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    Quote Originally Posted by erosennin
    Wait, wait, wait. What exactly is a 'real american' and what does it have to do with where in the country you were born? It's a rather subtle insult, whether you realize it or not, to claim that you're a real american based on your birth state. It doesn't matter if you're a citizen by birth or a naturalized immigrant. An american is an american. I'd say more, but I'll leave at that you've pretty much implicitly impugned the honor of every american citizen outside of virginia.
    True. If I sounded insulting. In a more respectful manner, if you love America and your in America, that's a good thing. But one more thing, how did I insult Virginia, I was just born there. All I'm implying is how Americans show their love for their country.
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    Re: what is good about U.S.A and England?

    Quote Originally Posted by erosennin
    Wait, wait, wait. What exactly is a 'real american' and what does it have to do with where in the country you were born? It's a rather subtle insult, whether you realize it or not, to claim that you're a real american based on your birth state. It doesn't matter if you're a citizen by birth or a naturalized immigrant. An american is an american. I'd say more, but I'll leave at that you've pretty much implicitly impugned the honor of every american citizen outside of virginia.
    dude don't be mean he was born in va not china. he said his family is from china dude ok

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    Quote Originally Posted by erosennin
    Wait, wait, wait. What exactly is a 'real american' and what does it have to do with where in the country you were born? It's a rather subtle insult, whether you realize it or not, to claim that you're a real american based on your birth state. It doesn't matter if you're a citizen by birth or a naturalized immigrant. An american is an american. I'd say more, but I'll leave at that you've pretty much implicitly impugned the honor of every american citizen outside of virginia.
    Also I didn't say I was an real American because I was born in Virginia, I said it because I was born in America. I am not even insulting other states? I'm just declaring where I'm from, and how some American citizens love America. There's not a problem with that is there?
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    Re: what is good about U.S.A and England?

    America has some neat stores we don't get here.
    England has the best accents on the planet.

    Yes my love for these countries is very superficial.

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    Re: what is good about U.S.A and England?

    Englands great, but America has stuff that we dont have other here, this dosnt necessarilly (thats look like some reatarted spelling) mean good things though.

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    Re: what is good about U.S.A and England?

    I love American because it's going to give me a green card!!! still waiting for six years.... i think they are late with the paper work... and i don't like ENgland much. too misty and rainy but great movies coem out of there like Lock Stock and two smoking gun barrels. I loved that movie. plus Scotland is next to it. so yaya! cause i love scotland.

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    You know the movie Shanghai Knights makes England look so funny with Jackie Chan and Owen Wilson. You gotta love that movie.
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    Re: what is good about U.S.A and England?

    -In The US..
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    too many stupid people..

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    the freedom to choose to be stupid or not..

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