posted on Aug, 8 2006 @ 05:31 PM
it's sort of like that beach that only the locals know, where everyone is friendly and having a great time. beers are flowing, woman are in
bikini's and men are in short shorts. if you go see the man with the red hat you can get some chocolate mushrooms, or a trip on a boat to that cool
little island out there. it's a secret, and no one wants too many people to know about it because then it will be overcome by jerks and tourists.
sure maybe a few miles away there is a big popular beach where you can get fish and chips and a pepsi and its nice and corporate with a shop near by
to get a moose t-shirt, but thats great because thats where we want you to go. And by "you" i mean, well...you know who you are. It all comes down
to an attitude, and I'm just not sure that some americans are aware of how obvious it is. I'm not going to apologise for anything i've said here in
this forum, I think if you reread the comments i've said calmly and without that big blue and white flag flapping at your brain you will see that i
was just trying to give you some raw honest insight. I'm not going to spoon feed it to you. If you look hard enough in the other direction, you will
always find people who agree with you too. I'm just speaking as someone who loves everyone, Americans definitley included. it's like those people on
t.v auditioning for the latest reality talent show, some of them have obviously been lied to there whole life, they are not talented, and they will
never make it ever, someone has been gentle to them up untill that point, giving them the "soft" answers and the safe praise, eventually everyone
either meets the actuall truth, or steps off there 5 minutes into a bowl of coke or a bucket of jesus.