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How America perceive the world - October 16th 2010, 09:19 AM

Go onto Google and search "How America sees the world" or any variants of that, and you will receive some lovely maps of supposedly how America perceive the world. Take a moment and think about it; how do you react to that? How do you see the world?

And for our friends across the world, how do you see America?


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Re: How America perceive the world - October 16th 2010, 09:47 AM

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No offense, but I actually find that map funny - like a great satire. Personally view the world as larger than that, but since I haven't traveled a lot I don't know how big the world actually is other than we're on the internet and we all come from different countries. I once managed a virtual series online and had one writer in Canada, another in Europe and another in Africa... that alone shaped the way I view the world and especially the net. Also find it awesome how much the internet has helped unify us as a people.

I don't understand the "mouse heads" part - from as far as I can tell it would be "hockey players" keeping in line with the rest.

Note: I'm originally from South America, but don't find it offensive if that was the question, more satire at how narrowed minded Americans can sometimes be. Wonder what it would look like from other countries - that would be interesting...


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Re: How America perceive the world - October 16th 2010, 10:12 AM

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Re: How America perceive the world - October 16th 2010, 12:01 PM

Some of these make me laugh to be honest.


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Re: How America perceive the world - October 16th 2010, 12:42 PM

Honestly, I found it funny. I know not every single American thinks that way but the amount I've talked to online who think Wales is England and England is Britain is unreal :/


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Re: How America perceive the world - October 16th 2010, 12:52 PM

I guess this is better than what we perceive the Americans to be, particularly where I'm from.
   
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Re: How America perceive the world - October 16th 2010, 12:57 PM

Those maps are pretty funny. But when I read the title I did think this was a 'serious' thread. I do know a few people from American who do know nothing about the UK! Like Ceilidh said, they think Wales is in England, and Scotland is a seperate island. I think it's strange how American children aren't taught much about this in school. British kids know about America!



   
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Re: How America perceive the world - October 16th 2010, 02:30 PM

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Those maps are pretty funny. But when I read the title I did think this was a 'serious' thread. I do know a few people from American who do know nothing about the UK! Like Ceilidh said, they think Wales is in England, and Scotland is a seperate island. I think it's strange how American children aren't taught much about this in school. British kids know about America!
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Re: How America perceive the world - October 16th 2010, 02:33 PM

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Those maps are pretty funny. But when I read the title I did think this was a 'serious' thread. I do know a few people from American who do know nothing about the UK! Like Ceilidh said, they think Wales is in England, and Scotland is a seperate island. I think it's strange how American children aren't taught much about this in school. British kids know about America!
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Re: How America perceive the world - October 16th 2010, 04:19 PM

I find it hilarious. I have met a lot of Americans who know absolutely nothing about the world and they make all Americans seem ridiculous. Clearly there are intelligent Americans, but the maps are funny.
   
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Re: How America perceive the world - October 16th 2010, 05:22 PM

I don't really mind how this thread goes, serious or not- it gets my point across anyways. My friend has no idea where Vietnam is, which really shocks me.

And I like how most of these maps depicted anywhere not U.S. as a giant blob of insignificance. And they depict the Middle East as "evil-doers".


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Re: How America perceive the world - October 16th 2010, 05:31 PM

Yeah, you users, you know who you are! :P You just don't get what the UK is like!



   
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Re: How America perceive the world - October 16th 2010, 05:52 PM

I think that this is quite funny..

If countries could talk... I could imagine britain saying to quite a few countries.. 'WE USED TO OWN YOU! SO SIT DOWN.. SHUT UP.'




   
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Re: How America perceive the world - October 16th 2010, 07:21 PM

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If countries could talk... I could imagine britain saying to quite a few countries.. 'WE USED TO OWN YOU! SO SIT DOWN.. SHUT UP.'

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Re: How America perceive the world - October 16th 2010, 07:24 PM

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If countries could talk... I could imagine britain saying to quite a few countries.. 'WE USED TO OWN YOU! SO SIT DOWN.. SHUT UP.'
I'll give Britain one thing - it got the punk scene right. That movement was awesome! Plus, people think I have a British accent and I'm cool with that because of all the awesome things Britain has (James Bond > Jason Bourne). We did win the American Revolution though it's just that our radicals got replaced by businessmen somehow while the opposite somehow seemed to effect Britain.


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Re: How America perceive the world - October 16th 2010, 09:07 PM

Honestly, I find the map narrow-minded and stereotypical. It may be funny and I roll my eyes at it, but in the end it is the same as making blond jokes. Why bother? People shouldn't believe that blond jokes are serious and it is pointless to put down someone based on the color of their hair.

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Re: How America perceive the world - October 16th 2010, 09:16 PM

I found this one on GraphJam today...



