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#2 - letmetouchyourboob
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(05/08/2014) [+] (3 replies)
stickied by fellmade
#386 to #2 - joemoearigato
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700+ thumbs and not a single reply to leech off of it.
#390 to #2 - charagrin
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(05/09/2014) [-]
Here, have this.
Here, have this.
#394 to #390 - fourbyfjord
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(05/09/2014) [-]
I actually prefer the jpeg version, his expression is better.
#430 - fellmade [OP]
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(05/09/2014) [+] (2 replies)
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thank you guys for top 3 content
#463 to #430 - anon
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top 2 ******
#466 to #463 - fellmade [OP]
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(05/09/2014) [-]
oh my gosh
oh my gosh
#10 - iamtheceej
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#11 to #10 - thumbaccountlol
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(05/08/2014) [-]
Been there quite a few times and expected the same thing, but no, most people there know about our glorious nation.
#415 to #10 - swagbot
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Isn't it a little part in the mid-to-south West Coast of England?

I understand that in the Past, Welsh Kingdoms were distinct racially and culturally enough from the surrounding rabble to stay a distinct pseudo-country... but in the middle ages, Royal Intermarriage finally led to an integration of Wales into Britain.

Am I anywhere close?
#69 to #10 - meganinja
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(05/08/2014) [-]
Any American educated enough to be able to locate Belarus on a map would be able to locate Wales
#152 to #10 - pathasgum
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(05/08/2014) [-]
in Canada i went to a public school called "prince of wales"

as a wee kid i thought it was named after the prince of all the whales like neptune or aqua man or some ****
#426 to #152 - schitzopsycho
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(05/09/2014) [-]
Whares and Dolfeen
#490 to #426 - pathasgum
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(05/09/2014) [-]
it was a cow and chicken who did it!!! leave the poor whales and dolphins alone

stop ruining my trips to marine land!!!
#253 to #10 - tomahawkkit
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(05/08/2014) [-]
wales is in the uk
#17 to #10 - strangemoo ONLINE
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(05/08/2014) [-]
We know you **** sheep, that's why.
#491 to #17 - strangemoo ONLINE
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(05/09/2014) [-]
...How the **** did I get this many thumbs for this?
#3 - crazyolitis
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(05/08/2014) [-]
Well, he's kind of right about Spain...
#108 to #3 - hairibar
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(05/08/2014) [-]
So tempting to go all nationalist and say he's not...
#147 to #108 - roadrager
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but then you would be wrong
#162 to #147 - broswagonist ONLINE
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(05/08/2014) [-]
He's not right about Spain Jr.
#165 to #162 - roadrager
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(05/08/2014) [-]
Ok. and?
#166 to #165 - broswagonist ONLINE
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(05/08/2014) [-]
Was I supposed to say something else?
#485 to #166 - roadrager
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no I just dont understand what the relevance of what you said was
#150 to #147 - hairibar
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(05/08/2014) [-]
I already know that (although it doesn't make exactly happy)
#210 to #3 - mexicandudeinsd
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(05/08/2014) [-]
i thought spain was old mexico

