I was leaving the Walmart Shopping Center yesterday, and as I was walking through the parking lot towards my car, I heard these very young Black girls probably barely in their teens shouting, "We're selling girls scout cookies, you know you want some", over and over again. It may not sound sleazy reading it here (although it should), but hearing it and seeing it would have sounded even more appalling. I felt like asking the first person I saw what the world was going on. Then I thought about a time in the mid 80's while still living in the DMV, when I saw these young Black girls in their very early teens wearing hot-shorts outside this old fast food chain they called Roy Rodgers offering car washes. As I was leaving Roy Rodgers, I saw an older brother and told him I would never have my daughter out there doing that. But he had a more accepting attitude, and said he liked seeing the girls doing something positive. I think the brother told me he had did time, but he showed no signs, other than the fact that he thought this was okay. Anyway, I told him why I thought what I thought, and the conversation ended smoothly. However you can't do that today, not down here in the Atlanta suburbs where I live. Every time you open your mouth to someone about something that's wrong down here, you wish you hadn't, and your comment better not be about a female. That's how stuck on stupid some of these people seem to be down here I hate to say. I think a lot of it has to do with my Northern accent, or the way I articulate (some can tell you went to college), or the way I dress, or maybe something else, which I'm not trying to bring up right now. Some guy walked in a Subway sandwich shop about a month ago and asked me was I from New York, without me saying a word. Before I left, I did something I wouldn't usually do, and asked him what made him think that. He said I had that look. Then he said it was my leather cap. It seemed liked the more he kept talking, the more his attitude began to change toward negative, which is kinda typical down here. Perhaps he wanted to make sure I didn't think he was a gay guy checking me out, which has become more a problem down here, since they seem to be getting most of the jobs. I also notice down here that they have little White girls barley in their teens, dressed in hot-shorts at intersections trying to wave you over for car washes too. Do it make it right because they're White? No. Anyway needless to say, I left that Walmart parking lot yesterday and just kept it to myself because I'm tired of ruining my day trying to talk sense to these people. It makes it appear that shows like Scandal, Empire, and movies like Dear White People, Straight Out of Compton, etc...are beginning to take more of a moral blow to young Black girls every day. Some may not agree, but I think those young Black girls knowing so many of us are accepting these degrading images on television and at the movies, makes them feel it's okay to chant out in public, "'you know you want some". I'm surprised nobody called the cops, sense they like to harass Black people so much. But this is something the Black community is supposed to have concern about and control over, however they seem to be losing it by the day. You can see why France Cress Welsing keeps saying we're giving more and more reason for this country to bring in another Hitler one day, and round all Black people up and put them in Fema Camps.