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What Do People Mean When They Say You Are Acting Black?

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What in the heck do they mean when the say someone is acting Black?

Sometimes people might say that someone is not acting Black enough or are acting White?

What are the things that people do to be considered Black through their actions?

Who are they people who maintain the standard of what acting Black is and does it ever change?

Where did this most often low standard of expected behavior originate from and why is it that most other races are not held to such a narrow minded set of standards?

n this episode of the LanceScurv Show we are going to touch on an issue that for the most part is known by the majority of the masses but is never really spoken about in an up front and very direct manner.

The amusing part of this is that our society feels that they know what it is behind closed doors but will never admit to its existence because of the pressure to be politically correct.

We are truly a nation in denial and we will speak to all who have something of value to add to the conversation.

But for the most part, acting Black is acting ignorant. Acting Black is associated with all who are Black that indulge in talking in a manner laced with profanity. Quick to anger and get confrontation with absolutely anyone at the drop of a dime in public over an issue that is so very trivial.

Acting Black is the absolute worst way to act at all.

So our acting out on the movie set in an acting Black manner has enabled straight up foreigners to touch down on these shores knowing how to say "What's Up My Nigger?" without having any sizable contact with Black people at all!

Let us understand what this not to cool phenomenon is and why we need to attach something good to the way the world sees us as well as the way we view ourselves before it's too late.

Let's talk about it and let it all hang out!