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Posted in: Former porn star Ai Iijima found dead at Tokyo apartment See in context

There was a clean part of Iijima Ai that no-one managed to touch, not even the rapist in her childhood

I expect the reason she did herself in was because she couldn't find this 'clean part' herself, whether it existed or not. RIP but pause the Saintification

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Posted in: Nobel Laureate Harold Pinter dies at 78 See in context

I became a lifelong fan of Pinter back in the late 80's, in all honesty hadn't followed his political leanings in recent years but now wish I had. RIP.

Pinter’s influence was felt in the United States in the plays of Sam Shepard and David Mamet.

2 amazing talents

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Posted in: Snowstorm See in context

let it snow let it snow let it snoooow

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Posted in: Bath planetarium See in context

did it really fall off? you should have been ROFL, it usually stays attatched or if not falls just a short distance and is easily recovered (if necessary)

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Posted in: Former porn star Ai Iijima found dead at Tokyo apartment See in context

By the way, I never new she was a porn star and now I still do not believe it. She will always be my Japanese tv angel!

stay off of youtube

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Posted in: Ginza See in context

I am proud that someone will take a stand for Jesus in this Godless land! There IS no other way to God except through Jesus!

I will be joining these people for the next few days and I will starting a branch of there ministry right here in Tokyo!

Japan 4 Jesus! Jesus 4 Japan!

to everyone else who posted "Merry Xmas!"

to Jesus4japan2 "peddle it elsewhere"

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Posted in: Mugabe slams Bush's 'stupid' comments See in context

No, that's one dictator calling President Bush's call for him to quit, which most of the rest of the world agrees with, stupid.

good to see you are starting to recognise popular opinions. most of the world agree that both of these people should have quit a very long time ago. yes, most of the world would agree with that

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Posted in: Niigata school principal held for assaulting high school boy on train See in context

drunk at 4pm, must have had one of those big 500ml cans

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Posted in: Ginza See in context

good for them but would prefer if they kept their blinkered opinions to themselves. The jehovahs witnesses have been round 3 times this month already and the local church have been round twice this week, this has been ongoing for several years. I was polite the first few times and have been consistently rude since but it doesnt stop them, they have become idiotic stalkers. The origins of this holiday season are far from christian, and christians who whine about the hijacking of it's true spirit really have no idea what they are talking about.

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Posted in: Iraq shoe-thrower to go on trial amid new torture claims See in context

no, no let's hear about torture in your new free Iraq

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Posted in: Kumi Koda See in context

bleeurch

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Posted in: Japan ready to bid for both World Cup, Olympics See in context

nice to have a dream but shame to waste all that time money and effort

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Posted in: Last call for Kabukicho red-light district See in context

the police and politicians will never clean up Kabukicho, never. they get too much from it

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Posted in: New Year delicacies See in context

I like Alf's idea of a right proper New Year. a knees up round the old Joanna. O-zoni is good though and serves a double purpose culling the increasing elderly.

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Posted in: Iraq PM denies arrested officers were plotting a coup See in context

Ha ha! If the average "Joe" really thought the liberation sucked, we'd have hundreds of thousands or even millions throwing their shoes in the direction of the president

can't let this slide. if the 'average joe' could get within chucking range then yes we would see millions of people throwing their shoes or preferably worse at the president of the usa. millions of americans in fact. it's a bit tricky however to get the opportunity, and the possibility of being locked up and waterboarded for doing so is something of a deterrent I would imagine. I mean, seriously, how can you possibly believe otherwise?!? really??

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Posted in: Santas See in context

Why not head over to the orphanages and hand them out there?

sadly because they don't have parents with bulging wallets. this isn't a charity, it's advertising like tissues at the station

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Posted in: Santas See in context

agreed, kids shopping in Ginza are probabaly going to get spoilt rotten anyway. however the purpose of this pr stunt is to get shoppers in Ginza to buy more toys, they just shouldn't make it look like they are doing anyone a favour except themselves

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Posted in: Protests in China over cats on the menu See in context

My friend gave me a pillow once with a funny phrase on it. you can make a nice jacket from 24 cat pelts. My chinese freind thinks my cat looks different to Chinese ones.

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Posted in: Bush says there can be 'no debate' about his keeping U.S. safe See in context

the Beltway Snipers were apparently connected to a muslim terrorist group. Not reported very widely though

http://gatesofvienna.blogspot.com/2005/10/no-terrorist-attack-on-us-soil-since.html

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Posted in: Yuri Ebihara See in context

nah, I've gone off her, so passe! I like bitchy girls now

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Posted in: Greek protesters take over TV, radio stations See in context

you forgot to use the 'L' word. what's this 'progressives' nonsense? I thought everyone who didnt agree with you was either a Lefty or a Terrorost

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Posted in: Guantanamo should stay open, waterboarding OK: Cheney See in context

In America, just about everyone has seen an interrogation on television and in movies and they think they understand it. It seems so simple and it’s wrapped up in a 30-minute episode. And that, honestly, has influenced sometimes some very senior policymakers in that they think they get it, they understand it.

an interesting quote from the above article, a veteran Air Force interrogator with Iraq experience.

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Posted in: Guantanamo should stay open, waterboarding OK: Cheney See in context

They will say anything you want eventually. That is the problem.

the sad truth. torture as a reliable interrogation method has been widely discredited. there has very very rarely been any useful or truthful information obtained by torture. the people who greenlight it simply don't care

http://www.newsweek.com/id/34175

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Posted in: Police bust child porn ring See in context

The question is how to kill the market for this sick stuff.

make possession illegal

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Posted in: Smoke from cigarette butts stops 2 Tokyo subway lines See in context

nearly 200 dead in a subway fire in Korea in 2003(arson in that case but with fire and smoke in an isolated area how it starts makes little difference). Didn't take long for people to forget and go back to being idiots.

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Posted in: Bush dodges shoe protest during visit to Iraq See in context

I vote C, just A and B choice reflects the them and us fantasy world you live in

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Posted in: Bush dodges shoe protest during visit to Iraq See in context

Bush supporters justifications for this war change as frequently as the whitehouse's excuses. what reasons will we be hearing in another 5 years?

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Posted in: Bush dodges shoe protest during visit to Iraq See in context

how can you continue to believe that BS? seriously, how can you?

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Posted in: Bush dodges shoe protest during visit to Iraq See in context

The sad thing is BlackFlag will never have a moment of clarity and understand that the tough decisions Bush has made are the right ones, resulting in an awful dictator brought to justice, and a government in Iraq that doesn't seek WMD or threaten its neighbors.

my god....there's just no point is there?

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Posted in: Bush dodges shoe protest during visit to Iraq See in context

the sad thing is Bush will never have a moment of clarity and understand all the truly awful things he has done. he'll sleep easily every night for the rest of life. hopefully in later decades a historical retrospective will give an account of one of the world's most despised leaders.

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