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Post time 2011-7-26 12:00:59 |Display all floors

Reply #29 baofeng's post

Mr. Baofeng, you are being ECONOMICAL IMPRACTICAL, probably technological impractical!

We need to maintain a PROPORTION - Adult to Kids/Aged ratio!
Not all China's family can afford "robots" - heck, getting China to be a universal automobile ownership society is a big problem!

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Post time 2011-7-26 13:57:30 |Display all floors
How about Chinese guys grow more than a feeble maggot between their legs and they'd have no problem keeping their women?

Oh, and grow up too. Who wants to marry a guy who is really looking for a substitute mother?

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Post time 2011-7-26 14:00:25 |Display all floors
Originally posted by grb at 2011-7-22 11:48
China would rather import the dirty Russian women instead.



You slimeball. Russian women are wonderful. Intelligent, beautiful and loyal.

Maybe you could learn some lessons from them, but you'd be too threatened by a woman with a brain, I guess.

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Post time 2011-7-26 19:34:20 |Display all floors
Originally posted by greendragon at 2011-7-26 12:00
Mr. Baofeng, you are being ECONOMICAL IMPRACTICAL, probably technological impractical!

We need to maintain a PROPORTION - Adult to Kids/Aged ratio!
Not all China's family can afford "robot ...


Have you ever seen inside an automobile factory in Japan?

The humans just press buttons.

But please don't misunderstand... 500 million cars in China wouldn't be a good idea- China must continue to develop its public transport.

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Post time 2011-7-26 21:55:19 |Display all floors
Originally posted by seneca at 2011-7-26 19:20
Why didn't Chinkputrid come up with a more humane solution, such as aborting excess male fetuses?
It's easy to implement and it can be done with international repercussions. Plus China is well-exp ...




I agree, China should abort male fetuses. And that's why I said China should also artificially increase female births internally. Basically, the country needs less males  and more females. But it doesn't matter where the females come from.

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Post time 2011-7-26 22:48:01 |Display all floors
Legalize gay marriage and forbid polygamy/mistresses. Allow commercial surrogate births. US research shows that 30% men actually love men better than women. If China force these gay men to marry men, the problem is not a problem at all. For unknown reason, the percentage of lesbian is much lower in women.

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Post time 2011-7-27 11:10:47 |Display all floors

Reply #41 baofeng's post

don't be a DORK, Mr. Baofeng!

You can only automate processes if there is sufficient production scale.
Most of the labour intensive operations has been moved to China, Vietnam - Your odd bolts, nuts, screw, and the great deal of assemblies, wire harness etc.
Like the USA, Japan, Germany, France has moved a lot of the "labour intensive" components to Asia.

Only then you can do some automation, and that depends on SCALE.

As for AUTOMOBILE OWNERSHIP in China.
It's not a big issue, just a matter of LOGICAL MENTAL PROCESSES.
If your vehicle average 1.5T, runs 20,000km a year at 15km/litre - you could have 1.5T of crude oil x 600 mil = 900 mil tonnes or 18 million barrel of oil a day to supply.

All Chinese family will have 1 or 2 vehicles.

Not a insurmountable problem! Public Transport produces a lower per capita income - by the way - unless you FAKE the datas - inflate the retail price of petrol, diesel or electricity like in Japan, Korea, Germany or Europe in general.

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