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(London Times)   Hong Kong schoolchildren demand ransoms for kidnapped classmates   ( divider line
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1619 clicks; posted to Main » on 18 Jul 2001 at 1:22 AM (16 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2001-07-18 01:49:08 AM  
ve vant da vemen!
2001-07-18 02:07:35 AM  
I say let them keep the kids. If they kill them, there's a population problem solution right there!
2001-07-18 03:39:14 PM are growing up so fast these days...

2001-07-18 04:47:04 PM  
give me weed or the kids get whacked, aight?
2001-07-18 05:03:57 PM  
Okay, I have to:

"All your kiddie mafia are belong to us..!!"


Did this fall out of favor? I hadn't seen it in a while. This story seemed to beg for it.
2001-07-18 10:04:13 PM  
This is actually a great idea if you think about it. Need a some money for that new PSII game? "Hey, Sung I need some cash to snag that copy of 'Master Steel Death Ninja-Cat Rocket Zero' how about I kidnap you this week? You can kidnap me next week - OK?"
2001-07-19 04:05:40 AM  
Why is this labelled "STRANGE"? Don't ALL kidnappers demand a ransom? These are just sensible young businessmen.
2001-07-19 05:57:22 AM  
Another example of a counry going communist. People don't have any money to buy weed anymore. It's a cruel world.
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