China is large and old. Its people invented gunpowder and the most peaceful poem of home. The Last Samurai is set in Japan, but it tells the history of China, the lesson of China.
It doesn't matter. Japs, chinks, slopes on the other side of yankees and ragheads. The slippery slope of human integrity. Self? Swords in China are now for easy dance, not for killing. Can we learn ego? www.star.net/silence
China is large and old. Its people invented gunpowder and the most peaceful poem of home. The Last Samurai is ... of human integrity. Self? Swords in China are now for easy dance, not for killing. Can we learn ego? www.star.net/silence[/nq]Gerbils are small and young (by our standards), though the species is ancient. They are native to the Gobi Desert, which is near China. They have four feet and claws that can lacerate. They also have sharp teeth that can puncture. Long ago they learned to use their sharp teeth for eating and gnawing and their clawed forefeet for holding prey or seeds. In the United States they hunt and kill "miller" moths. Unlike the Japanese, gerbils have four feet.

Even though their name starts with "G" most people would not confuse them with "Genghis Khan" who was also from Mongolia though it is rumored that Genghis Khan only had two feet. If you look down on the Gobi Desert from a very high height, gerbils will appear to be very small. People, though they are not rodents, will also appear to be very small if they viewed from a very high height. Can we learn coherency?

RonB
"There's a story there...somewhere"
It doesn't matter. Japs, chinks, slopes on the other side of yankees and ragheads.

These epithets are vulgar and offensive.
Lois
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It doesn't matter. Japs, chinks, slopes on the other side of yankees and ragheads.

These epithets are vulgar and offensive.

I think she/he knows that.

RonB
"There's a story there...somewhere"