Brain vs Heart. No offense against the people of America its just a funny thing i noticed OC by gibssowas yay top 20 thanks guys . T cuet noticed that in europe usa Brain heart dead americans
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Brain vs Heart

Brain vs Heart. No offense against the people of America its just a funny thing i noticed OC by gibssowas yay top 20 thanks guys . T cuet noticed that in europe

No offense against the people of America its just a funny thing i noticed

OC by gibssowas

yay top 20 thanks guys

T cuet noticed that in europe you are
declared "dead" if your hrafn is dead
and there are no signs of vital functions
in the hrafn...
In America you are declared dead when your
heart: euope heating...
T think T know the reacon why...
There are too many people
to declare dead in america
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User avatar #53 - KiraLives (01/14/2012) [-]
Senator McCain, agree with his policies or not (which I, personally, do not) is no idiot. He was captured by the North Vietnamese, tortured, and starved. He was offered to be freed because he was the son of a higher-up and he refused, because it was completely unfair to his comrades. He bears the scars of war, as evidenced by the fact that he cannot lift his arms fully.

Also, Justin Beiber is Canadian, not American.

tl;drOH PEEis a Ron Paul hatergot
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#242 - John Cena (01/14/2012) [-]
Paramedic here, actually someone is declared dead when the cellular respiration rate falls below 14, this is long after the heart has stopped, the heat can be restarted. The more you know.
User avatar #96 - goodeyemight (01/14/2012) [-]
Beiber is Canadian. He their problem, not ours.
#397 to #96 - pitos (01/14/2012) [-]
Oh so when it comes to politics it's all "CANADA IS ACTUALLY PART OF 'MURICA"
But when it comes to nationalities of retards, it's all "THEIR PROBLEM, NOT OURS."
User avatar #399 to #397 - goodeyemight (01/14/2012) [-]
Nobody that ive ever talked to has acknowledged Canada as a part of the USA. Nobody in America even likes Canada. Except Candian's that moved to America.
User avatar #39 - iRetaliate (01/14/2012) [-]
But that's ******** ...

Justin Bieber is Canadian. Sarah Palin wasn't born in the continental US. Rebecca Black seems quite intelligent from her interviews. And Lady Gaga and John McCain are actually quite intelligent.
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User avatar #248 to #39 - EdwardNigma ONLINE (01/14/2012) [-]
Look, I am just throwing this out there, if Rebecca Black is intelligent, why don't we kindly say "You are not a good song writer, you should be a scientist" or something?

Do we always have to be assholes? :|
#305 to #39 - vaskaduzea (01/14/2012) [-]
no statements for miley cyrus HFW > *okay.jpg*
User avatar #405 to #305 - iRetaliate (01/14/2012) [-]
I only listed those who were above average.

Miley Cyrus is just about average...
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User avatar #337 to #39 - Chuckaholic (01/14/2012) [-]
He said America, as far as I am aware Canada is an American country. No one said that it was the USA he was talking about. Secondly Sarah Palin was still born in the continent and in the country, just because she wasn't born in the mainland USA doesn't mean she doesn't have an (US) American birth certificate and is only (US) American. I don't consider McCain to be that intelligent, just a grumpy old man who gets people to tell him what to say but that's opinion.
#406 to #337 - iRetaliate (01/14/2012) [-]
>thinks McCain is unintelligent
>thinks Canada is part of America
>doesn't know that America IS a country
User avatar #433 to #406 - Chuckaholic (01/15/2012) [-]
McCain is not amazingly intelligent, I never said he was unintelligent, just that I don't consider him to be an amazing bringer of knowledge. America is not the country, it's the United States of America. In the UN it's called the United States of America and not America for a reason. Canada, Mexico, are all part of America because America is a continent. I know that there's the USA, but I said Canada is a country in the continent of America.
User avatar #437 to #433 - iRetaliate (01/15/2012) [-]
Well, I understand that you are lacking in something known as common sense and therefore have no bearing on the concept of... well... logic... So, I'll explain this in the simplest way I can.

