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This is a question I don't understand the attraction

Smaug says: Ricky Gervais. Lesbian pr0n. Going into a crowded bar, purely because it's crowded. All these things seem to be popular with everybody else, but I just can't work out why. What leaves you cold just as much as it turns everyone else on?

(, Thu 15 Oct 2009, 14:54)
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I just don't get it. Just because you were born somewhere doesn't make it the best country in the world. Every country has its greatnesses, every country has its flaws. Deal with it. This message should go to every person, but especially every person in the USA.
(, Thu 15 Oct 2009, 16:26, 5 replies)
"the best country in the world"
is not the same as "the country in the world I like best".
(, Thu 15 Oct 2009, 16:33, closed)
You actually happen to live in the best country in the world *and* you like yours the best. But the odds are against that.
(, Thu 15 Oct 2009, 16:40, closed)
I get your point, but when only about 20% of Americans have passports (http://www.gyford.com/phil/writing/2003/01/31/how_many_america.php) you can't really make the case that they dislike other countries; they've never been to them.
(, Thu 15 Oct 2009, 16:51, closed)
Bleedin Yanks
Yes, but many Americans make no sense at all in their dislikes; after all, this is a country which was founded by immigrants, pretty much everyone there is descended from immigrants - and look at how they treat immigrants...
(, Thu 15 Oct 2009, 19:52, closed)
Look how they treat the native people of their land, too.
Anyway, it's not just Americans; a lot of the British are intensely opposed to the E.U. for unknown reasons (to me, it seems like the only reason is "they're not British, innit?") even though the free trade thing & all the other benefits helped rebuild Europe after WWII.
(, Thu 15 Oct 2009, 21:11, closed)

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