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Posted in: Tattoos, rap and saggy pants See in context

@Biglittleman:

How about just using your own life experiences to reason on this topic, there's no need to point to expert research, we claimed we lived the hood life right? If anything, the expert researcher would be interviewing people who grew up in the hood to base there facts and reasons. I don't know many cats with degrees from the hood, if even obtaining a GED.

I'm not sure what part of America you grew up in, but bro I'm lucky to have made it to the age I am now, and without a criminal record, OMG! Like I stated before, thousands of blacks from my generation are all locked up, and it was during the most violent peek of Hip-Hop music. You can't see a relationship between violent music and its actual results from it participates? Bro, did you really grow up in the hood, or perhaps your in the 1990s generation.

I was there during the time of "Tookie Williams", and when some of the most vile gangs and Rap music was out. Ever heard of the Crips & Bloods? You claim to have a degree, do you actually think violent and ignorant music has a positive impact on a community? Can you give me four reasons, how talking about hoes, drugs, money, and killing a man benefits young peoples future?

I was a prior gang member, and I don't encourage Rap crap. It produces ignorance, and at least I can go back to the hood, and make a positive statement in my police uniform, but you just promote Rap crap, which has led many astray.

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@Biglittleman:

I'm African-American, and I don't have a University degree like you and quuzendesu. I've been teaching English in Japan for over six years unfortunately. Anyway, in October I will vacate Japan and start my new career as a law enforcement officer.

I went back to the states last year and completed a P.O.S.T police course in junior-college, I know my education and study habits are no way up to your level.

There's a new DVD movie out called "Thuggin it & loving it". I never thought that kind of monstrous ignorance existed in the black community. Those guys producing the Rap music are still basing its values on money, drugs, hoes, and violence. It dosen't take a University degree to understand that Rap music is polluting the minds of our youth. I was one of the very few guys to get out of the Rap culture, before it turned me into a thug which so many youths did at my time.

The subject of Rap is more then a musical problem in an isolated hood, its bad influence is world wide now. The culture of those in it, forces other youths to convert to its violent life style. Being black and young in the Hood makes you a target to convert to it, or be beaten up or shot. At least thats how I was done when I was young and growing up.

Positive music gives me a better frame of mind, negative music makes me suicidal, angry, depressed, and violent. No, I don't need a professional expert whose never been in the streets, to tell me how I'm feeling or what I witnessed in the streets. These guys are all filling there minds regularly with this ignorant crap, and the evidence of its danger, is that it did spread like cancer all around America.

Thousands of people from my generation are all locked up, how did I escape it! We need to put Hip-Hop out of business, stop buying there crap. Original black American music was not negative like today's music. And to quuzendesu, excuse me for mistaking you for a white boy. :)

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Posted in: Tattoos, rap and saggy pants See in context

@quuzendesu:

That was a great post. WE ARE BEING TOLD TO TOLERATE EVERYTING!

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Posted in: Tattoos, rap and saggy pants See in context

@Biglittleman:

I don't need to present evidence, because I personally witnessed what rap music did in polluting young minds and destroying a community. I seen what Rap music did when it transformed into violence messages, it misguided and produced a young violent generation. Ever heard of that gangster video game called "San Andreas"? I was there during the times of those gangs, and when Rap was at its most violent peek. I agree that violence will always be in a poor community, but look at all the folks locked up in there 30s and 40s from that generation? Maybe you have a different perspective of Hip-Hop because you grew up in the white suburbs. You clearly can't understand its impact on a certain culture, exspecially if you haven't lived it. I was there and seen what negative music does in pumping people up to commit a crimes. Yeah.... why does the US. military play Rock in Roll in the soldiers helmets now during a war? Because the US. military knows that certain music pumps people up to do some cold blooded killing without feeling. Do you know how many people I could kill if I was listening to the group "System of the Down" in a war? Perhaps in the white middle class area, Rock in Roll has an bad influence of drugs and suicide with young middle class whites. I had to drive a few young white boys to the Hospital because of overdosing on drugs and listening to rock in roll. Bad associations spoil useful habits point blank, that includes bad music, gangster friends, drug addicts, and violent video games. This has more of a bad influence on the youth then adults. The British government just banned a violent movie from Japan, because they felt it was distrubing and inappropriate to watch. The more you feed your mind with trash and violence, it begins to distort your thinking. Thats why many of the female killers, rapist, and butt gropers on the trains in Japan, usually have tons of porno videos in there apartment. That stuff distorts your thinking.