Since this content was referring to people, and not sovereign nations, we can assume that the UN has absolutely nothing to do with anything that we're talking about. But in reference to people:

Native Canadians are native to the continent of North America.
Native Americans are native to the continent of North America.
Native Mexicans are native to the continent of Mexico


The country of Canada was formed as a French Colony, and therefore Canadians are considered French.
The country of the United States was formed as an English Colony, and therefore Americans are considered English. (also, notice how, like OP, I used "Americans" and not "United Statians")
The country of Mexico was formed as a Spanish Colony, and therefore Mexicans are considered Spanish (not Americanese)

I hope I may have taught you that which it seems none of your teachers ever could :)
User avatar #438 to #437 - Chuckaholic (01/16/2012) [-]
What are you on about. An American although usually used to refer to people from the USA can also be used to refer to someone from the American continent. I was saying that assumptions can be made and when wrongly made they make people look like idiots. He was calling Americans stupid therefore it could be people from either the continent or the country as it wasn't specified. I never once mentioned Natives as that has nothing to do with it. An inhabitant and a citizen of an American country is American and not English, French, Spanish, Portuguese or Dutch.
User avatar #439 to #438 - iRetaliate (01/16/2012) [-]
As I said. "No common sense"

The reason I brought up the colonization was pretty simple (and yet it seemed to go completely over your head)

Pure CANADIANS (those descendant of the original colonists) are FRENCH.

Spain, France, and England (in the colonial era) were drastically different, and therefore the people descendant of them are also drastically different. Therefore, you cannot lump Americans, Canadians, and Mexicans into the same group. Conclusively, this means that if you had any common sense, you would have understood that when O­P said AMERICANS, he meant AMERICANS.

Remember, knowledge is knowing that tomato is a fruit, wisdom (one of the branches of common sense that you seem to lack) is knowing not to put it into a fruit salad.
User avatar #440 to #439 - Chuckaholic (01/16/2012) [-]
Mate you can lump europeans into the same group but they are way more different than Americans. I am not saying they are the same people I am saying that people from the continent of America are Americans. People from Europe are Europeans, from Asia are Asians. That's what I'm saying. I never claimed they were ethnically or culturally the same, once again you assumed I did. I am saying when calling someone an American you could be referring to the country or the continent. Not that calling all people from the continent Americans means that they are all the same.
I was exploring a possibility for his inclusion of a Canadian in the term American BTW.
User avatar #441 to #440 - iRetaliate (01/16/2012) [-]
First off jethro, there's no such thing as the continent of America... I thought you were just lumping North America and South America into one group (which would make them "The Americas") which, granted, is a pretty uneducated thing to do in the first place, but now you go and say, outright, that America is a continent? Now I realize that you're either completely ******* stupid, or just ******* with me...

Second, if you had common sense, you would be able to deduce thatOH PEEwas referring to the country. You keep saying "Oh, but he COULD have meant the continent", but again, common sense would dictate that he DIDN'T... I even gave you the parallel to the tomato, to hopefully teach you how to carry yourself with an air of pseudo-intelligence, but even that went completely over your head.

Now, I understand that due to your low intelligence, you will continue to repeat "AMERICA IS A CONTINENT, YOU ARE WRONG!" for the next three days, so I'll just be the mature one and concede to your point. Continue using knowledge over common sense, it will get you very far in the world! And no, I'm not being sarcastic.
User avatar #442 to #441 - Chuckaholic (01/16/2012) [-]
The tomato has nothing to do with OP, it's a cheap and fake Confucius-esque statement. I was not saying that I was definitely right, I was saying that there was a possibility that you misinterpreted and was opening another possibility for discussion. As for the rest of it, you spend half of your arguments incredulous at my stupidity with an air of superiority, rather than discussing the point. While on the topic of going far in the world, if you treat other people as if they're idiots and assume that because they are exploring options to create more discussion that they are absolutely stupid, will get you as far as talking about tomatos in fruit salads will.
User avatar #133 to #39 - failtolawl (01/14/2012) [-]
Unfortunantly, John Mccain is SO smart, he can make the entire country hate Obama for an act caused by himself.
User avatar #192 to #133 - KillYourself (01/14/2012) [-]
what the hell did John McCain do? He wasn't even the ******* president
User avatar #202 to #192 - failtolawl (01/14/2012) [-]
... he helped write NDAA, and he added fine print that read if it wasn't passed, then the military budget would be cut by an insane amount.
User avatar #219 to #202 - keiishiyama (01/14/2012) [-]
That cheap piece of **** tried to cut funds to our goddamn soldiers?

