Oh China... - Page 3




 
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Boots
 
March 31st, 2006  
bulldogg
 
 
Hey smartass, buy a ticket and bring your fourth point into my AO before you begin spouting a load of manure about something you know SFA about.
March 31st, 2006  
USAFAUX2004
 
 
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Originally Posted by bulldogg
Hey smartass, buy a ticket and bring your fourth point into my AO before you begin spouting a load of manure about something you know SFA about.
well then obviously you have no idea of what communism is, because if it actually existed, then everyone would want to be like that nation with the ECONOMIC system of communism
March 31st, 2006  
bulldogg
 
 
Who do you think you are talkin to kid?

Next thing I expect to see you doing is lecturing PJ24 on combat.

I was dealing with communists and capitalists and socialists before you were a twitch in your dad's *******.

I live here and work here and deal with businesses in and outside China and with the government and bureaucracy of this and other countries and I would daresay I know just a touch more than your young butt.

This thread is dealing with the ruling party of this country and its treatment of dissidents. It is not talking about economic policies and the exigencies thereof.
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Boots
March 31st, 2006  
USAFAUX2004
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by bulldogg
Who do you think you are talkin to kid?

Next thing I expect to see you doing is lecturing PJ24 on combat.

I was dealing with communists and capitalists and socialists before you were a twitch in your dad's *******.

I live here and work here and deal with businesses in and outside China and with the government and bureaucracy of this and other countries and I would daresay I know just a touch more than your young butt.

This thread is dealing with the fuling party of this country and its treatment of dissidents. It is not talking about economic policies and the exigencies thereof.
And what does my age have to do with knowing what a "communist" government (which is an oxymoron) is?
March 31st, 2006  
bulldogg
 
 
Are you really stupid or are you just trying to piss me off?
March 31st, 2006  
USAFAUX2004
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by bulldogg
Are you really stupid or are you just trying to piss me off?
I don't know, maybe we are talking about 2 separate things?
March 31st, 2006  
ASTRALdragon
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by bulldogg
What makes you think they aren't?
I seriously hope they are... I have this inkling that they are but there are no news articles or anything about it to confirm it for me. Oh wait a minute... I'm talking about the US; they created secrecy. Man, I just want one itty bitty piece of confirmation that the US has such a project going on. I just want to know my beloved country is socking it to those lousy commies.
March 31st, 2006  
Marinerhodes
 
 

Topic: USAFAUX2004 a few tips. . .


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Originally Posted by USAFAUX2004
I don't know, maybe we are talking about 2 separate things?
I truly hope so. You may be thinking of the ideal while bulldogg is thinking of the reality. Maybe I am totally off too and you may actually be talking about the exact same thing.

On another note. . . .

Here are some tips when debating or arguing:
  1. Do not take offense when your age is called into question. It only makes you look young and petulant, or old and stubborn.
  2. Don't try to out talk the expert. (if it is a self proclaimed expert with no credentials to back it up then see number 3 - bulldogg has excellent credentials). In the Marine Corps that is what we call "sniping the instructor". One person thinks they know more than the instructor and they try to correct the instructor and make themselves look like an ass.
  3. Don't automatically assume someone is wrong because it disagress with your point of view or the knowledge you currently hold in your head. (I can take my own advice there)
bulldogg has been dealing with the various governments (like he has stated) for a number of years. I am sure he has more real experience than the online/book or real experience that you may have.
April 1st, 2006  
bulldogg
 
 
Translated from the official Chinese language dictionary in use by students at Beijing Normal University (their Harvard) I give you the following definition...
Quote:
"Censorship: policies which help the development of society.
eg: The practice of censorship helps maintain a stable and orderly society."
Are we tracking?
April 1st, 2006  
ASTRALdragon
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by bulldogg
Translated from the official Chinese language dictionary in use by students at Beijing Normal University (their Harvard) I give you the following definition...

"Censorship: policies which help the development of society.
eg: The practice of censorship helps maintain a stable and orderly society."

Are we tracking?
Hahaha... oh man, that's not even putting a term in political correctness (eg. homemaker = household engineer, janitor = custodian, barber = stylist, etc.). That's just changing the complete definition of the word... I can't believe I actually did a student exchange program to Beijing Univ... I was surrounded by students who were supposed to be the best, but were blinding themselves. I would hope that a school of their stature would house students that would develop thought (whether revolutionary or counter-revolutionary), but i guess I was wrong... Ahhh what a world we live in...