Now that's some confirmation bias. There's lots of things I like and even love about America and Americans, but some things suck over there, too. Sorry, you're a big country with a big cultural presence all over the world; you're going to get criticized.
And if you honestly think American wonder bread or American cheese-like product is "good" compared to actual bread or actual cheese, your taste buds are just plain broken. They may be handy or useful or cheap or a whole host of other stuff, but they aren't good.
I like coca cola. I like jeans. I like southern barbecue. I like tex mex. I love Disney movies. Ford makes some great cars (and some not so great ones). Americans, on a whole, tend to be more slef-reliant, but also more warm and welcoming, than northern Europeans. While it certainly has its problems, overall, I'm a fan of Hollywood. There's a lot more great American rap music than European. I love jazz. Americana music is a bit of a guilty pleasure of mine. Some of my favorite people are American.
And I assure you, there's plenty of stuff I truly and deeply hate about Belgium, too. You won't find me discussing those all that often on this board, because, well, there's a grand total of two Belgians on here, and one of them is mostly a lurker - and I doubt any of you can really hold an intelligent discussion on local party and identity politics as it concerns the Brussels language issue, or the closed deportation center soap we're seeing these days. Feel free to read up on those and have a conversation with me, though!
Now stop bitching because your fee-fees are hurt because someone said something that isn't very nice about a group you identify with.
It makes some of the best French toast, too.
EDIT: Oh, looks like @DarkAudit was already on that.
Sorry, man. I grew up in a Jewish neighborhood. I’ve probably been eating challah since before you were born.
Man...so in the constant Retrekkering I've been doing, I just read about why the reason it went from Romulan Birds of Prey with cloaking devices in the TOS to Klingon Birds of Prey with cloaking devices in the movies is because...it was supposed to be a Romulan ship, but Leonard Nimoy changed his mind well into art production and decided the newly redesigned klingons from the Motion Picture looked more cinematic.
A single decision by Leonard Nimoy recontextualized klingons forever.