Nothing wrong with knowing what others are thinking, but I you a right in observing that Americans tend to talk about being individualistic but are scared to death when they are asked to take a stand on something that they may think will be unpopular, or their so called superiors might bully them about.
people everywhere are like that
i've been around the world, it's no different anywhere, just go shopping and see
It's very different MrMoose. Why else would you be proud to be American if it's the same everywhere?
There is little difference between people in different counties on this issue.
you are english, proud to be, my family came from scotland, proud to be scot, everyone can be proud of their home country
but again, go shopping, what gets purchased? what is in fashon
Key aspects of the culture include the idea of the importance of being individuals and independent. So sadly imho there can be a denial of their humanity: that is the need for others, to be mutually independent. And this leads to distortions
We are....I know there's got to be an agenda here ???
I hate tattoos also...
Curious about why we think what we think, eh? ;)