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Are people outside of the USA really laughing at Americans? Do we really appear that bad?

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Are people outside of the USA really laughing at Americans? Do we really appear that bad?

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Ok so that's about 17,882 yes's and 3 no's.

Makes sad American noises

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1.2k points · 5 days ago

Italian here. After seeing first hand what the virus does, we don’t feel like laughing. We’re pretty fucking angry at those who don’t want to wear masks/social distancing, and we’re worried for the rest of you (and us, if you end up bringing the virus in. We’re still dealing with our own cases, some of which are in fact imported already by travelers).

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161 points · 5 days ago

外围体育投注The majority are right there with you about being angry that people dont wear masks and make it a political thing. We dont just have covid we have another disease were dealing with, and its a disease of misinformation and politicizing everything. The majority of people seem to want to wear masks and social distance. Its just the minority that dont are very very loud and very rude which gets all the attention. Best of luck to you friend i hope youre doing well and i hope it stays that way.

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76 points · 4 days ago

外围体育投注God I remember watching you guys on here screaming.. warnings for months saying “ you have no idea what’s coming you’re way.. you need to wake the Fuck up”.. And we still did nothing and skyrocketed to #1 in every conceivable undesirable category..

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7 points · 4 days ago

Americans are seeing first hand the same kind of toll it takes, the difference is they are choosing to close their eyes and ignore it. It's baffling.

外围体育投注I know it's not all Americans, but it doesn't matter. If you have 20 people in a room, and 2 of those people have a weapon, that room is now much more deadly than before

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12.4k points · 5 days ago
Ignite!ThisSilver'MURICA

I saw somewhere that the world views the USA like the USA views Florida.

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4.4k points · 5 days ago · edited 4 days ago
GoldGiggle

Cant remember where I saw it but I remember reading "the rest of the world is watching the US the same way the US watched tiger king".

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442 points · 5 days ago

外围体育投注Perfect. I'm gonna use that

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276 points · 5 days ago

I would not call it laughing.

It’s kind of sad to see how the US has been reduced from the Ken of the world to the Karen of the world in such a short time.

That is looking at recent developments. In general I am amazed how such an affluent and technologically advanced country pulls off neglecting/abusing its citizens to such a huge extent while citizens are too busy disagreeing with each other on the extent of government intervention. Or too busy working three jobs to make ends meet - while your health care, social welfare, etc are still unavailable or non-existent to many.

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831 points · 5 days ago

外围体育投注Lately yes. It doesn't help that your president speaks like a crazy person, I mean sometimes it feels like I'm watching Simpsons or even South Park, and not news.

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394 points · 5 days ago

外围体育投注My family hails from Mexico. On a Zoom get together one cousin said even the Cartels look after the people better than the U.S. Government. The others laughed in a 'it's funny because it's true' type of manner.

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77 points · 5 days ago

A collective "Ugh" sound?

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401 points · 5 days ago

外围体育投注Canada here...can confirm. Our fucked up, trash boat cousins.

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34 points · 5 days ago

And we only see the "Florida Man". Jokes aside. What's the view of Florida from a US perspective?

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