I was informed that most members on this site don't live in the United States and yet I keep reading negative comments. I guess you live in utopia. I would love to move so please comment what the best country to live in ideal.
You're question doesn't seem to be too sincere. What do you mean by "and yet I keep reading negative comments"? About the United States? About the weather? About the state of day time TV? It may be implied but you really need to think things through when you write a thread like this which could draw derisive comments because clearly you're trying to provoke negative reactions against your implied charges against nonUSers.
Yes. I live in the US and I have said in many threads that the US is the best country to live in but I'm not going to disparage other people's criticism against the US if it's reasonable and thoughtful and backed up by research and fact. Just because someone holds fault against one country or another doesn't mean they are implying they are living in a utopia which the country they are criticizing needs to duplicate in every aspect.
i reside in canada because i was born there, is it a great place, yes and no, the country (ie the physical place) is wonderful, politically we elect scumbag politicians (and they're all scumbags at heart) just like every democratic country
the one big advantage beyond the scenery is the healthcare, i'm more than happy to pay my taxes to have basic healthcare when i need it
i have no problem with the states because i don't really believe the government defines the people, other than to mock them, i never give the government here a second thought
are there other countries i'd like to live in, sure, most of the northern european countries (i love the northern landscape and cool temperatures), the UK or Australia
"you'll find that ignorance is blissful, every goddamn time"
Fri 9 Nov, 2012 06:33 am
Leaving aside the thousands of Muslim terrorists who are registered here, this place is overrun with foreigners. Why, Texans alone account for a lot of the regularly posting members. There are hordes of Oztralians, and a lot of Anglish, too. Don't even get me started on the ones here who can't speak plain English, not to mention the foreigners who have trouble with the language.
unfortunately it's all cold water flats (walk-ups at that)
i think i once saw a bus schedule on a pole
foods decent, but this is the local theatre
Fri 9 Nov, 2012 07:26 am
If i had a rocket launcher . . .
Negative comments may be unpleasant to read, but they are a part of the free speech part of a democracy. Freedom of speech doesn't just mean freedom of nice, fluffy bunny speech. It's freedom of ugly, scaly alligator speech, too.
My apologies to all alligators. Please don't eat me.