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I don't understand the argument. I want my shirt? Did she steal a shirt and then demand they give it to her? Boy, that black chick reminds me of my old golden retriever when she was near water and I would hold her back because it was nasty or I didn't have a towel with me. She'd try anything to get to it. haha

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10 minutes ago, Vegas64 said:

 

That thread beyond the funny vid is worth a read, fascinating stuff but also makes sense in relatability between cultures/lifestyle. 

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2 hours ago, bluto said:

That thread beyond the funny vid is worth a read, fascinating stuff but also makes sense in relatability between cultures/lifestyle. 

Agreed. I was hooked by the vid but stayed for the thread and it was worth it.

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3 hours ago, Vegas64 said:

 

True story- stopped off in a random bar and grill south of Addis Ababa, and they changed the jazz they were listening to and put on Don Williams.

Not that I was complaining, but it was certainly a choice.

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On 7/5/2022 at 8:36 AM, bluto said:

That thread beyond the funny vid is worth a read, fascinating stuff but also makes sense in relatability between cultures/lifestyle. 

Was in rural northern Zambia several years ago and noticed it, but never really thought of why. Good thread.

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On 7/18/2022 at 5:02 AM, Longboard Horn said:

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At age 3 I had been watching the original broadcast of Roots with the family. According to my mother the next time I saw a black person at the grocery store with her I started yelling, "Rootas! Rootas, momma!" While pointing at said black person.

This was 1977 Cedar Rapids Iowa so black folks were pretty rare in that area at the time.

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At age 3 I had been watching the original broadcast of Roots with the family. According to my mother the next time I saw a black person at the grocery store with her I started yelling, "Rootas! Rootas, momma!" While pointing at said black person.
This was 1977 Cedar Rapids Iowa so black folks were pretty rare in that area at the time.



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