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Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, center, cheers after Mao Asada's performance during the Team Ice Dance Short Dance at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics on Saturday.

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Did we just pay for this?

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That's Mori-san sitting next to him. He is still a party animal - amazing...

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Sense I: we've only just started paying. There is plenty of mileage in this gravy train. Hope you have deep pockets.

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A graduate of the Charles Bronson school of cheerleading.

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Mori san told that hwe will not live to see Olympic and tried to resign from JOC Committee. He was wrong. He is there. Naga-iki aojiisan.

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Go back to work! It's not your job description to watch and cheer at the olympics.

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Mao Asada probably bridesmaid once again.

No chance against Yu-na Kim the gold medalist.

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toshiko: I believe Mori was talking about the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.

Anyway, I think they misspelled 'fascist' here and wrote 'fan' by accident.

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Cheers for Prime Minister Abe for taking time to cheer for our Japanese athletes . I like Prime Ministe Abe , he's sassy ..

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