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Oprah You Get A Meme | YOU GET A RAMEN THE WHOLE WORLD GETS A RAMEN AND YOU GET A RAMEN | image tagged in memes,oprah you get a | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
How Oprah blows $20....Good meme, man
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Tokyo style ramen has: hand made noodles, premium meat, and fresh vegetables in a flavorful broth with raw eggs to crack in... One bowl costs $20, but it's worth it.
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Ain't that the American Way® though? Take something wonderful and luxurious and make it cheap and awful.
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Umm..Not sure. Give me another example and we'll talk :)
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Steve Harvey Meme | CHRISTMAS? | image tagged in memes,steve harvey | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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Brits drink Twinings Earl Grey, hot; Americans drink something more reminiscent of candy.

Full disclosure: I am a Southerner who enjoys sweetea.
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Oh, I got one! Public Education! This is a complete issue, since unlike other countries, Americans can't pick and choose where their children go to school.
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Ummm yes and no; it depends on where you live as to whether you have a choice. In my state parents can send their kids to a different school in the same county, with some caveats. Or parents can send their kids to charter schools (again, with caveats) which may be better, the same as, or worse quality than the school for which a child is zoned.

Hmmm what about tacos? The authentic tacos at Mexican restaurants and even taco trucks will make you throw rocks at Taco Bell. I mean seriously, Mexican pizza? Is it Mexican or Italian? Answer: neither.
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I watched John Stossel's 20/20 special "Stupid in America", and unlike other companies like NBC or CBS, schools aren't privatized and are owned by the Government. Most people don't have the luxury to escape them, and have to pray to Jesus that they will get chosen in a lottery to attend a high-performing charter school. I could debate about this for several hours, but will not.

And about cuisine, Chinese Buffets here in America are disgusting. Everything is slathered in MSG, and they even have Cheese Wontons, which isn't asian at all since most of them are lactose intolerant.
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Oh I didn't mean to sound like I disagree with your central point. American public schools are, on average, worse than those in West & North Europe, Japan, and South Korea. "Something" needs to be done but I don't know enough about the education system to say what other than that there are many ideas, some of which even work.

Lol, Chinese buffets. Most of the ones in my town are owned by authentic Koreans, and serve horrible sushi made by authentic Mexicans. Not that people from different cultures can't make each others' food it's just... jarring.
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American Chinese food isn't Chinese either.

The best is Chow Mein, which basically means left over garbage thrown together. It became popular when in SF, American miners asked, "Whatcha got?" and were given "Chow Mein" by Chinese cooks trying not to laugh too hard while serving garbage they were gonna throw out toss out.
Over time, of course, it became formulated into a type of dish,,,
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Of course American Chinese isn't Chinese Food. The founders of Panda Express developed Orange Chicken as a way to cater to the American palate, because it combined sweet and savory tastes. I've eaten authentic chinese food non-americanized, and it's completely different: it's really spicy and they eat several organs that we'd find revolting, since food was a scarcity not too long ago.
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Well that was in reference to Koreans and Mexicans and stuff.

Curry is not used in China at all either,,,
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New York/American style pizza is not Italian pizza either,,,
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Speaking of Curry, I was shocked about the offerings at an Indian Restaurant near my house. They have Curry BEEF, which is illegal in India since its their sacred animal.
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Zebus, also known as Brahman cows, are sacred to Hindus.
Water buffalo are not. So for those who eat meat there, it is legal,,,
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Yes, authentic italian pizza that was invented in Naples is what we call a Margherita Pizza; It's ovaline mozzerela, basil, and roma tomatoes on a flatbread. I've been to Italy on a family vacation: the pace of life is significantly slower, and a typical summer dinner can be up to 10 courses of tiny portions of cold meats, vegetables, and cheeses with wine from the host's cellar, and can take up to 5 hours.
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American Pizza is really foccacia.
Pizza is just Italian for pie, which like ours, is thick. Pizza Rustica to Pizza di Grano are thick.
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Yeah that doesn't make sense, because Souplantation (a salad bar chain in Southern California) serves something called "Quattro Formaggio Focaccia", which is basically strips of cheese and tomato sauce on a flatbread cut into tiny rectangles. And in other restaurants, Foccacia is basically a round loaf of bread with tiny holes in them slathered with olive oil and rosemary.
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Yeah, but the terminology of breads is confusing, so I used chain restaurants as a way to understand it.
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I don't have to.
One of the benefits of being raised in da Bronx amongst real Italians born in Italy,,, Soundview (born), Pelham Gardens (since 1973 and now again), Arthur Ave AKA Belmont (1992 - 2013),,,
I eat the real deal near every day.
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I'm not talking about chains.
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Hahaha Yes. Capitalism is a new concept in China, one example being Macau, which is their version of Las Vegas. And they love KFC way more there than we do here.
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But Macau did get its start as a center of gambling while it was a Portugese colony until 1999.
Like Hong Kong and its finanancial market, once it reverted back to Chinese control, it was allowed to operate as it had been, autonomously. Obviously, since Macau and Hong Kong generate lots of money, China didn't want to fudge with that,,,
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I do know that lol, but how can they love KFC more than us? Oh wait... I forgot mcdonalds
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Funny, I was thinking earlier how I haven't had KFC in a while, and got the craving.

It cracks me up that even countries where the people claim to hate us, they flock to our stuff like it was cotton candy crack,,,
After the 1979 revolution in Iran, they loved Coca Cola so much that the goverment took over factories that made it there, changed the name, and kept making it, haha,,,
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xD
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dvEP6m3AJyU
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