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  1. Could the reason that ‘redneck’ is more acceptable than the n-word (to take two examples) be that a ‘redneck’ will only be used to refer to someone who maybe has done something to deserve the label, whereas ‘people of colour’ (barring Michael Jackson) do not choose to be ‘of colour’.

    Essentially, ‘redneck’ is based on behaviour (which people can change) whereas the n-word is based on someone’s colour (which (most) people are unable to choose).

    I apologise if I’ve said anything insulting, it is not intended.

  2. I am ethnically half Irish and half Japanese, living in Hawaii, where it is typical to have ethnic combinations like this. On a recent trip to Rhode Island someone referred to me as “half regular/half japanese”….I thought that was funny and very telling. At least they didn’t say “half normal”!

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