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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#1 - anon id: 69c4f82d
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And why is there an American flag there..?
User avatar #3 to #1 - Trrave
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Is it an American expedition?
#4 to #3 - anon id: 537f95d9
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I don't know. There are many countryes who are claiming to "own" the South pole. Many of those countryes are working and researching the place. Still, I don't see why it's so important to put the flag there. I mean, if there some Americans walking in to my house and put a flag there. They would claim it as a part of the US. Hust like the moon :)
User avatar #5 to #4 - Trrave
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I don't think it is so much of a 'This is now American soil" type of thing. More just, 'Hey look! We are from the US and we are proud of it". I mean it isn't like they are the Conquistadors or something. I could be wrong, but I believe that is what is going on. And as for the moon, I don't think we ever claimed it. =)
#6 to #5 - anon id: 0ad9b470
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I was joking a little bit around. And I think you understood that ;). I don't know. A few years ago they gifted one of the norwegian "Ski Kings" a part of the moon xD.

#9 to #1 - anon id: 95d85c5b
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Cause we called dibs. Duh. That's why we have our flag on the moon too. It's like back in olden days where the British, French, and Spanish and other countries would stick a flag in the ground and be all "DIBS IN THE NAME OF MY COUNTRY"
#19 to #9 - anon id: 7c9bd690
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Roald Amundsen from Norway was actually the one who called dibs
User avatar #38 to #1 - derangedberger
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Because 'MERICA
User avatar #11 to #1 - iamthou
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User avatar #10 to #1 - Ryukenblaze
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to lay the groundwork when we liberate the hell out of those lil penguin morons
User avatar #12 to #1 - oikake
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It depends on who is currently manning and funding the research station at the south pole, which changes on a 3 yearly basis i think
#17 to #1 - rowdyzorz
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Theres oil under it.
#29 to #17 - sissywoo
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#27 to #17 - corundum
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Comment Picture
#40 to #17 - puredeliciousness
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#18 - bothemastaofall
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Is that your country's flag? I didn't think so.
#46 to #18 - thisotherdude
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I'm sorry, but what exactly do you put on your pancakes again?
User avatar #67 to #46 - thewickedgoose
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Vermont maple syrup
User avatar #47 to #46 - funnyjunktitan
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butter
User avatar #51 to #47 - thisotherdude
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That just sounds nasty.
User avatar #69 to #51 - smokedmeatlog
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Pancakes are cooked with butter and on butter. How is that nasty?
User avatar #74 to #69 - thisotherdude
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It would be dry as **** and tasteless, I just can't imagine pancakes without syrup. There's just something fundamentally wrong with that picture.
User avatar #92 to #74 - XzmanX
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you know butter melts right...
User avatar #97 to #74 - uberkerry
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Google a picture of pancakes. Most of them have butter.
User avatar #159 to #74 - smokedmeatlog
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I put both on; its delicious.
User avatar #91 to #46 - XzmanX
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Freedom.
#114 to #46 - applescryatnight
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even when making an insult you say sorry almost immediately.
User avatar #118 to #114 - thisotherdude
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Well of course, it's a Canadian law.
User avatar #93 to #46 - gameshredder
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I don't eat pancakes.
#20 to #18 - anon id: f4c65683
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I'm sorry, how big was your empire again?
Sincerely, UK
User avatar #21 to #20 - bothemastaofall
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You hear that? IT'S THE SOUND OF ALL YOUR COLONIES LEAVING YOU!
User avatar #120 to #21 - bothemastaofall
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Besides, our empire goes out into ************ SPACE!
User avatar #143 to #120 - stigman **User deleted account**
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ummmm I'm going to go with no it doesn't. CORRECT!
User avatar #147 to #143 - bothemastaofall
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Little known fact: The moon takes its orders from Obama.
User avatar #149 to #147 - stigman **User deleted account**
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America doesn't own the moon and there isn't enough evidence to convince me that a man landed on the moon.
#153 to #149 - bothemastaofall
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If we didn't land on the moon then how come it has this awesome moonmerica bandana?
User avatar #154 to #153 - stigman **User deleted account**
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I'm sorry I can't hear over the sound of my kettle. also the picture is fake.
#161 to #154 - anon id: 4658c998
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Some people are so stupid it makes me laugh.
User avatar #163 to #161 - stigman **User deleted account**
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Like you?
#90 to #21 - shizzlekicks
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I'm sorry who started the industrial revolution? Who invented steam technology? What nationality is Sir Isaac Newton? What nationality is Charles Darwin?

