Puffer Fish wrote:Isn't it fascinating that most tourists only travel to the small minority of countries that have higher standards of living?
That's false, as well. Many Americans travel to Mexico, the Dominican Republic, Costa Rica, Thailand, etc. Are you telling me that they have a higher standard of living? You're making up nonsense.
Puffer Fish wrote:Most tourists do not travel to the parts of the world where most people live.
I don't think you know a thing about this topic. You're probably one of the 50% of Americans who doesn't even have a passport, and haven't travelled outside continental USA.
Puffer Fish wrote:If you think "most parts of the world" are better than the USA, you are living in extreme ignorance.
I never said that. Your misquoting me is dumb, and obvious.
Godstud wrote:They aren't all worse. Many are better. USA does not have the highest standard of living.
Puffer Fish wrote:Why don't tourists commonly travel to Africa? (If they do, it's usually to the mostly unpopulated parts of Eastern Africa on the savannahs to see the wildlife) Any tourists you know who chose to travel to Pakistan?
Yes, I do know people who have travelled to Egypt, Morocco, South Africa, Tanzania, Kenya, and Nigeria(all countries in AFRICA, btw). I know people who have travelled to Pakistan and India. I know people who have travelled to China.. and even lived there for years.
You have never travelled, have you? Just admit it. It's obvious.
Puffer Fish wrote:Less than 22 percent of the world lives in White English speaking or Western European countries.
So what? I guess that would make a difference to a racist, like you. It wouldn't to me. You sure blast out your racist tendencies for all to see.
Puffer Fish wrote:I could conjecture (and I'd probably be right) your "world experience" is mostly limited to these.
Are you going to tell me about how "white" and English-speaking Thailand is? I'd be fascinated to hear your lies about THIS.
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