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Prejudice comes in many forms

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Submitted by Joe Six-Pack (United States), Mar 19, 2010 at 13:33

I am a Chicago Bears fan. So this makes me prejudiced towards that football team over all of the others.

I have seen grown men fight over the stupid idea of one team being better than another. This same concept applies in many, many other situations. Even if one is not interested in football, it is certain that other issues that a person is interested in are impacted by this same trait. It is human nature.

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