China steals "Angry Birds" for theme park

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Add Angry Birds to the list of Western products and services that have wound up used without license in China.

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“ROCK ON ROCKERS!!”

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I think anything that China manufacters that has a trademark and doesn't recognize it and copies it.....should have stamped on it China Clones. That way folks can see it's NOT the real thing. ROCK ON!

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And China is supposed to be an innovation nation?
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Sep 16, 2011
 
Clarification for this thread title: Chinese never STEAL. They are born as THIEVES and have nick name as Oriental Sneaky Thieves. Any more question out there? Aahahahhha!

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Sep 16, 2011
 
The Chinese language does not have a word for "innovation".

But they do have a word for "theft" - but they rarely use that word.
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The Chinamen even had to copy bad ideas like communism? Ha ahaha
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how many gook girls does it take to screw in a light bulb?

--none, they only screw when they're on their backs

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Sep 16, 2011
 
As long as they don't steal the eggs, they'll be fine.

“Two stones with one bird”

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Sep 18, 2011
 
Where are all the china nut-huggers? Why aren't they in this thread?

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LifeLongStudent wrote:
And China is supposed to be an innovation nation?
No. They are the misappropriation nation.
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Martyr Machine wrote:
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No. They are the misappropriation nation.
haha, just charging a small 'fee' for donating to the world things like paper, the compass, printing press and gunpowder--to name just a few items

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Sep 18, 2011
 
democracy wrote:
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haha, just charging a small 'fee' for donating to the world things like paper, the compass, printing press and gunpowder--to name just a few items
Oh, I guess inventing things means the laws don't apply to you.
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democracy wrote:
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haha, just charging a small 'fee' for donating to the world things like paper, the compass, printing press and gunpowder--to name just a few items
Stll moaning, that was century's ago. What was developed this year?
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Stll moaning, that was century's ago. What was developed this year?
there's a time to give, and a time to steal
yep

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China stealing isn't a big surprise these days. If they came with their own ideas it would be a bigger surprise.
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the only surprise is how FAST they steal
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When America was developing into the country it is today, it copied scores of European things, from ships to little bitty pens. It had few relationships with Europe, so it had little to no ratified trade treaties with many nations or was so far away from Europe it couldn't be checked on thus simply copied. How many "genius" inventions are actually European or Asian and not American?

Tons.

Now America a few hundred years later is walking around like the tough peacock pretending to be on the level but in actuality is trying to force other less developed countries to stay into the Dark Ages.

Want to prevent China from modernizing? Fine, first butt out of China's internal affairs and that includes it's monetary policy. Let China continue to have a low monetary unit without interfering. You do things in your country the way you seem fit, and China will do the same in it's own country.

China does not need lectures on how to deal with it's economy, least of all America.

Keep borrowing money from China while you still can, one day China will turn off the taps to all the beggars.

Try to fund your mighty army then.

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Middle Kingdom wrote:
When America was developing into the country it is today, it copied scores of European things, from ships to little bitty pens. It had few relationships with Europe, so it had little to no ratified trade treaties with many nations or was so far away from Europe it couldn't be checked on thus simply copied. How many "genius" inventions are actually European or Asian and not American?
Tons.
Now America a few hundred years later is walking around like the tough peacock pretending to be on the level but in actuality is trying to force other less developed countries to stay into the Dark Ages.
Want to prevent China from modernizing? Fine, first butt out of China's internal affairs and that includes it's monetary policy. Let China continue to have a low monetary unit without interfering. You do things in your country the way you seem fit, and China will do the same in it's own country.
China does not need lectures on how to deal with it's economy, least of all America.
Keep borrowing money from China while you still can, one day China will turn off the taps to all the beggars.
Try to fund your mighty army then.
Little chinaman has penis envy. Lol....
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yep wrote:
China stealing isn't a big surprise these days. If they came with their own ideas it would be a bigger surprise.
Brilliant!

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Middle Kingdom wrote:
When America was developing into the country it is today, it copied scores of European things, from ships to little bitty pens. It had few relationships with Europe, so it had little to no ratified trade treaties with many nations or was so far away from Europe it couldn't be checked on thus simply copied. How many "genius" inventions are actually European or Asian and not American?
Tons.
that's because america is a melting pot which means that people come all over the place bring different ideas, customs, religion, and ect. with them. at that time most of the people wanted to go to america for the freedoms we have and if that wasn't an option we wouldn't have the cars, the bottles, the planes, the sky scrapers, and the computers we have today. what did you expect most of the Cocasians are from Europe and expanded to the US. were you expecting any Afericans, Native Americans, or Hispanics to come up with anything. if I recalled Afericans were also on the old world too and most of the Native Americans and Hispanics were reling on the ancient ways.
Middle Kingdom wrote:
Now America a few hundred years later is walking around like the tough peacock pretending to be on the level but in actuality is trying to force other less developed countries to stay into the Dark Ages.
the same thing happens with the other countries. why blame us when there's enough blame for all the other countries on the entire earth.
Middle Kingdom wrote:
Want to prevent China from modernizing? Fine, first butt out of China's internal affairs and that includes it's monetary policy. Let China continue to have a low monetary unit without interfering. You do things in your country the way you seem fit, and China will do the same in it's own country.
if you mean copying with out permission from a another's work then no. if you were modenizing, you would have added the copyright laws that state that "you would be fined if you copy another's work without the permission of the creator of the specific thing your copying."
Middle Kingdom wrote:
China does not need lectures on how to deal with it's economy, least of all America.
your giving a lecture, so why can't I?
Middle Kingdom wrote:
Keep borrowing money from China while you still can, one day China will turn off the taps to all the beggars.
I think they already did when they demoted the US of it's AAA rating to an AA rating.
Middle Kingdom wrote:
Try to fund your mighty army then.
we can always go back to the revolutionary war's method and still use the might army.
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