I hope the South lynched him.
User avatar #260 to #219 - failtolawl (01/14/2012) [-]
well no, he forced it to pass because of that. If Obama vetoed it, then all the blame would be put on Obama.
User avatar #270 to #260 - gfourtolip (01/14/2012) [-]
Wow, I never knew that. A good tidbit of information to have when arguing with Republicans who demonize Obama.
#51 to #39 - John Cena (01/14/2012) [-]
#90 to #39 - wiredguy (01/14/2012) [-]
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I agree completely, but it's hilarious XD
This coming from a britRon Paul hater with bad teeth who eats nothing but tea and crumpets, obviously.
#345 to #90 - slippowich (01/14/2012) [-]
Eat tea?
#348 to #345 - John Cena (01/14/2012) [-]
I freeze tea with small sticks in them, and sell them around the corner for a pretty penny I do sir.
I freeze tea with small sticks in them, and sell them around the corner for a pretty penny I do sir.
User avatar #154 - mrboombastick (01/14/2012) [-]
i wanna bang sarah palin
dunno why
User avatar #161 to #154 - electrozombie (01/14/2012) [-]
I would too.
User avatar #187 to #173 - mrboombastick (01/14/2012) [-]
gonna fap to this :)
User avatar #138 - Totheground (01/14/2012) [-]
What's up with this whole wave of hating on America content? It's ******* annoying.
#139 to #138 - John Cena (01/14/2012) [-]
Even amerifats hate themselves. I know I do.
User avatar #141 to #139 - Totheground (01/14/2012) [-]
I don't hate myself. We have our fair share of ****** , dumb people, yes. But we're still one of the most intelligent countries in the world. We just boost our **** to the top of the list of "look at these cunts"
User avatar #144 to #138 - neoexdeath ONLINE (01/14/2012) [-]
We're only hating on the most moronic of our Citizens...
User avatar #145 to #144 - Totheground (01/14/2012) [-]
But it still generalizes Americans as being a nation of idiots
User avatar #338 to #138 - Chuckaholic (01/14/2012) [-]
If you can't take a joke about your own country you must be insecure about it. I can take jokes about my nation and I joke with my friends nation. It's a joke, people don't actually hate America. Seriously dude, just take it and move on. There are constant jokes on FJ about how everything we do is upside down and backwards and that we're outback hicks. I laugh because I find the stereotype funny, you should do the same with the American stereotype.
User avatar #412 to #338 - Totheground (01/14/2012) [-]
I can take a joke about it, yes. But people personally come to me and call me a stupid American and blah blah blah. That's where it gets annoying
User avatar #432 to #412 - Chuckaholic (01/15/2012) [-]
Okay, but if it's a post just think of the stupid people in your country and laugh at them. It helps a lot.
#105 - John Cena (01/14/2012) [-]
Umm... Justin Bieber is unfortunately Canadian, not American
User avatar #108 to #105 - leuser (01/14/2012) [-]
But he is IN America.
User avatar #111 to #108 - kzaz (01/14/2012) [-]
So is Hugh Laurie.
#115 to #111 - leuser (01/14/2012) [-]
My point is that America's laws and rules apply to them too. Not because they're foreign, they have more or less rights.

Of course if a foreign super star ends up in a vegetable state, I bet the family still has the last call: keep him/her in your country or pull the plug in America.
User avatar #225 to #115 - kzaz (01/14/2012) [-]
That is a very good point.
#158 - ministerforbes (01/14/2012) [-]
Actually, John McCain, Miley Cyrus, and Lady Gaga aren't idiots. John McCain's actually very intelligent, he just made the mistake of choosing the biggest dumbass to be his vp. Miley Cyrus is known to be smart, just had dumb moments as to define salvia and weed as the same thing. And Lady Gaga is really smart when it comes to producing and such. She's weird, and she knows audiences like weird. Hell, I like her.
Sarah and need to explain there.
And as for the Bieber, I watched a recent interview where he did not know what 'German' was. MFW
User avatar #176 to #158 - Timeline (01/14/2012) [-]
Rebecca Black really isn't a bad person either, I think her producer forced her into it more than anything, and as for Sarah Palin, well, I'm pretty sure she's really just of average intelligence. I think that she turned out like most Americans would if entered into the world of politics, which is to make yourself look like a complete moron.
#311 - omegaenterprises (01/14/2012) [-]
Forgot this guy.
User avatar #132 - flamyras (01/14/2012) [-]
*sigh* This isn't true. At all. It's state by state in the first place, and Brain Death is when official death is.
3 generations of doctors/paramedics and full-year courses in medicine.

