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Posted in: Japanese version of 'Saturday Night Live' to debut in June See in context

Nope. American man. Got Canadian friends, though. They get SOOOOO ticked off at getting mistaken for Americans. I can't understand the big deal.

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Posted in: Japanese version of 'Saturday Night Live' to debut in June See in context

@GW I think America would still be fine without Canadian comics, but we'll take 'em off your hands. I mean, seriously, what are they going to do there? Run for office? Why waste their talent...But Canada does offer good shooting locations. X-Files shot there for ages. I will admit that I often think American comedians are actually Canadian. I thought Steve Martin was Canadian for the longest time.

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Posted in: Japanese version of 'Saturday Night Live' to debut in June See in context

Canadians are nice people, but if it weren't for America they'd all pretty much be entertaining at their local bowling alleys and hockey rinks during half-time -- does hockey even have a half-time? I have no clue -- don't care -- if it weren't for the good old US TV industry and Hollywood.

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Posted in: Tattoos See in context

nutsagain, I believe I posted here once a LONG time ago. But this is the first time since then... I have nothing to hide, but you seem to make up rules as you go along. Demanding information and offering none. I am not trying to insult you, but that is how you seem to me. And calling me lad is a bit funny. Chances are that I'm older than you. Either way, after a certain age a competition of who has had more life experiences is, I think, pointless. An unexamined life gathers no insight, regardless of age. Daughter. Nope. Never claimed to. You asked me about a hypothetical child. I assumed we were talking about her. (By the way, she is very well behaved, despite a tattoo on her wrist.) I have tons of tattooed friends. Their tattoos are rarely ever a topic of discussion. And I don't judge them on it. But I find your request itself a bit strange. What kind of experiences could I possibly have had with a person with tattoos that would shed any light on this. I'm not sure if we are allowed to post personal information on this so I'll refrain. It's really quite simple, the difference between you and me. You seem to think it is an easy way to reduce someone's existence to something that can be categorized in a box. This is a common technique for humans. We need to categorize things, gives us the illusion that we have control over something. I am sure I am guilty of the same thing. Or at least I have been. Your initial claim is basically that tattoos are bad and people with tattoos are stupid. I think everyone will agree that stupid people are not always so clearly labeled.

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Posted in: Tattoos See in context

I apologize to anyone I may have offended in any previous comments I posted here. A moderator has made things a bit clearer to as to what is acceptable here. Thanks.

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Posted in: Tattoos See in context

"nutsagain, You gave the example of a young person tattooing a face of their lover on their butt or neck. No one suggested that. You stated simply: tattoos=bad I gave you other examples that were as irrelevant as yours: i.e. breast implants. But let's get back to your argument. Now you are arguing that tattooing is not part of "our" culture? What culture can be considered all inclusive? Are sub-cultures included or rather, excluded? What about "nerd" culture or "punk" culture. You speak of only, I am guessing now, the white westerner's culture? How about those women who enter their children in beauty contests? That's certainly not mainstream. But they're mostly white. I don't have much good to say about that, but I post random judgmental comments about them.

You ask... "And do post a picture of your own face should it happen to your kin. There's a good lad." If my daughter got a picture of her boyfriend on her butt, I bet I would never know. My family is tight, but I wouldn't blame her for not showing it to me.

If she got one on her neck she would basically be screwing herself out of any chance of ever meeting another boy -- presuming it didn't work out. You know what I would say? I'd say, "Wow! I guess you're sure about this." And maybe "Well, you better hope it works out?" Would I hold it against her? Would I disown her? Would I love her any less? No, not at all. I'm sure there are other things that would really warrant disdain or worse. I notice you ignored my other points in my previous post, however. Can I assume you'll give me those?"

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Posted in: Tattoos See in context

Reading these comments is hilarious and sad. I have no tattoos, but I don't reduce someone's existence to the mere fact they have them. And judging someone's intelligence just because they choose to do something that you would never is so narrow minded. It only shows how little you know of the world and people. FYI you CAN get a CT in Japan if you have a tattoo. Lead hasn't been used in tattoos for a LONG time.

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