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    Quote Originally Posted by Deathsduet View Post
    I myself live in the United States but i am unlike many others do not want to be here, living in this country is like a prison they say you have freedoms and rights, but when it boils down to you needing those rights they act as if you do not have any.
    Sure many Hispanics die for the chance to be in America, sure its a better life then what they had, but nothing changes when they finally get here their back to doing the same thing, working for shit pay, drinking like a fish, nothing changes.

    If i were given the opportunity to leave America I would take it as soon as I was able to, and I don't mean the opportunity as in joining the army, thats just a death sentence waiting to be carried out, I mean the chance to move to another country start over, I would in all honesty move to England, Jamaica, or Japan.
    All 3 wonderful opportunities, I'd really only go to Jamaica because I have some family there, Japan would be more my main choice as I have always been facinated by their history and culture as well as England's.
    if only you had Ussain Bolt, then he could run you over to Jamaica xD

    sorry for the side-talk/stupid comment.
    bye

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    Here is a great example of a socialist country:

    "We swallow greedily any lie that flatters us, but we sip only little by little at a truth we find bitter." ~ Denis Diderot

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    Dude I'm moving to Norway!







    Quote Originally Posted by revengeru View Post
    hey kid, how stupid do you thinck he is?

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    LOl. That's fkin crazy. That prison is freaking crazy, but I can't believe it works... xD

    "Every gun that is made, every warship launched, every rocket fired signifies, in the final sense, a theft from those who hunger and are not fed, those who are cold and are not clothed. This world in arms is not spending money alone. It is spending the sweat of its laborers, the genius of its scientists, the hopes of its children. The cost of one modern heavy bomber is this: a modern brick school in more than 30 cities. It is two electric power plants, each serving a town of 60,000 population. It is two fine, fully equipped hospitals. It is some fifty miles of concrete pavement. We pay for a single fighter plane with a half million bushels of wheat. We pay for a single destroyer with new homes that could have housed more than 8,000 people. This is, I repeat, the best way of life to be found on the road the world has been taking. This is not a way of life at all, in any true sense. Under the cloud of threatening war, it is humanity hanging from a cross of iron."
    - Dwight D. Eisenhower

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paroxysm View Post
    What communist countries have you lived in? My parents lived in Russia while it was still the USSR, everyone had a job, everyone worked, everyone had health care, crime was down, and unfortunately and unsurprisingly political corruption was up. The problem isn't socialism or communism, it's people. Socialism lasted too long in Russia and the move to full-communism was slow. Before you start talking about communist nations, go live in one.
    Well, i was borned in MYANMAR....or BURMA....it is neither communist nor socialism. I think it is military junta or sth like that. For those who dont know what military junta is.... here is the definition

    a government led by a committee of military leaders

    So, it was also not a democracy country where you can say that YOU HATE YOUR LEADER...or sth... And before i moved to singapore, there was a riot or sth like that and we cannot even go out and buy food ....

    Yeah, some communist countries are good and some are bad...I have not experienced them before. So yeah, I thought military junta and communist were the same but apparently they are not....thats why i used the term communist in my last post...I am sorry if i offended communist country...

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    This is a very talked about thread but i still think that canada is Best , and for USA if ur natural born players were any good u would like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paroxysm View Post
    What communist countries have you lived in? My parents lived in Russia while it was still the USSR, everyone had a job, everyone worked, everyone had health care, crime was down, and unfortunately and unsurprisingly political corruption was up. The problem isn't socialism or communism, it's people. Socialism lasted too long in Russia and the move to full-communism was slow. Before you start talking about communist nations, go live in one.
    Seriously paroxysm, not everyone has the same lifestyle. My aunt lived there, and she had to buy diapers on the black market. It was not a good place to live.

    BTW: yeah norway looks nice and all,(beating france is easy, since they have never won a war lol.) But you can't do that with big nations, it just won't work.