The more you know and I like being a prick! WOooooooooooooooooo
#372 - dusters (01/14/2012) [-]
How is it anti-amerifat seriously. You guys should stop getting all defensive when it's about your country/your people. Seriously, evenOH PEEsaid he meant no offense to amerifats.

I don't get all " **** YOU AMERICANS" everytime I see an overused joke about us and white flags. I just make the people stupid enough to take it seriously who start saying "America rules the world, we won all the wars we were involved in" .

Seriously people, love and tolerate each other and laugh about yourselves.
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#378 to #376 - dusters (01/14/2012) [-]
Don't worry my good sir. Most of the green pinkies I got in the comment section come from arguing with stupid ***** . Pic not related.
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#386 to #372 - largenintimidating (01/14/2012) [-]
I think it might be the sheer amount of vitriol thrown at Americans.

Other nationalities see one joke about their country on the internet every once in a while and chuckle. For Americans on the other hand, it's almost impossible to go a single day without someone making an "Americans are fat/stupid/rednecks/etc." joke, especially now that the media more than occasionally joins in.

It's worn down their resistance to the jokes, and since there are so many Americans on the internet, even if every American only answers to every 10th "anti-American" post, there's always someone to respond.

Also: The human brain is sort of automatically wired to protect your own viewpoint/country, and it makes you immediately more patriotic when you see a post lampooning your country.
User avatar #391 to #386 - dusters (01/14/2012) [-]
Our medias rarely talk about America and the only things we see is pro-amerifat stuff.

But yeah I can understand how annoying it can be. Just remember that a lot of people dream to live in your country.

#392 to #391 - largenintimidating (01/14/2012) [-]
But wait... if you're French, how is your media pro-American?

Have... have things changed since De Gaulle was in power?

And that brings me to another question; what is your stance on De Gaulle?
User avatar #402 to #392 - dusters (01/14/2012) [-]
And I'll tell you what, it didn't change.

Not long ago, a woman, who was a police officer was raped by two guys in the Parisian subway. They weren't alone in the wagon.

Imagine a woman screaming at people to help her while some monster is raping her, everyone ignore her, too scared to move.

My own sister got attacked there, the guy wanted her bag, no one moved and it happens a lot.

Parisians are the worst, arrogant selfish pricks, they don't smile, they don't talk and they are stupid as hell. And I'll have to live there for the next 5 or 6 years to study. Damn it.

User avatar #400 to #392 - dusters (01/14/2012) [-]
Sarkozy loves America, he was called "Sarkozy the amerifat" by our medias for a long time. I guess that's why our medias only show us important and serious, or funny videos from America.

De Gaulle? I don't like him, because at the end of the war he was like "Every french was in the resistance, no one helped the nazis, there are only a few traitors" . That wasn't true, the majority of the population helped the nazis, you could say the resistance was a fake.

When germans came to people's house "We will live in your house with you now" people often said "My neighbor has a bigger house" and that's a true story. Being selfish, not giving a **** about anyone, even kids was the golden rule back then.
De Gaulle didn't say anything about that, and at the end of the war the frenchRon Paul haters were like "WE RE HEROES, WE ALL FOUGHT AGAINST THE NAZIS, BURN THE TRAITORS". Consequences, a lot of people lives were ****** up because they had helped nazis. And the people who humiliated them, ****** up their lives helped the nazis too but didn't say it. Anyway, if you ask to old people, they all fought, no one ever helped nazis.

De Gaulle is someone I don't like. To me, he's no hero. Nowadays, we still make fun of our so called resistance on TV.
#207 - John Cena (01/14/2012) [-]
Yeah we get it, you're liberal and have a superiority complex.
User avatar #221 to #207 - manlyfucker (01/14/2012) [-]
No, we're european, a continent were those who share opinions with Sarah Palin are declared insane..

