Falling for the “The Green Mile” Impression

No, I don’t always fall for the “sweet Black man” thing. I was criticized for this on this blog. I’m well aware Blacks can be very nasty. In fact, as Lester Holt or Bryant Gumble, etc. would deny, that’s why there was segregation to begin with!  However, inquiring minds want to know, “Why did Southerners bring Blacks to the South and then later bitch about how much a problem they are?”

But oppression did bring out a lot of “sweet Blacks,” as oppression does to anyone. Definitely freedom will often bring out the worst in people more than the best. This is a tricky topic. I mean, I love freedom but I realized I would be a better human if my freedom was limited in many ways.

But how much do people want to limit themselves? I mean, I know some churches that won’t even let their members listen to non-gospel music; some won’t even let women wear shorts or pants.

Some limits on freedom are obvious. Obviously, society cannot tolerate “out of the closet” pedophiles. It can’t tolerate serial killers. It should be a lot tougher on inner city bullshit than it is now (or the White equivalent).

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6 thoughts on “Falling for the “The Green Mile” Impression”

  1. The White equivalent of “I got these cheeseburgers, man. I’ll suck your dick!” is “Pardon me, do you have any grey poupon?” These are contrasting cultures.

    Best approach IMO is Roberts gender approach with Whites providing the non-abusive but dominant male role.

    1. The White equivalent of “I got these cheeseburgers, man. I’ll suck your dick!” is “Pardon me, do you have any grey poupon?”

      What does that mean?

      1. No sense in being an asshole to nice people – just cause we don’t like their race – generally speaking. Is that what is hinted here?

        Anyway, I loved the Grey Poupon scene on Waynes World!

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