>>811>It is interesting that is the case when you think about it. Considering that wouldn't be a lot of people's first thought with spain even 60 years ago.
And it won't. The image that everyone will remember and we actually do and want to share is about being friendly and offer accesibilites to strangers because we appreciate the outside income. If we fuck up on it,then say hi to the complete misery.>I went through something similar when I was a teenager. History is very complex and full of things that don't quite fit with the postmodern obession with the present. ( A lot the Native Americians owned slaves and fought on the side of the south. Some "dark age" conuties actually being a bit more progressive then we protray, etc) We've all been a little bad to each other.
That's what happens when you give history biased (and even objectively,history is written by the winners but we follow the "closest" version to reality) and you (and me) would be surprised by how many ieas
were presented centuries ago without this level of technology or advancements. You receive an education as the "good guys" for something and it's understandable considering the imperialism and the image of being the best country. If you feel US history is complicated,check mine or China ones. Those two are pure rollercoasters.>Sorry for that war we did with ya!
You mean the articles of destroying the Maine and putting Spain in the wrong side. You were going to conquer it sooner or later because the sense of power was decreasing and their autonomy was mostly indepedent. It was bound to happen but rushing the conquest could have been prevented.
Either way,we are fine m8, my friend reminds it with a slight bitterness because of the bad press and the "villains" role on it for you but he has prefered not to talk shit because we have noticed that Americans are facing one big trouble and there is a trend lately in which you are having empathy with us.
You are facing a lot of propaganda and that's the battle our empire lost. We won all of them save that one and we believed their lies. That's why I advise you that checking what happened to us should be useful to others.
We don't have the power to conquer anything these days and we just don't care,it had to happen. However,what worries me more is the present and the direction the West is taking,that's some stuff we have to face in similar levels.
>I get this too. I for all I know turn out similer with my stuff. I love obscure history and on the political end, forgoten factions and smaller once conutries. So yeah. This stuff can be fun to sometimes, especially on the local level. Did you know this church we are standing in used to be a store owned by a crazed world war 1 vet who painted cubist art of cats?
Everything changes and the town where I am living in was just pure ruins of the war. No houses are left here before 1940. For example,another fun fact,Sebring circuit (I think) was a military airport which got transformed into something better and less war focused and it turned into a praised track where their endurance races are well received. Nobody wants to remember many things about the war,only a 10% about them remain and the other places get reformed. >Yeah, though I've been doing a bit of reseach and have more thoughts on the mater, but that would require a lot of pics so I get to it in a few days hopefully.
You can explain it if you want to add the topic for some posts>She won't sleep well at all. To endless bridges on /endpone/!!!!
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