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frankster

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Okay, but let me ask you:
What about "state of mind" as 1poetsought states?
Your thoughts on that.

Here is his post....

Even Whites know that Black is a state of mind ~

First I needed to know what exactly does 1poetsought meant by it being a "state of mind"?
I hate to assume his meaning and intent but in order to answer your question I would have to.
But being you are wont to being fastidious, and will have no reservations to drawing me and yourself through the mud on the most inane of points..... it is better I ask you what you think he meant by his above post. Then using your mean as a premise we shall elucidate the correctness or error of that concept.



[quoteIn a frankster utopian world, I see what you mean.[/quote]

There is nothing Utopian about asking some one for their definition of African
I never ask for the definition of the word African
I simply ask "How does one define African?"
Nor did I ask for the etymological derivation of the word Africa, which is what you end up providing.

JUST COME CORRECT.,,stop with the word games.


No 'inanity" here and I hope you don't go 'inane' over it.
For what I say won't impact foreign policy from my
current position. Facetious, certainly truth to that, but if
your query is that serious for you, then let me ask you:
What answers do you have for your own questions, being that
since I have "no legs" and all. I find this to be a good opportunity
for you to stretch your 'legs' since others apparently can't or
won't on that which put forth.

Here we go again I think I have already provided my definitions.
If I have been negligent on one or more of my definition please enlighten me and I will make amends.
 

RAPTOR

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Here we go again I think I have already provided my definitions.
If I have been negligent on one or more of my definition please enlighten me and I will make amends.

What did you tell me about the fundamentals and reading?:
What answers do you have for your own questions
No word game there.
Nowhere in that question suggest, remotely, that I am asking for
a definition of a word, but answers to your own questions.
 

RAPTOR

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What answers do you have for your own questions

frankster said:
.....just ask the questions?

Okay, I'll ask the questions:
eh'hm....

How does one [you frankster] define African?
How do You[you frankster] define Black as in a person?
Is being African and or Black [frankster] the same ethnicity and or race?
[frankster] Is Charlize Theron African?
 

frankster

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Okay:
eh'hm....

How does one define African?

In one sense we are all Africans as the human family originated out of Africa.
In the more modern sense we define African as a person who is born on the continent of Africa or of people born on the continent who share a continuity of multi - cultural heritage and biology (appearance).

How do You define Black as in a person?

Usually refers to an African born in the diaspora but not limited to.


Is being African and or Black the same ethnicity and or race?

African is an ethnicity, black is a Racial Social Construct based on regional and biological differences.
Though race and ethnicity are often used interchangeable.
 

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