Greg Hunter

Reader Contest: Supply the Context

In The Internet on August 17, 2009 at 10:05 AM

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The funnest part about surfing the web from China is the local ads that appear on websites. Like the one above, that I found on NYTimes.com. The ad looks completely meaningless; a food pyramid looking triangle with three labels that don’t really seem to point to something. After the jump, I’ll tell you what the Chinese title is, but I’m warning you it really doesn’t clarify what the picture is about much.

你的英语什么水平 = What is your English language?

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  1. seems pretty intuitive — the more english you know the better your chances of climbing the management ladder.

  2. Ass. And how does that connect with the pyramid with a navigation symbol in it. Damn, Dan.

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