"there is no white or black magick there is just magick and you can use that for god or bad so there really isnt two differnt types of magick"
True, but these different uses have their own associated skills, deities, and powers and more than once I've had to turn down students of black magick because they were asking me things that, as a white magician, I knew nothing about.
So even if magick itself is "all one color" as we on this forum like to parrot, the division of black and white magick as a set of skills and studies is very real. Even if knives are all neutral, chopping a carrot and stabbing a wild boar to death are two very different activities and being good at one doesn't mean much of anything about how you would be with the other. Two seemingly unrelated practices using the same thing.
We do still very much have some confusion about which definition of white or black magick a person is using, but could we please stop pretending those definitions don't even exist?
I personally suggest giving a quick look to the Magick Without Tears letter/chapter which addressed black magick before deciding to pursue black magick.