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Posted in: Hong Kong police fire tear gas as chaos grips city See in context

Alexander Einz should the Chinese go to have crushed it earlier like they crushed and shot people in Tianamen Square?

Bit of mass murder should show them who's the boss eh

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Posted in: Australians take shelter from intense bushfires See in context

Stay safe Aussie friends

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Posted in: South Africa beat England 32-12 to win 3rd World Cup See in context

Christmas came early.. The English lost!!!

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Posted in: 39 people found dead in truck container in southeast England See in context

Jesus. Absolutely shocking

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Posted in: Rugby World Cup organizers cancel 2 games due to typhoon See in context

I have an English mate flying in from New York, Friday to Sunday just for the England France game. He must be gutted.

We did the Jet program in Shikoku and haven't met in over 20 years.

How sad. Wonder will he still come

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Posted in: EU sees hope in Brexit talks; Irish leader sees wide gaps See in context

Crash and burn from Boris and his minion Dom.

But they aren't going to win this.

The UK held to ransom by a bunch of over privileged delusionists.

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Posted in: Civilians flee Syrian border towns as Turkish warplanes, artillery begin offensive See in context

If you go around betraying your allies it will come back to bite you.

Especially when you are creating an atmosphere where everyone is waiting for your downfall.

A very sad individual.

No leadership at all despite having the deepest wisdom the world has ever seen

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Posted in: Scotland heading for high-pressure game against Japan See in context

Sadly most countries are pay per view. My mum and dad said they can only watch the Irish games live, every thing else is 15 minutes highlights. They want to spread the game but deny ordinary people to watch it. Same in New Zealand. Stupid.

Now us Irish have to rely on the Scots doing a Gary McKay a la 1988

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Posted in: Japan stun world No. 2 Ireland with 19-12 victory at Rugby World Cup See in context

KariHaruka Japanese wife's are always annoying haha. Actually my Japanese wife is so sad Japan beat us Irish.

But she is weird as well as annoying!!!

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Posted in: Japan stun world No. 2 Ireland with 19-12 victory at Rugby World Cup See in context

As an Irish man that hurt but Japan played fantastically. They were relentless.

At least I won the who can drink more beers contest with my local Japanese.

Every cloud has a silver lining

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Posted in: Japan bench captain Leitch for Ireland clash See in context

21 years in Japan and the first sporting fixture between Japan and Ireland. Can't wait. Gutted I couldn't get a ticket. But on the upside as a result of the exposure finally Japanese people will realise I'm not from Iceland.

Here's to a good game, with shared beers and a win for the boys in green.

Low lie the fields of Athenry!!!!

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Posted in: Johnson says tempers need to calm after Brexit furor See in context

Pot calling the kettle black. Johnsons strategy is to stir it up.

Can't believe a PM who has lost all of his first seven votes is still around.

Odious individual

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Posted in: Papua unrest death toll hits 26 See in context

History repeating itself. East Timor was the same

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Posted in: Slippery balls, high tackles: 5 Rugby World Cup talking points See in context

Slippery balls are always a problem

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Posted in: Ric Ocasek, singer for The Cars, dies at 75 See in context

Loved the intro to heartbeat city. Felt so atmospheric

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Posted in: Japan real wages drop for 7th straight month in July See in context

Can someone say what or how much is the average salary. How much the drop is. Just so I can do my own calculations

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Posted in: Johnson's Brexit plans in crisis after 3rd defeat in 2 days See in context

Ask any normal educated Brit is no deal brexit a good idea and they will all say no.

The only ones for a complete break away are older people harking for a time when brittania ruled the waves and insular xenophobes.

Seriously the EU are being kind to even entertain them

They have no plan. Nothing.

Boris the buffoon and his evil string puller Cummings

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Posted in: Democrats slam Pence for staying at Trump hotel in Ireland See in context

I would have loved to see Pences face as he had to meet the openly gay Taoiseach if Ireland.

Maybe that's why he stayed so far away from Dublin. Might have been afraid to dine alone with him just in case he tried it on...

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Posted in: Mountain hikers warned to protect themselves amid spate of strandings See in context

I climbed Happone in Hakuba during Obon. It was really busy.

I was surprised by the amount of older people who would struggle walking to the shops up there. Maybe because they could get a gondola most of the way.

Also it was very cloudy at the top with chances of lightning. I turned back just in case after 2 hours but most people have to get to the peak.

Think I was the only one not wearing all the hiking gear from Alpen etc.

Felt like a weirdo in a normal t shirt

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Posted in: 2 Australians arrested, paraded before media in Bali over cocaine possession See in context

Anyone stupid enough to be doing drugs kie that in Bali deserves their time.They just thought they were above the local laws.I love a good smoke but in some places you just dont do it and if you do pay the price

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Posted in: Britain calls for European naval mission to counter Iran's 'piracy' See in context

Think the days when brittania ruled the waves is long gone.

Typical British arrogance. Suddenly want the EUs help while at the same time telling th EU to get lost.

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Posted in: Johnson set for PM job beset by Brexit, Iran crisis See in context

This is going to be fun to watch..

The Boris clown show.

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Posted in: Madonna edges out Springsteen to top U.S. charts See in context

Is it the 80s again.

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Posted in: Relatives worried mass stabber was becoming recluse See in context

Where I live in the suburbs of Nagoya there are about 20 single older guys living quite near the school I run. Some will say hello, some ignore all interaction. One guy walked around the area harmlessly then disappeared. I heard he had touched up staff in the local family mart then was taken away and died within a week. Did he have alzheimers / dementia. I don't know.. Another old guy I used to exchange greetings disappeared over the spring holidays. He is probably languishing in a hospital somewhere. My heart bleeds for the families who have lost someone. But Japan has a ticking time bomb of frustrated, lost older men.. Impossible to police that. Don't no where this is going sadly.

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Posted in: Tearful British PM May says she will resign on June 7 See in context

You wouldn't see Angela Merkel blubbering like that.What happened the stiff upper lip.Feels like that song lyric "clowns to the left of me jokers to the right ,here I am stuck in the EU"!!!

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Posted in: Johnson stakes leadership claim as Brexit brings down May See in context

the damage the Tory party has inflicted on The UK ,is incredible.All over a vanity project.It will take them years to get over this.As an Irishman it's like watching a car crash.Grotesque but you just watch in disbelief at the levels of bufoonery.Don't think even Shakespeare could make this seem believable.

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Posted in: Japan exports fall again as Trump's trade policy threatens economic outlook See in context

Behind all of this is algorithms making a lot of rich people richer.

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Posted in: Tarantino strikes Cannes gold with 'Once Upon a Time In Hollywood' See in context

I saw pulp fiction when it came out in a cinema in Lyons France. The audience was stunned. Hopefully when I watch it in Japan it will be the same.. And I can pretend to be young again...

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Posted in: N Korea state media hits out at 'imbecile' Biden See in context

Next time I meet some clown I'm going to use this. You are have just uttered is sophism of the most imbecile quality bereft of human quality of being.. Can't wait for the response

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Posted in: Lawyer for Ghosn slams 'outrageous' rules on seeing wife See in context

It's disgraceful end of story. Whether he is guilty or not. What's next no talking to his daughters? Where is amnesty international on this. If the Chinese, North Korean or even Venezuela were doing this there would be outrage. But also the French govt seems to have washed their hands of him too. He might be a nefarious character but seems a bit extreme. God help me if the Japanese cops ever come after me... Although while cycling today there was a cop car behind me and as your mind wanders while exercising I ruminate over were the cops behind me or after me. Might try teach it in my next lesson

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