Damit I went to shoe a few horses and come back and we're talking about politics, big macs, and what the correct term to call a black man is.
Doesn't really matter if the terms I use are accepted here. The words I use are accepted by coloreds here where I live. I grew up playing ball with them, rooming with them, and getting pulled over every time I rode in a vehicle with them. Just because I use the name Amazin Caucasian, that just means I take pride in being who I am. Just like blacks do. I'm probably one of the most non-racist people here. Even still I have a good friend named Sonny that's black. And I can guarantee he's more country than any white person I know, including me. He rides horses and operates Bobcats. He went with me in my dump truck to get some sand for my arena a couple months ago. I was listening to black music and his phone rang. Guess what his ringtone was.....Colt Ford. So we both laughed at the irony that I listen to black music and he listens to white country music.
What's funny is, blacks and other minorities think it's funny that we're so scared to offend them. They think it's funny how we squirm when certain words are used. Whites are the most uptight people as far as racial issues. Caucasians are too worried we're going to offend someone. Don't worry about it, just don't walk up bunch of minorities hollering racial names. When me and my wife got together, she snapped at me for asking a fella if he was Mexican. I just asked if he was Mexican. Not like I said "Are you a **** Mexican?". I just said, "Are you Mexican?" How exactly am I supposed to ask? People get suspicious if you seem super careful about offending them. I've always treated them with respect, And don't act squirrely
Last edited by AmazinCaucasian; 03-10-2012 at 09:31 PM.