't like dating white guys. So Islands...does that make her prejudice against her own race? I think not. It is merely here preferential choice.

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Remember my definition and then read your comments:) I think you will have your answer.

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This is your definition:
"As i said: racism is a belief of superiority."

I'm sorry, but in no way do I perceive any form of S4U's believing that she is superior to you or any other black man in her explanation, nor in her choice that she would not want to date a black man. Nor do I note superiority in any of the other ladies choices who declined meeting you. Who knows, maybe they were prejudice, but their responses do not show it or prove it.

There are few men that I ever agree to meet. It doesn't make me prejudice against them, or by your definition that I feel I am superior to them...it simply means that I don't think they are my type, I am not interested, because I know I would not enjoy myself with them. End of story.

You know the book "He's Just Not That In To You" well it works both ways. Consider "She Was Just Not That In To You".

If you are feeling every rejection by a white women is a racial issue...then you must have issues. You have to believe in yourself, and have confidence. If you did, you wouldn't give these rejections a second thought. You'd be thinking..."there loss" and move.

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No mame I don't have issues? I hae comittment to equality.



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Posted on Fri, Oct 06, 2006 06:04

sharp1 write:
Good reply S4U. It is about choice. I have a caucasion, blonde cousin who is 50 now. From the time she was 18 she would only date black men. She said she didn't like dating white guys. So Islands...does that make her prejudice against her own race? I think not. It is merely here preferential choice.

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It is not about choice darling. when we choose we make a conscieous decision. When we prefer we make a decision based on options. When we say "I prefer", we are saying based on all my options. I want a white man or I want a man who is not of color. Simple.



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