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July 13th, 2012, 14:16
Originally Posted by DArtagnan View Post
Not to get all pedantic, but I consider all feelings justified.

I'm very, very easy to annoy - and as such, I can very easily sympathise with that feeling. But it's key to separate what's racial and what's cultural - because that will lead to less racism.
Not quite sure I understand you there. Neither race or culture should be a justification in that example. It should be only the act itself that annoys him, not what race or culture they are. He seems to be making a general connection between those acts and their race though.

Not that I haven't been guilty of that in the past. If certain things are prevalent among a certain people, it can sometimes be hard not to generalize.
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