I’ll get it started! I love China for always putting the total goods price below $800 so customs doesn’t not need to be paid by either party.
I love China for barely charging more than the cost of materials plus cost of labor
Gun powder and the compass.
Sweet sour shrimp
I love china because its the only place i the world where i can cat meat, dog meat, and rodent meat all on the same street corner. not even joking, when i went to china i was blown away the “diversity” of the street foods. im not ashamed to admit they even tasted good as ill try anything once! lol
One of the greatest channels.
My first massage.
bro, that was like 2 thousand years ago:rofl:
I will change the price that you want in commercial invoice, then you cna pay less tax or no tax.
It is my job and responsibility to help customer.
Following is m post and i am manufacturer and you can see more details for labs equipment.
Thank you terry. A good service.
What you dont own a gun and your car doesn’t have a compass in it? Think about that, 2k year old tech still used on a daily basis all over the world. The tech you are selling will be obsolete in 2yrs.
it will be obsolete next year with miniRigsⓇ
And most chinese don’t own guns
I love China for always calling me “dear friend” when we talk. I also love China for learning English so well. Seriously, how many English speakers here speak Chinese? Mayyyybe 5. Now how many Chinese speakers here speak English? All of em. We could all benefit greatly from learning it and yet pretty much none of us do! @GreenMachine_Consult has an awesome partner who speaks fluent English, Spanish, Chinese, and I’m sure he’s learning Martian or something lol. That’s how you get ahead!!!
Sorry I made a new year’s resolution to be more crab. Thats all anyone gets
I love China because they helped clean up the 9/11 crime scene before the evidence could be analyzed.
Fire experts told Congress that about 80% of the steel was scrapped without being examined because investigators did not have the authority to preserve the wreckage.
The bulk of the steel was apparently shipped to China. The Chinese firm Baosteel purchased 50,000 tons at a rate of $120 per ton.
Mayor Bloomberg, a former engineering major, was not concerned about the destruction of the evidence: “Just looking at a piece of metal generally doesn’t tell you anything.”
The pace of the steel’s removal was very rapid, by September 29, 130,000 tons of debris had been sent to China.
Thank you China! After the airplanes disintegrated into dust but we recovered the terrorists fully intact passport laying on the sidewalk, there certainly was no need for crime scene evidence.
Well at least a ninja didn’t punch you in the face after taking a selfie at ground zero… My friend still can’t think of 9/11 without laughing…