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#58 - This is what I don't understand about Americans. You …  [+] (9 new replies) 01/16/2014 on Margarita Anyone? +2
#59 - asasinmonkey (01/16/2014) [-]
You don't just leave your home country because you dont agree with what they are doing. You try and change the things that are wrong man. Do you abandon your house because it has termites? No. Running from problems does not change them. It only shows you dont have what it takes to face them. If i have a problem with something my government does i protest or try and raise awareness. Not just move somewhere the fuck else.

Also their are rights my goverment protects that most others dont so...
#62 - tyraxio (01/16/2014) [-]
Also addendum to my other comment;

You protest if you dislike minor things about your system, not if you dislike it in it's entirety. I mean, what will you really gain from protesting against the American Republican/Democratic chamber? Nothing, because it's such an integrated part of American culture that they will probably always be the two dominant parties.
#60 - tyraxio (01/16/2014) [-]
>implying you will become a politician

What rights? The right to bear arms? That's really the only one I can pin-point that other democratic European nations don't have.

If you don't like the way your country is, yes, you do just move. No reason to stick around with a bunch of shit you dislike. I've been living in London for a year and that was probably the best year of my life.
#95 - asasinmonkey (01/16/2014) [-]
No the right to bear arms is not the only one. I would explain all the things protected here that arent in European nations, but i dont have that much time. Also its not that any one country supports one right or another its that they dont support all the rights i want. Take Germany for example. Its illegal to profess love for nazis . Here i could get a damn swastika tatted on me and walk down the street. While that may not seem like much it means i have the true right to freedom of speech not some abridged bullshit "right".

Also im sorry that your such a defeatist. Im not prepared to throw the baby out with the bathwater. Im not gonna leave my home because i dont like what my current elected officials are doing. Im sorry that id rather stay and fight for change rather than running away and taking the easy way out. Nothing good and life is easy. Why would this be any diffferent?
#96 - tyraxio (01/16/2014) [-]
Why are you so protective, dude? I'm just chatting with you.

Germany is very criticised of the rule saying you can't express nazi views. I don't think that's right, either. People should be let free to believe whatever they want as long as they don't harm anyone in doing so. Considering Germanys past (they do still suffer from a fear for it to happen again) I do understand though, but in most other European countries, you can express whatever the hell you want. In fact, a Scandinavian country was voted as the "free-est" country in the world, which is interesting considering we have much higher taxes and America has such a "free" complex.

I'm not trying to insult either you or your nation, and I'm not asking you to give up anything, I just think it's about personal happiness, and if I found that the Japanese social system was better for me (although, I doubt it. The western world is a bit more updated in regards to some degree of state-help and such) I would move to Japan. No need for me to attack the nation I already live in if I already know that what I want exists somewhere else. I'm also not going to turn my country into an "America" because I like the way America is. I already know the language, so that's not at all a problem, so I can move straight on in. There's no need for that sense of "honor", that you should not flee, I mean, just do whatever will make you happier.
#97 - asasinmonkey (01/16/2014) [-]
Im actually trying to not be super agro about this and i appreciate your calm demeanor. Its a rare occurrence anywhere on the net these days. My point is simply that its better to improve your country than to just leave it. Too many people here and other sites i frequent always ask why it is Americans dont just leave if we dont like the government. I agree that many countries do a lot of things better than we do but thats not a reason to leave. Also as far as countries being declared "freeer" than the USA im pretty sure thats a real hard thing to quantify.
#98 - tyraxio (01/16/2014) [-]
I think the exact study was happier, but I'm implying that freedom makes happiness. I mean, not being free very rarely leads to a happy population. I mean, if you want to work on America because they have some core values that you don't wish to leave, then that's cool, it just seems silly when you are really like "the others are definately better, so I must make my country like it". If that's the case, just roll with it and move, you are not going to succeed making your country like the other one in your lifetime anyway.
#99 - asasinmonkey (01/16/2014) [-]
Nah its not like that at all. My main problems with america are actually that we are moving away form the ideas of the founding fathers. I disagree with the government infringing on my protected rights. The real core values i support. Not the values of the "two" political parties (even though they have different names anyone who pays attention realizes they are exactly the same track record wise.)
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User avatar #125 - screamy (01/10/2014) [-]
Or maybe it doesn't take her all day to read a book?

I get what yer saying but.
#148 - tyraxio (01/14/2014) [-]
I think you're overinterpreting now. I doubt the point of the comic was to show that the guy was a slow reader.
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#104 - Aye, in Denmark, the price (talking in regards to percent) the… 01/09/2014 on Whiskey 0
#94 - It is in Denmark. What is the cheapest alcohol in the US?  [+] (2 new replies) 01/09/2014 on Whiskey 0
User avatar #99 - useroftheLOLZ (01/09/2014) [-]
Isotropic ethanol. Nah, I'm fucking with you. As for brews, wines, and shit like that, it's beer, we have so many god damn breweries in the US. As for spirits, Vodka is actually incredibly cheep in America, because you don't really need to age it. You can also get Whisky on the cheep, but it tastes like motor oil, and its only palatable if you mix it in lemonade or some shit like that.
#104 - tyraxio (01/09/2014) [-]
Aye, in Denmark, the price (talking in regards to percent) the cheapest are beer and vodka.
#81 - >implying vodka is not the cheapest alcohol on the market  [+] (4 new replies) 01/09/2014 on Whiskey +3
#85 - anonymous (01/09/2014) [-]
That is correct, vodka is not the cheapest alcohol on the market.
#94 - tyraxio (01/09/2014) [-]
It is in Denmark.

What is the cheapest alcohol in the US?
User avatar #99 - useroftheLOLZ (01/09/2014) [-]
Isotropic ethanol. Nah, I'm fucking with you. As for brews, wines, and shit like that, it's beer, we have so many god damn breweries in the US. As for spirits, Vodka is actually incredibly cheep in America, because you don't really need to age it. You can also get Whisky on the cheep, but it tastes like motor oil, and its only palatable if you mix it in lemonade or some shit like that.
#104 - tyraxio (01/09/2014) [-]
Aye, in Denmark, the price (talking in regards to percent) the cheapest are beer and vodka.
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User avatar #68 - jmmora (01/07/2014) [-]
well, the allies still won tho
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fuck!! i read it like "no love for my favorite musician"
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#147 - Kanji is an updated version of Hanzi that the Japane… 12/27/2013 on Brake 0
#143 - What. Hanzi is the traditional Chinese alphabet, Kanj…  [+] (2 new replies) 12/27/2013 on Brake +2
User avatar #144 - redstonealchemist (12/27/2013) [-]
kanji is what the japanese call hanzi. the japanese call the english alphabet romaji and the japanese have two specific written languages called katakana and hiragana
#147 - tyraxio (12/27/2013) [-]
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kanji

Kanji is an updated version of Hanzi that the Japanese took into using.
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