When you live in a country for many years, everything looks ordinary and familiar. But an outsider will always spot some curious quirks in your customs and behaviors that make them think, “What’s going on here?” Life in the US can puzzle newcomers in many ways, from buying foods and magazines in a pharmacy to deep-frying almost anything you can think of. For example, if you’re not from the US, it may be puzzling to walk into a pharmacy and see aisles and aisles of over-the-counter meds, toys, makeup, clothes, and even groceries! In America, if a restaurant doesn’t offer free refills on fountain drinks, it’s kind of strange. But in other countries, once you buy one beverage, that’s it! And Americans speak so loud compared to other countries. Whether it’s talking on your cell phone or chatting with a friend over lunch, Americans seem to really like projecting their voice.
Understanding the Artificial Economy.
America’s Stonehenge is an archaeological site consisting of a number of large rocks and stone structures scattered around roughly 30 acres (120,000 m2) within the town of Salem, New Hampshire in the United States. It is open to the public for a fee as part of a recreational area which includes snowshoe trails and an alpaca farm. It is a tourist attraction with particular appeal to believers in New Age systems.
I myself have visited this place. It’s outside of my hometown of Salem, New Hampshire. I found it very interesting. I even got to go inside the Oracle Chamber. Very cool.
National Anthem of Germany – “Das Deutschlandlied” (The Song of Germany)
Includes lyrics in both German and English.
Comparing this wussy COVID-19 to the Spanish Flu is more proof of a false flag. The Spanish Flu killed 15 million. One third of the world was infected. This very well could have been our extinction event, not this stupid little Corona Virus. Just keep your head, take sensible precautions, and don’t be a dumbass.
Pay no attention to death numbers in countries with little or no healthcare system. Only pay attention to the figures for this country. Maybe Canada and Mexico because they are right next door.
I wonder if people raided the stores for toilet paper back then too.