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#423 - Picture 02/13/2015 on Anti-Muslims 0
#421 - Them and every other mass religion  [+] (2 new replies) 02/13/2015 on Anti-Muslims +1
#422 - Hightower (02/13/2015) [-]
Good point.
You're...
You're alright.
User avatar #423 - jedawg (02/13/2015) [-]
#334 - That is not how it started. It originated from Chinese practic… 02/12/2015 on Natural Selection +2
#404 - More radicals than not? You've literally lost any right to be …  [+] (1 new reply) 02/12/2015 on Anti-Muslims 0
User avatar #416 - mcbigballz (02/12/2015) [-]
Radical beliefs are not extremist views. Believing that Sharia Law should be the supreme law of the land doesn't mean they are a terrorist. It means they believe that a theocracy should govern all of the world. That's radical. You're not understanding the argument so don't denounce it before you can't comprehend it please.
#115 - Don't get me wrong, I think the ******* religion is stu…  [+] (4 new replies) 02/11/2015 on Anti-Muslims 0
#420 - Hightower (02/13/2015) [-]
It's not necessarily support, but apathy. They just don't seem to care when people are slaughtering innocents in the name of their religion, but get bent out of shape over the slightest insult,real or imagined.
User avatar #421 - jedawg (02/13/2015) [-]
Them and every other mass religion
#422 - Hightower (02/13/2015) [-]
Good point.
You're...
You're alright.
User avatar #423 - jedawg (02/13/2015) [-]
#110 - Sucks about your family, mate. I'm an atheist as well. Sorry y… 02/11/2015 on Anti-Muslims 0
#108 - Maybe you just aren't listening, this **** happens…  [+] (6 new replies) 02/11/2015 on Anti-Muslims -1
#112 - Hightower (02/11/2015) [-]
One protest in Sept. of 2014....
Yeah, that sure proves me wrong.
One protest where less than 1% of 1% of the worldwide muslim population shows up sure does show that the majority of muslims are against these radical ideologies. Or, you know, not...

Hmmm... I wonder how many pro radical protests there have been... Heck, lets just limit the search to 2015, and only about cartoons...
Woah... I wouldn't go searching for that information, unless you really, really want to change your opinion. More people showed up at a single protest over a cartoon of muhammad 3 days ago in london, than showed up to all anti radical protests in all of 2014. To me, that says quite a bit about the mindset of muslims. People beheaded and immolated in the name of my religion? Nah, I don't need to speak out about that.
DRAWINGS OF THE PROPHET OF MY RELIGION?!?!?! PEOPLE MUST BE MADE TO STOP THESE HORRIBLE CRIMES AGAINST MUSLIMS!!!!!!
User avatar #115 - jedawg (02/11/2015) [-]
Don't get me wrong, I think the fucking religion is stupid but you keep trying to act like a majority of Muslims are supportive of groups like ISIS. They're just not, they don't give a fuck about them. There's the ones living in the areas where that shit happens and don't have the voice to say anything and then there's the ones living in the first world who are just as blind as everyone else.
#420 - Hightower (02/13/2015) [-]
It's not necessarily support, but apathy. They just don't seem to care when people are slaughtering innocents in the name of their religion, but get bent out of shape over the slightest insult,real or imagined.
User avatar #421 - jedawg (02/13/2015) [-]
Them and every other mass religion
#422 - Hightower (02/13/2015) [-]
Good point.
You're...
You're alright.
User avatar #423 - jedawg (02/13/2015) [-]
#106 - That same logic could be applied to the crusades. Every **…  [+] (8 new replies) 02/11/2015 on Anti-Muslims -1
#107 - Hightower (02/11/2015) [-]
Funny, I see active protests against the unequal distribution of wealth in the US all the time. Strikes too. I don't see the muslim anti radical protests anywhere, or muslims boycotting their mosques.
User avatar #108 - jedawg (02/11/2015) [-]
www.cbsnews.com/news/muslims-in-france-protest-against-extremism/
Maybe you just aren't listening, this shit happens all the time in Europe.
#112 - Hightower (02/11/2015) [-]
One protest in Sept. of 2014....
Yeah, that sure proves me wrong.
One protest where less than 1% of 1% of the worldwide muslim population shows up sure does show that the majority of muslims are against these radical ideologies. Or, you know, not...

Hmmm... I wonder how many pro radical protests there have been... Heck, lets just limit the search to 2015, and only about cartoons...
