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Where did i as a full blood african american get my blue eyes freckes and red straight hair from????

Midwesternare24 2009/03/18 00:52:21
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  • DaveInNH 2009/03/18 01:08:25 (edited)
    A. i am albino
    DaveInNH
    +2
    You really should allow people to choose a 'none of the above' answer.



    I hate to tell you, being 'full blood Afican-American' means absolutely nothing. There's no such thing as 'full blood' anything, except full blooded human being, which is good because the 'purity' people think of as being 'full blooded' is a sign of a lack of genetic diversity. Sisters and brothers can mate and have offspring that are 'pure', but the offspring suffer from all kinds of problems.



    Nature selected you to have blue eyes, freckles, and red hair so that you could add a little genetic diversity into the gene pool. Who knows, your genes could, theoretically, save the entire human race from extinction some day.

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  • SicFux651 2009/06/28 06:21:06
    C. It was a recessesive gene
    SicFux651
    haha i just leaned this shit in scien class
  • AP 2009/05/23 21:40:45
    D. I have mixed blood(" which i do not")
    AP
    .

    Most people are surprised to discover that, contrary to
    popular assumption, the term 'African-American' (AA)
    actually does NOT even mean 'Black' -- but rather --
    it is simply used as a reference to any person who
    is a member of the Ethnic group of people who are:

    "the descendants of the survivors of the chattel-slavery
    system that took place on the continental United States
    during the antebellum period of the nation's history"

    Although they are often referred to as being "black", the
    AAs tend to have a very wide variety of of skin tones, hair
    textures & facial features as a result of the fact that more
    that +70% of the people born to two (2) AA parents are also
    of a family lineage that has been continually Mixed-Race
    for generations and often consists of +20-30% European,
    +25% Amerindian & remainder African bloodlines.

    Also -- The AAs did NOT choose this
    name for themselves -- it was simply
    applied to them without their consent.

    The following links may also be of some interest:

    Have a nice day !!! :D

    http://groups.yahoo.com/group...

    http://answers.yahoo.com/ques...

    http://answers.yahoo.com/ques...

    http://answers.yahoo.com/ques...

    .
    .

    Most people are surprised to discover that, contrary to
    popular assumption, the term 'African-American' (AA)
    actually does NOT even mean 'Black' -- but rather --
    it is simply used as a reference to any person who
    is a member of the Ethnic group of people who are:

    "the descendants of the survivors of the chattel-slavery
    system that took place on the continental United States
    during the antebellum period of the nation's history"

    Although they are often referred to as being "black", the
    AAs tend to have a very wide variety of of skin tones, hair
    textures & facial features as a result of the fact that more
    that +70% of the people born to two (2) AA parents are also
    of a family lineage that has been continually Mixed-Race
    for generations and often consists of +20-30% European,
    +25% Amerindian & remainder African bloodlines.

    Also -- The AAs did NOT choose this
    name for themselves -- it was simply
    applied to them without their consent.

    The following links may also be of some interest:

    Have a nice day !!! :D

    http://groups.yahoo.com/group...

    http://answers.yahoo.com/ques...

    http://answers.yahoo.com/ques...

    http://answers.yahoo.com/ques...

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  • CABT 2009/03/18 03:03:48
    C. It was a recessesive gene
    CABT
    +1
    There's a cracker in the woodpile. LOL
  • DaveInNH CABT 2009/03/19 00:17:05
    DaveInNH
    I was tempted to say that, but didn't think the younger generation would get it!
  • CABT DaveInNH 2009/03/19 04:50:05
    CABT
    LOL Its okay, I don't even find that a wordy durd. I'm sure they know what Cracker is. I don't even know what Cracker means other than white so how could I be offended?
  • SicFux651 DaveInNH 2009/06/28 06:21:53
    SicFux651
    i do and im 14
  • Balls Of Fury 2009/03/18 01:09:18
    B. i was adopted
    Balls Of Fury
    +1
    Well then.... so much for the full blooded. Incidentally, scientifically there is no such thing as race. Race is a social construct.
  • DaveInNH 2009/03/18 01:08:25 (edited)
    A. i am albino
    DaveInNH
    +2
    You really should allow people to choose a 'none of the above' answer.



    I hate to tell you, being 'full blood Afican-American' means absolutely nothing. There's no such thing as 'full blood' anything, except full blooded human being, which is good because the 'purity' people think of as being 'full blooded' is a sign of a lack of genetic diversity. Sisters and brothers can mate and have offspring that are 'pure', but the offspring suffer from all kinds of problems.



    Nature selected you to have blue eyes, freckles, and red hair so that you could add a little genetic diversity into the gene pool. Who knows, your genes could, theoretically, save the entire human race from extinction some day.
  • Lou 2009/03/18 00:59:40
    A. i am albino
    Lou
    Lets see straight hair-Hair straightner and/or flat iron, freckles-tattoo parlor, or dark eye liner or eyebrow pencil, and blue eyes from blue contact lenses. That's the only thing I can think of. What do your parents say?
  • lupsie Lou 2009/12/05 03:18:25
    lupsie
    thats ridiculous

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