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Faith

New Baltimore, MI

#1 Nov 28, 2013
Happy Thanksgiving to all Americans. We have a lot to be thankful for...

I am thankful I was blessed by being born American.

I'm thankful the NSA and CIA and drones are looking out for all of us and keeping us safe.

I am thankful Western hegemony and Anglo-American Imperialism.

It is a wonderful life.
Frank

Keswick, Canada

#2 Nov 28, 2013
Most of the things we daily use is the brain children of American men and women. Among the millions of inventions ,which we use daily- first and foremost, the whole world( particularly the Muslims) should be thankfull to the Americans for the the gift of INTERNET. Internet-what a marvelous invention!

Without this invention, you wouldn't be reading this; we'd be yelling it at you on a streetcorner or something. In the early days of computing, users would use dedicated terminals to dial in to massive mainframes, carefully rationing computing power. Each mainframe required a different terminal, a different login, and was a royal pain in the hinder. Engineer J.C. Licklider conceived of a method to link all of these systems together, and the Department of Defense threw down some money to make it happen. Couple this with the development of packet switching by some MIT men and you have the infrastructure for what would become the most important communication tool of the 21st century. The first link was established on October 29, 1969, and the system only grew from there. Independent networks began to spring up in the late 70s, and the World Wide Web made its debut in 1989. Next stop - slutty Facebook pictures for all!
God has really blessed America and Americans.!!
Frank

Keswick, Canada

#3 Nov 28, 2013
Another marvelous American invention:Artificial Heart

Technologies to prevent and reverse the horrible creep of heart disease have been a Holy Grail of medicine. From baboon hearts to pacemakers, Mankind has fixated on that old ticker pumping for one day more. The most astounding invention so far is the completely artificial heart, developed by Dr. Robert Jarvik in 1982. With an ovoid shape and a blood-compatible polymer designed to ease transplants, the heart is still a marvel. That December, the first Jarvik heart was implanted into a retired dentist. He survived 112 days with that device, and over 90 more Jarvik hearts were installed in other patients. Although it's not a permanent solution, the Jarvik heart is still in use as a "bridge" for patients who experience heart failure when a donor heart is not yet available. Today, the development continunues for a permanent artificial heart; the era of the cyborg may yet dawn upon us.
Faith

New Baltimore, MI

#4 Nov 28, 2013
Other American inventions:

The machine gun
The atom bomb
The gas chamber
The electric chair
Frank

Keswick, Canada

#5 Nov 28, 2013
Faith wrote:
Other American inventions:
The machine gun
The atom bomb
The gas chamber
The electric chair
But what the white men invented to SAVE lives outnumber these petty items you mention above(which is also necessary to keep the enemies at a distance).

1.LifeStraw
Tens of millions of people in third world nations are subject to impure water conditions that cause death, destruction and disease. Aiding and assisting one thirsty person at a time was not an option, so from the mind of Danish inventor, Torben Vestergaard, LifeStraw was born. This innovated way to purify water is a lightweight straw that may be worn around the neck or carried in the pocket. Purifying water on contact with the straw, LifeStraw has and will continue to save countless lives around the world.

2.Seatbelts
Another thumbs-up to the Scandinavians for their idea to invent and install the first seatbelts into their 1849 line of Volvos. The first American to patent the seatbelt product was New Yorker Edgar J. Claghorn in 1885, and the rest is history. Swedish innovator, Nils Bohlin made the patent for the first modern seatbelt and it was installed by Volvo is 1959. Most of the modern world requires the use of a seatbelt for driver and passengers, and this safety request has saved millions of lives on the road. No matter how late you are or how distracted, never turn the key until you have buckled-up.

3.CAT Scans
The CAT scan machine, also known as a CT, is a high-tech medical imaging machine to detect tissue abnormalities, internal bleeding and fractures in a detailed 3D format. CAT, or Computer Axial Tomography, is used for accurate and immediate feedback for medical specialists and surgeons to get the total body picture of a patient. Painless and a comfortable ride, patients lie on their back for a slow and easy glide through the CT tunnel from top to bottom. Without the precision and timely results from the CT unit, life and death could hang in the balance. Godfrey Newbold Hounsfield invented this life saving hospital machine in 1972 and it has revolutionized the speed of treatment with an instant diagnosis.

4.Pacemakers
The first pacemaker was created by Canadian engineer, John Hopps, in 1950. The heart pacemaker was Hopps’ idea to stop fibrillation via an implanted electrical pulse. The modern-day pacemaker has saved many lives by analyzing the heart’s electrical system and sending charges to help the heart function properly. Though the heart does beat on its own, the pacemaker regulates the counts, providing live-giving protection against weakness and sudden death.

