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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #4 - billybong
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I don't get it... If you specifically search for "Murica" on Google, you are going to get results relating to "Murica"... and results relating to "Murica" are going to be jokes about American stereotypes...

Whereas, if you search for "United States of America" I expect you'll get things actually relating to the country and not just jokes making fun of them.

So... you made a picture demonstrating that google works.... good for you?
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User avatar #297 to #9 - captainrattrap
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The fact that your comment has +20 proves your point.
#7 - geomancer
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User avatar #95 to #7 - CrowbarNinja
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******* love this thread, It about time Americans started saying this. I have always felt like the only one who likes his country.
User avatar #18 to #7 - SquishyHaribo
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why do you love it so much?
I'm not trying to be a dick here, I'm genuinely intrigued because so many people say it but I've never known why
User avatar #27 to #18 - doombunni
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I love it because no matter the problems we have, America is still my home.
User avatar #138 to #27 - guywithafork
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"Patriosm is a problem with people, it makes them think that their country is better just because they were born in it" -Some Quote When You Die From MW2
User avatar #141 to #138 - doombunni
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Never said I think we're better than everybody else, just that I love my home
User avatar #315 to #141 - guywithafork
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**** replied to the wrong comment. Well, nice knowing you before I get banned automatically from red thumbs.
User avatar #23 to #18 - bostonbruins
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Because this country is something to be proud of. Look past the government, politics, and idiots and you get a beautiful country with smart down to earth people working together to achieve the impossible in this country. Freedom is everywhere, and it's in everybody. People can say whatever they want about our economy, politics, and rednecks, but they can't say a thing about the American Spirit
User avatar #33 to #23 - SquishyHaribo
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it's the same story most the world over in terms of looking past things and achieving the impossible (CERN for example which is a cumulative effort from lots of different countries).
what exactly do you mean by freedom? the word is thrown around like it's a single point but it has so many meanings and different factors that can affect it
Is the american spirit patriotism?
User avatar #34 to #33 - bostonbruins
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It's very hard to explain it simply. You're raised to love your country and be loyal to your country, and that love for your country persists throughout your life no matter what the government is doing or what the state of the union is. Patriotism is in all of us, and that's what brings out the love and loyalty for our country. That's my opinion anyway.
User avatar #39 to #34 - SquishyHaribo
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I think the way patriotism brings america together is fantastic but it seems so much like a religion and the way you are conditioned to love your country is almost a bit sinister
User avatar #59 to #34 - snowshark
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Don't love your country. Your country is a flaccid dick. All countries are. Love the people who do beautiful things, no matter where they come from or who they are.

You say "You're raised to love your country and be loyal to your country, and that love for your country persists throughout your life no matter what the government is doing or what the state of the union is. Patriotism is in all of us, and that's what brings out the love and loyalty for our country. "

I say "********". Why should you love a country? We don't live in a world of countries anymore. We simply live in a world. America has had some real innovations but so what? Truth is that America has had no innovations ever. Because it is a mass of inanimate land. What creates innovation are people and people belong to nobody. People are free.

Believe in the world and believe in humanity. Patriotism is a lie the government uses to keep you from questioning them. Faith in humanity is infinitely more valuable.
#111 to #59 - lazerdude
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For me at least, I do not believe in my government, but I believe in my country.
But I don't just mean my country as a whole. I mean that within this large land mass, there are people with dreams and ideals made for a better world than this, and that those people do what they can to make the realities for them and the people around them better. I believe in my countrymen
User avatar #115 to #111 - snowshark
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However is that not narrow-minded? You believe in your countrymen because they are trying to make the world a better place however that is not a trait that is unique to your country, but to humanity in general. Humanity is the only species actively trying to make the world a better place and people try to do that no matter which country they come from or what background they come from.

Naturally, a lot of people do not do this, however the same is true of your countrymen. Your pride is that your countrymen are working for the betterment of humankind.

Believe what you will, that is just my view on how you phrased what you said.
#207 to #115 - lazerdude
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I get what you're saying, and I agree with you. I have never learned German, and I may never see Paris, so my reality is to what I am familiar with and what I know. We are all striving for a better world, at least the majority of us, and the sooner we shed our ignorant view of our brothers of the Earth, the sooner we can actually achieve a better world
User avatar #272 to #207 - snowshark
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Heh, you do not need to learn a second language or even leave your country. To get the full experience of what the world truly is then yes, do that, but in order to broaden your reality the tools to do so are directly in front of you.

