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Hsu Strings

Introducing "Hsu Strings" a roundup of Hsu related news that's not quite worth making a full post about.


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Wow! 3 Hsu stories already ... (Below threshold)

Wow! 3 Hsu stories already today. Pretty soon you'll get that pretty pony.

I love it when you're scare... (Below threshold)

I love it when you're scared jp2, you're even dumber than usual.

If you're going to... (Below threshold)
If you're going to come to this country and pick an American name, with all the names to choose from, why do you pick 'Norman'?

Whaddaya suggest? "Shaquille Hsu", maybe? :)

As Maybee points out at Jus... (Below threshold)

As Maybee points out at JustOneMinute, this guy, right before his purported suicide attempt, takes the time to take a dig at his patroness's biggest competitor. One of the suicide notes fingers Obama's campaign, obliquely.

If hill the pill gets her w... (Below threshold)

If hill the pill gets her way hsu has a shallow grave in his future....

Norman Hsu got on a charter... (Below threshold)

Norman Hsu got on a chartered jet with his passport. Typed a suicide letter and sent it to numerous charities and acquaintances, then boarded a train in order to have some much needed privacy for hsuicide.

Pretty much a textbook suicide case so far...

Just a few points about the missing 40 million...

1. Hsu told Source Financial the money was to manufacture clothes for Gucci & Prada in China. Neither company manufactures any items in China, ever.

2. Source Financial never noticed that Hsu's businesses didn't exist before loaning him money. They also failed to check his background, or look for a factory in China connected to Hsu.

3. Source Financial was accepting checks post dated by 135 days as payment on their huge loans to Hsu.

4. Source Financial employees are also big Hillary donors.

5. Hillary set aside 1 million dollars of taxpayer money for a "Woodstock" museum. The head of Source Financial was a major Woodstock promoter and also a long time Clinton friend.

6. It took 2 weeks for the head of Source Financial to realize there might be some kind of connection between his company, Clinton, and Hsu.

7. One of the recipients of Hsu's suicide note googled the term "Hsu Suicide" BEFORE anyone knew where he was or what he was doing - according to Michelle Malkin.

These are just a few of the latest strange facts in this case.

Why should these people be ... (Below threshold)

Why should these people be permitted to donate again at all? To anyone?

If I donate money to a candidate because a benefactor paid me back for that contribution, should I be permitted to just send that money back once it was returned?

How would you feel about that jp2? I mean, considering how you and I have differing political persuasions?

Here's all the dope on H$U ... (Below threshold)
Captain Joe:
It's really stupid for Hill... (Below threshold)

It's really stupid for Hillary to ask the donor's for the money back unless she's disengenuously trying to sound ingenuous about the criminality of the endeavour.

This was a big machine, though, and the only way to stop the FBI now, is through illicit control of the Justice Department.

<a href="http://www.floppin... (Below threshold)

http://www.floppingaces.net/2007/09/13/another-democrat-thrown-in-jai/index.html --Go read this article and you'll understand were the democrats get they're ethics.

"jp2"--just plain "clue"(2)... (Below threshold)

"jp2"--just plain "clue"(2)less.

Defend your Criminal Frau... (Below threshold)

Defend your Criminal Frauds jp2. What's the matter, no guts?

Chinese in the West usually... (Below threshold)

Chinese in the West usually pick 'sounds like' names. I knew a Wei Sung who called himself here 'Wilson'. Jackie Chan used Chong Huein as 'John Wayne'. Yung Yuen does (if you listen softly for similarity rather than difference) sound like 'Norman'. 'Jungian' might be better, but it's not a name.

Woody, that Chong Huein / J... (Below threshold)

Woody, that Chong Huein / John Wayne reference for Jackie Chan was actually just a joke used in context of the movie "Shanghai Noon". Also, most mainland Chinese do not acquire a westernized name - it's far more common in Hong Kong, where the cultural influence from Britain, even now, is significant.

Both Mandarin and Cantonese are essentially phonetic languages though, you are right about that, and it plays a role in their culture. The Chinese word for the number 4, for example, sounds a lot like both the Mandarin and Cantonese words for "death", so 4 is considered unlucky. The Cantonese word for the number 8 sounds a lot like the word for "success" and "fortune", so 8 is considered a lucky number, but not so much on the mainland, where the Mandarin word for 8 does not match "success".

Also, and I mention it just as a by-the-by, in both Mandarin and Cantonese, repeating a word multiplies its meaning, so that 88 is much better than 8, and 888 best of all.

I would also mention that in Hong Kong, children are often given a westernized middle name by their parents, and so "Norman" may really be a reference to a friend of his parents, or else - like parents everywhere - thy may have just liked the name.

accidentally "report"-ed co... (Below threshold)

accidentally "report"-ed comment #1. Please disregard. smudge, er, pudge






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