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DrMonkey

Aug 26, 2014 22:01

Around China : DrMonkey commented on news China to Develop Domestic Operating System

No need to crack anything, you have open-source operating systems for that :) MacOS is itself a close derivative of Unix, Android is based on Linux. Full Comment>>

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Aug 26, 2014 12:11

Articles : DrMonkey commented on news Are Foreign Men Good Enough for Chinese Women?

Watching porn with the wife, WHAT ?!! Rather than asking just 3 peoples, they could go on a forum of Chinese living in Europe, with a lot women married with an European http://bbs.xineurope.com/forum.php Full Comment>>

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Aug 20, 2014 14:15

Around China : DrMonkey commented on news Jackie Chan’s Son and Taiwanese Star Kai Ko Arrested for Drug Abuse in Beijing

@leehomjulia It's exactly what he means, and he says it by using the opposite logic and pushing it to the point of ridicule. It's called "sarcasm". http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/sarcasm Full Comment>>

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Aug 20, 2014 11:43

Around China : DrMonkey commented on news Jackie Chan’s Son and Taiwanese Star Kai Ko Arrested for Drug Abuse in Beijing

Cocaine (including crack) and heroin are natural herbal products too :p But yes, marijuana is less addictive than alcohol, and you are less likely to be dangerous under marijuana than alcohol. I think most of the problems created by marijuana is due to it's illegality, it creates a black market, like alcohol under ... Full Comment>>

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Aug 18, 2014 19:38

Around China : DrMonkey commented on news Taking Control: Xi’an Limits Daily Divorces

I imagine a couple in Xian Her: "Gaaahh, I can't take it anymore, we are always mad at each other ! We divorce !" Him: "Huuu, maybe that's the right thing to do" ... go the divorce office ... Her: "Damn, it's closed, the quote is reached, we can't divorce for at least a month" Him "Ayyaaaaaa, what we can do ?" Her: ... Full Comment>>

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Aug 14, 2014 17:55

Around China : DrMonkey commented on news Woman Complains to Authorities after Pesticide Failed to Kill Her

With that reasoning, people with clinical depression should have no sympathy too ? Full Comment>>

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Aug 14, 2014 16:25

Around China : DrMonkey commented on news Woman Complains to Authorities after Pesticide Failed to Kill Her

A pesticide that doesn't kill humans well is not a bad thing, if it kills insects very well. That's usually how pesticide are designed. Full Comment>>

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Aug 06, 2014 17:29

(Beijing) In Pulse : DrMonkey commented on news Local Government to Reduce Traffic for APEC Meeting August 6-21

A problem is only a problem if others see it ? Full Comment>>

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Jul 16, 2014 10:43

Blogs : DrMonkey commented on adb2014 's blog Raising an International Child in China

Very interesting for the parents-wannabe amongst us :) Can you say some words about the schooling, if you have experience about this ? Full Comment>>

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Jul 14, 2014 18:37

Around China : DrMonkey commented on news Foreign Men Draw Criticism from Netizens for Playing with Drunken Chinese Man

Errrr, bunch of twats, thanks to feed the existing xenophobia, it's not like there are foreigners living here, married with kids. Full Comment>>

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Jul 11, 2014 13:20

Around China : DrMonkey commented on news Tesla Caught Up in China Trademark Dispute

I don't get, sorry. Tesla cars are built in California http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tesla_Factory This trademark issue is to *sell* cars, not building them. Full Comment>>

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Jul 11, 2014 10:47

Around China : DrMonkey commented on news Tesla Caught Up in China Trademark Dispute

An informed comment on this trademark dispute right here http://www.chinalawblog.com/2014/07/when-to-register-your-china-trademark-ask-tesla.html The idea is that Chinese law is "first to register the name, wins". Registering a name is quite cheap in China. So if you see some business with potential outside of ... Full Comment>>

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Jul 10, 2014 12:42

Around China : DrMonkey commented on news Metro Groper Loses Job, Kicked Out of the Party

In scandinavian countries, many MP use public transports on a daily basis, not just for the show. I would not call them losers... Full Comment>>

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Jul 10, 2014 12:40

Around China : DrMonkey commented on news Metro Groper Loses Job, Kicked Out of the Party

