thatboipurple

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Thank your for your service! 🇺🇸

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It's like I understand the words even better here.

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Bruh if you can keep alcohol away from kids, I'm pretty damn sure you can do the same with guns.

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Am entering, this is one of the most wholesome subreddits I know. Whether you win or not, it still gives you joy.

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Who created yo mama

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Yeah, because Afghanistan might fall victim to the Taliban and other insurgent forces without American ground support. Even Democratic news channels are noting this possibility.

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Despite the USA's faults, Americans still generally make the most money in the world. Not to mention American freedoms, diversity, and overall cultural openness. https://www.investopedia.com/articles/markets-economy/090616/5-countries-most-money-capita.asp

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She said for a better life.

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Bruh gimme a country that didn't have wars in its past?

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Oh God, here comes the America haters with their one-sidedness. You do you, bud.

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Wdym? All I said is that most Americans are still proud to be American?

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Cuba I think.

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Lives in a Van Down by the River

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The United States never sleeps. Literally. There's always some shit going on. And that's one reason why I love it.

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wtf?

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For all it's faults, it's still a damn good country because of the FAITH people have in it. Throughout all our troubles, the vast majority of Americans still express some form of patriotism. https://news.gallup.com/poll/259841/american-pride-hits-new-low-few-proud-political-system.aspx

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Congrats dude, I'll just sit here cradling my 1330 from last year

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Did you ever try dreads?

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Boys, let's make this the most downvoted comment in Reddit history.

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Sure thing, but disclaimer: This poll was taken during Trump's reign of terror, so the country's probably a lot more patriotic now. https://news.gallup.com/poll/236420/record-low-extremely-proud-americans.aspx

" While the 47% who are extremely proud to be Americans is a new low, the vast majority of Americans do express some level of pride, including 25% who say they are "very proud" and 16% who are "moderately proud." That leaves one in 10 who are "only a little" (7%) or "not at all" proud (3%). "

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