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In our present culture we and when I say we I am referring to the majority of society think we know about a persons background after a couple of simple facts and what we dont know we automatically assume based upon stereotypes and limited interaction with few people who share the same traits In reality were nothing more than charlatans The constant desire to know anything and everything about another person in todays society is absolutely perplexing If a person is of a different race ethnic background social class and so on we immediately form an idea of what their customs rituals folkways mores standard of living or religious beliefs It happens in all different areas of American lifealmost as if its unavoidable In politics have you ever noticed how we are so eager to slap a label based on a few of a candidates views Thats rightRepublican Democrat Libertarian Independent etc When it comes to election time some people dont even take into account what a person says they will do while in office rather they just vote for the party they feel they are a part of Its like the political label is an easy-way-out decision so the voter doesnt have to actually take time to analyze other politicians thoughts and viewsno no that would be too strenuous Thats where I think the idea of an assumptive world came from in the first placeoutright laziness It seems that no one wants to take the time to get to know someone else better nowadays We seem to catch a few quick facts and them form the rest of the opinion ourselves it may seem repetitive but Im simply showing consistency in more specified fields so its not like Im just pulling a general statement from my ass We are lazy stubborn and ignorant to reality because in todays world we think everyone is the same that there are no exceptions to
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