5.Vaccinations
The concept of the vaccine was invented by English physician, Edward Jenner, in the late 19th century. Dr. Jenner observed the behavior of dairymaids and their resiliency to getting cowpox due their exposure to a cow’s utter. The usage of the vaccine is to inject a small and harmless dosage of an infectious disease to allow the body to build up it’s own immunity. Vaccine inoculations have been used to eradicate and/or reduce cowpox, smallpox, the flu, polio, hepatitis, cholera and rabies making this English invention the key component to staving off deadly disease in the 20th century.
Faith

New Baltimore, MI

#6 Nov 28, 2013
Cotton gin, refrigerator, circular saw, sewing machine, steam shovel, wrench, baseball, burglar alarm, vacuum cleaner, vibrating dildo, phonograph, photography, digital photography, the telephone, the ball point pen, zipper, tractor, mouse trap, air conditioning, airplane, bulldozer, liquid fuel rocket, tampons, sunglasses, electric guitar, beach ball, nylon, Teflon, bazookas, microwave oven, radar, gaydar, credit card, transistor, cable tv, artificial heart, laser, maser, taser, LED, plasma screen, GPS, Jet Ski, cell phone........
Faith

New Baltimore, MI

#7 Nov 28, 2013
The rest of the world should celebrate Thanksgiving Day. Americans should celebrate You're Welcome Day.
Proud American

Indianapolis, IN

#8 Nov 28, 2013
Yes but remember all the things Muslims have contributed to the world. There's, um......
Faith

New Baltimore, MI

#9 Nov 28, 2013
Proud American wrote:
Yes but remember all the things Muslims have contributed to the world. There's, um......
Be fair. Suicide vests, IED's, Skyjacking, Fatwas, "Honor" killings, Female Genital Mutilation.....
kat

London, UK

#10 Nov 28, 2013
British inventions.
Marine chronometer: John Harrison, 1761Spinning frame: Richard Arkwright, 1768Toothbrush: William Addis, c. 1770Soda water: Joseph Priestley, 1772Hydraulic press: Joseph Bramah, 1795Steam engine: Richard Trevithick, 1801Glider: George Cayley, 1804Tension-spoked wheel: George Cayley, 1808Tin can: Peter Durand, 1810Modern fire extinguisher: George William Manby, 1818Electric motor: Michael Faraday, 1821Waterproof material: Charles Macintosh, 1823Cement: Joseph Aspdin, 1824Passenger railway: George Stephenson, 1825Lawnmower: Edwin Beard Budding, 1827Photography: William Henry Fox Talbot, 1835Electric telegraph: Charles Wheatstone & William Cooke, 1837Chocolate bar: JS Fry & Sons, 1847Hypodermic syringe: Alexander Wood, 1853Synthetic dye: William Perkin, 1856Bessemer process: Henry Bessemer, 1856Linoleum: Frederick Walton, 1860Sewage system: Joseph Bazalgette, 1865Modern Torpedo: Robert Whitehead, 1866Telephone: Alexander Graham Bell, 1876Light Bulb: Joseph Swan, 1880Steam turbine: Charles Parsons, 1884Safety bicycle: John Kemp Stanley, 1885Pneumatic tyre: John Boyd Dunlop, 1887Thermos flask: Sir James Dewar, 1892Electric vacuum cleaner: Hubert Cecil Booth, 1901Disc Brakes: Frederick William Lanchester, 1902Stainless Steel: Harry Brearley, 1913Military tank: Ernest Swinton, 1914Television: John Logie Baird, 1925Catseye: Percy Shaw, 1933Jet Engine: Frank Whittle, 1937Electronic programmable computer: Tommy Flowers, 1943Hovercraft: Christopher Cockerell, 1953Automatic kettle: Peter Hobbs, 1955Float Glass: Alastair Pilkington, 1959Hip Replacement: John Charnley, 1962Carbon fibre: Royal Aircraft Establishment engineers, 1963Collapsible baby buggy: Owen Maclaren, 1965ATM: John Shepherd-Barron, 1967World Wide Web: Tim Berners-Lee, 1989Wind-up radio: Trevor Baylis, 1991Steri-spray: Ian Helmore, c. 2008.
Faith

New Baltimore, MI

#11 Nov 28, 2013
kat wrote:
British inventions.
Marine chronometer: John Harrison, 1761Spinning frame: Richard Arkwright, 1768Toothbrush: William Addis, c. 1770Soda water: Joseph Priestley, 1772Hydraulic press: Joseph Bramah, 1795Steam engine: Richard Trevithick, 1801Glider: George Cayley, 1804Tension-spoked wheel: George Cayley, 1808Tin can: Peter Durand, 1810Modern fire extinguisher: George William Manby, 1818Electric motor: Michael Faraday, 1821Waterproof material: Charles Macintosh, 1823Cement: Joseph Aspdin, 1824Passenger railway: George Stephenson, 1825Lawnmower: Edwin Beard Budding, 1827Photography: William Henry Fox Talbot, 1835Electric telegraph: Charles Wheatstone & William Cooke, 1837Chocolate bar: JS Fry & Sons, 1847Hypodermic syringe: Alexander Wood, 1853Synthetic dye: William Perkin, 1856Bessemer process: Henry Bessemer, 1856Linoleum: Frederick Walton, 1860Sewage system: Joseph Bazalgette, 1865Modern Torpedo: Robert Whitehead, 1866Telephone: Alexander Graham Bell, 1876Light Bulb: Joseph Swan, 1880Steam turbine: Charles Parsons, 1884Safety bicycle: John Kemp Stanley, 1885Pneumatic tyre: John Boyd Dunlop, 1887Thermos flask: Sir James Dewar, 1892Electric vacuum cleaner: Hubert Cecil Booth, 1901Disc Brakes: Frederick William Lanchester, 1902Stainless Steel: Harry Brearley, 1913Military tank: Ernest Swinton, 1914Television: John Logie Baird, 1925Catseye: Percy Shaw, 1933Jet Engine: Frank Whittle, 1937Electronic programmable computer: Tommy Flowers, 1943Hovercraft: Christopher Cockerell, 1953Automatic kettle: Peter Hobbs, 1955Float Glass: Alastair Pilkington, 1959Hip Replacement: John Charnley, 1962Carbon fibre: Royal Aircraft Establishment engineers, 1963Collapsible baby buggy: Owen Maclaren, 1965ATM: John Shepherd-Barron, 1967World Wide Web: Tim Berners-Lee, 1989Wind-up radio: Trevor Baylis, 1991Steri-spray: Ian Helmore, c. 2008.
You forgot the greatest British invention of all: America.
kat

