International Guidelines For Problem Solving

Featured below is a useful guide that will show how different countries approach and solve problems. Created by Jérôme Vadon who apparently loves when people fight with each other in comments about who lives in the best country.

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Problem solving.

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Problem solving.

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  1. Leon December 27, 2019

    Thanks from Germany! (excluding airports)

  2. Anonymous December 27, 2019

    From what I know of France,it’s cartoon was accurate.Supports the argument DeGaulle had to be tolerated as a little tin plated dictator with delusions of god-hood because France would have torn it’self apart after liberation otherwise.

  3. Kym December 28, 2019

    Not feeling great so I’ll have a BBQ… should have included lots of beer too!! 🤣

  4. Anonymous December 28, 2019

    I don’t get the American one??

  5. Anonymous December 29, 2019

    It’s a drone,thus the solution is a drone strike.

  6. Bert December 29, 2019

    TO … I don’t get the American one??
    —->BOMBING !!!

  7. Anonymous December 29, 2019

    Guinness is no longer Irish. Diageo bought them out.Its now a food product with 17 ingredients and only useful for severe constipation

  8. Patrick xxv December 29, 2019

    Guinness is no longer Irish. Diageo bought them out.Its now a food product with 17 ingredients and only useful for severe constipation

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