The answer to all of these is Great Britain!
User avatar #102 to #90 - smokedmeatlog
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Are you Newton? Are you Darwin? No. You can't use a single person to represent a single country unless their contributions only helped that particular country and none other.
User avatar #125 to #102 - bothemastaofall
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Dude don't stop the retarded nationalist train. I'M MURICANINAN it up in here!
User avatar #109 to #102 - shizzlekicks
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Those people were genius'. They were the first people in their field to change the way society thought about the world. Society previously believed religion was the reason behind everything for 1700 years and these genius' managed to change everyone's perspective with their findings. So that is why I am proud they're British.
User avatar #112 to #109 - smokedmeatlog
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But being British has nothing to do with it, so you cannot include it in your argument. Would they be any less of geniuses if they were born in America from the same parents and got the same basic education?
User avatar #119 to #112 - shizzlekicks
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The reason why they were able to do all of this research was because every other country in the world had religious figures controlling over scientific research and if it went against religious teachings then they would destroy their experiment. In Britain the religious figures allowed scientific research to be carried out and they were allowed to publish their findings. Also the aristocracy invested in steam technology and what happened? We became the wealthiest country in the world. What did the aristocracy of other countries do about steam technology? They kept their money and thought it wouldn't catch on therefore they weren't able to develop and progress as a nation unlike Great Britain!
User avatar #141 to #119 - smokedmeatlog
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You're telling me that Britain was the only country who allowed scientists to publish their findings in the 1800's? (when Darwin was alive)
User avatar #156 to #141 - shizzlekicks
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Look I can't see us agreeing with each other. I'm agreeing to us disagreeing and that's that.
User avatar #158 to #156 - smokedmeatlog
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Agreed.
User avatar #56 to #20 - loomiss
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I'm sorry how big was your empire again?
Sincerely, Mongols.
User avatar #79 to #20 - misticalz
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I'm sorry, how big was your empire again?

Sincerely, Alexander the Great.
#116 to #20 - pokemonstheshiz
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#146 to #20 - anon id: 1a11e399
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Emphasis on WAS
#136 to #20 - anon id: 896343dc
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I'm sorry how big was your empire again?
Sincerely, Romans.
User avatar #135 to #20 - defender
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I'm sorry, how big was your empire again?

Sincerely, The Galactic Empire
User avatar #72 to #20 - smokedmeatlog
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Is that why we kicked your ass out of our country?
User avatar #75 to #72 - smokedmeatlog
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And why you failed in the War of 1812?
User avatar #76 to #75 - ferrettamer
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>Thinks America won 1812
User avatar #80 to #76 - smokedmeatlog
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It was a stalmate which is why i said Britain failed, not we won. Britain's attempt to retake us failed.
#22 to #20 - anon id: f1d310c7
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Was* being the imperative word for the British Empire.
User avatar #23 to #20 - thetankbeast
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ehm "WAS" keyword there buddy-boy. Now stay on your island like a good little tea drinker ^.^
Sincerely,
a Somewhat educated "Amerifag"
User avatar #34 to #23 - dickbewt
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I'll gladly stay here and drink tea. And yes. We are silly little island dwellers. And we wouldn't have it any other way. It's baddass.
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#8 to #2 - anon id: fe4c4810
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yes, but you wouldnt be walking around a 360° latitudinal circle.
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User avatar #123 to #105 - DivderOfZero
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Yes but a very very stupid one that you probably only asked because you're >12.
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#142 to #128 - defender
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its nice they let slow people like you enjoy the net
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User avatar #137 to #128 - DivderOfZero
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Then why would you ask such a ridiculously stupid question?
User avatar #55 to #2 - schwerdaddy
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Technically if you used some unorthodox system of the longitudinal lines based around points not at the poles, yes you could.
User avatar #7 to #2 - nexdemise
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Well no, at that point he can walk through every single longitude.
#41 - anon id: 286888ff
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Technically, you could do that anywhere in the world because the South and north Poles are only symbolic and the earth is a sphere... I had to
#99 to #41 - capnwetnipples
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technically you're a faggot
User avatar #60 to #41 - BmanX
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Except the Earth isn't a perfect sphere. It bulges at the equator.
#111 to #60 - gatsu
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except the earth isn't bulged only at the equator but in many points and it's called a geoid.