Woah... I wouldn't go searching for that information, unless you really, really want to change your opinion. More people showed up at a single protest over a cartoon of muhammad 3 days ago in london, than showed up to all anti radical protests in all of 2014. To me, that says quite a bit about the mindset of muslims. People beheaded and immolated in the name of my religion? Nah, I don't need to speak out about that.
DRAWINGS OF THE PROPHET OF MY RELIGION?!?!?! PEOPLE MUST BE MADE TO STOP THESE HORRIBLE CRIMES AGAINST MUSLIMS!!!!!!
User avatar #115 - jedawg (02/11/2015) [-]
Don't get me wrong, I think the fucking religion is stupid but you keep trying to act like a majority of Muslims are supportive of groups like ISIS. They're just not, they don't give a fuck about them. There's the ones living in the areas where that shit happens and don't have the voice to say anything and then there's the ones living in the first world who are just as blind as everyone else.
#420 - Hightower (02/13/2015) [-]
It's not necessarily support, but apathy. They just don't seem to care when people are slaughtering innocents in the name of their religion, but get bent out of shape over the slightest insult,real or imagined.
User avatar #421 - jedawg (02/13/2015) [-]
Them and every other mass religion
#422 - Hightower (02/13/2015) [-]
Good point.
You're...
You're alright.
User avatar #423 - jedawg (02/13/2015) [-]
#63 - It's for power. It's the reason extremists are what they are. …  [+] (10 new replies) 02/11/2015 on Anti-Muslims 0
#83 - Hightower (02/11/2015) [-]
You really have no idea what you're talking about. Most wars in the mid east are not for religious ideologies. Does the phrase "Iran Contra" mean anything to you? How about CIA backed rebels in (insert desert shithole country here)?
There are always two reasons for war. The public reason, like WMDs in Iraq, and the real reason, like billions in war profits.
But lets just say you're right, and the only reason people fight in the middle east is because they want to kill each other over who loves their invisible friend the most correct way. According to the stats there are over 1.5 billion muslims worldwide. Over 1 billion of them, more than 2/3rds support these radical ideologies. If this wasn't the case, and the majority of them were as appalled by these actions as a human being should be, why do nothing? I see protests in support of sharia law, and the islamification of europe, but when is the last time there was a muslim protest over the beheading of an innocent person? Why no outrage over the immolation of another human? These people make up a 6th of the worlds population. If they wanted to stand up to these radicals dragging the "peaceful" religion of Islam through the mud, what's stopping them? The desires of the many always win over the desires of the few. History is full of examples.
User avatar #106 - jedawg (02/11/2015) [-]
That same logic could be applied to the crusades. Every fucking time this happens, there's just too many people that do have the power to oppress the many. In the United States, the 1% hold 99% of the wealth. We know this shit, and just because we can't do anything about it doesn't mean we support their position and the same goes for Islamics.
#107 - Hightower (02/11/2015) [-]
Funny, I see active protests against the unequal distribution of wealth in the US all the time. Strikes too. I don't see the muslim anti radical protests anywhere, or muslims boycotting their mosques.
User avatar #108 - jedawg (02/11/2015) [-]
www.cbsnews.com/news/muslims-in-france-protest-against-extremism/
Maybe you just aren't listening, this shit happens all the time in Europe.
#112 - Hightower (02/11/2015) [-]
One protest in Sept. of 2014....
Yeah, that sure proves me wrong.
One protest where less than 1% of 1% of the worldwide muslim population shows up sure does show that the majority of muslims are against these radical ideologies. Or, you know, not...

Hmmm... I wonder how many pro radical protests there have been... Heck, lets just limit the search to 2015, and only about cartoons...
Woah... I wouldn't go searching for that information, unless you really, really want to change your opinion. More people showed up at a single protest over a cartoon of muhammad 3 days ago in london, than showed up to all anti radical protests in all of 2014. To me, that says quite a bit about the mindset of muslims. People beheaded and immolated in the name of my religion? Nah, I don't need to speak out about that.
DRAWINGS OF THE PROPHET OF MY RELIGION?!?!?! PEOPLE MUST BE MADE TO STOP THESE HORRIBLE CRIMES AGAINST MUSLIMS!!!!!!
