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What are your thoughts on making Puerto Rico the US' 51st state?

Good question, because they’re going to vote on it in a few days. If they vote yes, and there’s a good chance they will according to pollsters, then Puerto Rico will probably make a formal application to become the 51st state in the near future.My thoughts are that they are already U.S. citizens, able to come and go freely to the mainland, and if they want to become a state, then I think they should be allowed to do so.Their accession would affect the political makeup of Congress, adding Senators and Representatives who would no doubt be Democrats, but I could not, from a moral standpoint, oppose the accession of Puerto Rico as the 51st state based on political considerations. If they ask to join and are refused, then they should immediately be offered independence as an alternative.I don’t believe this would happen, though. Several Republicans are on record that they would not oppose admission. None of the Democrats would. And I can’t see any reason why Donald Trump would veto a bill of that nature.Bring them on board…

Was the American response to Japan for the Pearl Harbor attack an overreaction? Did Japan's actions become more unforgivable because America was big and Japan was small?

Warning: Graphic pictures ahead!Arrogance? Unwarranted? Overreaction?EDIT: I can see you have now removed the word ‘arrogance’ from your question. Its still applicable to my answer as it displays your mindset at the time you posed the question.I assume by 'overreaction' you mean the war? Maybe even the attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki? Its interesting how history slowly gets rewritten in order to serve new agendas. Seems the general consensus around the world now is that the 'only' thing the Japanese did was a ‘li’l-ol-sneak-attack.’ Let’s just forget the many millions of Chinese, Korean, Phillipino and Asian-Pacific Islanders they enslaved, killed, raped or forced into prostitution. Let’s forget the Americans at Bataan, and the slash, burn and murder run across huge sections of China that killed 4 to 25 million Chinese people. We will never know how many because the Japanese buried their bodies by the thousands in mass, unmarked graves. Here's a picture from one of their mass executions of Chinese civilians:And we're not talking about Chinese soldiers. We're speaking of simple farmers, laborers and peasants. They weren't even human to the Japanese. The 'small' country of Japan was the hub of the Japanese empire, and actually controlled more territory than the Germans for years before the Allies could slowly take control of large portions of the Asian-Pacific rim.I met an old lady on Guam who was roughly 7 years old when the Japanese marched her whole family up near a trench, then shot, bayonneted and stabbed them to death, along with every adult in her village. She watched a Japanese soldier run a bayonet through her mom's chest, then place his foot against her rib cage so he could pull the bayonet back out of her body. Here's a picture of Japanese soldiers bayonetting and clubbing defenseless Chinese civilians:This is what happened on Guam. The reason? The Japanese soldiers had no use for them, and didn't want to feed them. Like the Germans, the Japanese believed themselves a superior race. Fortunately, the girl was quick-witted enough to play dead so that she could later sneak away before the trench was covered with dirt. She spent the next few nights hiding in the bushes, covered in her mother's and brother's blood. Do you want to guess what her stance on the issue was?Ever heard of the Chinese city of Nanking? I guess not. Let me ask you this: Knowing how the Japanese treated the Chinese and their war prisoners, do you believe they would not have used the bomb if they had it first?But hey, I'm not going to pinch your cheeks and give you a history lesson regarding the many war crimes committed by the Japanese. By the way you phrased your question, it's obvious that your anger toward the US urges you to re-write and smooth-over history in order to further your own agenda.But I will simplify the subject for you: If you're walking down the street and you see a really big guy walking the other way, and you run up and punch him without notice or warning, expect an ass-whooping, not a moderate, measured response.

I was born in Illinois in 1980. Everyone born here has a 338 as the beginning of their social security number. Mine starts with a 5. Why might that be?

Prior to late in 2011, the Social Security Administration assigned SSNs to applicants based on the applicant’s geographic locality at the time of application. The first three digits of the SSN, the Area Number, were allocated geographically, with each regional SSA office having one (or in some cases more than one) Area Number allocated to it.Prior to 1972, the Area Number was determined by the actual SSA office with which any particular application was filed. That office would also be the office where your permanent Social Security file would be kept for its entire life, even if you moved elsewhere in the US afterwards. (The second part of the SSN, the two digit Group Number, literally indicated which group of filing cabinets your permanent file would have been stored in.)In 1972, the SSA moved all of its issuance and filing operations to Baltimore; from 1972 to 2011, the Area Number of a newly-issued SSN would instead be determined by the ZIP code of the applicant’s mailing address, using a SSA table that mapped ZIP codes to the service areas of the offices that then existed.Because your SSN was applied for after 1972 but before 2011, the reason your SSN begins with a 5 is because the mailing address your parents used when they applied for your number was in Missouri (500), North Dakota (501-502), South Dakota (503-504), Nebraska (505-508), Kansas (509-515), Montana (516-517), Idaho (518-519), Wyoming (520), Colorado (521-524), New Mexico (525), Arizona (526-527), Utah (528-529), Nevada (530), Washington (531-539), Oregon (540-544), California (545-573), Alaska (574), Hawaii (575-576), Washington DC (577-579), the Virgin Islands (580), Puerto Rico (580-584), New Mexico (585), Guam, American Samoa, or the Philippines (586), Mississippi (587-588), or Florida (589-595). Illinois is 318 through 361.The SSA adopted “randomization” in 2011; since the adoption of randomization, all new SSNs are allocated from the whole nationwide pool of unused numbers, and anybody anywhere can be issued any SSN with any Area Number without any regard to geographic locality.

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