Poor Pedro. 50% OC and an anime reference but dancing taco.. I wish my acadamy was financially itable these ratings are taban high. ~'murica. si
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#15 - lordbyronxiv
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(12/19/2012) [-]
~'murica.
User avatar #94 to #15 - admiralen
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atleast more then 50% of our population have access to the internet
#102 to #15 - tomoon
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GDP average per person.
Also HDI (Highest; Life Expectancy, Education and Income)
User avatar #18 to #15 - thejellybear
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I thumbed you up because funny
#47 to #18 - lordbyronxiv
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I laughed because true.

4,000,000 + 3,000,000 + 2,000,000 + 2,000,000 + 1,000,000 + 600,000 + 500,000 + 400,000 + 300,000 + 300,000 + 300,000 = 14,400,000 < 14,991,300

even if you round up all their gdps, added them up, and didnt round up ours, they still come up short.
User avatar #115 to #47 - thejellybear
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Oh, I wasn't saying it wasn't true. I just thought it was funny.
User avatar #97 to #47 - butonmethitis
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It is based on how the GDP is per capita. Also how stable the economy is based on the inflation or possible deflation.
#46 to #15 - worldofwarcraftdog
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#48 to #15 - comradewinter
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Well, their debt more than covers for their GDP. We're talking 16 trillion here, so the US wouldn't be able to pay it off even if they force all the citizens to donate all their money made on a year.
User avatar #50 to #48 - lordbyronxiv
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you speak as if the other nations dont have debt? the other nations' debts combined faaaar outdo the US'. The UK alone 'owes' almost 10 trillion, at a whopping 160,000 US dollars of dept per person.
#52 to #50 - comradewinter
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Not really. I thought that number was a bit high, so I checked up on it.

Seems like the UK owes about 1.3 trillion USD, not even close to 10 trillion.

Of course, all these countries have debt, but the US is far away from every other country on this planet. GDP speaking they are only close to China, they're far ahead from every other country, though.
#54 to #52 - lordbyronxiv
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?? UK owes 9,836,000,000,000 US dollars in external debt. China is the only country that comes close to rivaling the US financially, and theyre still pretty far from catching up. That's why the US is still the only real world SuperPower, with India and China being the only other countries that are even close.
#75 to #54 - comradewinter
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Oops, that was the national debt I was checking.

Anyway, excluding the UK, the US still has a staggering debt. The economy is still in minus, so even if you have a higher GDP doesn't necessarily mean the citizens have more money.
User avatar #85 to #15 - yacca
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tbh, GDP doesn't mean much if 1% of the population owns 95% of wealth (and I'm not saying that just for the US). It's more about the quality of living in these countries that makes them stand up from the rest. We all know that economic indicators can be deceitful as hell.
#55 - DivineInfinity
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#69 to #55 - alexeilvlrussian
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Ahahahaha, nice one!
Ahahahaha, nice one!
User avatar #84 to #69 - shadovfox
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A quick question, who is that on the picture?
#93 to #84 - shedbanger
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He's Varg Vikernes; Burzum main man, ex Mayhem (due to murdering his bandmate), church burner, black metal legend and pretty much the most notorious bloke in metal.
User avatar #107 to #93 - shadovfox
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was that i thought, but wasn't sure
#64 to #55 - babyanalraper
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Best comment of the day!
#2 - robbayyy
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I wish I lived in Scandinavia so I could be rich and a viking :(
User avatar #81 to #2 - daentraya
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Oh, and we arent viking. Most people dont even know what winter solstice is. ******* christianity took over that. But then again, people here are pretty hush about their religion
#11 to #2 - kaarvaag
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It's overrated. Unless you moved to places far from the "big" cities. Then it's actually pretty nice
User avatar #76 to #11 - KellyisAwesome
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Pfftt..
#22 to #2 - anon id: 612094d2
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Im from Denmark. Dont come, its cold n ****
User avatar #89 to #2 - dooblydoo
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"The Vikings (from Old Norse víkingr) were the Norse explorers, warriors, merchants, and pirates who raided, traded, explored and settled in wide areas of Europe, Asia and the North Atlantic islands from the late 8th to the mid-11th century"

Sorry we're all out of vikings..
User avatar #80 to #2 - daentraya
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We pay 125% for most stuff, but to make up for that, I've gotten 3 operations for free, as well as my braces and everything, as well as free transportation to a school some hours away costing around 100 dollars each way.
You may not feel rich, but you'll feel rather safe.
User avatar #3 to #2 - reican
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you would feel rich.. until you see the prices on things.
#6 to #3 - anon id: f20b0b0d
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yeah, the prices on healthcare and education are so ******* high
User avatar #7 to #6 - reican
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Prices on everything. If you buy Norwegian salmon say 1 pound. and it costs 10 NoK to buy it in say.. almost anywhere outside Scandinavia. Buy it on Norway from which the same type of salmon is being exported from it costs 50 NoK
User avatar #58 to #6 - incrediblemoose
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Lol no, everything EXCEPT healthcare and education is expensive. I live in Trondheim myself, the most expensive city in the world.

But, it's pretty good travelling as norwegian though. Everything is ******* super-cheap.
#17 to #6 - anon id: fe0b1d5b
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They are free. We pay taxes, tho', if that's what you had in mind.
#98 - snowshark
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*sigh* See Australia, Canada? Your brother The USA spent all his money Twinkies, Guns and Rap music. I trust you'll never disown your family like him. Now he just gets drunk and starts fights with countries less fortunate than himself.

But we still love him as only a motherland can.
User avatar #111 to #98 - veryevilmen
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and we don't even have twinkies anymore. Are these truly end times?
User avatar #113 to #111 - snowshark
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Dunno. I've never seen a Twinkie outside of North America. I don't think the rest of the world has a taste for them. The food laws in the E.U. are a lot stricter too so I don't think a lot of the food that you get in America would end up overseas in the same form that it is in America.

E.G: We have crisps over here (you'd call them Chips) that have three ingredients. Salt, Oil and Potatoes. -And- they fill the bags up.

I figure that if the rest of the world can survive without Twinkies, our strange child, America will manage. Especially now that Anonymous have decided to wipe that unsightly stain from existence (The WBC).
#29 - underwaterbasket
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Oh ya? Well what does their country's freedom index look like huh ? Huh ? HUH? AMERRRICCCUUUUHHH!!! "Muh freedoms"
#34 to #29 - anon id: 4d056575
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Holland > USA
This is in aspect of freedom, dept and human + social rights
#67 to #29 - anon id: bb1cd335
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fail.
#42 to #29 - lordbyronxiv
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dont listen to him Lincoln!! FEERRHDOM
dont listen to him Lincoln!! FEERRHDOM
User avatar #39 to #29 - datargumme
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USA is 47th in press freedom.
USA is 19th in democratic freedom.
And 10th in economic freedom.

The scandinavian countries are the leading in most of the freedom index.
#61 to #39 - jakols
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The government knows what we will do if they try to even remotely suppress our freedom.
then we'll take it back... viking style
#41 - izdabomb
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&quot;No, not AA. AAA.&quot;   
&quot;Yeah that's what I said. AA, eh?&quot;
"No, not AA. AAA."
"Yeah that's what I said. AA, eh?"
#23 - jebusjabarty
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#1 - lambofgodftw
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LOL greece
#30 - fuzionsauce
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