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|#7 - Also, Military doesn't dictate where they get deployed, that's…||12/25/2014 on US battle plan:||0|
|#6 - I reeeeally hope you're trolling and not actually that stupid.…||12/25/2014 on US battle plan:||+1|
|#8 - The issue was more of the fact that the US (Colonies) had no r… [+] (8 new replies)||12/25/2014 on children||+32|
#88 - Loppytaffy (12/26/2014) [-]
Actually, America would have been given independance a few years later (like Canada did) because England didn't have enough money to keep the bigger colonies in the empire.
England wanted to keep America, America was England's baby that was fought tooth an nail for againt France, Spain, Italian colony of unknown region, Germanic colony (probably Saxony or Hesse), Sweden (and Finland but at that time wasn't a country so said Sweden), and Netherlands. It wasn't a case of going in and overruling the less militarily advanced countries (India, Africa, Seychelles etc), and it wasn't a war trophy (parts of France, Spain, Italy ect), and it really hurt that America wanted war- look how much England is trying to still look after America despite everything.
However, the British Empire was failing, and America had to go, it was just infortunate that America turned nasty before a peaceful independance could be met.
#19 - donbionicle (12/25/2014) [-]
In terms of what? Political clout? Natural resources? Military strength? There's no way to judge how any of that might have been developed to this point had the US remained a part of the Commonwealth. The US could be little more than a bigger, more Spanish-speaking version of Canada for all we know. And that's ignoring any outside influence from other countries.
|#221 - This is why you're going to start seeing people being a lot mo…||12/15/2014 on The Media||+1|
|#5 - read it again buddy... they got the same positions as the men … [+] (3 new replies)||12/12/2014 on Equality||+315|
#95 - anonymous (12/13/2014) [-]
feminists dont read
#96 - anonymous (12/13/2014) [-]
feminist =/= feminazi
#109 - anonymous (12/13/2014) [-]
If they willingly associate themselves with sjws, then I will call them whatever the fuck I want.
|#252 - What the **** ..?||11/25/2014 on Are you ready for a trip?||+2|
|#14 - When another nation lands on the ******* moon, th… [+] (26 new replies)||11/19/2014 on If moonlanding was to...||+219|
#180 - anonymous (11/20/2014) [-]
Your nationality can change, your race cannot.
But it doesn't really matter, because a german working for americans, paid by americans, in america will make everything he makes (even if completely, and not in a group where he wouldn't even really matter).
#186 - anonymous (11/20/2014) [-]
Aren't pretty much most of today's countries too?
#202 - anonymous (11/20/2014) [-]
Depends on your understanding of "modern". If you say from 1770 it's modern, then i guess you might be right. Otherwise no.
The way america was founded is not the last nor was the first.
Most countries that exist today fromed from different nations merging together, or nations wandering to new places.
#204 - anonymous (11/20/2014) [-]
Where did you get that from? America was not the first and like i said not even the last.
#207 - anonymous (11/20/2014) [-]
the USA was the first on the Americas, in Europe the first one goes back as far as year 300 San Marino. In Asia it could be Vietnam. (goes back even more)
Immigrants are the basics of EVERY COUNTRY EVER MADE... pretty much.
#211 - anonymous (11/20/2014) [-]
do you even know what immigrant means?
my understanding you use immigrants here to describe people from different nations/culture founding a country... right? because that's basically every country ever.
also you asked "first".
#40 - isabitofaplonker (11/19/2014) [-]
Besides, the fact that you're pretty edgy about it kinda makes me wonder what you're so fussed about.
Your moms vagina shat you out in good ol USA and you live a vicarious existence acting as if achievements done by people attribute directly to you?
In other words narcissistic patriotism that gives in to the stereotype of arrogant
Americans who, like Rome in it's last days are hopelessly infatuated with past glories because their future is empty and irrelevant.
#45 - mathmanchris (11/19/2014) [-]
Outch man, that hurt.
Also don't tell him that most influential science came from Europe at the time (and still does). Americans aren't good at rocket science, see Climate Orbiter, a 125 million dollar project literally blown to pieces because those retards used non-metric units.
#212 - isabitofaplonker (11/20/2014) [-]
I think it's best not to waste time trying to point out anything related to patriotism being stupid because Americans are probably the most patriotic industrialized country in the west, not to mention the most religiously orientated.
I think it's sad because I genuinely like their optimistic straightforward attitudes and they are much more sincere and well meaning than British people who I find fucking two faced and annoying being an ex-pat who doesn't live there anymore.
But Americans are utterly behind on so many levels when it comes to human rights, education, health care, discrimination, it's painful to watch honestly I feel sorry for Americans.
Americans don't represent freedom or democracy either, their economy and social policies only caters to the very rich at the expense of the poor and they impose stringent overbearing economic restrictions on their neighbours www.youtube.com/watch?v=oeHzc1h8k7o
I'm sorry if this is offensive because the butthurt on here is pretty horrific.
Why not just accept your country is an evil shithole like everyone else does?
#215 - isabitofaplonker (11/20/2014) [-]
George Carlin, proof that not all Americans are dumbcunts.
#210 - anonymous (11/20/2014) [-]
"However, on September 23, 1999, communication with the spacecraft was lost as the spacecraft went into orbital insertion, due to ground-based computer software which produced output in non-SI units of pound-seconds (lbf×s) instead of the metric units of newton-seconds (N×s) specified in the contract between NASA and Lockheed."
In other words, international NASA scientists used SI units and America company Lockheed did not.
Thank you for being a retard and not even investing 3 minutes for research. Next time shut your stupid mouth and leave the talking to less imbecile people. You have a lot of opinion and very little knowlege, that's why nobody takes you seriously. Now piss off, dumbass and get back to playing Pokemon.
#56 - anonymous (11/20/2014) [-]
At least your flag is on the moo-
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