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ubm112211
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Re: how did that happen?
ubm112211   11/22/2013 12:41:42 AM
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don't get sentimental , pal

I prefer UAE , real free medcare , welfare.

US is like shit comparing with UAE.

st.z
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st.z   11/21/2013 7:40:06 PM
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Move your ass to china then, for the sake of your kid. Your kids can enjoy all sorts of poison there with no restriction from the government. But I think your ass is smarter than your brain, that's why your ass is no where near china.

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ubm112211   11/21/2013 7:19:47 PM
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china have strict gun control. that's what americans will never have.

what ll happen in US is , someone shoot in your school, you can... protest ...

cry... or dead , a couple of month later repeat again.

 

enjoy it.

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Re: how did that happen?
st.z   11/21/2013 1:15:15 AM
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@ubm112211

Nazi Germany handled "things" far better and efficient than all the commie combined. Not to mention that keep a certain group of people in camps work for free till death. Why don't you suggest everyone in the world to "trust" that kind of "wisdom"? On the other hand, since you believe in chinese style, why don't you just move there, instead of living in this "dysfunctioning" democracy?

By the way, the best cost effective way to "handle" your grades in school is actually not studying hard, but copy all the answeres from those who study hard in the exam, and not getting caught. However such strategy fails when everyone does the same thing copying others answer. Suppose American copies chinese political system, does chinese provide something that we american can "copy", for example quantum computer? Just go back where you from, comrade.

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Re: how did that happen?
ubm112211   11/20/2013 7:42:43 PM
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just admit it, US 'democracy' isn't the only political system works.

the chinese system has many merits as long as it's blessed with a decent top leader.

the chinese system can handle high speed rail, urban development etc. far more efficiently than US system.

don't trust your own wisdom of 'democracy' is the only best way to handle things.

 

 

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Re: how did that happen?
ubm112211   11/20/2013 7:11:19 PM
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test

st.z
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Re: how did that happen?
st.z   11/19/2013 8:41:17 PM
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Well, if an article from WSJ reappeared itself in the official chinese media is not convincing and hallucination for you, then so be it. There's nothing more to argue with you, my chinese comrade. Good luck on making next big thing, a quantum computer I guess?

 

Here is the link for its originial english version

http://online.wsj.com/news/articles/SB10001424052702303812904577298062429510918

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Roswell   11/19/2013 6:21:57 PM
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The article you referred was orginally published by the Wall Street Journal Chinese version. Here is the orginal link.

http://www.cn.wsj.com/gb/20120326/tec122907.asp

It is not written by Chinese government media. Please find something convincing instead of hallucination. Thanks.

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Caleb Kraft   11/19/2013 4:14:21 PM
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care to enlighten us?

st.z
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st.z   11/19/2013 4:06:17 PM
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It would be even more incredible if you know what's actually going on there.

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