-Like, I have a daughter,and now that I'm older
I think everything,sir, is racious.
Everything somebodysay to me is racist.
That's me, in my mind.
I'm at the airport,you know, they
had the little breakfastin the morning.
The lady said, hey, you get twofruits with your breakfast--
what would you like?
I said, grapes.
And then she said, watermelon?
I said, no-- even thoughI did want watermelon.
It has same properties asViagra, that's why we like it.
So, in my neighborhood,I'm at this swim meet
because my daughterswims-- you know,
it's not a popular black sport--and, and I'm sitting there
and I heard these twolittle white girls
talking about my daughter.
And I knew they was talkingabout her because she's
the only black personon the swim team.
They walk in like, oh, my God!
We're going to lose this meet.
She say, why?
There go the black seal!
I was like, what?
Don't call my babyno black seal!
My neighbor Timwas like, no, that
means that she's really fast.
So I'm at the meet going,rooting, go black seal!
Go black seal!
Then it caught me up.
So now I've been watchingthis little white girl
named Sarah Brown.
Sarah Brown, I knowshe's going to meet
my daughter in the champs meet.
I know it-- I can feel it!
My little babythen got arrogant.
She done got arrogant.
She won a couple ofmeets and she don't even
carry her swim bagin no more, I'm
like her personal assistant.
I come in with all her stuff.
And I heard her saysomething to Sarah Brown.
She walked past Sarahand said, hey, Sarah.
I know we gonna race.
By the time the race over,I'll be out the pool, dry!
I say, oh snap!
I'm carrying her stuff.
I don't really believe my baby,but I'm, I'm rolling with it.
I say, yeah, Sarah,you heard her!
I didn't believe it, though,I didn't, I didn't believe it.
So the race happens.
My daughter loses the race.
She comes up to me crying.
[sniffling] Dad,I lost the race!
I say, hey, it's like thatsometimes, black seal!
You was up againsta great white!