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2022/07/02 [General] UID:1000 Activity:popular
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2009/10/1-12 [Politics/Foreign/Asia/China] UID:53421 Activity:kinda low
10/1    Signs that Communist China is really opening up!
        http://www.csua.org/u/p6f (news.search.yahoo.com)
        \_ WOW that is TOTALLY AWESOME. I'd love to see a porn
           of this genre. Asian. Lesbians. Military. That
           is just awesome.
           \_ This unit has unusually good drill and ceremony discipline.
              Check out what an American unit on parade looks like. Maybe
              they are primarily a ceremonial unit though and spend all their
              time on the parade field. I like the white boots. Hot.
              \_ You expect miniskirts and white boots from American units?
                 Our GI Janes aren't cheerleaders.
                 \_ http://efamilyportal.com/brian/Iraq/242C.jpg
                    http://www.oknapc.org/PICT0025-b.jpg
                    Check out how crooked the formation is in both of these
                    pictures.
                    The Old Guard looks good, but it is a ceremonial unit:
                    link:tinyurl.com/ydkq4hv
           \_ I envison a series with Asian women in the light blue uniforms
              and the white boots, and Asian guys in marine camouflage.  Scenes
              include the women lying at the edge of king-size beds with their
              miniskits rolled up and their legs in white boots placed on the
              shoulders of the guys with pants down; the guys thrusting into
              the women in wheelbarrow position to the beats of "March of the
              Volunteers", the last line of which literally being "Advance!
              Advance! Enter!"
        \_ This is better than the Miniskirt Police of Japan, and this is real.
        \_ http://www.nytimes.com/slideshow/2009/09/28/world/20090928-CHINA_7.html
           \_ Those two faces are creepy.
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Sign In to E-Mail The National Ballet of China performed "Red Detachment of Women" ahead of the celebrations. The ballet depicts a peasant woman's journey into the People's Liberation Army.