Tuesday, March 24, 2015

The Glowing VaJayJay

She's So Hot !

UNITED NATIONS – China’s war on women features forced abortions, the murder of female infants and now a new outrage: radioactive sanitary napkins.

A shipment of more than half a ton of radioactive sanitary napkins made in China was seized at the Beirut airport Friday, the Daily Star reports.

Lebanon Finance Minister Ali Hasan Khalil says the suspect feminine hygiene products emitted a level of radioactivity 35 times higher than is considered safe.

The maxi pads were manufactured by Anion, a Chinese company that claims the radiation is a feature, not a bug. The company’s website refers to the radiation as “air vitamins” that provide “significantly [sic] benefit to human health and daily routine,” the Daily Mail reports.

The Star reported the shipment involved 554 kilograms, or more than 1,200 pounds of products, in about 30 crates.

The Mail explained that Anion claims on its website its product “emits intensive anion stream beneficial to human health in amount up to 5800 for cm2.”

The newspaper elaborated that “ionization happens when atoms are given high-energy ionizing radiation, electrical voltage or high temperature. Atomic nuclei that have been completely ionized are called charged particles and are also radioactive.”

“Poorly Made in China” by Paul Midler has been called “a dramatic romp through China’s export manufacturing sector, one that reveals what really goes on behind the scenes.”

Last month, Lebanon authorities seized a shipment of mobile phone covers that were radioactive.

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Anonymous said...

After about six months of sex with your girlfriend. . . Your tool turns into a glow stick!

It's called family planning in chicom land.


Anonymous said...

Reminds me of a scene in the movie Skin Deep. Glow in the dark rubbers.

drew458 said...

I always thought that buying my own Geiger counter would put me in Tin Foil Hat Land forever, but now I'm not so sure. Wasn't a big chunk of all those billions spent on Homeland Security supposed to go for radiation detection to stop stuff like this from even getting into the country?

Anonymous said...

But, but, but <a href="http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4639165,00.html'.Israel was condemned by the UN for violating women's rights</a>. This can't be right.


JLW III said...

Sorry; that should have been:

But, but, but Israel was condemned by the UN for violating women's rights. This can't be correct.


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