Nanning wrote:You know why I could not quote your words? Because they were too lengthy to be posted here,sh*t!
Nanning wrote:Your "Liar, liar, pants on fire" thing is quite funny, which I will teach some young people later. But it is so nonsense! I only know that a liar will get a longer nose, am I right?
It's an English expression. Or you can say, "yeah, sure, Pinocchio!" Either way they'll understand you.
Nanning wrote:I will not call you babe, honey, or whatever. How would you like to be addressed? You called me blind somewhere, was it not enough to prove you are evil?
Telling you the truth is evil? Grow up!
Nanning wrote:You can make a difference in history? I wonder how. If you can stop eating for a month, there may be more food left for African children. So go ahead and do not hesitate, this is your way to save the world.
Lame. If you cannot see how you can make a difference, I have no time to tell you. But why don't you try to grow up first before trying to make a difference, as you seriously need some time to grow???
Nanning wrote:Why are there so many Made in China goods around the world?
The reason we're still having this lame back and forth posting because I'm too lame to let a lame person like you go unnoticed. You, on the other hand, can't grow up to see other people' perspectives. Why don't you go back to the previous posts and see the answer why there are many Chinese products out there.
Nanning wrote:When Chinese people are hard working, what are the rest of the world doing?
We do what nature tells us to do after working: eat, rest, spend time with loved ones, go out, and go to sleep!
Why don't you stop worrying about what the rest of the world are doing and starting to worry about what you're doing to the world. Maybe, this way it would wake up some conscience in you, if you have any.
Nanning wrote:Why are there NOT so many Made in XXX goods?
Another lame question.
Nanning wrote:You and other people have benefited from Chinese goods, but you have so much to complain about.
Benefited? Excuse me, I'd rather pay 1 dollar for a cup of coffee without poisonous chemicals than a 10-cent cup of coffee full of lead or whatever. The difference in price is huge, but would you sacrifice your health to save some cents? I don't think so. I don't do quantity over quality, which is what you guys have been doing. And this is why everyone has been suffering with this down economy except you.
Nanning wrote:Your children can drink poison-free milk made outside China or do other things like that, but why choose Chinese goods?
My second-cousins don't drink Chinese milk! My family use electronic products made in Japan and Taiwan. We used to eat Chinese junk foods, but we have stopped and switched it to Korean's since our neighborhood started to become a Korean town.
Nanning wrote:It is normal for people to have differing views. I do not agree with you but I will denfese to my death your right to speak. China is a tolerant country. Why can't you open your eyes and ears wider?
Do you know what contradiction and hypocrisy mean? It means "I will defense to my death your right to speak" and "China is a tolerant country." How can China be tolerant when you're not being one?
Nanning wrote:If you like a person or a country, there are always a lot of reasons, and if you don't, there are the same amount of reasons, too.
Check against your family members or your countries, both MissLT and Hardi.