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Posted in: Tattoos, rap and saggy pants See in context

@Biglittleman:

Music has a strong mental influence depending on what your listening to. Music thats negative and violent induces violence conduct. Music can really pump you up emotionally or relax you. Violent music can trigger a person to do a cold blooded crime they may not have normally done, if they had not got pumped up. Most Rap music after 1986s related to gangs, drugs, violence, and poverty, all four collaborate. I remember the "Fat Boys" & "Heavy D", thats when Rap was fun and enjoyable. They didn't talk about killing folks, drugs, F the police, and drive by shootings. The point I'm trying to make is that most Rap is trash, and dose nothing positive to build a community. When people buy this music, it just makes a bunch of ignorant wanna be preachers rich. I don't listen to none of them anymore, there stupid, uneducated punks, spreading ignorance.

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Posted in: Tattoos, rap and saggy pants See in context

@elbudamexicano:

When I was young I was caught up in Rap music and the dress style to, but when it turned to sending a bad message, thats when it was time to put an end to Rap music. I was smart enough to know that feeding your mind with violence music, drugs, gang banging, and crime was not positive. Gangs creating a cool beat, with lyrics taking about killing other gang members, saling drugs, and pimping girls I knew were a bunch of losers.

Everyone has a choice that grows up in the hood poor, when you turn 18 either you be a leader or a follower. Sometimes you gotta leave where your from to avoid the trouble. I had a young Mexican friend that was trying to leave the gang, they would stalk him, and knock on his back room window asking him why he wasn't hanging anymore. I was cool with his Mother she was a single mother. I told her to pack up her things and leave the neighborhood for the safety of her son and family, she took my advise and left unoticed. I'm sure they have a better positive future now. It would've been a matter of time the gang would've shot, beat, or stabbed her son for leaving the gang.

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Posted in: Baby boy dies in locked car while mother plays pachinko in Akita See in context

@USARonin:

It was premeditated murder. The intent to kill, was that she refused to obey the postings in the parking lot that clearly said, "Do not leave a child in the car alone". She showed further intent to kill by rolling up the car windows tight, knowing that the car would become very hot on a summer day. She knew the child could possibly die without having fresh air coming into the car, would die by over heating. At the age of 31 years old, she was not some 13 year old immature mother. What she did was no different then giving a child a loaded gun to play with, knowing the child could blow out there brains. I hope she rots jail forever!

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Posted in: Tattoos, rap and saggy pants See in context

I personally hate Hip-Hop these days and the artist. When Rap started it was more of just enjoying cool positive dance music, but when the gangsters got it, it turned into total negativity. I wish Americans would stop buying these ignorant punks music. Choke these guys out, don't buy there CDs and contribute to the growth of monstrous ignorance.

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Posted in: L.A. coroner officially rules Michael Jackson's death homicide See in context

Michael Jackson got what he wanted. He wanted a Doctor that would give him any drug, he searched for this guy, and finally found one that would assist in his drug addiction. I think Jacksons Doctor should go to prison for Homocide, he was trained for eight years in medicine. He knew that this drug could kill, but he went for the money that Jackson was offering him to assist in his drug habit. He was an irresponsible greedy Doctor, that didn't follow the oath and rules of ethics that say you must not hurt your patient. He should be stripped of his medical license and thrown in jail for 5 years.

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Posted in: Woman drowns trying to save son in Miyazaki See in context

This kid is going to have to grow up knowing his mother died trying to save him, thats something you can never repay back. This mother was a hero.

