Culture

Culture is dominated by the Internet, TV, the M$M, facebook, social media , movies, books & the rest & contains both truths & falsehoods, half-truths etc. in 206 countries. There are thousands of African tribes included. There are lots of ethnic groups elsewhere.
For someone to assert his own declaration that the culture agrees with him or his point of view is blatant absurdity as nobody can speak for all of culture - if even the truth be known even for himself - just the influence of media input clouds the mind.
Worship culture & thou art worshiping a phantom along with a slim probability of any truth. If thou speaks of political things the probability goes to zero.


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  1. culture
  2. example rwg
  3. race-brain
  4. item 18428
  5. society

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seth 2015-07-20 14:36:37 18581
Yep, it is ambiguous to assert that something agrees with the dominant opinions of a culture, unless you specify which culture you are talking about.
Nope! it is worse than that. Not everyone thinks, feelws & acts alike just because you think you belong to their culture. It would be amazing for even a one-person culture.


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One leg of your famous elephant does not a whole Elephant make!You can't blame a sickness of a few members of a geographic region on the whole region either!


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seth 2015-07-20 14:45:02 18581
For example, in the dominant American culture today, it is considered politically incorrect to call a AfroAmerican a "nigger" ... whereas in the South circa 1920 it was considered acceptable.  There are notable exceptions. 
Nope!  You are the one judging "dominant" & what is culture & what is politically incorrect & you were not alive at that time.  Adding imagination to imagination finds nothing to talk about which approaches reality.


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seth 2015-07-20 15:07:33 18581
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seth 2015-07-20 14:59:29 18581
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seth 2015-07-20 14:36:37 18581
Yep, it is ambiguous to assert that something agrees with the dominant opinions of a culture, unless you specify which culture you are talking about.
Nope! it is worse than that. Not everyone thinks, feelws & acts alike just because you think you belong to their culture. It would be amazing for even a one-person culture.

We know that.  We know that there are variations up the kazoo.   You seem to be denying that there is a dominant pattern that actually exists.  Oh sure one is free to buck the system and perhaps even to change it were one powerful enough.  But to deny that there are dominant habits of behavior which have vast consequences in a particular culture is just to be argumentative and deny the obvious.
One can make patterns of any kind anywhere. The brain likes to do that. If it is dominant for you you probably have what I have called #race-brain. What is dominant for you may be uninteresting to many others. Even statistics lie.


this is a pattern that has consequences.  it is not just in the skulls of the people involved.
Imagining consequences is some part of paranoia & the making of patterns. Best proceed with caution & avoid #race-brain.


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seth 2015-07-20 14:59:29 18581
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seth 2015-07-20 14:36:37 18581
Yep, it is ambiguous to assert that something agrees with the dominant opinions of a culture, unless you specify which culture you are talking about.
Nope! it is worse than that. Not everyone thinks, feelws & acts alike just because you think you belong to their culture. It would be amazing for even a one-person culture.

We know that.  We know that there are variations up the kazoo.   You seem to be denying that there is a dominant pattern that actually exists.  Oh sure one is free to buck the system and perhaps even to change it were one powerful enough.  But to deny that there are dominant habits of behavior which have vast consequences in a particular culture is just to be argumentative and deny the obvious.
One can make patterns of any kind anywhere. The brain likes to do that. If it is dominant for you you probably have what I have called #race-brain. What is dominant for you may be uninteresting to many others. Even statistics lie.


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seth 2015-07-20 15:01:56 18581
... 2015-07-20 14:53:23 18581
One leg of your famous elephant does not a whole Elephant make!You can't blame a sickness of a few members of a geographic region on the whole region either!


Why bring up blame ... that is not even at issue here.  This is just straight forward sociology ... a study of how groups of people behave. 
Nope! You are not a sociologist. It is how you believe they behave!

