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« Maybe I won't fly until 2013 | Main | Problems with an assassination policy »

September 22, 2006



I agree, that didn't seem like a very good strategy to me either.

Does it bother anyone else that the participants keep talking about being divided up by "ethnicity" rather than "race"? Isn't race more accurate, as all the teams represent a variety of ethnic heritages? (The Asians have expressly noted the fact that they are Korean, Philipino, Vietnamese etc) Why does the term "race" need a euphemism?

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