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Posted in: The hills of Chiba are calling See in context

Kamogawa and Katsuura are just a 20 minute drive in either direction. The waves fluctuate, but you can usually count on a 4-6 foot swell somewhere in the area. Check out alot of spots before you decide. There's only two main roads that run down the coastline so it's pretty easy to navigate.

Water quality at the beaches is pretty good. Visibility to 15feet on somedays less than 3feet after a storm or typhoon mucks it up. The campsite isn't too bad either, but I woudn't drink the river water. I've eaten fish that I caught out of it though, didn't have any problems after that.

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Posted in: Train ticket machine gives back too much change in Nagoya See in context

I think it means that the machine doesn't have the necessary sensors in the dispenser chute.

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Posted in: The hills of Chiba are calling See in context

I've been camping there quite a few times.

Nice place to set up a base camp when spending a weekend or more surfing.

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Posted in: Vehicle rip-offs change with the times See in context

If only it were posssible to get the numbers of stolen Honda Cubs.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aaeKrqJJqm0

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Posted in: Actor Charlton Heston dies at 84 See in context

What the anti-gun crowd refuse to admit, is that the NRA spends more than 2/3rds of it's revenue on gun/firearm safety education, and advocate more stringent background checks. An NRA spokesman said shortly after the VTech shooting, something to the effect of; if the checks that the NRA approves of were in place, Choi would have never been able to purchase even a hunting rifle.

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Posted in: Chancellor's secret sex room revealed in court See in context

Harmless fetish, or neccesary sex-aid. Talkin' about the 18inch double-ended jelly dong, you know who you are!

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Posted in: Which current world leader do you respect the most? See in context

I still stand fast with the King and Queen of Sealand. A family of 6 fought 2 wars (against England and Germany) and still stick it to the man by remaining free and independant.

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Posted in: Fertility festival See in context

And to the prudes. I suppose then, that the National Geographic and the Discovery Channel are "lewd" for showing, OMG! naked breasts and men in clad only in penis sheaths! Naked tribal men and women! Naked tribal Children! This constitutes child pornography! Worship of the phallus is one of the oldest forms of deity-worship, and understandably so; as ancient cultures depended heavily on high birth rates.

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Posted in: Fertility festival See in context

Misleading caption. The actual festival is men in priests robes carrying a wooden un-painted phallus that is thrice the size of the that pink one. Women wishing for successful pregnancy are invited to straddle the wooden phallus as the preists chant mantras to the fertility god. The pink phallus and the Okamas are some 2-chome lady-dudes trying to jump the bandwagon.

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Posted in: “Yoso Guy” to be regular member for Fuji's kids program See in context

He will be the arts and crafts, and Japanese traditon teacher.

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Posted in: Malaysian man gets divorced twice in one day See in context

Both his wives? He must've been a real w*nker

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Posted in: Celebrity Australian chef introduces Japan to the pleasure of breakfast See in context

Stone baked Roo is an authentic Australian cusine.

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Posted in: PETA urges baseball stadiums to go vegetarian See in context

"I also think it's sickening how teams feature carnivorous animals as their mascots, like the Tigers and Lions.

Why can't they take the lead of the Yakult Swallows and promote a healthy vegan lifestyle.

I'd definitely go and watch the Rakuten Rabbits play the Saitama Seibu Soybeans."

As long as sports are male-dominated, cute, fluffy, and vegetative team names are not gonna be popular. A zucchini just doesn't garner the same respect as a bear, eagle, lion, shark, tiger, pirate, rocket, marlin, fighter, giant, wolf, bull, devil ray, etc...

<strong>Moderator: Back on topic please.</strong>

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Posted in: Bagpipe See in context

Damn pipers, always sticking it to the man. ;P

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Posted in: Woman forced to remove nipple ring at Texas airport See in context

When nipple rings are outlawed, only outlaws will have nipple rings.

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Posted in: Magician found dead in Kochi See in context

Altria I'm reminded of the Edward Norton, Scarlet Johanssen movie; "The Illusionist".

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Posted in: Canada seal hunt marred by deadly boat accident See in context

With the same priciple applied, the same can be said about every livestock farmer, fisherman and herdsman. Killing animals for food and clothing doesn't seem to be leaving our evolution anytime soon.

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Posted in: Al-Qaida grooming militants who look western: CIA chief See in context

Nick Berg. How does a White American Jewish boy, meet a known terrorist on a college campus bus and hit it off so well that he decides to give said terrorist his laptop password and database access card. Nevermind that he was already under scrutiny fron the CIA for some shady "tourist trips" to the middle east. Just when the FBI is about to put him on the watchlist, he shows up in Iraq missing his head. Just forget it, no journalist bothered to check up on him, he was a "contractor". Swallow their meaning of life.

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Posted in: Al-Qaida grooming militants who look western: CIA chief See in context

John Walker Lindh.

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Posted in: Celebrity Australian chef introduces Japan to the pleasure of breakfast See in context

The Japanese definition of "Bacon" is salted, pressed, and smoked/steamed. It's cut thicker than American Bacon, and usually doesn't fry into a crisp. Most bacon in Japan is called something like "shoulder bacon" or "smoked pork"

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Posted in: Which current world leader do you respect the most? See in context

The King and Queen of the Municipality of Sealand.

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Posted in: Man found stabbed to death in restaurant car park in Saitama See in context

"“He was taken to hospital but died on arrival.”

Probably more like “declared dead on arrival.” This mistranslation always irks me."

In Japanese it would be "病院で死亡が確認されました” (His death was confirmed at the hospital) In Japan, only a physician can declare a person dead, unless there are visible signs of decay or other indications that the person is indeed dead. (ie; decapitaition)

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Posted in: Celebrity Australian chef introduces Japan to the pleasure of breakfast See in context

A good hearty English breakfast helps prevent gall-stones; recent study.

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Posted in: Chancellor's secret sex room revealed in court See in context

Seems fitting that he would shoot his public roster photo in his "Earl of Burgundy-esque" graduation ceremony attire.

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Posted in: Woman forced to remove nipple ring at Texas airport See in context

If they cannot think of a compelling enough reason to force removal of body piercings, the woman should be compensated fully.

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Posted in: Woman forced to remove nipple ring at Texas airport See in context

Leave it to the Aviation Cops to think of a dangerous application for nipple rings.

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Posted in: 5-year-old boy drowns in pond in Iwate See in context

The same people who berate the lack of fences will rap Japan on cementing rivers.

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Posted in: Man found stabbed to death in restaurant car park in Saitama See in context

Poor dude. He got Saitama'ed.

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