Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by 44proseries, Nov 15, 2012.
I LOL'd so hard at this:
Uh, you know this is 5 years old, right?
lmfao! that effects anything in that video at all how exactly?
1/5 of Americans cant locate their own country on a map? Seriously!?
Its so confusing, you guys in america put a man on the moon and are the worlds largest super power. Not many country's can say they have achieved alot of the things you have done. But how did you manage that when a 1/5th of your country cannot locate themselves on a world map?!
saying that, i don't know how credible the judges at miss USA are with their statistics... lol
Yes, I know it's 5 years old. So? Your comment is ignorant.
I am not sure of the statistic, that seems like WAY too large a number though. But she couldn't form a complete thought to save her ass.
Actually yes, it's true. I remember this huge research in USA 4 or 5 years ago. A lot of people can't find USA on the map.
The other question was about the Second World War, a lot of people believe that USA won the war (can't argue here) and that war was against Russia.
Yea and 98% of all statistics are made up, but I'd like to see a source cited before I pass judgement on that one.
There are incredibly ignorant people in every country, not just America. So some ditz beauty pageant princess couldn't locate her home country on a map... what does that prove? That she's lived a pampered life and gotten by on her looks most of the time?
If you think that's bad you should look at some other less fortunate countries where a lack of basic education is far more common. I could post some staggering cold hard stats, but I don't want to insinuate any generalizations about people of other nationalities (something that you all seem to have no problem doing with Americans).
Well, considering the USA is such a small country in terms of size, she can't be blamed.
I agree with most of your points, and I would like to say I am an American, and a lot of the stereotypes are mostly true, otherwise they wouldn't be stereotypes now would they?
I believe that when facing such a situation people become overly nervous and lose control over what they are saying. It's a common human reaction while under pressure. I have seen people stammering while being asked their names on camera, so I don't think we should give a damn fuck and brand the lady a retard and dumb.
I will tell you my personal experience. I was once invited to give a speech in our college to Juniors. A motivation speech. I practiced the speech hundreds of times and I gave the exact speech front of my family and got a standing ovation. But, things changed dramatically when I went on stage. My legs were shivering for a while, and then suddenly some guys started laughing. It was only when the principal came and stood beside that my confidence was restored. However, my speech was pathetic. I still laugh at myself whenever I recall that speech.
One quote which I had to say during the speech goes like this, " It's better to be a lion for a day than sheep throughout your life.
What I actually said, " It's better to be a lion for a day than throughout your life" .... Everyone scratched their head to get the meaning of the quote but no one ever could.
LOL!!!! Laughing my f&^king ass off!!!
This is quite true. It is not easy trying to answer a question in front of the whole country while under such intense pressure. Most would probably fare worse.
It's obviously encrypted speech of a government classified nature, I will forward the classified information to the appropriate government agencies to be deciphered.
She probably looks like an angel from heaven to one of them good ol boys.
do you think a brunette would have done better?
I've seen really intelligent people do the same thing when they're nervous, it happens to me when I have to do public speaking too. Even if I know what I'm gonna say, and I know exactly what I'm talking about - put me on a stage and all you're gonna get is blabber.
5 years old, with special emphasis on the word OLD. 5 years ago, this was funny. We laughed and laughed and laughed, while other people were sucking on their fudgesicle. That was back in the olden days; 2007. It was so funny back then. Ha, ha, ha. When I think about how funny it used to be, I get this warm glow inside. Geez! That used to be SO FUNNY, way back then.
We ALL thought it was funny, back then. Millions of us. This video went VIRAL! Did you know that? Do you know what the word "VIRAL" means? In case you don't, I'll tell you. "VIRAL" means that everyone on the entire planet sees something on YouTube. Literally EVERYONE. Well, everyone except a few people that are either living under rocks, or were too young to use the computer. Mommy and Daddy do not let baby use the computer as he will get fudgesicle drippings ALL OVER the computer.
But now it looks like baby is all grown up, and has discovered TEH INTERWEBZ. How exciting. Looking at all the funny antique YouTube videos from 5 years ago, and posting them like they are still funny.
Yeah old news. It's been talked and laughed to death. The fact that it is really old makes a difference because it is the same as people commenting on five year old threads.
Saying he is "ignorant" makes no sense in the context of his comment on your post, so that's a bit of an ignorant thing to say. Ignorance means he has a lack of knowledge, which has nothing to do with what you're trying to say. Given your perspective on his post, a better word would have been "unnecessary," though that's subjective given that I think this whole thread is unnecessary. However, if you want to stick with "ignorant" and words related to it, I think the term should actually be "knowledgeable," given what he already knows about the video.
Basically, your comment makes absolutely no sense.
Regardless, posting a five-year-old YouTube video is comparable to necro-posting on a forum, which pisses everyone off and is commonly against forum rules; so you can see how recycling old content that over 16 million people have already seen, laughed about, and forgotten is a bit pointless.
America used to be special, but now it's a mud country, sliding backwards into the mud. The death of the US space program was the killing blow. At one point, we dreamed of exploration and space travel. Now we stare at our genitalia with rapturous fascination, while other countries realize the dreams that used to be ours.
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