May 18, 2007 at 18:34:07 May 18, 2007 @ 18:34
and what i mean is, which ethnic group has bad tempers. just curious what yall think. from my experiences, its close between mexicans & koreans. koreans having a small edge.
All I do is smoke weed and listen to MF DOOM
where i live it's black people. they're loud and obnoxious around my neck of the woods. And scream out rascismmmmmmmmmmm. rascisssssssssssm.
Well don't be so quick to assume things since you've only been here since January, and Thousand Oaks, CA has alot of black people. Have you ever been there, kid? Dummy.?)
Originally posted by Inactive UserRace Population Percent
One race 113702 97.18%
White 99563 85.09%
Black or African American 1241 1.06%
American Indian and Alaska Native 627 0.54%
Asian 6873 5.87%
Asian indian 975 0.83%
Chinese 2466 2.11%
Filipino 806 0.69%
Japanese 916 0.78%
Korean 786 0.67%
Vietnamese 395 0.34%
Other Asian 529 0.45%
Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander 124 0.11%
Native Hawaiian 44 0.04%
Guamanian or Chamorro 26 0.02%
Samoan 17 0.01%
Other Pacific Islander 37 0.03%
Some other race 5274 4.51%
Two or more races 3303 2.82%
I usually don't reply to such bafoons, but Thousands Oaks having alot of Black people, I'll take your word.
So 1% is alot huh? Good job cockspank
Show me the copyright date on your facts queer. Because that information is definitely flawed. I was over there last summer, and for a fact, there are more than 1% black people.
See also Race.
In an introduction to a more detailed population profile (see references below), the Census Bureau highlighted the following facts about U.S population dynamics:
75.1% of respondents said they were White or Caucasian and no other race;
21.36% (60 Million Americans) are of German descent; German-Americans
12.3% are of Black or African-American descent;
Hispanics - who may belong to any race - accounted for 12.5% of the U.S. population, up from 9% in 1990;
3.6% of respondents are Asian;
2.4% of respondents are multiracial (2 or more races). The 2000 Census was the first time survey options for multiracial Americans were provided.
Between 1990 and 2000, the population aged 45 to 54 grew by 49% and those aged 85 and older grew 38%;
Women outnumber men two to one amongst those aged 85 and older;
Almost one in five adults had some type of disability in 1997 and the likelihood of having a disability increased with age;
Families (as opposed to men or women living alone) still dominate American households, but less so than they did thirty years ago;
Since 1993, both families and nonfamilies have seen median household incomes rise, with "households headed by a woman without a spouse present" growing the fastest;
People in married-couple families have the lowest poverty rates;
The poor of any age are more likely than others to lack health insurance coverage;
The number of elementary and high school students in 2000 fell just short of the all-time high of 49 million reached in 1970;
Improvements in educational attainment cross racial and ethnic lines; and
The majority (52%) of U.S. households have access to computers; 41% have Internet access.
 Changes in population
Shame on your incompetent brain power for believing that everything posted online is true. I highly doubt that there are (did you mean "our" ?) only these few Hispanics roaming are neighborhoods, now am I right idiot?
Originally posted by Inactive UserHispanics continue to be the largest minority group at 42.7 million. With a 3.3 percent increase in population from July 1, 2004, to July 1, 2005, they are the fastest-growing group.
Originally posted by Inactive UserRACE AND ETHNICITY FOR HOUSEHOLDS
Number (For Thousand Oaks) Number (For California as a whole) Number (For US as a whole)
White alone 101,881 21,491,336 215,333,394
Black or African American alone 2,203 2,163,530 34,962,569
American Indian and Alaska Native alone 144 253,774 2,357,544
Asian alone 10,606 4,365,548 12,471,815
Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone 1,524 124,511 397,030
Some other race alone 8,321 5,784,073 17,298,601
Two or more races: 3,216 1,095,996 5,557,184
Hispanic or Latino 17,898 12,523,379 41,870,703
Like I would take the time to invent all those numbers. Lets take this debate/flame to the debate forum. Your dumbass is clogging it up.
Sorry, I don't try to emulate. Emulate means, copy, to follow. Just letting you know so you won't have to waste the time to look it up online with google because your peanut sized brain can't handle words past "I."
Night, Night? Haha. You baffle me wigs.