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Old 04-30-2005, 02:23 AM   #40
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Another thing too, is that ways of living and social behaviour all stem from socio-economic status. People who were raised among any human attribute, be it violence, greed, generosity, kindness or vengeance, will more than likely adapt those characteristics to their own ways of life, and so will their children. This isnt necessarily a colour/ race related issue. On the other hand, you have to look at the kinds of people who live in poverty. Poverty is the foundation for negative behaviours to be built upon. Would you say that in Toronto, there is a higher incidence of black people or white people living in poverty?

People need to look at the bigger picture, rather than classifying everyone as "immature" and so unworthy of friendship and trust.
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