or mexico is spain jr?
#221 to #210 - cooperjones
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(05/08/2014) [-]
Mexico is spain jr
#223 to #221 - mexicandudeinsd
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(05/08/2014) [-]
you mean spain is old mexico right?
#13 - asmodeu
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(05/08/2014) [-]
I know this will sound ignorant (and it probably is to some extent), but for someone who is planning to travel everywhere in the world, I believe it should be more important to know the map of Europe's countries than the map of USA's states.
Why ?
From what I gathered, travelling from state to state in the US will almost always feel like you're in the same country (the way streets are organized, architecture - except landmarks), except for the different biomes you will come across (ranging from desert to tundra).
Countries in Europe are a lot more different than states in the US are. Knowing the difference between where Bulgaria and Turkey are can make the difference between getting your car stolen and receiving a neat bargain on a scarf you like.
#85 to #13 - anon
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Plus some of the **** ups are pretty bad. I mean you don't have to be able to point out Lichtenstein for me but mixing Italy (come on it's shaped like a boot) with Ireland is pretty bad. (not based on this picture but on experience of a conversation with some friend of mine from the US) I can definitely not point out all the states on the map but at least I know states like Florida, Texas, California, Nevada etc which is on the same level as knowing Italy.
#377 to #13 - anon
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Texas is kinda its own country culture/law wise. Other than that anyone can tell its USA
#393 to #13 - anon
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(05/09/2014) [-]
knowing the difference bewteen the south side and the north side of chicago is the difference between living or getting shot
#397 to #13 - disniggahere
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(05/09/2014) [-]
But tell me, where can i go to get my scarf stolen and where can i go to receive a neat bargain on a car i like?
#449 to #397 - traffy
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(05/09/2014) [-]
Scarf stolen in Paris.
Car bargain in Austria or Germany, but mostly Austria
#448 to #13 - traffy
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(05/09/2014) [-]
that last part about Turkey and Bulgaria made me lost my ****. It's true indeed... In the little streets of Italy you can get lost even on a monocycle, in USA you need a big truck just to be noticed.
#350 to #13 - penileburglar
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I agree, minus the analogy of getting your car stolen. Because a lot of the top places to get your car stolen are definitely in the U.S.
#408 to #13 - fuckyosixtyminutes
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(05/09/2014) [-]
Who cares? It's not a ******* contest. Christ.
#117 to #13 - pizzaweed
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(05/08/2014) [-]
good luck getting around in Boston.



That's not even a sarcastic remark.. just.. good luck
#245 to #117 - alfredisbatman
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(05/08/2014) [-]
A lot of European cities are set out like Boston... with no rational layout
#25 to #13 - confusedasian
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Countries =/= states. America is basically all English. I'm an American and I don't even bother with learning the states, I know where they are and their names mind you. Europe is different countries with different languages and different cultures and laws unique to each one.
Countries =/= states. America is basically all English. I'm an American and I don't even bother with learning the states, I know where they are and their names mind you. Europe is different countries with different languages and different cultures and laws unique to each one.
#34 to #25 - anon
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I agree that there's a ton of difference between their countries, but, Um, every state does have its own laws you idiot. And you're a bigger moron than that if you think the South's culture is like New Yorks.
#79 to #34 - Ruspanic
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Alabama is more similar to New York than Sweden is to Spain. European countries have regional differences in culture too, but for the most part differences are much greater across countries than within them. Laws, too. US states have more autonomy than provinces in most other countries, but they're still subject to the same federal laws, and have virtually no autonomy at all in some areas (like foreign policy).
#101 to #79 - anon
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As most European members are in EU, they have laws (or federal laws, if you so like), to comply with as well.
#106 to #101 - Ruspanic
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(05/08/2014) [-]
that's true, but they have considerably more individual autonomy/sovereignty as nation-states than each of the American states does
#320 to #101 - gerfox
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The EU is still mostly an economic union, and to that extent it controls the foreign policy of its members it's mostly the economic foreign policy. They do for instance influence defense policy - and their relations with other states. You'll often see Germany have a more lenient and diplomatic approach than lets say the UK and France. Libya is a good example. Kosovo is another.
#128 to #34 - anon
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Every state has its own laws, but they all have very similar ones.

Besides, I'm willing to bet the South's culture is more like New York's culture when it's compared to the difference between Scotland's culture and Yugoslavia's culture.

At least you all speak the same language.
#110 to #34 - letting
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(05/08/2014) [-]
You don't need a passport or to learn a new language to travel from New York to Alabama you ignorant ********.
#124 to #110 - foortie
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you don't need a passport to travel in the EU either, language isn't required either, but advised. altho knowing english or german is sufficient enough everywhere

i live in EU and i travel a lot
#132 to #124 - letting
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(05/08/2014) [-]
You must require some form of legal document or proof of residency to travel from one country to the next.
#136 to #132 - foortie
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(05/08/2014) [-]
oh you mean the ID that is required by law to carry it with you all the time? yea, but no one stops and ask you to show it anyway. there are no borders anymore
#337 to #136 - anon
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there is no such law forcing you to carry your id with you all the time, you idiot. You just need to HAVE one
#468 to #337 - foortie
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(05/09/2014) [-]
Not sure which country you talking about, but you might wanna check it again.

