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This should be taken with a grain of salt, as with any story from China. Whenever I hear a "crazy" story from China, I remember the story from a few years ago about the undercover journalist who discovered a street food vendor selling dumplings made from old cardboard and newspapers - a story that turned out to be fabricated. There were photos accompanying that story, as well.
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Why do I remember reading this EXACT same story several months ago? Could this have happened again? Is it the same story being reported again for some reason?
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@Bearfoot: What does that have to do with construction of a building? The Chinese built entire cities while the democratic process was still trying to agree on what to do with the Ground Zero site.
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I think invitations like this are great if the only people you're inviting to your wedding are friends who share the same interests. But I wouldn't want to send something like that to my grandparents, aunts, uncles, and parents' friends. They'd just be confused.
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How would blowing them up address the concern about decomposition? Wouldn't that just result in decomposing chunks being spread over a wide area?
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Hmmm... based on what I've learned from movies like Poltergeist and Paranormal Activity, it sounds like this may be a poltergeist rather than a haunting, in which case the landlord is not responsible under paranormal law. ;)
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I'm not sure why anyone would want a picture of a complete stranger cosplaying for their personal Facebook page. I think it would get annoying responding to the endless questions of "Is that you?" "Who is that?" "Where did you take that picture?"
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Why wouldn't they sell them, so that any sick kid or kid with a sick parent can have one instead of just the lucky ones who are at the right hospitals, and donate the proceeds to cancer research? Seems like a missed opportunity to do even more good.
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I remember a story about vendors in China using dirty cardboard to make dumplings. Turned out to be a hoax. Then there was the big story about the conditions in Apple's factories in China. Then we learned that the writer of the story fabricated much of it. Turns out a lot of crazy stories from China aren't true.
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The government (and the secret societies that run the government) won't be able to control you with this, as long as you're wearing your tinfoil cap.
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If you have a scroll wheel on your mouse, scrolling up and down rapidly on that image produces an interesting optical illusion. It only works with the scroll wheel, though. Scrolling with the browser scroll bar doesn't produce the effect.
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Leaving the house also significantly increased your chances of dying early. Assuming you don't die in your home from slipping in the tub or falling off a ladder.
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