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I don't even believe that it's a product of hate so much anymore, it's really about ignorance and intolerance. The idea that we're all different and that it's a bad thing, the idea that some people are genetically better than others, it's all nonsense--yet people STILL believe it. Racism makes people fell uncomfortable, everyone is always very quick to tell you that they have a black friend, or they've been to Spain, they COULDN'T be racist...it's still a problem. It's within the workplace, the schools, the government, to deny its existence is to ensure its survival.
It's programmed into children at young ages. Something as simple as being afraid to drive past a bad [black] neighborhood, the idea that integrated classrooms are a bad idea, that hip hop music is not a form of music, parents and teachers program this to children.
Is it worse than any other country? Not necessarily, but it's still a huge problem.
The Simpsons used to be an amazing show. It probably was the greatest animated show of all time. However, it didn't end when it started going downhill. The show has been on for 10+ seasons, and I can't watch an episode without being frustrated, knowing the hilarity that used to come with the show. At this point, it's been horrible for about eight years.
Futurama, however, has been funny from the get-go. Every episode was funny, even the serious episodes (which were masterpieces in themselves). This show crafted a hilarious year 3001, with funny pop culture references from the past. The show ended, but it ended while it was still funny. Movies are still being released, and even those are hilarious too.
Futurama is better, it didn't have enough time to start sucking.
No way. They were a good team last year, but they might not get back Michael Strahan, the pro-bowler that had been helping them all season. Plus, they lose Jeremy Shockey, their pro-bowler tight end who helped them so much early on in the season. Two stars leaving the team won't let them repeat. Plus, the Cowboys are going to dominate their division: they won't even see the playoffs next year.