Monday, 10 September 2007

Water taster CHOOK Drops Dead. Dodgy drop blamed for Chinese Chicken Cashing in its Chips

Water taster chicken drops dead.
THINK a bottle of mineral water might have poisoned you? Then test it on a chicken.

One Chinese family on the southern island province of Hainan had just that idea when one of their number started vomiting blood after drinking a bottle of water, a newspaper said.

They fed the luckless chicken the rest of the water to see what would happen, the Beijing News said, citing a report in a local paper.

"The result was the chicken died within a minute," it said, showing a picture of a man holding a plastic bottle squatting over the crumpled body of the bird.

The province's authorities were investigating, it added.

Barely a day goes by without some new scandal over a made-in-China product, be it toys, toothpaste or fish, which has raised safety concerns in major export markets around the world.

Watch your tipple, We could have a spate of poisonings around the world blamed on Chinese products, frightening Ennit.

10 comments:

Lolly said...

Perhaps it's a strategic move to take over the WORLD...

Whaddaya think?

FOUR DINNERS said...

Almost Pythonesque although admittedly not quite the same as a parrot nailed to a perch....

Vest said...

Lolly: Chinese taking over the world? About *20 per cent of all Chinese live outside of China.
A sort of *5th Column woudn't you agree.

In 1939, German tourists on bicycles infiltrated bordering countries in order to set up spy and command posts in order to assist the eventual German invasion. code name was the 5th column.

Four Dinners: I suspect a chink in their thinking, makes me Wanda if MP would have used a fish and the chook to suss the chowmein.

lower deck lawyer said...

Strewth. I have heard of perches once nile-ed down in lake victoria africa but parrot fishes niled to nile perches to stop em imitating a flying fish or a peking duck is mindful of a four legged chook laying square eggs.

Mike.

Vest said...

Lower d lawyer: A posteriori- mutatis mutandis.

Keshi said...

Seriously Chinese products freak me out now. Seafood too.


Keshi.

Jim said...

Communist Capitalism…China’s version of a capitalist society is demonstrated in the above video. I could talk about America spreading democracy in China the way it has in Iraq, but I’m going to talk about killing someone for not performing their job. Can you imagine how much more productive people would be if their life was on the line?

Their equivalent of the FDA has them in hot water with American consumers. Since the end of summer giant toymaker, Matel, has been having recalls on toys for dangerous levels of led in the toy’s paint. Matel’s CEO committed suicide when the media frenzy started. After talking to several people that grew up there(China) or do business there, they both tell me that people just disappear. Based on sources it probably wasn’t a suicide. The head of their FDA is being put to death for accepting bribes.

Imagine if American politicians were put to death for taking bribes and fucking up? Well I guess we wouldn’t have politicians. Many cultures it is custom to exchanges before doing business. In America bribes are illegal, but we can have lobbyist that speak on behalf of special interest groups. We also tend to play golf, eat and drink together before doing business. Are these things not considered the same?

The American consumer lives in a bubble of no danger. Most Lawsuits could be solved by a common sense. China should have to pay for harming children, and they are taking steps to rectify the mistake, but killing someone for taking bribes and fucking just seems over the top.

Should bribes and other forms of gifts be illegal?

Should anyone fear their life for not performing ethically and at a high proficiency?

Posted by Andrew The Asshole at 11:37 PM 6 ASS-Haules Commenting

Labels: Capitalism, China, Communism

Jim said...

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nikki said...
fyi, wasn't the ceo of mattel who committed suicide, it was the owner of one of the toy factories in china who was responsible for producing the mattel (fisher price) toys with the lead in 'em.

that said, i think if dude was killed it was cuz he made china look bad. if they could have had the lead in the stuff and gotten away with it, nobody would have cared. it ain't about bribes, it's about getting caught. china wants it's communist system to look better than the u.s.'s capitalist system and a guy who messed up makes it look bad. this in turn (and it's a stretch but some folk make it) makes it appear as though capitalism is superior to communism. china ain't having that.

making that stuff illegal won't change shit because folk don't think it's wrong.

September 13, 2007 7:25 AM


Torrance Stephens bka All-Mi-T said...
they taking over - thenext super hero , i mean power

September 13, 2007 9:49 AM


Ticia said...
Good post!!

Thanks for the comment....had some feelings in me abt folks--- ya know!!

September 13, 2007 10:37 AM


Jim said...
I LOVE CHINA
China moves fast

we need CHINESE administration in INDIA

India is one of the most corrupt places on the planet
Indian politicians sell cheap
they wud even sell their mothers for the love of lucre


GOD BLESS CHINA

September 13, 2007 2:10 PM


Jim said...
CHINA will do all to protect the MADE IN CHINA brand

September 13, 2007 2:11 PM


Sojourner G said...
Thought provoking as usual Andrew. It's interesting how low the rate of theft is in countries that simply cut off your hand if they catch you. In the US, we don't want to put up with that type of violation of our civil liberties and for that, we endure thieves...of all sort.

There is no perfect system.

September 13, 2007 4:01 PM



Communist Capitalism…China’s version of a capitalist society is demonstrated in the above video. I could talk about America spreading democracy in China the way it has in Iraq, but I’m going to talk about killing someone for not performing their job. Can you imagine how much more productive people would be if their life was on the line?

Their equivalent of the FDA has them in hot water with American consumers. Since the end of summer giant toymaker, Matel, has been having recalls on toys for dangerous levels of led in the toy’s paint. Matel’s CEO committed suicide when the media frenzy started. After talking to several people that grew up there(China) or do business there, they both tell me that people just disappear. Based on sources it probably wasn’t a suicide. The head of their FDA is being put to death for accepting bribes.

Imagine if American politicians were put to death for taking bribes and fucking up? Well I guess we wouldn’t have politicians. Many cultures it is custom to exchanges before doing business. In America bribes are illegal, but we can have lobbyist that speak on behalf of special interest groups. We also tend to play golf, eat and drink together before doing business. Are these things not considered the same?

The American consumer lives in a bubble of no danger. Most Lawsuits could be solved by a common sense. China should have to pay for harming children, and they are taking steps to rectify the mistake, but killing someone for taking bribes and fucking just seems over the top.

Should bribes and other forms of gifts be illegal?

Should anyone fear their life for not performing ethically and at a high proficiency?
posted by Andrew The Asshole at 11:37 PM on Sep 12, 2007

Vest said...

Abdullah the thief was last seen having his hand sewn back on.
So it seems his court appeal was sucsessful.

NEW DELHI: Ten suspected burglars have been beaten to death by angry villagers in India's eastern state of Bihar.
Another was left seriously hurt after residents of village Dhelpurwa attacked the suspected thieves.
It is the third incident of mob violence.
On Monday, a mob gouged out the eyes of three men who tried to steal a motorcycle.

NEW DELHI: An Indian court has told police to charge a businessman with rape and murder nine months after the body parts of almost twenty people, mainly children, were found at his home.
Police had charged a servant at the house in an afluent suburb of New Delhi, initially that businessman Moninder Singh Pandher was "not aware of the killings".
Pandher has so far only been charged with concealing evidence and using prostitutes, but a special court now says he should also face charges for the murders.

Jim: You should send that Pandher guy to China for sentencing.

Not too keen on village mob rule in India.

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