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Q: Now we control ktv, lets get the alcohol, is that going to work?

https://www.aljazeera.com/economy/2021/8/11/chinas-anti-corruption-watchdog-says-to-cut-back-business-drinks

 

Now i have to sell my mt tai stock, this is getting ridiculous. Replace alcohol with correct values, wth does that even mean?

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Maotai stock in China was almost like APPL in USA, butT ... now, correctness apply and no more Apple, I mean no-more-baiju ... 

 

I was always (heart not really always ...) against the booze favoriting weed, instead ...  with "Free the Human" colored t-shirt ...

 

Al-cha-sera is "Allan's-Snack-Bar's" newspaper. Muslins don't drink booze 'cause of the almighty ... in da sky.

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New type of TV in China ... 

 

China Decrees No 'Sissy Men' Allowed On TVteaser image

Broadcasters must “resolutely put an end to sissy men and other abnormal esthetics...”

SAT SEP 4, AT 4:00 AM

 

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