@SteveDefacto... I am glad that you are not a real person and only a figment of the internet. If you are a real person I am glad that none of these posts depict your true feelings/thoughts/beliefs. I am glad everything that you posted here is a joke.
If these posts represent your views at all then for America's sake and sake of the future of the human race, you should be sterilized and deported to this island of your own. Enjoy, it. It sounds like you'd be happy there.
NES - Duck Hunt, Gyromite, SuperMB
PC - Montezuma's Revenge (my cousin's best friend developed that game, so I played it regularly)
SEGA - Choplifter,
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Pictures like this do a great job of strengthening national stereotypes. Street-parties, waving flags and chanting "USA. USA. USA" because someone was assassinated. It's more weird than anything else.
Big difference between these celebrations and world wide celebrations when the WTC went down. While I do not think it was *right* or *smart* for these KIDS (who were probably about 10 years old when 9/11 happened) to be dancing and celebrating in the streets - they are celebrating the death of a mastermind terrorists. They are not burning flags, they are not celebrating the death of thousands of innocents. The specific event that they are celebrating is deserving of some acknowledgement.
My specific reaction was, "About time we got him. Wish it had been quicker and cheaper (in terms of $$$ and lives). Well, in reality, I don't think it really *changes* anything. The same people that wanted to hurt us before - still want to hurt us. I don't think there are really many more because of his death that want to hurt us."
I think the acting of this kids is more likely to bring bad sentiments towards the US than the actions that the US took the other day.
Regardless, if we have been isolationists for the last 200 years - the same people that hate us for meddling in foreign affairs would hate us for ignoring their calls for help.