To the question if I favor plastic surgery, I'm not sharing the belief that all our dating woes come from bad looks. That's Advanced and Mesian (a.k.a. "Picky picky"). However, if someone has a strong notion that his individual obstacle is looks-related, then yes, I would say it's for him to at least look into such an option, although I would not encourage him to jump into it without being 100% sure that this is The root of his trouble.
As for fschmidt's comparison of contemporary America with pre-war Germany, it's one of the favorit psychological tricks of those who advocate for mass emigration American Jews to Israel. Obviously, their agenda has nothing to do with fschmidt's one, but it's amazing how they both rely on this unfounded parallel. (Don't get me wrong. Israel needs people, and those who move there do a nice thing; but that should not be imposed on the Diaspora communities because they need people as well, especially if there's no imminent physical danger). The comparison itself, however, has no historic basis. First, the claim that Germany was tolerant is far-fetched. It might be relatively tolerant in late 19th to earlier 20th century, but it has its share of anti-Semitism during the Middle Ages. Regarding the America of the times where Jews first settled here, the historic reality dictates that it wasn't as rosy as you would like to believe. Sabbath observance required the tremendous heroism on behalf of those who were willing to lose job after job because of not reporting to work on Saturday. At the previous turn of century, the town of Lakewood NJ [now heavily populated with the community of Torah learners] used to have a sign "No Jews; No Dogs". The reason for this, I believe, was that the American of those years consisted of the White European majority (which still had the sentiments of prejudice brought from their old countries) and the Black minority. Just as the discrimination against Blacks was legal and rampant, there was nothing illegal about discrimination against Jews as well. And the reason why so many Jewish immigrants came in during those years is only because the grim reality American life was still better than the risk of physical persecution in Europe. The major difference in today's American society is that it has become too heterogenerous to allow one ethnic or religous group to discriminate against any other. Such discrimination has also become illegal. So, why America is, unfortunately, not fully immune from hate crimes, mass violence, and even police inaction, it is still pretty much immune from officially mandating a genocide in a manner that was done in Germany by the Nazis. This, plus the overall unwillingness to change the existing pattern, makes such a turn of event extremely unlikely, especially with current demographics.
As for your statements that most Americans are evil, it's too irratitonal to be taken seriously. You're bitter, and that's the whole point. Same holds true for Winston Wu and his followers.