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How the middle class "slums it'.
I feel uncomfortable joining a movement popularized by the media for or against someone when there isn't one person jumping into the fray that knows what actually happened. This seems like an opportunistic moment for racist blacks (those who hate and blame "whites" and use any tool to fan these flames) and racist whites (same story.) The truth to these majorities isn't the point: staking a hate claim is. And Geraldo (remember, the guy who didn't find anything in Al Capone's vault??) spun up hoodie mania so he could have a great show.
I really wish that people would stop getting on the fashion bandwagon and stop "reacting" enough so they can think about how this really just perpetuates the myth that our differences really matter. They don't- we are all just bags of water until we expire.
People are murdered by the thousands every day in the world but most folks black and white both turn a blind eye. Maybe followers need something to rant about...but hoodie mania seems over the top when people just don't know the story yet....but like being able to take a side.
I sure hope all the evidence shows the Trayvon is truly the victim, because without all the facts the entire media has determined that he is. And if he truly is the victim after investigation...go hoodie people go! The Gap should really make out this year.
In the story City of Irvine: looking for Filth.
Also by Vin Weathermon
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