A question came out that I felt needed to be answered, not because I am a particular expert on real estate (I have rented property, but that doesn’t make me a real estate mogul), but because all other answers were unfairly judgmental of the OP. None, or almost none of them even answered the quest...(more)
I really hate questions where the question details completely change the context of the question.
The question as stated:
Does it make me racist for not permitting people of a certain race (or ethnicity) to rent a room from me?
Duh. If you do not permit someone to a service you are providing on simple ground of their race, then yeah, that’s obviously racism.
This talks about why it is that we spend so much money to destroy what amounts to very little in real terms. While it’s great that we can, the problem is that there are places in the world that need warriors, boots on the ground to do the dirty job of securing territory. Bombs are destructive, bu...(more)
From the question details, it seems the question really is asking, “What is so important to bomb that it rates all the expenditure being invested to destroy it?”
It makes sense to consider that question, as it really seems to make no sense to spend $80,000 on a missile to blow up two guys in a tent. The costs are even more staggering when we consider(more)
A question came up about perceived racism on the internet. I know guys, what a revelation. That said, when we look closer, racism didn’t have anything to do with it all. Granted, the other 80 answers to the question beg to differ, but there is much more to this story than blind hatred. Oddly enou...(more)
wrote a great answer on why He even gives a very good explanation about what “not black enough” has looked like in the Hollywood of the past, as well as why Luke Cage is such a good show for the times we are in. Personally, I’m happy with the casting, particularly with and . I was a big fan f... (more)