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Posted in: Silicone Sally: Japanese men find true love with sex dolls See in context

As usual the women have a better deal. Vibrators are easily concealed.

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Posted in: Man arrested for fatal knife attack says he just wanted to kill someone See in context

"Just felt like killing someone"...we would say "then why not start with yourself"? Because he was programmed to kill his victim who had paid his life debt and therefore was dispatched more quickly than many. It is the only thing that makes any sense. We are just like pieces on a chess board and we think we are self directed.

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Posted in: Retirement can create multiple tensions at home See in context

Marilita-Fabie-Fujisawa1 ......Your comments remind me of my late wife. The way to happiness in life, is to find someone like yourself, whom you love and who loves you. The same attitudes about important things is the key; all that remains then is mutual attraction. It takes work to find that person, but it will bring the most happiness to you both. If you see a guy who is attractive to you.....smile at him, girls....instead of looking away.

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Posted in: 'Peeping Tom' police officer questioned after sneaking into house, secretly watching woman bathe See in context

Are there no porn sites in Japan?

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Posted in: Abe oblivious to people's hardships, says tabloid See in context

To think that politicians are not in touch with the people is obviously wrong. They were "in touch" enough to get elected. They just don't give a damn about suffering if it is not their own.

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Posted in: Japan's surviving WWII soldiers fight for peace See in context

What if drinking filthy water with insects and maggots in it, is what gave him longevity? Of course you need the right DNA, too. Politicians do not mind wars that others fight.

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Posted in: Sasebo girl who killed classmate sent to reformatory See in context

She is obviously not a predator since she made no plans for after the murder and dismemberment of her victim. Why the dismemberment? Was she trying to find out why the girl was dead? Well, we can only hope the right people were punished. Did anyone ever see the movie "FRAILTY'? Maybe something like that is the explanation for all such events happening. We know for sure that something like this will never happen again.

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Posted in: Woman stabbed in Yokohama apartment See in context

Right, LOLOzo. Are those conflict zones well marked, so we can easily avoid them? DANGER....CONFLICT ZONE.

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Posted in: Japanese firm to apologize to U.S. WWII veterans for forced labor See in context

Okay. I forgive Mitsubishi and all others for imprisoning U.S. soldiers and using them for slave labor. To show their sincerity, Mitsubishi should send me the latest model Acura or Lexus, which I will accept as a representative of American ww2 veterans.

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Posted in: Nissan says Takata air bag deployed abnormally in Japan crash See in context

The driver’s left cheek was lightly burned though it was unclear if the injury was caused by the inflator exploding, the spokesman said. In Japan, the driving seat is on the right-hand side of the car.

What else could have been the cause...was he smoking, was there a lightning strike at the exact time of the incident? How are we to prove it was the heat from the exploding air bag? It looks like he can't prove his burn is related to the explosion to me. Now, if cars were computer controlled to brake automatically instead of running into things, these events would never happen. Nobody would have to prove anything.

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Posted in: Chocolate may be good for your heart, study suggests See in context

What would be wrong with 100% cocoa powder mixed with water and honey or artificial sweetener?

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Posted in: Why war is bad for people but good for business See in context

The article could have been explained easily. The war product producers supply the wars and weapons at the highest profits possible and the people of the nations pay that price. It can be applied to any large business.

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Posted in: Nissan aims to put self-driving cars on Japan's road in 2016 See in context

Is it not strange that in a world of cause and effect, people somehow keep the fallacy that there are "accidents"? When cars are operated by constant vigilance and super fast response, "accidents" (really collisions, over turnings,) will magically disappear. The causes....speeding, texting, phoning, eating, adjusting something or other, taking dumb chances will no longer happen. No cause of an incident=no incident.

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Posted in: Testing of software adds to urgency in race for driverless cars See in context

Auto-driving cars have driven over 700,000 miles without an event.

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Posted in: Mother, son killed in Niigata car crash See in context

Another result of cars not having automatic braking.

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Posted in: U.S. veterans return to Iwo Jima for 70th anniversary See in context

So now that many realize the pointlessness of war, why are wars waging all over the world right now? Because there are billions of dollars to be made in waging wars. Money made by those who do no fighting. Further proof that Earth is a space prison where even the prisoners cannot get along.

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Posted in: Policeman killed in hit-and-run while on traffic patrol See in context

Self braking vehicles will prevent such events as this.

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Posted in: 8-year-old girl killed by truck while crossing street with mother, sister See in context

Another event that never would have happened if automatic braking was on every vehicle.

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Posted in: Nobel winner Oe: Japan should follow Germany, quit nuclear power See in context

It is funny when it is mentioned that something cannot be done because of the "cost" involved. Where does "cost" come from? From another human being on Earth who was born just like you and me. Obviously financial cost is just what someone wants it to be. How come the human cost is never considered? Although the masses make things work, they do not control the direction of society.

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Posted in: More electric car charging points in Japan than gas stations See in context

Many seem to forget that the idea of electric cars is to stop air pollution. Ice cars pollute every second they run their engines and also require the same electricity to be manufactured...maybe more, considering all the parts they have that electrics do not have. So if reg gas stations can service more cars at a time to pollute the air more; that is a mark against them, not for them. Electric could easily get more range, but the makers don't want to release them, as they make greater profits on what they sell now. The biggest problem, as always, is the greed of billionaires. Profits over everything. People now, do not yet realize how trouble free electrics are and it will be many years before this will show.

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Posted in: Formaldehyde in e-cigarettes could boost cancer risk See in context

Well, make them so they only heat to a safe level. Problem solved...just like when cars are computer controlled; no more, so called," accidents".

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Posted in: Paul McCartney to play 4 concerts in Japan in April See in context

jdmillermusic.com ...hit "playlist" to hear so great singing..

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Posted in: Lifestyle diseases kill 16 mil prematurely See in context

Genetics meets habits=length of life. Barring so called "accidents".

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Posted in: Housewives going crazy home alone all day behind facade of normal life See in context

The parasites of society are the super rich and are in control to assure that Earth prisoners get their proper punishment. Be brave, and do not reproduce, but be brave enough to marry whom you love......it is your only chance for happiness..

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Posted in: 17-year-old youth charged over arson spree in which elderly couple died See in context

Just an example of "The moving finger having writ, moves on". No matter how he is punished, his victims are still dead. Being dead is being free from the problems of life.

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Posted in: Global life expectancy rises: study See in context

I was having the same discussion the other day, saying that infant deaths and accidental deaths, murders, suicides, etc., should not be considered in the longevity stats. We will find that older old age hasn't increased at all. We need some stats about the ease of life, so we can have some improvements.

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Posted in: Sensor measures aging of blood vessels See in context

Here is my advice for healthy arteries and veins; a diet of fresh leafy greens, all fresh vegetables, fruits and nuts. Eat only these foods, raw if possible, and a glass or two of your favorite booze daily. Happy long life.

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Posted in: Oil plunge is threat and boon to global economies See in context

Since businesses have no problem raising the price of goods when oil prices rise, let them then lower the prices when oil prices fall. Problem solved.

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Posted in: 92-year-old man arrested for attempting to kill 83-year-old wife See in context

He loved her so much that he was willing to go to jail and live a life of loneliness without her. Imagine how terrible he felt while strangling the one he loved, so he could stop her suffering. Just normal life can be a horror.

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Posted in: Man arrested for attempting to strangle 77-year-old mother to death See in context

These poor care givers, exhausted after being life time slaves to big business, are forced by circumstance to care for aged loved ones. Sound like a life of punishment to anyone else but me?

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