Okay. I've always seen you as one of about 5 at your site who actually has something resembling brains and moral fiber. Put your money where you mouth is: take down the picture and change the title of the thread from "primitive boy" to "Mr. Dorkio." You do that, and I'll edit my posts to remove my comments about you and replace them with a full apology.
I don't care what you do or what you believe about me or anyone here. I'm more intelligent than you could ever hope to be if you live 10,000 lifetimes and retained what you learned from lifetime to lifetime, and I know it.
Wake up, Liberal Guy. He's making up things out of whole cloth based upon what he perceived happened. No word from the older man, nothing. Just a look in his eyes.
If this happened at all, my guess is the older man never even knew what happened. Never knew he opened the door while a biker was going by, never knew the bike pedal hit the door, never knew someone had spoken to him, etc... He was focused on parking, getting his paper, and moving on to wherever he was headed next. Older people tend to get that way and not notice things or hear things as well as they get -- you know - - older. That Lamond didn't even acknowledge that as a possibility tells me all I need to know. His conclusion was "white guy scared of black guy." That's the only place he went with the whole story.
Yeah, but whatever you want to believe.