MeSoLitigious wrote:OP, I'm sorry you had a hard time. I think you should consider canceling your score IF you believe you did that poorly.
Since it seems you are new to the country, I'll explain something to you that can make your stay here happier. When you are describing a person or a group of people, the only time you should characterize them by their race/religion/ethnicity/national origin is when that info is RELEVANT to the topic of conversation. Otherwise, in America, all people are just people, in theory anyway. It's the basis of our nation actually. So when you repeatedly described the troublemakers as JEWS, it gives the impression that their religion was relevant to the discussion as you see it. Otherwise, you would have said that "students" "teenagers" or "punks" "obnoxious kids" "idiots" or "jerks" rushed in and out of the room. Can you understand this? This is why people got offended by your post. If you don't want to offend people and look like a racist, then try seeing and talking about people as just people, with no mention of race/religion/ethnicity etc.
I looked up my original post, I use 'Jewish student' twice and I think it's relative, since it's a Jewish school and they are Jewish,simply just a description. As I stressed again and again here, I am not here against Jewish (I dated a few in fact). When I went to graduate school here, my American professor always called me "China" , but I never felt it is offensive.For those person who are too sensitive about some words, what can I say,he probably should get a new hobby.
I see some one here playing the racial card, the reason I am trying to ignorant him is, as people in my country always say:
Don't argue with a dick, if you lose, people will say you are worse than a dick; if you win, does "you're better than a dick" sound like a compliment?