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Post time 2005-4-24 05:44:35 |Display all floors

Curvito is a mixture

component 1. Copypaster. The copypasted material is of differnet degree , form sham to excellent.
Any way , it is not him. ctrl+c and ctrl+v doesn't make a man, if it is not supplemented with own work.

component 2. His own heavy work. The genuine words of curvito are easy to separate from his copypasted stuf. Not only because he usually gives the hint.
Because his style is significantly raw . Whankoa tries to plagiatarise it .

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Post time 2005-4-24 21:10:04 |Display all floors

Cogito has many enemies too …….

...... who are all beneath him in every way.

A very obvious problem is that his enemies can hardly spell and that makes them the more comical and clownish on CD forum.

The one above makes a classic example …….
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Post time 2005-4-24 21:45:57 |Display all floors

Here's one of his posts

The most heroic mass migration in recorded human history
And the Great Chinese Patriot 渥巴锡 (Oebasius or Ubashi)

土尔扈特人, Kalmyks, also Kalmucks, one of the major tribal divisions of the Mongols who migrated to the lower Volga River region in eastern Europe in the early 1600s. The Kalmyks are unique among Mongols in practicing the Buddhist religion. A recorded literature in the Kalmyk language consists of myths, poems, legal codes, and historical narratives. About 1771 a group of some 300,000 Kalmyks on the east bank of the Volga River headed by their leader 渥巴锡 decided to return to China to escape cruel Russian domination. They took part in one of the largest and most heroic mass migrations in recorded history. Attacked en route by Russians and Turkic tribes, only a little over one-third of the group reached Xinjiang. There they settled in the fertile basin of 伊犁河 (the Ili River) on a spot hand-picked by the Qing emperor. Chinese all over the empire were moved by their heroic effort to return to their homeland, and sent donations of foods, cloth, and domesticated animals to ease Kalmyks' new found lives in Xinjiang.

渥巴锡 died of smallpox in January, 1775.

Some Kalmyks, those who resided on the west bank of the Volga River, and at the time of the heroic mass migration could not cross the river due to an unusually warm winter, stayed on the steppes of the Volga region, and their descendants still live there. In fact, they were recently visited by Chinese citizens who are direct descendants of 渥巴锡 (the 13th generation), and told extreme hardships they had to endure under Russians after the heroic mass migration. Kalmyks are also found throughout Central Asia. The tsarist government of Russia attempted to settle the Kalmyk nomads on a reservation near Astrakhan, and the Soviet government established a republic for them in 1935. After World War II the Kalmyks were punished for their war-time collaboration with the invading Germans, and were exiled in thousands to Siberia with their Kalmyk Republic abolished. Many Kalmyks escaped to Europe and the United States. In 1958 the Kalmyk Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic was reconstituted, and many of the people were returned to the Volga River region. Today they make up more than half of the total population of Russia's Kalmyk autonomous region.

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Post time 2005-4-24 22:48:23 |Display all floors

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well, I reckon at least you two are one in the same, maybe you ain't cogito/thestud but perhaps you are the old coolmax?

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Post time 2005-4-25 00:04:35 |Display all floors

Let’s not forget …….

........... the boomtowns thread which Cogito (old handle, Thestud) started where he shared with forum members some wonderful pictures of China; a real feast for the eyes and very informative:

http://bbs.chinadaily.com.cn/forumpost.shtml?toppid=138982


and how he would not hesitate to give a hand to his fellow forum members who are in need of help, and how much praise and respect he gets from them in return:

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Shan Huang
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thestud helped me to put a Great Wall picture on a thread

He converted the huge file to a viewable picture in just a few minutes. So we could all enjoy the beauty of The Great Wall.

I know he loves the picture and I hope whenever he sees it he will remember that many of us miss him and remember him.

I miss thestud not because he is a perfect person or a prefect forumite, but because he was stabbed on his back on his own homeland by an invisible foreign knife hiding in the dark with the help of a colonial slave servant.

The spirit of thestud won't die.

2004-11-09 19:41

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Yes, thestud had been very helpful

He is not perfect; wchao37 is not perfect; no one is perfect.

The forum is now like an rudderless rowboat twirling around eddy currents. Nobody knows what the mods want.

It does seem that these young Chinese mods have a preference for laowais' posts.

Not one poster identified as a bona fide laowai has had his/her account cancelled no matter how they rile in their vituperation.

In America or any Western nation, the opposite is usually the case -- they protect their own against the intrusion of outsiders no matter what.

That is a phenomenon quite pervasive in any Western nation.

You would at least expect the Chinese to protect their own compatriots first, but this is not the case here at all.

It might not be too much of an exaggeration to say that we have a Kowtow Wall instead of a Great Wall here in this forum.

2004-11-19 17:19

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:))  ....  to Thestud aka Cogito

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Post time 2005-4-25 00:11:19 |Display all floors

Cogito hunts down closet bigot, also known as closet China-hater …..

Here’s another one:

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  TPJ is a proven closet bigot.
(from http://bbs.chinadaily.com.cn/forumpost.shtml?toppid=105839&page=3 )

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thoughts of hard work

Do you know it is a lot of work to delete 1200 posts! -- a little everyday until CD and you-know-who decide that this place is alright for more than 'Dogs and Chinese Only'!

Why can you curse and act like an ass in English all you would like, but not in Chinese? Are the English speakers really that much more nasty? Uhmmmm.

2004-07-29 16:34
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2005-03-07 20:53

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ps: TPJ or Thos P. Jackstraw was also 88 (who had left for HELL on 25 March 2005).

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Post time 2005-4-25 01:17:57 |Display all floors

Serious funeral jokes

What a croc of whank...Whankoa.

Thanks for thess satyrical posts. LOL.

>>>he would not hesitate to give a hand to his fellow forum members who are in need of help, and how much praise and respect he gets from them in return:

1. >>> He converted the huge file to a viewable picture in just a few minutes. So we could all enjoy the beauty of The Great Wall.[Shanhuang] <<<

Amazing,  how he did THAT? David Copperfied should have taken some lessons from stud before going thru...

2.>>>Not one poster identified as a bona fide laowai has had his/her account cancelled no matter how they rile in their vituperation.[wchao37]<<<

This was written in Nov 2004. Wchao knows perfectly the subject he is talking about. As usually.

3. >>>Cogito hunts down closet bigot, also known as closet China-hater …[Whankoa, very recently, the stink is still in the air] <<<

Calling Thos a China-hater..you have just whanked the rests of your brain out.

Ha ha ha aaa...

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