I just wrote an angry post about how the people who didn't like my statements about the tomfoolery in Round Rock, and how they were an angry, foolish bunch of people who's self-worth was dependent upon the fictitious belief that they were somehow inherently superior to another group of people. All that stuff is still true, but after playing with Cassidy for awhile, I decided that the post was too angry and I erased it.
I just hate it when people try to bring me down to their own level by calling me self-righteous or by saying, "C'mon, we're all white, wealthy, southern heterosexuals here. We all know that it's okay to make fun of the blacks and the queers every once in awhile, right?."
I don't want it and I don't need it.
I'm a middle class six foot six white guy who was raised in the church and who's lived in Texas for the vast majority of his life. Statistically for the area where I live, I'm about as in the majority as you can get. Still, that's never made me right in a single argument, nor do I think it entitles me to feel a single bit more important or worthwhile than anyone else. Fortunately, I was raised that to believe otherwise is ignorance. Still, I'm open to hear counterarguments. As long as you're not a chickensh*t who posts anonymous comments. Jeez, I hate that.