Faild USA Chant On NYC Subway

Submitted by: raikun12 6 years ago in

USA Chant is ignored after Bin Laden"s death. Was this hyporcitical of New Yorekers?
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Male 5,413
What a douche.
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Male 139
John T doesn`t understand irony.
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Male 15,510
That was just uncalled for dude
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Male 56
"lol. Also, faild caption."


lol, failed comment
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Female 474
yea, as a person that commutes to NYC every day via train and subway, i can tell you that most people that start screaming on a crowded subway train will be ignored. new yorkers are solicited so often for different things on the subway that we tend to just ignore everyone that seems a bit odd. especially since, often times, crazy people on the train often direct their craziness/violence toward people that seem like they`re taking notice of said craziness/violence.
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Male 3,631
Wow deeplick - how much further up your own ass does that tongue need to go?

Does your penchant for prurient poetry regularly incite you to caution people not confuse your own words with those of renowned civil rights activists, or was this just a special occasion?

I`d love to see you pat yourself on the back like this were the murderer of one of your close relatives, say your mother, caught and executed. You`d probably pop a boner out of sheer primal repression.
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Male 2,868
lol. Also, faild caption.
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Female 850
people in new york dont give a drat
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Male 2,436
I love America but I really can`t stand the USA chant.
It would be appropriate for perhaps a sporting event, like an Olympic team winning a gold medal, but not for military/death and destruction. That`s pure douche.
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Male 411
sooo sick of this chant....
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Male 234
I mourn the loss of thousands of precious lives, but I will not rejoice in the death of one, not even an enemy.

And no I am note quoting Martin Luther King Jr. because he never said this, but I believe it is still a great way to live my life. Don`t get me wrong, the world is a far better place without Osama, but to celebrate his death... I guess we are living in the dark ages again.

Before we know it, we will go back to publicly hanging people so people can get this kicks and satisfaction from watching other dies.
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Male 214
FYI people who chant their own country`s name...

imagine an event - a party maybe, where families get together

imagine there`s one family sitting over there punching the air and chanting their own family name - that`s you.

kinda douchey.

look there`s mommy douche high fiving with sister douche, and daddy douche is adding a `we rock` in to the mix.

that`s how the rest of the world sees you chanters.

it gets worse...imagine that family hanging around in their own home (country) chanting their family name...feeling so proud. yelling it out. no one else to hear it but themselves. like they need to convince themseves of something.

so wrong.

please stop it. self-confident people don`t chant and celebrate themselves, they just carry themselves with pride and dignity.

thank you new yorkers for ignoring the jerk in this video.
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Female 5
Anyone notice the bird the guy on the right of the screen flips at the camera when it turns his way?
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Male 165
F*ck New York. Bunch of tight-asses.
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Male 2,868
lol. Also, faild caption.
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Male 4,902
If he started chanting allahu akbar on an NYC subway he probably wouldve got jumped by everyone on the train thinking he was a suicide bomber
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Male 4,902
New yorkers are a bunch of non-nice individuals,
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Male 230
forever (chanting) alone
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Female 35
LOL Usually when people shout something on the subway, they are ignored by the rest of the commuters. New Yorkers are very good at ignoring idiots.
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Male 848
That guy is a twat.
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Female 3,696
hahaha deaaad silence...
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Male 101
Anybody else catch the stealth middle finger at 00:38? Well played sir.... well played.
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Male 511
So not being a barbarian is the same as being a hypocrite? Hmm, shame.
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Male 25,417
failed
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Female 1,324
I didn`t chant USa when he died. I was happy because he was an evil man, but it`s not going to change anything.
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Female 383
No, but it is hypocritical of New Yorkers.
Also, not everyones a die-hard patriot like this dippoo.
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Male 2,033
Wow...so nobody on a NY subway wanted to be a raving douchebag? That`s a first.
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Male 10,440
[quote] 2) The opposite isn`t hypocritical either. [/quote]
Yes it is. Don`t tell them that though, they may get angry.
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Male 2,868
lol. Also, faild caption.
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Male 4,546
1) No it isn`t.
2) The opposite isn`t hypocritical either.
3) Why is this a question?
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Female 1,008
Their thoughts: "This isn`t `USA` this is New York."
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Male 15,187
I guess they didn`t want to spike the football.

I bet "Allahu Akbar" would have generated a more animated response.
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Male 347
why is it normal to chant the country name at a random time for no good reason? if you try to pull that off where im from youll just look stupid.
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Male 4,745
Hmmm...looking at the description, I have to wonder if someone was eating Lazy Cakes...
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Male 976
These people just want to go home, they don`t want to do some chant on the subway.
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Male 10,440
Heh heh heh. Nice.

I suspect the rather silly spelling mistakes and the suggestion that people not participating in a stupid, hypocritical chant on a packed new york subway is itself hypocritical have the same cause.

We`ll see how low a rating this post gets.
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Male 7,123
<i>Is this hyporcitical of New Yorekers?</i>

Is that a question?

Also, what is it about that `USA` thing?
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Male 4,807

Faild spelling on Faild description... Sorry I just had to do it!

and I love the subtle flip of the bird @ 0:38
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Male 217
Faild? Hyporcitical? Yorekers? Are you tired fancy?
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Male 586
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