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I fucking hate interacting with monolids. They are the most inconsiderate scumbags in the world and I absolutely hate working with them. They are noisy, they act like they own the place, and they overcompensate for the lack of eyelids, penis, and body hair by being total assholes to every goddamn stranger they come across.

I'm part Chinese myself but damn, fuck these people, throw in the Koreans too especially the hardcore opinionated virgin gamers with micro SD slots as eye holes. Fucking pieces of shit, motherfucker. No one makes my blood boil and evaporate as much as you cunts do. Even at work, the airline company had to make changes to their applications to have some sort of rating system for agents who book flights in bulk and then cancel them last minute.

And all these programmer and gamer maggots are sooooooo opinionated and so desperate to roast any random stranger on the internet that just having a nice conversation about a topic isn't possible because they will jump into the conversation and judge people's characters based on what they use/play. If someone doesn't want to use/play what they're using/playing or is having second thoughts because of some bad reviews, they mock you for not being an "independent" thinker. Okay, China.

I'm all for dirty, dark, racist, and all kinds of offensive humor but damn, some people can't see the difference between an opinion and a fact. They hear what you say, misinterpret it to the fucking extreme, and boom "You don't like this game I like, therefore you are not an independent thinker." Every time, I encounter an asshole like this, I search for what they look like and it's always the famous incel face that comes in all shades or the typical "All the white bois stole my chinky hoes, now I'm gonna be hostile towards anyone because there's no way I can dominate with my lipstick cock."

They lack basic reading comprehension but they have all the courage to start a fight like a fucking moron. Usually, I'd let it pass but I just can't this time. As soon as I called him out on it, I get a bunch of DMs from people saying he's a dick but no one has ever told him he was until I did. We'll see how this fucker fights. I know it's childish but fuuuuuck, the target location of the new plague is too goddamn accurate. Thank you, Satan. Hail, you.

As our client always say, "The Chinese, they are shitty shitty people."

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    Um, I don't agree with everything but it's your opinion and I believe we can respect that.
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    @Ranchu I feel ashamed for the racism but glad to get that out of my chest. Damn.
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    Well, Chinese are like Japanese cavemen.
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    Having spoken to someone living in Guangdong, he has wondered why the people around him are so shitty.

    The reason he found is simple: There is a strong social hierarchy. It is not unsimilar to the caste system in India.
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    I have had more trouble working with Indians. There is a some weird social posturing that gets in the way.

    If I say “could you think of why you shouldn’t invent a date standard here?” I get one of two responses…

    Blah blah I have a masters in CS from some prestigious university. I should be running this company. I have a longer career than you. I get paid more. I don’t care! Stop writing shit code. This has nothing to do with your social posture. Learn some of the foundational stuff and implement it so we don’t have to deal with your shit.

    Or “I’m sorry I’ll never do it again.” Then they fall silent and agree with everything without question. It isn’t humble or respectful turning off your brain. You aren’t attacking authority by thinking about the problem. Talk it through and address the nuances with me so that you understand. It may require asking questions not simply accepting my words as “the voice of truth.”
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    @Fast-Nop Whenever I go on island hopping, I specifically tell them not to mix me with the Chinese or Koreans. Here, it's not much of a big deal, no one calls you a racist and the boat men themselves know how hard it is to deal with them.

    There were too many occasions when they just ruin everything for everyone but two I remember was when this old Chinese guy stole some corals. We found out because the boat rocked and the contents of his pockets got out. Who the fuck does that? No one knows. The other guy just pointed at him and said, "Smuggling!"

    He then proceeded to steal other people's seats and at one time grabbed this other guy's camera while he's using it like it's fucking his. The guy was pretty chill about it and just made jokes about the Chinese stealing everything they can. It really is like a scene from the national geographic when monkeys do "adorable" things.
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    Another time, we went to a buffet and the schedule is we would spend 1-2 hours there before we move on to another location. The boat man was tying the boat to a stand so we can get off it safely when this morbidly obese motherfucker ran across the boat and jumped to the other side. It rocked the boat hard. Probably the most fit he's ever felt in his life.

    I was unlucky enough to be the only one with a group of friends (not my friends) who are all Chinese. They inhaled their food and were back on the boat within 30 minutes (including falling in line to get food and actually eating it), staring at me as if I'm ruining their vacation because I chew my food. The boat man noticed that I feel pressured by this and he kept telling me to take my time 'cause were way ahead of schedule. He tells the group the same.

    In my head, I just want to bazooka that fucking boat and call it a mystery.
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    @kescherRant One more reason not to visit China. :/
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    @irene I had the same experience with some Indians but my interaction with them usually ends when I'm not working. I do remember a solutions architect who's a fucking dick to everyone including his own kind. Indian BAs could ask him about the requirements and he'd say something like, "You don't need me here. It's not rocket science."

