A few days ago, I posted about Florida refusing to buy certain math textbooks because they contained CRT and SEL propaganda, and the state is trying to keep political topics out of elementary school. No groomers allowed, to put it bluntly.

Now the state has finally given some examples and reasons for why they rejected some textbooks. Take a look:

It’s subtle, but they are grooming the kids in their care, so that they grow up to be good little communists.

Grooming kids to become little communists. That is why these books were rejected. I took the Implicit Association Test, and it is garbage. It asks questions like “Are those that you are sexually attracted to mostly of a similar skin tone?” and “Do you think that certain skin tones have an advantage over others in making money?”

Garbage. This isn’t math, and it isn’t science. It’s propaganda.


Steve S · April 22, 2022 at 5:09 pm

That’s an unfair allegation. Garbage came from something useful.

TempestMark2 · April 22, 2022 at 6:55 pm

I knew that if the local govts tried to make CRT illegal that the communists would just do an end run and not refer to CRT as that by name. They would just implement the course under the table.

D · April 23, 2022 at 11:50 am

“Are those that you are sexually attracted to mostly of a similar skin tone?”

Yes. Now look at the numbers.
I live in a small community between two neighboring towns. The total population within 10 miles of me is somewhere around ~8,000 people.

I work from home, and rarely go out. If I do, it’s to the hardware store to pick up stuff for random house projects.

Other than my family, I *maybe* see 150 people per month. When I say “see”, I mean I can see them from a reasonable distance and they remain in my visual area for more than a split second which gives me the time to evaluate their attractiveness. i.e. not someone driving past me at 55 MPH while I’m doing 55 in the other direction and I see them for a fraction of a second.

Out of those 150 people…less than 50% are women. The hardware store doesn’t attract a lot of women. It’s an old business that’s been around for 50 years run by a family. It’s not as cheap as the box stores. But it *is* 3 minutes from my house whereas the box stores are a 30-45 minute drive.

But let’s just say 50%. That’s 75 women per month.

Some of those women are much, much older than I am. Grandma going to the hardware store to buy humming bird feeders for example.

Some of those women are much, much younger than I am. Grandma brought her granddaughter when she bought humming bird feeders.

So let’s assign a rough age range. I’m typically attracted to people who are +/- ~8 years from my age. Too much older and we don’t have much in common. Too much younger…and we also don’t have much in common.

Based on that, I would roughly estimate that I come into contact with somewhere around 20 women who are in my age range who I would potentially be attracted to.

I don’t know about you, but I have *never* walked into a room with 20 women and found *every* *single* *one* to be attractive. A few might be attractive, a few might be pretty, a few might be “plane jane”, and…well….usually the majority are unattractive or down-right ugly.

For every person who is slim, trim, healthy, and fit, there are probably hundreds of people who are seriously overweight, unhealthy, don’t exercise, are lazy, etc…

So I maybe see “a few” attractive women. In my area, the demographic is 82% of people are “white”.

So…what are the chances that the “few” attractive women I run into would also happen to be “not white”? I mean…while the statistics say 82% of people in my county are white, I can tell you I only run into a small handful of non-white women every month. They work at the hardware store or the local grocery store or the local gas station.

I can count the number on two hands with room left over.
Every single one of them are unhealthy, overweight, and unattractive…which matches with the fact that the majority of white women I run into are also unhealthy, overweight, and unattractive.

It has nothing to do with racism, and everything to do with statistics.

I quite literally have run into one black woman in my life who I found to be very attractive. It was back when I was in my late 20s. She was a doctor, slim, trim, fit, healthy, and had the most beautiful smile I’d ever seen. …of course at that time, I was married and had my 3rd or 4th child on the way. If I hadn’t been, I would have definitely asked her out for coffee or lunch and then been rejected or spent the next 20 years of my life arguing over kids, parenting, finances, her drinking problem and weight gain, me being a workaholic, and uselessness around the house…and eventually growing to hate each other…but that’s not exclusive to any skin color.

So I guess I’d fail the test and be considered “racist” or “privileged” or something?

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