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seth 2015-07-20 15:04:51 18581
ok, i am wasting my time here.  you are just being argumentative.  bye
yep

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seth 2015-07-20 15:15:29 18581
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seth 2015-07-20 14:59:29 18581
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seth 2015-07-20 14:36:37 18581
Yep, it is ambiguous to assert that something agrees with the dominant opinions of a culture, unless you specify which culture you are talking about.
Nope! it is worse than that. Not everyone thinks, feelws & acts alike just because you think you belong to their culture. It would be amazing for even a one-person culture.

We know that.  We know that there are variations up the kazoo.   You seem to be denying that there is a dominant pattern that actually exists.  Oh sure one is free to buck the system and perhaps even to change it were one powerful enough.  But to deny that there are dominant habits of behavior which have vast consequences in a particular culture is just to be argumentative and deny the obvious.
One can make patterns of any kind anywhere. The brain likes to do that. If it is dominant for you you probably have what I have called #race-brain. What is dominant for you may be uninteresting to many others. Even statistics lie.


this is a pattern that has consequences.  it is not just in the skulls of the people involved.

for example, go into a rough ghetto and call a black person "nigger" and see if you will not get into a fight.  do the same even in polite company and see if you will be hailed.  these kinds of things have consequences beyond what people think about them.  

here is another example, assume that if you don't have any food, that your neighbor will just feed you and will not let you starve.  Make that assumption in American suverbian society today and the chances are that you will starve.  But do that in the American Indian culture circa 1700 and i'm going to bet that you would have ended up not starving. 

These kinds of things have been well studied.  The habits of our cultures exist, and have consequences for what happens ... just as very much as your personal habits have consequences for what happens to you.
Nope! I am not buying your culture shit! People are free to behave as they will. Not all people will behave the way you would. Grow UP! & be responsible for your own behavior instead of blaming your behavior on your circumstances & encounters.


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seth 2015-07-20 15:36:43 18581
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seth 2015-07-20 15:15:29 18581
... 2015-07-20 15:06:29 18581
seth 2015-07-20 14:59:29 18581
... 2015-07-20 14:47:15 18581
seth 2015-07-20 14:36:37 18581
Yep, it is ambiguous to assert that something agrees with the dominant opinions of a culture, unless you specify which culture you are talking about.
Nope! it is worse than that. Not everyone thinks, feelws & acts alike just because you think you belong to their culture. It would be amazing for even a one-person culture.

We know that.  We know that there are variations up the kazoo.   You seem to be denying that there is a dominant pattern that actually exists.  Oh sure one is free to buck the system and perhaps even to change it were one powerful enough.  But to deny that there are dominant habits of behavior which have vast consequences in a particular culture is just to be argumentative and deny the obvious.
One can make patterns of any kind anywhere. The brain likes to do that. If it is dominant for you you probably have what I have called #race-brain. What is dominant for you may be uninteresting to many others. Even statistics lie.


this is a pattern that has consequences.  it is not just in the skulls of the people involved.

for example, go into a rough ghetto and call a black person "nigger" and see if you will not get into a fight.  do the same even in polite company and see if you will be hailed.  these kinds of things have consequences beyond what people think about them.  

here is another example, assume that if you don't have any food, that your neighbor will just feed you and will not let you starve.  Make that assumption in American suverbian society today and the chances are that you will starve.  But do that in the American Indian culture circa 1700 and i'm going to bet that you would have ended up not starving. 

These kinds of things have been well studied.  The habits of our cultures exist, and have consequences for what happens ... just as very much as your personal habits have consequences for what happens to you.
Nope! I am not buying your culture shit! People are free to behave as they will. Not all people will behave the way you would. Grow UP! & be responsible for your own behavior instead of blaming your behavior on your circumstances & encounters.


well obviously everybody does not behave the same.  even you don't behave the same even in the same circumstances.  but nonetheless, your dominant habits will still dominate what happens concerning you.  it is the same with groups of people.   that is a simple thesis, that can be objectively verified. 
People are NOT cultural & racial automatons of your stereotype or any other except maybe you & POTUS. Once you get rid of that shitty notion you may be ready for a taste of freedom - I won't hold my breath for that to happen however.


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