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Postby San Lumen » Mon Oct 09, 2017 12:31 pm

Vince Vaughn wrote:
San Lumen wrote:define inner cities


Where poor minorities live.

Oh i see so anyone whose non white is poor and all cities are horrible evil places got it. Your little farming town is such much better so much so that you vote counts more than in a major city.

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Postby Proctopeo » Mon Oct 09, 2017 12:32 pm

San Lumen wrote:
Vince Vaughn wrote:
Where poor minorities live.

Oh i see so anyone whose non white is poor and all cities are horrible evil places got it. Your little farming town is such much better so much so that you vote counts more than in a major city.

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Postby Keshiland » Mon Oct 09, 2017 12:32 pm

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What in the world is with your smiley spamming?


Are you serious? He said the south is an economic powerhouse. It's not CA and NY are the powerhouse South East is more like a power drainer
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Postby The Batavia » Mon Oct 09, 2017 12:32 pm

San Lumen wrote:
Vince Vaughn wrote:
Where poor minorities live.

Oh i see so anyone whose non white is poor and all cities are horrible evil places got it. Your little farming town is such much better so much so that you vote counts more than in a major city.

Tone it down a bit.
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Postby Xelsis » Mon Oct 09, 2017 12:34 pm

Keshiland wrote:
Destructive Government Economic System wrote:
What in the world is with your smiley spamming?


Are you serious? He said the south is an economic powerhouse. It's not CA and NY are the powerhouse South East is more like a power drainer


It's the West, actually, particularly in the north-the Dakotas, Wyoming-that have been, proportionately, the greatest contributors to driving the economy.

California and New York are big states, having the biggest economies by default (alongside Florida and Texas), but are not the biggest economic drivers in terms of growth (often doing worse than, in particular, Texas)
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Postby Thermodolia » Mon Oct 09, 2017 12:37 pm

Keshiland wrote:
Destructive Government Economic System wrote:
What in the world is with your smiley spamming?


Are you serious? He said the south is an economic powerhouse. It's not CA and NY are the powerhouse South East is more like a power drainer

Um because it is. NY, CA, and the south are all economic powerhouses. The US has more than two ya know. Most of your movies are made in the South, just about every car manufactured in the US is made in the south, the same with just about every aircraft, several foreign and native corporations have their North American and main headquarters in the south.

It's highly evident that you don't know what you are talking about, per the usual
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Postby Destructive Government Economic System » Mon Oct 09, 2017 12:37 pm

Keshiland wrote:
Destructive Government Economic System wrote:
What in the world is with your smiley spamming?


Are you serious? He said the south is an economic powerhouse. It's not CA and NY are the powerhouse South East is more like a power drainer


Maybe you could have posted your baseless message without so many stupid emojis? It makes it even more baseless than it already is, and you literally called the United States a "country that is basically a larger version of North Korea" in this same thread. Who is going to take you seriously?

I don't know if I can get my point to you, since out of all people, it's Keshiland that I am talking to.
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Postby Yami-Chan » Mon Oct 09, 2017 12:38 pm

Yes the U.S. is not a developing country

Here's why:

Out of control gun laws
A maniac elected through Russian Interference that people deny
Airport security
A inflating currency
Use of Imperial System
Lack of Eco friendly energy as primary energy source
High carbon footprint
A constitution written in a time people were genocides and enslaved, thus being outdated
A handful of people own half the countries wealth
Corporations run free of government interference, meaning they can do whatever
Police brutality
Hate free speech (ironic)
The list goes on

All these people claiming it's developed are probably trump tards, bigots, or nationalist

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Postby The Two Jerseys » Mon Oct 09, 2017 12:39 pm

Keshiland wrote:
Destructive Government Economic System wrote:
What in the world is with your smiley spamming?


Are you serious? He said the south is an economic powerhouse. It's not CA and NY are the powerhouse South East is more like a power drainer

That's why all the foreign auto manufacturers set up plants there and not in the South, right?

Right?

RIGHT?
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Postby Thermodolia » Mon Oct 09, 2017 12:41 pm

The Two Jerseys wrote:
Keshiland wrote:
Are you serious? He said the south is an economic powerhouse. It's not CA and NY are the powerhouse South East is more like a power drainer

That's why all the foreign auto manufacturers set up plants there and not in the South, right?

