It's to the point now when a white person cannot even dare to utter the word "black", regardless of context, for fear of being accused of racism...
Dallas County commissioners were discussing problems with the central collections office that is used to process traffic ticket payments and handle other paperwork normally done by the JP Courts.
Commissioner Kenneth Mayfield, who is white, said it seemed that central collections "has become a black hole" because paperwork reportedly has become lost in the office.
Commissioner John Wiley Price, who is black, interrupted him with a loud "Excuse me!" He then corrected his colleague, saying the office has become a "white hole."
That prompted Judge Thomas Jones, who is black, to demand an apology from Mayfield for his racially insensitive analogy.
So not only is John Wiley Price an hysterical, hyper-sensitive moron, but Judge Jones is equally retarded.
Let's look at some other common phrases that must be striken from the lexicon since they invoke visions of water cannons, cross burnings, and white sheets, when overheard by race-sensitive blacks:
-"black chocolat", "brown chocolat", "milk chocolat" all have obvious racial overtones and should not be used in public discourse
-"in the black", though complimentary in accounting terms, should be avoided, as county commissioners are rarely smart enough to have passed accounting101, and besides, their operations are almost always "in the red". Sorry, you can't use "in the red" either, it's offensive to Native Americans.
-"on the black market" should not be used, even by law enforcement, lest blacks think you are referring to a market where blacks should shop, as opposed to the "white's-only" market.
Seriously, can these two imbeciles really not know what every 8 year old in the world knows?
To uneducated, black race-baiters, the entire universe is racist....literally. And I guess this makes references to "White Dwarfs" insensitive to both blacks and little people.