I know this doesn't belong on the Religion Forum but I figured if others can do it what the heck. Bill's finding of discrimination in every little act people do prompts me to ask what, in your opinion, is true discrimination?
The girl in the video was "ranting" against asians. Can you do that and it still not be discrimination? I rant against things/people all the time.
One example, if you get a group of teenage girls/boys together they get what I call "goofy" and "silly". The silly talk, the things they do, I rant against. If you can really call it ranting. Mostly it's just the "sheesh kids" expression. Is that discrimination against teens?
How about all the jokes about old people and the things they do? If we sigh and say "old people", is that discrimination?
We have a male friend that is straight, but he loves to cook, decorate, tell me how to dress, to the point we tease him and tell him he should have been gay. Is that discrimination?
So what IS true discrimination?