Re: BELL CURVE CRITIC EXPOSED?
Thu, 9 Feb 1995 17:08:31 GMT
Martin Hutchison (email@example.com) wrote:
: In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com (S. LaBonne) writes...
: In addition to Jerrybro's problems, Marty, you have the more serious ones
: of being unable to read or think. Can you even define the concept of
: a gene pool "significantly different" from that of a black man? I
: Yes. Blacks had at least tens of thousands of years of seperate evolution.
: Blacks and whites have significantly different physical features(and social
: customs, matriarch vs patriarch rule).
: didn't think so. Not to mention that the concept of "the gene pool"
: of an individual is hilariously nonsensical. (I won't even get into
: Did I ever say an individual gene pool? NO.
: The anglo-saxon gene pool that coughed me up is different from the one that
: coughed up blacks.
Jeeze you're entertaining. What a specimen. I would say that
you were more likely puked up.
: Marty, old boy, the problem- as I said- is that different ways of
: trying to classify "races", _using_ various "characteristics" _as
: one must to construct a classification_, give radically incompatible
: ancestors. That means that race is _not_ a reality in a biological
: sense, period. Obviously it is in a sociolgical sense, but sociological
: concepts of race have always had illegitimate sources of support in
: the popular fallacy that "races" have an objective biological meaning.
: Niggers are black. Honkeys are white. Different genes caused different melanin
: levels. Can't there be more differences?
: You make claims with no proof, or even logic.
: If they said people with blue eyes had bigger dicks than people with brown
: eyes, would you jump up and down saying " eye color doesn't exist, you can't
: classify people that way"?
What can one say? There's no doubt that such statements stand
on their own merits [sic].
: Sorry to use big words that you're probably not capable of understanding,
: but perhaps the lurkers will benefit.
: If you knew how to think maybe your big words may have helped you express a
: worthwhile thought.
Yes, you've already conveyed to us your inability to comprehend
"big words." We are all quite grateful, however, that you grace
us with your hilarious offerings in little words (not that I
have any faith you understand them, either).