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What do you hate about a Country/destination you love?
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Posted 12/26/13

Gyava wrote:

I love America

but there's this user named Marcel20 who posts shit about Countries/destinations I love that I can't stand


Lmao
Posted 12/26/13

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puellapeanut wrote:

I like a lot of countries but I'll focus on one...I really like a lot of things about Japan but...

ADMIT YOUR WAR CRIMES! Stop trying to act like you're innocent, and the war was everyone elses fault!

I would have said something about Australia, but then I dislike most things about that country. And yes, this is coming from someone who lived there for some time.


Woah.. Have you ever thought what Japan felt when they had to do the Unconditional Surrender? The Nukes had nothing to do with the Germans war... Seriously...


Have you ever thought how millions across Asia felt when Japan suddenly took over, raping, murdering, torturing, and experimenting on them? And then, to this day to have Japan not teach their own people what they did? Imagine how those constant denials feel.

I think you should seriously read up on Japanese War Crimes and how they deny/hide it even today, then speak.

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Posted 12/26/13 , edited 12/26/13

puellapeanut wrote:


Striferu wrote:


puellapeanut wrote:

I like a lot of countries but I'll focus on one...I really like a lot of things about Japan but...

ADMIT YOUR WAR CRIMES! Stop trying to act like you're innocent, and the war was everyone elses fault!

I would have said something about Australia, but then I dislike most things about that country. And yes, this is coming from someone who lived there for some time.


Woah.. Have you ever thought what Japan felt when they had to do the Unconditional Surrender? The Nukes had nothing to do with the Germans war... Seriously...


Have you ever thought how millions across Asia felt when Japan suddenly took over, raping, murdering, torturing, and experimenting on them? And then, to this day to have Japan not teach their own people what they did? Imagine how those constant denials feel.

I think you should seriously read up on Japanese War Crimes and how they deny/hide it even today, then speak.



Sure I'm already going to read about Japanese Wars already. It engages me. I know and they buried Chinese civilians too. The worst punishment is still time I say...

Posted 12/26/13

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I really hate in the U.S how thinking differently then what is considered the mainstream opinion can lead to a massive sh*tstorm


I soooooooooooo agree with this
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I love Canada. There, I said it, but I hate the fact that Canada is the base of operations for the polar bear special tactics and reconnaissance. Based on gathered intel, it is believed that polar bears employ the small versatile black bears to spy on us and learn the locations of humanity's food stores.
Posted 12/27/13

Gyava wrote:

I love America

but there's this user named Marcel20 who posts shit about Countries/destinations I love that I can't stand


ummm... ouch I guess?
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Posted 12/28/13
I hate snowy/slushy/icy winters...
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Posted 12/28/13
well i haven't been many places so...


Aokidanza wrote:

Country (US): I love what we are supposed to be, but hate what we actually are. (Vague, sorry, don't feel like diving in to this one.)


same....

State (South Carolina): I wouldn't want to live anywhere else, but I really, really, really hate bugs. Especially those disgusting palmetto bugs. And snakes. And spiders. And slugs.

China: the pollution. when I unpacked from the trip I seriously thought the smog was gonna ooze out of my bag...


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Posted 12/28/13
I generally love America. But I would love it more if we removed three people: Sarah Palin, Rush Limbaugh, and Ann Coulter.
Posted 12/28/13

puellapeanut wrote:


Striferu wrote:


puellapeanut wrote:

I like a lot of countries but I'll focus on one...I really like a lot of things about Japan but...

ADMIT YOUR WAR CRIMES! Stop trying to act like you're innocent, and the war was everyone elses fault!

I would have said something about Australia, but then I dislike most things about that country. And yes, this is coming from someone who lived there for some time.


Woah.. Have you ever thought what Japan felt when they had to do the Unconditional Surrender? The Nukes had nothing to do with the Germans war... Seriously...


Have you ever thought how millions across Asia felt when Japan suddenly took over, raping, murdering, torturing, and experimenting on them? And then, to this day to have Japan not teach their own people what they did? Imagine how those constant denials feel.

I think you should seriously read up on Japanese War Crimes and how they deny/hide it even today, then speak.



Don't hate on them for being smart about it.
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Posted 12/28/13
I haven't traveled much and the places I've been to, I haven't stayed for long so I'll focus on where I live.

I love the U.S. for many reasons, and I think it's one of the best places to live. But I really dislike the people that run the government, a lot of them come from some of the best schools in the country yet it seems like they have no common sense. I just wish we would have more people in government that could think logically about making decisions.

Another thing I hate about this country is that we can't seem to have a sensible debate on gun control. It's not that I want guns to be banned, I just want people to think of ways to make things better. For example it doesn't seem unreasonable to have everyone who purchases a firearm to take a safety course, does it? Everyone must take a course and pass a test to drive, so why can't this be the same? Both a car and gun can be used irresponsibly and cause harm to people. I know this may put owning guns in the category of privileges rather than rights and this would get a lot of people riled up, but I would argue that it should be a privilege and you should demonstrate through classes and tests(like driving) that you're competent and responsible enough to own one. And it seems no matter how many mass shooting we have there's no progress made afterwards.

Thinking more locally, I love New York, I've lived here my whole life. What I don't like is that there stricter laws and more regulations than other states. We're also taxed more and where I live (Long Island) apartments are quite expensive, I'll probably have to wait until I complete graduate school before I can move out and get my own place. I visited South Carolina over the summer and found many people who lived in the island but moved down there because it was too expensive ling on Long Island.

Although New York City is quite diverse, on Long Island towns are a little more segregated. I'm one of the few Black people in my town, which was one of the first suburbs built after WWII mostly for returning vets. The builder of the town William Levitt refused to sell his homes to Blacks , so that's one of the reasons things are this way. You can see it as you drive through different towns the people look different and the overall condition of the towns change.
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Posted 12/28/13

qualeshia3 wrote:


marcel20 wrote:


qualeshia3 wrote:

I share a like/hate feeling towards America.


Such as?



Just the things I like and hate.



OMG same here
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Posted 12/28/13



Oh wow.
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Posted 12/28/13
Lots of diverse and beautiful destinations in China, but everything is dirty as fuck. If you wear anything white, don't let it touch anything, even if it looks clean because it usually isn't. Dish washing companies are often caught "washing" the dishes in grimy water without soap, a single damp, dirty cloth is used to clean everything throughout an entire day. There's also garbage littered everywhere.

That given, as I said it has many beautiful locales, it's also got great food, friends and even friends of friends treat you like visiting royalty and the beer is really cheap. So, regardless of the filth, I love it.
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