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An American in China

Chinese Rails, Tibet and Brewskie

Posted by w_thames_the_d on May 28, 2012


Here is a gem from the Brew Man

Bhawahahah! China tries the “bread & butter” move from the CCP playbook called propaganda (isn’t that more like the “moldy bread & sour butter” play?) Having made a buffoon of herself by building a high-speed rail network assembled from Tinker Toys – and yes, what’s are effectively fat, overweight speeding missiles pulling carriages of people are suppose to ride on them – China tries to make good by rebuilding busted rail bridges in NE China.

http://english.cri.cn/6909/2011/11/13/189s667017.htm

Well if China fools you twice, shame on you. What they teach in you in the working world is do the job right, the first time, or don’t do it at all: would you trust an open heart surgeon who had to call back 70% of his patients for do-overs, because he botched the 1st tries? Insurance companies sure the hell wouldn’t And if we had any architectural firm in the US that built apartment buildings the way China does, you know the lawsuit locusts and army ant regulators would swarm on them like “Moses magic” and eat that firm alive!

If you habitually fuck up the 1st time, odds are, you aren’t competent for seconds either: that was evidenced by a post I mentioned earlier on this blog, where the section of a road in Tibet collapsed TWICE in one year!!!

https://wtdevflnt.wordpress.com/2012/04/25/china-tibet-highway-collapses-two-times-in-over-one-year/

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