Right?

RIGHT?

I guess all those movies and aircraft aren't made in the south either
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Postby The Two Jerseys » Mon Oct 09, 2017 12:46 pm

Thermodolia wrote:
The Two Jerseys wrote:That's why all the foreign auto manufacturers set up plants there and not in the South, right?

Right?

RIGHT?

I guess all those movies and aircraft aren't made in the south either

It's like arguing with Baghdad Bob: "Factories? What factories? There are no factories within a hundred miles of here!"

Oh, and not to mention that Ted Turner runs his empire out of Atlanta, along with a little company called Coca-Cola...
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Postby Xelsis » Mon Oct 09, 2017 12:47 pm

Yami-Chan wrote:Yes the U.S. is not a developing country

Here's why:

Out of control gun laws


Yes, I agree, guns are much too tightly regulated in the U.S.

Yami-Chan wrote:A maniac elected through Russian Interference that people deny


I must have forgotten that part where sixty million Russians immigrated to the states for a day and flooded the polls. Man, Customs must have been busy.

Yami-Chan wrote:Airport security


Probably should go the same way as gun control, am I right?

Yami-Chan wrote:A inflating currency


Because nobody else has that.

Yami-Chan wrote:Use of Imperial System


Not actually used here.

Yami-Chan wrote:Lack of Eco friendly energy as primary energy source


Thanks largely to left-wing protests against nuclear, yeah.

Yami-Chan wrote:High carbon footprint


High population.

Yami-Chan wrote:A constitution written in a time people were genocides and enslaved, thus being outdated


More people are enslaved today than at any point in world history. More people were killed by genocide in the 20th Century than at any point in history.

The Constitution was actually written at a less genocidey and slave-filled time than recent years. So, thanks for the vote of confidence.

Yami-Chan wrote:A handful of people own half the countries wealth


So?

Yami-Chan wrote:Corporations run free of government interference, meaning they can do whatever


I must have missed the part where the government abolished regulations and taxation.

Yami-Chan wrote:Police brutality


A sad thing. Also not unique.

Yami-Chan wrote:Hate free speech (ironic)


Truly developed countries throw people in prison for saying non-PC things, of course.

Yami-Chan wrote:The list goes on



Does it?

Yami-Chan wrote:All these people claiming it's developed are probably trump tards, bigots, or nationalist


You misspelled "rational"
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Postby Thermodolia » Mon Oct 09, 2017 12:51 pm

The Two Jerseys wrote:
Thermodolia wrote:I guess all those movies and aircraft aren't made in the south either

It's like arguing with Baghdad Bob: "Factories? What factories? There are no factories within a hundred miles of here!"

Oh, and not to mention that Ted Turner runs his empire out of Atlanta, along with a little company called Coca-Cola...

Or the small fact that Porsche's North American headquarters are in Atlanta.
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Postby Luminesa » Mon Oct 09, 2017 12:51 pm

San Lumen wrote:
Vince Vaughn wrote:
Where poor minorities live.

Oh i see so anyone whose non white is poor and all cities are horrible evil places got it. Your little farming town is such much better so much so that you vote counts more than in a major city.

...That was more wide-left than Nick Folk’s missed 31-yard kick against New England on Sunday. Wow.

You get so defensive the moment minorities are brought in, who said that these minorities are evil? Yes, many inner cities are filled with poor minorities, due to the plenitude of cheap housing. However, more minority people also live in poor suburbs right outside the cities. Projects and such. And finally, where did you get stuff about votes? Looks like you’re not responding to the other poster, and more like an enemy you created.
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Postby Luminesa » Mon Oct 09, 2017 12:53 pm

Yami-Chan wrote:Yes the U.S. is not a developing country

Here's why:

Out of control gun laws
A maniac elected through Russian Interference that people deny
Airport security
A inflating currency
Use of Imperial System
Lack of Eco friendly energy as primary energy source
High carbon footprint
A constitution written in a time people were genocides and enslaved, thus being outdated
A handful of people own half the countries wealth
Corporations run free of government interference, meaning they can do whatever
Police brutality
Hate free speech (ironic)
The list goes on

