There's a whole "Hu's on First," Abbot-and-Costello-style routine to be written about Chinese President Hu Jintao, but since your editor isn't a comedy writer he'll (mercifully) leave that to someone else. In the meantime, Hu had a heck of a week in the U.S. last week, including some less-than-friendly (although totally appropriate -- even necessary) comments from Steve Ballmer about how the software piracy rate in China is 90 percent.
OK, OK, we can't resist just a little tidbit: Hu's the president of China. I don't know. Who's the president of China? Yes, you do know. That's right. Hu's the president of China. No, I don't know. Who's the president of China? Exactly. What? Who? Right, Hu. I don't know who! Of course you do. Hu's the president of China. I don't know. Who's the president of China? Yes…
Oh, it's just not as good in writing. Try your hand at a Hu bit and send it to [email protected]
Posted by Lee Pender on 01/24/2011 at 1:23 PM
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