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Posted in: Rome restaurant shut down after charging Japanese tourists 695 euros See in context

The greed of the Italians was only matched by the stupidity of the Japanese. Nobody wins.

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Posted in: Kumamoto man arrested for hitting relative with frying pan See in context

How could he? What a terrible country Japan is. 130 million people and this is news?

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Posted in: Tokyo police launch weeklong anti-groping campaign on trains See in context

They look lovely.

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Posted in: Low-income bachelors victims of widening 'sex gap' See in context

According to this I'm not earning enough atall atall. I'm a very small 'cash register' but a cr all the same.

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Posted in: Ex-soldier gets 5 life sentences for Iraqi deaths See in context

Operation 'Liberation Iraq' continues apace. I wonder how Abeer feels about it but then she's not American, is she? It was Vietnam, now Afghanistan and Iraq. Next year Iran. And for what? And Mr.Green doesn't even get the death penalty. I'm sure his lawyer is very proud. And Abeer and her family ... Justice ...?

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Posted in: U.S. harshly rebukes Israel on settlement plans See in context

You shouldn't bite the hand that feeds you. On that subject is it possible that Mr.Obama is biting off a little more than he can chew?

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Posted in: Woman arrested for dumping unwanted newborn on Gunma road See in context

What's all the fuss about? There were around 500,000 abortions in Japan last year. What's a few minutes more or less? "The Japanese system, the families of both father and mother should all hang their heads in shame for letting this innocent baby meet it's end so tragically and so prematurely." It happens all the time. If a baby can be killed legally at nine months ..."

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Posted in: American commander: U.S. on the road out of Iraq See in context

FromEurope. Sarcasm? I know I shouldn't. Osakadaz. Where's the money? It was Henry Ford all those years ago. Who is it now? Everything you said is true but it's going to happen again and again and again and again. "However, the independent Government Accountability Office reported to Congress earlier this year that the withdrawal would be a “massive and expensive effort” that would likely increase war costs by billions." Brainwashing doesn't come into it. How do you know a politician is lying? His lips are moving.

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Posted in: American commander: U.S. on the road out of Iraq See in context

But where are they going next? Iraq has been liberated just as Vietnam was. Iran? Syria? Be afraid. Be very afraid.

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Posted in: Kennedy remembered for 'dream he kept alive' See in context

“The Mass of Christian burial weaves together memory and hope” Nothing is impossible for God but he must be struggling with Ted. Was he a voice for the most vunerable, the most innocent of human beings? Anything but. The Catholic Church is a strange place sometimes. He should have been excommunicated but he's given a full Catholic burial?

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Posted in: Kennedy's body begins final poignant tour See in context

****the funeral Mass on Saturday at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Basilica I don't get it. Kennedy was a fervent abortion rights supporter. Don't Catholics excommunicate people with such beliefs? I'm sure Edward is having a nice chat with the late J.C. about "which part of 'thou shalt not kill didn't you understand?"'

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Posted in: World leaders pay tribute to Kennedy See in context

Good girl Jennifer. Couldn't have put it better. And I'm sure there are plenty of Irish people who are ashamed that this man could call himself Catholic.

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Posted in: Osaka construction worker arrested for throwing feces at female passersby See in context

I wonder did he wash his hands afterwards?

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Posted in: Yang's PGA win helps Asian golf surge See in context

I don't think the Honda Classic is a major. The majors have been a bit strange this year with a 59 year old almost winning the Btitish Open and now Yang upsetting Mr.Woods. Not a good result for Japan.

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Posted in: 8 suspects, including mother, held in rape of 16-yr-old girl in Fukuoka See in context

biglittleman I'm all for learning humility, the most underated virtue around, but I think rape is a little bit severe as a teaching tool..

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Posted in: You're Bob Dylan? NJ police want to see some ID See in context

"I Want You" by Dylan is as good as it gets musically. Both from a singing and a writing point of view.

