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  • cybercash28 cybercash28 Apr 28, 2014 6:38 PM Flag

    Big Bang Theory show....content is offensive

    unreal...this is one of the clean shows out there. Also NCIS and The Good Wife.
    Do the china leaders are human? why don't they take the TVs away, cars away, air away and bury the whole country....I feel so sorry for the chinese there..I really do...I know people from Russia. I thought it is bad..wow....unreal...
    Now I know reason for them to allow for one cjild.....making babies is an offensive act and it is illegal!! LOL

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    • what's your point. different culture.

      • 1 Reply to pdx121212
      • First, I do not own WB but always read and post even on stocks that I do not own today. To learn and to communicate with others.
        I understand the culture differences. However, there is a limit in controlling the freedom of others, just like you tide a dog around his neck to a tree in the desert. This kind on controlling will lead china to nowhere but down down down. people around the word with the use of social media know the price of freedom.. Young people now are smarter and not many are willing to throw away their lives for the selfishness of their leaders. Even in middle east, young people are getting smarter. people are smart but they are brain washed..

        What is the life style of the china leaders and their wives?? How about the life style of most of theeople in the country..Same with Putin, how many billions does he have?

        My point is treat people like human, at least treat them better than the way we treat animals in our country!! Get the point?? get the point?

 
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