Discuţii politice, ca la cafenea

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Post by ola small dickie » 8 Oct 2019, 20:56

am intrat sa-mi fac cont pe spotify si la sex am de ales male, female, non binary. cool

cred ca pt mine e prima oara cand trebuie sa aleg intre astea 3
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Post by McWilliams » 9 Oct 2019, 19:03

In general poti gasi "rather not say" sau ceva in genul. Insa app-urile care se vor edgy o sa vina cu prostii din-astea. Abia astept sa poti include asta pe chestii ceva mai serioase, gen un CV sau o carte de identitate (Male, Female, Non Binary, Unsure, Rather not say, A man's mind trapped in a woman's body, Male on even days, Two boobs and a bajingo away from being a woman, other - fill in the box below).
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Post by ola small dickie » 10 Oct 2019, 14:16

Digi: Surse PSD: Motiunea a fost adoptata
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Post by ola small dickie » 10 Oct 2019, 14:41

Ole. a cazut guvernul dancila. muie psd
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Post by ola small dickie » 10 Oct 2019, 20:36

"Teodorovici, răspuns de mitocan către un reporter B1TV: ”Sunteți liberă diseară? Nu vă văd ochișorii, dinții văd că îi aveți puși!"

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Post by ola small dickie » 11 Oct 2019, 08:48

"Culoarele aproape nesfârșite ale Palatului Parlamentului, unde albul pereților de marmură contrastează cu roșul covoarelor, par a fi desprinse din grafica unui imens joc pe calculator. Impresia pe care o lasă o astfel de priveliște asupra unui necunoscut este a unei gigantice hărți Counter-Strike pe care nu s-a gândit încă nimeni să o mapeze."

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https://www.g4media.ro/tot-mai-multe-co ... -kong.html

"Tot mai multe companii mari iau măsuri în urma criticilor venite din China legate de aparenta susținere a protestelor din Hong Kong"

"Apple este ultima dintre companiile criticate în ultima perioadă, din cauza unei aplicaţii care a ajutat protestatarii din Hong Kong să urmărească deplasările poliţiei.

Iată cele mai recente cazuri ale unor companii americane şi europene care au fost nevoite să ia măsuri în probleme semnalate de consmatori, în legătură cu protestele din Hong Kong.

APPLE

Producătorul iPhone a eliminat din oferta sa aplicaţia HKmap.live, afirmând că a fost folosită pentru a prinde în ambuscadă poliţia, precum şi BackupHK.live, o aplicaţie separată similară HKmap.live.

Apple aprobase aplicaţia săptămâna trecută, după ce o respinsese la începutul acestei luni. Publicaţia oficială a Partidului Comunist Chinez a calificat aplicaţia ca fiind ”otrăvitoare” şi a deplâns că arată complicitatea Apple în susţinerea protestatarilor.

NIKE

Pantofii sport Houston Rockets şi alte produse au fost retrase din mai multe magazine Nike din oraşe chineze mari, pe fondul agitaţiei provocate de un tweet al directorului general al echipei în sprijinul protestelor antiguvernamentale din Hong Kong.

VANS

Brandul Vans al VF Corp a retras ”un număr mic” de înscrieri într-o competiţie de design de încălţăminte sport, între care unul care ar susţine protestele din Hong Kong.

TIFFANY

Producătorul de bijuterii a şters o reclamă de pe Twitter postată luni, care prezenta un model feminin care îşi acoperea cu mâna ochiul drept, gest interpretat de unele persoane că ar susţine protestatarii din Hong Kong.

O doctoriţă spitalizată după ce a fost lovită în ochi în timpul protestelor din luna august a devenit un simbol al folosirii excesive a forţei de către poliţie.

Un purtător de cuvânt al Tiffany a spus că imaginea din reclamă a fost fotografiată în luna mai şi nu a avut rolul unei declaraţii politice.

ACTIVISION BLIZZARD

Divizia producătorului de jocuri video Blizzard Entertainment a anunţat marţi că a eliminat un jucător mascat de la jocurile electronice Hearthstone pentru o perioadă de un an, după ce acesta a cerut eliberarea Hong Kong-ului, într-un interviu acordat după joc.

ZARA

La începutul lunii septembrie, brandul spaniol de modă a emis un comunicat pe o reţea de socializare chineză, prin care şi-a exprimat sprijinul pentru suveranitatea Chinei, după ce o publicaţie din Hong Kong s-a întrebat dacă închiderea a patru magazine Zara, pe 2 septembrie, a fost făcută în sprijinul unei greve a studenţilor.

