I was recently talking to someone about a, "hot button issue", wait, is it hot button? I thought I heard that somewhere.
Seriously, I can't keep up.
I think it should be hot button because we click on buttons all the time.
It's pretty much all that we're about.
When people say they are, "about that life", they're talking about clicking buttons.
So yeah, we did not agree.
The funny thing was, they were like, totally wrong.
Don't you hate that?
So when I explained to them that they were wrong, their response was, "you're a doody face."
I have to admit, I didn't see that coming.
So back to me being right, it sure feels good.
I love being right in an argument, it's always better than whatever boring ass topic we are talking about.
This one was about race though, oh yeah, two white people talking about race. Of course shit got eentense.
So I was like, "I have a black friend" and they were like, "I read a book about slavery" and the gloves were off.
They were all, "you shouldn't be condescending because you are white" and I was all, "you sound paternalistic."
And they said, "I'm glad I didn't go to grad school."
That one caught me off guard though, because if you don't go to grad school, you can't give presentations to groups of all white people and tell them that they are all racist with the exception being yourself because since you acknowledge the inherent racism in our species that in some way exempts you from said inherent racism while maintaining a lack of belief in an inherent racism (which is what you were arguing against but really were arguing for without knowing it) although it is for white people and not everyone else which ironically is a racist position but you don't think so because you don't want to because you want to believe that all racism is a learned behavior which raises the mathematical likelihood that not all white people would be raised in an environment conducive to a racist outlook but that makes your argument fall apart because all white people are racist with the exception of yourself, which is, (sigh) a contradiction.
It's more satisfying to tell people they are racist in person than on the internet anyway.
Oh, and you can really piss people off by defending the fact that you are a, "white man."
People hate that one.