There is no law saying: "You gotta carry it all the time with you" true, but there is a law that says you have to identify yourself when asked (by police for example). Which in most EU countries I know of (and been in) means some sort of ID with your photo on it.

Which obviously mean you have to carry it all the time in case someone stops you and asks you to identify yourself.
#467 to #337 - toensix
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Differs by country. In my country, if you're over fourteen, you must always have your ID with you in public.

Not that everyone actually does it but it is the law.
#19 - ninjagaiden
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#21 to #19 - anon
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Why the **** would we do that? They're still part of the same country
#27 to #21 - anon
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And damn near all of them are at least twice as big as those tiny little fiefdoms you call countries.
#23 to #21 - ninjagaiden
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My point being that murica in the comic was labeling stuff... All eurofagball did was draw a perfect outline. Casual.
#121 to #19 - anthonyh
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(05/08/2014) [-]
I'm American, and you're stupid.
#234 to #121 - ninjagaiden
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Sticks and stones faggot.
#241 to #19 - ninjagaiden
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Damn, eurofags are touchy about their geography.
#22 to #19 - arziben ONLINE
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(05/08/2014) [-]
if I have to fill all the states then you have to fill all the states/regions etc. in every country in europe
#153 to #22 - kilotech
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(05/08/2014) [-]
but states are as big as most of those countries, not defending him just pointing out our states are very different from regions within EU countries
#286 to #22 - yumyumtittysucker
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There's around 50 countries in EU, if you expect us Ameri-cunts to know all your damn countries then we expect you to know all of our 50 Glorious states
There's around 50 countries in EU, if you expect us Ameri-cunts to know all your damn countries then we expect you to know all of our 50 Glorious states
#476 to #286 - zevran
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I think the crux of the matter is that a "state" is not a "country".

And there are 28 Countries in the EU, approximatly 50 more or less recognized countries in Europe, all divided into counties/states/regions.

#169 to #22 - mcbigballz
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That's not exactly fair. States in the US are bigger than countries in Europe. Hell Texas is 1/3 of all of Europe almost. So saying name the regions is like us saying name the districts in each state. *roll picture*
#178 to #169 - mcbigballz
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**mcbigballz rolled image**
#270 to #22 - anon
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lol **** you, name every city in our states then faggot
#167 to #22 - westonbeast
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(05/08/2014) [-]
>Filling in a continent + states/regions
>Filling in a country + states
Wow. Europeans really have it hard.
#30 to #22 - anon
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I can do most of the European countries, and maybe the states and regions of some of the countries as well.

Can you name all of the states in the USA and put them in the correct position?

Probably not, and I don't blame you. It's too damn far away to give a **** about, as it is for Americans to care about the smaller countries in Eastern Europe, etc. There are plenty Americans who can do quite a lot of it, but there are also many who can't. I'm sure it's the same with Europeans trying to put all of the Central and South American Countries in the right places.

This is argument is pretty stupid.
#112 to #30 - hudis
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I regularly update myself on U.S. states, but honestly I can rarely pinpoint all of them. The reason for this isn't that they're too many, too far away or anything like that. It's simply that there aren't enough differences between them to sort them in the way that I do with European countries or even provinces in some countries. They're just too similar, so to me they kind of blend together and the lines become blurry and I forget a quarter of them because there is almost nothing to attach to them that deviates from the rest of the country, if that makes sense.
#321 to #112 - gerfox
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Me too. With nations in Europe you can remember a lot of them by looking at a map and recognizing their shape. Italy is the boot, Greece is the **** right to it with a million islands under it. Turkey has two huge oceans which pour through the center. Spain is in the southwest with a "small" strip of land connecting to France - and with Portugal on its left.

With US, a lot of the states are formed like rectangles - similar rectangles, and at least I have a hard time remembering which one is which. Examples; Utah, Wyoming, Nebraska, Kansas and Colorado.

