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#82 - In Red Dead Redemption on horseback you could match speed with… 04/26/2016 on Faster but Slower +1
#94 - Same with me except she called the police on me after I shoute… 04/26/2016 on dang ma +5
#182 - But I never even alluded to that. I was speaking solely about …  [+] (1 new reply) 04/25/2016 on /pol/ack asking the right... 0
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#184 - clannadqs (04/26/2016) [-]
Literally EVERYONE on this site uses American sites. Again, irrelevant reply as I mentioned above yet you did it again, but just reworded your reply.

www.defense.gov/News/Special-Reports/0814_Inherent-Resolve

And we have done more than EVERY coalition force combined in regards to ISIS so I am confused as to why you are whining about it. How about the UK do something useful? On top of that, everything the US was involved with in the past coalition forces were tagging right alongside the US (Iraq, Afghanistan, etc). As to the rest, I stated the US isn't perfect, but pointing fingers at the US for mistakes such as bombing civilians is pretty damn petty.
#79 - they struggle at the early levels though  [+] (1 new reply) 04/25/2016 on Is this accurate? +2
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#80 - amuter (04/25/2016) [-]
It's just a matter of mastering the mechanics.
#179 - ok m8  [+] (3 new replies) 04/25/2016 on /pol/ack asking the right... 0
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#180 - clannadqs (04/25/2016) [-]
Look man, I just get irked when I see blind hatred of the US. When you look at history, the most powerful nation in regards to purchasing power and military might did whatever the fuck they wanted to with almost no repercussions. To my knowledge the US is the first of its kind in regards to being powerful yet decently peaceful. I understand we aren't perfect, but I fucking dare you to look at the atrocities committed by empires of the past then look back to how fucking petty it is to start pointing fingers at "LOL, a marine got caught sticking his peepee in a female. SEE, I TOLD U MURICA WAS EVIL!!!! HAHA".
#182 - Jowi (04/25/2016) [-]
But I never even alluded to that. I was speaking solely about your claims that everyone uses all American products and sites everyday.
I by no means think every single American is evil, and I hold nothing against them as people, but there's certainly a reason for a lot of the world hating you and it isn't blind.
You assume because you have the loudest voice that makes your opinion more relevant and have used that alongside phenomenal wealth to spread a vapid culture that makes the American lifestyle seem like the ultimate way of living but has lead to the self-obsessed, self-promoting generation we see now across the world.
As a nation America promotes freedom and independence but forces itself into things that aren't any of their business and usually fuck it up. I know the standard response to this argument is "If America did nothing you would complain as well" and that's true but there's usually a reason. Things like the Syrian conflict and ISIS which when they were escalating as world crises American sat on its hands whilst many cried for action. I heard plenty on this site say "Why should we do something when people will just complain" completely ignoring the fact that Bush dismantling the Iraqi army has been direct link to the foundations of IS and the Arab Spring and ultimately the Syrian War being caused by American meddling in the Middle East and then Obama crapping out and not acting when shit hits the fan.
It's the first time America has caused problems elsewhere in the world. The Cold War being hugely exacerbated by American actions and dragging Europe into a divide that it still hasn't recovered from.
Can you imagine if an enemy nation blew up a wedding in America? There would be bloodycrys. There have been several cases of things like that being done by American drone strikes in Pakistan, a nation supposedly aligned with America.
How many regime changes have been enacted by America? They will act like the police of the world yet America won't even sign up to the International Criminal Court.
How about extradition laws that allow America to kidnap foreign nationals and keep them in places beyond law for indefinite periods.

As I have said I have nothing against any American personally, I don't believe you are all monsters in anyway. I just think that America as a nation is nakedly hypocritical.
By no means is it the worst nation in history and no it is not as bad today as my nation was in the Colonial period. Being British I have no qualms in admitting that my nation is built on warfare and clever, yet underhanded, political moves.
But the idea that you can use that justify American actions today is ludicrous. In the two hundred years since that time we have progressed socially and philosophically. And let's not forget when my country was carrying out atrocities in the Opium War and the subjugation of India yours was doing things like Manifest Destiny, Wounded Knee and carrying on with the slave trade well after the Imperial Powers deemed the practice condemnable.
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#184 - clannadqs (04/26/2016) [-]
Literally EVERYONE on this site uses American sites. Again, irrelevant reply as I mentioned above yet you did it again, but just reworded your reply.