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Posted in: Baby boy dies in locked car while mother plays pachinko in Akita See in context

I think she should go to prision for life. This was not an accident, it was a premeditated murder because she rolled up the windows and despite the signs saying not leave a child unattended in a car. She felt her child was a mistake and a future burden on her, so she killed the child on purpose knowing it would die from over heating. She is a disgrace and a killer, maybe she should get the death penalty. People sure are using Pachinko parking lots as an pretext to murder their children. How many babies and kids are going to keep dying by this method in Japan? Stop having babies only to bring them here to die.

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Posted in: Drunk cop arrested after fleeing scene of car accident in Fukuoka See in context

They should fire this guy, it was totally unacceptable conduct. What kind of law enforcement officer is this? Kick him out, he's a shame!

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Posted in: Two police officers stabbed while trying to subdue 74-yr-old man See in context

@ Altria:

No, O.C Spray would not have disarmed a drunk. I would of aimed for center mass......

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Posted in: Three bodies found inside car in Oita See in context

I'm starting to get cold now at hearing this kind of news of pack suicides day after day, and year after year. Is there anything illegal about robbing dead bodies of their money or rings?

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Posted in: Man arrested for attempted murder after car chase and strangling ex-girlfriend in Chiba See in context

If you love somebody, if you love someone, set them free......

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Posted in: Threats, jeers saturate angry health care debate See in context

What a militant State Barack Obama went to visit. Arizonites have unlimited firepower, they have every type of machine gun you can think of.

I was thinking about buying an Uzi 9mm for $150 at one of those Arizona gun shows, but changed my mind because automatics are illegal in California. I think they should make a Federal law banning guns brought to Presidential debates. Most of these vicious people who went to the rallies are really workers from wealthy medical corporations, health insurance companies, Hospital's, and there lobbist.

I believe most Americans want a US. govt. option for health care, its just the greedy health insurance companies and for profit Hospitals that don't want a national health care system option ran by the government.

I agree with Obama, free enterprise and more options for Americans, including govt. health care is democratic and freedom of choice.

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Posted in: Two police officers stabbed while trying to subdue 74-yr-old man See in context

@HonestDictator:

As a first choice I believe in using non-deadly force if it can be used at reasonable distance, such asTear Gas & O.C. Spray. In this situation, if I was stabbed by the suspect suddently up close, I would've of shot the guy. Handguns, knife's, bats, sticks, and sometimes cars are considered deadly weapons. These officers are fortunate to have another day to live. All it takes to kill you is a little stab wound to your neck or chest. An ex officer told me he almost died from a stab wound to his leg. The stab wound was so deep, he was removed from the force because it seriously disabled him. Its the officers safety which is most important, not a suspect swinging a knife.

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Posted in: Two police officers stabbed while trying to subdue 74-yr-old man See in context

Only in Japan could this suspect been taken alive after stabbing two officers. In America he would've been taken out with about maybe 50 gun shot holes in the chest. I admire Japanese Police patience.

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Posted in: Homeless See in context

I respect homeless people there real surviors. There's so many people in Japan that don't know what survive is about.

Most people that suicide in Japan have a lot of money, good careers, and material things, but there still not happy with there life. Some people get tired of dealing with modern day stress and the pressures of society to be rich and successful always.

It might be humble the way homeless people live, but I bet if you interviwed them, they would say there life is more happier being free from society's bullcrap and stress. The homeless don't have to answer to no one becuase there free from it.

I see so many young and old business and salary men injuring themselves over making money. I see many of them walking down the street paralized from a stroke because of job stress and overwork. Many business and salary men live a bad life style of drinking everyday after work in order to relax from working 16 hours a day. Then after they have a massed a lot of money, die from over work just to give it to someone else.

I'm not saying that working to make money is bad, its the love of money and sense of becoming rich is what gives many people self inflicted stabb pains all over there body.

Keeping humble and a low standard of life is the best thing to do in these hard times. All you need is food, shelter, and covering. You don't need a 2009 BMW, expensive cloths, and expensive material things to show off. Just buy cheap things even if you have a lot of money, living simple is the best way to live.

The most important thing is having fun, a social life, and enjoying your time. When you die, you can't bring the money with you or things you worked for. Rich and poor people go to the same grave.

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Posted in: Woman arrested for fatally stabbing father in Kagoshima See in context

Some body get a Rope and hang her.