    Funny enough, when his previous work had issues, he suddenly needed our help. It took all my strength not to be petty and say, "You don't need me here. It's not rocket science."

    That's basically it, though. Outside of work, I never had to deal with them.
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    @irene Number 1 rule for interacting with Indian devs: ALWAYS ask as open questions as possible. Whenever I come across something that looks odd, my standard phrase is "please explain".

    Also, I encountered the hierarchy thing mostly with wild Indians - it takes me anywhere from one to four weeks to tame them. Then I usually have them in another mindset like "we all want the best for the product".
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    @Fast-Nop Wild Indians. :D
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    @rutee07 @Fast-Nop I’m in Canada so wild Indians are encouraged to pursue their cultural identity even the terrible parts like social stratification. If you fill an office in Canada with people from India you have an Indian office in Canada not a Canadian office with workers from India. It also depends a lot which part of India they are from.

    Outside work I have some friends from India. They do some things like try to look rich in front of people and brag about their education but for the most part they are pretty decent.
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    @irene Yeah we also have some Indians, I jokingly refer to them as "curry mafia", which is not meant as insult. I've also been over to India several times, and sure it was chaotic, but I liked it.
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    "with micro SD slots as eye holes:

    Damn, really out for blood there senpai!

    Btw don't catch WhuFlu otherwise i'm gonna be super pissed.

    @kescherRant

    It's just a gut hunch, but I suspect on a long enough timeline all civilizations stabalize into a caste system or collapse.

    @irene

    "the voice of truth."

    You are obviously too good and pure to take advantage of your new found super powers.

    @rutee07

    I think this is a symptom of inner city living.

    My brother in law came from detroit. It is exactly as you just described. Every crowded-as-all-hell city is regardless of who live in it.

    @Fast-Nop

    wild Indians

    Usually the problem is no one wants to be an indian, everyone wants to be a chief. Then you have too many chiefs. Sounds like you have the opposite problem. No one wants

    to be chief, or even follow a chief.

    Alas, things fall apart, the center does not hold.
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    @Wisecrack the other kind of Indians. The ones you would find if you went around the world westward from Europe and jumped over “the new world.”

    I don’t have any special power besides being detail oriented. It simply makes it impossible to talk to someone like a normal person if they push themselves into a lower social position.
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    @irene I hate it when people are given a chance to have a better life and better opportunity in another country, they shit on the locals and spread their toxicity instead. If they lack respect for the culture of the country they're going to, they can just do whatever they want and if they're called out on it, the other person is the racist one.
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    @Wisecrack We now have some guards in the condominium entrance scanning everyone for symptoms and almost everyone around me is wearing surgical masks.

    The dickhead I got into a fight with yesterday got kicked out of the server. I had a discussion with a member who used to box and we both agreed that it's a symptom of a tiny penis and lack of ass beat down. Someone who lived a sheltered life, probably in an inner city like you said, but definitely someone who is so spoiled that they haven't gotten their mouths punched mid-sentence and forced to swallow their knocked over teeth.

    I rarely see this bad behavior from fighters, the big guys, they're always cool unless provoked. Even the criminals I grew up with don't start shit for no reason. My oldest brother is a cunt like him, he treated everyone like shit. All it took was one punch in the face from some random guy he screamed at, he learned to keep his attitude in check when dealing with people outside his family circle.
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    @rutee07

    For sure you definitely got to know the people or know the *kind* of people you're messing with before messing with them!

    It's okay to joke around some of the time just don't joke around with people who are the wrong type.

    Gotta know how to read people.

    I love boxing. No good at it though.
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    As someone who was born in two culture (mixed), lived in another (house, location-wise) and dealt with a completely different one in kindergarten(and from then on)... I think there is no wrong or right when it comes to social behavior. There are accepted things, and things frowned upon.
    Like, even rocking the boat may be considered good in his. (or just comes from his survival instinct, which funnily people out of their ordinary env tend to fall back on very quickly and often)
    Either way, stop being racist and blame individuals instead of groups cuz you may be missing out on some good ones. 😉 (mind you, I don't have any Asian friends, per se. I have friends from Asian backgrounds, which for some reason that one generation later makes a massive difference in social behaviors)
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    I don't think hes being racist. Just venting.

    Sort of like my cousin Ty when she has a bad day "fucking WHITE ASS CRACKAS!", and I'm white. (well, Sephardic, Portuguese, and Irish, wouldn't know though if you met me.).
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    @Wisecrack She's being racist she's just not acting on it. (thank fuck)
    But still, as Jean-Paul Sartre would say "Words are loaded pistols".
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    @Wisecrack btw, what would I think if I met you? "Semi-professional male model, looks too good to be smart!" or "Half Irish, must be drunk half the time!"?
    (attempted joke at the whole "discrimination!" and "Words hurt!" kind of ideology, just in case I failed to get the point across. You get what I mean)
    P.S. Just to clarify, I do not believe any of the general statements made above about certain groups.
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    @NoMad No wrong or right for social behaviours?

