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Don't you mean teeth in cheek....lol that's really mean of me. Anyways, sometimes I don't know if you are kidding or making "analog[ies] of tongue and cheek" nature. I responded accordingly. I can't speak for Sam but I will say that I never avoid anything. I know some Africans can be savage and bestial toward one another. But you often have to consider the environmental context before you make sweeping generalizations. In Liberia, I believe since 1980, has had to endure some sort of civil strife which has torn the country to shreds. It is also a rather poor country. These things, among other factors, will lead ANYONE to commit unspeakable acts of violence and evil. Now I know you may want to think it's science but it's not. As I've always said, environment, and in a smaller way, genetics, affect a person greatly.
It has nothing to do with race, genetics, wealth or anything for that matter. It has to do with right and wrong and being able to distinguish the one from the other....It is not rocket science.