All these people claiming it's developed are probably trump tards, bigots, or nationalist

None of these play into whether or not the United States is a developing country. Maybe a list of things that concern you, but not relevant to the conversation.
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Postby Holy Marsh » Mon Oct 09, 2017 12:54 pm

The United States is a developed country. The mental gymnastics required to say otherwise is absurd.
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Postby Yami-Chan » Mon Oct 09, 2017 12:56 pm

Xelsis wrote:
Yami-Chan wrote:Yes the U.S. is not a developing country

Here's why:

Out of control gun laws


Yes, I agree, guns are much too tightly regulated in the U.S.

Yami-Chan wrote:A maniac elected through Russian Interference that people deny


I must have forgotten that part where sixty million Russians immigrated to the states for a day and flooded the polls. Man, Customs must have been busy.

Yami-Chan wrote:Airport security


Probably should go the same way as gun control, am I right?

Yami-Chan wrote:A inflating currency


Because nobody else has that.

Yami-Chan wrote:Use of Imperial System


Not actually used here.

Yami-Chan wrote:Lack of Eco friendly energy as primary energy source


Thanks largely to left-wing protests against nuclear, yeah.

Yami-Chan wrote:High carbon footprint


High population.

Yami-Chan wrote:A constitution written in a time people were genocides and enslaved, thus being outdated


More people are enslaved today than at any point in world history. More people were killed by genocide in the 20th Century than at any point in history.

The Constitution was actually written at a less genocidey and slave-filled time than recent years. So, thanks for the vote of confidence.

Yami-Chan wrote:A handful of people own half the countries wealth


So?

Yami-Chan wrote:Corporations run free of government interference, meaning they can do whatever


I must have missed the part where the government abolished regulations and taxation.

Yami-Chan wrote:Police brutality


A sad thing. Also not unique.

Yami-Chan wrote:Hate free speech (ironic)


Truly developed countries throw people in prison for saying non-PC things, of course.

Yami-Chan wrote:The list goes on



Does it?

Yami-Chan wrote:All these people claiming it's developed are probably trump tards, bigots, or nationalist


You misspelled "rational"


1) You're using the strawman republicans like you like to use that you agree
2) I never said 6 million Russians immigrated for a day. Russian hackers and Russian aligned officials rigged the election against our true president Hilary.
3) Again you don't see the point and use the strawman. They racially profile Muslims and molest women and children.
4) You're right, nobody other than the moronic UK have that
5) High Population can walk. A small town in the U.S. has a bigger carbon footprint than any major European capital
6) Another strawman. Slavery doesn't exist anymore
7) These people get away with anything and bribe off politicians like Drumpf
8) Drumpf issuing tax cites for his rich buddies, Vox did a video on how it helps the rich and corporations
9) No where else in the world is police brutality worse than the us
10) When I went on the trip over the border i saw that terrible system everywhere
11) Non- PC is a stupid buzzword and you know it.hate speech incites violence towards minority groups and is what Drumpf ran his campaign on. Much like another fascist dictator
12) The list does go on. Now go back to worshipping your warmonger in chief

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Postby Luminesa » Mon Oct 09, 2017 1:04 pm

Yami-Chan wrote:
Xelsis wrote:
Yes, I agree, guns are much too tightly regulated in the U.S.



I must have forgotten that part where sixty million Russians immigrated to the states for a day and flooded the polls. Man, Customs must have been busy.



Probably should go the same way as gun control, am I right?



Because nobody else has that.



Not actually used here.



Thanks largely to left-wing protests against nuclear, yeah.



High population.



More people are enslaved today than at any point in world history. More people were killed by genocide in the 20th Century than at any point in history.

The Constitution was actually written at a less genocidey and slave-filled time than recent years. So, thanks for the vote of confidence.



So?



I must have missed the part where the government abolished regulations and taxation.



A sad thing. Also not unique.



Truly developed countries throw people in prison for saying non-PC things, of course.




Does it?