Groping a woman and then pretending that you did not, it's the right thing ? If you do something wrong, but nobody sees it, it's not wrong ? Something is right if nobody sees it ? Pardon me, I don't quite understand what you say... Full Comment>>

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Jul 03, 2014 19:57

Around China : DrMonkey commented on news Middle Aged Aunties Rehearse ‘Anti-Japanese’ Dance at Raffles City Beijing

Haha, that would be Maginot Day, the day that famous defensive line was finally worth something :) Full Comment>>

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Jul 03, 2014 18:37

Around China : DrMonkey commented on news Middle Aged Aunties Rehearse ‘Anti-Japanese’ Dance at Raffles City Beijing

When you couldn't win by yourself, you make stories where you win, complete with costumes and plastic toys. Ah Qi spirit, 100 years after Lu Xun wrote about it. Full Comment>>

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Jun 26, 2014 19:07

Around China : DrMonkey commented on news Ancient Iron Pipes Discovered in China Make Scientists Question Human History

Ha, the Baigong pipes ! They are very likely to be a natural (albeit rare and surprising) formation http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baigong_Pipes http://www.skepticblog.org/2009/12/03/researching-the-baigong-pipes/ http://skeptoid.com/episodes/4181 150 000 years ago, it was the end of Homo Erectus, and just the ... Full Comment>>

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Jun 16, 2014 11:45

Blogs : DrMonkey commented on hadleyj09 's blog A (RANT-ish) Blog: Teaching in China

About knowing why in English are one way and not the other, and explaining this to non-native speakers with limited exposure English. There's a qualification, named TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages). Schools prepare for this qualification, where you can learn those things and how to explain ... Full Comment>>

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Jun 12, 2014 09:26

Articles : DrMonkey commented on news Searching for a More Peaceful Life: China’s Most Livable “Second-Tier,” Cities

Wuhan, next to Haikou or Sanya ?! Seriously ?! Full Comment>>

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Jun 11, 2014 11:47

Around China : DrMonkey commented on news China Ranks Fourth in the World for Emigration with nearly 10,000,000 a Year

9.3 millions in *ONE* year ?! That's * twice the population of a country like Norway or New-Zealand * half the population of Shanghai. * More than 10% of the population of France or Germany Can we get a source for this number, because that's absolutely huge. Full Comment>>

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Jun 10, 2014 09:45

Articles : DrMonkey commented on news 16 Shocking Facts about Chinese's Economy, Production and Natural Resources

Yeah, that number is a gross extrapolation, of the type "so, N more people died of smocking last year compared to the year before, so in X years, it will N times X death". In a hundred years, billions of people will die of smocking, with a population of 0 :D Full Comment>>

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Jun 10, 2014 09:42

Articles : DrMonkey commented on news 16 Shocking Facts about Chinese's Economy, Production and Natural Resources

Hum... You have to live in China and see for yourself. Things tend to be done in very, very inefficient ways, and very loose rule of the law compound the problem. Size is given as the common reason, but that's a convenient way to look-away. For example, buildings are not insulated *at all* in more than half the ... Full Comment>>

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May 28, 2014 06:28

Around China : DrMonkey commented on news Foreigners Fined for Jaywalking and Cheekiness to Police Officer

Yeah. Nobody ever seen a Chinese breaking a rule. Like, crossing a roadway when the red is light, driving a bike ore bike on the left lane or on the walkway, driving a car on the bike lane... Nobody do that in China, those things are no common at all. Tue bu tue ? Full Comment>>

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May 27, 2014 20:03

Around China : DrMonkey commented on news Foreigner in Qingdao Clearing Litter Earns Praise from Netizens

Errrr... I pick trashes on my way to work, the plastic bags to carry breakfast food. People are too careless to use the numerous garbage cans, so the bags end up in the bushes or the waterways. My trash picking does not seems to inspire a lot. Rather than people learning, I would like to see people acting and talking. Full Comment>>

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May 27, 2014 19:42

Around China : DrMonkey commented on news Foreigners Fined for Jaywalking and Cheekiness to Police Officer

Good job ! I'm sure the police will have the same zeal to stop jaywalking from Chinese citizens. Full Comment>>

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