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#52 - paper due tommorow browsing an image board s…  [+] (4 new replies) 08/05/2016 on Story +28
#69 - aizeinstein (08/05/2016) [-]
**aizeinstein used "*roll picture*"**
**aizeinstein rolled image** Jews did this.
#114 - youraveragenormie (08/05/2016) [-]
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**youraveragenormie rolled image**great roll
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#58 - deroderpderp (08/05/2016) [-]
The crusades arent exactly a pleasant topic to read about.
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#291 - mrwalkerfour (08/06/2016) [-]
>not being physically aroused whilst reading about glorious crusaders removing the kebab
#51 - except germany is literally letting them rape germany right no…  [+] (2 new replies) 08/05/2016 on Germany +11
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#54 - xgrandmoffx (08/05/2016) [-]
Give it time.
#68 - anon (08/05/2016) [-]
Soon, the Reich will rise again. Heil kaiser.
#44 - >reminding me he's dead 08/05/2016 on Robin Williams +12
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#9 - i said status, and wealth is a big part of status. i…  [+] (1 new reply) 08/04/2016 on Koreans +10
#26 - anon (08/04/2016) [-]
Am asian, can confirm- in status, wealth will take some precedence over education, and this is 100% because stability (living comfortably) is key in asian culture. Wealth/education are usually looked at as interlinked indicators for a stable future for an entire family. If you're well educated and have the qualifications for a job considered "elite" like a doctor, lawyer, etc but you're dirt poor, that's going to raise questions like "why is he poor when his degree is for a job that brings wealth" which is going to cause people to speculate that your performance isn't/wasn't good, and also the legitimacy of your qualifications. On the other hand, having no education but lots of money would still provide stability and be good to marry into, so long as the guy isn't a total shifty asshole (and even then, for some people that would be okay). However, if you went to Yale and make a stable but lesser income as a doctor than a filthy rich second gen heir who got their job off daddy and is incompetent in the workplace, the former will definitely be the more attractive choice. Unless you're talking to someone who's truly money-hungry, but that's more of a personal thing and less of a cultural thing.
#7 - their culture holds status high. so they judge people based on…  [+] (7 new replies) 08/04/2016 on Koreans +36
#44 - anon (08/05/2016) [-]
"its a shitty way of judging people but thats just how they are."

But that's literally what you're doing to Asians right now... you're generalizing them.
#39 - anon (08/05/2016) [-]
Not sure about the rich or poor thing. It might be a recent thing, but Koreans and Japanese really don't care much about wealth, exceptions for the ones that are already wealthy , as long as you work hard and are respectful and light skinned , you're accepted, also being wealthy is a bonus.
#42 - anon (08/05/2016) [-]
Or it might just be me, I was born to a family that didn't have much. Many asians are also born without much, so marrying a wealthy person isnt a must. it's rather humble, as long as the person is smart, respectful and traditional, it's okay. But, they are still racist af.
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#20 - hapasan (08/04/2016) [-]
I can't speak for other Asian families, but my Japanese Grandfather (Who was also a carpenter BTW), liked my White father dating his daughter because he said "He was a good person with good values, and a hard worker." My dad had a blue-collar job at the time, but was mostly poor, so I can't say money factors in. In fact, my uncle had a white girlfriend, but they disapproved even though she came from a family of moderate wealth. Their reason was that she was lazy and skill-less.

However, I do think you are right, depending on the wealth of the Asian family. I think wealth and status are important to them if they themselves have wealth and status. Actually, that's not unlike other races. My Grandfather and his family where dirt poor when they were younger, so I can see why hard-working values were more important to them.

Did her father just not like your occupation? (something along the lines of "Can you support my daughter as a muscian" kind of thing)
#8 - legendarysnarf (08/04/2016) [-]
i dont think it has anything to do with money, i think its about being educated and being successful. and typically educated people make more money and more successful.
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#9 - mrwalkerfour (08/04/2016) [-]
i said status, and wealth is a big part of status.

if you have a PHD in neuroscience but youre dirt poor trust me theyll look down on you. more so in fact for being a failure despite educational success.

they use wealth as a means to judge you. if youre rich theyll see that as,

"hes rich, probably got a high paying job then, therefore highly educated, therefore good man, respectable"

and if your poor

"hes poor, probably no education, lazy, not able to provide for a family"

you see they judge other attributes such as education and success via wealth
#26 - anon (08/04/2016) [-]
Am asian, can confirm- in status, wealth will take some precedence over education, and this is 100% because stability (living comfortably) is key in asian culture. Wealth/education are usually looked at as interlinked indicators for a stable future for an entire family. If you're well educated and have the qualifications for a job considered "elite" like a doctor, lawyer, etc but you're dirt poor, that's going to raise questions like "why is he poor when his degree is for a job that brings wealth" which is going to cause people to speculate that your performance isn't/wasn't good, and also the legitimacy of your qualifications. On the other hand, having no education but lots of money would still provide stability and be good to marry into, so long as the guy isn't a total shifty asshole (and even then, for some people that would be okay). However, if you went to Yale and make a stable but lesser income as a doctor than a filthy rich second gen heir who got their job off daddy and is incompetent in the workplace, the former will definitely be the more attractive choice. Unless you're talking to someone who's truly money-hungry, but that's more of a personal thing and less of a cultural thing.
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