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Nah all good. Nope-torious B.I.G Idk to be this obsessed with being mixed race and then pointing out someone who looks fully white as the epitome of beauty for mixed race people is suss as hell. Takoyaki Tonkatsu, chicken katsu curry and ramen are all pretty safe options for a beginner. Leslie Knope More like luke-warm weirdo, but I'll take hot maniac, sure. Caught up with all recent episodes of Shogun, pretty big cliff-hanger in the last episode I watched 8/10 Binged all 3 seasons of Alex Rider, season 3 was the weakest, but I'm still sad it's cancelled 7/10 Watched new series Big Mood, I do recommend it but one of the main leads really frustrated me, probably as the writers intended 6.5/10 I fully trust you in this, having experienced only this much and already feeling very discombobulated. Very good stuff. Not regularly. Maybe every now and then, I'll think "Haven't seen so and so actor in a while" and do a quick internet search, but it's far more likely someone will tell me an actor I like has died in passing conversation. Never learned, not particularly keen on learning. I like going to the beach during the summer and will usually go into the water about waist-deep, but swimming is not for me. Do you not understand what a reproductive organ is? Call me a modern gladiator then, coz a good garlic bread never goes astray when I'm congested and sickly. Sometimes I even start adding a little garlic to dishes when the weather starts getting colder, just to prepare myself for the flu-y hoards of kids I may encounter in the wild. I think I'm even more confused. Are you saying it's a problem of internalized racism experienced by bi/multi-racial people who don't feel good enough because they're not distinctly European looking, or it's just regular racism coming from people who don't treat them as good enough because of this? Also not sure how it's a problem outside of racism just being a problem. I think this is mainly to do with the medium of say, movie versus tv show. A movie is generally trying to tell one concise story in a set time, but a tv show has a lot more room to play with and intends to tell the stories of multiple people usually, so you'll see a lot more backstory for villains on tv rather than in film. Unless the grieving families are at the centre of the story being told, then there's no plot being served by having them there except to humanize the villain, and that can be done in a few seconds via a funeral scene anyway. We really only see grieving relatives when they're set to become the next villain, like in Raimi's Spider-Man films, aka it's central to the plot. So if someone has ovarian cancer, they shouldn't have their ovaries removed? Thanks, but I don't turn to meds when I've got a cold and am congested, I just pack whatever hot meals I make myself with garlic and hope for the best. Is this just you? You wanted to call yourself hot in an indirect way? Weird but okay. Can you clarify? Are you saying it's a problem for other people, hence the issue that's actually the problem is racism? Or are you saying you find it a problem for yourself? And why? I'm bi-racial, and it hasn't seemed to come up as an issue for others or myself. No idea.