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Inflation


Feels weird drawing America like this. XD

1st February 2013

Tagged in China America

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390 Comments:
 
Koshee

112 M
2 days ago #9362670        

America in this looks like hes a kid version.



2 months ago #9343819        

Yes!!! A more natural looking America!!!!!



sneachda

246 F
2 months ago #9343724        

Douchebag China, hum, ok...



3 months ago #9332530        

Dirty words only from dirty mind. If you are unhappy,then do something change it instead of just abreaction by dirty words.


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3 months ago #9332059        

@whale21
No, they're idiots because they don't understand that saying "F*** you" to the country is going to end up biting them in the ass.



Mecharic

21 M
3 months ago #9328298        

Don't worry, it'll be all over soon...



whale21

20 M
3 months ago #9325921        

@ShylokVakarian Nah, we're governed by people who couldn't give a rat's ass about the well being of the public. They know exactly what they're doing, which makes it all the more depressing.



6ArTrA6

15 F
5 months ago #9302453        

Poor America. :)



KOakaKO

48 M
5 months ago #9300274        

@Cerulean556
You're close, but you missed an important part there. China needs the U.S. to buy what it manufactures. Some people think of that as "The U.S. needs China's cheap labor", but that's backward thinking... and usually "U.S.-centric" thinking.

Honestly, the U.S. debt could be covered without China's help - but they get the best interest rates from the Chinese, who are well-known for their long-term planning. China could easily prosper without the interest on U.S. loans, but they KNOW that keeping the U.S. government happy is a good idea - because they make quite a lot of their money from the U.S., by selling them products built in China.

And yes, it's very unlikely for either country to try and damage the other, right now. They simply make too much money off of each other for either of them to think of things like "war". (Which is probably a good thing, but some days I have doubts...)



5 months ago #9296013        

@aman3003 I don't think that China would ever try to obliterate the US, nor the other way around. The US needs China to invest money in the American government, China needs the interest from the US investments, the US needs China for cheap labor or the prices would skyrocket here, etc.

...plus I don't want there to be a Sino-American war because I'm Chinese American. :(

So don't worry about that for the time being. :)



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