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He only reads if he's the one posting the article...
And you only shiit when your mouth is open.
Dude, confront me like a man or take your snide ass comments and shove 'em up your keester.
F_ck off. Again.
"All that is required for evil to triumph is for good to do nothing."
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Black people do have a couple of strikes against them. NPR only focuses on one. Greater muscle mass, which is heavier, would be another.
I used to be on a swim team for several years. Then I started lifting weights. After gaining appreciable muscle mass--and every last inch of me is covered in hair--it totally changed for me as I had to work harder to stay buoyant.