Pick related, it's the earth.
#94 to #60 - anon id: a9a70d8e
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well the terrain makes it impossible to be a perfect sphere...however, it is overall extremely smooth if we were to hold it in the palm of our hand
User avatar #160 to #94 - BmanX
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I'm not talking about its smoothness. I'm talking about it's overall shape. So, if you shaved the top layer of mountains off, it wouldn't be a sphere. It would be slightly more oval.
User avatar #45 to #41 - poutinesalad
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The south and north poles are not just symbolic. They are the magnetic points of the earth.

Although I get what you're trying to say.
User avatar #48 to #45 - bulbakip
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well maginetally, its not a point, its a small circle on top of the world.

Actually, reading about it just now I'm finding its a lot more complicated than I previously thought. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/North_Magnetic_Pole
User avatar #52 to #48 - winsauceiswin
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yes the poles move lol
#57 to #45 - anon id: 01fd2764
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Nope, magnetic north is not the same as true north
User avatar #58 to #57 - generaljosh
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Both magnetic north and true north have actual meaning. Magnetic north/south are the center of the earth's magnetic fields, and true north/south are the axis about which the earth rotates.
User avatar #61 to #58 - pebar
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I think he means theyre not the same thing. The north pole is actually the magnetic south pole, and the magnetic north pole is in antarctica. Think about it. If you take a compus, the north end of the magnet points north, but keep in mind like ends repel.
User avatar #68 to #61 - smokedmeatlog
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No, compasses take in account for that, but i do see the logic behind your point.
User avatar #78 to #68 - pebar
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"Speaking of flipping, did you know that Earth's North Magnetic Pole is actually a south pole? Huh, what? When compasses were first invented, people noticed that one end of the compass pointed towards the North. They called the end of the compass needle that pointed North the "north end" of the needle (makes sense!). Later, people learned more about magnets. They learned that like ends (a north and a north OR a south and a south) push away from each other. They learned that opposite ends (such as a north and a south) pull toward each other. The needle of a compass is a tiny bar magnet. The north end of the needle is pulled toward Earth's North Magnetic Pole. So the North Magnetic Pole is actually the south pole of Earth's magnetic field. Doesn't that just make your brain ache!"
www.windows2universe.org/earth/Magnetosphere/earth_magnetic_poles.html

I thought this was common knowledge

#88 to #78 - anon id: a9a70d8e
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also pointing out that several geomagnetic reversals take place....magnetic fields change over many years!
User avatar #82 to #78 - smokedmeatlog
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I was told that compasses take in account for this, I apologize.
User avatar #86 to #82 - pebar
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but it's not your fault for not knowing
ignorance =/= stupidity, as long as you have a desire to learn
User avatar #84 to #82 - pebar
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Compasses are extremely simple. The only way they could account for it is if the magnet inside was mislabeled. But today, everyone accepts north is north (can't say it any better) so if compasses did that, people would just get angry.
#62 to #61 - anon id: 787a3082
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go fetch your compus an search for it einstein
User avatar #132 to #61 - DivderOfZero
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No. Antartica has the south pole. Not north.
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Be careful with your titles OP.
#77 - brutusantony
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So I see in the comments at least one large argument about certain countries being better than others...all I have to say is **** all countries in general, they all suck for various reasons lol

pic very related
#83 to #77 - cadaverbox
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We don't want you, you cynical ingrate.
We don't want you, you cynical ingrate.
#85 to #83 - brutusantony
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User avatar #110 to #83 - megatrollinator
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He may be cynical, bit you're the ingrate, you degenerate. All countries suck in various ways. That is not cynicism, that's an obvious fact.
User avatar #121 to #110 - cadaverbox
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You can say all countries have their downfalls but to say "**** all countries" is simply the most ungrateful thing you can ever say, period, you ******* *******. Nobody ever cares about what good countries do. Nobody credits the scientific advancement, artistic achievement, or just sheer innovation of any country. Saying "**** X" or "**** Y" while discrediting how great those things are is just ignorant, and the fact that you stupid ***** don't realize this just shows how much of an intellectual cesspool the Internet is. Stop bitching and start appreciating the grandeur of life and society.
User avatar #131 to #121 - megatrollinator
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I'll appreciate it when they actually talk about it. The very reason these kind of things go unnoticed is because humanity is drawn to negative actions. They thrive on seeing others feel bad, because it makes them feel better about themselves.

