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Delegates at China’s largely ceremonial parliament, the National People’s Congress, have been warned to keep their smartmobes firmly in their pockets during the annual ten-day snoozefest meeting. Such is the temptation to relieve the boredom at the Congress, which does little more than rubber-stamp decisions already made by the …

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Biased Westen Reporting,

At least they understand the internet and how it works, which is more than can be said for the selfserving elite governing our land.

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Re: Biased Westen Reporting,

the selfserving elite misgoverning our land.

There. Fixed it for you.

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"In 2012, three ministers in Indian state of Karnataka were forced to resign after apparently watching porn on a mobile phone during a debate in the House."

If that's the worst they do, they have nothing to worry about.

I remember reading about a couple of guys in a Calcutta railway station who were watching a porn video on their work machines. And it would have been a non-event right there - if it weren't for the fact the monitors they were using at the time were routed to the timetable displays out on the platforms.

I tried to google for a URL of the news event, and found it had happened a number of times already. Some people never learn...

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Don't forget the Indonesian parlaiment guy

Who was seen watching porn during a session.

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