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Forums > Living in Kunming > Blocks on Wikipedia - a good thing?

Sigh. Here are some questions for you:

Do you frequent a website where the content is overwhelmingly concerned with UFO's, aliens, wild conspiracy, sickening lies about recent tragedies, dangerous falsehoods, and an almost perverse obsession with Obama?

Yes. Yes, you do.

Do you openly promote that website, and suggest that with use of it 'the truth can set you free' (your words)

Yes. Yes, you do

Do you expect anyone with even a scintilla of intellect to ever regard that backward website as worthy of reading?

Yes, you clearly do.

And finally, do you believe in UFO's?

I'm going to guess yes on this one, i think you probably do.

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Forums > Living in Kunming > Blocks on Wikipedia - a good thing?

What you're doing now, is delving into semantics because you've been exposed as a man who sees a website as a... let's call it a 'place' rather than a source, in order to avoid getting further bogged down in pedantry... a place where we can be set free by truth, when in actual fact it's a place full choc full of tin-hat wearing nut-jobs who believe that Obama is a secret Jihadist, and that the recent plane shot down in Ukraine was actually already full of corpses. (both these stories are currently on the website).

Turning to the triviality and semantics of words used in an argument is a classic technique of the man who hasn't anything else left to say, but won't walk away.

Whether you believe the word source to mean what i think it means is irrelevant here. You still see that incredibly silly website as a place that we can visit to find truth and you constantly post the address here and recommend we read it. I did. And it's absolutely ridiculous. That was my original point.

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Forums > Living in Kunming > Blocks on Wikipedia - a good thing?

The word 'source' is rarely used as a singular noun because its meaning is so expansive. Basically a source is a place, person, or thing from which something comes or can be obtained.

So it these terms it certainly is a source. You get 'news' about UFO's and Michelle Obama secretly being a man, and this is the source from which you get it.

You say that disclose.tv is not a source, but go on to say that news media is a source. But by their own definition, disclose.tv is itself a source of news. It defines itself as a

'news hub dedicated to unusual and unexplained phenomena as well as alternative topics that may be ignored, denied or inandequatly covered within the mainstream media'

They have their own writers and they publish their own stories along with other crazies who are encouraged to post their own texts and videos, on subjects usually about UFO's.

Basically disclosetv sees itself as giving us the news that mainstream media dare not.

And no, that wasn't me who misspelt inadequately, they actually spelled it inandequatly on their website, which basically tells you a lot about them.

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Regardless of the size of the chemical dose, just look at the picture! A brick factory which looks absolutely filthy; baskets of mixian half spilling onto the floor, and a few dudes with no protective clothing on, hard at work, shedding blood, sweat and tears... all of which are likely to end up in the mixian.

The question is: how many restaurants buy from dumps like this? My guess is a lot, because it will be way cheaper than other places that refuse to cut corners to save a few kuai (of those, I doubt there's many)

That's the bottom line.

It's not far-fetched to imagine that those who eat mixian regularly, may, at some point in time, have been eating mixian made in a place like the one above, which was then cooked in gutter oil, with fake meat, or pork passed off as beef, along with vegetables that were pumped full of antibiotics and raised on water so polluted it's unfit for agricultural usage.

Now who's hungry?

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Yep, 15 Yuan is much more reasonable. It's nice to see that you value your customers, Barbara, and as i said in my original review, Slice of Heaven is a great place. The Friday pizza deal is a genuine bargain, and it's a cool little place to hang out for drinks too.