Posted by tim in The internet sucks! on July 6, 2004

So my brother-in-law and I were playing a rally racing game on the internet. When we got done racing, we decided to do a fun race, using out of the ordinary vehicles.

While we were getting set up, this jerk joined the race and was like "you are stupid" and so on. Then he proceded to say "you are fuck. american are pigs."

So, after reading his little rant about how the American government sucks, which I kinda agree with, I got to thinking about something...

Why is it people automatically assume that because a country does something wrong, that the country's residents, in general, are to blame for it? Why is it that because the US is currently in a war that they don't belong in, I am getting the shit end of the stick? I don't agree with the US being over there at all. I didn't from the beginning. Sure, in a sense it is defending our freedom, but not directly. There are more battles here at home that need to be fought first.

So, Regurgitator from Croatia, if you read this, I am not to blame for the screw-ups that the US government has made. Quit telling me that I am going to be "fuck" because of it. If you want to make a threat, I suggest you make it elsewhere.


he sounds well - spoken :-/

  • Posted by Siplus (Guest) on July 6, 2004 at 03:52:00AM

I really don't know why people automatically assume that US people like wars and US politics... There are too much people here in Bulgaria who assert that US people are fuckers and stupid... I can't agree with them... May be those who assert are stupid... I really don't know

  • Posted by MacTeP (Guest) on July 6, 2004 at 03:58:56AM
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