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#173 - Well, in that case, what's up with the European Union? Not eve…  [+] (1 new reply) 22 hours ago on New Fave Movie 0
User avatar #174 - Fjcf (22 hours ago) [-]
As you said, Its not a country, its an organization with its membership open to european nations in which most of Europe chose to be part of it. If it was a country then it would be a different story.
#170 - Well, then that's just how **** is now. **…  [+] (4 new replies) 23 hours ago on New Fave Movie 0
User avatar #172 - Fjcf (23 hours ago) [-]
Its sad to see a country lack so much in national identity that it has to steal the name of its continent to make a name for themselves.
#173 - mrmcput (22 hours ago) [-]
Well, in that case, what's up with the European Union? Not every country in Europe is part of it, so how dare they steal the name of the continent and put it as the title of their organization.
User avatar #174 - Fjcf (22 hours ago) [-]
As you said, Its not a country, its an organization with its membership open to european nations in which most of Europe chose to be part of it. If it was a country then it would be a different story.
User avatar #171 - Fjcf (23 hours ago) [-]
I agree, the whole name is a mouthful, you suck at naming countries. No wonder why there are no language regulators for the english language. Besides most countries actually in America actually call the continent America.
#168 - The simple fact of the matter is that IN ENGLISH, when you are…  [+] (6 new replies) 23 hours ago on New Fave Movie 0
User avatar #169 - Fjcf (23 hours ago) [-]
The term Americas was invented just to get around the fact that the US stole the bloody name and then Europe just jumped on the bandwagon and spread that shit all over.
#170 - mrmcput (23 hours ago) [-]
Well, then that's just how shit is now. Fucking get over it. No matter how much you bitch and moan about how it isn't "correct" it's not going to change. Since saying The United States of America is a mouthful, everybody either shortens it to US or to America.
User avatar #172 - Fjcf (23 hours ago) [-]
Its sad to see a country lack so much in national identity that it has to steal the name of its continent to make a name for themselves.
#173 - mrmcput (22 hours ago) [-]
Well, in that case, what's up with the European Union? Not every country in Europe is part of it, so how dare they steal the name of the continent and put it as the title of their organization.
User avatar #174 - Fjcf (22 hours ago) [-]
As you said, Its not a country, its an organization with its membership open to european nations in which most of Europe chose to be part of it. If it was a country then it would be a different story.
User avatar #171 - Fjcf (23 hours ago) [-]
I agree, the whole name is a mouthful, you suck at naming countries. No wonder why there are no language regulators for the english language. Besides most countries actually in America actually call the continent America.
#166 - English is a Germanic language.  [+] (1 new reply) 23 hours ago on New Fave Movie -1
#167 - Fjcf (23 hours ago) [-]
I meant universal academic language. But if you are still not satisfied.
#162 - Also, the map isn't in English.  [+] (10 new replies) 23 hours ago on New Fave Movie -1
User avatar #164 - Fjcf (23 hours ago) [-]
Its latin, its universal.
#168 - mrmcput (23 hours ago) [-]
The simple fact of the matter is that IN ENGLISH, when you are referring to North Central, and South America as a whole, you say, the Americas. IN ENGLISH, when you are referring to Canada, the United States, and Mexico as a whole, you say North America. IN ENGLISH, when you are referring to the countries in between North and South America as a whole you say Central America, and finally, when you are referring to the countries in South America, IN ENGLISH, you say South America. The word "America" when used IN ENGLISH refers to The United States of America, it's literally the same thing, minus The, United, and States. Why the fuck are you people so against it when it's universally accepted?
User avatar #169 - Fjcf (23 hours ago) [-]
The term Americas was invented just to get around the fact that the US stole the bloody name and then Europe just jumped on the bandwagon and spread that shit all over.
#170 - mrmcput (23 hours ago) [-]
Well, then that's just how shit is now. Fucking get over it. No matter how much you bitch and moan about how it isn't "correct" it's not going to change. Since saying The United States of America is a mouthful, everybody either shortens it to US or to America.
User avatar #172 - Fjcf (23 hours ago) [-]
Its sad to see a country lack so much in national identity that it has to steal the name of its continent to make a name for themselves.
#173 - mrmcput (22 hours ago) [-]
Well, in that case, what's up with the European Union? Not every country in Europe is part of it, so how dare they steal the name of the continent and put it as the title of their organization.
User avatar #174 - Fjcf (22 hours ago) [-]
As you said, Its not a country, its an organization with its membership open to european nations in which most of Europe chose to be part of it. If it was a country then it would be a different story.
User avatar #171 - Fjcf (23 hours ago) [-]
I agree, the whole name is a mouthful, you suck at naming countries. No wonder why there are no language regulators for the english language. Besides most countries actually in America actually call the continent America.
#166 - mrmcput (23 hours ago) [-]
English is a Germanic language.
#167 - Fjcf (23 hours ago) [-]
I meant universal academic language. But if you are still not satisfied.
#161 - Jesus ******* Christ. The map is hundreds of year…  [+] (2 new replies) 23 hours ago on New Fave Movie -1
#165 - Fjcf (23 hours ago) [-]
User avatar #163 - Fjcf (23 hours ago) [-]
Thats because the US arbitrarily stole the name and put it in their name.
#143 - USA = America If you're talking about the continents, you …  [+] (15 new replies) 04/16/2014 on New Fave Movie -1
#160 - Fjcf (04/17/2014) [-]
nope
#162 - mrmcput (23 hours ago) [-]
Also, the map isn't in English.
User avatar #164 - Fjcf (23 hours ago) [-]
Its latin, its universal.
#168 - mrmcput (23 hours ago) [-]
The simple fact of the matter is that IN ENGLISH, when you are referring to North Central, and South America as a whole, you say, the Americas. IN ENGLISH, when you are referring to Canada, the United States, and Mexico as a whole, you say North America. IN ENGLISH, when you are referring to the countries in between North and South America as a whole you say Central America, and finally, when you are referring to the countries in South America, IN ENGLISH, you say South America. The word "America" when used IN ENGLISH refers to The United States of America, it's literally the same thing, minus The, United, and States. Why the fuck are you people so against it when it's universally accepted?
User avatar #169 - Fjcf (23 hours ago) [-]
The term Americas was invented just to get around the fact that the US stole the bloody name and then Europe just jumped on the bandwagon and spread that shit all over.
#170 - mrmcput (23 hours ago) [-]
Well, then that's just how shit is now. Fucking get over it. No matter how much you bitch and moan about how it isn't "correct" it's not going to change. Since saying The United States of America is a mouthful, everybody either shortens it to US or to America.
User avatar #172 - Fjcf (23 hours ago) [-]
Its sad to see a country lack so much in national identity that it has to steal the name of its continent to make a name for themselves.
#173 - mrmcput (22 hours ago) [-]
Well, in that case, what's up with the European Union? Not every country in Europe is part of it, so how dare they steal the name of the continent and put it as the title of their organization.
User avatar #174 - Fjcf (22 hours ago) [-]
As you said, Its not a country, its an organization with its membership open to european nations in which most of Europe chose to be part of it. If it was a country then it would be a different story.
User avatar #171 - Fjcf (23 hours ago) [-]
I agree, the whole name is a mouthful, you suck at naming countries. No wonder why there are no language regulators for the english language. Besides most countries actually in America actually call the continent America.
#166 - mrmcput (23 hours ago) [-]
English is a Germanic language.
#167 - Fjcf (23 hours ago) [-]
I meant universal academic language. But if you are still not satisfied.
#161 - mrmcput (23 hours ago) [-]
Jesus fucking Christ. The map is hundreds of years old. Nowadays, everybody who says "America" is referring to the United States. Will you assholes get that through your thick skulls already?
#165 - Fjcf (23 hours ago) [-]
User avatar #163 - Fjcf (23 hours ago) [-]
Thats because the US arbitrarily stole the name and put it in their name.
#819 - Seriously? Well **** .  [+] (1 new reply) 04/16/2014 on 404 title not found 0
#825 - iamnuff (04/16/2014) [-]
it's not just what they say, it's how they say it.

