Only you have to realize...
That not all the whites like that are paranoia. The collective feeling of shame isn't turning to be good at all. Just know that good neighbourhood allready have turned in ghettoes where some inhabitants get robbed monthly/even weekly. Wouldn't you move when that happens to you?
It's a sad fact that there are big groups that don't have intergrated succesfully and there's a lot of big work at our hands before changing it. It will change whenever big scientists/artists/writers of African origin (example) would come up and open the eyes of some of them.
Now I will sound racist to many. People ought to know that being discriminated as a white person in a big town by groups of other groups isn't a small problem nor is being robbed a thing to tolerate. People ought to realize that a higher percentage blacks tend to end up a criminals. It's an educational problem, all because of the ghettoes being settled. Social isolation isn't a great thing at all and it ain't easy eliminating that barrier.
People living in a huge town at the neighbourhood with the main criminal activities like myself would point that out to you as well. It's no racism nor paranoia to be affraid of the increasing criminality of certain groups. That's what I only want to say with that. People should stop tolerating ghetto-whorshipping music for starters. Ghettoes are the root of social isolation thus increasing criminaly and the collective feeling of shame with the white populations. Many think it's only right to critisize Europoid people, a real shame.
I doubt I won't be called racist now, but at least I tried explaining some details the respective way.
Makes an interesting point.
However, I don't know enough about real-estate selling in America to know if your jibes are warranted.
Yet another side of you...
curiouser and curiouser...
Marc M #8: makes a point but lacks teh funny
As an interesting one-time thing, this is certainly worthwhile. But I must say I'm glad that most of your flashes aren't like this... by this, I mean a bit dry, not outrageously obscene and funny, and containing an obvious political statement about things like racist real estate companies and racist homeowners. OTOH, I wouldn't mind seeing more commercial parodies from you in the future. Next time I hope the subject of the parody is a bit more entertaining, though.
that's pretty much all i got to say
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