VERSACE

Brandul de modă italian, deţinut de Capri Holdings şi de directorul său artistic Donatella Versace, a exprimat scuze în luna august, după ce unul din tricourile sale a descris teritoriile Hong Kong şi Macao, deţinute de China, ca fiind ţări, atrăgând critici pe reţelele de socializare chineze.

GIVENCHY

În luna august, Givenchy, parte a grupului LVMH, a exprimat scuze pe reţeaua de socializare Weibo, tricourile sale fiind criticate pentru că Hong Kong şi Taiwan au fost descrise ca ţări."

SI eu chiar imi luam multe haine de la zara :cry:
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Post by ola small dickie » 11 Oct 2019, 09:59

"Ce diferență e între ministrul Finanțelor din România și un individ libidinos care înghesuie o fată în lift? Primul o face pe banii noștri.Cipăndelul de la Finanțe „s-a dat” ieri la o ziaristă după moțiunea de cenzură în stilul muncitorilor de pe șantier care fluieră după fetele care trec pe stradă, după care le înjură că-s curve dacă nu întorc capul"

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Post by Mărar » 11 Oct 2019, 10:05

O lista mai comprehensiva:
https://www.reddit.com/r/HongKong/comme ... ip_orders/
Activision Blizzard: banned player for supporting Hong Kong democracy protest. Confiscated all his winnings. Fired the 2 casters who interviewed him.

Apple: censors Taiwan flag emoji in iOS in Hong Kong & Macau

Apple (partial entry): censored Hong Kong protest map from App Store. Relented after it turned into a PR mess, now letting the app into App Store. Update Apparently banned again (Im not on iOs so if a user can send proof id apreciate it.) Here it is.

Vans: censors pro-HK democracy design in its shoe design competition

NBA (partial entry): rebuked Rockets manager for his "Fight for Freedom. Stand with Hong Kong" tweet, saying NBA was "extremely disappointed with Morey's inappropriate comment." Backpedalled after this turned into a PR nightmare, now saying they support Morey's freedom of speech. UPDATE NBA is now in our good people list - they support free speech and China has completely banned NBA from broadcasting.

Disney / ESPN: forbids any mention of Chinese politics when discussing Rockets manager's tweet supporting HK freedom. ESPN talking heads castigated Morey for sending the tweet & speculated about his sincerity, but they absolutely will not talk what caused the tweet: China's encroachment on HK and the resultant HK protest

Viacom / Paramount: censors Taiwan flag from the jacket worn by Tom Cruise in the new "Top Gun" movie

Disney / Marvel: censored Tibetan monk from "Doctor Strange" and turned him into a white woman. Per the movie's screenwriter: "if you acknowledge that Tibet is a place and that he’s Tibetan, you risk alienating one billion people who think that that’s bullshit". Now you can't even acknowledge that Tibet is a place lest our Chinese overlord be displeased.

ASICS, Calvin Klein, Coach, Fresh, Givenchy, Pocari Sweat, Valentino, Versace, Swarovski: details here

Marriott: apologized to China & changed "Taiwan" to "Taiwan, China" in its hotel listings after China threw a hissy fit

Nike: removed all Houston Rockets related products from their China webstore after Rockets manager tweeted "Fight for Freedom. Stand with Hong Kong"

Activision Blizzard: cut livestream when American University team held up "Free Hong Kong, boycott Blizzard" in solidarity with the banned HK player.

Apple: handed over iCloud data and encryption keys to China

Riot Games: censors the words "Hong Kong", forcing their casters to refer to the team "Hong Kong Attitude" as "HKA". Also canceled live interview with team "Hong Kong Attitude" and replaced it with prerecorded session to make sure they didn't say anything to support HK democracy. - UPDATE - Riot issued a statement in which they clear up this mess. They did not force the casters to have any special treatment regarding Hong Kong and namely the team in question. Seems like fake news were being spread. Worlds is back on!

Cathay Pacific: fired large number of employees for supporting HK democracy protests. Its flight attendants union head was fired for posting on Facebook in support of the protests

Apple: minimized the seriousness of iOS exploits that enabled China to track Uyghurs, when over a million of them are already rounded up by China in concentration camps

Google: censored pro-HK democracy game "The Revolution of Our Times" from Google Play because it was about a "sensitive event".