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Posted in: 49-year-old Okinawa man kills mother for hiding TV remote control See in context

This man child killed his mother over a TV remote control? What a air headed barf bag!

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Posted in: 17 indicted in San Diego murder-kidnapping ring See in context

I think Obama should close the San Diego Mexican Boarder down temporarly for five years until all of the major drug cartels have been put out of business in Mexico and San Diego.

He should replace the Boarder patrol with the US. National guard with Tanks and automatic weapons. He should also give military and weapons support to the Mexican government to eradicate these drug cartels.

These drug gangs are corrupting and destroying America with there drug crap..... shut down the Boarder.

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Posted in: Ginza hostess' involvement with Oshio ends in tragedy See in context

Japan should not legalize drugs, this place will turn into a mad house where criminals will use the drug to control an already weak minded suicidal people.

Many young people from 16 to 21 years of age died from using MDMA in America. The drug isn't popular anymore from what I heard because its dangerous. Its really stupid to hear grown up people doing this type of drug at 31 years of age, I can't imagine abusing my bodies at that old age.

They should put Oshio in jail for a long time, he's a very selfish immature guy. He could've possibly saved that girls life if he had called the ambulance when she overdosed, instead he left her dead like a monster, even a teenager would call the Police when there friends overdose. I hope he rots in jail for a long time, he cared nothing about that Hostess girl or his wife. What a scum bag....

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Posted in: Man arrested for abducting junior high school girl in Iwate See in context

If you see these kids warring there junior-high school uniforms, then a bell should go off in your big head, leave the girl alone, or risk getting tore up by the Police, like this 46 year old example idiot.

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Posted in: Man arrested for abducting junior high school girl in Iwate See in context

I think its the guys fault because he wasn't the legal parent of this girl. This is a 46 year old man that should've known better. If you play with fire you could get burned, his arrest is a good example for others. When are some people going to grow up and leave these immature junior-high school kids alone? When you talk to young stupid under age kids to take advantage of them, you risk getting arrested. There are to many single lonely adult women out there to talk too.

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Posted in: Palin says Obama's health care plan is 'evil' See in context

I'm glad Palin is on her way out of Alaska Govt, and I hope I never have to hear from her again, just disappear.

Americans always needed a Government Health care plan, Britian, Canada, Cuba, Japan, France, and many other countries have it. I used my private health insurance only twice, once to get a tooth pulled out, an emergency visit to get medicine for the flu. A few months later when my insurance company was billed, my company tells me my insurance company dropped my health care service.

Thats how crappy American private health insurance companies are, there into making money, and not spending money to cover your health needs, thats why when this government health care plan is implemented, it will totally be the end for greedy health insurance companies, because no one will want them anymore because of there pass bad service.

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Posted in: Angry Hillary Clinton: 'I'm secretary of state, not Bill' See in context

Hillary would have been a great US. President, NOT! Hillary is not so strong in some political areas like Bill, Bill was a former US. President for eight years, so his negotiating is much more experienced.

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Posted in: What do you think Noriko Sakai's fate should be? See in context

Give them one month of jail time, then put them into a drug rehabilitation program. Jail time dosen't cure the drug problems, usually drug rehab dose.

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Posted in: Couple, aged 18 and 19, arrested for death of infant left in bicycle basket See in context

This is what you call unnatrual affection. How could a mother or father allow their baby to die alone in the rain, I couldn't imagine doing such a thing? All they had to do was go to the nearest baby hatch.... I think they should got to jail for a long time. R.I.P baby......

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Posted in: Fuji TV announcer reprimanded for sexual harassment in South Africa See in context

He must not be an attractive guy, so next time put up some money for thoughs broke chicks. You have to be very careful dealing with young girls these days, there's nothing wrong with a man trying to woo a girl to give up some free sex. The problem is that you risk getting in trouble with desparate money hungry greedy chicks. There's nothing wrong with a guy wanting or trying to get some sex, as long as he dosen't rape or force. People act like touching or hugging a girl in a respectable manner is a crime, its just a matter of nature, but once a girl rejects your sexual advances you gotta let them go.

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