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Posted in: Gackt to hold concert just for men See in context

Gackt may look effiminate, but his singing is certainly powerful.

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Posted in: Miniskirted 'policewomen' ready to help stressed-out workers See in context

'Policewomen' is a misnomer for their function. Comfort women is more appropriate.

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Posted in: March is worst month for suicides of salaried workers See in context

If March is the worst month for suicides, then which is the best month?

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Posted in: China backs diplomacy, not sanctions, on Iran See in context

China knows better. They looked around, and eventually adopted European Marxism. And only 60 million peasants had to die for Supreme Leader Mao Tse Tung.

In case you still haven't heard, they have since adopted western style capitalism. CCP now stands for Chinese Capitalist Party.

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Posted in: China backs diplomacy, not sanctions, on Iran See in context

When did Chinese "diplomacy" ever consist of anything except hysterical demands and self-righteous ranting?

Self-righteous ranting is more a trait of Americans who have never hesitated to lecture other nations about the superiority of the American way.

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Posted in: Move over Calpis, Coke releases 'Moo Moo White' See in context

What does Calpis taste like? hopefully not cow piss.

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Posted in: Magazine airs anxieties over China's burgeoning economic clout See in context

China would absorbs you slowly until your existence is just a matter of name,

Japan was already sinicized by choice during the 8th century.

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Posted in: Critics fear foreign influence in U.S. elections See in context

But the US never had any qualms about influencing elections in other countries.

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Posted in: Why is there so much criticism of the quake relief effort in Haiti, whether it is of the U.S., Japan, China or others? See in context

America's relief efforts in Haiti are a direct contrast to Katrina. Hats off to Obama for acting with authority. No need for French bashing here. A superpower which lectures others should be secure enough to take a little criticism.

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Posted in: Why is there so much criticism of the quake relief effort in Haiti, whether it is of the U.S., Japan, China or others? See in context

It's the ugly, competitive side of human nature. Nationalism compels one-upsmanship to elevate pride.

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Posted in: Haiti chaos hampers aid delivery; death toll estimated at 200,000 See in context

The guttersniping begins: Americans are accused of taking over Haiti's airport and refusing entry to French and Brazilian planes. Chinese are accused of hogging the limelight with photo-ops.

Hope this isn't going to turn into a battleground for the US and China teams.

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Posted in: Haiti chaos hampers aid delivery; death toll estimated at 200,000 See in context

Well theres China of course, but they're not exactly the most quick to respond in these circumstances.>

Actually, they were one of the first teams to arrive. But they get bashed for that anyways.

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Posted in: Anger, frustration hindering Haiti quake relief See in context

Only "North America" is willing to get in and do the dirty work. Other nations are now looking for excuse to get "turned away" >

Your news source is very American-centric. I've checked different world media reports showing photos of rescue workers from Central America, China, Taiwan, and various European nations on the premise doing dirty work.

Why would planes fly all the way from Brazil just 'looking for an excuse' to get turned away?

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Posted in: Miniskirt Police to open their own theater in Tokyo See in context

Is this a joke? Are these real policewomen?

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Posted in: Anger, frustration hindering Haiti quake relief See in context

The whole situation will deteriorate into a Mad Max world unless armed forces are called in.

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Posted in: What do you think of the international response so far to the Haiti earthquake? See in context

The positives: Governments of the world putting aside differences by responding quickly in sending relief teams to work amidst an apocalyptic scenario. Obama, Bush and Clinton working in cooperation to help Haiti.

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Posted in: Vroom vroom See in context

disgustingly ostentatious

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Posted in: Tens of thousands feared dead in Haiti quake See in context

m5c32: If they didn't show up, I'm sure you'd still callously label them a 'callous bunch." Here are slideshow pics of rescue teams from both Taiwan and PRC in their distinct uniforms so you won't mistake one for the other:

http://news.yahoo.com/nphotos/Haiti-Relief-Efforts/ss/events/wl/011310haitireliefaid#photoViewer=/100113/photos_wl_afp/c4a83a33001e58390a87834c1ae54c34

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Posted in: Tens of thousands feared dead in Haiti quake See in context

So far, reports of rescue and aid coming from U.S., Britain, France, Mexico, Venezuela, Taiwan,Spain, and donation of $1 million from China.

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Posted in: China executes British man convicted of drug smuggling See in context

drug smuggling is disgusting. just look at what's happening in Mexico when the drug kingpins takes over.

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Posted in: Susan Boyle arrives in Japan See in context

I'm glad she's not a big-boobed and birdbrained botoxed bimbo with zero talent. Susan is real, down to earth, and a sweet lady with loads of talent.

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Posted in: The Tiger Woods brand will bounce back See in context

He'd be a great spokesman for mattresses.

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Posted in: Water illumination See in context

ooooohs and aaaaaahs!

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Posted in: China's economy and its growing influence on Japan See in context

I think China is going to implode and eventually break up. It is too big and too out of control.

That was the prediction after Tienanmen in 89. Didn't happen, much to the disappointment of some. Unless you want chaos spilling over the borders in a domino effect, better hope you don't get what so many wish for.

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Posted in: Airhead female fans can't get enough of 'cool' accused killer Ichihashi See in context

It's not just some J-women who are nuts. There are women groupies for serial murderers in the USA.

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Posted in: Former Miss Universe Japan Kurara Chibana expands her horizons See in context

She's truly a breath of fresh air. Such a contrast from those dopey kawai girls.

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Posted in: Two teens arrested for throwing 8-year-old boy into sea See in context

It's a sick world like 'Clockward Orange.'

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Posted in: Film on Japanese occupation of Nanjing wins top prize in San Sebastian See in context

suffering of the people in Nanjing pales into insignificance when compared to the Chinese after the end of WW II hostilities where tens of millions of Chinese were killed, butchered and actually eaten by other Chinese. And factual movies based on acts by the winning side could very well be made which are at least equally horrifying.

and this pain and suffering could've been exaggerated by those opposed to the winning side. I'll probably get censored by the moderator, but some people show more kneejerk sympathy toward the victims of the Commies than to the victims of the Japanese.

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Posted in: Missing Yale student's body believed found in wall of university building See in context

Sounds more like she ran into her ex(Asian)boyfriend who has one heck of a mean streak...

Or she could've been stalked and killed by a rejected white guy with Asian fever.

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Posted in: 150,000 chickens perish as Ibaraki poultry farm goes up in flames See in context

burning to death is not funny, even for chickens.

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