Stephen Beecroft favored us with:
It's one thing to say that current racial classifications are imprecise,
or getting blurred, or not useful for this or that purpose. All such
proclamations may or may not be true. But to say that race doesn't exist
is to be tautologically incorrect -- people whose ancestry originated in
different parts of the world look more like others with similar ancestry
than they do like those with ancestry from other parts of the world. And
children look like their parents, so to say that there is no biological
basis for race is to play the fool.
I agree. Sometimes my son gives me the hand jive when all I want to do is shake hands. Give me a "whiteman's handshake" I say. Then, slapping my forehead I realize, my son isn't a white man. <LOL> --JWR

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