|10-23-2003 07:00 PM|
Oh so young and so much to learn. Pay attention in your history and economic classes. As Paul Harvey says - and here's the rest of the story...
Never underestimate anyone's worth or potential
|10-23-2003 06:21 PM|
After we defeated the Japanese, we disarmed Japan and to this day they have relatively no militaristic power to speak of. In turn, we began pouring millions of dollars into Japan's economy to rebuild it.
What we now have is a country who's manufacturing facilities and economy are built for the export of goods, thus annexing much funds which would normally be needed for defense purposes.
Japan as well as the rest of the world knows that if anyone were to assault them, we would act in their defense because we would protect our investment and dirt cheap imports.
Now, the resulting concoction is some-what of a payback type relationship.
...but, I may be wrong.
|10-23-2003 06:13 PM|
|crazy larry||kids these days........|
|10-23-2003 02:22 PM|
|comet boy||Ya well their my class mates. I am in the high school lab|
|10-23-2003 12:21 PM|
|Madd Syntst||It's a young thing. I wouldn't understand!|
|10-23-2003 12:10 PM|
|4 Jaw Chuck||
The standard answer to your question is...
The next generation.
|10-23-2003 11:40 AM|
The kid sitting next to me is looking at japannamation the kids in front of me are looking at ricers what is wrong with this world.