User avatar #115 - jedawg (02/11/2015) [-]
Don't get me wrong, I think the fucking religion is stupid but you keep trying to act like a majority of Muslims are supportive of groups like ISIS. They're just not, they don't give a fuck about them. There's the ones living in the areas where that shit happens and don't have the voice to say anything and then there's the ones living in the first world who are just as blind as everyone else.
#420 - Hightower (02/13/2015) [-]
It's not necessarily support, but apathy. They just don't seem to care when people are slaughtering innocents in the name of their religion, but get bent out of shape over the slightest insult,real or imagined.
User avatar #421 - jedawg (02/13/2015) [-]
Them and every other mass religion
#422 - Hightower (02/13/2015) [-]
Good point.
You're...
You're alright.
User avatar #423 - jedawg (02/13/2015) [-]
#51 - What do you mean to distance themselves from the radicals? I h…  [+] (12 new replies) 02/11/2015 on Anti-Muslims 0
#54 - Hightower (02/11/2015) [-]
One word. Money.
User avatar #63 - jedawg (02/11/2015) [-]
It's for power. It's the reason extremists are what they are. Yeah, they do what they do for power, but to say that the people who dare stand up against them (even starting wars as a result) are in it for the money is just retarded. People are just tired of being scared, stop acting like everything is about money or a conspiracy.
#83 - Hightower (02/11/2015) [-]
You really have no idea what you're talking about. Most wars in the mid east are not for religious ideologies. Does the phrase "Iran Contra" mean anything to you? How about CIA backed rebels in (insert desert shithole country here)?
There are always two reasons for war. The public reason, like WMDs in Iraq, and the real reason, like billions in war profits.
But lets just say you're right, and the only reason people fight in the middle east is because they want to kill each other over who loves their invisible friend the most correct way. According to the stats there are over 1.5 billion muslims worldwide. Over 1 billion of them, more than 2/3rds support these radical ideologies. If this wasn't the case, and the majority of them were as appalled by these actions as a human being should be, why do nothing? I see protests in support of sharia law, and the islamification of europe, but when is the last time there was a muslim protest over the beheading of an innocent person? Why no outrage over the immolation of another human? These people make up a 6th of the worlds population. If they wanted to stand up to these radicals dragging the "peaceful" religion of Islam through the mud, what's stopping them? The desires of the many always win over the desires of the few. History is full of examples.
User avatar #106 - jedawg (02/11/2015) [-]
That same logic could be applied to the crusades. Every fucking time this happens, there's just too many people that do have the power to oppress the many. In the United States, the 1% hold 99% of the wealth. We know this shit, and just because we can't do anything about it doesn't mean we support their position and the same goes for Islamics.
#107 - Hightower (02/11/2015) [-]
Funny, I see active protests against the unequal distribution of wealth in the US all the time. Strikes too. I don't see the muslim anti radical protests anywhere, or muslims boycotting their mosques.
User avatar #108 - jedawg (02/11/2015) [-]
www.cbsnews.com/news/muslims-in-france-protest-against-extremism/
Maybe you just aren't listening, this shit happens all the time in Europe.
#112 - Hightower (02/11/2015) [-]
One protest in Sept. of 2014....
Yeah, that sure proves me wrong.
One protest where less than 1% of 1% of the worldwide muslim population shows up sure does show that the majority of muslims are against these radical ideologies. Or, you know, not...

Hmmm... I wonder how many pro radical protests there have been... Heck, lets just limit the search to 2015, and only about cartoons...
Woah... I wouldn't go searching for that information, unless you really, really want to change your opinion. More people showed up at a single protest over a cartoon of muhammad 3 days ago in london, than showed up to all anti radical protests in all of 2014. To me, that says quite a bit about the mindset of muslims. People beheaded and immolated in the name of my religion? Nah, I don't need to speak out about that.
DRAWINGS OF THE PROPHET OF MY RELIGION?!?!?! PEOPLE MUST BE MADE TO STOP THESE HORRIBLE CRIMES AGAINST MUSLIMS!!!!!!
User avatar #115 - jedawg (02/11/2015) [-]
Don't get me wrong, I think the fucking religion is stupid but you keep trying to act like a majority of Muslims are supportive of groups like ISIS. They're just not, they don't give a fuck about them. There's the ones living in the areas where that shit happens and don't have the voice to say anything and then there's the ones living in the first world who are just as blind as everyone else.
