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January 06, 2009

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kailing

Good, I propose that that day the GFW be switched-off 24 hours, so we can see the whole WWW without walking through in unknown paths...

Ping

To present the original flavour, I translate 'TM-GouShi' here:

TM: Ta Ma De, or damned
GouShi: dog shit.

It's witty that one commenter pointed out:

The first email sent from Chinese Academy of Science read: "Across the Great Wall we can reach every corner in the world". Now it should be "Across the Great FireWall we can reach every corner in the world".

If you read Chinese, there are more fun posts in the link.

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