When I was living in a predominately black neighborhood it wasn't uncommon to hear 'the white guy' because it pretty much narrowed down who you were talking about and nobody took offense, black or white.
When I was in an almost all white neighborhood, people would say 'the black kid' when talking about the few classmates that were black for the same reasons. I know I don't speak for all of us, but I'm black and I didn't take offense to it.
I don't see anything wrong with pointing out race as long as your not trying to use it as a way to demean or discriminate.
And this has already been said.
Actually, I would and do think so.
well then you would treat the situation waaay differently than the general population
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It's racist both ways.
you wouldn't think so with the way everyone treats those situations