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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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