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Dinosaurs :: 'mouse

Even small dinosaurs can learn new skills, thought Rodenta Paleolithica as he put on his headphones and placed a Skype call to China.

    TAGS:  dinosaurs, computers, technology, china

“Our customer has asked if we’re equipped to submit certifications of compliance for this complicated new law on heavy metal and hazardous materials in China, which we’ve never had to submit before; here’s a really painful article about it by a pair of lawyers,” at which Bronwyn’s ears pricked up ever so slightly.

    TAGS:  work, Bronwyn, china, legal, complicated

My secret shame :: 'mouse

I eat girl snacks.

    TAGS:  food, confessions, china, snacks

China is building the world’s tallest Ferris Wheel.

    TAGS:  china, big things

“Made in China” Davy Crockett caps.

    TAGS:  china, nutria

I ‘m not sure at what point I realized that my life was cheaply manufactured in China and then shipped to the United States where it was sold for an embarrassingly low retail price at Wal*Mart but this understanding profoundly effects the way I view my life, causing me to live in the past tense (from a grammatical viewpoint) and overwhelms me with an abundance of shame guilt for being who I am.

    TAGS:  angst, china, wal*mart, manufacturing

Bob trades up :: pam

Like the White House china, Bob’s first marriage had been changed out in the 80s for something just as servicable, yet newer and almost imperceptibly more elegant.

    TAGS:  Bob, 1980s, marriage, china, White House, elegant, imperceptible

With so many different nationalities represented, living in the apartments seemed so worldly to the chief; for example, apartment 203 was just like China, but not because the tenants were Chinese, but because they’d somehow managed to sneak 1.4 billion people into the 2-bedroom while he wasn’t looking.

    TAGS:  people, The Chief, china, sneaky, worldly


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