The US is such a solid mass of land, and if you look at a map without mountains there are no significant landmarks (states by the coast and the Great Lakes being the only exceptions) - and by that I mean lakes or water, to remember which is which of the central states. I think that's also the reason a lot of people have no clue which nation is which in Eastern Europe.
#300 to #112 - anon
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(05/08/2014) [-]
Texas.
#305 to #300 - hudis
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(05/09/2014) [-]
Texas is Texas, though.
#35 to #30 - arziben ONLINE
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which is why I used it, I can't be bothered to even know the african countries (which are actual countries and not states)
#369 to #22 - captainrattrap
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(05/09/2014) [-]
You're just lucky we don't separate into 50 separate ****** nations, we'd be just like you then.
#28 to #22 - edgecution
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The difference being that some of the US states are as big as whole European countries.
#24 to #22 - ninjagaiden
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I got no problem with that, let me consult my global, non biased, map.

(murica is NOT the center of my map)
#5 - kirkbot
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#379 to #5 - dsrtpnk
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(05/09/2014) [-]
******* accurate pie charts...
#417 to #5 - swagbot
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(05/09/2014) [-]
It's actually about 35%.

Still inexcusable.
#442 to #417 - randombro
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(05/09/2014) [-]
Incorrect. Read the graph again.
Incorrect. Read the graph again.
#285 to #5 - leonhardt
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(05/08/2014) [-]
Well **** son. Can't argue with that.
#87 - Soundtrack
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also, itt we leave an outline of our country's map and see if people can guess it.   
   
I like games. We should have a board for this.
also, itt we leave an outline of our country's map and see if people can guess it.

I like games. We should have a board for this.
#93 to #87 - anon
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Belgium?
#98 to #93 - Soundtrack
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yeah. I just realised I haven't really thought this trough as 90% will post US/UK/ other well-known european countries. maybe people from those should just post a random country.
#97 to #87 - anon
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(05/08/2014) [-]
belgium
#103 to #87 - sabium
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At first i thought Luxembourg, but that one isn't this wide. Belgium?
#104 to #103 - Soundtrack
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yep! luxembourg would be very hard to guess without neighbouring countries I think
#109 to #104 - sabium
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I actually don't think Luxembourg would be all that hard :p It's more vertically elongated. Maybe like belgium on its side? xD
#461 to #87 - mucrush
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(05/09/2014) [-]
Germany? The Netherlands?
#134 to #87 - chrisel
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Belgium
#145 to #134 - anon
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(05/08/2014) [-]
fk, I knew the shame was farmiliar...
#115 to #87 - cunttoaster
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Godzilla
#118 to #115 - Soundtrack
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(05/08/2014) [-]
sure, why not
#119 to #118 - cunttoaster
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(05/08/2014) [-]
hear me out here
#125 to #119 - cunttoaster
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(05/08/2014) [-]
SEEEEEEE
#131 to #125 - Soundtrack
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(05/08/2014) [-]
good stuff! where are you from?
#133 to #131 - cunttoaster
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England my good sir
#143 to #133 - Soundtrack
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well, I tried
#158 to #143 - cunttoaster
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(05/08/2014) [-]
You tried and succeeded
#141 to #133 - settler
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Hehe, and Germany is a face and Italy a boot tripping on a rock. :3
#310 to #125 - gladiuss
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#326 to #115 - anon
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Made me laugh, very nice
#20 - zaywoot
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#33 to #20 - dameush
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but.. what about D.C.. it might be kinda important
#56 to #33 - zaywoot
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Not to us... We don't care about DC
#287 to #20 - anon
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Can confirm. Am Texan
#354 to #20 - anon
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(05/09/2014) [-]
*Canada a bit to the left.
#472 to #354 - nicoquitemad
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(05/09/2014) [-]
That's Alaska, right?
#475 to #472 - anon
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(05/09/2014) [-]
Not sure what Hawaii is labeled as, but you're spot on about Alaska.
#473 to #472 - nicoquitemad
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Plus, what about Hawaii. Europeans love Hawaii.
#404 to #20 - anon
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Awn, I want Chicago to stand out
#438 to #20 - kungfulouie
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Northern woods by the great freshwater lakes. I like how it's we're this enormous amount of land and nobody fights with each other. The desert gets along with the tropics, who get along with the mountains, who get along with the grasslands. Always amazes me. Unity.
#168 to #20 - thewulfman
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What's amazing is that Vegas didn't even make it inside the Vegas Baby circle.
What's amazing is that Vegas didn't even make it inside the Vegas Baby circle.
#236 to #168 - zaywoot
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I just had a vague idea of it being somewhere between satans taint and a desert... and a little to the left...
#26 to #20 - confusedasian
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Florida stands out to other Nations. Swell with mosquito bites.
#31 to #26 - anon
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It's because you're like the Italy of america when looking at a map.
#55 to #26 - newdevyx
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Thanks. I've been looking for that picture.
Thanks. I've been looking for that picture.
#1 - anotheroneonearth
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>Spain Jr
#107 - robuntu
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Europe and the US are like two brothers that pick on each other all the time. We call each other names, make fun of the other, play mean jokes....

