Discussion in 'Odds & Ends' started by Golden Retriever, Sep 20, 2007.
I heard they have leaded, extra leaded and super extra leaded but no unleaded. Is that true?
Lead: in China its sprinkled into the food, like a seasoning. I like my General Tso's chicken extra leaded.
No, that's their soya sauce.
Do they really have General Tso in China? I think lead is already in the water supply and the cooking oil but if you want extra all you have to do is ask.
And I was 'lead' to believe the Chinese-made Mattel (Chinese-made) toys that I just got for my birthday didn't contain any [size=+2]Pb[/size]. :neutral:
Those clowns. Next thing you know, they're going to try and corner the market on fishing sinkers.
I'd like to give sa hot 'n horny Chinese babe some serious lead-in-the-bed.
I think they put coal directly in their fuel tanks and add some MSG for kick. ;o)
Actually, yes. I had always thought it was a Chinese-American restaurant dish, but found that it's in China, too. Probably not necessary to ask for extra lead in the food-it normally contains more than enough toxins for non-addicted humans...
'Hybrid' Chinese Restaurant: "Adolf Chang"
Somewhat off-topic, but I went to one of these "fusion" restaurants where they combine two (or more) different type cusines. This one was a Chinese-German restaurant named Adolf Chang." My curiosity got the better of me, so I checked it out.
The food wasn't bad...but an hour later, I found myself hungry for power.
china needs a good leader.
So do we (USA).
I think China got too much leader as it is now.
My chinese friend said there is a popular street dessert that has lead compound powder in it. The additive is banned in the USA. The dessert is a big flour log that's deep fried.
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