So if you were sitting on a plane coming from Nigeria and someone near you was vomiting.....and you would not be scared shitless? Bullshit, you would be hyperventilating and weeping like a baby....just admit it.
Of course I would. But black people around me is scary in general. Them statistically being basically guaranteed to be carrying a deadly disease now only makes it worse.
Just like when I see someone in a turban get on a plane my pasty palms get all sweaty.
I like pizza because it tastes good to me. Why does it taste good? Did I decide that it tastes good? Did I say before I ever tried pizza "this pizza will taste good to me because I have decided this ahead of time." Have I ever eaten something that I thought would taste good but I hated? What about the inverse?
Even preferences like food you don't CHOOSE to like.
My parents stayed until I was 18 and then split literally the day I moved out for college. But they fought and verbally and even sometimes physically abused each other so much I actually think that was more scarring than if they had just split up when I was 13 when they first realized the love wasn't there anymore.
Everyone's different, obviously. You have to decide if you can actually live with each other without exposing your children to all the infighting, if you can't, I think it's better to split up honestly.
this is one of the dirty little secrets in america. for some reason, people of all ethnic groups come to the US and are successful, while native born citizens of all ethnic groups seem to think that working for something is to hard or that they're special and should not have to work for it
That disparity is helped by the fact that we pretty much only let the best of the best come here in the first place. If we had completely open borders, the economic disparity between black people who were born here and those who immigrated would be much smaller. (But still pretty large, simply because the poorest of the poor wouldn't have the ability to come here anyway)
Also, keep in mind perception is everything. Immigrants make more than their native brethren, as much as anything, because people in the states already assume they're hard-working, or "one of the good ones" if you prefer. They assume this because the US basically preordains that anyone who comes here from another country must contribute something of value to be accepted here. We have no interest in poor Kenyan inner city youth. Unless, of course, it's someone who beat the same overwhelming odds faced over there as our African AMERICAN population faces here and made an intellectual name for themselves. So it's great for people who want to beat the drum of how much better African immigrants do than their native-born kin, but means really nothing in reality.
You could find a similar income disparity between black people who "talk ghetto" and those who don't. At the end of the day, it's more about whether elite white America is afraid you're going to break into their house at night because you wear baggy pants than anything else. Someone coming from another country (regardless of skin color) is more often than not going to be perceived in a more positive light than someone who grew up here.
Would you guys feel differently if you saw some inconclusive video of what the PD claimed was the SAME guy robbing that gas station shortly before? (even though the cop stopping him didn't know about it at the time) I bet you would. LIBERALS!