17 October 2011

The sheer artistry that is "News at 11"

I'm sure it's nothing Peter & Lisa can't solve... with a few "creative" camera angles...the huge manateeHmmm, here's a thought... let's have some more social commentary from the folks who brought you lead-painted baby toys.

-- BEIJING (AP) -- China's foreign ministry said Monday the Occupy Wall Street movement highlights issues that are worth considering, but that debates generated by the protests should promote global economic growth.

"We feel that there are issues here that are worth pondering," said Liu Weimin, a foreign ministry spokesman during a regular briefing in Beijing.
Just don't ponder them anywhere near you or the Politburo puppy-pile, right Liu?
Earlier in the year, anonymous online calls for protests in China inspired by those that have swept across the Middle East and North Africa spooked the Chinese government into launching one of its broadest campaigns of repression in years.
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RELATED: Special rules for special people
"Why pay for parking and risk getting a ticket on King St. when you can just park in the park? In fact one “poor” protestor’s $30,000 truck is in the middle of St. James Park and has been there for three days."

"No yellow ticket though."
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LAST WORD: You wanna really shake things up?
here's a thought


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