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Archive for January 28th, 2012

Funny Prank Call on a Chinaman

Posted by w_thames_the_d on January 28, 2012


http://m.youtube.com/#/watch?v=BYqr3aM-oxc

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American Sunset

Posted by w_thames_the_d on January 28, 2012


This was obviously not taken in the big stinky- China

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Poisonous Plums Pulled from Shelves in China

Posted by w_thames_the_d on January 28, 2012


The big stinky, China, has added yet another ‘death dish’ to its formiddable arsenal- they’ve poisoned the poor plum.
yeah , the chinese are yanking plums off the shelves for they have too much sulfur dioxide in them. I m really not sure how bad sulfur plums are, but I d rather not find out. As for me i will remain housebound , wrapped in cloth from head to toe like the boy in a bubble , al la travolta, and hope my lungs dont rot from within…..

Story here
Three brands of dried plums have been ordered to be removed from supermarket shelves in Beijing for containing excessive amounts of preservatives, according to a Beijing Evening News report.

The plums were found to contain excessive amounts of sulfur dioxide, which is often used to help preserve the color and flavor of the fruit during the drying process and extend their shelf life, the newspaper Wednesday cited the local administration for industry and commerce as saying.
http://www.wantchinatimes.com/news-subclass-cnt.aspx?id=20120127000039&cid=1103

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Poisonous Plums Pulled from Shelves in China

Posted by w_thames_the_d on January 28, 2012


The big stinky, China, has added yet another ‘death dish’ to its formiddable arsenal- they’ve poisoned the poor plum.
yeah , the chinese are yanking plums off the shelves for they have too much sulfur dioxide in them. I m really not sure how bad sulfur plums are, but I d rather not find out. As for me i will remain housebound , wrapped in cloth from head to toe like the boy in a bubble , al la travolta, and hope my lungs dont rot from within…..

Story here
Three brands of dried plums have been ordered to be removed from supermarket shelves in Beijing for containing excessive amounts of preservatives, according to a Beijing Evening News report.

The plums were found to contain excessive amounts of sulfur dioxide, which is often used to help preserve the color and flavor of the fruit during the drying process and extend their shelf life, the newspaper Wednesday cited the local administration for industry and commerce as saying.
http://www.wantchinatimes.com/news-subclass-cnt.aspx?id=20120127000039&cid=1103

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“King Sighting in China”- The King shall Return

Posted by w_thames_the_d on January 28, 2012


Good news fellow ‘haters’ or people who see the big stinky for what it is.
I got a mail from the King aka Gowron.
He’s good and safe but has no access to my site. He has been on other forums so I will see if I can dig him up.

Here is a snippet of his mail to me
ps. he is refercing the death toll he’s taking on China and her govermnet.
From the King
“And holy fuck death death and more death, for instance 28,000 of AIDS. very colourful statistics for my report. (I’m going to update it). oh well. As long as this government keeps on fucking around.

Also I’m quite pleased with those two civilized countries Norway and Iceland telling that fat Chi-com businessman to fuck himself.
And there seems to be a bank robber serial killer running amuck. It’s like this country is a comic book, or a cartoon, like it’s soooo unreal here. Don’t get me started on this fag named Lu who keeps on fucking around with my boss’s business. …”

The King shall Return…

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Monkeys on a Step?

Posted by w_thames_the_d on January 28, 2012


I love this pic, it epitomizes China. They have a so many people that they just line them up, stuff rags in their grimy paws and say clean. Then the lazy butts all sit down and look busy….

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