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Government Down. America is without government. Belgium is unimpressed because he went without a government for 535 days.. Just leave him. Do gnu want anything

America is without government. Belgium is unimpressed because he went without a government for 535 days.

Just leave him.
Do gnu want anything America? be surprised it he
faol Please get up.
We have things to do.
I dont care!
Things are stupid! XE‘
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#1 - ganondork
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(10/09/2013) [-]
Belgium is mentioned in a post!


Don't actually swell with pride.
User avatar #41 to #1 - belgiumguy
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ikr?
User avatar #19 to #1 - holsety
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The bigger problem is choosing which pride
Flemish or Walloon
#43 to #1 - linktheherooftime
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"Nobody gives a **** about Belgium."
"Nobody gives a **** about Belgium."
#2 to #1 - flybager
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There's just so much good stuff about being from belgium, right.   
   
 We're know for waffles even though we don't even into waffle that much. IF they know that we're a country, that is.
There's just so much good stuff about being from belgium, right.

We're know for waffles even though we don't even into waffle that much. IF they know that we're a country, that is.
User avatar #23 to #2 - mkgt
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Hey, the FN P90 was made in Belgium. You guys are good at making ultimate killing machines.
#5 to #2 - rimjobmcgee
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Hey, we know you're a country, and you have amazing chocolate, and for us alcoholics, damn good beer, not the horsepiss we make
User avatar #7 to #5 - TheMather
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And they're the inventors of the best damn sub-machine gun in the world, the FN P90.
User avatar #16 to #7 - edgecutter
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Or famous rifles like the FN FAL and FN F2000.
User avatar #10 to #7 - oceanmist
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The plastic and aluminum wonder that shoots low stopping power $1 rounds, with terrible stock sights and the most awkward magazine changes known to man?
User avatar #11 to #10 - TheMather
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The lightweight and compact, ambidextrous wonder that shoots high-velocity bullets at a rate that rivals/beats most assault rifles, with a magazine with more capacity than most weapons can dream of even for extended ones, next to no recoil and a great range of customization.
Additionally, the weapon design is optimized for use and carry in constricted conditions, and is such easily the best choice of weapon for tank and helicopter personnel.
User avatar #14 to #11 - oceanmist
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Or get an mp5/mp7/kriss superV and get more reliability, less recoil, close to the same capacity, non awkward mag changes, more customization, and the same or more stopping power.
User avatar #22 to #14 - folkflunky
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The P90 is made to be compact, that's why it has "awkward mag changes". Also, it doesn't have that much recoil, the fire rate is fast enough, and the mag has so many bullets some guns can only dream about it. The F2000 is a bullpup. A **** ton of bullpups have their mags in the stock. Also, the design is awesome both with and without it's telescopic sight. And, finally, ***** you talking **** about the FN FAL? That gun was designed in 1954 and it came out in 1955. That's a lot older than your stupid MP5. 11 years older. You can't talk **** about it. YOU CAN'T. I DENY YOU THAT RIGHT.
User avatar #32 to #22 - threeeighteen
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With regards to the FN FAL...

My Grandfather served in Vietnam and talks highly of the SLR, the name for the Australian L1A1, the name of the British FN FAL.
User avatar #68 to #32 - folkflunky
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Basically everyone that served in Vietnam talks highly about the FN FAL. Maybe it's a little outdated in the present, since there are rifles as accurate that are full-auto, but in it's time it would make you drown in ****.
User avatar #69 to #68 - threeeighteen
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The SAS would shorten their FAL's and make the automatic, had the Vietcong ******** themselves at night.
User avatar #70 to #69 - folkflunky
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USA made a "sawed-off" clone of the FN FAL for the police, called DSA-58OSW.

**** seems heavy.
#6 to #5 - sloot
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if you are referring to domestic then yes it sucks. Go to a nice bar in your area or a bigger liquor store and try some micro-brews. I don't know where you live, but i live in the Midwest and I have tried several of the smaller breweries around me. I also found my new favorite beers. People's brewing company makes SpaceCowboy and Three Floyds makes ZombieDust. America has great beer, you just have to find it
#9 to #6 - rimjobmcgee
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I'm in a tiny town that just now legalized selling alcohol
User avatar #45 to #2 - natanhiel
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Don't even into waffle
User avatar #3 to #2 - flybager
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*Known
#12 - jilliebean
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Thanks for explaining the Belgium thing. I am very historically/culturally ignorant.
Thanks for explaining the Belgium thing. I am very historically/culturally ignorant.
User avatar #13 - douthit
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Government shutdown. Like anybody not living off the government actually gives a ****.
#28 to #13 - Toshiro
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User avatar #18 to #13 - yamiyo
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You try saying the to Mars Rover and his 4 kids he can't feed, you monster!
User avatar #15 to #13 - wersand
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Yup, the 800,000 people who aren't allowed to go to work are having a blast.
#17 to #15 - golbot
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well ****, i would be. theyre getting backpay, the house voted for it. so they are literally on paid vacation right now because they cant work but are still getting paid.
User avatar #36 to #17 - vivapinatapro
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Yeah, because not being able to pay those bills in the mean time will have no adverse effects on their future.
User avatar #65 to #36 - wersand
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You're right, the mortgage people don't care why you don't have your money. I don't know why they thumbed you down.
User avatar #44 to #15 - durkadurka
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If you wanted to be technical, you could consider those people as "living off of the government".