Have you ever seen a french film in french with the subtitles? It is a very different experience to watching one in your native language. You will notice that the very patterns to their speech are different. I suggest a comedy. Wasabi with Jean Reno is a very entertaining film.

Speaking of comedy, try to sample the humour of other nations. Possibly the most indulged foreign culture in the western world (other than English Culture) is the culture of Japan. I highly recomend just taking a look at some animé or reading up on just why they're so brilliantly insane over there. (Or I could just explain it to you. It is fairly interesting.)

If you don't want to do any of these things, just watch "Where the Hell is Matt" on youtube. He traveled the world and made people dance together. A pretty amazing human being and his videos can really give you an idea of the sheer scope of the world in which we live.
#91 to #59 - anon id: e3a180a3
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He's saying he loves his country not because he loves the literal ******* ground, but because he's proud of the fact that he has a great opportunity for success from what he's given unalienable right to. I agree that we need to congratulate the individual more than we need to congratulate the country they came from, but it's the country that they came from that gave them the opportunity for success - see what I'm trying to get at here?

I live in the UK and personally, I wish I had the opportunity to go to university in America, or at least visit there just to witness how good they have it. I say let the guy be happy the way he is.. He's happy to be proud of his country, so let him. Don't be an asshole to him and crush that happiness.
User avatar #100 to #91 - snowshark
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One of the freedoms shared between America and the UK is freedom of speech and another is freedom of expression.

He has as much right to do whatever the hell he likes and say what he likes as I have to tell him my own point of view. Also, going to Uni in America... I can't recommend it. My sister went to Cambridge and my cousin went to Brown. My cousin is currently being crushed to death under massive bills that he has been unable to repay and probably won't be able to for a long time whereas my sister managed to get through with minimal problems and now has a steady job doing accountancy for an all-girls private school in London, a job that the teachers at Cambridge helped her get noticed for.

Sure, do what you like, think what you like, say what you like. Freedom of speech and expression, man, not like this random white text from a stranger you met online's gonna change your viewpoint. Just understand that as much as he has a right to express his own views, I have the right to express mine.
User avatar #63 to #59 - Faz
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Stand still because im about to insert my penis into your rectum for i love you.
User avatar #70 to #63 - snowshark
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I said more further down the page if you really enjoy my way with words enough to sodomise me without the necessary precautions nor background checks nor even the application of protection.

... wait... wut?
User avatar #71 to #70 - Faz
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Way ahead of you, where do you think the +1 thumb came from haha.
User avatar #74 to #71 - snowshark
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v That guy V

He's ******* awesome... just don't get on his bad side.
User avatar #77 to #74 - Faz
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I have it set to highest rated comments first so you are pointing to yourself on my screen.....
#87 to #77 - snowshark
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Guess that makes me awesome.
Guess that makes me awesome.
#94 to #87 - Faz
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Damn i've already thumbed you up 5 times in this hour, here take this gif i made instead.
Damn i've already thumbed you up 5 times in this hour, here take this gif i made instead.
User avatar #101 to #94 - snowshark
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Love that Animé. It's like Azumanga Daiho but I prefer the art-style and characters.
User avatar #106 to #101 - Faz
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Im actually very uneducated when it comes to animes...the only one i watch is one piece and i've only got like 16 episode in...i really watch too many things currently and im treading water with animes because once you fall in....drowning is likely to occur.
User avatar #109 to #106 - snowshark
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Here's the thing though, there's a very good reason why people fall into Animé. Hell, there's lots of them. Here's some now:

Ass
Titties
Ass an' Titties
Titties an' Ass

Oh, there's also:

Diverse art-styles that allow for the most sickeningly beautiful visuals you will likely ever see. A completely shameless sense of humour that has next to no subtlety to it making it universally accepted. LOTS of fight-scenes. Cuteness like you WOULD NOT BELIEVE! A fan-base that produces high-quality material on a daily basis. Inspiration abound.

Yeah, there's a lot of reasons.

If you like, I could show you some AMVs of various Animé and you can see if you really want to become a part of that world. (AMVs are fan-made videos that use clips from the animé itself dubbed over with music and edited together. Some of them are really damn creative, creating storylines of their own that have nothing to do with the source-material used... sorry... I'm rambling.)

