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Posted in: Nintendo cuts price of Wii U video game console See in context

With constant marketing ploys on Xbox and PS4, these may be too little, too late.

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Posted in: Fukushima radioactive groundwater readings rocket See in context

With high level of Tritium in the water, it will soon be possible to glow in the dark.

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Posted in: TEPCO reports new radioactive water leak at Fukushima See in context

What is new? I will not even be surprise if they would report waste water leaked into the ocean.

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Posted in: Stakes high as Asian qualifiers for World Cup reach last games See in context

Will tonight matches be broadcasted in Japan?

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Posted in: Fake fingers help ex-yakuza lead lawful life See in context

@ James Read the article carefully. $3,000 is for mold. Once you have the mold made, you can make silicone finger, which is rather cheap. The mold itself should last a long time.

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Posted in: Mother, child apparently starve to death in Osaka apartment See in context

This is a very sad news. I really can not imagine such situation in a country like Japan. Very very sad.

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Posted in: Daiichi says key details 'concealed' in Ranbaxy sale See in context

There is a saying "If you see an Indian and a cobra, strangle the Indian first,".

I have many good friends in India. Though, business dealings with Indians are always very tricky.

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Posted in: U.S. naval shift to Asia on track despite budget cuts: admiral See in context

@Redcliff

Are you saying that the ongoing territorial conflicts between China and India, Japan, Vietnam, etc. are results of US meddling in Asia? You are very imaginative but...... unrealistic!

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Posted in: U.S. naval shift to Asia on track despite budget cuts: admiral See in context

An interesting article by the Economist on similar topic.

http://www.economist.com/news/china/21577075-around-chinas-periphery-heat-keeps-rising-thunder-out-china

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Posted in: U.S. naval shift to Asia on track despite budget cuts: admiral See in context

@Tony

It is China's increasing problems with all neighboring countries that provide justification for US military to increase their activity in the region. The US has already cut their military budget, which will reduce burden on taxpayer. On the other hand, China is increasing military spending. Who is the greatest enermy?

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Posted in: U.S. naval shift to Asia on track despite budget cuts: admiral See in context

@ Tony Your comment is exactly why US will increase their military presence in AP and why all countries in the region except China welcome such decision.

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Posted in: Woman held for throwing 2-yr-old daughter from 4th-floor balcony See in context

I propose another theory; Chinese's One Child policy. So, the parent decided to give up their lttle girl for the sake of the boy.

I hope they'll get severe punishment for such barbaric act.

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