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I Don't Think You're Black. Ralph David Abernathy Was Black.

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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on April 10, 2002 20:00:58 UTC

Years of practice and high aptitude
as measured by standard tests...
having books in the house and using the library
...having pretty good schools to attend...
watching PBS a lot in the Seventies....

Proceeding to assess your other material scientifically
or theologically...

Harv agrees with 'Scott.'
Harv wants to talk with 'Scott.'
Harv does not like mudslinging.
Harv does not like CarefulUniverse or Mike.

'Scott' estimates the size of male genitalia he has obviously never seen.
'Scott' hypothesizes (without naming his references) that CarefulUniverse is nervous about his ability to sexually pleasure the right person.
'Scott Abernathy' might not bee his real name.
Harv likes 'Scott.' Harv does not have a last name to post on this forum.

I don't think I'm exceeding the data.
I don't think there's much there.
I'm not a sexologist and don't think I'll go look up the answer for you. Did you assume that if you found a person who DID have the condition you described, that they would be the person to ask about the scientific merit of your biology question?
If owners of conditions are the experts on them, what condition can you
help us understand, owing to the fact it is a condition you have?

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