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Leonard Hatred 7:12 Wed Aug 14
The United States of America
Talk to me.

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eusebiovic 7:13 Sun Aug 18
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I always think of the U.S as a Trojan horse that was designed to fool us all into thinking we had defeated the forces of facism and a bright future lay ahead.

It seems that they merely replaced the military uniform with a tie and briefcase and fine tuned the language but the underlying goals have remained more or less the same as it ever was.

ironsofcanada 1:09 Sun Aug 18
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lowermarshhammer 1:05 Sun Aug 18

Fair enough.

I was just thinking of from the arguments where McVeigh is used to say you don't need a gun and what all do we need to ban.

lowermarshhammer 1:05 Sun Aug 18
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this = his

lowermarshhammer 1:05 Sun Aug 18
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McVeigh thought this government were cunts and bombed innocents.

"People should have guns just in case their government turn into cunts."

In that case there would be a lot more nut jobs like McVeigh killing a lot more innocents, that's the point I was making.

ironsofcanada 9:46 Sun Aug 18
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lowermarshhammer 5:20 Sun Aug 18

Timothy McVeigh probably not the best example if your topic is guns.

lowermarshhammer 5:20 Sun Aug 18
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Lily Hammer

"Everyone should own a gun, just in case the government become cunts."

Fucking ridiculous American idea to have guns guns and more guns.

You should not really have a gun unless you have something that your allowed to shoot at. Nearly all governments in nearly all democratic and for that matter non democratic countries are chock-full of cunts and if everyone had guns and decided to give it the full Timothy McVeigh we'd quickly descend into an even more fucked version of humanity than the one we already have on the planet.

lowermarshhammer 4:55 Sun Aug 18
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Capitol

Good for you that you've enjoyed 20 years there.

Of course there's good and bad people in every country.

I salute you and your patience for living there.

I couldn't do it.

All that overwhelming positivity and over the top friendliness would quickly drive me round the bend.

Moany English miserable bastards keep me sane.

lowermarshhammer 4:39 Sun Aug 18
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#Points to doll's ears#

Yes, it's my ears they generally hurt.

Lily Hammer 4:32 Sun Aug 18
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I mentioned my love for the first amendment, freedom of expression, so I’ll add my love for the second amendment, the right to bear arms. Everyone should have a gun, just in case the government become cunts; a commendable stance.

Capitol Man 4:17 Sun Aug 18
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lowermarshhammer 3:34 Sun Aug 18
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Show us on a doll where the American hurt you LMH.

Have to say having spent almost 20 years here, they vary as much as Brits do.

Going back to work with Brits some can seem endlessly moany old bastards.

gph 3:54 Sun Aug 18
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Most of the Americans I meet are pleasant, reasonable people.

But they all think they are exceptions... I can't really comment on this, as most of the Americans I meet are pleasant, reasonable people...

lowermarshhammer 3:34 Sun Aug 18
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Texans and New Yorkers, they really not my blood boiling. Especially Texans, met plenty who were totally incapable of even coming remotely close to comprehending how other humans might have a different worldview and outlook to life than theirs.

Dealt with plenty of them from all over who were genuinely upset and shocked that Darwin was on the £10 note. Weird unquestioning upbringings some of them must have.

Met a few Hawaiians, they were great people.

lowermarshhammer 3:23 Sun Aug 18
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"Does the sun rise in the east in your country?"

Think that has to be my all time favourite question from a citizen of the USA.

I wonder if that individual has received the brain transplant that she was clearly on the waiting list for.

Capitol Man 3:14 Sun Aug 18
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I chatted to a few locals and they assured me they were utterly devastated.

lowermarshhammer 3:10 Sun Aug 18
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My lengthy experience of dealing face to face with Septics on a daily basis for quite a few years was that they were either really very pleasant overenthusiastic decent types but extremely thick or they were just total cunts with no redeeming qualities whatsoever.

The fact that they are able to speak a frankly bizarre variant of English is unfortunate as it means that they are able and willing to convey their total cuntness 24/7 if they are of the latter variety. Far easier to deal with the cunty foreign cunts who can't speak English, far less annoying than American cunts who take pleasure out of being as big a cunt as possible.

Dealing with them has put me off going there. For life. Imagine a country full of them? Fuck that.

Capitol Man 4:04 Sat Aug 17
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You missed the Mexican American War and Spanish American War which have huge implications to current politics,

Go on then. Love to hear this one.

Mike Oxsaw 4:00 Sat Aug 17
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"bog noises"? probably more accurate than the "big noises" I intended to post.

Mike Oxsaw 3:59 Sat Aug 17
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I'm contracted to an American firm a the moment and they keep trying to impose their corporate culture on the locals - and me.

They get short change either way. They even fly some bog noises every month or so to promote all this bonding/teamwork shit. Saw the first one a couple of years ago and have managed to be working from home on every subsequent visit.

They don't like it one bit. I simply shrug my shoulders and say "So terminate my contract and get someone else in then." They definitely don't understand THAT stance.

ironsofcanada 3:44 Sat Aug 17
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Russ of the BML 1:42 Thu Aug 15

"All native people persecuted and killed"

My friends must be lying to me about their origins, I guess.

Slavery was very important to English colonies well before the gold/silver rushes unless you mean the original Spanish one in 16-17th century.

The gold/silver rushes also spurred on but came after the initially Drive West, which is generally more important to the country than the rushes, which the exception of specific communities and regions.

You missed the Mexican American War and Spanish American War which have huge implications to current politics,

There are more but probably long enough a post.

Hermit Road 3:22 Sat Aug 17
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Great country. At its best in the old school states that people from the coastal cities look down their nose at. Good people, good grub, proper America.

Mirkwood 3:20 Sat Aug 17
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I'm working in Alabama right now.
What's not to like?...Hunting/fishing community.
House prices quarter of the price in UK. Less tax on your wages. Cheaper living costs (not health insurance).

Allowed to have a gun. I love it here.

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