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Q: Depths of stupidity. How deep does the rabbit hole go?

3 things.

A couple of weeks ago I had a long time friend (Chinese ) visit my city, oops, can't say my city I'm a foreigner. She is not the typical 'you are my foreign friend' nutjob. She sees people as people. We met at a coffee shop and immediately when we see other a big hug and the entire coffee shop goes quiet then gasps before some idiots start reaching for their cameras. Ok, let's go . WTF is wrong with these people?

 

a few days ago , maybe a week now, I was at the bus stop and it was raining. I was standing under the bus shelter with my shoulder against the back wall like structure. Some asshole gets out of the taxi , walks past the open area (that can be used to walk from the street to the sidewalk) and tries to squeeze in between me and shelter wall (impossible without me moving out into the rain). I immediately let off a couple of f bombs and start cursing the fucker. So he walks back to and through the opening he originally passed . Does this asshole think he is so smart that he's gonna 'trick ' me into getting wet? Or is he just soooo fucking , unbelievably dumb. 

 

 

Next, (bright spot) saw this today, those of you who can read Chinese, let us in on the comments.

 

 

https://m.weibo.cn/status/4110169367046802?sourceType=weixin&from=107109...

3 years 40 weeks ago in  Teaching & Learning - China

 
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If a local bails up at people invading their space .
But if we do it we are the rude ones.

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The smell of freedom at the airport?? Did she somehow avoid the TSA & CBP??

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And... after a copy & paste into baidu translate - the comments seem to be what you'd expect from the wumao nationalists...

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