I hate just about every country on Earth for their short comings, but I also respect them for their advancements.
User avatar #145 to #131 - cadaverbox
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Well FORGIVE ME for not feeling the need to hate everything.
I APOLOGIZE THAT I'M NOT A HATER.
I APOLOGIZE THAT I'M NOT SELF CONSCIOUS ABOUT MYSELF.
I APOLOGIZE FOR NOT APPRECIATING SCHADENFREUDE FOR THE ULTIMATE FORM OF ENTERTAINMENT IT IS.

you ******* gumps
User avatar #162 to #145 - megatrollinator
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Sarcasm isn't necessary mate. I understand your side, but you don't seem to understand ours.
#117 to #110 - bonibonsiker
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not iceland

iceland is pretty cool

oh and netherlands, legal pot ;)
User avatar #122 to #117 - megatrollinator
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Fair enough, but most countries on earth are full of crap.
China have a One-Child Policy on families.
America tried to pass a gay Marriage Ban Nation Wide.
England has the stupid Royal Family.
And don't even get me started on Germany (No offense to any Ex-Nazi's intended)
#95 - fisheaglee
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So basically he traveled without a passport to most countries then infiltrates north korea, this man has broken soo many laws and is in soo much deep deep ****.
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**Drifter rolled a random image posted in comment #6 at Singing tree... ** How does it feel to put in your place by a ANON??
**Drifter rolled a random image posted in comment #6 at Singing tree... ** How does it feel to put in your place by a ANON??
#129 to #95 - defender
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its a joke stupid
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I wish it was, but he is actually just that stupid.
#134 to #95 - anon id: 4b905f45
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Okay, listen up mother ******. First off, he meant circling around the earths axis of rotation, you dumb bitch. This counts as going around the world as long as that means circling the central rotational point, you stupid cunt. Second, traveling literally around the world at any point would not entail going through every country, in fact, if he were to feel so inclined he could make a globe spanning trip without leaving international water, you flaming dickpillow.
User avatar #126 to #95 - chiefrunnyjeans
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because timezones are countries
#100 to #95 - KungFuZerO
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To travel to a country, you have to cross its borders, not its timezone
Idiot.
#101 to #100 - fisheaglee
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He walked around the world, thus assuming he traveled through all the countries.
#104 to #101 - KungFuZerO
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I dont think you understand how countries work.
timezones maybe, but not countries.
#107 to #104 - fisheaglee
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Show me where he said he could pass in all the timezones in 8 seconds. He wasn't specific enough to say timezones, he just said around the world, which means all of the ************* goddamn countries.
User avatar #124 to #107 - FailureToComply
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I'm not sure what part of this you don't understand..

Countries: Areas of land separated by imaginary border lines, agreed upon through political (and less recently war-related) means. You can find these lines on a map.

Time Zones: 24 areas of the world, split along lines perpendicular to the equator, that converge at either pole (north and south). In each zone, the time is one hour earlier or later than the zone before it, depending on direction of travel. Two zones are separated by the international date line, in which this trend is broken, and you actually move forward/back 23 hours.

In order to travel around the world, you would have to, well, travel around the world. You would need to start at one longitudinal line, and keep going forward until you've arrived back at that line. Normally, this is difficult, however, where those lines meet (at the poles), it is possible in a short amount of time.

Nowhere does he say he is going to visit every country in the world, nowhere does it say he has to cross borders. The entire south pole is located in Antarctica, which (currently) has no established political boundaries. It's cold and ****, no country has successfully colonized it on a large enough scale yet. So, by starting in Antarctica, he can start at latitude 0 degrees, walk across every other imaginary latitudinal line, and arrive at 0 degrees again, successfully completing his trip around the world. He hasn't seen any other countries, and it wasn't an exciting trip, but that's not the ******* point.
#108 to #107 - KungFuZerO
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User avatar #127 to #107 - DivderOfZero
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Please tell me you're trolling or 10.
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User avatar #152 to #107 - pwdreaper
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Show me where he said he could pass in all the COUNTRIES in 8 seconds.
User avatar #148 to #107 - lawlfailwinepic
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(01/17/2013) [-]
Just shut the **** up, you aren't winning.
#103 to #101 - bigralf
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(01/17/2013) [-]
countries are not time zones
#14 - toadsagejiraya
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(01/17/2013) [-]
Dot-MPEG!
#71 - mrlego
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(01/17/2013) [-]
I don't really get it...
I don't really get it...
User avatar #98 to #71 - tazze
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(01/17/2013) [-]
because he's standing where Earth's "axis" is supposed to be, so he thinks walking around the axis is in fact, walking around the world
#157 to #98 - mrlego
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(01/18/2013) [-]
OOOOOOOHHHHHHHHHHHHH......... Thanks man!
#63 - nithorry
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(01/17/2013) [-]
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