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    So this is how they managed to spend HK$10,000/rat .

    And why sweet potatoes??? Yes, they should have cooked it but why sweet potatoes??????


    https://www.thestandard.com.hk/secti...39;t-set-traps

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    Uh oh. Have thestandard editors finally lost it after doing too many expert view pieces and decided to go full fledged satire

    I saw the headline and thought omg we really have a gun problem here. Full shoddy article below - no other details.

    Two men were on Thursday arrested for possessing offensive weapons as police busted a hidden armory located at a warehouse in Lo Fu Hang in Tuen Mun.

    The duo -- a local man surnamed Chung, 47, and a 41-year-old non-Chinese man -- was also arrested for possessing radio-communications equipment without a valid license.


    During the operation, officers seized two axes, five baseball bats, some other cricket bats, gloves, wooden and iron sticks, as well as 10 walkie-talkies.


    The two were released on bail and must report to police in mid-July.


    https://www.thestandard.com.hk/breaking-news/section/4/191327/Police-bust-hidden-armory-in-Tuen-Mun,-arrest-two

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    China engages in foreign interference?

    https://twitter.com/airevthingtrnsp/...73VJnhq2gBsfXw


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    https://twitter.com/aaronMCN/status/1549929048260112386

    https://twitter.com/aaronMCN/status/1549929050814435328

    https://twitter.com/JeromeTay...20412171005952

    One suspects commentators might say “With the desire to instil blind obedience of a certain Office behind them, how could they understand the principle of rule of law benefiting Hong Kong?"

    Regardless, an easy juxtaposition of what ails the place for even the blindest of observers.
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    The weirdest meeting of the month award goes to.... MPFA? What? Why? How?

    https://www.thestandard.com.hk/break...peech%E2%80%9D

    And it doesnt stop there.. Running out of adjectives and expressions to comment on this..

    She added that MPFA will continue to organize different activities “for colleagues to continue to study President Xi’s important speech and to deepen their correct understanding of the country’s development.”
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    Quote Originally Posted by ndt:
    The weirdest meeting of the month award goes to.... MPFA? What? Why? How?

    https://www.thestandard.com.hk/break...peech%E2%80%9D

    And it doesnt stop there.. Running out of adjectives and expressions to comment on this..
    Wasn’t his speech given to an empty West Kowloon train station? Not sure it takes multiple follow up meetings to determine that it clearly wasn’t that important of a speech…

    ”But what does the empty railway station SYMBOLIZE…any ideas!? C’Mon guys. Think metaphors. Empty. Station. !?!? What is the meaning!?”

    https://twitter.com/newsgovhk/status...HNNaRR4Rx03-Ng
    Last edited by natino; 22-07-2022 at 09:36 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HSY:

    I like how they say a non-chinese man, like it's a badge of honor to be chinese. It's 100% triad business

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    I reported your post for abuse

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