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Which is the dirtiest subway, New York or Mexico City?

Which is the dirtiest subway, New York or Mexico City?

(8:52) The Big Apple where Donald Trump resides, or Mexico City with a population of 21 million people?

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Guest: hmmmm (570 days ago)

Maybe Mexico SHOULD pay for Trump's wall. . . to keep the American's OUT of Mexico when their country totally falls apart? !

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Maybe Mexico SHOULD pay for Trump's wall. . . to keep the American's OUT of Mexico when their country totally falls apart? !

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Guest: (570 days ago)

yeah jechill maybe

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yeah jechill maybe

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Guest: Hitchhiker (570 days ago)

That wasnt me you idiot.

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That wasnt me you idiot.

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Guest: (570 days ago)

hard to tell one simple idiot from another on here

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hard to tell one simple idiot from another on here

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Guest: Hitchhiker (569 days ago)

And yet you stand out as the biggest one here.

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And yet you stand out as the biggest one here.

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Guest: (569 days ago)

that's really upsetting because I value your opinion so highly, as you might have noticed

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that's really upsetting because I value your opinion so highly, as you might have noticed

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iknowlessthanyoudo iknowlessthanyoudo (568 days ago)
Billionaires don't ride subways but are more afraid of the proletariat in Mexico than in the US where redarded voters think they will be billionaire someday.
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Billionaires don't ride subways but are more afraid of the proletariat in Mexico than in the US where redarded voters think they will be billionaire someday.
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iknowlessthanyoudo iknowlessthanyoudo (568 days ago)
Billionaires don't ride subways but are more afraid of the proletariat in Mexico than in the US where redarded voters think they will be billionaire someday.
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Billionaires don't ride subways but are more afraid of the proletariat in Mexico than in the US where redarded voters think they will be billionaire someday.
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Guest: Hitchhiker (570 days ago)

In a capitalist country there is no incentive to improve the lives of its citizens because there is no money in it.

What is in it for me? is a common phrase in the USA.

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In a capitalist country there is no incentive to improve the lives of its citizens because there is no money in it.

What is in it for me? is a common phrase in the USA.

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Guest: (568 days ago)

I don't recall any of my friends saying, "Whats in it for me?"

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I don't recall any of my friends saying, "Whats in it for me?"

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Guest: emesl (570 days ago)

What do you mean where Donald Trump resides? Hillary was the Senator from New York.

Donald has never held office in NY.

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What do you mean where Donald Trump resides? Hillary was the Senator from New York.

Donald has never held office in NY.

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Guest: (570 days ago)

Resides means where someone lives, not where they hold office. Trump lives in New York.

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Resides means where someone lives, not where they hold office. Trump lives in New York.

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Guest: emes (567 days ago)

So what. He is in no way responsible for the subway. The stupid blurb is trying to make a guilt by association for Trump, which is totally unjustified.

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So what. He is in no way responsible for the subway. The stupid blurb is trying to make a guilt by association for Trump, which is totally unjustified.

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Guest: (567 days ago)
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So what? So you were wrong. This video says NOTHING about where anyone holds office. I'm glad you've learned what resides means at least.

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So what? So you were wrong. This video says NOTHING about where anyone holds office. I'm glad you've learned what resides means at least.

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Guest: Dunning-Kruger-World (569 days ago)

Wall biulding could catch on. Israel have done it. China did it in the past (where are the Mongols now!).

Building walls to seperate groups that don't like eachother could be good for the economy.

You might get a boom in transport logistics and drone usage as more and more people need to navigate an increasingly walled up world.

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Wall biulding could catch on. Israel have done it. China did it in the past (where are the Mongols now!).

Building walls to seperate groups that don't like eachother could be good for the economy.

You might get a boom in transport logistics and drone usage as more and more people need to navigate an increasingly walled up world.

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Guest: (569 days ago)

This is the Historian's Fallacy and the Incomplete Comparison Fallacy.

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This is the Historian's Fallacy and the Incomplete Comparison Fallacy.

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Guest: Dunning-Kruger-World (569 days ago)

Cool, I didn't know that. Thanks for your support :)

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Cool, I didn't know that. Thanks for your support :)

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Guest: (568 days ago)

This is the Sarcasm Fallacy

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This is the Sarcasm Fallacy

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