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#315 - anon
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(05/18/2013) [-]
i don´t like americans.....
#326 to #315 - HarvietheDinkle
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ok.
#316 to #315 - lanstar
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**lanstar rolled a random image posted in comment #32 at The Pain **
thats due to North Korea's mass propoganda
#318 to #315 - sweateagle
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You are North Korean; it's perfectly natural.
#320 to #318 - tormain
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or any other country.
#148 - ragingflamingos
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#98 - felixjarl
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#322 - Cambro
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Wolverine: A brainwashed American who thinks he is Canadian while casual fans believe he is an American because they saw the movies and actual fans insist he is Canadian to spite the filthy casuals.
Wolverine: A brainwashed American who thinks he is Canadian while casual fans believe he is an American because they saw the movies and actual fans insist he is Canadian to spite the filthy casuals.
#300 - chaoticgod
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Freedom.
#184 - JklnHyd
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#97 - anon
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Why didn't he just shoot lightnings at him ... isn't he like a god of thunder and ****?
#103 to #97 - imlost
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well since thunder is sound unless your playing pokemon that would be useless
#147 to #103 - trollmobile
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have you found your way home yet?
#268 to #147 - imlost
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no *sigh* im still a lost boy
#109 to #103 - anon
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I know thunder is a sound ... that is why I added "and ****" by which I meant lightnings, storms etc. I apologize for not being accurate
#60 - anon
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if its universal healthcare then why dont africans have it
#80 to #60 - konradkurze
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because healthcare only applies to humans
africans are covered by SPCA and Peta
#37 - Elderly Man ONLINE
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MFW Canada
#38 to #37 - Sethorein ONLINE
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(05/18/2013) [-]
that poutine *drool*
#40 to #37 - Metallicock
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Needs more sorry
#41 to #40 - Elderly Man ONLINE
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sorry
#323 - funshine
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mfw freedomium
#313 - dreamthrow
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If universal healthcare is so good, than why is it so inefficient at everything it hopes to do?
If universal healthcare is so good, than why is it so inefficient at everything it hopes to do?
#328 to #313 - taintedangel
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Source on those claims?
#339 to #328 - dreamthrow
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Economics.
#340 to #339 - taintedangel
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Still waiting on actual sources.
#341 to #340 - dreamthrow
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Basically, it's inefficient at it's non-discriminatory services (easy to abuse) and that only stacks up and delays patients, causing poor care to be DJ 4DM1Nistered to the masses.   
The way the US is structured cannot allow for good universal healthcare because it is none other than a tax; the other countries with healthcare have taxes flying out of their every orifice and it makes living very expensive compared to here.    
What healthcare ultimately does is create a dependency on the government, which is the opposite direction of our culture*.    
I'd much rather pay my own bills and not have to pool my money into a lose-lose situation.    
www.livestrong.com/article/273041-what-is-bad-about-universal-health-care/   

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*way ******* more important than you think.   
As for you, I suggest you stop seeing things from one side and take a look at other opinions that are better structured than mine. I constantly look read differing opinions on a subject and simply side with the side with the better logic behind it.   
I also assume you think global warming is true. 
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		 hard evidence right here.
Basically, it's inefficient at it's non-discriminatory services (easy to abuse) and that only stacks up and delays patients, causing poor care to be DJ 4DM1Nistered to the masses.
The way the US is structured cannot allow for good universal healthcare because it is none other than a tax; the other countries with healthcare have taxes flying out of their every orifice and it makes living very expensive compared to here.
What healthcare ultimately does is create a dependency on the government, which is the opposite direction of our culture*.
I'd much rather pay my own bills and not have to pool my money into a lose-lose situation.
www.livestrong.com/article/273041-what-is-bad-about-universal-health-care/
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*way ******* more important than you think.
As for you, I suggest you stop seeing things from one side and take a look at other opinions that are better structured than mine. I constantly look read differing opinions on a subject and simply side with the side with the better logic behind it.
I also assume you think global warming is true. You need to login to view this link hard evidence right here.
#342 to #341 - taintedangel
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First of all, "that only stacks up and delays patients", was a fallible argument, in that the patients that are delayed are the ones with minor problems that can wait, while we work on people who can't wait, such as the person who swallowed a harmful chemical, or a gaping head wound will get in way ahead of the average patient in the waiting room who has a headache, broken finger/toe, bump on the head, ect.
Plus mrvicchio at You need to login to view this link has a very flawed misunderstanding of how UHC and the fact he's using buzzwords made up by the republican party do not add to his arguments, and the title of hid blog post is obvious that he knows nothing about the issue. I don't claim to know it, either, only the doctors and economists.

Plus, most Americans think that all of Canada's health care is payed for by the government and taxes, but that is not true. We do pay for our prescriptions, but they are affordable so no one complains, even senior citizens from the U.S. come up to Canada to get their meds (same one in the states) becasue they are cheaper to get, and no not becasue of the exchange rates between the Canadian and American dollar.

The taxes go towards paying the doctor's wages and maintaining the hospitals. Also, another myth that American's believe is that since we have the UHC we don't get to choose our doctors, but that isn't the case. We get to choose our family doctors and it builds a trust between doctor and patient.

