Tell it like it is.
2020-06-20 14:53:20 UTC
I wrote those words, above, at my internet browser this morning because I was listening to NPR and heard "person of color" one time too many and what did I see? "a person who is not white
or [a person] of European heritage.
Now that there are as many persons in the US who are "NOT white or of European heritage" and who, grouped together, now equal in number all persons who are "white and of European heritage" we'uns are now being disparaged to an equal or even greater degree than all those people who, in present-day America are, in fact not of "white or of a European heritage.
And so Scott [simple] Simon says this morning over NPR this morning "people of color" over and over and over while "people of color" speak about how they are "people of color" and "take a lot of pride" in what they eh. Spelling is important,
during his Presidency of the United States.
And so, Ah takes a lot of pride in what ah eh. My father did not know when my mother sent us, her two boys, right back to him, that a child by U.S. law had to stay in school till he or he she LGBTQ, if you are an amoral scumbag as opposed to being a neutral scumbag not the same as being neutored (that was still illegal) was 16, or the police would go up to him (she) or LGBTQ and say "Hey kid, why ain't you in school like the good boys?" You mean "playing hookee were der law? I did not know that, OFFICER. Now officer TWITCHER, I did know, and he alla let me go.
Dad, white boy, went to work at BRUNO'S FARM every day starting at 13 years of age. When did the child labor laws go into effect in America -Did Michael, superstar black boy, Jackson know about child labor laws? I can understand why he hated being the same "color" as the man who worked his ass like a mule every day. What's a childhood - anyway? Some kids think it's unfair that they should read and write. They'd rather be a person of color" and some person who is "white or of European" heritage's slave boy -or girl or LGBTQ.