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Old 11-30-2013, 12:37 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Your hippy dippy pseudo knowledgeable yah dude ~love is all you need~ bull**** philosophy you spew on here everywhere. It's really ****ing patronising and really gross that you partake in poverty porn. I'm just really cringing hella hard.

Is your favourite Beatle John? Because I ****ing bet it is.
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Old 11-30-2013, 12:42 PM   #12 (permalink)
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It's every city in Virginia.
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Old 11-30-2013, 12:44 PM   #13 (permalink)
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I'm really surprised my city isn't on here, we nearly always make these kinda lists.
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Old 11-30-2013, 12:58 PM   #14 (permalink)
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I lived for several years in Virginia because I was stationed in Norfolk. What a suck-ass, piece-of-sh!t state. I have nothing good to say about it because there isn't anything good to say about it. The worst, stupidest driving laws in the country--completely backwards from civilized nations. No place to get laid by anyone worth laying. The sailors didn't call it No-fvck, Vagina for nothing.
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Old 11-30-2013, 01:00 PM   #15 (permalink)
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The happiest people I ever met were poverty stricken individuals in Nigeria and in India and they had nothing, they lived in dead end s**thole villages with no healthcare, one of them had half a leg and was selling bananas at the sidde of the road, and yet there was more happiness in their eyes than I've seen in anyone.
I think you're confusing their innocence of first world issues as a reason for them being happy and to be fair measuring happiness is not an easy thing to do.

The nearest I've seen concerning this and the one I'd most agree with, would be the reports over the years that say the happiest nations are normally the Scandinavian countries and the common factors here are a high standard of living, good disposable income, good working environment, excellent social security system, a clean environment, low crime and a liberal setting. In fact the only really negative factor that comes out of that area tends to revolve around the climate.
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I lived for several years in Virginia because I was stationed in Norfolk. What a suck-ass, piece-of-sh!t state. I have nothing good to say about it because there isn't anything good to say about it. The worst, stupidest driving laws in the country--completely backwards from civilized nations. No place to get laid by anyone worth laying. The sailors didn't call it No-fvck, Vagina for nothing.
Don't you live in Detroit or something
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Your hippy dippy pseudo knowledgeable yah dude ~love is all you need~ bull**** philosophy you spew on here everywhere. It's really ****ing patronising and really gross that you partake in poverty porn. I'm just really cringing hella hard.

Is your favourite Beatle John? Because I ****ing bet it is.
Nah, George was my fave.

As for the rest of yous post, ouch. You sure told me.
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Old 11-30-2013, 01:06 PM   #18 (permalink)
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Seattle's not going to show up on a "most miserable" list made by Business Insider anytime soon. It's about business and technology value, not the weather.
Considering Seattle is the home of some of the more successful businesses as well as being a great place to start a small business, this doesn't make a lot of sense.

Also... Coolest Small Businesses In Seattle - Business Insider

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I think you're confusing their innocence of first world issues as a reason for them being happy and to be fair measuring happiness is not an easy thing to do.

The nearest I've seen concerning this and the one I'd most agree with, would be the reports over the years that say the happiest nations are normally the Scandinavian countries and the common factors here are a high standard of living, good disposable income, good working environment, excellent social security system, a clean environment, low crime and a liberal setting. In fact the only really negative factor that comes out of that area tends to revolve around the climate.
I'm not saying income, security, healthcare etc. don't improve life, nor am I saying poverty is a prime requisite for happiness, only that it is propogated and nourished from within.
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Yeah and neglecting to mention that it's a lot easier to "nourish from within" when you don't have to worry about income, security, and healthcare etc.


Super simple stuff here.
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