Boy, it's all the rage lately, isn't it? Schools have got to figure out a way to root out white privilege, like using "white talk": "‘white talk’ is ‘verbal,’ ‘intellectual’ and ‘task-oriented,’ while ‘color commentary’ is ‘emotional’ and ‘personal.’" Hey, that reminds me of man-talk. Let's root that out, too. I've noticed that people who are ‘verbal,’ ‘intellectual’ and ‘task-oriented’ tend to be more successful, which also seems unfair. What about people who are inarticulate, muddle-headed, and prone to distraction from whatever they're being paid for? Don't they deserve a living wage, too? Who are we to judge?