    I grew up in a redneck community where openly talking about things was discouraged. All conflict that doesn’t end in physical fighting is bad. You can’t point out when anyone is wrong or talk through a problem. In that social system, there is no room for correction or growth. People develop biases based on generalizations because they can’t discuss nuance.

    It is socially acceptable to say, “That family is a bunch of commies.” or “At least I don’t raise my boys like faggots.” or various other derogatory slurs in full seriousness. Lots of slander and family wars.

    I went back once and someone said to me in the hardware store, “We don’t like yuppies much round here.”

    Yet the town thrives to this day. If there is no wrong or right then that social behaviour is just as right and valid as anything else. Which we all know is crap.
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    @irene I get what you mean, but those beliefs are wrong by your standards, which btw are very up to date. Unlike the culture you're criticizing which has been holding the same beliefs for about a 200+ years.

    What I'm trying to say is, what they consider wrong, you don't. And what you consider wrong, they don't. Even tho I side with you on most beliefs, as you and I probably have grown accustomed by now to the current global culture that preaches tolerance and conversation instead of violence and uniformity, they also have a right to be backwards and narrow-minded and hold onto outdated beliefs. To think that you can educate everybody is just unrealistic, so what you're looking for is to shut them up or make them behave as you like them to. (which, surprisingly, is what they want to do too. I guess you have more in common with them than you think)

    Ofc intervention is required when they aim for violence against minorities, but aside from that you must let them live as they like too.
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    @NoMad My beliefs on it are deeply rooted in my faith. My stance about equality and fairness doesn’t come from inward and certainly isn’t sourced from recent writings. When I read old documents like the Canadian bill of rights from 60 years ago it makes far more sense than the perpetually shifting post modern lefty things. Or Charles Spurgeon speaking out against slavery in the mid 19th century. Or the list goes on with writings from people that for thousands of years, like myself, focused on building “the kingdom of God”. That doesn’t mean corruption and control from behind a mask didn’t exist but when the word got out it always left a wake in society when it did.

    My understanding of it was the way I could see the truth about the place I grew up. It is what let me have distance from it.

    https://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng...
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    @irene I have nothing further to talk about when you bring up "the kingdom of god".

    Goethe said it best, "He who cannot draw on three thousand years is living from hand to mouth."
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    @NoMad

    I like you. You're very contrarian. Lets do this.

    Yes, I was a male model. TRUE STORY (lol)

    If you met me, you'd think I'm gorgeous, unless you're a guy, in which caseyou'd still think I'm gorgeous.

    Also half drunk constantly.

    I'm of the opinion that hate is normal and healthy, as is upsetting people and physical confrontation as long as no one is maimed or

    seriously injured.

    I thoroughly enjoy watching proud boys and antifa beat each other. With few exceptions, minor disturbances like that, street fights,

    loud protests, all have been a relief valve for destructive tendencies in society, tendencies that are natural and normal in people.

    The suppression of honest opinions, and the ability to mediate their own differences tends to radicalize people and drive towards worse outcomes.

    Maybe it's just because I deeply desire that Washington's state's law allowing 'mutual combat' be extended to all 50 states.

    Think of the entertainment value!
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    @NoMad My point is that we aren’t living in some kind of modern age where seeking equality is somehow new. You brought up “the current global culture teaching tolerance and conversation”. I say that this has little to do with “the current global culture teaching tolerance and conversation” because I didn’t grow up with tolerance or conversation. The western idea is very deeply rooted in beliefs older that “the current global culture”. Without a metric for truth we live in a post modern time where nothing is right or wrong.

    Although it is kind of funny that you terminated the conversation during a note on tolerance because my beliefs differ.
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    @irene

    Humans aren't perfect. The left has a fair number of hypocrisies and bugbears. The right does too.

    I drink out of grief for the future of humanity, fully knowing that peace is impossible and these sides and worldviews will never reconcile.

    And then I think about how boring it will be if they do, and then I drink some more.
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    @Wisecrack mutual combat, sure. Not persecution of minorities, or bullying people into a fight. If it is really consensual, I couldn't care less about people beating each other up. I wouldn't befriend them tho. (something about when fists talk, brains shut up or whatever)

    Hate is normal, but not healthy. It should be managed or else... Uyghurs, Tibetan, Jews, Gays, Gypsies and so many other minorities that were brutally discriminated against or mass murdered. They didn't sign up for the stuff that happened to them. Mind you, that includes the Irish a few centuries back.

