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Is America A Better Place To Live In That Britain?

Postby Pruitt » Sun Oct 01, 2017 6:18 pm

I would say America cause it's much fun there but there is more violence over there than there is in Britain also there is more better health service in Britain (There it is free) America as 10 times bigger and better stuff over there like candy, theme parks, sightseeing places etc.......
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Postby blade » Wed Oct 04, 2017 2:26 am

nicely i stay in England , an identity say united statesa. is greater advantageous to stay the compelled multiculturalism on the English is previous a shaggy dog tale now + new regulations etc being written for Ethincs its gonna take years for the English to Segregate , least in united statesa. they have been doing that for years
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Postby Llwyr » Thu Oct 05, 2017 6:18 am


1) No NHS service in the US.

2) Americans know nothing of the world outside of the US. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fJuNgBklo...

3) The only heritage sites in the US are either American Indian sites or recent sites like the statue of Liberty, mount Rushmore etc.

The rest 4 - 8 are more or less the same in both countries.

9) The US are more patriotic than the English but NOT more than the Scots and the Welsh.

10) People aren't allowed (apart from criminals) to carry guns in the UK ( even most policemen). Some states in the US still have the death penalty ( good thing).
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Postby Jessie » Thu Oct 05, 2017 2:03 pm

America scores on food...
that's it.

I spend three months of every year in the US.
I love the place and the people... but it is not an easy place to live.
Little or no culture... despised by the wider world... really, really bad education, and the only opportunity is to be as gullible as the next person.

America is great for shady opportunists... but is not a place I would want my children to grow up in.
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Postby Schaeffer » Thu Oct 05, 2017 5:11 pm

The amount of people who have lived in both America and England for long enough to properly answer this question will be very limited indeed. However i too am planning to emigrate over to America and am quite interested in the responces. Thanks for posting.
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Postby Charly » Sun Oct 08, 2017 10:45 am

england : schools and health care for FREE!!

food nearly the same as in america but america has bigger food then england which makes england healthy :)) that's the reason i love living in england!! :)) butt american jobs are better plus the people i guess must be nicer then english people. so if you live in america sstaythere but if you live in england and you are thinking of moving to america then move!!!
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Postby Ramm » Tue Oct 10, 2017 8:31 pm

Health services: US is better on that front. People in the UK are waiting for medical help much longer than in the US. The quality of services is often better as well.

Education; with places like Cambridge and Oxford .... the US has nothing on the UK on that one. I suspect that on the lower levels of education the US may have an advantage.

Heritage sights: If you're speaking of historic sights ... the UK has that one hands down. King Edward I and his castles. Bath, a town built by the Romans. Roads built by Romans. Stonehenge. The US has our Colonies as well as several historical battle fields. We have Mt Rushmore and Crazy Horse. We have the Old North Church, as well as more but nothing older than 300 years or so. ..... Most of the sights in the US are "natural wonders", The Grand Canyon, Yosemite, The Rocky Mountains, etc, whereas the sights of the UK are things created by man. Hard to pick the best.

People: It's a draw. I've talked with people in both places and found them wonderful.

Food: Food findings in both places are great. The ethnic eateries in London alone will take you from Mexico to Russia, from Norway to India. Native UK food is great tool. The US really has few really "native foods." The hot dog, ice cream cone, hamburger on a bun and popped corn are some of the few I can think of.

Entertainment: Theatre is great in both places. Rock mustic is also even. Each has it's own forms of ethnic music and customs. Movie production would, IMO, go to the US.

Middle Easter I'd have to say that both countries have tasted the terrorist threat in equal measure.

Patriotism: I'd say that the US has the edge on this one.

General Life: I feel the standard of living is substantially higher in the US.

How's that?
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