A phD doesn't denote medicine either. I was just giving two examples.
My point exactly. It's probably just finickiness on my part (having grown up in a medical family), but "doctor" (which is the answer I imagine you're looking for) is a term I usually reserve for physicians.
Funny, I once worked with an MD who told me "if you want to be called doctor, get a REAL doctorate, like in physics."
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There are hardly any black phd people.
@flexin-on-yuu and if they do have a PhD they didn't earn it lemi tell ya
@007kingifrit lmao be mad about it you racist POS
every black professor i ever had was totally unqualified to be there. they get advanced BECAUSE OF their skin color, not merit
@007kingifrit as if white teachers are incompetent. Please go to hell. Thanks.
whites are never hired just for their race so its less common for them to be incompetent ( i assume this is a response to what you said, you didn't write correctly)i know you're a woman but you should try to be less emotional in your posts
@007kingifrit I agree as a black man. White and Asian professors know their shit.
@flexin-on-yuu I've had extremely intelligent professors of all races, blacks included. You announcing that you're black is both irrelevant and quite coonish.
@flexin-on-yuu yea thanks, i wish this cowardly anonymous chick would realize we wouldn't need to bring race up at all if affirmative action didn't exist
@007kingifrit it has nothing to do with emotions. It has to do with the ignorance that you're spewing.
ignorance implies there is a fact i don't know. what is the fact i dont' know?or are you just using the word ignorant incorrectly like an emotional woman
@Anonymous Did you just call my black friend a coon? Oh, and @007kingifrit is correct. You misused the word "ignorant."
Yup. Anyone that has to announce their face to justify some bullshit slander is a coon. But y'all have fun with this debate.