bobbafett comments

Posted in: Armed gangs free Muslim militants in Egypt See in context

I saw on youtube a supposed "shot protester" video as recorded by protesters. The way the guy fell after supposedly being shot from what sounded like a high powered rifle is total ass at best. he folded over nicely and slumped to the turf when really he would have been blown backward of his feet in a mist of blood. Looks like the Egyptian protesters are trying their hand at Pallywood (Fake Palestinian vids).

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Posted in: Google tries to hold off Facebook threat See in context

I deleted FB recently. Felt lonely and isolated at first but then felt freedom. I don't want people who I do not regularly see in person knowing anything about me. You meet some guy in a bar and he sends a friend request. Gets all upset at you if you don't add him in. Wont drink with you at the bar next time. I got sick of all the privacy issues too.

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Posted in: Power of nature See in context

This is one of the best pictures I've seen on JT! Best lightningist?

LOL

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Posted in: What is one habit that your significant other does or has that you can't stand but put up with anyway? See in context

what annoys me the most is the inability to freely express the important things in her life such as

"Job interview? oh yes. I got the new job and a huge salary increase" or "Doctor? He said I wouldn't die. don't worry"

vs the wonderful ability to express the most inane things in her life i.e

"Another customer told me I look like Koyuki" or "That gaijin sent a photo of his rod to my friends phone while us gals were all out having dinner"

Oh well. Seeing as she looks like Koyuki, and always puts out, and gets everything else spot on, I cannot complain.

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Posted in: Nara schoolgirl arrested for drug possession See in context

One would imagine the the father needed to scare his rebellious daughter straight. He did the right thing. Where does a 17 year old School girl get money for drugs? by turning tricks or hostessing. The girl was probably in a world of hurt. He father reached out instead of banishing her.

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Posted in: Look here See in context

not a great pic. not a great topic starter.

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Posted in: Man stabbed to death; another injured in Nagoya street brawl See in context

Only an idiot would part take in a street brawl of a bar fight.

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Posted in: 74-yr-old man held for killing 71-yr-old wife See in context

“We hadn’t been getting on for a while.

I would say a good 40 years or so...

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Posted in: Unemployed 30-yr-old man arrested for kidnapping 5-yr-old girl in Chiba See in context

He told her that her older brother had been in a car accident and said that her mother had sent him to pick her up.

Taking a chance on whether or not she had an older brother? Inside knowledge? Is the man actually the father? No details forthcoming....

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Posted in: What do you think was the biggest news, domestic and international, this year? See in context

WikiLeaks for me.

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Posted in: Russian tycoon Khodorkovsky again found guilty See in context

“I wish Putin kindness and tolerance, I wish him to be loved, not feared. Maybe not by all, but loved sincerely and unselfishly, and not just by dogs,”

Great line. will be remembered in Russia forever.

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Posted in: Suicides can run up a posthumous bundle See in context

I think that someone who has chosen suicide obviously is far and beyond feeling anything for what they will leave behind for others. When you are that far gone......I mean if you felt anything any more, you would surely find a reason to live beyond cold hard cash which is often the cause of many suicides.

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Posted in: Female suicide bomber kills 41 at food center in Pakistan See in context

as well as some restrictions like consumption of alcohol are lifted

the lengths some people will go to for a bit of booze....

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Posted in: NORAD stays secret on how it tracks Santa See in context

Dear Kids, There is no Santa. Those presents are from your parents. Sincerely, Wikileaks.

I agree. Telling kids that there is a Santa is willing them into deception and lies....the very cover ups and deceptions that wikileaks fights against.

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Posted in: Female suicide bomber kills 41 at food center in Pakistan See in context

killing at least 41 people and wounding dozens waiting for food stamps

coward.

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Posted in: Drinks all round See in context

Its a shame that I cannot get coke in a glass bottle any more. For me nothing beats coke from a glass bottle during the summer when you need a cold non alcoholic beverage.