And i will agree, Canada's healthcare isn't perfect, there are people who abuse it, but what system, universal or not, isn't abused in some way by it's people?

articles.latimes.com/2009/aug/03/opinion/oe-rachlis3
#344 to #342 - dreamthrow
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I never read a word of any of those articles .
I'll be frank; my dad is a doctor, my sister has a degree in econ, and both of them are so well informed about healthcare (practice and costs) that they could probably write a bestselling book about it. My dad has seen and shared his mind on the inefficiencies. I'll let you find out what's wrong. In the meantime, have some literature:
www.heritage.org/initiatives/health-care
#345 to #344 - taintedangel
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First of all, are you from the States?
Second of all, If you aren't going to read the articles you're presenting as your facts, or even mine, why are you even arguing this at all? It makes you look like an idiot who knows nothing about what he's arguing.
Third, your father is a doctor AND your sister just also happens to be an Economy graduate? That is just too convenient for your arguments, plus there is no way to prove these claims over the internet.

Just stop, you're making yourself look like a moron.
#349 to #345 - dreamthrow
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And you need to stop obeying the press.
Healthcare sounds good in theory, but it is simply not applicable to life.

And why do I need a source for arguments? I can formulate my own opinion about an issue simply from reading about it from different sources; I hardly follow someone else's opinion because I usually make my own. That is the reason why I didn't read those articles, I just wanted to waste your time.
I've used logic, you've used excuses; hard evidence is not always required to prove something.
And just to piss you off even more, I don't agree with abortion, gun control sucks, the rich should not be taxed more, welfare is terrible, and I'm not part of the GOP.
#310 - anon
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(05/18/2013) [-]
ASIANS CAN ACTUALLY READ MINDS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
They can hear, and see what you're visually thinking. This is the absolute complete truth!!!!!

The reason a lot of Asians have completely expressionless faces is so they don't accidentally show facial expressions when people think things they don't like, find funny, astonishing, etc, and Asians segregate so their not nearly as susceptible to that happening.
Asians also segregate, and are untalkative to avoid accidentally saying things that are similar to what people are thinking and going to say.

Try thinking, and visually picturing things that are as wild as you can when you are around Asians, and look for Asians who give people dirty/particular looks for what appears to be for completely no reason.

PLEASE SPREAD THE MESSAGE!!!!! THE WORLD NEEDS TO KNOW THIS!!!!!
#317 to #310 - burzday
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This **** is still being spammed?
#311 to #310 - infinitereaper
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I'm half Asian, but all I can hear is my own thoughts.

#327 to #311 - HarvietheDinkle
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well, that is half the power
#278 - tooanontoquit
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Captain America's shield IS made of vibranium which redirects any force that hits it.
When Thor's hammer hit the shield the force got reversed, causing Thor to fly backwards with the same about of power he put into the attack
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#297 to #278 - tooanontoquit
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^ to answer the original question
#112 - jewsburninindaoven
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So crystalized maple syrup and universal health care is stronger than freedom?
#119 to #112 - anon
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Yeh because a country that constantly has to remind itself that its full of freedom is actually free...
#128 to #112 - anon
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Wolverine's claws don't penetrate Captain America's shield, so no.
#94 - violentpixi
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I think Thors Hammer vs Captain America's Shield was more an example of the unstoppable force meeting the immovable object.
#111 to #94 - jettom
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******* SAME. I was like: "It's been answered.. what would happen if those two ever clashed.."
#51 - anon
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This will probably get a lot of thumbs down, but...do you Americans realize that Washington, Jefferson and Lincoln had slaves? Lincoln even said that "White and black people shouldn't coexist in one country." I don't know how you feel about that, but to me it seems a bit...hypocritical. You know, all Americans stuff their asses with "FREEDOM!!!1!!!!" but actually it's not as real as they think. Not that I don't admire the history of America, but a lot of Americans really exagerrate with their freedom thing.
#62 to #51 - sonicg
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Thanks for the update Captain Obvious.
#70 to #62 - bentense
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He's just mad because he's from North Korea.
#81 to #62 - konradkurze
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someone call me?
#87 to #51 - kidsquicker
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Washington and Jefferson had slaves, but Lincoln never did. In April of 1864 he even said, “I am naturally anti-slavery. If slavery is not wrong, nothing is wrong. I can not remember when I did not so think, and feel.”
Not to mention he grew up in a poor family that couldn't afford (and didn't desire) slaves.
Please do a little research before spouting ignorance.
#82 to #51 - elbrysobrony
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I'm probably gonna get even more for not knowing anything about history... But I thought that Lincoln fought AGAINST slavery, with his Emancipation Proclamation.
#89 to #51 - swbfplayer
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There never was nor will there ever be complete freedom in a civil land and good thing too that would be chaotic so saying "freedom "is a complete over statement of what we really have we don't even have complete freedom of speech you can't say certain things in public places like for instance you can't scream bomb in a restaurant without getting in trouble.
#29 - jinjo
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It's actually an alloy made from Vibranium and Adamantium.

And Thor's Hammer CAN break it, as he has before.
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#321 - deathcampforjewtie
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it was made of americium.
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#49 to #45 - anon
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#50 to #49 - flixoe
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Ahh... I see someone beat me to it.