Personally I don't care if you believe me or not. As it is when "You're lying" is the first rebuttal in a debate it's a good indicator of bias. Riverbend Cafe. I was a regular at the bar after golf. About three years back. Monopoly Guy was 5 foot nothing, bushy upturned pointed white moustache and had a navy sports coat on. Guy was a barfly. Came in every evening for his nightly after dinner drink he said. I was with my buddy Jess, a one eyed legal immigrant from El Salvadore. I'm a very engaging type of person IRL. Never knew any Blacks growing up. Worked with a couple of execs as clients and in the BSA. I drove into the hood as a clueless teen to get some cycle parts from a Black guy who I mechaniced and raced with for a few years but we never met socially. We had a Black brother and sister in our HS. 2500 in the school. 30% Italian. Did you know people from Sicily were not legally considered white in the US until 1920? l worked, ate with and played with a crew of illegal immigrants from 2010 - 2018. Saw much white on brown racism there. Nope, never met any Black racists but I'm sure they exist. I see White ones every day. Semantics seem very important to you. What, in your opinion, is the difference or connection between racism and implicit bias?