#1
Well most people have seen michael moores movie "bowling for columbine" the "documentary" about gun violence in the states.

Well sure after watching that piece of bull**** millions of people thought that yes "the guns are to blame, what kind of a horrible country sells so many damn bullets at walmart"

Then we have the people who think that these new age violent video games are to blame, not to mention the slough of violence portrayed in movies and on tv


Well you know what i think


you know why theres so much crime in the USA


BECAUSE YOUR BEER IS SO DAMN ****ING CHEAP

I mean like what the ****! its like 15 bucks for a 24 of quality beer down there! the cheapest beer made in bathtubs up in here in Canada costs at least 40 bucks!
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#3
15 dollar beer tastes like water.
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#4
Yeah, and it sounds like you had that whole $35 worth of Canadian beer tonight.

American beer tends to be pretty ****ty though which explains its cheapness.
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I think there's a lot of crime in the states, is because our criminal system is flawed. People just get slaps on the wrist for everything these days.
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but it's so weak.

most stuff is around 5% here.

I'm not sure but isn't most US stuff around 3%?
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#10
It's the amount of people, the size of the country and the large concentrations of minorities in one place.
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#12
Hmm...

A 6-pack here costs around $20, so that makes $80 for 24?
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Hmm...

A 6-pack here costs around $20, so that makes $80 for 24?

economies of scale.

things get cheaper as you buy more.
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Like shown on an episode of Chilly Beach on a meter:

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economies of scale.

things get cheaper as you buy more.



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economies of scale.

things get cheaper as you buy more.

Yeah. It's just that I doubt you CAN 24 cans of beer here, without actually buying 4 6-packs. There's no such thing as a 24-pack, certainly...
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#19
mmmm. beer. dirty thirties have, in my experienced, cause a lot of violence.

i prefer beer in bottles though, so when i can, i'd rather get 18 in bottles than 24 or 30 in cans. unless i drink out of a glass/cup. canned beer tastes horrendous.
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Yeah. It's just that I doubt you CAN 24 cans of beer here, without actually buying 4 6-packs. There's no such thing as a 24-pack, certainly...

you don't get crates of cans there?

gutted I suppose. not a beer drinker myself

EDIT: just found out alcohol is measured by weight in the USA rather than by volume like over here.
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but it's so weak.

most stuff is around 5% here.

I'm not sure but isn't most US stuff around 3%?


ah im pretty sure the alcohol percentage is the same, it just tastes a bit weaker, but hell id be more than willing to drink some weak beer to save that much money.
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you don't get crates of cans there?

gutted I suppose. not a beer drinker myself

EDIT: just found out alcohol is measured by weight in the USA rather than by volume like over here.


which is why it's ironic you ignorant asses are so proud of how your beer is more alcoholic than ours. when it is about the same. and in fact, guinness in the US has more alcoholic content than guinness in the UK. although canada's guinness has more than both.

edit: actually, i was wrong --

Guinness Original/Extra Stout—4.2 or 4.3% abv (Ireland, UK, mainland Europe), 4.8% abv (Namibia/Southern Africa), 5% abv (Canada) and 6% abv (United States, Australia, Japan);
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#24
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but it's so weak.

most stuff is around 5% here.

I'm not sure but isn't most US stuff around 3%?

I was drinking some of my Step-dads Goose Island, and it was like 8%, but that was an expensive beer.
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but it's so weak.

most stuff is around 5% here.

I'm not sure but isn't most US stuff around 3%?

And? Cider has about the same amount of alcohol as beer but it has more of an affect on me.

British Ale hits people harder than your petty lagers.
#26
Here 24 bottles of this local beer Lionshead ( best I've ever tasted ) is only 11 bucks. And each cap has riddles under it that get harder and harder throughout the night.
#27
Guns don't kill people.

People kill people.
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#28
American beer sucks. That's why its cheap.
It tastes like tonic water.
Aussie beer is better, hence it's more expensive.
Ours is stronger too, and people drink more of it, but we have a lower crime rate.
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#29
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but it's so weak.

most stuff is around 5% here.

I'm not sure but isn't most US stuff around 3%?

Miller highlife- 4.7% alcohol by volume. Cost for an 18 pack- 13.99

My favorite American beer.
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Miller highlife- 4.7% alcohol by volume. Cost for an 18 pack- 13.99

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