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  • Micah
    Sorry, but not her. I m a dude. :) Cheers! Richard Spandau wrote: Micah..... that s an unusual name. I met a lady by that name in an
    Message 1 of 9 , Jul 5, 2007
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      Sorry, but not her.  I'm a dude. :)
       
      Cheers!

      Richard Spandau <fc15027603@...> wrote:
      Micah..... that's an unusual name.
      I met a lady by that name in an AOL chatroom.
      ... I think it was. Possibly?

      "micahusa" <micahusa@.. .> wrote:

      Hello,

      My name is Micah, I've been a member for a
      while, but am just now introducing myself.

      I am from South Florida, but
      currently living in Atlanta.

      My lineage is African, British,
      Creole, Polynesian, East Indian,
      Native American, Asian and Spanish.

      I am glad that this group is out there
      to support our "Generation- Mixed",
      also to educated others about us.

      I feel that it gets hectic and frustrating
      at times just "educating" others alone,
      because I have experienced some
      frustrating situations regarding race.

      For instance, I've had people blantantly
      blurt out racial remarks about certain groups
      without knowing that I was apart of them.
      I've had people tell me I wasn't black enough,
      say that I thought I was better than them,
      tell me how lucky I was and once this guy
      told me to go back to Puerto Rico, lol.

      Don't get me started on the "One-Drop
      Rule" -- which is complete rubbish.

      It just seems like when you've educated one,
      then five more "uneducated" people show up, lol.
      Just makes me laugh and think ... here we go again.

      I'm just happy that this group is here
      so that we could share our experiences and
      support each other in our possible struggles.

      Being Multi-racial has been a gift
      to me, because it's opened my eyes to
      many different cultures, traditions, etc.
      Therefore I am open minded when it comes to life.
      That I am thankful for.

      Thanks all! Have a good one.

      Mic


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      Yahoo! Small Business gives you all the tools to get online.

    • Richard Spandau
      Well... I never met her in person, sooo........ lol. just teasin! Micah wrote: Sorry, but not her. I m a dude. :) Cheers! Richard Spandau
      Message 2 of 9 , Jul 6, 2007
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        Well... I never met her in person,
        sooo........ lol. just teasin!



        Micah <micahusa@...> wrote:



        Sorry, but not her. I'm a dude. :)

        Cheers!



        Richard Spandau <fc15027603@...> wrote:


        Micah..... that's an unusual name.
        I met a lady by that name in an AOL chatroom.
        ... I think it was. Possibly?


        "micahusa" <micahusa@> wrote:


        Hello,

        My name is Micah, I've been a member for a
        while, but am just now introducing myself.

        I am from South Florida, but
        currently living in Atlanta.

        My lineage is African, British,
        Creole, Polynesian, East Indian,
        Native American, Asian and Spanish.

        I am glad that this group is out there
        to support our "Generation-Mixed",
        also to educated others about us.

        I feel that it gets hectic and frustrating
        at times just "educating" others alone,
        because I have experienced some
        frustrating situations regarding race.

        For instance, I've had people blantantly
        blurt out racial remarks about certain groups
        without knowing that I was apart of them.
        I've had people tell me I wasn't black enough,
        say that I thought I was better than them,
        tell me how lucky I was and once this guy
        told me to go back to Puerto Rico, lol.

        Don't get me started on the "One-Drop
        Rule" -- which is complete rubbish.

        It just seems like when you've educated one,
        then five more "uneducated" people show up, lol.
        Just makes me laugh and think ... here we go again.

        I'm just happy that this group is here
        so that we could share our experiences and
        support each other in our possible struggles.

        Being Multi-racial has been a gift
        to me, because it's opened my eyes to
        many different cultures, traditions, etc.
        Therefore I am open minded when it comes to life.
        That I am thankful for.

        Thanks all! Have a good one.

        Mic
      • Micah
        Yep...It s all good bro.lol Richard Spandau wrote: Well... I never met her in person, sooo........ lol. just teasin! Micah
        Message 3 of 9 , Jul 6, 2007
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          Yep...It's all good bro.lol

          Richard Spandau <fc15027603@...> wrote:
          Well... I never met her in person,
          sooo........ lol. just teasin!

