If you are going to post something that might have difference of opinion, don’t be surprised when someone writes an opinion that is different than yours. When that happens, don’t get mad, seriously it just makes it look like you are a little child. It also probably means you aren’t open minded and the only thing that is right is what you believe in, which is honestly a poor attitude. 

anyways that was a fun thing to happen, someone posted that presidents should have military backgrounds and got super pissed when posted that a military background doesn’t necessary make a good leader xD 





how is he posting this from 4 months in the future

this was taken in February


I’m American, and I knew it was taken in February because in the military we use the mm/dd/yyyy format. But I just wanna stop you real quick and shed light on a growing trend I’ve noticed….
How can you sit there and and say “Americans” (first of all, see how I capitalized that? It’s a title, so capitalization is necessary, however I’m not here to correct your grammatical ignorance)when that’s how we’ve been taught virtually our whole lives? Our educational system has taught us that dd/mm/yyyy is the correct way to write a date. And we’re not the only ones either. Canada, Kenya, Belize, Palau, and the Philippines all use this format (some of them also use other formats). And for the record, some countries don’t even use the mm/dd/yyyy style of dates: Belize, China, Japan, Hungary, Mongolia, Korea, Lithuania, Nepal, Palau, and Taiwan. So yes, to us “Americans,” and a good portion of the rest of the world, it would look as if this photo was taken August 2, 2014. Stop being so conceited; you’re no better than anyone else; the world doesn’t revolve around you.

This would be great and all except I’ve never heard of an American who know the dd/mm/yyyy style, Americans are taught the mm/dd/yyyy style and so pretty much any American should be able to read this. Chances are that American was for the comment before them saying it was in feb for us using the stupidity of the mm/dd/yyyy. So actually to Americans it looks like it was taken in Feb (in fact I bet this picture was taken in America). Besides that little mess up (which really isn’t good for Americans) I do agree that there is a growing trend of just saying “Americans” which I find to be rather stupid. All countries have their stupid people, very few countries are as large as the USA is and those countries that are as large are either not as developed or don’t have access to just surfing the net (and also don’t speak English) Most of Europe countries are small and so the number of “stupid” actions from those countries would obvious be less. 

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