Dude, I’ve been called names my whole life. Add it to the list. I’m racist? Ok.

Dude, I’ve been called names my whole life. Add it to the list. I’m racist? Ok.

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I’d take more offense at being called “the masses” than being called “a racist’.

You say there’s no reason. Any examples of “no reason”? Or are you exaggerating because there’s so many possible reasons? You’re usually a rational guy. Break it down better.

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I’ve seen the masses complaining about being called a racist for no reason, yet when pressed for examples, these masses don’t have any examples.

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Anyway, I’m just being flippant. You’re experiencing what apparently is an extremely common problem among a mass of people because I hear it an awful lot, about being called a racist for no reason.

So, it must be valid even if I don’t experience it. I’ll take your word for it that there is an legitimate issue here and apologize for being flippant about something important to you.

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Here’s the statistics. What do we do? National statistics are nearly useless (to me) here because states have different situations. State statistics are more useful but things start to get unwieldy and even they’re too broad in scope to help. County, city and neighborhood level is where direct help can best serve local needs but then you lose a lot of the statistics to try to roll back up to a federal level.
 
Anyway, I’m repeating.
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