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Plum job

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Prime Minister Naoto Kan holds baskets of plums presented by Miss Plum Saki Yasuda, left, and Miss Plum Kaori Ikenaga, right, representing the Kishu Plum Organization at his official residence in Tokyo on Monday.

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This is topical because it seems Ozawa and Tanigaki have Kan by the plums too.

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"Sweet Memories of Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan 2011" - please resign now !

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Going to hell in a handbasket.

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A farewell gift perhaps?

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my turn - miss plum saki is a peach but miss plum kaori is a lemon. ta da!

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Does this mean that Kan now has the plums to lead Japan through an economic recovery?

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Is it because his approval ratings have plummeted?

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The girl on the left is nice!

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Look at his plums!!

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Nice to see a smile on his face.

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Sheesh. The guy needs help holding a basket of plums.

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They will all eventually become prunes.

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Plum sake and other kinds of cuisines are traditionally preserved and promoted in Japan and abroad. PM Kaoto Kan has his time and is ready for his next destination. Two Japanese ladies, in their traditional costumes, reflect Japan's combined virtues of tradition and modern society. Two ladies are also supporting PM in their gratitudes and respects. Plum job is a good sign.

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Stop horsing around with plums and devote all his time to fixing the meltdowns and saving the country from a complete nuclear nightmare with increased radiation levels.

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Kan looks pleased as plums.

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Plum sake and other kinds of cuisines are traditionally preserved and promoted in Japan and abroad. PM Kaoto Kan has his time and is ready for his next destination. Two Japanese ladies, in their traditional costumes, reflect Japan's combined virtues of tradition and modern society. Two ladies are also supporting PM in their gratitudes and respects. Plum job is a good sign.

Cut the nonsense, asianTourist.

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Cut the nonsense

BurakuminDes, is you from a wrong planet? I need to teach you how to respect and democracy ...

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Glad he is working hard to rebuild a new Japan

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