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(HyperVocal)   "What the deal with China's public works department?" -J. Seinfeld   ( hypervocal.com) divider line
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2012-12-29 06:21:44 AM  
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viscountalpha: libranoelrose: fusillade762: SuperDuper28: Who would have though lenient regulations and the pursuit of building things as cheap as possible would lead to such things?

This is the GOP's vision for America.

Sadly true.

Some GOP's believe that but those are the moronic dumbshiats that don't deserve to breathe.Some Dems are just as bad in some regards.

Ya know what? fark them all.

Sure. We all know both sides are bad so kindly ignore that Republicans' wet dreams are exactly this kind of deregulation and vote Republican anyway.
2012-12-28 08:22:28 PM  
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"...and who ARE these people!?!"
2012-12-28 05:16:42 PM  
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They're innovative, that's the deal. That video clearly shows China's new anti-personnel manhole covers, designed to be used in the event of invasion. Or alternatively, to keep people out of the CHUDs' homeland. Chinese public works are very innovative, like the Streetscaper:
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