Discussion » Current Events » No salt in the market

  • High Priest
    High Priest wrote:
    <p>I was told to buy salt. They said the new production of salt could be contaminated as the sea is polluted with the leaking from Japan nuclear plant. I went to different supermarket and couldn't find salt. Interesting!</p>
  • Kent Bekkavik
    Kent Bekkavik wrote:

    What about the baby seals in the sea? Terrifying!

  • High Priest
    High Priest wrote:

    Bedtyger, God has blessed for your offering. We Priest won't get involved into monkey Biz, welcome to our Universal Church

    @Tracy, Salt doesn't prevent nuclear radiation. People have bought the current one because they fear the newly produced will be contaminated.

    Some specialist here can help us understand if it's true or not.

  • Yuki
    Yuki wrote:

    I am so angry with the stupid chinese old people...they are so innocent, rude, not civilized. they spite everywhere, they push people when they are in crowd, now they starts buying salt from supermarket, i am so fed up with those stupid people!!!!!

  • Yuki
    Yuki wrote:

    Salt is so cheap, but if everyone rush to get it, then it will be expensive, just like the apartment in bj, if everyone wants it, then it will increase the price....

    Why chinese people are like this, do we think the food we eat are clean? dirty oil, polluted vegetables...

    I have never say any dirty word in wlib, now i am see  :" Fock!

  • 叮噹叔叔 (令狐叮噹)

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    Hahahahaha ... I am often angry with stupid too ... but the key is that they are stupid, and dont know that they are stupid ... oh, look who's here!

  • High Priest
    High Priest wrote:

    Yuki, sorry over that, this sald situation is just a speculation, those who bought much will find themselves dumping them

  • Stine Ekren
    Stine Ekren wrote:

    why not we pray like this: "God, how can I not being fearful of anything in the world" instead of praying:"God,I hope salt will not be contaminated"

  • Yuki
    Yuki wrote:

    High priest, no prob, i will see you this saturday at your church and pray for them....

  • Tina
    Tina's猫 wrote:

    gosh

    this is going unbelievably crazy,all i hear today is NO SALT,crazy buying salt,looking for salt

  • Tina
    Tina's猫 wrote:

    seems it's same for all of you guys here ,isn't it,from now on,my catch phrase will be

    "did you buy salt today?"

  • High Priest
    High Priest wrote:

    You are welcome Yuki, I shall pray for you. Lord bless

  • High Priest
    High Priest wrote:

    Agree with Ami. In defastation, there's opportunity

  • Yuki
    Yuki wrote:

    @High priest, are you sure the address you send me it is a church? cause that is more like office building..

  • Yuki
    Yuki wrote:
  • Stine Ekren
    Stine Ekren wrote:

    中国新闻说,风是往美国吹的,美国新闻说风是往中国吹的,韩国新闻也说,自己很安全,这风到底是往哪里吹的?风表示自己压力很大,不知道该往哪吹?

  • High Priest
    High Priest wrote:

    @Godfather, that HCOS&S (Holy Church Of Sin & S) in Wudaoko where u often attend is different with this one where we worship the God almighty. Please don't confuse

  • Micky
    Micky wrote:

    Seems people are begining to seek the face of the Lord because of the earthquake in Japan..

    You can attend our church too but I am not sure if none foreign passport holders are allowed to attend.

    www.cogs-bj.org

    Congregation of the Good Shephered.

  • 雪地
    雪地 wrote:

    @yuki: agree, old people have to much time and often bad manners ...

    today i bought some sugar, and some people ask me if this would be salt and ask for how much i would sell it to them ... lol

    Not only salt has iodine, and the salt does not only come from japanese sea sides, guess it would not even change the salt price if there is a japanese salt ban in china. BUT a bunch of wild old people in china can bring the price to 300% ;-)

  • 叮噹叔叔 (令狐叮噹)

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    Hahahahahaha ... salt might become more expensive than cocaine soon ...

     

  • Yuki
    Yuki wrote:

    I have bought a small box of salt which was imported from US in Jenny luis couple weekes ago, the price was 5.6rmb..so cheap

  • High Priest
    High Priest wrote:
  • 雪地
    雪地 wrote:

    @high priest: depend where you like to buy it, i guess its pretty cheap in columia ^^

  • High Priest
    High Priest wrote:

    @Xuedi, where is this Columia? bedtyger, any idea?

  • 叮噹叔叔 (令狐叮噹)

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    Hahahahahaha ... High Priest ... I dont know, but some of the people on this thread must be high on something, so you could ask them ...

    Anyway, the behaviour of the "salt rush" is obviously a result of lack of education, hence poor judgement, like the case of boycotting Carrefour a few years ago ...

    So, as much as I agree that many of these have bad manners and all that, many of them have never had a chance to have good or proper education, and they still think China is a communist country ... and saying stupid people are stupid, is the same as saying your guys are intelligent ... what's the point of that?

  • pommie
    pommie wrote:

    It's incredible that people believe salt will protect them from radiation poison!

    I guess these are the same people who believe TCM works...

  • pommie
    pommie wrote:

    Chinese people do get themselves worked into a frenzied mob very quickly!

    Remember when several people died in a stampede because Carefour was selling cooking oil at 20% discount?

    No wonder the government is so scared of a J"$m!n3xxx R3v0lut!0nxxx.

  • N-Die 北京的法国人

    Anyway chinese dishes are too salty...

    It for the good of everybody if they don't sell salt anymore.... Too much salt in dishes is not good for your heart !

  • CJ. Lew
    CJ. Lew wrote:

    sayin somebody stupid doesnt make you any smarter . tryin to understand maybe a better way. 

    anyhow, people get mad when they feel afraid.

  • Nadia Scheie
    Nadia Scheie wrote:

    ??? I dont cook......Im wondering if the salt stop suply to restaurants, or will the food rising price by salt??

    and im curious, how to use the salt? for oral administration or external use?

  • Martin Svean
    Martin Svean wrote:

    do a survey on that one.

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