Is there any English word that means "uncle or aunt"? The reason why I ask is because I was interested in the artificial language Esperanto a while back. And their word is geonklo I think.
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Okay, I can't express myself as well as some people. And I certainly am not the type of person who would use a racial slur.When an African American finds religion, it can make them more open-minded, too.That's pushing the boundaries of our policy on racial slur.
The implication is that that ethnic group is somehow not open minded until they find religion.
Was that what you meant, or did you just not think?
It's also implausible anyway.
A person would need to be open minded enough to consider religion in order to "find" it.
So it's not possible that religion makes them open minded.
On the other hand, religion frequently makes people closed minded.
Have a look on any flat earther page to find plenty of evidence.
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