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Posted in: Warren escalates Facebook fight with ad targeting Zuckerberg See in context

Yeah because it makes sense for Warren to take direction from people who support Trump. By definition that’s stupidity.

LOL! No, by definition, stupidity is Warren saying Facebook allowed Trump's lies to go unchecked, when she herself tried to claim to be part native American!

The problem with you liberals is, you readily accept Democrat crap!

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Posted in: Scorsese says he wanted to 'enrich' past De Niro work with 'The Irishman' See in context

DeNiro is not worthy of my money any more.

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Posted in: Nissan to start building new Juke car at UK plant as Brexit looms See in context

The liberals hate success. Too afraid to admit Brexit doesn't mean disaster for Britain! Zealots!

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Posted in: 33 dead, 19 missing, over 100 injured after typhoon rips through Japan See in context

Abe's words are like whispers in the wind. Meaningless. He could show some mettle and lower the tax rate back to 8% or less. People need every penny after this, and the long term effects have yet to come.

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Posted in: Officials push Facebook for way to peek at encrypted messages See in context

People can use other apps with encryption services. Messenger and Facebook are not the best way to stay private.

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Posted in: Aso plays down need for stimulus after tax hike See in context

Agree with vic. M.

Been here 20 years and never seen any wage increase other than that for part time staff in convenience stores! Oh, and the fat cats of course!

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Posted in: Court rejects damages suit over same-surname after marriage rule See in context

the country's law forcing married couples to use the same surname

Me and my wife have kept our own names. All legal. Somethings off here

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Posted in: Japan fans explode with joy after Ireland upset See in context

No it isn’t, cobber. I’ve never met a single Japanese person who said rugby was ‘extremely popular’ even at university and high school level. I work with people who graduated from universities known for rugby ( Waseda and Keio ) and they said it wasn’t that popular even there when we were talking about the World Cup. You’re not right here, old man.

LOL. You couldn't be more wrong if you tried!

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Posted in: Abe vows to improve social welfare amid graying population See in context

A major topic will be how to encourage the elderly to work longer and continue to pay taxes.

Yeah, make us pay for your inability to run a country properly.

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Posted in: Iran's Guard says ready for 'any scenario' amid U.S. standoff See in context

Yes, I'm fully aware Bush n Co were Republicans, but let's face it, they were just democratic puppets, so same thing.

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Posted in: Iran's Guard says ready for 'any scenario' amid U.S. standoff See in context

Is there a Republican in the White House? Then they'll be a war in the Middle East - its a given.

Iraq, Afghanistan, etc... democratic presidents.

Trump inherited the democrat toilet fodder. Quit blaming him for the crap democrats imbibed!

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Posted in: WHO welcomes Facebook pledge to curb anti-vaccine misinformation See in context

There's information for both sides of the argument, but I think one side will prevail, leading to misinformation, no matter what.

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Posted in: Opponents of 'no-deal' Brexit defeat Johnson, who promises an election See in context

They range from Boris, Farage, Rees Moggy and certain JT "experts".

Now, Parliament is letting everybody know they were and always will be sovereign; Brexiteers don't like it one bit.

Why should we like it? You're essentially saying that my vote to leave doesn't mean anything, just because you lost the right to remain! Typical response from the remain camp and you yourself being a '****JT expert'.

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Posted in: British PM to suspend parliament before Brexit; opposition denounces 'coup' See in context

Goodbye Scotland, goodbye Northern Ireland, goodbye United Kingdom.

Congratulations, Great Britain, you elected yourself another trump. Why, oh, why couldn't you learn from our catastrophic mistake?

Get off the bandwagon. Brexit was voted for and Boris will get it done! Pity you lean so far left you can't see reality!

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Posted in: Abe pledges to boost investment in Africa See in context

You read some of the most ridiculous crap on this site.Japan is a first-world country, with advanced technology, infrastructure, and is one of the safest countries in the world. There is an extremely large middle class, with socialized medicine and pension.Enough with the rhetoric. It's not even on the same planet, much less the ballpark.If you want your posts to be taken seriously, you need to keep it in the realm of reality.Otherwise people are going to start comparing you to the Korean government in terms of ridiculousness.