#420 - Hightower (02/13/2015) [-]
It's not necessarily support, but apathy. They just don't seem to care when people are slaughtering innocents in the name of their religion, but get bent out of shape over the slightest insult,real or imagined.
User avatar #421 - jedawg (02/13/2015) [-]
Them and every other mass religion
#422 - Hightower (02/13/2015) [-]
Good point.
You're...
You're alright.
User avatar #423 - jedawg (02/13/2015) [-]
#46 - Show me where is shows how the majority (you did say most of t…  [+] (4 new replies) 02/11/2015 on Anti-Muslims +1
User avatar #86 - gitanisme (02/11/2015) [-]
Social network, being an atheist in a muslim family, they just accept what the terrorists did, they don't care.
We even had 3rd grade (arabic, of course) kids supporting the attacks.
Almost no muslims walking in Paris on January the 11st aswell.
#148 - anonymous (02/11/2015) [-]
You're unbearably fucking retarded.
User avatar #165 - gitanisme (02/11/2015) [-]
top grade argumentation

gg no re
User avatar #110 - jedawg (02/11/2015) [-]
Sucks about your family, mate. I'm an atheist as well. Sorry you got stuck with the minority of the ideology
#45 - lmao just because they out number the extremists doesn't mean …  [+] (18 new replies) 02/11/2015 on Anti-Muslims +10
User avatar #318 - mcbigballz (02/12/2015) [-]
The fact is though that radical muslims outnumber and out power liberal muslims.
User avatar #404 - jedawg (02/12/2015) [-]
More radicals than not? You've literally lost any right to be listened to in this argument. That's like saying that any random Muslim out in the public is more likely to kill you, or support killing you than not (assuming you're not a Muslim).
User avatar #416 - mcbigballz (02/12/2015) [-]
Radical beliefs are not extremist views. Believing that Sharia Law should be the supreme law of the land doesn't mean they are a terrorist. It means they believe that a theocracy should govern all of the world. That's radical. You're not understanding the argument so don't denounce it before you can't comprehend it please.
#47 - Hightower (02/11/2015) [-]
Might =/= right.
It would be very simple for muslims to distance themselves from the radicals. They overwhelmingly choose not to, and instead try to justify their actions.
In other words I don't care if those 1 or 2 kids have AK's. They have to sleep sometime.
User avatar #163 - truesmokewolf (02/11/2015) [-]
You make a point that they don't condemn the extremist acts in most cases, but the rest of your argument here is off-base.
User avatar #51 - jedawg (02/11/2015) [-]
What do you mean to distance themselves from the radicals? I have never seen a Muslim observe the acts of ISIS and not facepalm (or anything that signifies that expression).

Yeah, no shit they're trying to retaliate against the extremist assholes, why do you think there's been so much war in the Middle East for so long?
#54 - Hightower (02/11/2015) [-]
One word. Money.
User avatar #63 - jedawg (02/11/2015) [-]
It's for power. It's the reason extremists are what they are. Yeah, they do what they do for power, but to say that the people who dare stand up against them (even starting wars as a result) are in it for the money is just retarded. People are just tired of being scared, stop acting like everything is about money or a conspiracy.
#83 - Hightower (02/11/2015) [-]
You really have no idea what you're talking about. Most wars in the mid east are not for religious ideologies. Does the phrase "Iran Contra" mean anything to you? How about CIA backed rebels in (insert desert shithole country here)?
There are always two reasons for war. The public reason, like WMDs in Iraq, and the real reason, like billions in war profits.
But lets just say you're right, and the only reason people fight in the middle east is because they want to kill each other over who loves their invisible friend the most correct way. According to the stats there are over 1.5 billion muslims worldwide. Over 1 billion of them, more than 2/3rds support these radical ideologies. If this wasn't the case, and the majority of them were as appalled by these actions as a human being should be, why do nothing? I see protests in support of sharia law, and the islamification of europe, but when is the last time there was a muslim protest over the beheading of an innocent person? Why no outrage over the immolation of another human? These people make up a 6th of the worlds population. If they wanted to stand up to these radicals dragging the "peaceful" religion of Islam through the mud, what's stopping them? The desires of the many always win over the desires of the few. History is full of examples.
User avatar #106 - jedawg (02/11/2015) [-]
That same logic could be applied to the crusades. Every fucking time this happens, there's just too many people that do have the power to oppress the many. In the United States, the 1% hold 99% of the wealth. We know this shit, and just because we can't do anything about it doesn't mean we support their position and the same goes for Islamics.
