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#129 - The last one isn't even a fact - it just seems like whoever pu…  [+] (8 replies) 11/22/2015 on some shit +4
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#139 - Ruspanic (11/22/2015) [-]
Why is that a "fuck America"? It didn't say displaying your country's flag is a bad thing.

It's also basically true. We don't just fly the flag in schools and government buildings, I've commonly seen it outside gas stations and banks and car dealerships and random people's homes.
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#132 - harrykuntz (11/22/2015) [-]
What about it isn't a fact? Not being a dick, just curious. It doesn't seem like something a lot of other countries do, and does seem to be a thing. I used to pass 5 flags when I went to work at a job 1.5 miles away from my house
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#203 - theruinedsage (11/22/2015) [-]
To put it in perspective, I have 3 miles to college, and the only place with flags is the college, where there's 1 danish flag, and a bunch of other flags depending on which foreign visitors we currently have I assume, I haven't looked it up.
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#138 - whitie (11/22/2015) [-]
The problem here is that the word fact is being used for what is in reality an opinion

If i lived in an especially patriotic town in a different country and never travelled outside my town before, i might disagree that its rare for people to display their flag

Or i might define having flags everywhere as just having a flag in each town regaurdless of the exact number of flags or the population to flag ratio, in which case there are very few countries that don't qualify
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#202 - theruinedsage (11/22/2015) [-]
No, it's a fact. The US have way more flags than almost anywhere else, if not entirely anywhere else.
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#266 - whitie (11/22/2015) [-]
Maybe if the fact said "who has the most flags?" but it didn't it said " who has flags everywhere?"

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#267 - theruinedsage (11/22/2015) [-]

Compared to anywhere I have ever been, on three continents, the US, according to anything I have ever heard, have flags everywhere.