While it’s true that all attempts at macroeconomic theory are essentially voodoo, it takes on a whole different and more depraved tenor when Congress gets involves. And the Fed? The Gods alone know what arcane rituals they utilize, but I’d not be surprised if those rituals made them the #1 buyer of Planned Parenthood’s products. 🙄
Despite what certain sorts will eagerly and angrily claim, we – well, we Whites – not only don’t hate lesbians and bisexuals enjoy themselves and each other, we like it and understand in a very visceral way that good kissers are good.
In a twisted point of fact, those sorts that mendaciously declaim that we hate lesbian and bisexual women kissing – and/or more – are the ones most likely to have a problem with it themselves, especially if men are present. It really sticks in their collective craws that men actually like lesbians as long as they are not the man-hating sort.
Duāng Duāng Bǎobǎo (成龍成龍 寶寶) – or, in English, Boing Boing, Baby. Here are six more delightful gifts from China. We may hate the disease that they spread across our land, and we may bemoan the economic damage their Democrat allies caused as a result of it, but we should appreciate how the locked-in, attention-starved Kung Flu-zies dealt with it by using China’s best-inserted espionage tool.
And… A Bonus Factoid
Boing or Duāng didn’t – and technically still doesn’t in the Chinese language, especially in the context of unexpected boob bounces/drops, a favorite of manga, anime, and, apparently, attention-seeking girls in quarantine. Duāng was actually coined by Jackie Chan in the early 2000s.
That’s why I had to write it with two characters. The image to the left isn’t in unicode; it was created by “netizens” in the wake of Duāng‘s viral spread.
😆 And now you have a new factoid and a somewhat better understanding of part of why I’m a polyglot and a lover of linguistics.
Final Note: Both the created hanzi and the formal, two-character breakout I used are actually Jackie Chan’s Chinese stage name, Long Chen – roughly translated, “Become The Dragon.”
It has long been said that one should beware Greeks bearing gifts. And, it’s also true now that one should be at least somewhat suspicious of gifts from China. Yet, one must also not look a gift horse in the mouth. 😉
Yeah, the synergy between TikTok, China’s most broadly installed espionage tool, and COVID-19 aka The Wuhan Flu, encouraging attention-seeking, young women to make these home videos, we’ve been given plenty of gifts by China. And, while maintaining a needed level of risk awareness, we shouldn’t refuse them willy-nilly. After all, yīn huò dé fú (因禍得福).