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Why am I not surprised?

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The arrogance of the PRC leadership will get either themselves or us killed - and I suspect the odds are no more favorable to us than 50-50...

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50-50 odds

In reply to: Why am I not surprised?

Paul, unfortunately I agree. And if it hits, this one could be the equivalent of our civalization of what the Black Death did to Medeival Europe Sad But at least we wouldn't have to worry about Social Security reform...

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In reply to: Chinese reticence slowing bird flu efforts?

That China would act in such a way considering a recent poll indicated that most of the world had a more favorable view of China than the U S of A

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In reply to: Odd,

I earlier suggested that maybe we should behave more like China in order to make other countries happy. But our leaders and our citizens would never go for it. Guess we are doomed to be thought of as less than desirable...

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