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Cans of "fresh air" on sale in China

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I hope this does not become a popular item for us here in the U.S. to buy.


http://news.yahoo.co...-234302171.html

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Hehee, I heard about this on the radio!!! I was shocked when I hear about this! Peculiar idea to say the least.

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Hey, somebody figured a way to make some money out of the situation. Chinese version of the "pet rock," I suppose. :laugh:

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Hey, somebody figured a way to make some money out of the situation. Chinese version of the "pet rock," I suppose. :laugh:


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lol ill just drive to the mountains, thankyou very much. though the canned air might be cheaper with the price of gas these days. lol.

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lol ill just drive to the mountains, thankyou very much. though the canned air might be cheaper with the price of gas these days. lol.


We're just getting back from a driving trip to Galveston and was just thinking the same thing.

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I guess it's time to point out a little detail in this - but do any of you know how bad the air quality is in China? Remember, they have all the factories now, pretty much. The smog is horrific. My aunt and uncle vacationed in China a few years ago, and made mention of this. All pictures were haze-filled with smog.

So, actually, for the Chinese, this is no laughing matter.

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Whats funny, is everyone in the US is coming down on our factories and places for giving out to much polution. But the fact of the matter is, our pollution controls are far better then chinas-several times better. Yet, our greenies want to push all our factories out, and since the demand for products is still there, the factories are going to go somewhere-like in this place china, who doesnt have the pollution controls we do. So, its ok to ruin chinas atmosphere, but not ok to harm ours? even though it would hurt us less?

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http://www.google.co...360032293848839

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I guess it's time to point out a little detail in this - but do any of you know how bad the air quality is in China? Remember, they have all the factories now, pretty much. The smog is horrific. My aunt and uncle vacationed in China a few years ago, and made mention of this. All pictures were haze-filled with smog.

So, actually, for the Chinese, this is no laughing matter.

Whats funny, is everyone in the US is coming down on our factories and places for giving out to much polution. But the fact of the matter is, our pollution controls are far better then chinas-several times better. Yet, our greenies want to push all our factories out, and since the demand for products is still there, the factories are going to go somewhere-like in this place china, who doesnt have the pollution controls we do. So, its ok to ruin chinas atmosphere, but not ok to harm ours? even though it would hurt us less?


This is a direct result of the outsourcing over the years. First is was about cheap labor, etc. but now its more about avoiding all the western environmental laws. Reducing carbon emissions? :laugh: No, just exporting them somewhere else. So now without the same environmental laws, the people of China suffer -- and so does everyone else. Why? Because everyone is down wind in the northern hemisphere due to the global winds. All that pollution in Bejing eventually goes around the world.

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he is selling the cans of fresh air for 80 cents saw this on sbs world news in Australia how did he get the air into the cans ? for the people to believe its fresh air that they are buying for 80 cents




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