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    You put this the wrong way

    There is no need to put it this way. The only thing we are best at is getting things done the right way; were organized. Europe is getting there. Islamic and Arabian countries reject our helping hand, and take it the wrong way, therefore wars break out. We are just quick learners?

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    Great point, I agree. And people are stereotyping Americans as overly-patriotic, fat, stupid, couch potatoes. Well let me tell you, its not the truth. We've had some douche-bag presidents... that's the problem. Like Bush. Hell, every damn republican in the house.

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    Well we carry almost every country, we are not bragging or anything so calm down.

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    usa is the BEST country any one who belives otherwise is a communist

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    Quote Originally Posted by taker65432 View Post
    lol im not terrorist i was born here xD
    then why you asking you stupid enough not to know??? lol

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    Maybe we are a proud nation because we are the creators of almost every convience that you have in your line of sight has something to with this short list of American Inventions.
    1784 Bifocals Benjamin Franklin is usually credited with the creation of the first pair of bifocals in the early 1760's, though the first indication of his double spectacles comes from a political cartoon printed in 1764. A great number of letters and publications from that time period refer to Dr. Franklin's double spectacles, including his first reference to them in a letter dated August 21, 1784.

    1794 Cotton Gin Eli Whitney patents his machine to comb and deseed bolls of cotton. His invention makes possible a revolution in the cotton industry and the rise of "King Cotton" as the main cash crop in the South, but will never make him rich. Instead of buying his machine, farmers built bogus versions of their own. Also lead to the increasing want/need for slave labour.

    1801 Steam-Powered Pumping Station The Fairmount Water Works harnesses steam power to provide water for the city of Philadelphia.

    1803 Spray Gun Dr. Alan de Vilbiss of Toledo, Ohio, invented this device to replace swabs as the method of applying medication to oral and nasal passages.

    1805 Self Propelled A***ibious vehicle Oliver Evans' "Orukter A***ibolos" dredges the waters near the Philadelphia docks. Its steam-powered engine drove either wooden wheels or a paddle wheel. Evans demonstrated his machine in Philadelphia's Center Square, where he passed the hat for money.

    1806 Coffee Pot Coffee drinkers the world over no longer have to chew their brew. Benjamin Thompson, Count Rumford, invents a coffee pot with a metal sieve to strain away the grounds.

    1818 Profile Lathe Thomas Blanchard of Middlebury, Connecticut, builds a woodworking lathe that does the work of 13 men. His invention helps to lower wood prices.

    1831 Reaping Machine The McCormick Reaper, which cut grain much faster than a man with a scythe, failed to catch on. McCormick sold the first unit around 1840; by 1844, only 50 had sold. After taking his operation to Chicago, McCormick prospered. By 1871 his company was selling 10,000 reapers per year.

    1833 Sewing Machine Walter Hunt invents the first lock-stitch sewing machine, but loses interest and does not patent his invention. Later, Elias Howe secures patent on an original lock-stitch machine, but fails to manufacture and sell it. Still later, Isaac Singer infringes on Howe's patent to make his own machine, which makes Singer rich. Hunt also invents the safety pin, which he sells outright for $400.

    1834 Threshing Machine John A. and Hiram Abial Pitts invent a machine that automatically threshes and separates grain from chaff, freeing farmers from a slow and laborious process.

    1836 Revolver To finance the development of his "six shooter," Samuel Colt traveled the lecture circuit, giving demonstrations of laughing gas. Colt's new weapon failed to catch on, and he went bankrupt in 1842 at age 28. He reorganized and sold his first major order to the War Department during the Mexican War in 1846, and went on to become rich.

    1837 Power Tools Thomas Davenport of Brandon, Vermont, is one of the first to find a practical application for the electric motor. He uses a motor he built to power shop machinery and also builds the first electric model railroad car.

    1840 Paint Tube John Rand invents a collapsible metal squeeze tube. The container immediately hits markets in Europe, where it is used to hold and dispense artists' pigments.

