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Old 06-17-2012, 11:52 AM
 
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The crabby ignorant posters who complain to you everytime you say something nice about North America is really entertaining for me I like America the way it is, but i feel bad for people who live in this country and constantly point out all the negatives about living here
Exactly. If they don't like this country, there's nothing stopping them from getting immigration to another. I love this country and will continue to boast about it.
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Old 06-17-2012, 04:01 PM
 
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I still stand for 100% of what I said. OK there are some countries out there that are good, but none of them offer as much as this country does. The only close one is wonderful Canada (except climate-wise).

I don't understand why you created this thread because I started a topic about it?

Not all large cities in the U.S. are expensive; only San Francisco and New York City is virtually.

Sorry I've been to Germany many times and that country doesn't appeal to me at all. Cities are depressing and boring. If I ever had to move to Europe it would be to France, because I love the language, culture and country. However I would still miss the North American lifestyle.
You only continue to prove my point that you an arrogant persistent little ninny who insists your point of view is always correct and your characteraztion of German cities as "depressing and boring" is completely skewed or wrong. So many people have visited these great cities and often held them high in regard.
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