#107 - Hightower (02/11/2015) [-]
Funny, I see active protests against the unequal distribution of wealth in the US all the time. Strikes too. I don't see the muslim anti radical protests anywhere, or muslims boycotting their mosques.
User avatar #108 - jedawg (02/11/2015) [-]
www.cbsnews.com/news/muslims-in-france-protest-against-extremism/
Maybe you just aren't listening, this shit happens all the time in Europe.
#112 - Hightower (02/11/2015) [-]
One protest in Sept. of 2014....
Yeah, that sure proves me wrong.
One protest where less than 1% of 1% of the worldwide muslim population shows up sure does show that the majority of muslims are against these radical ideologies. Or, you know, not...

Hmmm... I wonder how many pro radical protests there have been... Heck, lets just limit the search to 2015, and only about cartoons...
Woah... I wouldn't go searching for that information, unless you really, really want to change your opinion. More people showed up at a single protest over a cartoon of muhammad 3 days ago in london, than showed up to all anti radical protests in all of 2014. To me, that says quite a bit about the mindset of muslims. People beheaded and immolated in the name of my religion? Nah, I don't need to speak out about that.
DRAWINGS OF THE PROPHET OF MY RELIGION?!?!?! PEOPLE MUST BE MADE TO STOP THESE HORRIBLE CRIMES AGAINST MUSLIMS!!!!!!
User avatar #115 - jedawg (02/11/2015) [-]
Don't get me wrong, I think the fucking religion is stupid but you keep trying to act like a majority of Muslims are supportive of groups like ISIS. They're just not, they don't give a fuck about them. There's the ones living in the areas where that shit happens and don't have the voice to say anything and then there's the ones living in the first world who are just as blind as everyone else.
#420 - Hightower (02/13/2015) [-]
It's not necessarily support, but apathy. They just don't seem to care when people are slaughtering innocents in the name of their religion, but get bent out of shape over the slightest insult,real or imagined.
User avatar #421 - jedawg (02/13/2015) [-]
Them and every other mass religion
#422 - Hightower (02/13/2015) [-]
Good point.
You're...
You're alright.
User avatar #423 - jedawg (02/13/2015) [-]
#92 - Picture 02/11/2015 on Description +22
#26 - They harvest more than enough energy to last you through the n…  [+] (1 new reply) 02/10/2015 on The truth shall set you free 0
#27 - wacawaca (02/11/2015) [-]
but the energy needs to be stored somewhere, it doesn't just hang out in the grid until it is used. I admit I am no expert but I am in an engineering major and we have had many talks about the subject of storing energy in the grid. you can't you need batteries
#18 - lmao. This isn't how it would actually go, it's a size represe…  [+] (4 new replies) 02/10/2015 on The truth shall set you free 0
#23 - wacawaca (02/10/2015) [-]
that area would be much larger in England less direct sunlight . also what is your storage plan so that the grid is powered at night?
User avatar #26 - jedawg (02/10/2015) [-]
They harvest more than enough energy to last you through the night. Again, I'm not saying it should power 100% of everything, to act like there are no benefits to are usual energy resources would be ignorant but to act like solar energy isn't the best choice to have as our primary is denial.
#27 - wacawaca (02/11/2015) [-]
but the energy needs to be stored somewhere, it doesn't just hang out in the grid until it is used. I admit I am no expert but I am in an engineering major and we have had many talks about the subject of storing energy in the grid. you can't you need batteries
User avatar #19 - wisdombranch (02/10/2015) [-]
Where do you live?
#13 - Where are you getting your information from? In the long run, …  [+] (11 new replies) 02/10/2015 on The truth shall set you free 0
#22 - wacawaca (02/10/2015) [-]
is there infrastructure in Africa to get the power to the rest of the world, also could you give me the area in a place that is cloudy for a good part of the time? How would you store the energy for night consumption. your source is idealistic For high start up costs the infrastructure of coal is already there, it is expensive to replace current infrastructure.
Sunlight energy density 1.353 kW/m2 hypertextbook.com/facts/1998/ManicaPiputbundit.shtml
Coal energy density 24 MJ/kg en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Energy_density
I agree that we need to stop using fossil fuels, but get your head outta your ass and think
User avatar #14 - wisdombranch (02/10/2015) [-]
Why are the squares on Africa?
