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(South China Morning Post)   I dare you 200,000 yuan to swim in polluted river, entrepeneur tells Chinese environment chief   (scmp.com) divider line 6
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2013-02-19 12:45:41 PM  
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This being Fark, I'm surprised that nobody else thought of this Naked Gun reference

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2013-02-19 10:34:04 AM  
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Weaver95: one of the reasons (other than tax breaks and lower manufacturing costs) that prompted so many companies to move their manufacturing plants to china was due to the non-existence of any chinese environmental protection laws.  you can pretty much dump whatever you want straight into the ground water over there, no problem.  I think the only restriction is that it cant actually be on fire at the time you dump it.  other than that, pump whatever poison you want into the local water supply and have at it.


A Conservatives wet dream found only in China.

Oh the irony...
2013-02-19 10:29:45 AM  
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DoBeDoBeDo: Damn you would think that would put a HUGE dent in the population of Mexico, or at least in the number of gardeners in SoCal.


Well... it takes Juan to know yuan.
2013-02-19 10:21:00 AM  
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Nobody could swim in that, but walking on it should be a snap.
2013-02-19 10:00:56 AM  
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I ain't falling for that one, I just saw the Korean film "The Host" so I know what a squid-like super mutant critter that's hopped up on formaldehyde can do to a person.
2013-02-19 08:24:13 AM  
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Set the Wayback Machine to 1979 and you're on:

www.epa.gov
 
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