You misspelled "rational"


1) You're using the strawman republicans like you like to use that you agree
2) I never said 6 million Russians immigrated for a day. Russian hackers and Russian aligned officials rigged the election against our true president Hilary.
3) Again you don't see the point and use the strawman. They racially profile Muslims and molest women and children.
4) You're right, nobody other than the moronic UK have that
5) High Population can walk. A small town in the U.S. has a bigger carbon footprint than any major European capital
6) Another strawman. Slavery doesn't exist anymore
7) These people get away with anything and bribe off politicians like Drumpf
8) Drumpf issuing tax cites for his rich buddies, Vox did a video on how it helps the rich and corporations
9) No where else in the world is police brutality worse than the us
10) When I went on the trip over the border i saw that terrible system everywhere
11) Non- PC is a stupid buzzword and you know it.hate speech incites violence towards minority groups and is what Drumpf ran his campaign on. Much like another fascist dictator
12) The list does go on. Now go back to worshipping your warmonger in chief

Still not relevant to the conversation. Trump thread is elsewhere in general, sorry.
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Postby Xelsis » Mon Oct 09, 2017 1:05 pm

Yami-Chan wrote:
Xelsis wrote:
Yes, I agree, guns are much too tightly regulated in the U.S.



I must have forgotten that part where sixty million Russians immigrated to the states for a day and flooded the polls. Man, Customs must have been busy.



Probably should go the same way as gun control, am I right?



Because nobody else has that.



Not actually used here.



Thanks largely to left-wing protests against nuclear, yeah.



High population.



More people are enslaved today than at any point in world history. More people were killed by genocide in the 20th Century than at any point in history.

The Constitution was actually written at a less genocidey and slave-filled time than recent years. So, thanks for the vote of confidence.



So?



I must have missed the part where the government abolished regulations and taxation.



A sad thing. Also not unique.



Truly developed countries throw people in prison for saying non-PC things, of course.




Does it?



You misspelled "rational"


1) You're using the strawman republicans like you like to use that you agree


Hey, you're the one that said gun laws were out of control. All I did was agree with you.

Yami-Chan wrote:2) I never said 6 million Russians immigrated for a day. Russian hackers and Russian aligned officials rigged the election against our true president Hilary.


Zero evidence has been found of any voting machines being hacked to change vote counts. Prove it.

Yami-Chan wrote:3) Again you don't see the point and use the strawman. They racially profile Muslims and molest women and children.


Hey, I agree with you that we should strip back the TSA. I just find it funny that you're fine with gun control everywhere but on airplanes.

Yami-Chan wrote:4) You're right, nobody other than the moronic UK have that


Thank you.

Yami-Chan wrote:5) High Population can walk. A small town in the U.S. has a bigger carbon footprint than any major European capital


London puts out 9.6 GHG per capita.

New York puts out 7.9 per capita.

Even the big cities in the U.S. can beat European capitals.

http://www.hopesandfears.com/hopes/city ... -emissions

Yami-Chan wrote:6) Another strawman. Slavery doesn't exist anymore


Absolutely false.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Contemporary_slavery

Yami-Chan wrote:7) These people get away with anything and bribe off politicians like Drumpf


If they can get away with anything, why are they still paying taxes?

Yami-Chan wrote:8) Drumpf issuing tax cites for his rich buddies, Vox did a video on how it helps the rich and corporations


So? Are you a sadist, that you want them to be hurt? Why is helping someone a bad thing?

Yami-Chan wrote:9) No where else in the world is police brutality worse than the us


North Korea literally throws people into prison camps for generations for perceived disloyalty.

Yami-Chan wrote:10) When I went on the trip over the border i saw that terrible system everywhere


No idea what this is referencing.

Yami-Chan wrote:11) Non- PC is a stupid buzzword and you know it.hate speech incites violence towards minority groups and is what Drumpf ran his campaign on. Much like another fascist dictator


So arrest people for words, rather than actions, is what you're saying.

Black Lives Matter activists chanting against police are going to be the first people jailed under that kind of system.


Yami-Chan wrote:12) The list does go on. Now go back to worshipping your warmonger in chief


Take a look at my "anti" tab, why don't you?


