From the New York Times, March 10, 2007, from an article about the intransigent problem of communities in dire poverty across Britain and the problems caused by adolescents there:

In February, Britain scored second from the bottom in a Unicef report that used 40 indicators, like relative poverty, health and family relationships, to measure children’s well-being in 21 industrialized countries…

Wow! That’s pretty hard.


…Only the United States scored lower.

Yeah! Woo woo! Let’s kick some raghead butt! U*S*A!

Or something like that.

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