1. Pretoria, South Africa closely followed by:

  2. Are you aware that it is common for people to lie and make stuff up when they are under scrutiny? Do you understand the definition of "massively?. I try to keep up on the news as much as is possible. If it was being "massively spread", Id have heard about it. Probably. Unless it was something I dont care about. Like misgendered Norwegians.

  3. I am aware that people lie about this. I probably shouldn't use the word massively in the context of the U.S, but it has been very widely spread(Leading to protests in at least one country), And when the guy with the biggest Podcast in the world spreads it, it feels somehow like every western adult at least knows a person who has been fed this. Obviously not true, but.

  4. In Alberta we frequently moan and gripe that we're not more like Norway, because our corrupt politicians squandered our oil money, whereas their corrupt politicians created an impressive sovereign wealth fund.

  5. Even if this news story had been real, that's one hell of a leap sir.

  6. Yes, you most likely have to imagine it as it most likely didn't happen. that feminist very likely lied about the reason why she was reported. The documents will soon be public and according to the person that did the reporting those statements and tweets are not even mentioned.

  7. It definitely has its problems, but Numbeo can give u a "feel" on how safe, expensive, and even polluted many cities in your country or around the world is. you can also compare cities. you can also do a lot of "fun" research.

  8. My Norwegian grandfather(84) says that when helping out one of his grandchildren.

  9. Well, at least you are not a monarchy-fluffer.

  10. Marzipan is what comes to mind right now. But I struggle to come up with a clear number 1 when it comes to something that could be eaten for dinner.

  11. I'm pretty sure it is goodbye children /Au revoir les enfants. im not recognizing it as the same film, but I can tell that I have seen the film. it's unlikely I have seen two "possibly french" films that matches my description though.

  12. I’ve travelled quite a bit and have seen evidence of homelessness and poverty almost everywhere so I think your point about only having seen this in developing countries is incorrect. Homelessness is a complex issue. In answer to your question about support available, see the below from UK charity Centre Point.

  13. I didn't say that I see homelessness and poverty only in developing countries. I said that I haven't seen it to this extent outside second and third world nations. So I'm interested in learning more about this to figure it out. But thanks for the information and answering.

  14. Whereabouts are you from? I've lived in Czech Republic, USA, England and Germany and experienced far less of it in England than any of the others. Prague, Hamburg and Philadelphia all had huge numbers of beggars and homeless people. USA not unexpected though.

  15. Hi Jazzy. I'm talking about local beggars in a european first-world country. That excludes countries like the Czech Republic(although they are improving very fast, but still considered the second world by most people). And the USA.

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