Got respect for John McCain and the real republicans, but some of these newRon Paul haters Tea Party people like Palin are just ******* retarded
User avatar #236 to #221 - musclemarinade (01/14/2012) [-]
You mean you're european, the Country with a worse economy than the US and you get taxed out the ass. Yeah bro, we're sure jealous of you......
User avatar #254 to #236 - gfourtolip (01/14/2012) [-]
Have you ever been to europe? trust me the US could get some pointers on how to run the country.
User avatar #411 to #236 - manlyfucker (01/14/2012) [-]
Actually Im Norwegian, the only country in the western civilization that has growth in GDP and a stable economy. And we are after your standards socialists!
User avatar #238 to #236 - musclemarinade (01/14/2012) [-]
Sorry, Countries**
#229 to #221 - highbidder (01/14/2012) [-]
every body hear hates palin as well
#231 to #221 - newtonscradle (01/14/2012) [-]
McCain is not a real republican. Obviously you have no idea what you're talking about and consider "a real republican" to be whoever you feel is the least offensive to your views. Thus making you, like anon said (good troll) a liberal with a superiority complex.
User avatar #410 to #231 - manlyfucker (01/14/2012) [-]
Whats a real republican to you then? Because to me there are not a lot of them left
#126 - Krathalos (01/14/2012) [-]
John McCain isn't an idiot. He just chose one to be his vice president. To be honest. he probably would have won if he had a better vice president instead of Sarah Palin. He chose a female vice president for a smart reason, but he chose the dumbest one in the world.
#147 to #126 - hockeykicksass (01/14/2012) [-]
as my gov teacher in high school said "choosing Palin as a VP was a great political decision it allowed him to be more centered as Palin is far right and it won female votes from hillary supporters ... then she open her mouth and ruined everything"   
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as my gov teacher in high school said "choosing Palin as a VP was a great political decision it allowed him to be more centered as Palin is far right and it won female votes from hillary supporters ... then she open her mouth and ruined everything"

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#130 to #126 - John Cena (01/14/2012) [-]
I liked Sarah Palin...
#131 to #130 - Krathalos (01/14/2012) [-]
You are the 1%.
User avatar #140 to #130 - yourmomismyhostage (01/14/2012) [-]
why the **** do u guys pinkie him down? I guess We can't express our opinions on here without some ******* liberals pinkieing us down! >:O Go ahead you stupid ***** pinkie me down if u want but not that guy!
User avatar #142 to #140 - yourmomismyhostage (01/14/2012) [-]
even though hes an anon

User avatar #153 to #142 - BridgeTroll (01/14/2012) [-]
this is one of those few occasions where an opinion can be just plain wrong.
#127 to #126 - applehotel (01/14/2012) [-]
doesn't that make him stupid for picking her?
#128 to #127 - Krathalos (01/14/2012) [-]
If you were automatically labelled stupid for making a mistake, then everyone in the world would be stupid. He didn't think she would be such a dumbass in interviews (who would think a politician would be that stupid?). He also thought that her down-to-earth nature and the fact that she was a female would get more women voters as well as the voters who were for Hilary Clinton. However, he did not factor in that people wanted Hilary because she was intelligent and white (yes, I'm serious), more so than just the fact that she is (questionably) a woman.
#129 to #128 - applehotel (01/14/2012) [-]
well since you made me laugh i will not press this matter and u will get some pinkies
User avatar #264 to #126 - gfourtolip (01/14/2012) [-]
He still wouldn't have won, but choosing palin set his fate in stone.
#87 - John Cena (01/14/2012) [-]
User avatar #88 to #87 - ighostinthefogi (01/14/2012) [-]
... but he's IN America... o.0
User avatar #85 - kingchase (01/14/2012) [-]
i take it your a Democrat
#91 to #85 - John Cena (01/14/2012) [-]
Personally I think mesitor Obama is the most brain dead person in this country right now...
User avatar #267 to #91 - gfourtolip (01/14/2012) [-]
Name calling- the lowest form of argument.

Please give a reason why, enlighten me. And it can't be "bcuz fox news told me so its true"
User avatar #103 to #91 - the ghost (01/14/2012) [-]
I second this.
#106 to #103 - rokkarokkaali (01/14/2012) [-]
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#110 to #106 - the ghost (01/14/2012) [-]
**the ghost rolled a random image posted in comment #201 at The reason why. . . **
Fourthededed it.

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User avatar #119 - anaisadike (01/14/2012) [-]
Justin Bieber is Canadian i am ashamed to say

#11 - jaquepowers (01/13/2012) [-]
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#136 - John Cena (01/14/2012) [-]
i do notice that there are only Republican politicians up there. because democrats definitely know how to get us out of recessions... *cough obamahastripledourdebt cough*
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