          Micah <micahusa@.. .> wrote:

          Sorry, but not her. I'm a dude. :)

          Cheers!


          Richard Spandau <fc15027603@ ...> wrote:

          Micah..... that's an unusual name.
          I met a lady by that name in an AOL chatroom.
          ... I think it was. Possibly?

          "micahusa" <micahusa@> wrote:

          Hello,

          My name is Micah, I've been a member for a
          while, but am just now introducing myself.

          I am from South Florida, but
          currently living in Atlanta.

          My lineage is African, British,
          Creole, Polynesian, East Indian,
          Native American, Asian and Spanish.

          I am glad that this group is out there
          to support our "Generation- Mixed",
          also to educated others about us.

          I feel that it gets hectic and frustrating
          at times just "educating" others alone,
          because I have experienced some
          frustrating situations regarding race.

          For instance, I've had people blantantly
          blurt out racial remarks about certain groups
          without knowing that I was apart of them.
          I've had people tell me I wasn't black enough,
          say that I thought I was better than them,
          tell me how lucky I was and once this guy
          told me to go back to Puerto Rico, lol.

          Don't get me started on the "One-Drop
          Rule" -- which is complete rubbish.

          It just seems like when you've educated one,
          then five more "uneducated" people show up, lol.
          Just makes me laugh and think ... here we go again.

          I'm just happy that this group is here
          so that we could share our experiences and
          support each other in our possible struggles.

          Being Multi-racial has been a gift
          to me, because it's opened my eyes to
          many different cultures, traditions, etc.
          Therefore I am open minded when it comes to life.
          That I am thankful for.

          Thanks all! Have a good one.

          Mic


          Building a website is a piece of cake.
          Yahoo! Small Business gives you all the tools to get online.

        • k h
          Hey, I work with two guys called Micah. Well one of them is home on leave right now. I had never heard the name Micah before I d met them. Also, isn t the
          Message 4 of 9 , Jul 8, 2007
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            Hey,
            I work with two guys called Micah.
            Well one of them is home on leave right now.
            I had never heard the name Micah before I'd met them.

            Also, isn't the little half-Black kid on the tv show called Micah?


            It is a pretty cool name.

            Micah <micahusa@...> wrote:


            Yep...It's all good bro.lol

            Richard Spandau <fc15027603@yahoo. com> wrote:

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            Well... I never met her in person,
            sooo........ lol. just teasin!


            Micah <micahusa@.. .> wrote:


            Sorry, but not her. I'm a dude. :)

            Cheers!


            Richard Spandau <fc15027603@ ...> wrote:

            Micah..... that's an unusual name.
            I met a lady by that name in an AOL chatroom.
            ... I think it was. Possibly?

            "micahusa" <micahusa@> wrote:

            Hello,

            My name is Micah, I've been a member for a
            while, but am just now introducing myself.

            I am from South Florida, but
            currently living in Atlanta.

            My lineage is African, British,
            Creole, Polynesian, East Indian,
            Native American, Asian and Spanish.

            I am glad that this group is out there
            to support our "Generation- Mixed",
            also to educated others about us.

            I feel that it gets hectic and frustrating
            at times just "educating" others alone,
            because I have experienced some
            frustrating situations regarding race.

            For instance, I've had people blantantly
            blurt out racial remarks about certain groups
            without knowing that I was apart of them.
            I've had people tell me I wasn't black enough,
            say that I thought I was better than them,
            tell me how lucky I was and once this guy
            told me to go back to Puerto Rico, lol.

            Don't get me started on the "One-Drop
            Rule" -- which is complete rubbish.

            It just seems like when you've educated one,
            then five more "uneducated" people show up, lol.
            Just makes me laugh and think ... here we go again.

            I'm just happy that this group is here
            so that we could share our experiences and
            support each other in our possible struggles.

            Being Multi-racial has been a gift
            to me, because it's opened my eyes to
            many different cultures, traditions, etc.
            Therefore I am open minded when it comes to life.
            That I am thankful for.

            Thanks all! Have a good one.

            Mic
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