This Is What You`re Missing On TV, Part 170 [Pic]

Submitted by: ilovmiguel 5 years ago in Funny

Greece is seriously making a play to become a major force.
There are 37 comments:
Male 4
@ChrisMunich Study this...

http://bit.ly/m8LYRf

It`s not my propaganda. The greeks neither are lazy neither want your money. We are fighting to protect our money...
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Male 383
@Alexitron; The EU hasn`t forced them to do stop producing anything (provided it meets env. & health regulation). It`s to blame the EU when it provides a way for someone else to avoid blame.
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Male 7
This happens when except from weapons and cars you import electric devices, sugar!!! and other goods (they can easily produce) from Germany because EU forced Greece, and others, to limit their production. And as a result they go low on money and need a loan. And then the good Germans come and give the loan to save them from drowning provided they`ll spend part of it on buying submarines they don`t need from them. EU and bad policies made Greek economy s#itty. So yes, they are lazy [email protected] who deserve to burn in hell.
And by the way Greeks retire at 65.
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Male 275
Gyro carts? Is that a cart that remains upright no matter what?
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Male 34
As a Greek i fully agree with Student_Law. 2 Families ruled the country for 30 years. Its our fault. ... Oh and Germany as you remember you haven`t payed us yet for the damages and occupation during WW2.
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Male 2,424
@The Greeks will be allright, hell they`ll always have Gyro carts. Who doesn`t love a Gyro?

long commute to Germany to sell them
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Male 4,902
The Greeks will be allright, hell they`ll always have Gyro carts. Who doesn`t love a Gyro?
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Male 1,010
Fu*k`em. Fu*k Portugal too.

If they were victims of famines, drouts, earthquakes, attacked by some country or a flood and what not i`d be the first to help. Hell, i`d bring a shovle and help clean it up. But it`s not.

All of this is a result of people walking around like zombies, electing stupid a55 politicians and rejecting regulations, while recieving tax breaks and lending more and more money.

If your democracy is working, you are fully able to look into the programs, you have the right to see what your government is doing and you have the right to see the financial plans that the parliament vote for. But no, people read tabloids and elect officials based upon who can promise the most crap and threaten to throw out the most immigrants. The recession/crisis was NOT and accident. It was predictable, and it happened as a cause of stupid people, electing even more stupid people. Same thing is happening here. Sad poo.
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Male 12,365
Sparta was a rather unpleasant place. There is very little truth in the film. Having Spartans shouting about freedom was bizarre, since ~90% of the population were helots with no freedom and the rest were servants of the state, which was essentially the army. Not like a modern army either - all male people were conscripted in early childhood.

But it did make for a very effective army.
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Male 383
@Vincentlink; It`s curious to accuse someone of believing in propaganda whilst spreading some yourself. The average retirement age in Greece is 61. The average income is also higher than 800, and one of the chief issues is tax evasion, costing the government billions per year, money that is needed to fight the deficit.Furthermore Greece is far FAR from one of the largest consumers of produced goods of other EU members. Nevertheless, a large portion of Greek debt is held abroad, and a default in Greece would have repercussions not only for the EU, but also for the US and many other markets. Even a brief google search can prove your claims wrong.
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Male 4
What are you compiring... Greeks and German do not have the same life quality... We are not so healthy at 65 like you... You have better life standars than us...
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Male 4
@Fwoggie: Do not be so aggnorant because the P.I.G.S. are the best consumer of what you produce. Do you know what will happen to your economy if these countries stop to consume from you??? And believe me i am lucky because we (greeks) know how to live without the basics... We have done it for years now and we have survive...How about you Are you ready???
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Male 1,803
And I wish I could retire at 65, my pension is set up for 68.
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Male 4
@GeFeldz: Greeks are retiring at 65. Our basic salary is something less than 800 euros per month. A retiring person take an average pension of 600 euro and think that the cost of living is the same with Sweden but we do not have neither proper health care like u or proper education like u. We are paying pur taxes. We do not want your money, we want the politicians to stop steal our money. Do not repruduce lies from media that trying to convince you that we live a super life with European`s money. No life in Greece it s not something like greek summer, islands, ouzo or opa. Believe me...
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Male 1,803
The general attitude here in Bonn, Germany is that we`re fed up with the bloody Greeks and would just wish they`d bugger off. Hopefully they`ll kick them out of the Euro. They can then devalue their new currency and default which`ll drat them up big time but at least not take the rest of us down with them.
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Male 1,803
The general attitude here in Bonn, Germany is that we`re fed up with the bloody Greeks and would just wish they`d bugger off. Hopefully they`ll kick them out of the Euro. They can then devalue their new currency and default which`ll drat them up big time but at least not take the rest of us down with them.
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Male 383
@GeFeldz ; I sincerely hope you`re trolling, or do you really lack a basic understanding of what is going on?
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Male 25,416
AWESOME
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Male 1,587
GeGeldz- I assume that is satirical?
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Female 728
People get so ugly when they feel entitled. A country can`t provide too many social programs because there simply isn`t the money for it. Cutting back on those programs is the responsible thing to do, but people get used to the idea of getting other people`s money and then they think they have a right to it.
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Male 135
I`m happy we rejected the Euro in Sweden! I don`t want to pay for 55 year old greeks retiring thank you very much!
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Male 25
i just got the urge to kick someone in slow motion
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Male 2,700
"high fives for the women... open mouth tongue kisses for the men"

Greece, why so gay? Lol.....

(Epic Movie was funny as hell...IMO at least.)
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Male 633
Oh, Greece? You better give the rest of the people from the euro coutries a damn great, all paid for vacation.
For all the billions of euro`s we have to pump into your sh*t economy.
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Male 10,440
Hopefully they`ll fix this soon. I think they need a change of leadership.
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Male 622
high fives for the women... open mouth tongue kisses for the men
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Male 158
They have no right to be angry. I lived on various Greek islands for nearly 4 years and it was abundantly clear that taxation is viewed as optional at best and state-sanctioned theft at worst.

You can`t complain that the government has no money when you did everything you could to avoid giving them any.

Knobs.
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Male 15,510
Spot the American
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Male 37
Im Greek but i think we dont have any connection at all with our Ancestors. 400 years of Turkish occupation made us bastards.
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Female 836
At least they have their own catchy slogan.
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Male 222
But its true. It is also Thrace; "All Hail Spartacus"
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Male 130
well it is. they`re just stating the obvious
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Male 4,807

Good thing they don`t play Hockey.. O_o
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Male 383
Oh Greece, you so silly.
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Male 5,314
this is madness
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Male 1,793
Well put...
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Female 215
Link: This Is What You`re Missing On TV, Part 170 [Pic] [Rate Link] - Greece is seriously making a play to become a major force.
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