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The United States of America is a region within the Americas that consists of 50 united states, you moron. There are only a handful of sections named after Columbus in the United States, you moron.



North America was named after Amerigo Vespucci not Christopher Columbus, come on I know the educational standards in the States aren't all that high but do and try and keep up mate.
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My race is ok

I don't necessarily like my race but I don't hate it either
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XxDarkSasuxX wrote:

The United States of America is a region within the Americas that consists of 50 united states, you moron. There are only a handful of sections named after Columbus in the United States, you moron.



North America was named after Amerigo Vespucci not Christopher Columbus, come on I know the educational standards in the States aren't all that high but do and try and keep up mate.
You are correct: in the fact that the continent was named after this explorer and that I was never taught this.
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Oh get over yourself mate. You know what a First Nations see when he looks at Irishman, a Englishman, and a German? Three guys with pale skin and bad hair.


What made you think I wasn't over it and not just saying shit in the same tone as yourself?

I think someone is projecting.
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Ranwolf wrote:


XxDarkSasuxX wrote:

The United States of America is a region within the Americas that consists of 50 united states, you moron. There are only a handful of sections named after Columbus in the United States, you moron.



North America was named after Amerigo Vespucci not Christopher Columbus, come on I know the educational standards in the States aren't all that high but do and try and keep up mate.
You are correct: in the fact that the continent was named after this explorer and that I was never taught this.


Really, come on mate I know the fact I went to ridiculously expensive private school for the entirety of my k-12 education skews my idea of an educational standard but I was taught that in the fourth grade. What in the world do American students learn in the fourth grade finger painting?
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Ranwolf wrote:

Oh get over yourself mate. You know what a First Nations see when he looks at Irishman, a Englishman, and a German? Three guys with pale skin and bad hair.


What made you think I wasn't over it and not just saying shit in the same tone as yourself?

I think someone is projecting.


I am just really tried of every single Irish person I meet trying to pretend their skin isn't just as pale every other Caucasian on the planet. I just wish they'd look in mirror and realise they look the exact same as every other white person regardless of the flag they stand under.
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Well, we white people have done a lot of things I wish we hadn't.
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I am just really tried of every single Irish person I meet trying to pretend their skin isn't just as pale every other Caucasian on the planet. I just wish they'd look in mirror and realise they look the exact same as every other white person regardless of the flag they stand under.


So what races have you been mistaken for, sir? And are you happy about it?

No, don't answer that question. I don't give a shit to know, and neither should you.
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Really, come on mate I know the fact I went to ridiculously expensive private school for the entirety of my k-12 education skews my idea of an educational standard but I was taught that in the fourth grade. What in the world do American students learn in the fourth grade finger painting?

For someone who went to a ridiculously expensive private school, you sure do paint a poor picture of your intelligence.

As a matter of fact, the reason I assumed you were talking about Christopher Columbus was that I have such a low impression of you that I literally did assume you were talking about him. From the fact that I used to live in a city called Columbus as much as from my own ignorance of our continent name's origin.

It is my fault for not typing in "America name origin" into a search engine before I posted my initial response to you, however. Jest as you will, I erred in one of my posts.
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Ranwolf wrote:

I am just really tried of every single Irish person I meet trying to pretend their skin isn't just as pale every other Caucasian on the planet. I just wish they'd look in mirror and realise they look the exact same as every other white person regardless of the flag they stand under.


So what races have you been mistaken for, sir? And are you happy about it?

No, don't answer that question. I don't give a shit, and neither should you.


Irish isn't a race mate, it is at best a nationality or perhaps a culture. And I am going to answer your question anyways in ascending order of the numbers of times I've been mistaken for , 1. Japanese, 2. Korean, 3. Just once Thai.
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Irish isn't a race mate, it is at best a nationality or perhaps a culture. And I am going to answer your question anyways in ascending order of the numbers of times I've been mistaken for , 1. Japanese, 2. Korean, 3. Just once Thai.


Sorry man, it's hard to keep track when you have talked so extensively in the past about your specific tribal culture and not your race.

Can we just fucking stop berating other peoples races and cultures on a stupid internet forum, already?
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Ranwolf wrote:

Really, come on mate I know the fact I went to ridiculously expensive private school for the entirety of my k-12 education skews my idea of an educational standard but I was taught that in the fourth grade. What in the world do American students learn in the fourth grade finger painting?

For someone who went to a ridiculously expensive private school, you sure do paint a poor picture of your intelligence.

As a matter of fact, the reason I assumed you were talking about Christopher Columbus was that I have such a low impression of you that I literally did assume you were talking about him. From the fact that I used to live in a city called Columbus as much as from my own ignorance of our continent name's origin.

It is my fault for not typing in "America name origin" into a search engine before I posted my initial response to you, however. Jest as you will, I erred in one of my posts.


Yeah I paint a poor picture of my intelligence. And but what means did you come to this poor picture of mental capability, the fact I don't blindly agree with every useless egalitarianism policy out there. That I believe you all could stand to have some discipline in your lives. That I was only ever B- student overall, or that I chose a military career over becoming a lawyer, banker, or politician like so many of my classmates did? If that makes me stupid I'd rather be your version of stupid then your version of intelligent

But I rather think I have strayed too far off topic out of mere spite and petty laughs so I will end it here for myself.
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Ranwolf wrote:

Irish isn't a race mate, it is at best a nationality or perhaps a culture. And I am going to answer your question anyways in ascending order of the numbers of times I've been mistaken for , 1. Japanese, 2. Korean, 3. Just once Thai.


Sorry man, it's hard to keep track when you have talked so extensively in the past about your specific tribal culture and not your race.

Can we just fucking stop berating other peoples races and cultures on a stupid internet forum, already?


I have never berated anyone's race, whites included. Everything I have ever said concerning white people is a verifiable and historic fact. If you don't like history there isn't much I can do to paint a pretty picture of the actions of the Caucasian race . Yes it happened hundreds of years before I was born but I and all my fellow First Nations are still paying for it when we in fact have done nothing.

The fact so many of my people are willingly adopting the language, customs, and attitudes of the whites bothers me to quite a severe degree. I was asked for my opinion on these feelings and I have given it. I am sorry if it bothers you mate but perhaps you should grow thicker skin and stop acting like I am attacking you personally. Though I've noticed this is a trait with all white people when I bring up the past.
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And but what means did you come to this poor picture of mental capability, the fact I don't blindly agree with every useless egalitarianism policy out there.

The fact that you are sitting on your computer for a quarter of the day coming up with these crazy near conspiracy theories that you are such an oppressed victim of the white man in a country you don't even live in.


That I believe you all could stand to have some discipline in your lives.

This is something I agree with you about on occassion. So no.


That I was only ever B- student overall,

I'm a B and C student myself, since I could only ever bother myself with tests.


or that I chose a military career over becoming a lawyer, banker, or politician like so many of my classmates did?

Of course not.


If that makes me stupid I'd rather be your version of stupid then your version of intelligent

Now, go back up and read all of the assumptions you make about why anyone could possibly have a poor opinion of your character and think about why that may be the case.

Every aspect of your life from your career choice to what you were fucking born as makes you an inferior. A victim. It's annoying.
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