How can you tell a person's skin color over the phone? Does a white voice sound differently than a black voice?
Just me wrote:
If you think about it hard enough Rogue, you will figure out the answer to your question.
So tell me this, if you are a politician and one of your staffers advises you that the President is calling, are you going to ask whether it's the black president or the white president? My guess is no because you already know that the President is black.Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
How can you tell a person's skin color over the phone? Does a white voice sound differently than a black voice?<quoted text>
I was at a truck stop in Wytheville, VA and I heard to hill billies behind me when I turned around they were black folk. Mountain black folk? I could not tell the difference between the way they talked than any other person who cam out of the mountains.
You accent has nothing to do with the color of your skin. Just about every black newscaster on national TV has a neutral accent.
Darn Rogue, I was really hoping you'd figure this out on your own.