Politically incorrect observations
I was having a converstion with my labourer in which we touch on some "politically incorrect" observations, and by that I mean any observation that generalizes a certain race, or group, or nationality... Whether some would copnsider it a good thing or not, it still seems to be politically incoorect, but not quite racist. I'll keep it short, list only 2 examples, and open it up to discussion, whether you agree with my observations or not I would like to hear what you think. And if you do agree with my observations, please describe your best explanation/theory for why it is so.
1)-On my way to Austrailia to go on my year long hippie style "find myself" backpacking trip I stopped off in Japan for 5 hours. Just coming out of the plane and walking down the seemingly infinite hallways leading me around one thing became so obvious it was...well just that, blatantly obvious. With a fairly average/slightly above average height of about 6ft, I towered over the general mass of Japanese folk. Maybe 1 guy out of the many hundreds walking down those hallways was anyhwhere near my height, I felt like a damb giant. The urinals in the airport are about 12" off the ground, so low I had to bend down significantly to use them. Agree? Why?
2)-Watching the olypics, it seems quite evident that black people completely and utterly dominate short races. I almost feel bad for the fastest dude in germany, or holland or wherever who by local default makes the cut, and crosses the finish line so many metres behind the pack it is embarresing. For the most part, black people seem to dominate any sport they choose to train in, or more specifically they seem to simply be able to run faster and jump higher naturally without trainig. From my observations, I would bet a pretty penny if you race 100 12 year old black kids against 100 12 year old white kids 1 by 1, their would be a clearsided win overall. Agree? Why?