Beware of The BLOG...it creeps, it leaps, it glides & slides all over the place.
My blog is banned in China and I take it personally even though they have probably banned all of us.
I remember you mentioning that you have been banned in China. I can't imagine why because your blog isn't at all politically charged. Maybe they're angry at you for loving dogs and, thus, making them less an object of food. Other than that, I can't see why your blog would be banned over mine because I'm often politically critical of the ChiComs. How would I find out if I am banned in China?
I cringe when I realize all those people applauded for an anti-American song.Well, I guess they applauded when the president walked in, too, come to think of it. :-)
I want to be banned in China. I think the lack of outrage from the WH says it all.
Yep, and don't let the door hit him in the butt on the way out!
Z: I cringe too when I hear that the guests applauded to an anti-American song being played at the White House, but in that venue, I believe they'd have a smile on their faces while they applauded a steaming pile of feces.
Chuck: I agree. Being banned by the ChiComs is a high honor. I doubt if my lowly blog is even on their radar though. As far as no outrage from the White House, how do we know it wasn't their plan all along. It wouldn't surprise me considering BO's history. Karen Howes: Amen. Good riddance.
What can we expect from a guy who likes the sound of his own name so much that he has to say it twice?
Ananda Girl: lol. I know. What were his parents thinking?
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