www.defense.gov/News/Special-Reports/0814_Inherent-Resolve

And we have done more than EVERY coalition force combined in regards to ISIS so I am confused as to why you are whining about it. How about the UK do something useful? On top of that, everything the US was involved with in the past coalition forces were tagging right alongside the US (Iraq, Afghanistan, etc). As to the rest, I stated the US isn't perfect, but pointing fingers at the US for mistakes such as bombing civilians is pretty damn petty.
#177 - I'm not the same guy you were replying to before  [+] (5 new replies) 04/25/2016 on /pol/ack asking the right... 0
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#178 - clannadqs (04/25/2016) [-]
I'm pointing out your first reply was irrelevant.
#179 - Jowi (04/25/2016) [-]
ok m8
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#180 - clannadqs (04/25/2016) [-]
Look man, I just get irked when I see blind hatred of the US. When you look at history, the most powerful nation in regards to purchasing power and military might did whatever the fuck they wanted to with almost no repercussions. To my knowledge the US is the first of its kind in regards to being powerful yet decently peaceful. I understand we aren't perfect, but I fucking dare you to look at the atrocities committed by empires of the past then look back to how fucking petty it is to start pointing fingers at "LOL, a marine got caught sticking his peepee in a female. SEE, I TOLD U MURICA WAS EVIL!!!! HAHA".
#182 - Jowi (04/25/2016) [-]
But I never even alluded to that. I was speaking solely about your claims that everyone uses all American products and sites everyday.
I by no means think every single American is evil, and I hold nothing against them as people, but there's certainly a reason for a lot of the world hating you and it isn't blind.
You assume because you have the loudest voice that makes your opinion more relevant and have used that alongside phenomenal wealth to spread a vapid culture that makes the American lifestyle seem like the ultimate way of living but has lead to the self-obsessed, self-promoting generation we see now across the world.
As a nation America promotes freedom and independence but forces itself into things that aren't any of their business and usually fuck it up. I know the standard response to this argument is "If America did nothing you would complain as well" and that's true but there's usually a reason. Things like the Syrian conflict and ISIS which when they were escalating as world crises American sat on its hands whilst many cried for action. I heard plenty on this site say "Why should we do something when people will just complain" completely ignoring the fact that Bush dismantling the Iraqi army has been direct link to the foundations of IS and the Arab Spring and ultimately the Syrian War being caused by American meddling in the Middle East and then Obama crapping out and not acting when shit hits the fan.
It's the first time America has caused problems elsewhere in the world. The Cold War being hugely exacerbated by American actions and dragging Europe into a divide that it still hasn't recovered from.
Can you imagine if an enemy nation blew up a wedding in America? There would be bloodycrys. There have been several cases of things like that being done by American drone strikes in Pakistan, a nation supposedly aligned with America.
How many regime changes have been enacted by America? They will act like the police of the world yet America won't even sign up to the International Criminal Court.
How about extradition laws that allow America to kidnap foreign nationals and keep them in places beyond law for indefinite periods.

As I have said I have nothing against any American personally, I don't believe you are all monsters in anyway. I just think that America as a nation is nakedly hypocritical.
By no means is it the worst nation in history and no it is not as bad today as my nation was in the Colonial period. Being British I have no qualms in admitting that my nation is built on warfare and clever, yet underhanded, political moves.
But the idea that you can use that justify American actions today is ludicrous. In the two hundred years since that time we have progressed socially and philosophically. And let's not forget when my country was carrying out atrocities in the Opium War and the subjugation of India yours was doing things like Manifest Destiny, Wounded Knee and carrying on with the slave trade well after the Imperial Powers deemed the practice condemnable.
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#184 - clannadqs (04/26/2016) [-]
Literally EVERYONE on this site uses American sites. Again, irrelevant reply as I mentioned above yet you did it again, but just reworded your reply.

