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Posted in: Obama criticizes Trump's comments on Japan, S Korea acquiring nuclear weapons See in context

Of course Japan should be able to do whatever it takes to defend itself from the murderous regimes in China and North Korea. Not that Trump or Obama has any godly clue what that could possibly be. We have our own problems here in America with morons winning election after election. If I were Japanese I would not count on Obama or Clinton to do anything right.

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Posted in: Djokovic to face Nishikori in Miami Open final See in context

Go Japan!

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Posted in: China announces plan to limit large share sales See in context

It's like hell. The fires burn, and there's no escape.

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Posted in: 'Star Wars' becomes highest grossing U.S. domestic movie ever See in context

It's fun to watch. I rarely go out to the cinema, but this film was well worth the trouble.

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Posted in: Japan announces changes to refugee system See in context

Smart move. At least one country still has some sense.

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Posted in: Kanye West retreats on Grammys diss of Grammy winner Beck See in context

Beck's talent speaks for itself. The album is incredible.

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Posted in: Nishikori reaches 4th round of Australian Open See in context

You got this Nishikori! Go Japan!

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Posted in: Oxfam says richest 1% to own more than half of world's wealth by 2016 See in context

As Ayn Rand used to say "the best way to help the poor is not be one."

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Posted in: Japan says jets scrambling at record pace to counter Chinese, Russian intrusions See in context

Dictators do what dictators do and the West has many useful idiots who fail to recognize this. Abe gets it. If only our President would and stand united with our allies.

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Posted in: Facebook tries to cut down on hoaxes See in context

So news stories that are disagreeable to some readers will be marked as hoaxes. They need to put this one back in the thinker. I may have to go elsewhere for the news.

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Posted in: N Korea experiencing severe Internet outages See in context

We laugh, but he has nukes. How'd that happen?

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Posted in: 'Team America' screenings also pulled from U.S. theaters See in context

Appeasement of evil is never a successful strategy. The USA has been appeasing these communist monsters for decades. When will the fools learn that there can only be peace through strength. God bless Sony, they probably feel that they had no choice. The government has let us all down by failing to put a stop to this cyber warfare. These lice can only survive as parasites on free people.

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Posted in: Apple suppliers accused of poor treatment of workers See in context

This is sentimental rubbish. If no in can afford their products pridyced at a leisurely pace at high wages then where will those jobs go? People who know nothing about economics guilt tripping those who actually produce something of value and employ the unskilled.

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Posted in: LA mayor plans 7,000 police body cameras in 2015 See in context

Yes and this will help hold the criminals accountable so that he media and the race hustlers won't get to hold their national guilt fest at the expense of law enforcement and public safety.

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Posted in: Abe vows to rewrite constitution, instill patriotism in schools See in context

It's time. Good for you Abe.

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Posted in: Polls predict easy victory for Abe in Dec 14 election See in context

Good for Abe! Good for Japan!

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Posted in: Moody's cuts ratings on 5 Japanese banks See in context

The Japanese people finance their own debt. Japan is a creditor, not a debtor nation. It must grow its way out of debt. A lower yen is good for exports, that will help Japsnese industrial competitiveness。

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Posted in: Large amount of trash and waste left on Mt Fuji See in context

Stop promoting these sites and encouraging the hordes to appear. Why do we want crowds of people ruining our art museums and national parks. Let them watch tv.

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Posted in: Apple: Record 4 mil orders of iPhones on 1st day See in context

People are obsessed with these phones and other devices . It's hilarious.

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Posted in: Sony develops new camera for taking images in dark See in context

Henry you proved my point. The market is so dumbed down it doesn't know trashy junk when it sees it. That's right. The Japanese and Germans started with imitations and now they lead. It's alright if you're satisfied with junk. It's yor money. Buy whatever you choose.

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Posted in: Honda introduces self-driving car See in context

Why not just be hooked up to the internet and fed through tubes like in The Matrix. No need to travel.

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Posted in: Sony develops new camera for taking images in dark See in context

Sony is always the best, but the market is so dumbed down I'm not sure that superb is what people want. They seem to want the cheap trashy junk that pours out of Korea and China.

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Posted in: Sushi chat See in context

Abe is an inspiration. I'm not sure what Lagarde is a classic eurocratic bore. We need antidepressants to listen to that.

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Posted in: Japan's economy shrinks 1.8% in April-June See in context

Japan deserves better than this. You can't spend your way to prosperity. Freedom is the way to prosperity. Unleash the genius of Japan.

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Posted in: GM to offer car that will almost drive itself See in context

Run for your lives

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Posted in: Apple seeks old magic with new products See in context

I hope the new iPhone battery lasts longer. I can't live without it, but it would be nice if it lasted all day.

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Posted in: Toyota: Cars will be safer, but still need drivers See in context

I'm afraid that people will pay even less attention to their driving as these safety measures become more ubiquitous, however I look forward to having them in a future Prius. I like the way Toyota actually makes a huge impact by smartly implementing new technologies to practical use. The hybrid is a brilliant example.

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Posted in: Japanese fans rejoice over Nishikori's U.S. Open semifinal win See in context

Yay! I'm so happy for Nishikori and Japan.

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Posted in: Protesters march against Tokyo Olympic stadium See in context

Japan deserves a 21st century stadium for the Olympics. I don't want to see the old one go, but the new one will be more fitting for a forward looking Japan. What an amazing nation.

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Posted in: U.S. moves ahead on plan to allow mobile phone use in planes See in context

Sung to the tune of The Merry Old Land of Oz: yak yak yak, blah blah blah. That applies to the mealy- mouthed bureaucrats as well as the blabbermouths who wish to go global with their eternal yakathon. If they would stop talking and start thinking we may actually get somewhere. There must be some tax revenue play for the government, else they would never remove a rule (i.e., part of the rat maze).

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