Let's annex Canada and Mexico. Then we will have free health care and we won't have to worry about that wall.
@J3ster, we go all the way down to panama and make a tiny wall. We just group all those countries together and call them South America and deny that anything south of the wall exists.
@J3ster, I honestly don't want Canada's healthcare. I'd rather pay than wait 9 hours for a checkup.
@J3ster, we don't have free health care in Canada. It's heavily on one out of our taxes, usury about 40% of most provinces budget go to health care. It costs about 3700$ a year per person in taxes.
@Blooreguard Q Kazoo, depends one when you go for a check up and where. A walk in clinic might take a while, but you can just leave and come back when it's time for the appointment. I had an appointment with my Doc, and was in and out in no time, and the place was packed, but I had an appointment. Went for a blood test, and was in and out at the hospital in 15 minutes. Might be expensive because of taxes, but it's acceptable because in America a family can go bankrupt from hospital bills. However, a two-tier system would be much much better.
@Blooreguard Q Kazoo, I'd rather wait 9 hours for a checkup then go bankrupt because of a checkup.
@Ser Waffle Knight, I'm not saying America's healthcare is perfect either. I'm just saying free socialized healthcare was suggested by Bernie and Obama and it just doesn't work. People die because they have to wait in Canada.
@Blooreguard Q Kazoo, true, true, both are flawed. Same end though, people die because they don't want to financially ruin their families. It's pretty bad either way, but I waited 4 hours in a quiet er room when my leg was badly broken as people with minor coughs went in and out faster then I did, I'm just thankful I was a minor when that happened.
Either way, I'd rather wait and not pay, then wait half the time and be charged more then the average person makes in 4 years.
@Ser Waffle Knight, do you live in Canada? I would like to hear someone's honest opinion from living there.
@Blooreguard Q Kazoo, I don't live there no. I know its bad up there too, but it's worse down here. And I know people get taxed more up there in canada, but on the same end the U.S taxes are insane and spent largely on useless shjt anyways. (Like millions of dollars going right into people's pockets or another battleship carrier that we don't need that would actually serve little use in a modern war, or another 500 million dollar fighter jet). Just a small cut (talking around 5-10%) to military spending would provide free health care (or even mostly free)
@Ser Waffle Knight, I agree and I think we should fix our system as soon as possible.
@Blooreguard Q Kazoo, or at least place our military spending with nasa's, advanced engineers, and genetic scientists to create space ships, giant space laser weaponry to counter nukes, and super soldiers.
@Ser Waffle Knight, maybe but I don't want to leave ourselves defenseless. And I'm very happy with Trumps decision to reinstate NASA and incentivize new engineers and scientists.
@Blooreguard Q Kazoo, me too, first thing I've seen Trump do that ive really been certain was a good idea.
And my main point was if the U.S was spending a solid chunk (20% even) of our current military spending on scientific advancement, defense and military power would come naturally with the advancement of technology.
@ItsTylerT, 48.5% of the population
@ItsTylerT, be more like @Ser Waffle Knight and have an informed conversation instead of an insult.
@Blooreguard Q Kazoo, *9 months (in some Provences)
@Blooreguard Q Kazoo, I do live in Canada, and I've been hospitalized several time for sport injuries and mental illness. I've been waiting up to 9 hours once, but it wasn't painful, I had a deep cut but it wasn't painful. We pay slightly more taxes every year, but we don't even think about money when it comes to health. And when you go to the hospital, the time you'll wait depend on your injury, some will only wait 5 minutes. If people die waiting, it's because the diagnostic was badly made and You weren't supposed to wait, but it's extremely rare. And what ItsTylerT was trying to say (I think), is that Canada isn't threatening, attacking, stealing or invading other country. USA is greedy and power hungry. You started useless war for oil and power, killed hundreds thousands foreigners for stupid motives, and claimed to be a victim when 9/11 happened. Your government lie so much, hide so much stuff that You have to start believing in false flag and conspiracy theories.
@Blooreguard Q Kazoo, you're right I got a bit rude. I like the health care that Canada has (I'm Canadian). You don't have to wait 9 hours for a checkup if you make a quick call and have an appointment the next day. You'd be in and out in 30 mins. I agree too that there are flaws with both systems, but like @Ser Waffle Knight said, I'd rather wait a bit then pay a fortune. When it comes to more serious injuries that happen and you have to go straight to the hospital you can't help but hope there isn't a long wait.
Is 51 not a prime number already?
@Soul Eaten, no
@Soul Eaten, 17x3
@Soul Eaten, 5+1 = 6, which is divisible be 3, so 51 is divisible by 3. Only works for 3's, but there are tricks like that for most numbers through 10.
But KEK says we have to make Taiwan the 51st state! It's in the digits!
Wait, we don't want to be a state. We don't even speak the same language. Nunca seremos un estado
@JC839, are you sure you even speak Spanish? That is not correct. Well the "Nunca estaremos un estado" part.
Nunca seremos un estado
@taito sí, eres correcta, perdón. De donde tú eres de?
Australia has a nice prime 7. How you fit 48 in the same space is beyond me
So what, Puerto Rico, Guam, and US Virgin Islands?
@rnf73, seems the most likely.