    Protests are a different story entirely imho. Can't be bothered getting into that rn.

    Side note: As much your confidence is admirable, my standards for beauty are different. So chances of me thinking you're gorgeous are pretty slim. 😉 Sorry for bruising your ego!
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    @irene "tolerance" doesn't mean engagement or participation. 😜
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    @NoMad It is pretty normal for people to just stop talking to you when they find out that you are a Christian. Christianity is my lens now. It is through that lens the world makes sense to me. Blah blah you are an adult with an imaginary friend. Your kind started all kinds of wars. You are responsible for so much hatred and bigotry.
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    @NoMad

    "Hate is normal, but not healthy."

    In small amounts most human emotions are healthy.

    This is true of many things. The exercise of emotions in healthy amounts I've found,

    especially negative ones, robs them of their potentcy.

    > Uyghurs, Tibetan, Jews, Gays, Gypsies and so many other minorities that were brutally discriminated

    The word you're looking for is "persecution" not discrimination. One isn't effective

    without the state enabling it, the other can exist with or without it. I know.

    I experienced it as a 'latino' in a small white town. And I've been called a Jew a number

    of times, used as a slur (admittedly I'm like 1/8th).
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    > Not persecution of minorities, or bullying people into a fight.

    On the contrary what I've found is rules against these things, bullying and fighting,

    time and time and time again, have in my experience been used universally to punish

    victims or boat-rockers rather than the bullies. In fact I've found bullies tend to adapt

    to exploit these very rules and provoke their targets at the worst possible times.

    Think of it as a sort of provocation and warfare through rules, or something loosely

    akin to lawfare.

    More generally I've seen how the law disarms us, minorities and non-minority alike, not

    merely in weapons, but in the very principle of self defense.

    Allow me to illustrate: Two years ago, late one night, a man tried to climb in my younger

    sister's window. My father chased him off.
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    his man would, that very same week, climb in the neighbors window and try to grab HIS

    daughter. The neighbor shot the invader. This neighbor was black as midnight and went

    to prison for owning a firearm (may have been a felon, I don't know.)

    Point is, he had never bothered anyone in the neighborhood. Kept to himself. Ran off

    troublemakers even. And he was arrested, even though his daughter and him were the

    potential victims of a mentally disturbed man. Because a technicality. A victim punished

    for standing up to a bully essentially. This isn't a gun issue.

    Even if I don't like felons, or a drug dealers (he apparently sold weed before), when

    I found out he was arrested though there was nothing else he COULD have done, I was angry.

    Because a man, good or bad, was forced into a no-win situation, to defend his family,

    because of the crimes of another, and was punished as a result.

    This strikes me as fundamentally wrong, no matter who he was.
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    Minorities should not have to fear arrest for defense. Or even just a street brawl.

    I'm not calling for pandemonium. I just think we have too many laws created because

    people who mean well wanted them, but ultimately laws that are directly turned into

    legalese and "gotchas!" that nab people for doing what, situationally, is obviously nothing wrong.

    Take for example, immigrants. No one worth taking seriously would argue that

    regardless of your legal status, the laws shouldn't be applied equally. That an

    undocumented immigrant "SHOULDNT be allowed to defend themselve, or should be doubted

    in court against a citizen just because they're undocumented."

    More than anything I think people need to be enabled to settle things outside the legal

    system. That may mean a scuffle or shaking hands, who knows. But I know from experience

    people are capable of solving their own differences given a chance.

    Sorry for the flurry of posts. Hit the character limit.
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    @Wisecrack I’m not talking about left or right. I’m talking about the philosophical stance where moral absolutes don’t exist. If I set the rules of the game I can change them whenever I need an edge. I say “that is right for me” and suddenly I’m free to behave however I see fit. What eternal consequence or justice is there if I define my own truth?

    Since I already went this direction above, this concept is eating from “the tree of the knowledge of good and evil.” Or “we chose know and decide what is good or evil just like God.” This in a book written down around 10000 BC. Maybe this is a universal issue that we like to re-brand because it is core to humanity’s collective existence? Which is why we should put hope in eternal things.
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    @irene

    I don't know anything about 10,000 BC.

    It's 5778 for me.

    I don't pretend to be a great moralist but I try to live by a few simple rules regardless of who I deal with.

    They're also in a big book.

    It's called "The Ferengi Rules Of Acquisition."

    j/k!

    Treat people well. Defend one another, whoever needs defending. Give people the benefit of the doubt. Have patience, and forgive people their mistakes. Make learning a life long pursuit, and teach what you know so others can grow too. Make the others around you strong and don't punish them too harshly because of common human folly.

    Maybe theres a better and simpler set of guidelines and rules to live by. I wouldn't know.
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