Sunday, 6 November 2011


致謝您"台灣人". 很的置評讓我很自豪.

Approximate translation...
"I like your blog because you write/be yourself and even though you criticize Taiwan, you have yet made very good constructive suggestions in a sincere desire for Taiwan to improve."
Thank you "Taiwan Person". Your comment is very gratifying.


  1. Print it out, roll it up and shove it up your arse!

    As we have seen, unfettered markets lead to economic and political crises. Markets work the way they should only when they operate within a framework of appropriate government regulations and that framework can be erected only in a democracy that reflects the general interest — not the interests of the 1 percent. The best government that money can buy is no longer good enough.

  2. "As we have seen, unfettered markets..."


    Name one "unfettered" market.


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