They all look the same to me!
9-Month-Olds Show Racial Bias When Looking at Faces
By Wynne Parry, LiveScience Senior Writer | LiveScience.com
"Adults have more difficulty recognizing faces that belong to people of another race, and this deficit appears to start early.
New research indicates that by the time they are 9 months old, babies are better able to recognize faces and emotional expressions of people who belong to the group they interact with most, than they are those of people who belong to another race.
Babies don't start out this way; younger infants appear equally able to tell people apart, regardless of race."
Several years ago I ran the OfficeMax on STT and you would not believe some of the things people said to me, you just had to be able to laugh about it. Otherwise, you'd go insane.