    1842 Ether Anesthesia Crawford Williamson Long, of Jefferson, Georgia, performs the first operation using an ether-based anesthesia, when he removes a tumor from the neck of Mr. James Venable. Long will not reveal his discovery until 1849.

    1843 Mechanical Refrigerator American John Gorrie produced the first mechanical refrigeration unit in 1842.

    1846 Cylinder Printing Press Richard M. Hoe creates a revolution in printing by rolling a cylinder over stationary plates of inked type and using the cylinder to make an impression on paper. This eliminated the need for making impressions directly from the type plates themselves, which were heavy and difficult to maneuver.

    1857 Passenger Elevator Safety System Elisha Graves Otis dramatically demonstrates his passenger elevator at the Crystal Palace Exposition in New York by cutting the elevator's cables as it ascends a 300 foot tower. Otis' unique safety braking system prevents the elevator from falling; his business prospects rise.

    1858 Burglar Alarm Edwin T. Holmes of Boston begins to sell electric burglar alarms. Later, his workshop will be used by Alexander Graham Bell as the young Bell pursues his invention of the telephone. Holmes will be the first person to have a home telephone.

    1859 Oil Well Drilling at Titusville, Pennsylvania, "Colonel" Edwin Drake strikes oil at a depth of 69.5 feet. Prior to that, oil, which had been used mostly as a lubricant and lamp fuel, had been obtained only at places where it seeped from the ground. Western Pennsylvania witnesses the world's first oil boom.

    1860 Repeating Rifle B. Tyler Henry, chief designer for Oliver Fisher Winchester's arms company, adapts a breech-loading rifle invented by Walter B. Hunt and creates a new lever action repeating rifle. First known as the Henry, the rifle will soon be famous as simply the Winchester.

    1861 Modern Pin Tumbler Lock Linus Yale Jr. improved upon his father's original design (patented in 1848) in 1861, using a smaller, flat key with serrated edges that is the basis of modern pin-tumbler locks.

    1863 Roller Skates James Plimpton of Medford, Massachusetts, gives the world the first practical four-wheeled roller skate. This sets off a roller craze that quickly spreads across the U.S. and Europe.

    1865 Web Offset Printing William Bullock introduced a printing press that could feed paper on a continuous roll and print both sides of the paper at once. Used first by the Philadelphia Ledger, the machine would become an American standard. It would also kill its maker, who died when he accidentally fell into one of his presses.

    1867 Barbed Wire Farmer Henry Rose, invents the product that will close down the open cattle ranges by closing in cattle onto individual plots of privately owned land. I.L. Ellwood and Company's Glidden Steel Barb Wire will dominate the market; by 1890 the open range will be only a memory.

    1870 Pneumatic Subway Working in secret to hide his operation from Boss Tweed, who opposes it, Scientific American publisher Alfred Ely Beach builds a pneumatic subway under Broadway in New York. Beach's single subway car, which features upholstered chairs and chandeliers is driven along the 300 foot tunnel by a 100 horsepower blower.

    1875 Electric Dental Drill George F. Green of Kalamazoo, Michigan invented an electric powered device to drill teeth.

    1875 Mimeograph While using paraffin in an attempt to invent and improve telegraphy tape, Thomas Alva Edison discovers a way to make duplicate copies of documents instead.

    1877 Telephone The early history of the telephone is a confusing morass of claim and counterclaim, which was not clarified by the huge mass of lawsuits which hoped to resolve the patent claims of individuals. The Bell and Edison patents, however, were forensically victorious and commercially decisive.

    Not to mention that when your punk ass country gets into trouble with an angry dictator next door, who does your Government call? thats right . The white house.
    Im american and think that the problem with America is we should have locked the boarders 15 years ago and let you other nations deal with your own problems.
    No offense to any single country but if self presavation mean anything then we the people need too get back to the constitution.

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    wow way to copy and paste shit that no1 is gonna read

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    just cause there is some arrogant americans you assume all of the americans are arrogant wow man stop prejudging
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