Either way, even if you don't like Animé, AMVs are short and a great way to learn about new music, so it likely won't be wasted on you.
User avatar #114 to #109 - Faz
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Sadly i do think AMV's would be wasted on me, im not too into music and the music i like...i doubt you would ever find it in an AMV haha. Also i tent to stay away from fandoms, i've never been a person to become a die hard fan of anything other than a few video games and that only due to their interactivity, i can be a huge fan of a show/movie but to then associate with the community of that show/movie is something i've never had a good time doing.
User avatar #119 to #114 - snowshark
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Truthfully, the same was true of me before I found Animé. My view on music was limited and my views on fandoms were the same. Even now I rarely engage with the fans of Animé on the internet directly, preferring to find random people who enjoy animé to strike up a conversation with. I find it more personal.

Either way, I suggest you take a try first.

Blood and Iron
www.youtube.com/watch?v=tsj6AkTvAa8
User avatar #127 to #119 - Faz
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Undoubtedly that looks incredibly cool and the art style was pretty epic but it seems like a very serious show, one thing i don't do too well is seriousness :). I prefer to stick to whimsical stuff which can keep the mood light, serious stuff just isn't my cup of tea unfortunately.
#160 to #127 - snowshark
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Just gonna leave this here.
User avatar #166 to #160 - Faz
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You're lucky my main PC broke a couple of days ago because im sure i would have the perfect response to this....but i dont sooooo.......


im not gay -.-
User avatar #157 to #127 - snowshark
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Is a convincing argument not supposed to sound that way?
User avatar #158 to #157 - Faz
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Stop using logic! This is a nonsensical argument and logic is not allowed.
User avatar #154 to #127 - snowshark
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But it's worth it for such soft, voluptuous boobs. Also, they'll let you keep your wiener if you want to freak the **** out of guys.
User avatar #155 to #154 - Faz
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Stop making me want to change sex! xD...wait this sounds like its from experience O.o
#150 to #127 - snowshark
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The other posts have reached the max number of pink lines so... gonna post it here.

< That's how you're supposed to watch it.

Either way, it's great fun.
User avatar #170 to #150 - theuglypanda
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This thread has the attention span of a squirrel, and it's hilarious lol
User avatar #152 to #150 - Faz
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But the sex change operation would cost so damn much :/
User avatar #140 to #127 - snowshark
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Aye, it's a pretty short Animé. Only about 24-26 episodes long.

The idea is that it's set in a really big private school full of really rich kids and these very attractive gentlemen have set up a club where women go and pay to be fawned over by various sexy guys... and they're all hilarious. I won't spoil the plot for you but it really is magnificent comedy.

Good luck with One Piece. Send me a message if you ever need new Animé, I can point you in pretty much any direction you like.
User avatar #144 to #140 - Faz
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Im not too sure how much enjoyment i will be getting out of an anime which centers around sexy guys xD but hey you never know haha.
User avatar #130 to #127 - snowshark
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Ha ha! Then does Animé have the show for -you-, my friend. (Accepts request)

It's Tough to be a Host
www.youtube.com/watch?v=guXbGe5sN_8
User avatar #137 to #130 - Faz
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Wow that does look pretty great thanks :) will be sure to check it out after one piece..of which i have over 500 episodes left to watch haha may take quite a while.
#69 to #63 - snowshark
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Flatterer
User avatar #43 to #34 - Faz
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Do you not see how dangerous that is though? Blindly loving your country and in your eyes they do no wrong, you talk about freedoms but in some states you are forced to say the pledge of allegiance which doesn't say freedom to me. I recently had a long conversation with a 11 year old American kid about his views of America and it was scary how brain washed he sounded, he proclaimed frequently how America was the greatest country in the world (without knowing facts) and how they have done no wrongs. He also felt that the Iraq war was fully justified and his government had no corruption.
User avatar #58 to #43 - SquishyHaribo
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you do have to remember that the kid is 11
when I was 11 I used to stand firm that crazybones were the best thing ever and they could do no wrong
User avatar #62 to #58 - Faz
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But the only difference between an 11 year old ignorant person and a 20 year old ignorant person is time, if he doesn't actively seek out the answer his mind will never change, i doubt highly hes the type of person who will listen to reason when it comes to his country.
User avatar #64 to #58 - snowshark
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When I was 11 I knew that my government was flaccid and useless, like an vegetative old-man's junk. When I was 11 my faith was in humanity.

