OK, I'm thinking about downloading it simply because it's a cool logo they've got going and I dig dark themes.
But I started this thread to ask you all if you thought society had come to a point where racial segregation has become a good thing. Do we want a culture based on the color of skin? What does it mean when Eminem has concert specials on the Black Entertainment Television channel? Why is racism OK when it's this browser, or a cable network, or a National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, but not if the racism supports a white group?
When I ask about when it's Irish-American History Month, a friend at work always points out to me that we've had that every month since this country was founded. He says that every day is a white man's day, but that minorities only get a single month out of the year. He's only half joking when he says that. And his point is made, loud and clear. But haven't we gotten past that? Aren't we ready to move on? Doesn't further racial segregation and baiting only serve to divide us and keep fueling racial prejudice?