Poll

I have posted a possibility for the election outcome in 6 variations. Choose your preferred below.

A. https://i.imgur.com/F6TVPLY.png
8 (34.8%)
B. https://i.imgur.com/uuRmNcE.png
3 (13%)
C. https://i.imgur.com/JK2OSsA.png
1 (4.3%)
D. https://i.imgur.com/sl6MVas.png
2 (8.7%)
E. https://i.imgur.com/K1GHlD3.png
2 (8.7%)
F. https://i.imgur.com/br3Sp06.png
7 (30.4%)

Total Members Voted: 23

Author Topic: United States Politics Thread | Local President Watches Poll  (Read 97083 times)

are you loving retarded? change your reddit password to a keyroll and log out, for the sake of your own mental health
Oof ow ouch my facts.

are you loving retarded? change your reddit password to a keyroll and log out, for the sake of your own mental health
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You're not guaranteed a living wage even with full hours. A single grievous wound or medical issue can financially cripple you depending on your insurance status. Hundreds of thousands of people are straight-up homeless. You have rights on paper but they can and have been sidestepped or ignored by corporations or the government when convenient to some end. It's just a third world country with more bells and whistles my dude. Big top-of-the-world stuff exists, sure, but our access to it is so often systemically restricted it might as well not be there for the average person.
idk bro maybe you should try not getting into gang violence maybe thatll help

idk bro maybe you should try not getting into gang violence maybe thatll help
so you're saying i shouldnt be a real n*gga? not happening

so? 9/11 wasn't bad because it killed a lot of people (it didn't), it was bad because it caused huge damage to nearby buildings, destroyed a landmark, and killed completely innocent people just... randomly. on a traditional warfront, you know a soldier is probably going to die. he might accomplish great deeds for the country, but he probably will die. but in 9/11, random people, with no warning or reason, died. when you think about it, all the damage of 9/11 was caused by 2 people. imagine if CIA had an army of even just 100 on planes. THAT is why 9/11 was so bad.
live for autozone. kill for autozone. die for autozone.

You're not guaranteed a living wage even with full hours. A single grievous wound or medical issue can financially cripple you depending on your insurance status. Hundreds of thousands of people are straight-up homeless. You have rights on paper but they can and have been sidestepped or ignored by corporations or the government when convenient to some end. It's just a third world country with more bells and whistles my dude. Big top-of-the-world stuff exists, sure, but our access to it is so often systemically restricted it might as well not be there for the average person.
Okay, I think you have a fundamental misunderstanding of what a third world country is. Dictionary.com defines a third world country as the "underdeveloped nations of the world, especially those with widespread poverty." and Miriam Webster defines it as " the aggregate of the underdeveloped nations of the world". When we look for a third world country, we look for widespread economic instability, issues with schooling and education, and a lack of human resources. A good metric for this is the Human Development Index (HDI) this metric takes into account Life Expectancy, Per Capita Income, and average Education. Then it ranks them from most to least. Usually HDI is used to determine LDCs (Least Developed Countries) [Liberia and a majority of other African countries], LDC's which are developing [India/Brazil], and MDCs (More Developed Countries) [Canada, United Kingdom, United States, etc]. Using this metric, you can see that the United States ranks 15th, just under the UK (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_Human_Development_Index). When we look at a country one would easily identify as Third World we would look at a place in an unstable region in the Middle East, like Syria, which ranks 154th. Places like this have fundamental issues that make life miserable for everyone. Low or no access to health care, widespread poverty (so much worse than places like the UK or US), and poor/complete lack of public education. Calling the US a third-world country is like calling Canada equivalent to Afghanistan. It just doesn't work. When you refer to homelessness those hundreds of thousands of people (while tragic) is out of 350 million people. Like I said, the US has issues, and I'm far from denying that. Healthcare, while accessible, puts people in debt. Cost of living adjustments are needed for low-wage workers. But we are not anywhere close to an LDC like Liberia or Syria.

so you're saying i shouldnt be a real n*gga? not happening
what im saying is that you need to live a teejayx6 lifestyle and run a hustle that is a low risk to your health

what im saying is that you need to live a teejayx6 lifestyle and run a hustle that is a low risk to your health
teejay LITERALLY tried to hang himself in the bathroom! because he had a dream they deleted his youtube!

teejay LITERALLY tried to hang himself in the bathroom! because he had a dream they deleted his youtube!
that is because he unfortunately suffers from mental issues that you do not have
you can run a teejayx6 lifestyle and have an incredibly low risk of dying

but what do i do in the event that they ban my phone and i cant even download uber

but what do i do in the event that they ban my phone and i cant even download uber
you buy a new phone using a fake id




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That's one serious whataboutism but if there's a grading chart then fine, I withdraw on semantics.
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