Cyborg with a Tiara
- Feb 1, 2001
- Basic Beliefs
^^ This past behavior, along with her Soho incident tells me she's just a "bad seed". Which is why I tend get pretty annoyed when the race card comes out before we really know who she really is.
Wouldn’t a “bad seed” (I assume you mean a pugnacious person with entitlement issues) be quite likely to use prejudices, including racial prejudices in selecting victims? They would have a well developed sense of who they can get away with bullying and who they can’t.
”She wouldn’t even look your way if she thought you weren’t important or if you didn’t have money,” said the ex-student, Vannessa Stoerchle, now of Phoenix.
The former classmate seems to relay that SOHO Miya knew perfectly who would be the victim least likely to be supported by bystanders. Racism plugs squarely into that.
I would posit that “bad seeds” are MOST likely to use racism, ableism, homophobia as metrics to decide on victims.