There are hypothesised to be infinite universes, infinite in scale and in our one universe that is made of 100 billion galaxies, in one galaxy that is made of 100 billion solar systems, in 1 solar system made of 8 planets and on 1 planet populated by 7 billion humans, every single one of them is infinitesimal and insignificant. Yet each one of those 7,000,000,000 human beings has unique fingerprints. Unique DNA. Thinks differently to anyone who has ever come before them or ever will. Can create art. Love and lose and love again. Can write stories in universes completely of their own design.

Why have faith in countries when they are nothing more than dirt on a rock in the middle of space. Have faith in those priceless and totally worthless human beings who have created everything that you see around you. From Mt. Rushmoore to Tower Bridge to Tipei 101, all of that was created by human hands.

Patriotism is a lie that keeps people stupid. Faith in humanity keeps people free, intelligent and most of all, kind.
#73 to #64 - SquishyHaribo
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< you aged 11

can you please read my comments throughout this thread before you go and rage at me

I'm trying to look at this from both sides of the argument, I'm not looking for a life lesson, I already know how to live my life thanks to DC comics but thank you anyway
#81 to #73 - snowshark
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Actually, I looked more like this at 11. (And yes, I know who the kid is and he is awesome)

Either way, you don't need to seek out wisdom to find it. It, like stupidity, has a way of finding you.

My words were more a reflection of my outlook. I happen to have a very forwards-thinking family. Except for my incredibly racist grand-parents. The kind or old racists who are actually really nice but just sometimes come out with really hilariously offensive comments about the French xD
User avatar #76 to #73 - SquishyHaribo
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MARVEL* **** my bad
User avatar #84 to #76 - snowshark
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Aye, I saw you put DC and I thought it was a little odd given that all I've seen from DC seems to be massively idealistic and very blunt whereas Marvel tends to lean more towards the reality of things. I think that's probably why Marvel heroes have had more success in the cinema than DC heroes.

DC heroes seem to be the perfection of comic-book heroes whereas Marvel seems to take the more realistic approach, making their characters more relatable.
#75 to #73 - SquishyHaribo
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here's the comic strip
User avatar #105 to #23 - snipster
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Nice username

Bergeron is the ****
User avatar #24 to #23 - helenwheels
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why be proud of something you didn't work for?
User avatar #25 to #24 - bostonbruins
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That's like saying, "Why do you use and enjoy a website you didn't help design?"
User avatar #26 to #25 - helenwheels
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No, its not like saying that at all. its like saying why be proud of using a website simply because you use it because lots of people worked hard to make it.
User avatar #28 to #26 - bostonbruins
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America is my birthplace, my home, and my country. I have pride in my country, and i would fight and die for my country. Anybody who doesn't have pride in their own country, is a scumbag in my opinion.
User avatar #29 to #28 - helenwheels
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I think you and I have different perceptions of pride. Its okay to have a sense of love and loyalty to your country. But for me pride comes from personal achievement.
User avatar #30 to #29 - bostonbruins
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Yea, your'e right, loyalty and respect are probably better words to use.
User avatar #31 to #30 - helenwheels
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glad we worked this out.
User avatar #32 to #31 - bostonbruins
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A simple misunderstanding
#49 to #31 - ninivr
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Dear helenwheels, your country is about to be invaded!
User avatar #55 to #49 - SquishyHaribo
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by freedom?
User avatar #20 to #18 - geomancer
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Because underneath the corruption, lies, and ignorance I've known since I've been born, the people in this country still have an independent, creative spirit down there somewhere despite all our attempts to destroy it this century.
User avatar #65 to #18 - dtcrawl
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It's a beautiful place, and I love what it stands for. Sure, it's a little outdated, but it is the land of the free. I love the idea of independence and liberty, even if our politicians have kinda watered down the idea. The mountains and beaches are beautiful, and people are so friendly here (compared to Europe, in my experience). The culture is wonderful, and America in general, has some of the greatest artists, literature, movies, and television. Besides Doctor Who of course.