**The guilty undertaker sighs, The lonesome organ grinder cries, The silver saxophones say I should refuse you. The cracked bells and washed-out horns Blow into my face with scorn, But it's not that way, I wasn't born to lose you.

I want you,**

Crazy but brilliant. This story just confirms that Dylan is COOL. (I think)

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Posted in: Japan baseball, softball officials disappointed over 2016 Games vote See in context

Um muniqui19 What I was trying to say was that if I had a choice between going to a cricket match or watching a baseball game or watching paint dry I'd choose the latter. Just a personal preference.

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Posted in: You're Bob Dylan? NJ police want to see some ID See in context

People in the States don't know who Dylan is? What's the educational system coming to? I'm sure they'd recognise Paris Hilton.

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Posted in: Holocaust denier begins jail term in Australia See in context

You're so right. Good night.

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Posted in: Holocaust denier begins jail term in Australia See in context

You can't criticise gays. You can't have a facist form of government. And you can't deny the holocaust.

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Posted in: Holocaust denier begins jail term in Australia See in context

PleasureGelf Thanks for that. I have checked the figures and "estimated" is the word that keeps coming up. My main point is that the Jews aren't the only people to have suffered. Calling a person a 'Holocaust denier' is much the same as calling someone a 'Facist' or a 'Homophobe' when we don't like what they are saying. It's not a rational argument.

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Posted in: Japan baseball, softball officials disappointed over 2016 Games vote See in context

Why not cricket? It's more international than baseball and nearly as exciting.

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Posted in: Holocaust denier begins jail term in Australia See in context

I was just asking the innocent question 'why 6 million'? Why noy 6.5 million or 5.5 million? Everything about the holocaust seems to be set in stone. Of course the Jews suffered terribly but they haven't a monopoly on suffering. Why is it when the holocaust is discussed no one mentiones the 6+ million poles, gypsies and other "undesirables" that the Nazis killed in addition to the Jews? Why indeed? What about the millions who were murdered by Stalin, Mao, Pol Pot ... Has anyone heard of the Armenian Genocide? Don't put Toben in jail. Prove categorically that he is wrong.

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Posted in: Holocaust denier begins jail term in Australia See in context

*He suggested only 2,007 people could have been killed at the camp.

Researchers estimate that between 1.1 million and 1.5 million people—mainly Jews—were killed at Auschwitz by the Nazis. In total, 6 million Jews were killed in the genocide.*

I've often wondered why 6 million? Where did that figure come from? Oops not supposed to ask that question, am I?

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Posted in: Awa Dance See in context

Love the hats.

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Posted in: Aso asks voters to stick with LDP because it has produced results See in context

It's nice to see everyone agreeing on something. Of course Aso is stupid and evil as the media here keeps telling us. Brainwashed? Who? Us?

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Posted in: French pool bars Muslim woman for 'burquini' suit See in context

I wear a Bermuda shorts arrangement and look very cute. Why in this beautiful modern world of ours are people so scared of being, looking different? The burquini sounds awful but let her look awful. It's her problem. "Under the policy, swimmers are not allowed in pools with baggy clothing, including surfer-style shorts. Only figure-hugging suits are permitted." Liberté, égalité, fraternité where are you?

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Posted in: 'Gayjin' find it tough going in Tohoku See in context

Oh dear, oh dear, the truth hurts doesn't it? Otherwise why so angry? Maybe George Michael has coloured my vision somewhat but gays have to face up to the fact that there's isn't the only agenda in town. There are lots of sexual preferences. Some do more harm than others.

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Posted in: 'Gayjin' find it tough going in Tohoku See in context

Pukey2 The fact that he's going to spend a part of his life looking for partners in outside tiolets is HIS problem. The fact that 90% of people believe what he is doing is unnatural is a problem. I know that's not what statistics show but statistics are made up by trendy intellectuals bent on being PC.

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