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2009-02-28 11:07:45
Kyoto Protocol ou bien Kyoto Accord? ;-)
2008-10-29 23:35:33
Running the Numbers An American Self-Portrait ...the american connection nothing personal guys
2008-01-25 00:29:10
Is not the USA called "God's own country"? You might not like this, but the moment I read about 9/11 I said: "Finally. They so deserve that." No, I am really God, but thanks for your disbelief.
2008-01-25 00:27:35
2008-01-25 00:27:05
Are you serious? Go see a doctor.
2008-01-25 00:26:06
Well... also, they have statistics about stuff like this.
2008-01-20 22:49:05
Nazis had the same vision of the world... they though that they were superiors. Why we speek about US? The Kyoto Protocol? Do you know what is it?
2008-01-19 18:29:15
I Agree Rick, Americans are the best at everything. It's obvious and without question, the rest of the world doesn't quite understand our position because we are essentially a country of winners, and while the rest of the world might be content on settling for less, we are too set in our ways of top achievement that if we see something at error, we are compelled to set it to rights.
2008-01-19 17:45:05
Indeed... Observe how clean the material is and the lack of any other kind of waste. What you're looking at is essentially money. And that's what this is all about, the comments, the sidelong looks, the jealousy... The rest of the world is jealous of our prosperity. The United States of America(glory be unto thee) has become, by the dreams and determination of her people, their toil and sweat, the richest, most powerful country on Earth. Ever. We are called warmongers by those who disagree with the idea that all man should walk free. They are too frightened to take their country back from those who would enslave them, too lazy to pull themselves up by their bootstraps and make their country worth living in. If a Hussein, or a Milosevic, or a bin Laden wishes to extend force and enjoy power at the expense of another person's life or liberty America is willing to step up and do something very few other countries have the nerve to do: take her citizenry out of their comfortable surroundings and drop them into the world's most inhospitable and dangerous situations. Many have died. More will die. So that country can be free. So that country's citizens might enjoy the same freedoms America has: The right to determine the course of their own lives, in security and without fear of reprisal. I cannot believe the people of... say Sudan for wont of a better example... I refuse to believe the peoples of Sudan don't want peace of mind, secure in the knowledge that they won't be pulled from their beds in the middle of the night, stood up against a wall and murdered. We are willing to give up our own lives to people we have no interest in that they might live without oppression. Freedom isn't free; the phrase is almost cliche anymore. It would seem South Vietnam wanted to stay democratic all those years back, yet they weren't willing to die for that freedom. "Give me liberty or give me death." I'm sorry. This website, whilst most excellent in a picturey kinda way, is rife with the same ignostic prattle one finds strewn across the 'net. Not being Iranian, or Polish, or Vietnamese for instance, I cannot see from their point of view. Outside looking in, as it were. Maybe I am totally wrong in this matter. America was a colony at one time, A colony of the most powerful country on Earth. Thiose colonists didn't want to be what they were, which was essentially employees of England. We asked to be free from England, were denied, then those colonials TOLD the emperor they would be free of the yoke of oppression. War ensued. Those colonists, by virtue of determination, won their freedom and the right to govern their of lives and the course their country would take, indeed... I'm sorry for the length of this comment. I also seemed to've digressed a bit
2008-01-19 08:10:53
Who cares..we recycle. Don't like plastic? Keep it to yourself and don't use it..BAM!
2008-01-18 23:37:52
Where exaclty did you get that "per capita" data? Also, what countries reported the data and how was it verified? Please link to the original report.
2008-01-18 23:23:48
Yes, it's a world-wide problem, but the U.S. gets singled out because it consumes much more per capita.
2008-01-18 22:36:47
how do you know it?
2008-01-18 22:10:34
no, they are made in china! ... *ahem* but seriously, Petar is right: The whole World seems to be about the USA. Well maybe Americans are the superior race! (Well no, this thought once came up in Germany, but it didn't work out that well for anybody...)
2008-01-18 21:41:18
Why is it always "The US" or some variant thereof? Are plastic bottles not used in China, India, France or Portugal?
2008-01-18 21:31:26
this is a completely false statistic