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do you think that america would be the same without central and southern america.?

in my opinion, no. i believe that in order to have a well established country, there needs to be a 3rd world country near by. Due to the fact that the rich need to buy their supply cheap and be able to demand cheap as well in order to sell and make profit. 3rd world countries children are raised in poverty and are never introduce to much material since they barely have enough food in the table. So if they are introduced to one little thing that they never had in their lives, for example, kfc, or a video game, their levels of domapine in their brain will rise and release dramadically and will almost do anything to produce that euphoria kind of like a junkie trying to get his next fix. making them not care to work in such hard labor jobs for such little money.They work so hard and when do do get the money for whatever they need, they are stuck in the moment for so long that they don't even question their wage. Thats why you see lots of mexicans crossing boarders and all they want to do is work in hard labor jobs. unlike american kids which are pretty much spolied and never have to work for what they get, and when they do get something, they are pretty much overdoing the happiness levels and quickly get bored of such material thing because its so easy for they to get ahold of in the first place. So in other words, i believe that inorder for us to have it easy, someone has to be having it hard. And i also believe that those who have it hard, end up happier then those who have it easy, do to the fact that people who have it hard such as 3rd world countries, dont over due it when it comes to material needs, and americans pretty much over due everything such as going to mcdonals 4 times a week, buying new phones every 3 months, etc.

Asked By: - 8/6/2011
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The 'euphoria' you mentioned is what gave Americans the impetus to forge ahead; it's what gave the men and women the drive to come here in the first place because they were 'euphoric' about getting away from hostile religious attitudes. The Google Guys must have felt extreme euphoria on the weekend when they set out to... More
Answered By: Curtis Edward Clark - 8/6/2011
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idk. Sorry. I am not an astrologer.
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Answered By: Naguru - 8/6/2011
 
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