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Also, this clip basically sums up Dave Chapelle`s show.
aaaaand you`re done...it was a skit on SNL back in the mid 80`s- before it sucked...it was funny observations comedy soooooo shutty...ON TO THE NEXT LINK!!!!!!
Here is my point:
I am no white supremicist, racist, or anything of the sort, but to say white people, or any race has never experienced racism is naiive, it is simply not as common for a white person to be discriminated against. If I were to lable an african american as the N-word, I would most likely be considered racist (which it is). However, if an african-american were to call someone white a "cracker", it would not readily be called racism (but it also is). It seems society still has yet to catch on as to what is racism and what isn`t.
Might I remind you of B.E.T. (Black Entertainment Telivision), a common cable channel. What if there was to be a W.E.T. (White Entertainment Telivision)? What would it be considered? I shall let you make your own decisions, but I say screw all racism and catigorizing, generalistic society.
*rolls eyes* it`s a joke. it`s over exaggerated. damn text speakers.
but i think there was a serious documentary on this once over here with black people getting made up as white and vice versa but it makes me think - don`t they get treated better for being famous anyway? it would be better doing it with non-famous people to really see a difference. they did ones disfigured more recently too, but i think they had proper cameras following them which mighta created as much stares as the make up!