Americans: A Superlative People

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Re: Americans: A Superlative People

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Re: Americans: A Superlative People

Post by General Mackevili » Wed Aug 13, 2014 3:33 pm

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I saw buffet restaurants full of these grazing herds feeding from multiple plates overflowing with every manner of eatable. I saw a man at the Golden Corral buffet, face red with frustration, unable to reach the fried chicken for his equatorial abdomen butting against tray rest. (The staff finally gave him elongated tongs so that he might reach the food.)
I will miss this place. I thought I saw a celebrity drinking at Golden Corral today.

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Re: Americans: A Superlative People

Post by Drifter » Wed Aug 13, 2014 5:48 pm

the US government has no interest in smarting up its citizens, the economy would suffer, people would buy less and save money for the future, it would be a disaster for the whole ideology of consumerism.

to rule the US with an iron fist they need a society which is kept dumbed down from birth, nationalism also plays a big part on all this.
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