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Re: How America perceive the world - October 17th 2010, 08:39 PM

The maps are hilarious, although it's sad how truly narrow-minded some people can be. I don't believe America is the greatest nation on earth, it's far from it.


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Re: How America perceive the world - October 17th 2010, 08:48 PM



I think these maps are pretty funny actually and im American.

So many of us are very narrow minded and think the world revolves around America but its just not true.


   
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Re: How America perceive the world - October 18th 2010, 12:13 AM

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Re: How America perceive the world - October 18th 2010, 02:41 AM

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Why do people always makes the Russian as bad guys...while funny, that isn't nice.
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Re: How America perceive the world - October 18th 2010, 03:38 AM

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The maps are hilarious, although it's sad how truly narrow-minded some people can be. I don't believe America is the greatest nation on earth, it's far from it.
Funny maps.

Sure, the world may not revolve around America. But you can't deny that we've made a great impact on the world and history.

As for greatest nation....I really don't get why people argue this. It's like arguing over which piece of **** smells the least. Sure, you could MAYBE single out the one that smells the least. But in the end, they're all still ****.
   
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Re: How America perceive the world - October 18th 2010, 04:20 PM

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Re: How America perceive the world - October 18th 2010, 04:48 PM

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If countries could talk... I could imagine britain saying to quite a few countries.. 'WE USED TO OWN YOU! SO SIT DOWN.. SHUT UP.'
A quote from someone (Dylan Moran I think) about Britain invading countries...: "You, you and you, f**k off, we're having tiffin"

I find those maps funny, of course I don't believe every single American thinks in that way but...well...the map has a point.
   
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Re: How America perceive the world - October 18th 2010, 06:03 PM



was this posted yet? i don't think so. THIS made me mad because it shows all the bombed places. we were bombed too, in my town while i was still 4. i remember it clearly.

one question: are they showing Americans as materialists or just stupid? in the maps, i mean.

now i have nothing against them, but i do think their intelligence is failing. all they have is...well...money. the USA was better in history but what happened to them till now? even in 10 years while media was rising? it's sick.
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Re: How America perceive the world - October 19th 2010, 02:27 AM

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Re: How America perceive the world - October 19th 2010, 09:26 AM

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We did win the American Revolution though it's just that our radicals got replaced by businessmen somehow while the opposite somehow seemed to effect Britain.
Barely =p we could of won if we really wanted too. Plus you had to rely on the French, and that's just really bad =p

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Re: How America perceive the world - October 21st 2010, 11:36 PM

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Re: How America perceive the world - October 24th 2010, 12:53 AM

Alright, I'm American, and I don't see the world in this way at all. There is no such thing as the "best" country. The United States is in no way superior to any other country out there. There are pros and cons of each; I like to think of countries almost like people. They're good at some things, not so good at others. Our differences are what keep matters interesting. And while I understand that these maps are satire and not meant to offend, I must say that I don't appreciate it when people make assumptions about Americans and our way of life, particularly when they haven't even been here themselves. I won't lie, there are some ignorant people here in the US, but there are some perspicacious ones as well.

Basically, no country should be making unlettered assumptions about any other country. I am quite proud of where I come from; while the US isn't perfect, it's my home. I'd appreciate it if you didn't judge me for my nationality. (Please note that I'm not taking offense to the maps themselves; I would simply like to throw this out there. )
   
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Re: How America perceive the world - October 24th 2010, 07:40 PM

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Alright, I'm American, and I don't see the world in this way at all. There is no such thing as the "best" country. The United States is in no way superior to any other country out there. There are pros and cons of each; I like to think of countries almost like people. They're good at some things, not so good at others. Our differences are what keep matters interesting. And while I understand that these maps are satire and not meant to offend, I must say that I don't appreciate it when people make assumptions about Americans and our way of life, particularly when they haven't even been here themselves. I won't lie, there are some ignorant people here in the US, but there are some perspicacious ones as well.

Basically, no country should be making unlettered assumptions about any other country. I am quite proud of where I come from; while the US isn't perfect, it's my home. I'd appreciate it if you didn't judge me for my nationality. (Please note that I'm not taking offense to the maps themselves; I would simply like to throw this out there. )
And I respect you as one of the minority of open-minded and intelligent Americans
Unfortunately, with America, people are judging it based on its actions, not on assumptions, so they do actually have basis on which to stand.

I personally have no problem with anyone with being American just because they're American. If they're militant religious or something, then yeah, I have a problem. Or if they're part of the NWO, that could cause problems.
   
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Unfortunately, with America, people are judging it based on its actions, not on assumptions, so they do actually have basis on which to stand.

I personally have no problem with anyone with being American just because they're American. If they're militant religious or something, then yeah, I have a problem. Or if they're part of the NWO, that could cause problems.
What's wrong with militiant individuals? On a side not, what's the NWO?


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What's wrong with militiant individuals? On a side not, what's the NWO?
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