Burning Bush comments

Posted in: Gender equality at work more than 200 years off: WEF See in context

I can't think of one perk I have that women at my work don't.

Our salaries and benefits are exactly the same.

Is it different at other companies?

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Posted in: Trump willing to look at extraditing Turkish cleric, but noncommittal See in context


Erdogan might prevail afterall.

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Posted in: Judge fiercely criticizes Trump ex-adviser Flynn; delays Russia probe sentencing See in context


Any evidence he provided to Mueller is now inadmissible. He's a proven liar.


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Posted in: Japanese Buddhist seeks to educate West on swastika of good fortune See in context

The Nazis got the Swastika from Blavatsky, who in turn got it from Buddhists in Tibet.

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Posted in: Geoffrey Rush faces new claims of inappropriate behavior See in context

told The New York Times that Rush had danced naked in front of her in their dressing room, when she starred opposite him in the theatre production "The Diary of a Madman" in 2010 and 2011.

The 33-year-old also says he used a mirror to watch her as she showered, and sent her erotic text messages.

Why not have separate dressing rooms and heaven forbid... separate showers?

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Posted in: In democracies' political chaos, new model emerges See in context

Power doesn't come from tear gas or rubber bullets, it comes from the people.

The French people have spoken and deserve their voice to be heard.

Maiden has hit Paris and it's time for the government to relinquish power to the Yellow Vests who represent the voice of the people.

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Posted in: Putin calendar sales surpassing those of Japanese stars in Japan See in context

Bought by the hordes of Japanese who wish they had a real leader.

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Posted in: Artificial intelligence's rise exposes gaping gender gap See in context

I have yet to work for a company that has gender specific pay grades.

Has anybody ever seen one?

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Posted in: At least 20 Afghan civilians killed in airstrike See in context

Note that the perpetrator, the US, is omitted from the headline.

If Russia were to be accused, you can bet that Russia or Putin would be front and center in headline.

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Posted in: Too old to run? Biden wrestles with age as he eyes 2020 run See in context

Democrats can't wield a winnable candidate.

Can any Democrats evoke the same passion in Americans that Trump does?

Trump 2020 is sealed.

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Posted in: Tear gas on the Champs-Elysees but fewer Paris protesters See in context

Government by tear gas means the government has lost the right to government.

It's time for Macron to resign.

It's clear the people of France want a change.

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Posted in: Fake idol neural network company explains its goals: 'Humans and AIs creating together' See in context

This can actually benefit society. Since the attention of men and boys can harmlessly be focused on computer images and fake personas, real world sexual violence will decrease.

Girls and women will be safer.

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Posted in: Robots working as tour guides at Yokohama Landmark Tower See in context

Wouldn't an app or a link via a 3D barcode be a little cheaper?

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Posted in: Russian woman admits being agent; pleads guilty in U.S. to conspiracy See in context

So Alex Jones was right, conspiracies do exist.

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Posted in: Mass graves found near ex-IS stronghold: Syria state media See in context

That's odd, when the Syrian civil war started the Western MSM kept telling the world that the rebels were the good guys.

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Posted in: Not much progress being made at climate talks See in context

Talk all you want. The earth's climate is driven by natural cycles and the sun's energy. A natural cooling period or warming period will come whether you like it or not, they have come and gone for billions of years.

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Posted in: Court rejects Ghosn's appeal to end detention See in context

Can't have him out in public making speeches. He still has friends at Nissan and could easily pull a reverse coup just by walking in the HQ building in Yokohama and staring everybody down.

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Posted in: Rakuten and Walmart open first Walmart e-commerce store in Japan See in context

Walmart’s international expertise in delivering high-quality U.S. brand products


More like Walmart's expertise in peddling cheap made in China crap.

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Posted in: Letters from Japan: 'The guy I met online wants to go on a trip together. Should I say yes?' See in context

So you'll go on a trip with some online guy you've never met before but if a guy approached you at Starbucks and kindly asked to sit with you you'd probably yell creep.

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Posted in: Support falls for France's 'yellow vest' protests: polls See in context

The polls are rigged by the government. Regular citizens are on the streets in huge number, risking arrest and facing down tear gas and rubber bullets.

People of France. We are with you!

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Posted in: Can Macron survive France's 'yellow vest' revolution? See in context


The people have spoken and the more violence Macron tries to use to stamp down the will of the citizenry the more will take to the streets.

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Posted in: Trump calls for end to Mueller probe despite Russian campaign bid findings See in context

I say let the Mueller show go on. Liberals need a tease and a distraction. And Mueller is always on the cusp on something but never delivers anything.

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Posted in: Paris under siege: Tear gas, fury on the Champs-Elysees See in context

If Macron needs to tear gas his citizens to stay in power he's lost the right to govern.

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Posted in: Canada defends arrest of Huawei exec as markets wobble See in context

What a joke, there are millions of political prisoners in PRC who have zero rights.

Agreed, but is arbitrarily arresting their citizens the right way to show them they're wrong?

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Posted in: Eiffel Tower, shops, to close as fears of French protest violence mount See in context

The harder Macron's thugs try to stamp on the rights of the people to protest the more everyday citizens will hit the streets to demand change.

You can't stop a revolution whose time has come.

Freedom for France!

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Posted in: Canada defends arrest of Huawei exec as markets wobble See in context

If dealing with Iran is a US crime, then every Iranian who passes through Vancouver airport should be arrested.

After all, technically any human who trades with Iran is susceptible to arrest.

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Posted in: 1 Marine killed, 5 others missing after 2 aircraft collide during mid-air refueling exercise See in context

Another Navy accident in the Pacific ?!?!?

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Posted in: French gov't weighs further steps to pacify protesters See in context

The people want an end to all taxes related to the climate change swindle.

Let us live and enjoy our lives and we'll stop protesting.

Quit try to control and tax every aspect of our lives under the auspices of some vague climate change crap.

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Posted in: Macron makes U-turn on fuel-tax increases in face of protests See in context

The young people of Europe are wising up to fact that all the climate change nonsense is just a huge tax swindle.

Well done people of Paris.

The world thanks you.

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Posted in: U.S. gives Russia 60 days to comply with nuclear treaty See in context

Russia is happy to leave, there's a whole slew of fancy new weapons that the Russian military is ready to deploy. The Novator 9M729 is just one of them. There are more coming.

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