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        At my age 66, for 17 years I lived in a neighborhood that was 90% Black Americans, you are right. The racist coments they made about non black people was DISGUSTING to me. ---- To be honist this crap black Americans keep calling every one else racist, is way out of bounds, I have witnessed so much racism, it sickens me.
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