cheronda45@g…, Home Buyer in Chicago, IL

What is the race ratio.?

Asked by cheronda45@gmailcom, Chicago, IL Mon May 6, 2013

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100% humans, 50% dogs, 50% cats, 40% sparrows, 20% rats, 10% police, 10% bankers, 20% women under 20, 40% women over 30, 50% married men, 12.5% Burger King lovers, 46% Wendys lovers..83% beer drinkers
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Great Answer!!!
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fair housing fair housing fair housing
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100% Human Race.

Their is actually one race "The Human Race"

In 2013 that is all that should matter!

Kawain Payne, Realtor
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I finished the Arboretium 10K in less than one hour! Is that the race you're talking about?
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Is this a real question? Seriously, this is forum for real discussions. Please refrain from questions that are inappropriate.
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We cant comment on things like this at all. It is illegal to do so.
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Mostly human people with some dogs and pets
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Human race...probably a bunch of dogs, cats...
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed May 8, 2013
It is against the fair housing act for real estate agents to comment about race, religion, sexual orientation, age. Thank you Kawain for your response!
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed May 8, 2013
I believe Cheronda is asking if the area in question is a culturally-friendly neighborhood.
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What is the Arboretium race 10 k ?
Those are a lot miles to run ...Hilary
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:)
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Perpetuating all the problems; are we?
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you can look it up on http://www.city-data.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue May 7, 2013
Deer Race Ratio,

Your question is skating the line very close to what we call Redlining. Essentially ethically we cannot answer the question. Bill has provided you an excellent link for you to do your own research.
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