Gap: apologized to China for selling T-shirts IN CANADA that didn't include Taiwan & South China Sea islands as part of China

Tiffany: removed tweet showing a model covering one eye after Chinese consumers accused it of supporting Hong Kong protesters & "defaming" China

Marriott: fired employee who liked tweet from an Tibetan group

Mercedes: apologized for "hurting the feelings" of the people of China for quoting Dalai Lama on Instagram

American Airlines, Delta, United: deleted any mention of Taiwan as a country from their websites after China gave them the order

Audi: apologized for using an "incorrect geographical map" of China that left off Taiwan

Muji: destroyed store catalogs that contain an "incorrect" map of China

Zara: apologized for listing Taiwan as a country on its website

Medtronic: apologized for publishing "illegal content" that listed "Republic of China (Taiwan)" as a country on its website

Ray-Ban: changed its website description of "Taiwan" & "Hongkong" to "China Taiwan" & "China Hongkong"

Qantas, Air France, Air Canada, British Airways, Malaysia Airlines, Japan Airlines, ANA: changed "Taiwan" to "Taiwan China" on their websites afetr China gave them the order

TikTok: censored videos that mention Tiananmen Square, Tibetan independence, or the banned religious group Falun Gong

Sheraton: banned Taiwan National Day event after China embassy gave it the order. China called the Taiwan National Day celebration "illegal and a crime against international law"

Disney: shrank or removed non-white characters from Chinese poster of “Star Wars: The Force Awakens”

Philadelphia Sixers: ejected fans from game for supporting Hong Kong democracy

Princeton: doesn't talk about the 3 Ts: Tibet, Tiananmen, Taiwan - UPDATE - upon discussion with several users I reached the conclusion that direct criticism of Princeton university is not in order. What is in order is to be on the lookout for academic institutes that censor the mentions of these 3T's - academic censorship is inadmissible! - and also confucius institutes which, being chinese, are also main sources of censorship.

Leica: released ad on Tiananmen protest. Apologized & distanced itself from ad

Reddit: took $150M from Tencent. Removed threads like this

Rockhampton, Queensland: censored Taiwan flag in student art project

Lâncome - face-cream company owned by L'Oréal - cancelled a promotional concert in Hong Kong with artist Denise Ho when they found out she was pro-democracy back in 2014. This lead to protests from HKers namely in NY Times Square with yellow umbrellas, the movement's symbol. Lâncome consequently shut down stores in HK.

Red Candle Games removed "Devotion", a game with Taiwanese culture and superstitions and a mocking of Xi Jinping as Winnie the Pooh hidden in-game, from Steam after the meme was found about a week after launch. The company also apologised and said they never meant to leave the meme in the final iteration.

Vans is facing boycott from former clients after removing protestor's entries in an annual creativity contest. The entry was a shoe with yellow umbrellas and several other HK rebellion symbols. Vans issued a statement as to "why they removed some entries that breached their terms of entry" in the contest, saying they're not a "political company".

A teenage performer from band Twice was forced to apologize for waving a Taiwanese flag during a performance. The apology was a video in which she was reading a script, crying.

Gajin entertainment replace Taiwan flags in historically accurate vehicles with chinese flags, in a game known for accurately depicting history.

JPMorgan Chase - One of the biggest companies in the world, with assets worth almost 3 trillion USD (who is alsO reported to have said to accept slavers in case services weren't paid back in 2005 - no good source) tells their employess to not recognise or name Taiwan, HK or Macau as self-governing separate countries. JPMorgan also has plans to expand even more to China nand reportedly even open a new bank there.
REVERSE ENTRIES:
Matt Stone & Trey Parker: South Park "Band in China". Then issued an official apology to China: "Like the NBA, we welcome the chinese censors into our homes and into our hearts. We too love money more than freedom and democracy. Xi doesn't look just like Winnie the Pooh at all."

Red Bull: released a video supporting protests for freedom and liberty

Ubisoft: listened to fan complaints and said "no" to China censor after initially indicating they would tone down content of "Rainbow Six: Siege" to be China-compliant.

Prague: cancel partnership with Beijing over 1-China principle. cancel

Epic Games: Issues a statement supporting player's free speech, saying they won't get punished for speaking their mind on these topics.

Surry Hills company Immutable offered to pay for the banned Blizzard player's prize money and hearthstone debts. They also got cyberattacked after announcing this, presumably by China.

Pocari Sweat - a japanese sports energy drink company - pulled adverts from a TV station accused of being pro-beijing. Such energy drink is reported to be selling in higher numbers after the announcement although they said the decision was only business.
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Post by Cristan » 11 Oct 2019, 11:45

I loled la propriu pe stradă.
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Ce glumeț.
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