I have noticed a trend.
I said that you SEEMED to be IMPLYING something along those lines. . .
Dawn Olsen (same source):
. . . or you really WERE implying I was racist. . .
. . . the implication being that my failure to mention affirmative action by name weakens my position. . .
No one else had an English teacher who went totally bugfuck about the difference between imply and infer, then?
While we're at it, Manichaean doesn't mean "someone from Manchester," and racism isn't a fucking on/off switch in your head, where you're either a card-carrying member of the KKK or utterly free from prejudice. Zadeh's first paper on this stuff came out in '65, you must have encountered the idea at some point.
Oh, one last thing. Rachel Lucas, whose site motto is "Life's too short to be politically correct", wrote the following:
But the 'insensitivity' police can just ram it. There is no reason we should guard our words and defuse any ticking bombs of negative association we might inadvertently create.
Bitch, you better be pregnant, have a mouse in your pocket, or be talking about humanity in general, because from your post on this, I'm inferring that this is another of those white privileges you claim don't exist.
So I don't have to "imply" anything.