ffs Romber were at least effing awesome
Justin: "It's so cliché to say it was everything and more, but it really was. Traveling is more than just seen landmarks and monuments—you should want to experience the culture and understand how other people live. It makes you really appreciate how lucky and fortunate we are to have been born in America.Disrespecting non-Americans much?
He also forgot that there is also TAR international versions. Canada, Latin America, Australia, and Asia.
WHAT DOES TAR INTERNATIONAL HAVE TO DO WITH THIS LOL
It makes you really appreciate how lucky and fortunate we are to have been born in America.
Justin said this. Apparently he doesn't think that racers of TAR international versions are lucky and fortunate to be in TAR.
lol He meant that he is lucky and fortunate to be born in America because he has a good life, have not suffer from poverty, poor, war...
Because there is no poverty in the US and it never gets involved in wars? Don't get me wrong, I'm one of the very few people here who actually likes the green team (I know, I know, very unpopular opinion), but as a non-American from a country visited this season, that comment didn't strike me the right way. Not because there are international editions of the race, obviously, but because in every country you'll find people with good lives and some people living some not so great lives, maybe in different scales, but just being born in the US doesn't automatically makes your life better than anyone else's.
But anyway, I was not super offended by that comment or anything, I frowned a bit when I read it, then I kept reading and by the time the interview was over I wasn't even thinking about it anymore, I'm just explaining why IMO it can be seen as disrespectful.