www.defense.gov/News/Special-Reports/0814_Inherent-Resolve

And we have done more than EVERY coalition force combined in regards to ISIS so I am confused as to why you are whining about it. How about the UK do something useful? On top of that, everything the US was involved with in the past coalition forces were tagging right alongside the US (Iraq, Afghanistan, etc). As to the rest, I stated the US isn't perfect, but pointing fingers at the US for mistakes such as bombing civilians is pretty damn petty.
#103 - His autistic rage is almost embarrassing. Does anyone read the…  [+] (1 new reply) 04/25/2016 on Fucking Destroyed -11
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#105 - grimsho (04/25/2016) [-]
Kill yourself.
#168 - I'm not at all trying to "save ass" I'm tel… 04/25/2016 on /pol/ack asking the right... 0
#51 - it's a joke not a dick, don't take it so hard 04/25/2016 on Gay Porn +2
#163 - No I'm talking about the fact that in loads of countries where…  [+] (9 new replies) 04/25/2016 on /pol/ack asking the right... 0
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#176 - clannadqs (04/25/2016) [-]
Soooo, basically you are throwing out the minority of nations that wouldn't even come to close to this site anyways, right? I believe I said "Almost everything YOU do in your spare time is American". Who do you think I was referring to in that?
#177 - Jowi (04/25/2016) [-]
I'm not the same guy you were replying to before
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#178 - clannadqs (04/25/2016) [-]
I'm pointing out your first reply was irrelevant.
#179 - Jowi (04/25/2016) [-]
ok m8
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#180 - clannadqs (04/25/2016) [-]
Look man, I just get irked when I see blind hatred of the US. When you look at history, the most powerful nation in regards to purchasing power and military might did whatever the fuck they wanted to with almost no repercussions. To my knowledge the US is the first of its kind in regards to being powerful yet decently peaceful. I understand we aren't perfect, but I fucking dare you to look at the atrocities committed by empires of the past then look back to how fucking petty it is to start pointing fingers at "LOL, a marine got caught sticking his peepee in a female. SEE, I TOLD U MURICA WAS EVIL!!!! HAHA".
#182 - Jowi (04/25/2016) [-]
But I never even alluded to that. I was speaking solely about your claims that everyone uses all American products and sites everyday.
I by no means think every single American is evil, and I hold nothing against them as people, but there's certainly a reason for a lot of the world hating you and it isn't blind.
You assume because you have the loudest voice that makes your opinion more relevant and have used that alongside phenomenal wealth to spread a vapid culture that makes the American lifestyle seem like the ultimate way of living but has lead to the self-obsessed, self-promoting generation we see now across the world.
As a nation America promotes freedom and independence but forces itself into things that aren't any of their business and usually fuck it up. I know the standard response to this argument is "If America did nothing you would complain as well" and that's true but there's usually a reason. Things like the Syrian conflict and ISIS which when they were escalating as world crises American sat on its hands whilst many cried for action. I heard plenty on this site say "Why should we do something when people will just complain" completely ignoring the fact that Bush dismantling the Iraqi army has been direct link to the foundations of IS and the Arab Spring and ultimately the Syrian War being caused by American meddling in the Middle East and then Obama crapping out and not acting when shit hits the fan.
It's the first time America has caused problems elsewhere in the world. The Cold War being hugely exacerbated by American actions and dragging Europe into a divide that it still hasn't recovered from.
Can you imagine if an enemy nation blew up a wedding in America? There would be bloodycrys. There have been several cases of things like that being done by American drone strikes in Pakistan, a nation supposedly aligned with America.
How many regime changes have been enacted by America? They will act like the police of the world yet America won't even sign up to the International Criminal Court.
How about extradition laws that allow America to kidnap foreign nationals and keep them in places beyond law for indefinite periods.

As I have said I have nothing against any American personally, I don't believe you are all monsters in anyway. I just think that America as a nation is nakedly hypocritical.
By no means is it the worst nation in history and no it is not as bad today as my nation was in the Colonial period. Being British I have no qualms in admitting that my nation is built on warfare and clever, yet underhanded, political moves.
But the idea that you can use that justify American actions today is ludicrous. In the two hundred years since that time we have progressed socially and philosophically. And let's not forget when my country was carrying out atrocities in the Opium War and the subjugation of India yours was doing things like Manifest Destiny, Wounded Knee and carrying on with the slave trade well after the Imperial Powers deemed the practice condemnable.
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#184 - clannadqs (04/26/2016) [-]
Literally EVERYONE on this site uses American sites. Again, irrelevant reply as I mentioned above yet you did it again, but just reworded your reply.

www.defense.gov/News/Special-Reports/0814_Inherent-Resolve

And we have done more than EVERY coalition force combined in regards to ISIS so I am confused as to why you are whining about it. How about the UK do something useful? On top of that, everything the US was involved with in the past coalition forces were tagging right alongside the US (Iraq, Afghanistan, etc). As to the rest, I stated the US isn't perfect, but pointing fingers at the US for mistakes such as bombing civilians is pretty damn petty.
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#165 - clannadqs (04/25/2016) [-]
Dude, don't kid yourself just to save ass. You know a SUBSTANTIAL amount of individuals use those sites, even in nations where it might not be the most popular it is still used by many.
#168 - Jowi (04/25/2016) [-]
I'm not at all trying to "save ass"

I'm telling you that your assumption that everyone everywhere sits down every day and uses American sites is just wrong. Ukraine was the most recent example but the same can be said in east Asia, Kenya and other parts of Eastern Europe. And those are just the places I've been.
Facebook, Youtube ect are certainly the universal ones and probably the Americas and Western Europe use them solely. I'm just saying they are not the standard in every country