Monday, August 20, 2007

China: Operation Condor A Success

China's own "Operation Condor" has been judged a success by representatives of that country after the death of an endangered American condor. The bird recently died of lead poisoning at the Los Angeles Zoo. Crestfallen zoo officials have vowed to never again purchase condor toys from China.

China, for its part, seems intent on continuing its war on all things American through tainted consumer goods. The evil, evil bastards! When will we wake up to their devious agenda?


PS: Note the unsurprising nation of origin for this plane.

10 comments:

she said...

how about operation bratz? did you see some of the skeezed out toys that had lead paint? not big bird and oscar...no these were fake nails, rhinestone encrusted cell phone toys, bracelets and charms, little girl fake make up, bratz dolls...hideous junk no child should be given.

kids: just stick with eating play doh and glue. you'll live.

Pete Bogs said...

I didn't know BRATZ was China-made, but I am not surprised either... they are also trying to bring us down by weakening the morals of our young women... if you lift Paris Hilton's hair back, you'll find a label reading "Made In China"

she said...

yeah, i believe you. and posh spice beckham has chinese characters tattooed down her neck...now they're here in 'merica!!! coincidence? i dont think so.
friggin spies for the chi-coms!

Infinitesimal said...

ping pong balls? no, more like Medicine Balls. come see for yourself...

But on the subject of ping pong projectile, have you seen the film "Montenegro"?

Aunty Belle said...

Let the kids eat ole fashioned mudpies...wait!! the EPA says all land used ter build houses now in USA once had a cattle dippin' station, and mudpies could make chillen's sick... or no-wait! A nursery where pesticides was used, ...but thas' OKAY, after the land is condemnend and the rancher/ nursery owner cain't sell it, why the county will build a elementary school and a soccer field on that same tainted land...

Aw, jes' let 'em have the lead paint toys....

Pete Bogs said...

aunt b - the notion of farmers as environmentally conscious has been dispelled... animal waste and chemicals aren't always good for the planet, or the people living on it... moonpies are healthier than mudpies...

Aunty Belle said...

oh Bawgs, Baby Doll, I'se hearin' that--yep. No argument.

But my point is that the GUBMINT won't let ya use yore land iffin' it is contaminated, they condemn it fer sale or use...so THEY can buy it fer pennies on the dollar, then...then use it fer baby schools, toddler parks!! Get it??

See, you-- the land owner-- is forbidden from (mebbe) indirectly poisoning wee ones who make and eat mudpies--but the gubmint, why they KNOWS that chile' is at risk, but (so they say when they confiscate yore land) but they put a toddler playground there all the same...

LeftLeaningLady said...

Glad you are posting Pete. I love the ham!

she said...

yeah. whats up with the ham, vegetarian hound?

Pete Bogs said...

well... I'm just such a ham I guess...