Burning Bush comments

Posted in: 'Evangelion' anime voice actress says gay man grabbed her chest in Tokyo bar district See in context

Err... maybe he isn't gay then.

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Posted in: Q&A: The Democratic debate over impeaching President Trump See in context

Go for it.

The spectacle will be fun, and the aftermath of a resounding Trump victory over "hands-on" Biden will be even better.

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Posted in: Syrian government steps up air strikes in northwest See in context

Syrian state news agency SANA said Kafr Nabouda had been taken from militants led by a group known as Tahrir al-Sham, previously called the Nusra Front and part of al Qaeda until it broke away and renamed itself.

Al Qaida's getting pounded into the dirt.

Who isn't happy about that?

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Posted in: #ThisIs2019: Where does Japan stand in its approach to women rights? See in context

Again, I'm sure it will give them a good laugh.

You're probably right, if I demanded equality people would probably laugh at me. Just like they laughed at Rosa Parks when she demanded equality on public transportation.

First they laugh, then they dismiss, then they fight and then you win.

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Posted in: Baghdad offers to mediate with U.S. as Iran's foreign minister visits Iraq See in context

How come you still refuse to say anything negative about Trump... Even on this?

It's not Trump's job to restrain Trump, the left-wing media is supposed to do that. Yet they seem to have gotten order to help cheerlead this coming attack on Iran so their suspiciously silent all of a sudden.

Just goes to show you that the entire US mainstream media is managed by a single source.

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Posted in: #ThisIs2019: Where does Japan stand in its approach to women rights? See in context

I can see two clear cut cases of gender inequality in Japan.

Female staff are allowed to enter male areas at onsens (I presume it would be illegal if the reverse occurred)

Women are granted their own train cars, men aren't.

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Posted in: Baghdad offers to mediate with U.S. as Iran's foreign minister visits Iraq See in context

How come there's no opposition to this pending war from any mainstream media source in the US.

Even the so-called "left-wing" anti-Trump outlets like PBS are peddling the imaginary "Iran threat" narrative.

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Posted in: Norway says Venezuela mediation to resume this week See in context

The United States and more than 50 other countries support Guaidó's claim to be Venezuela's rightful leader.

So over 140 countries, constituting the vast majority, and the UN refuse to recognize the US puppet.

140 countries and the UN recognize Maduro and only 50 recognize Guaido.

Maduro has prevailed.

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Posted in: U.S. beefing up forces in Middle East to counter Iran See in context

The mainstream media hates Trump.

Unless he's willing to start a war on Israel's behalf.

Then it's all Ra-Ra America.

Why isn't the American media doing anything to stop this coming war?

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Posted in: Honda recalls 137,000 SUVs in U.S. for sudden air bag deployments See in context

And we're supposed to trust these companies with autonomous cars.

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Posted in: Trump row with Democrats takes harsh turn with impeachment at stake See in context

I'm all for this impeachment thing.

Let them duke it out in public and let the voters decide how they feel about this mess in November 2020.

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Posted in: U.S. beefing up forces in Middle East to counter Iran See in context

Counter Iran from what?... Existence?

Iran's only crime is that it is a stable functioning Islamic country that is progressing in science and technology.

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Posted in: Vaccine doubts spread like disease, must be taken offline: vaccine chief See in context

"In my country, social media conspiracy groups

Social media conspiracy groups... right.

So now apparently there's a big conspiracy to get people off vaccines.

Right.... Got it.

How about just letting people speak their minds and make their own choices in life.

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Posted in: U.S. suspects Syria in new chemical attack, threatens reprisal See in context

Gas attacks in Syria happen on cue.

Everytime the Syrian army gains ground too quickly, a mysterious canister seems to get set off (and always in the vicinity of where the White Helmets operate)

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Posted in: Suzuki revives Katana large-size motorbike See in context

Awesome.

Truly is a shame that they don't make air/oil cooled bikes anymore.

I think the Yamaha Serrow is the last major one and it's only 250. Although Guzzi is still in the game.

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Posted in: U.S. to roll out economic part of Mideast peace plan See in context

Why did the US government appoint this particular person for the Peace Process.

Is this some twisted joke?

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Posted in: Trump tells anti-abortion activists to stay united for 2020 See in context

The correct term that is preferred by the advocates themselves is pro-life.

Let's at least stop with the name-calling.

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Posted in: 13 teen boys caught peeping into girls’ hot spring bath during class trip See in context

I'm a guy and in the guy's onsen area I see female cleaning staff coming in all the time. They walk in without the slightest care or "respect" for my privacy.

But I don't feel "violated" because I don't allow myself to feel that.

Women would be better off if they learned the same.

Good ahead and flaunt it with pride.

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Posted in: 13 teen boys caught peeping into girls’ hot spring bath during class trip See in context

Err...

Did any man out there NOT try to do this when they were 13?

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Posted in: Schwarzenegger attacked at S Africa sports event See in context

He'll be back.

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Posted in: U.S. men avoid spending time with female colleagues in the wake of #MeToo See in context

As long as accusations lead to immediate presumption of guilt and a subsequent firing and humiliation, men have no choice.

There are millions of fathers out there who have to feed their families and send their kids to college, you can't expect them to risk all that by being alone with a female coworker who can destroy his family with a mere accusation.

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Posted in: Abortion rights demonstration held on Cannes red carpet See in context

Demonstrating for the "right" to take the life of another.

Got it.

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Posted in: Erdogan says Turkey will jointly produce S-500s with Russia See in context

F-35s flying through S400 controlled airspace... what could go wrong.

He's right though, the F-35 program is deeply entangled with Turkey, it's going to really hurt to pull the plug.

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Posted in: At campaign rally, Biden decries Democratic 'anger' and pledges unity See in context

I really really hope Biden gets the nomination.

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Posted in: Bernie Sanders unveils plan to overhaul public education See in context

Bernie vs. Biden.

We're looking at a rerun of 2016, complete with a bright red map of the United States on election night.

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Posted in: 'New economics' - the way to save the planet? See in context

Liberals having less children.

Hmmm....

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Posted in: Study urges mandatory measles jabs as cases surge See in context

My body, my choice.

Don't want it.

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Posted in: Alabama abortion law draws some criticism, but mostly silence from Republicans See in context

How about this....

All human life is sacred and precious.

Whether it be a child in Iraq, a poor street kid or a baby born 2 months premature whose organs have not fully developed to allow him/her to breath on their own.

All human life is sacred and precious and no one has the right to take the life of another.

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Posted in: Alabama abortion law draws some criticism, but mostly silence from Republicans See in context

The best way to judge someone's character is to watch how they treat the weak and defenseless.

The weakest members of our society are the babies still in the womb who have no voice or ability to defend their rights.

I stand up for those defenseless babies who can't stand for themselves.

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Posted in: U.S. abortion rights activists vow to challenge landmark Alabama ban See in context

So Burning Bush, so you are all burned up with that crazy GOP governor signing EIGHT execution decrees and killing eight people, right?

You randomly and falsely assumed that I'm pro death penalty.

You are wrong. I value all life as sacred.

there is no evidence that a foetus is a human at the point of conception. 

Ok. When exactly does human life begin to have value?

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