Re: Oh, the irony!
Originally Posted by MasterOfPuppets
i disagree. how many wealthy people take the oppurtunity to experience life in a ghetto? after all isn't that where racial diversity is the most prominent? do you think the wealthy white guy living in beverly hills has a family of blacks living on one side,and a family of hispanics on the other?
i guess you could say
having a black maid ,and a mexican gardner ,would qualify as a "varied experience" on different races....
I wasn't referring to 'wealthy' people when I made that comment, just people who are 'not poor'.
Then again, I wouldn't regard myself as wealthy but i've never lived in a ghetto, but I have experienced poverty to some degree in different parts of the world.
People with money at least have the means to experience more diverse situations - of course it doesn't mean they are all going to take that opportunity.
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