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Most such definitions are nebulous and place-dependant. They also depend on who's doing the defining. But generally, if you have an English first names such as Mike, John, Dave, Bill speak English as your first language ( and do not speak any other), don't seriously belong to any ethnic associations and look like this:
You are an Anglo. And most people in America, CN, Oz, NZ fit that bill. It has to do with your culture, true, but also, what you look like plays a big role. There are people on periphery, true but not the majority.
Like here in OH most people are of German descent but they:
1) Don't speak German or have a German accent in English ( which is their first and family language)
2) Have never been to Germany and don't hold German citizenship
3) Don't have German names and do not identify with the German culture in any way.
4) Are not identified as German-Americans by anybody and don't identify themselves as such.
They look like this:
The Amish, otoh would not be Anglos by any definition.
A brain is a terrible thing to wash!
Socially XOR Financially ...
If those are my only two choices, I'll take the being "Paulie" (or AMG) option, over getting the hug.
не поглеждай назад.
"Even an American judge is unlikely to award child support for imputed children." - FredOnEverything