But when the time comes, we both know we'll band together when China and the other brown countries rise up and become dominate world powers.

// Sad but true....
#196 to #107 - Mahazama
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>>China
>>Brown country
#113 to #107 - anon
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lol
#176 to #107 - anon
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You know, man.......This was a really nice comment.... It touched me on a spiritual level. As a British person this made me feel slightly warm inside.

Hmmm....I don't know how to feel.
#478 to #107 - hatesmlp
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We must fight back to back against the Mudslim hordes from the east, and the Jewish plague who infects our media and government.
#198 to #107 - ripgeckosncherios
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You are implying even Europe can band together. Heck Europe was divided in pretty much every major war it was in. WWI, WWII, Cold War, you name it.
What generally happens is that USA bands together with some of them and is the deciding factor in the battle.
although now with the EU intereuropean battles seem unlikely if it wasnt for putin and crimea
#120 to #107 - lotengo
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>brown countries
>world power

#203 to #120 - bigmanfifty
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*cough* Mongolian Empire
#209 to #203 - eiaisqzbsesb
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I doubt it.
#206 to #203 - lotengo
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in the past, tough i dont consider mongolians as brown. They are asian.

And i admit China and India have the potential to become economical superpowers. But i doubt brown countries if somebody says brown countries i think of ********* like Afghanistan and Irak have the same potential. Not in todays world
#441 to #206 - lackwit
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I would say that Nigeria has the potential to become a great power due to their resources and large population, but not for a looong time though.
#455 to #441 - lotengo
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Nigeria isnt brown but filled with black people. Tho i dont really consider them as people.

But Afrika Always had great resources but the nignogs who live their never really did anything with them. Every race has been a dominant superpower in the past except for the blacks. I wonder why....
#469 to #455 - toensix
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Native Americans? Aboriginals? Polynesians? Indians?
#493 to #469 - lotengo
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Additional, Aboriginals are to small in numbers to dominate
And ive heared native americans are a kind of Asian, not sure tough.
#492 to #469 - lotengo
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The first 3 dont count because they werent part of the old word.

And Indians is not a race. Tough if you really want to see it as as a separate race you dont count just India but all of South Asia and parts of western Asia/ the middle east. Including modern day Iran, the homeground of the Persian Empire.
#500 to #492 - toensix
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Fair enough but I think the main reason there weren't any major empires in dark africa is that it's a mainly vertical. Major empires have always been horizontal because then the conquers didn't need to adapt to a new climate.

Inb4 Incas their empire was only 40 years old or something when the spaniards ****** their **** up.
#501 to #500 - lotengo
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agreed, but even if you cut out the being a dominant superpower part. Black people never made a memorable civilisation at all.
The Incas had their empire
South asia had their Persian empire
Europe had Acient Greece, the Roman empire, datculture.jpg
North Africa had the egyptians

My point is, there was/is culture and heritage everywhere. Except in lower parts of Africa. You dont have a colloseum, Angkor wat, Macchu Picchu or Pyramid in there to remind them of the mighty nignog empire from 200B.C.-500A.D.
because there was never a mighty nignog empire
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(05/10/2014) [-]
While I agree that it isn't much there were in fact a few Pre-Colonial African civilizations south of the Sahara their just weren't that well known because of two reasons.

1. Their writting wasn't in any form connected to western writing and in colonial times their written history was mostly destroyed.

2. Most of them didn't leave any major buildings.

Still you're right that their wasn't much.