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December 28, 2012


China Requiring People To Visit Their Aged Parents

(Thanks to jon harris)


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There are going to be a whole lotta lawsuits in Kaifeng. Ay, my grandchildren never visit.

What is worse is that the children are then forced to set up their aged parents PCs, tablets, Wi-Fi, and streaming NetFlix service. Even more severe assignments include reinstalling Microsoft Windows Vista.

Wouldn't be a problem over here; most adult kids are still living at home.

Funny. Last night at dinner, I told my in-laws, "I love my kids, too, but thank god they go home."

I've always thought as children as slaves because I see all my friends using their kids and grandkids thusly. Sometimes I'm jealous, but then I slap myself into reality.

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