Nearly every point on your list is not only false, but even if true would not make the U.S. not a developed country.
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Postby The New California Republic » Mon Oct 09, 2017 1:07 pm

Keshiland wrote:Are you serious? He said the south is an economic powerhouse. It's not CA and NY are the powerhouse South East is more like a power drainer

The south is a big contributor to national GDP. Texas accounts for 8.76%, Florida accounts for 5.02%, Georgia accounts for 2.85%, North Carolina accounts for 2.81%, etc etc. The south definitely does not drain economic power, it contributes, a lot.

I am not even from the United States, and I seem to know more about it than you do.
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Postby USS Monitor » Mon Oct 09, 2017 1:09 pm

Yami-Chan wrote:Yes the U.S. is not a developing country

Here's why:

Out of control gun laws
A maniac elected through Russian Interference that people deny
Airport security
A inflating currency
Use of Imperial System
Lack of Eco friendly energy as primary energy source
High carbon footprint
A constitution written in a time people were genocides and enslaved, thus being outdated
A handful of people own half the countries wealth
Corporations run free of government interference, meaning they can do whatever
Police brutality
Hate free speech (ironic)
The list goes on

All these people claiming it's developed are probably trump tards, bigots, or nationalist


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Postby Luminesa » Mon Oct 09, 2017 1:11 pm

Thermodolia wrote:
The Two Jerseys wrote:It's like arguing with Baghdad Bob: "Factories? What factories? There are no factories within a hundred miles of here!"

Oh, and not to mention that Ted Turner runs his empire out of Atlanta, along with a little company called Coca-Cola...

Or the small fact that Porsche's North American headquarters are in Atlanta.

And Houston has the most Fortune 500 companies of any city in the United States. Also one of the biggest medical systems in the world in Houston Methodist. Dallas is home to a massive number of telecommunications companies, and has one of the biggest and busiest airports in the world (Atlanta’s is the biggest and the busiest). New Orleans and Baton Rouge are both incredibly important cities for the maritime industry and the offshore oil industry. The list goes on.
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Postby Thermodolia » Mon Oct 09, 2017 1:15 pm

Luminesa wrote:
Thermodolia wrote:Or the small fact that Porsche's North American headquarters are in Atlanta.

And Houston has the most Fortune 500 companies of any city in the United States. Also one of the biggest medical systems in the world in Houston Methodist. Dallas is home to a massive number of telecommunications companies, and has one of the biggest and busiest airports in the world (Atlanta’s is the biggest and the busiest). New Orleans and Baton Rouge are both incredibly important cities for the maritime industry and the offshore oil industry. The list goes on. Keshiland has obviously never been to the South.

Yup. It's probably extremely possible that one of the TV shows or movies they like wouldn't exist if it wasn't for the south. Georgia alone is responsible for 30% of all movies and TV shows made in the US, and that number is going to grow.
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Luminesa wrote:And Houston has the most Fortune 500 companies of any city in the United States. Also one of the biggest medical systems in the world in Houston Methodist. Dallas is home to a massive number of telecommunications companies, and has one of the biggest and busiest airports in the world (Atlanta’s is the biggest and the busiest). New Orleans and Baton Rouge are both incredibly important cities for the maritime industry and the offshore oil industry. The list goes on. Keshiland has obviously never been to the South.

Yup. It's probably extremely possible that one of the TV shows or movies they like wouldn't exist if it wasn't for the south. Georgia alone is responsible for 30% of all movies and TV shows made in the US, and that number is going to grow.

Baton Rouge and just much of Louisiana is also a growing theatre market. Many major movies have been filmed in New Orleans and Baton Rouge, such as 12 Years a Slave, Beasts of the Southern Wild and parts of The Twilight Saga.
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Postby Thermodolia » Mon Oct 09, 2017 1:32 pm

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Thermodolia wrote:Yup. It's probably extremely possible that one of the TV shows or movies they like wouldn't exist if it wasn't for the south. Georgia alone is responsible for 30% of all movies and TV shows made in the US, and that number is going to grow.

Baton Rouge and just much of Louisiana is also a growing theatre market. Many major movies have been filmed in New Orleans and Baton Rouge, such as 12 Years a Slave, Beasts of the Southern Wild and parts of The Twilight Saga.

All of the Marvel movies are filmed here in Georgia as well as all of the hunger games movies. Plus everyone's favorite zombie tv show the walking dead
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