Political paranoia, Hong Kong style March 19, 2010 ~ Andrew Norton Hong Kong, 18 March 2010 Why is that political nutters around the world love underlining? Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related Published by Andrew Norton View all posts by Andrew Norton
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You want them to italicise instead?
OR USE CAPITALS, WHICH SEEMS WELL CORRELATED WITH HOW EXTREME YOUR RELIGIOUS VIEWS ARE.
Another fun thing about that poster is the English translation — the term wireless-mind-control-weapon, which is used without an article, seems to be a compound that would no doubt sound great in Chinese, but is probably not the first description English speakers would use. There are lots of these translations in China, and it is surprising how quickly you habituate to them (add-value-machine is another good one). No doubt Germans would think it’s just fine.
GO THE GERMANS!
You know I’m yet to hear a joke about the Fatherland or the Deutchlanders that wasn’t funny.
It’s a hyperlink. You click click through using wireless mind control.
V. good David! 🙂
All fun and games until someone dropes a nuke!
Na seriously, these guys will be a hyper power is not too distant future….it’s a worry.
Probing The Truth – ok bend over