So how do you fall? The article seems to indicate that coworkers and family are not included (unless, I guess, they are your friends). --- "To truly live, one must first be born." ~ Evan [aX] Paper Mario Social: The Safe Haven of GameFAQs. (Board 2000083)
In elementary, middle school, and high school, my friends at school were predominantly white. At home and at gatherings with my parents' friends, however, were all predominantly Asian and especially Filipino. So it was very 50/50 for me. After I got to college, again the greater majority of my friends were white, until I started doing more stuff with some of the ethnic student orgs on the campus. Then it became more balanced out, I guess? Right now most of my friends are Asian, but I'm definitely far from spending time with only other Asians (or Filipinos) exclusively. --- http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v129/ukealii50/kylo.jpg - Thanks uke! http://img193.imageshack.us/img193/829/07kyloforce.png - Thanks Diyosa!
Huh. Kinda interesting, but I haven't given the article a full read yet.
As with Kylo, most of my friends were white through high school. That's mostly just because the schools were predominantly white. In college, since it's a bit more diverse, my friends became a bit more diverse. I was friends with Mr. Penn State Latino and Ms. Penn State Latino is one of, if not my best, female friends.
Actually, I've lived with more non-whites than whites over my 4 years in school. 6-4. --- Well, there is a new accent of n00b language. It's called: Vet LUEser goes Foreign!-MegaSpy22 Those must be the pants of the gods!-Digitalpython
Of my 3 groomsmen, one was black. Had him as one of my best friends since I met him in 7th grade. Not sure I knew a single black person in elementary school really, certainly wasn't friends with one. Currently I guess Ryan is still my only black friend. I don't make friends easily anyway and it's just even harder when you worry about not having things in common.
I was going to answer bewilderedly but then I remembered that "Hispanic" is a "different" "race." I'm diverse as all hell yo. --- Willis, it seems like every other time you post, I need to look up a word that's in the OED or Urban Dictionary but not both. -Mimir
Although, according to the census, Hispanic is not a different race, it's a modifier. --- "To truly live, one must first be born." ~ Evan [aX] Paper Mario Social: The Safe Haven of GameFAQs. (Board 2000083)
Well let me just say I question some of the underlying terminology. --- Willis, it seems like every other time you post, I need to look up a word that's in the OED or Urban Dictionary but not both. -Mimir