Well, here’s another inaccurate figure from the uncanny valley of the internet. If only it was true then this commentator could remain smug and self-approving, but as luck would have it, this couldn’t be further from the truth.
America lags behind when compared to its peers in Europe. According to experts, social mobility in the US has been declining since the 1940s. Though you could probably say it’s among the highest in the world if there’s at least one country below it? It’s all about perspective. Isn’t that how statistics work?
When in Rome...
Oh man, the Italians stole Rome from the Americans as well? Those Italians must be stopped before they come for American football and burgers.
This is yet another example proving that the American blind spot is actually tunnel vision strictly zoned in on the immediate surroundings of its people.
Because the United States is fundamentally against its own workers' rights, even the most American company, McDonald's can barely raise their worker's wages without being called socialist.
What is sad here, though, is that Americans can say things like this, showing how little they value their own people when it comes to saving a dime or two.
It was way back in 1480 that this country came into being and we simply can't expect this classified information to spread in just over 500 years.
But now that it has finally reached the comments section of Reddit.com, it was high time someone made it clear that the shambolic country of Spain doesn't exist. The country that lies nestled east of Portugal and west of France is called Old Mexico.
Crimes Against Cheese
Ah yes, the birthplace of Cheddar cheese is Wisconsin. Not the village of Cheddar in Somerset, England. We're sure this guy has the best intentions, but there’s a good chance that he's committing some crimes against cheese without even realizing it.
Cheese is just one of those examples of food that people eat all the time without realizing where it's actually from. A good wedge of cheese is precious, which is why you should also respect its origins.