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Trump closes down China

In China on 21/01/2017 at 4:51 am

Came across this on Facebook posted by FB pal who didn’t attribute it

Trump’s latest Tweet:

“One week after I take office, China will completely shut down. Factories will stop production, shops will close, stock markets will not trade, and government will grind to a halt.

The wealthy will flee overseas with their families, citizens desperately trade the RMB for foreign currency, doors all across the country will be plastered with red notices. Supermarket food stock will be depleted and food prices will rise.

The people who stay will have nothing to do except day-long drinking and gambling. There will be sound of gunfire on the streets for days!”

China foreign ministry replied on Weibo: “That’s Chinese New Year, you dumb ass.”

A rounding-up error?

In Uncategorized on 20/01/2017 at 5:05 pm

Come on NYT. I didn’t hear u complaining about how the Clintons made money and peedled influence. And anyway, really rich people don’t know how much they are worth.

Steven Mnuchin testified Thursday before the Senate Finance Committee during his confirmation hearing as Treasury secretary.

Steven Mnuchin, Treasury Nominee, Failed to Disclose $100 Million in Assets

Mr. Mnuchin, who is testifying before the Senate Finance Committee, also did not list his role as a director of an investment fund in the Cayman Islands on a questionnaire.

 

Downside of a balanced life style

In Uncategorized on 20/01/2017 at 4:13 pm

When PAP ministers (and even PM himself) talk about a balanced life style and working shorter hours, it’s time to relook the ideas. I mean “PAPpies are always wrong”?

In Sweden, Happiness in a Shorter Workday Can’t Overcome the Cost

A six-hour experimental workday in one of Sweden’s largest cities made employees happier and healthier, but the test is unlikely to be expanded.

NYT Dealbook