Adjective vs. Noun

Apparently CNN's writer cannot distinguish between an adjective ("dark") or noun ("darkness").

Rescuers faced bullets, grenades, dark

Pathetic. Or in l33k speak, FAIL!

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Eat healthier Chinese food

CNN has a piece on unhealthy Chinese food which starts off with sensational news then tempered with:

The group found that not much has changed since it examined Chinese food 15 years ago. That's not all bad, Liebman said.

were glad not to find anything different," she said. "Some restaurant
food has gotten a lot worse. Companies seem to pile on. Instead of just
cheesecake, you get coconut chocolate chip cheesecake with a layer of
chocolate cake, and lasagna with meatballs."

But the funny kicker is at the end where they give out 'advices' on healthier Chinese food:

Hold the sauce, and eat with a fork or chopsticks to leave more sauce behind.

I don't know about you, but how else would you eat Chinese food but using a fork or chopsticks? Spoon like a baby?

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Goldfish memory

So the stereotype image of average American is right, they do have goldfish memory. From CNNMoney:

American consumers have reinforced all the stereotypes they are labeled
with: short attention spans, lack of social consciousness and thinking
with their wallets.

You know, I am ashame of being a British passport holder for all the sins they committed back in the 19th and early 20th century. I am also ashame of being born Chinese for what Mao had done to our own people during the 20th century. And now I am going to be ashame (in advance) of living in America for all of your excesses and inconsideration for the Earth and its inhabitants.

The supply of oil is not limitless but apparently the current
generation of Americans is all too willing to exhaust it by buying more
vehicle than they need and letting their children and grandchildren
fend for themselves.

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