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Ruptga

Lifer
Aug 3, 2006
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Yeah the first part of the link is blocked, apparently the domain for medium(dot)com is censored. I have no idea why, but then again I know almost nothing about that site except it's where a guy that does webcomics hosts some of his side and one-off projects.
 

zinfamous

No Lifer
Jul 12, 2006
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point being, biology, particuarly genetics, doesn't really recognize "race" in humans. Not what we classify as "Race," anyway.

The closest approximation you can get to a biological definition of race in humans, is the same classification with animal descent: geographic accumulation of common traits.

Though as with humans, dogs, cats, various bird species, the presence or absence of a particular trait or series of traits would not singularly allow for an exact definition of "Race."

....what I'm saying is: either humans and cats have races, or neither do.
 

Orignal Earl

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Oct 27, 2005
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Spideyman, Spideyman,
He's a Triple K fan
He's got guns, every size,
Warns us that thugs, are on the rise
Hunker down! Paranoid ol' Spideyman.

Is he strong? Listen bud-
He's full of fud
Can he post in a thread?
Lol, I bet mostly from his bed
So Sad! Poor ol' Spideyman
 

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