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Brian Morris
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2nd, 6th and 7th Wisconsin, 19th Indiana, 24th Michigan
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I think Greenland is my favorite.

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Where on earth did they get 'fascist movements' for the UK from? When they could have had cuisine, good weather, dental hygiene, any other sort of hygiene, or living up to the name 'United'.
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Also, on their data list, http://thedoghousediaries.com/maplesyrup, the Vatican City is listed as not leading the world in anything. Surely 'resident popes' is a start?
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kunnagh wrote:

Where on earth did they get 'fascist movements' for the UK from? When they could have had cuisine, good weather, dental hygiene, any other sort of hygiene, or living up to the name 'United'.
I was wondering that, the UK has (probably) the weakest fascist movements in the world.

By the way, which country leads the world in posting threads that are about politics?
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Britain has the lowest level of tooth decay in the world. We've got great teeth, it's just that we find big white tombstone teeth disturbing and fake looking.
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You can pinpoint just where they stopped trying: "Speaking Burmese."
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slatersteven wrote:
kunnagh wrote:

Where on earth did they get 'fascist movements' for the UK from? When they could have had cuisine, good weather, dental hygiene, any other sort of hygiene, or living up to the name 'United'.
I was wondering that, the UK has (probably) the weakest fascist movements in the world.

It makes me wonder if it is "(number of) fascist movements" rather than "(popularity of) fascist movements". We may have had a lot of nutters trying to start fascist movements, just not doing very well at it.

The stats are definately arguable here (as they usually are). e.g. I think the US leads in per capita pollution compared to China's higher total production.

But fun and interesting. Just not to be taken seriously.
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