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Spangola
Is there anyone unhappy with their nationality? I've never heard of anybody like that before, so I'm just curious.
Mar 7, 2018 4:47 PM
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@Steven

"Just name another country and I’m out of the US and not looking back."

I have two suggestions: North Korea or South Sudan. Have fun!

March 7, 2018

Only when I read this: "The uploader has not made this video available in your country." :)



March 7, 2018

I am satisfied with my nationality (Canadian), so I have no desire to change.

However, I do wonder how immigrants and refugees to another country feel about changing their nationality because circumstances in their native countries may cause them to leave, but in their hearts, they wish that they could stay and keep their native nationality.


You've asked an interesting question Spangola...

March 7, 2018
@Steven Larrabee

"Snarlingy-wolfy: I’ll take you up on that offer if you throw in that cute wolf puppy! If so, you got a deal. (They don’t draft old dudes like me over there do they? At 59, I’m not military material. And I don’t know if they speak much German in Kiev, so that might be an issue:)" 

Ts-ts-ts. And what do you propose to give Wolfy in return for that cute little wolf puppy? Come on now, he's offering you his Ukrainian citizenship in exchange for your ***ty American one, and instead of leaping at the opportunity, you're making all these extra demands. 
March 7, 2018

i despise my nationality, especially the people who make us work for $5 per hour. 

and the passport...

want to visit Thailand -> kaboom! pay $60 for a visa

want to visit the US -> kaboom! pay $200 for a visa and prove that you're not planning on staying there.

want to visit Europe -> kaboom! pay $35 for a visa or a new passport (at last). 

etc, etc.



March 7, 2018
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