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Posted in: Artistry on Ice See in context

Asada-kun does look great.....nice smile. Seems to be a very pretty and nice young lady. I hope she'll return in the next Winter Olympics and bring home the Gold Medal...

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Posted in: Do you believe that Al-Qaida was responsible for the events of 9/11 See in context

No, I don't believe Al-Qaida was responsible for what happened on 9/11. I think some men were used as pawns by Bush and Cheney to knock down the Towers to have a reason to go to war in Iraq. And just about everyone in America was dumb enough to fall for it.

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Posted in: Ken Watanabe to appear in Docomo ad with Darth Vader See in context

I love Ken Watanabe so much. He says the silliest, craziest things without even trying. And he manages to be this hilarious while at the same time being an extraordinary actor......

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Posted in: Universal values See in context

...they are pretty young ladies. Cute dresses too....

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Posted in: Cameroon designer reinvents the kimono See in context

@afroengineer, Whatever!

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Posted in: Cameroon designer reinvents the kimono See in context

Japan & Africa should unite!

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Posted in: N Korea calls for Japanese apology, reparations for colonial rule See in context

Hopefully Japan won't give N. Korea any money. Japan needs to keep that money to help with finding all of elderly people missing in Japan right now.....

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Posted in: N Korea calls for Japanese apology, reparations for colonial rule See in context

This is so stupid! The global economy must really be bad if you've got countries whining about getting apologies {again and again and again} and then asking for some money too. Pathetic!

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Posted in: Jolie good time See in context

I disagree....I love tattoos. I think if they are tasteful and have some meaning behind them, I find them attractive. I don't think your body should be covered in them, that's gross. ....but Angelina's, especially the one on her upper left back is sexy.

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Posted in: Do you think a man holding a door open for a woman, holding her chair for her when she sits down, or giving up his seat for her are outmoded gestures of politeness or do they still have their place in See in context

I don't even know where "chivalry" came from especially since in just about every country on this planet...women are viewed as 2nd class and beneath men. A contradiction? Women in Japan can't even keep their maiden names after marriage but you can hold a door open for them? I personally don't need a man to hold the door for me simply because I can open it for myself. Men open the door for themselves. ....But if he did open it for me, I wouldn't be rude about it. I see chivalry as like garnish on a plate of over-priced food....nice but not necessary.

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Posted in: DiCaprio has plenty to dream about See in context

I would be more than happy to be Ken Watanabe's 'Bond girl'. Oh yes.

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Posted in: Dream team See in context

Amen kisekicaroline, Ken Watanabe is hotter than Leo...by far.

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Posted in: Dream team See in context

I love Ken Watanabe. He seems to be always happy, smiling.....or laughing. I need some of what he's taking. Whatever it is....

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Posted in: Japan split over maiden names, foreign suffrage See in context

Japan is the only east Asian country that expects {forces} women to change their names after marriage. You have to understand what a Japanese woman might feel when she looks at the countries near hers and sees other married east Asian women freely and proudly carrying their maiden names, the names THEIR family gave them, but here she is in Tokyo or Osaka about to get married and being expected to give her name up as if her name doesn't matter. If a man's name matters then a woman's name should matter too.........if that's what she wants.

If you want people in Japan to marry and increase the decreasing birthrate, then give people {women} the right to choose!!

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Posted in: Japan split over maiden names, foreign suffrage See in context

Ever since I was a kid, I always thought a woman having to give up and change her maiden name, her real name, was unfair and didn't make any sense. I never saw men running down to the DMV or Social Security office trying to change their names after marriage.....and you won't.

I think the law should allow women to have a choice. If they want to take their husband's name, fine. If not, that should be fine too.

Why would a woman give up her real name to take another name that technically is not hers? I think Japanese names are interesting and powerful. If I were Japanese, I wouldn't want to give up my name either. I have similar feelings to what 'movieguy' posted.....men are controlling and like to own things and people{women} as if they're property. Men should go find something else to stamp their names on.....like an envelop maybe??

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