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Re: 中国同志们

Posted: Mon 11 Sep 2017 04:16
by another505
keldon wrote:
another505 wrote:yeaa was there personally in macau.

pretty lucky that my area wasnt affected as bad as others. Some places have been flooded really badly...


You were still there, when it happened? Glad nothing serious happened!

yeaa
I then volunteered with my cousin to help clean up the mess...
by God... it smelled sooo bad, i wanted to vomit while doing it
and i find an interesting phenomenon . adult asian males(40yr olds plus) like to speak to do something but a lot of time they just laid back around arms crossed, or with their phones, and its actually the women that are doing the cleaning

sad thing... .

Re: 中国同志们

Posted: Mon 11 Sep 2017 16:51
by keldon
another505 wrote:yeaa
I then volunteered with my cousin to help clean up the mess...
by God... it smelled sooo bad, i wanted to vomit while doing it
and i find an interesting phenomenon . adult asian males(40yr olds plus) like to speak to do something but a lot of time they just laid back around arms crossed, or with their phones, and its actually the women that are doing the cleaning

sad thing... .


Commendable! Were you working with the Macau garrison? :)

btw. those old dudes... generally some of those have very weired perceptions about their own positions and what they should do. I read a few articles about the phenomenon few weeks ago, pity i didn't save the links and now they are burried. :/

Re: 中国同志们

Posted: Mon 11 Sep 2017 17:05
by another505
keldon wrote:
another505 wrote:yeaa
I then volunteered with my cousin to help clean up the mess...
by God... it smelled sooo bad, i wanted to vomit while doing it
and i find an interesting phenomenon . adult asian males(40yr olds plus) like to speak to do something but a lot of time they just laid back around arms crossed, or with their phones, and its actually the women that are doing the cleaning

sad thing... .


Commendable! Were you working with the Macau garrison? :)

btw. those old dudes... generally some of those have very weired perceptions about their own positions and what they should do. I read a few articles about the phenomenon few weeks ago, pity i didn't save the links and now they are burried. :/
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lol no, a lot macau people volunteered themselves too
they just piss me off, they like to talk big, take pics of themsellves doing something commendable, but dont even give one sweat in

Re: 中国同志们

Posted: Mon 11 Sep 2017 17:12
by Razzmann
another505 wrote:lol no, a lot macau people volunteered themselves too
they just piss me off, they like to talk big, take pics of themsellves doing something commendable, but dont even give one sweat in

Reminds me of you :P

Re: 中国同志们

Posted: Mon 11 Sep 2017 18:40
by another505
Razzmann wrote:
another505 wrote:lol no, a lot macau people volunteered themselves too
they just piss me off, they like to talk big, take pics of themsellves doing something commendable, but dont even give one sweat in

Reminds me of you :P

HEEEEY what does that mean? :cry: :oops:

Re: 中国同志们

Posted: Sun 24 Sep 2017 14:03
by keldon
Not exactly something to do with China, but...

http://www.bundesfighter.de/

I have no doubt the eternal chancelor 2.0 will continue to reign supreme, at least that game was more entertaining than the actual election campaigns.

Re: 中国同志们

Posted: Sat 11 Nov 2017 13:08
by keldon
Yoyoyo, how is everybody doing?

As some of you may have noticed:

http://nationalinterest.org/blog/the-bu ... tank-22894

This was a bit murky, since it is know that Germany has delivered MILAN and trained the kurds. However there is also stuff like this: https://i.imgur.com/G1BwGpP.jpg

Generally it isn't surprising, that a Tank gets shreked by an ATGM, but somehow people are surprised an chinese ATGM shreked an Abrams.

On to Economy

http://www.visualcapitalist.com/31-chin ... countries/

Interesting visualisation.

And then there is that one guy from white house

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ho9rCFj9Lhc

The rhetoric sounds somehow different from a year before.

On to something sweet

The cake is a Lie.

this was the competition: https://www.cakeinternational.co.uk/birmingham/winners

As a scale model builder i'm deeply impresssed, i mean look at it...

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Re: 中国同志们

Posted: Mon 20 Nov 2017 23:32
by rex88
Good to hear from you, hope everyone is doing well.

I’ve heard about the HJ-8 speculations. No evidence either way, but technologically it’s an outdated spear piercing an outdated shield.

Meanwhile, has anyone been following updates from Zimbabwe?

Re: 中国同志们

Posted: Tue 21 Nov 2017 17:32
by keldon
Only follow the Zimbabwe stuff at the sidelines, the dust needs to settle first. So far my reaction is:

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At least you can get a look at the ZSD-90 and other type-89 APC derivates on the street.

https://i.imgur.com/3fqVCWE.jpg