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Posted in: Convenience store robber politely asks, 'May I have some money?’ See in context

Politely respond back "No you may not."

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Posted in: Musk out as Tesla chairman, but remains CEO in $40 mil SEC settlement See in context

Is SEC bought out by Super Pacs too? Musk has target on his back for going against dirty energy companies and US auto industry that go hand in hand.

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Posted in: U.S. Open champ Naomi Osaka gets hero's welcome in Japan See in context

Great that she's showing the world that you don't have to be a douche to be a winner. Thanks Naomi!

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Posted in: Conan O’Brien arrives in Japan See in context

Like how he keeps thing fresh

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Posted in: Meghan Markle named People's best dressed woman See in context

People what?? Waste of paper it's printed on.

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Posted in: Robot teachers invade Chinese kindergartens See in context

Scary if and when robots start monitoring every answer, action of each child. George Orwell's "Big Brother" has truly arrived.

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Posted in: Honey the lonely dolphin, abandoned in aquarium, sparks public outcry See in context

Agree that Japanese government, going forward should have strict regulations in place for any company/municipalities wanting to open zoo and/or aquarium. They need treat them just like financial institutions. Entities must allocate certain amount of capital/reserve set aside to care for these animals apart from annual operating expenses. In other words, unless they pass basic "financial stress test", these entities should not be granted any license or certification to operate zoos/aquarium. This stress test must be passed every year if not every other year in order for them to keep operating. If they fail, entities must hand over animals to sanctuaries using their own reserve set aside. This will act as deterrent to any entities wishing to open zoo/aquarium to not take it's financial and moral obligation to living creatures lightly.

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Posted in: Conan O’Brien announces trip to Tottori Prefecture’s Conan Town See in context

Conan is so funny and awesome!

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Posted in: Japan to set up immigration agency to cope with influx of foreigners See in context

Please invest in tech infrastructure to manage minimum baseline of 1.28 million workers. Pencil, paper and hanko stamping ain't going to cut it anymore.

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Posted in: Japan to nurture young scientists by integrating education programs See in context

Sounds great. The "holding back" mentality needs to change.

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Posted in: Trump worries that Mueller interview could be a 'perjury trap' See in context

Interesting how Congress hasn't come to Trump's aid collectively on this matter. Perhaps this is the only card they have to keep Trump in control regarding the budget for building the wall, China tariff etc. . . . If Republicans loose Congress(very unlikely) or Senate to Democrats at midterm election, then they might not care what happens to Trump anymore. Mueller investigation could proceed with full force.

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Posted in: High-tech Tokyo tops list of world's most innovative cities See in context

Interesting to see how long Tokyo can maintain this accolade. It's almost a social experiment as country ages and young people disappear. Is innovation in high tech possible without creative minds mostly associated with youth/young people(as millennials in US)?

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Posted in: Elon Musk just made it easier for shareholders to sue Tesla for fraud See in context

Unfortunately Musk and Trump have one thing in common: not able to control their impulsiveness

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Posted in: 'Crazy Rich Asians' dazzles with $34 mil 5-day opening See in context

Who the hell is Henry Golding? Is he a famous actor from Malaysia or some Hollywood influenced nobody? Highly doubt they couldn't find a real Asian already famous leading male actor.

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Posted in: Madonna gets no respect for Aretha Franklin VMA tribute See in context

Exactly why I don't watch these awards anymore. The so called artists (should call themselves celebrities trained by karaoke) and those that create these shows are all garbage.

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Posted in: Facebook in talks with banks to expand customer service See in context

So now they want to collect our financial info to sell it to political parties? Any bank that collaborates with Facebook should see mass customer exodus.

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Posted in: Outcry as Japanese winemaking couple ordered to leave France See in context

So they're doing better than others but have to leave? Doesn't make sense. Were the officials bribed? Almost sounds like someone or some company wants to take over their land and grapes due to its high demand.

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Posted in: ABC to air 'Roseanne' spinoff sans controversial star See in context

Good riddance of this trailer trash.

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Posted in: Fox spirits and demons: China's tech giants splash out in cartoon arms race See in context

Guess theme of oppression, evil government, revolt and revolution of any kind must be avoided at all costs. Must be hard to come up with good plot with so much censorship.

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Posted in: Trump slams Harley-Davidson plan to move some U.S. production overseas to avoid tariffs See in context

At the end it's Harley's employees that will suffer the most by being laid off. Most companies won't have the money nor time on their hands to wait for outcome of tariff war.

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Posted in: Japanese father thanks Taiwanese man for assisting son before death See in context

Nice to know that there's decent people in Japan and Taiwan.

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Posted in: China sounds out Japan, S Korea for another summit this year See in context

Good or bad, Japan and South Korea ready for China's beck and call might be the new normal.

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Posted in: S Korean court rejects damages suit filed by ex-'comfort women' See in context

Have they received any money from the $8.8 million paid in 2015? Can't oppose the 2015 deal while trying to get paid from the settlement too.

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Posted in: Value for money? Major aid donors fail transparency test; Japan among worst See in context

This is why big donors should only give to Red Cross, UNICEF, WWF and other established charities.

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Posted in: Father of slain Vietnamese girl demands death penalty See in context

He should get the death penalty. Sends a good message to any other monsters that prey on children and think they can get away with it.

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Posted in: Oprah Winfrey to produce shows for Apple See in context

So what comes next Disney phones?

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Posted in: 'Norman,' when artificial intelligence goes psycho See in context

The real scare would be if Norman will "choose" only to interpret data of "people dying" even though it is fed both normal and dying images.

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Posted in: S Korea conducts war games to defend islands against Japan See in context

Guess they need to give their military something to do now that their joint military exercises has been postponed by Trump indefinitely

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Posted in: Japan confronts risks of U.S. alliance based on dollars and deals, not values See in context

Either Japan beefs up its own military or pays the US to protect it. Unfortunately this is the "new Republican run" normal. Japan will be in a very difficult position. If Japan buys more weapons from US to strengthen own military and appease Trump then Japan will most certainly antagonize neighboring China and Russia. There's always the fear of Trump flip-flopping and not keeping promise of protecting Japan once money is spent on weapons that fatten US corporations that makes them. This is a president that makes every decision based on dollar and cents because he's a businessman and not a politician. Japan should inevitably do what is right for itself even if it means making own weapons and learn to stand on its own two feet.

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Posted in: Trump threatened to send 25 million Mexicans to Japan: report See in context

The question here is what has Japan contributed to the immigration crisis if it's not taking in any immigrants? If nothing, why is it exempt from the other G6 countries?

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