China bans the letter 'N' from the Internet
According to Steve Martin, the way to set yourself up for an insanity defense when committing a negotiatable crime is to make one of your demands outlandish - e.g. a million dollars, a getaway car, and to have the letter 'M' stricken from the English language. It looks like China's new emperor-for-life Xi Jinping was paying attention, but still missed it by a letter.
By: dave
Friday, Mar 2nd 2018 (10:06am) | Thanks: /.
[Comments: 2]
spam_vigilante From: spam_vigilante Ignore me at your own peril
Date: 3/2/18 @ 11:09 AM
That's kind of hilarious. My high school friend who has been teaching English in China now for more than three years at universities loves it there. He says it really is another world.
He speaks very little Mandarin but travels all over Asia with his generous time off. Of course, he keeps in touch with his American friends back home, requiring a VPN connection for $4 a month.
ZiB From: ZiB
Date: 3/6/18 @ 08:53 AM
Wouldn't it be, "Chi*a ba*s letter * (briefly) from i*ter*et as Xi Ji*pi*g exte*ds grip o* power?"

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