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as a man in my 40s from britain of spanish and manx ancestry, i am very proud of being white....but in this woke era and the pc culture are you allowed to speak your mind about this?10 Answers22 hours ago
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Interesting question. I don't know.
Part of the problem is there is no universally accepted definition for intelligence. Some might see improvements in human thinking, compared to centuries ago, as an increase in intelligence, while others might see it as applying knowledge about what we learned from the past.10 Answers6 days ago
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I want to go back too see the era where people actually used flip phones with buttons, actually went outside, textbooks were the main thing in school. Unlike today, we have buttonless phones, socializing is absolutely ancient and we would all be stuck to a screen. I want to see the era where everything is more simple and less technical. If there is a way, then I'd do anything to go back to see how it was back before I was born.4 Answers4 days ago
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You'll notice them because they ask questions only pertaining to America but never say so. Like America is their world.
Or is it just that America is a very self absorbed society?
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Anybody else feel like there is a war against straight white men I will never apologise for being a alpha white male who likes boobs & guns ?Favourite answer:
I think you have a point. I think some of the minorities use their situation as a weapon to try to shame white men into agreeing to give in to the biased way they look at the world. I have been a good citizen, I've never gotten anything free from the government, I have contributed to help those who are poor and disadvantaged. So, like you I will never apologize or feel guilty for being a white male. I frankly am somewhat concerned that sometime in the future there's going to be considerable conflict with so-called minorities demanding special treatment.12 Answers2 weeks ago
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Some people live their lives harder than other people. I go to my high school reunions every year, and we were 58 at our last one. The partiers - smokers, drinkers, etc., had aged a lot by then, but many of the "goody two shoes" had not.
It seems what is inside of you gets written on your face as you age. A woman who had been attractive as a girl, but with a sour personality looked sour at 58. Others still looked good - not good for their age, but good, period. It takes all kinds!8 Answers1 week ago
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The gov't shouldn't push any sort of social agenda, and nor should anything else. The media does subtle things like reporting a obscure rare case which makes people generalise it to apply to everything. (eg: a reprot found no institutional racism, then the media report a case of an austic policeman who was a neo-nazi (a rare an obsecure case)).
Or they'll report things with language like "people are unhappy" to try and encourage people tho feel the same.Another thing the media does is promote a social media through its BBC programmes, feminists characters treating men unfairly, or shows that depict men as weak and pathetic. This is all very subtle but it promotes a social agenda. That killing eve programme for example). Another example is doctor who.4 Answers1 week ago
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