This coming from someone whose posts are ridiculously inaccurate at best!

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Posted in: Abe pledges to boost investment in Africa See in context

You read some of the most ridiculous crap on this site.

Japan is a first-world country, with advanced technology, infrastructure, and is one of the safest countries in the world. There is an extremely large middle class, with socialized medicine and pension.

Enough with the rhetoric. It's not even on the same planet, much less the ballpark.

If you want your posts to be taken seriously, you need to keep it in the realm of reality.

Otherwise people are going to start comparing you to the Korean government in terms of ridiculousness.

This coming from someone whose posts are ridiculously innacurate at best!

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Posted in: Abe pledges to boost investment in Africa See in context

So while Japan's pension fund falters, Abe is going to be throwing money at Africa.

Japan Inc is a sinking ship and the Japanese government are trying to use a bucket full of holes to bail it out.

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Posted in: Marvel films to lose Spider-Man as Sony deal breaks down: reports See in context

Since Stan Lee passed away, the Marvel movies have lost their edge. Killing off characters and villains that are hard to beat with the entire Avengers team?

Time for a reboot!

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Posted in: Taylor Swift says she plans to re-record her songs' masters See in context

What she calls music, is just absolutely junk!

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Posted in: Man arrested for abducting junior high school girl with intent to commit sexual assault See in context

When I was in elementary school, we had lectures and presentations on the dangers of talking to strangers, especially in cars. Japan should be doing the same thing!

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Posted in: China says it has detained employee of Britain's consulate in Hong Kong See in context

China cannot be trusted. Period!

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Posted in: Retailers kick off winter sales ahead of 10% consumption tax hike See in context

I'm just surprised they don't have the Hallowe'en AND Christmas goods out for sale yet in the same shops.

Been out since June where I live!

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Posted in: Retailers kick off winter sales ahead of 10% consumption tax hike See in context

Come October, watch how deathly quiet supermarkets and malls go!

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Posted in: Mother, 1-year-old daughter die after apparent leap from apartment building See in context

By taking the child with her,the wife was looking to exert as much pain and emotional suffering to the husband as possible.Not necessarily through her demise,but through their kid's.

How very assumptuous of you.

Extreme depression? My male coworker friend was so stressed out after his first child from lack of sleep that he actually started crying at work. Raising kids is tough.

Indeed it is. We have a 1 month old and the lack of sleep is very real!

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Posted in: Democratic candidates blame Trump, NRA for inaction on guns See in context

Sure, blame Trump, he's only been president for 3 years, and no one blamed Obama for the 169 shootings on his watch. Typical democrat idiocy.

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Posted in: Students take stand against sexual violence at Japan's universities See in context

Why assume sexual assault is only something that happens male to female? There are aggressive females out there too. Then there's homosexual rape.

Informing students about the right behavior is good, but an aggressive attacker isn't going to care about rules.

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Posted in: Protesters chant as Trump visits Dayton, El Paso See in context

When will the Republicans deal with the rot in their party?

Just as soon as you democrats acknowledge there's an infestation of mold, rats and liars in your own party, far far greater than anywhere else!

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Posted in: Typhoon leaves 1 dead in southwestern Japan See in context

Just blustery wind and rain here in Yamaguchi.

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Posted in: Moon calls for 'peace economy' with N Korea; slams Japan See in context

30.0 is close enough to 25.4, 

Not even close, especially when you are talking about trade impact.

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Posted in: Moon calls for 'peace economy' with N Korea; slams Japan See in context

It is only a matter of time before the Koreas are united.

The economic benefits of a reunification would be massive.

President Moon is correct, North Korea allowing citizens free access to China and Russia by road would be a massive step forward and would invigorate both Koreas.

Japan would be at a competitive loss with an ascendant Korea.

Clearly you haven't the first clue how economics, politics and cultural interests, work.

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