I love America, but I hate American politicians
User avatar #98 to #18 - dadsabrat
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Personally, I hate it. I'm almost 5 months pregnant and just got a bill from like 3 months ago when I had to go to the hospital cuz I thought I lost my baby. The bill was over $2000 because insurance refuses to pay for anything pertaining to my pregnancy. That's one of the main things insurance doesn't cover is pregnancy. Also, my regular dr visit costs are adding up to the point that idk if I can have any medical care the rest of my pregnancy or even have the baby anywhere but at home.
User avatar #306 to #98 - meganinja
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you do realize that there are countless medical plans that do cover pregnancy don't you?
out of all the things people say they don't like about America, the fact that we don't have free healthcare annoys me the most because it's irrelevant. Whatever the free healthcare covers is going to come out of everybody's income in taxes anyways, so go get yourself some insurance that covers pregnancy next time you think you're going to have a baby.
User avatar #313 to #306 - dadsabrat
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I don't want free healthcare like that and be one of those worthless people living off the government when it's not the 'norm' to do so.
And i thought I had insurance that covered the baby. It was the insurance company that decided not to cover me.
User avatar #314 to #313 - meganinja
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Well I don't really see how that's America's fault then.
User avatar #19 to #18 - sidathon
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He's a patriot like many of us.
User avatar #21 to #19 - SquishyHaribo
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that's like saying "Because."
#22 to #21 - sidathon
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Exactly my point, people are patriots.... because. End. Done. Full stop. Capiche?
#97 - ninivr
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I don't think that people from United States are stupid, or ignorant, as it's being said on the internet.
I think that "americans" have simply become intellectually lazy.
They continuously repeat the same old things, always, ...about "freedom" and "democracy", without knowing what they're really talking about;
They consider "freedom" as an ideology, rather than as a way of being;
They want to export democracy, but their political system is by far the less democratic in all the western world.
...in the past the United States of America has been the greatest nation in the world, and the problem isn't that it's "been ruined by the recent kim jongistrations"...
the problem is that, intellectually, in the last century it hasn't changed at all...
I love the USA, I really do! ...I love their culture, their cities... and even their people, but it's really sad seeing what they have become...

...sorry for the long post... i didn't forced you to read..! =)
User avatar #117 to #97 - lolzponies
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to be honest as a well educated highschooler
i.e. reading a dam book every once in awhile and payying attention in history
I understand why we've kinda gone to the pitts
User avatar #132 to #117 - cabbagemayhem
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Cool story, bro. Next time, perhaps conceal your attempt to get attention by explaining your actual viewpoint on why things kinda gone to the pits.
User avatar #135 to #132 - lolzponies
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How was I trying to be a attention whore exactly
if anything your failing at being a troll
#181 to #97 - nitsuan
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I love my country and all I can say is the sooner we remove our idiot officials, reform our government, and the kids learn to partake in education once again we can get things to stop being so damn disappointing around here.
User avatar #213 to #97 - themanta
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www.youtube.com/watch?v=h__uutzcQXc

this sums up the sentiment nicely, i think.
#298 to #97 - anon id: 502bfc1c
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As a full blooded Native American I can't stand it here, to watch my land run by mix bloods and The killers that took this from me and my kind.
#125 to #97 - goodgirlkrystal
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as an educated american i agree with you. People have let their idiocy and ignorance reign them. and i come from a "hillbilly redneck" town.
#99 to #97 - alphajunk
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Whatever you just said, i agree. I love this country too.
#124 to #97 - bitchpleaseshutup
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For that we thank you
For that we thank you
#139 to #97 - secondlawprevails
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In all seriousness though, I completely agree with you.
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#107 to #54 - wrigcon
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how about Erica?
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User avatar #90 to #54 - snowshark
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I know a guy called Eric.

He's a dick.
User avatar #113 to #90 - xXHuNtAhXx
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I know a guy named Eric too.

He's black.
User avatar #116 to #113 - snowshark
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So is my Eric.

Is your Eric a dick too?
User avatar #118 to #116 - xXHuNtAhXx
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Sort of.
User avatar #120 to #118 - snowshark
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Tell Eric I said hi.
User avatar #122 to #120 - xXHuNtAhXx
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Alright.
User avatar #57 to #54 - secretdestroyers
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God bless Eric!
#131 - drmrniceguy
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Comment Picture
User avatar #159 to #131 - thegentleluger
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TF2 Text
#175 to #159 - drmrniceguy
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Indeed. want some xbox 360 text?

(convection)
#60 - schlecht
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#133 - ratytang
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Typing United States of Australia
#153 to #133 - anon id: 38c17842
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Flag-ception?
User avatar #194 to #153 - valigar
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its ok- i didnt thumb you down anon.
#134 to #133 - ratytang
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#172 - FartFetish
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#3 - communistlover
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And this was posted yesterday.
#85 - mariasaturnina
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This is also found if you google &quot;amurica&quot;.
This is also found if you google "amurica".