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    tom sarbeck
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    David, those who don’t want to live in the USA have something to teach us, if our ruling class will let it in.
    I’m thinking of the northern European countries: Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden

    #5117

    _Robert_
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    Belle,

    Get your yellow fever,  malaria, typhoid , etc vaccinations if you go. I traveled alot to non glamorous parts of the world for work when I was younger and began to appreciate ‘Merica more and more. I puked my guts out for two weeks in Egypt, lost 20 lbs and was ill for about a year when I got back. My doctor couldn’t figure out what i had. We sanitized people are wimps when in comes to microbes I guess.

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    @davidboots

    You do know a good proportion of the world’s population would desire to live in the USA right?

    Yes I know…..but I have a long list of reasons why I want out.

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    @tom Starbeck

    I know but the thing is immigration policies are difficult….

    It all comes down to money.

    I would go for New Zealand

    #5120

    .
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    @robert so true! We are wimps and spoiled brats!! Hahahaha!

    #5125

    physeter
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    If I get papers to become a citizen of west Africa can they be used for anywhere in Africa?

    There is no such country as “West Africa.” There are dozens of nations in just the western part of the continent alone. And I can assure you they are all different nations; they aren’t under one giant umbrella where you can freely travel from one place to the other.

    Africa is beautiful. I lived there for a bit. It’s also massively poor. I never tried to get a job in Africa; I lived off what was provided by the mission organization and my savings. Most countries–certainly not all but many of them–in Africa also have political unrest and corruption that makes our own Dear Leader look like a well-reasoned statesman.

    I’m really hoping to get out of America too, but there’s no way in hell I would travel to a part of the world where they still burn witches to try to “marry” someone I hadn’t really met before.

    #5132

    Noel
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    Brings new meaning to “you never really know what you got till its gone”.

    Been halfway around the world twice and been in some very poor countries in Asia and South East Asia.

    We North Americans are spoiled rotten compared to the crap that happens in parts of the world not considered “modern”.

    Shared once how one day, at the age of 17, I packed some of my shit and left. Two years later I packed my shit again, joined the U.S. navy, and took my bag filled with my shit half way around the world. When I got back to California I packed my shit and ended up in New York City, “Sky scrapers and everything ” like Stevie once sang.  Still couldn’t figure it all out and thought another change of venue was exactly what I needed to get my shit all in one sock. I packed my shit again and moved to Puerto Rico. That didn’t pan out and nothing changed. Packed what little shit I had at that point and ended up in NYC where I was arrested for stupidity and my shit and I spent 18 months in camp trying to figure it all out. Packed up my shit, moved back to NYC and met a girl. Married her, had a little boy, and she kicked me and my shit out cause I was still fucked up in my head. I finally cut out all my nonsense, worked on my self(an ongoing process) and stopped packing up my shit. My shit was me all along. I never needed to pull any geographics to straighten it out. Just had to continuously put in the work needed. Good luck.

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    Brings new meaning to “you never really know what you got till its gone”.

    A combination of many factors has let me to the place that honestly there is nothing in the U.S I would miss. I’d like to travel back to see the few people that matter and are worth seeing, but other than that there is nothing that the U.S has to offer anymore. I seriously would do anything to get out of here. And at this point there is nothing anyone could “do to me” that hasn’t already been done, so I’m not really afraid of anything. I’m fed up and angry and need to get me and my son out of here. I don’t know how it’s all going to turn out but I just know that I would do anything to get out. I see what’s going to happen to this country and I don’t want to have any part of it. Anywhere would be better than here. We are NOT the “best” nation in the world. I would honestly say at this point we are one of the worst.

    #5134

    .
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    I don’t think wealth makes us good. It makes us stupid.

    #5137

    physeter
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    You do know a good proportion of the world’s population would desire to live in the USA right?

    Maybe before 11-9 they did.

    #5138

    .
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    @physeter

    I agree our country changed because of that….But I actually think there is a combination of factors that has contributed to us becoming the way we are that is mostly stemmed from the industrial revolution. We have reached a dangerous place I think and I’m not sure we (in the US) will ever recover from it.

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