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Posted in: Osaka gets snow in November for first time in 24 years See in context

When we talk about Global warming, the time scale is not one year or two years. We need proof of every place's daily temperature and etc. for a much longer time.

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Posted in: China sends fighters to ID flights by U.S. and Japan See in context

"This is my brief summary of this conflict. I believe a long term objective of PRC strategy is to destroy a core mutual trust of US/Japan Peace Treaty because it will be the quickest and easiest way to take over the Asian air/sea. " Yes, and it's like playing go chess. China is probably not a paper tiger. Well, they are brain washed, but they are also damned intelligent.

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Posted in: Man switched at birth wishes he could roll back clock See in context

The man probably emphasized on his suffers to sue the hospital and get more money.

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Posted in: China Internet users call for action against Japan See in context

Chinese internet users have been always like this. Really, it's nothing to do with the gov. A large number of people in China are still influenced by the patriotic ideology of a century ago. Some are especially hostile to Japan. Fortunately (in fact , unfortunately)many of those people are from low social status and have limited level of education.

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Posted in: Japan receives int'l support over China air zone See in context

Offense is the best defense. China is taking actions. Japan, it's time to wake up and strike .

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Posted in: U.S. backs Japan as China tensions soar over air zone See in context

Just checked on Chinese forums. Full of warmongers as always. Dreadful. Pray for peace.

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Posted in: 3D printing will change the world, say researchers See in context

No doubt it will change the world. I still can't afford it. LOL

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Posted in: China sets air defense zone over area containing disputed islands See in context

The story from China is that this island was in the Chinese maps since the Ming dynasty(which is probably true because China used to be a very large country before the Opium wars) .But after WW2, America "mistakenly"returned this island to Japan. At that time China was so devastated by the wars(and weak) that when she tried to claim it, Japan has already settled on it, and the international world didn't move a finger. Poor China. And poor Japan, now that the island is Japanese, it certainly feels bad when somebody tries to take your property from you. Huh, the politics. That's why I prefer the sciences.

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Posted in: Man arrested for cutting off sleeping woman's underwear See in context

One of my friends said some Japanese are really disgusting, they even have Hentai stores selling used underwear, and I laughed "how come. where did you hear that". Now I'm not sure. I suppose there is something wrong with the culture?

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Posted in: China sets air defense zone over area containing disputed islands See in context

This is not a uninhabited barren island. The real treasure is the kilometers of sea around that boring rock.

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Posted in: Miyazaki woman shot by hunter after being mistaken for a wild boar See in context

I remember they recorded a similar accident in Japan "a man shot for being mistaken for a deer". We can't afford having someone shot "de temps en temps" for such ridiculous reason !

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Posted in: Two warships, carrying 650 SDF troops, head to typhoon-ravaged Philippines See in context

Helping the Philippines is a matter of humanity as well as diplomacy.

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Posted in: Is Japan really racist? See in context

Well, I think bilderberg_2015 totally got it right. I' ve experienced living in Japan and in France as a foreigner, and although I can not easily tell which country had made me feel more uncomfortable being an "alien", I would say it was quite obvious( even if i was only 5 back then) that some Japanese are racist. It is probably better for white people(especially those from Uk, i noticed, perhaps because it is another island country), but attitutes change dissapointingly with black people and asian people from other countries. The key word is indeed Superiority. Sometimes I wonder what gave some people such proudness to talk like they are the only ones intelligent-- and right--and good--and wealthy--and healthy--and fashionable-- and polite, and civilised in the world. The feeling of being excluded, or looked down upon, and that you do not deserve what they receive troubled me for some time, until I began to understand there is not much we can do about it. Most people are like that. The language racism thing, it happens everywhere in the world. And maybe I should live alone in Antartica if I want to fly away from misjudgements.

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Posted in: Rinsable sweat-proof sport inner-ear headphone See in context

For me, the problem with such earphones with "oval rubber ring clip" as well as those heavy headphones is that they cause outer ear pain if I wear them for more than one hour.

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