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2004/3/25

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Glutterbug

You have been banned in China along with me and ALL typepad hosted servers in China. Sad day.

Mad Minerva

Hello there, I just stumbled across your blog and find it very interesting. I must say you're the first person I've ever encountered online who knew how to say "mamahuhu"! My family and I say it all the time. Anyway, great blog -- and I ditto your feelings about the election mess. My own blog's full of it, and a group of Taiwanese intellectuals has also expressed disappointment. Here's the news link:

http://www.etaiwannews.com/Taiwan/2004/03/25/1080179808.htm

Ricky Vandal

I think your attitude is quite hostile towards the memory of the great leader Chang Kai-Check. You need to come back to earth.

FrankLin

Hey Tiger, I'm in Kaohsiung right now. Don't know if you got my email.

Crystallic

Tiger,
I've mixed feelings about you feeling "worn out" with the election mess. Glad and sad....
Oh well, politics is a dirty game and it is not bound by rules or what is right/wrong. Something or someone we may perceive "right" or "true" today, may just become otherwise when we look back one day.
Following the games of politicians is indeed tiring. :)
Crystallic

tiger

Ricky Vandal- You are off your rocker. I have never even mentioned him. And I looked at your website. You are off your rocker.


Crstallic- What a strange comment. In what way are you "glad" that I am worn out with the election mess?

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