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One day she will find out about the metric system. That blow up her small mind!
#4: yes, everyone in the country is forced to pay for your hospital bill, even if they are never sick. This is called "fair" by idiots.
#8: you can, in the USA. You just never did.
You do realize the US has the worst healthcare outcomes of all OECD nations right? You do realize that the US public spend is similar to other countries even though you don't have universal healthcare yet private individuals/corporations spend astronomically more and still your population on average is far less healthy. But of course, everyone else is an idiot...
you don't lead in quality, and if you think you do, i got a bridge to sell you.
your medical errors are through the roof, your life expectancy is quite short.
Not true, according to the OECD website: "In terms of health, life expectancy at birth in the United States is almost 79 years, one year lower than the OECD average of 80 years. Life expectancy for women is 81 years, compared with 76 for men." and "When asked "How is your health in general?" 88% of people in the United States reported to be in good health, much more than the OECD average of 69% and one of the highest scores across the OECD."
You lost him at OECD, talk slowly with simple words to him.
Yeah everywhere outside US we have shamans, herbs and prayers only to heal
I love how Americans protect their sh#tty healthcare system when people compare them to the rest of the civilized world. Proud of the fact that cancer can bankrupt your family and that your women have to go back to work 6 weeks after having a baby. Pathetic..absolutely revolting.
#3: that's why peanut butter costs $5
Not sure anyone has memorized every idiom on their way to a new place. It's called assimilation for a reason, you learn over time.
Because it's like that in most of the western world, with the US being the odd one out when it comes to most stuff?
Not that everything is wrong with the US, it's just something diffrent from most other places.
#4 Oh that's why $5 for peanut butter.