Sigh, real good advice for most conversations. However, it's a slap in the face, of those you insulted(and no I'm white and I'm usually the blunt wench that inadvertently insults people) when you make statements like pour a 40 to your homies. I showed the link of why it was a bullshit statement. It is not the audience fault for taking it the wrong way, it is your fault for being insensitive.
Making it the audience fault is manipulation. It shows lack of care. Granted everyone does it, I know I have. However a month or two after the apology, and a sincere apology was issued, we are back to, no really it's not me, it's you. Does not bring good feelings. It makes me narrow my eyes and frankly loose trust.