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[challenge entry] i wish they'd run the bastard over

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(, Sat 18 Nov 2006, 18:25, archived)
# Winner!
Thats great
(, Sat 18 Nov 2006, 18:31, archived)
# that took me a bit.
I noticed the compo, and guffawed.

(, Sat 18 Nov 2006, 18:34, archived)
# haha! nicely
(, Sat 18 Nov 2006, 18:44, archived)
# Hahahahahahahaha...
(, Sat 18 Nov 2006, 18:50, archived)
# Hahaha
Makes Macca interesting, BY REMOVING HIM ENTIRELY! Yay!
(, Sat 18 Nov 2006, 19:08, archived)
# Hahaha!
Very clever!
(, Sat 18 Nov 2006, 18:57, archived)
# haha
good effort
(, Sat 18 Nov 2006, 19:07, archived)
And thats shouting!
(, Sat 18 Nov 2006, 19:13, archived)
# Blimey!
I met a Chinese girl who has been over here for 6 years at a party a couple of months back.

Because of my job and her nationality, we started talking about the Google China situation (not immediately, you understand - I don't meet people and immediately set off on an SEO tirade) and I asked how she felt about the sensorship in her country.

She didn't understand what I meant, intimating that she didn't believe that there was any censorship at all.

I showed her the google image results for Tiananmen square in Google.co.uk and in Google.cn and asked her what she thought.

She genuinely believed that in this country we were controlled by propaganda, rather than her country controlling through censorship.

I have no absolute way of knowing who is correct, but it interested me.
(, Sat 18 Nov 2006, 19:25, archived)
# i know a chap who grew up in soviet russia
he finds it difficult to read posters and signs, because he intuitively expects them to be propaganda posters and therefore ignorable. weird, eh?
(, Sat 18 Nov 2006, 19:56, archived)
# Weird, although frankly
I'm surprised they allow this !
(, Sat 18 Nov 2006, 21:19, archived)