What the hell are we doing hiring 800,000 non-essential personnel anyways?
User avatar #66 to #44 - wersand
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If you look at the people who are out of jobs right now, you'd see who they are and why we have them. Let's just shut down all gov't funded museums and parks. Nobody wants to learn anyway.
User avatar #67 to #66 - douthit
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It's a fallacy to assume that something couldn't exist, if not in its current form. There could be libraries and museums without government, if they'd only privatize them. They can't afford to keep them open, but still won't privatize them so people could still enjoy them. They're kept shut to punish the people for not raising the deb limit, just like the national parks. And yet government remains blameless. tsk tsk tsk
User avatar #74 to #67 - wersand
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Yes, privatized ancient artifacts seems like a good idea.
Jk. No it doesn't. It should belong to public.
If anything needs a budget cut, then it's our military budget, not our museums.
User avatar #75 to #74 - douthit
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(10/11/2013) [-]
You assume only one thing can have its spending cut. Everything needs to have spending slashed. The government is $17 trillion in debt, and it only gets bigger each year. Have you heard of the tragedy of the commons? Check out the Wikipedia page. To give an analogy, it's the principle by which if there were a "public" field open to all farmers, then every farmer would have an incentive to let their cattle graze the field down to nothing, and it would inevitably end up barren. The same idea applies to everything--privatization is the best policy, because giving individuals a monetary stake in something means they'll do their best to preserve or to better it. I believe it to be obvious that this is the most logical way to go about things, but a criticism of privatization is that we'll have to pay for what we now get for "free". But nothing's free. We are already paying for the "public" things we have, only in taxes and at the expense of our children in the form of debt.
User avatar #76 to #75 - wersand
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I'm afraid I don't think privatization is the way to go, I'm sorry we disagree. All of that sounds good in practice, but it's about as good as communism. People don't care about their "things" they care about the money they can make. If that means getting rid of 100 to have the only one and make it worth more they might just do it.

I would never entrust the Bust of Nefertiti, or the Pergamon to any person. It needs to be a collective of a state or country to protect these cultural artifacts. If forest were left to privatization, you'd have had more rampant deforestation.

Privatization of public goods is dangerous, and I cannot agree with you at all.
User avatar #77 to #76 - douthit
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But the forgotten thing in that is taxation, the belief that people's property (money) can justly be taken, and then assumed that a small group of bureaucrats could ever spend that money in a way that every taxpayer supports. Nobody makes better decisions with others' property or money than they do with their own. Besides, I have no doubt that the vast majority of people running museums or collecting treasured artifacts on their own do it out of interest and love of the material, rather than money.
User avatar #78 to #77 - wersand
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Yes, and they stay holed up in houses. I also disagree that people know how to spend their money the best.

I have already mentioned that we disagree economically, so I really don't have more to say on this subject, and I hope you have a good day.
#38 to #15 - anon id: 371a7103
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400,000

some non-"first priority" jobs are running now.
#49 - Midirr
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User avatar #50 to #49 - dambusta
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..........i wouldent watch british comedys if i were you, we do tend to take the micky out of belgium,

and we're never going to stop.....
User avatar #52 to #50 - Midirr
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Doesn't matter, Belgium is mentioned. ^^

I watch the hell out of British comedies. Most of them are hilarious.
User avatar #72 to #52 - dambusta
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i love your outlook on life, so upbeat!
User avatar #73 to #72 - Midirr
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Thanks! You should try it sometimes
It's much nicer living in my opinion.
User avatar #58 to #52 - skeptical
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Just think of how us Americans feel when we watch British comedies, or even British shows in general.
*points to Afghanistan on map*
Well, you can't drive here or the Americans will shoot you
User avatar #71 to #58 - dambusta
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my guess is you havent a clue whats going on,

i kid i hope you enjoy our programms as we enjoy yours and if not its fine
#21 - diespitris
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MFW description.
User avatar #34 to #21 - mentlgen
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Goddamnit
#29 - worried
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why am i reading americas part in peter griffins voice?
#62 to #29 - Loppytaffy
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I read in Eric Vale's.
I read in Eric Vale's.
User avatar #31 to #29 - konradkurze
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**** now you made me read it in his voice
User avatar #33 to #31 - mentlgen
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**** now you made me read it in his voice
#35 to #33 - konradkurze
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ill spank you so you scream in his voice
ill spank you so you scream in his voice
User avatar #46 to #35 - sunshinenips
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Now I'm reading everything in his voice >.<
#4 - htmm
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#24 - jiggerbits
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Not trying to down play the situation, but only 17 percent of the American government is shutdown. Don't worry, your friendly neighborhood CIA, NSA, FBI, and TSA are still hard at work.
User avatar #27 to #24 - lordgeneral
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You'd be wrong about that. They're still technically established but don't currently operate. Try to call your local fbi branch
User avatar #30 to #27 - noblexfenrir
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Department of justice is considered essential, therefor FBI is still operating, albeit under lower staffed conditions.
#53 to #24 - anon id: 8a7ed5c4
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Yeah I know someone in the FBI. He's working 12 hour days with no pay.
>So much fun
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User avatar #8 - captainpatters
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I love Belgium.

Just felt like sharing.
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