The same reason as the word skanque fascinates you, to p|ss you off<quoted text>
Oh Sweetie, I am sure you can taste every drop.
I don't know why it fascinates you so, TTTT.
Wonder? And you being such an expert at eating drippydick.<quoted text>
Which makes me wonder all the more why you would put such things in your mouth.
I don't wonder long, mind you, but I am sure the various men that float through your bedroom flat appreciate it.
Flat? More barfy butt breath dreams, 5 bedroom manor house in 3 acres of land is more is like it
Is this more barfy butt breath incredulity?Ė methinks thou doth protest too much<quoted text>
Scuse me while I jump ahead, I do not share your fascination with penises...
Once again, facts is facts Ė the facts that the British Empire included what is now the US must really stick in your throat eh?<quoted text>
Perhaps the most evil but not the largest.
You cannot argue with facts, well you can but thatís beside the point
My god you really are delusional<quoted text>
The US joined WWI because the UK begged us to join & as in WWII, we were not neutral in the first place. The UK saturated the US with propaganda
And of course the UK was smuggling in arms in the Lusitania (in violation of international law) which blew to smithereens when the ammo it was carry set off.
The bottom line is: the US did join and the US broke the stalemate in Europe and the US and a force of 4 million changed the outcome of the war.
Which, in the end, was rather unfortunate.
Once again facts is facts, the reasons why the US joined WW1 is DOCUMENTED. Yes the Lusitania blew up killing US citizens, hence the main reason for the US getting off itís a$$. And yes, that action of joining on the allies helped tipped the balance. So you want to live forever on the laurels of your brave great grandfather? Have you got nothing more but your own sh|t to wallow in?
As for WW2, no you were not neutral, you were sitting on the fence supplying both sides of the conflict and profiteering.