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Posted in: 81-year-old man foils telephone fraud attempt See in context

excellent work.

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Posted in: 66-year-old woman found dead at home; daughter hospitalized See in context

Or a fight between the mom and the eldest daughter

Knife to the face usually makes it a personal attack.

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Posted in: Nozomi Sasaki voted 33rd most beautiful face in the world See in context

I hate the Kawaii look.

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Posted in: 21 people suffer from food poisoning after eating at Nagoya izakaya See in context

I say that "if the chef has norovirus, give him a week off".

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Posted in: Chiba cop arrested for allegedly groping woman on train See in context

“It is truly regrettable that a police officer should commit an act like this. I would like to apologize to the victim

so far he has denied the allegations and has yet to face the judicial system but has already been abandoned and passed off as guilty.

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Posted in: Japanese prisons face swelling elderly population See in context

everyone should save for their own pension. GOV in any country will support no one in the years to come.

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Posted in: Do you believe that dreams have a bearing on or are symbolic of something in your real life? See in context

My dreams are crazy. Nuclear destruction, Spy games, War, incredible women, survival, etc....and I don't even watch TV.

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Posted in: Swedes shocked by 1st terror attack in 3 decades See in context

“Now the Islamic state has been created. We now exist here in Europe and in Sweden. We are a reality,” the voice said in the file, submitted to The Associated Press by TT. “I don’t want to say more about this. Our actions will speak for themselves.”

sounds like loan nut case makes tape then blows himself up. He was probably a Swede too.

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Posted in: Madoff's eldest son hangs himself in NYC apartment See in context

Change your last name and move to a new city or country with you son but kill yourself?

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Posted in: 70,000 commuters delayed by quarrel over cell phone on train in Chiba See in context

Japanese people have some of the poorest mobile phone usage manners in the world. Using them on priority seats is one thing but driving and using is a different ball game.

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Posted in: Retailer Don Quijote pulls Nazi outfit after complaint See in context

What Don Quixote sold represented the official costume of that time

Its true. I could wear it and claim to be a double agent at a costume party or even go as the widely respected Erwin Rommel The desert Fox who was respected as humane.

His troop was never accused of any war crime. POWs captured in his Africa campaign were treated humanely. He also ignored orders to kill captured Jewish soldiers and civilians.

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Posted in: Retailer Don Quijote pulls Nazi outfit after complaint See in context

bobbafett - Theres no law that says you can't wear one, but if you really want to go to a party and present yourself as a major a**hole, be prepared for a beatdown. You would certainly deserve one.

I don't know or associate with anyone that would administer a beat down on anyone for a costume party choice. If people are that hate filled and sensitive perhaps they should be labelled extremists?

For example if someone dressed up as a Spanish conquistador, I am sure you would have no issue with that. How about as a member of the British army that killed its way across the globe to form the British empire? How about as a KGB officer or Stalin himself? Oh no, The rest of the world moved on. Just a handful of Jews want to keep waving history around and get all riled up over simple things such as costumes.

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Posted in: Retailer Don Quijote pulls Nazi outfit after complaint See in context

bobbafett: You might feel different if your parents, brothers / sisters or grandparents were tortured and gassed in Nazi concentration camps. In such a case, I don't think you would find the costume so amusing, even at a costume party

Of course some of my relatives fought and lived or died in WW2 but I was not bought up to hold a grudge or keep hatred in my heart. What does a Jewish group in the U.S have to do with what people choose to wear to a costume party? If they say I cannot wear it, it sounds like Nazi Germany to me.

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Posted in: Retailer Don Quijote pulls Nazi outfit after complaint See in context

Who cares. A Nazi uniform could be seen as a fun costume. Its not like people are buying them and wearing them in anti Semite rallies across Japan. Lighten up already. People dress up as all kinds of things at costume parties. If I saw a guy dressed as an SS Nazi or Hitler at a costume party, I would take the joke instead of feeling all offended.

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