#15 - anonymous (02/10/2015) [-]
What area would have to be covered in solar power plants to supply energy to the world etc.
User avatar #17 - wisdombranch (02/10/2015) [-]
Ahem, why are the squares not in the first world, where the are needed?
User avatar #21 - haroldsaxon (02/10/2015) [-]
It's a question of efficiency.
#24 - wacawaca (02/10/2015) [-]
sure in an ideal world this would work, but solar panels aren't as efficient when they aren't in the desert. If we did put them in the desert we would lose power when we send them through cables to where they are needed. This is an example of high school physics, leave the thinking to engineers.
User avatar #18 - jedawg (02/10/2015) [-]
lmao. This isn't how it would actually go, it's a size representation so you can compare how much we'd need to land mass. We could split that square up to all countries having their own. That's not where they plan to build or whatever.
#23 - wacawaca (02/10/2015) [-]
that area would be much larger in England less direct sunlight . also what is your storage plan so that the grid is powered at night?
User avatar #26 - jedawg (02/10/2015) [-]
They harvest more than enough energy to last you through the night. Again, I'm not saying it should power 100% of everything, to act like there are no benefits to are usual energy resources would be ignorant but to act like solar energy isn't the best choice to have as our primary is denial.
#27 - wacawaca (02/11/2015) [-]
but the energy needs to be stored somewhere, it doesn't just hang out in the grid until it is used. I admit I am no expert but I am in an engineering major and we have had many talks about the subject of storing energy in the grid. you can't you need batteries
User avatar #19 - wisdombranch (02/10/2015) [-]
Where do you live?
#102 - I get reading is great for you and all, I do. But it's not for…  [+] (5 new replies) 02/10/2015 on The problem +5
User avatar #126 - theworstlurker (02/10/2015) [-]
Sounds like you have a serious reading problem.
#124 - pornoranger (02/10/2015) [-]
*what the illiterate fucks you call teachers think the author is trying to say
User avatar #113 - rattman (02/10/2015) [-]
I enjoy reading as well but the problem is that nearly everyone assumes they are more intelligent for doing it even though anyone with any sense would know causing an argument over something so trivial is stupid.
User avatar #111 - arena (02/10/2015) [-]
Well.
I actually think books are better. However people are inpatient and fuck so like movies doe.
User avatar #120 - kousei (02/10/2015) [-]
I gotta agree with the other guy. Books aren't inherently better simply for being books. They have more potential as the author can be more vague and let your imagination make it better, but sometimes the wording is just dry, and dull.
#236 - I guarantee you there are more furries in the armed forces tha… 02/09/2015 on Furries vs Bronies +1
#436 - Well you're just not right on the topic, I'm sorry what do you… 02/07/2015 on Did you know? 0
#149 - I think what they were trying to say is that it's a politician…  [+] (3 new replies) 02/06/2015 on Did you know? 0
User avatar #426 - fyaq (02/07/2015) [-]
The butthurts downthumbing us dont seem to understand outside of jerking eachother off.
User avatar #436 - jedawg (02/07/2015) [-]
Well you're just not right on the topic, I'm sorry what do you want me to say? You're saying that a religious organization doing something good would never be recognized on the internet. How many times has the pope been on FJ?
#178 - ipunchcats (02/06/2015) [-]
he's not neutral, he's an atheist.
#145 - I don't know what he was trying to imply with the liberal thin… 02/05/2015 on Ron Paul 2016 +1
#130 - You're free to express your thoughts but you can't use your sp…  [+] (1 new reply) 02/04/2015 on Sacred punch +2
User avatar #141 - niggastolemyname (02/04/2015) [-]

saying that there is 'clear and present danger' when there isn't is against the law - but the caveat being that this has been used to shut down sedition
#18 - It didn't say anything about the country. When it was first na… 02/03/2015 on Shots fi....... Land taken. 0
#86 - lol I'm American 02/03/2015 on American healthcare 0
#57 - Typical, You think to change something, one should invade. Sil…  [+] (2 new replies) 02/02/2015 on American healthcare +1
User avatar #83 - mortolife (02/02/2015) [-]
It was a joke, my point stands, you all seem to hate United States policies and complain about them more than people who actually live there. Stop bitching and change it if it bothers you that much.
User avatar #86 - jedawg (02/03/2015) [-]
lol I'm American

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