London, UK

#12 Nov 28, 2013
Faith wrote:
<quoted text>You forgot the greatest British invention of all: America.
lol

“M.A....Rise”

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#13 Nov 28, 2013
Faith wrote:
Happy Thanksgiving to all Americans. We have a lot to be thankful for...
I am thankful I was blessed by being born American.
I'm thankful the NSA and CIA and drones are looking out for all of us and keeping us safe.
I am thankful Western hegemony and Anglo-American Imperialism.
It is a wonderful life.
when you be my slave, i will give you some candies and chocolates, I like people who are slaves

Soon your filthy america will be destroyed and we will conquer your land to bring american slaves tied with chains to our land

We will use them in egypt on agriculture, they will be good slaves to work under Sun Of Egypt

F********K america

“M.A....Rise”

Since: Jan 12

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#14 Nov 28, 2013
Faith wrote:
Happy Thanksgiving to all Americans. We have a lot to be thankful for...
I am thankful I was blessed by being born American.
I'm thankful the NSA and CIA and drones are looking out for all of us and keeping us safe.
I am thankful Western hegemony and Anglo-American Imperialism.
It is a wonderful life.
AMER KA is Mshery he will wipe out the anglo americ*nt imperialism
Faith

New Baltimore, MI

#15 Nov 28, 2013
Egyptian_lad wrote:
<quoted text> when you be my slave, i will give you some candies and chocolates, I like people who are slaves
Soon your filthy america will be destroyed and we will conquer your land to bring american slaves tied with chains to our land
We will use them in egypt on agriculture, they will be good slaves to work under Sun Of Egypt
F********K america
You sound frustrated, Lil' Mo. I would be too if I lived in a failed state and crumbling society. Be thankful the army hasn't kicked in your door and dragged you away yet.

“M.A....Rise”

Since: Jan 12

Location hidden

#16 Nov 28, 2013
Faith wrote:
<quoted text>You sound frustrated, Lil' Mo. I would be too if I lived in a failed state and crumbling society. Be thankful the army hasn't kicked in your door and dragged you away yet.
chrissy i'm not frustrated, i'm all optimistic....you think i'm kidding about your america's end? its coming i Swear to God

israel and usa together will be both finished in few years

Don't worry about me, i'm all saved even from demons
George

Keswick, Canada

#17 Nov 28, 2013
Faith wrote:
The rest of the world should celebrate Thanksgiving Day. Americans should celebrate You're Welcome Day.
Yes- Particularly the Muslims of the world- Christians and Jews have give them:
* Electric lights around Mecca and Medina during Haj Pilgrimage.

* Air Planes to fly Haj Pilgrims all around the world.

* Computers and Internet for spreading Islamic 'Dawa"( propagation)

* Loud Speakers on top of mosque minarets to call five times .

* Millions and millions of things these Muslims use daily without thanking God or the west.
George

Keswick, Canada

#18 Nov 28, 2013
Egyptian_lad wrote:
<quoted text>
Don't worry about me, i'm all saved even from demons
"Don't worry about Egyptian Lad"-he is fortunate in getting Amercian aid of free bread,ham and pocket money. Thanks to the generous Americans.
Quadratus

Puyallup, WA

#19 Nov 28, 2013
America is my country. With its faults and accomplishments its my country, and I thank God for her.
If America had the idealogy of Islamic nations, you would have all been forced to be part of America after we invented the atomic bomb. But even after we beat Japan Germany and the Axis powers we gave the land back. Even when we could have.kept it.
HG Wells

Butler, PA

#20 Nov 28, 2013
Thumbs up for America and Britain. Damn fine lands. To Egyptian_Lad f--k off you little queer I banged an Egyptian sloot a few nights ago, she was worse than those damn Lebanese. Piss in your country and it's ho's. Stay off the Internet and stick to f--king hot pockets you Islamic douche.

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