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watch megamind online posted: Fri, Oct 22, 2010 (9:59 AM)
Thanks for sharing this link, but argg it seems to be offline... Does anybody have a mirror or another source? Please reply to my message if you do!I would appreciate if someone here at could post it.Thanks,Peter
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Paty posted: Wed, Nov 20, 2013 (5:47 AM)
Funny that Americans can get upset about a tv ad for KFC airing in Australia in which a white Aussie pasess around some fried chicken to some West Indian cricket fans, whereas in Australia the outrage from something like this would be enormous.It goes to show that historical context really does matter.If a Chinese offical saw it I think the thing they'd be most offended by is the suggestion that their people are starving. They take their responsibilities to feed a big chunk of the world's population pretty seriously, looking for ways to manage the risk of spikes in the price of food staples (like the one we are seeing now) by buying farms overseas, among other things. It's not that they are looking to deprive host nations of the food grown on these farms but rather they want an investment that pays off at times when their own budget is going to come under pressure, given the need to subsidise the cost of food to the masses when prices spike. When the average National Party voter sees them doing that they scream about sovereignty and that the FIRB members should all be sacked. This despite the fact that they are the direct beneficiaries of the buying because their property prices are supported. Yep context matters.PS I thought it was pretty funny.
Bobs posted: Mon, Dec 05, 2016 (11:19 PM)
It's like you're on a mioissn to save me time and money!
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