like when you can HEAR the capital letter in "God" or "His" when a particularly crazy preacher is preaching at you (TV evangelists, for example)

it's the "Founding Fathers" "Fathers of this Great Nation"

#812 - Literally everything I said, except the part about servicemen …  [+] (3 new replies) 04/16/2014 on 404 title not found 0
#818 - iamnuff (04/16/2014) [-]
seriously? i have and i haven't even been to america.

every single time someone says "George Washington wouldn't have stood for this" or "This isn't what they would have wanted" or such.

it's pretty fucking creepy to an outsider, i have to admit.
#819 - mrmcput (04/16/2014) [-]
Seriously? Well shit.
#825 - iamnuff (04/16/2014) [-]
it's not just what they say, it's how they say it.

like when you can HEAR the capital letter in "God" or "His" when a particularly crazy preacher is preaching at you (TV evangelists, for example)

it's the "Founding Fathers" "Fathers of this Great Nation"

#805 - We Americans live an breath patriotism. >We have firea…  [+] (5 new replies) 04/16/2014 on 404 title not found +2
#809 - iamnuff (04/16/2014) [-]
the sad part is that some of those are actually true.

the bit about the founding fathers and the servicemen. it's kinda creepy actually, like a cult or something.
#812 - mrmcput (04/16/2014) [-]
Literally everything I said, except the part about servicemen was a joke. I haven't met a single person who actually worships the founding fathers.
#818 - iamnuff (04/16/2014) [-]
seriously? i have and i haven't even been to america.

every single time someone says "George Washington wouldn't have stood for this" or "This isn't what they would have wanted" or such.

it's pretty fucking creepy to an outsider, i have to admit.
#819 - mrmcput (04/16/2014) [-]
Seriously? Well shit.
#825 - iamnuff (04/16/2014) [-]
it's not just what they say, it's how they say it.

like when you can HEAR the capital letter in "God" or "His" when a particularly crazy preacher is preaching at you (TV evangelists, for example)

it's the "Founding Fathers" "Fathers of this Great Nation"

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