They have a nerve, dont they? They have a great time on our money, swan around and employ psychologists to control us. Enough is enough! We aint as stupid as they think... the worst thing about manipulation is when we KNOW we are being manipulated! Ignorance is bliss but we are all too intelligent to be manipulated, so there is no bliss .. just anger!
I am extremely proud to be an American citizen. Even so, I have great admiration for other nations and other cultures. Actually, I find them fascinating and enjoy learning about them. As far as history is concerned, the USA is "the new kid on the block."
I agree with all of that. I am talking about pride that some Americans are uneducated enough to likely believe that America is still number 1 on the food chain. I guarantee there are millions of Americans that still currently believe we are the richest country in the world.
How do most Americans know when most don't keep up with politics and the media continually lies that the economy is growing? The media has people believe we are coming out of the deficit when unemployment continues to rise. Money rich is power and influence.
Every country has the ultra-patriotic, the very-patriotic, the just-patriotic, and those more or less indifferent to their nationality. Every country I've ever been to, at least. They just express it differently.
I think when some have too much pride/content in what they think they already know, this can keep them blind to learning new things. I think it can also keep some people from admitting fault in things when they are wrong.
Do you think doing too much for a guy in a relationship, turns him off?A friend told me that doing too much for a guy, his laundry, cooking, shopping, especially in a new relationship, can turn a guy off. She said...
Just wondering what people think on this topic, I don't want to know how much you do it, just wondering if anyone thinks there is a standard or rule as to how much!I'm of the thinking that 3-4 times a week is acceptable.
Lady, did you know that the Japanese house bubble of 1986 and the US house bubble of the last decade were fueled by too much money at the top classes? The combination of too much money, low interest rates, and reckless...