“I Look All White But My Dad Was Black…”

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15 Responses to “I Look All White But My Dad Was Black…”

  1. Michael R. Kesti says:

    “I look all white, but my dad was black.”

  2. Don Baumgart says:

    I grew up in an almost exclusively white Spokane where my family, and probably most of the community, are now seeing that other race as a local invention. Probably the most amazing aspect of it all is that almost all national TV reporters are pronouncing “Spokane” correctly – “can”not “kane”.

  3. This identity politics nonsense makes it a lot easier to insult somebody these days, and can also create a lot of confusion.

    I know a white woman with a delightful English accent who was born in Kenya and emigrated to the U.S. from South Africa. Now that she’s a citizen, she likes to refer to herself as an African-American. That tends to confuse people.

    • Chris Peterson says:

      Much of the confusion is created, knowingly and on purpose, by those with an agenda. For example: a white guy goes into a black church and guns down 9 people. Fox News then claims it’s not a racial hate crime, but an assault on Christians.

      And, is it just me, or does the call for priests to start packin’ heat sound a bit bazaar?

      ” though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil, for you are with me; your rod and your staff, and my preacher’s Glock”

  4. rlcrabb says:

    My family came from Cornwall and I was born in Grass Valley, California, officially designated as the most Cornish town in America. I guess that makes me a Cornifornian.

  5. Terry says:

    By the way, WHO were those youngsters? I predict great things for them!

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