China asks for handicap

On December 7, 2007, in General, by Neil Stevens

The AP reports of a Chinese government official lecturing the US:

China insisted Friday the U.S. and other wealthy nations should bear the burden of curbing global warming, saying the problem was created by their lavish way of life. It rejected mandatory emission cuts for its own developing industries.

In other news, Boston Red Sox GM Theo Epstein is reported to support the New York Yankees taking positive steps to reduce the escalation of payrolls in baseball, while rejecting calls for his own team not to bid on stars like Johan Santana.

Sony is also rumored to favor Nintendo to take the first steps in combating childhood obesity, by reducing the level of fun in games for its popular Wii and DS systems, while opposing making the Playstation 3 less fun.


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