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Posted in: Amid impeachment drama, Trump lawyer Giuliani back in Ukraine See in context

He's back there to tie up loose ends,threaten with dirt,collect any new dirt and cover his and Trump's tracks.

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Posted in: Abe slammed for revealing operator of document shredder was disabled See in context

Time for the Japanese populace to make a choice.

They have by repeatedly voting him and his party back in.You got more chance of Abe resigning than

the flock doing something about his outrageous arrogance in actions.

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Posted in: Abe slammed for revealing operator of document shredder was disabled See in context

If there's one thing about South Korea is that they'll throw the president in gaol if he/she gets up to no good.Abe can act with an impunity that only a Putin or Xi could match.Japanese people,in truth, should be ashamed of themselves for accepting this kind of behavior.But when your catchphrase is "Shoganai" that explains the indifference.I refuse to accept he can't be replaced because the graves of indispensable people are filled with them.

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Posted in: Japan enacts law to introduce flexible working hours for teachers See in context

You know this is bogus and won't work.I have a student that deals with the broadcasting club,basketball club and is an I.T. class teacher,currently in Guam on her first year students school excursion.Where's the flexibility there? It's a joke,and no wonder teachers taking time off work due to mental stress is increasing as it is.Japan just wants to make you a slave to the rhythm.

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Posted in: Japan's drugs policy: Punish or treat? See in context

Purely to cower the populace by making examples of celebrities,along with changing the narrative of the govt's numerous scandals.

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Posted in: New Zealand to ban big foreign political donations See in context

China's got enough citizens in N.Z. and overseas to flood whomever with donations.

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Posted in: White House says Trump won't participate in Wednesday's impeachment hearing See in context

Lol two times.As if anyone really thought he would.Even his supporters knew he wouldn't.

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Posted in: Black Friday frenzy goes global - and not everyone’s happy See in context

The term Black Friday comes from retailers' claim that it was the day when they went from being lossmaking for the year - in the red - to making a profit - in the black.

Wrong.And you know it.

When I saw the article saying not everyone's happy with B.F. I thought it was because of where the historical origins of it came from.But this is an article grumbling about money and the deception of B.F's.The same ol' same ol'.

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Posted in: Crown prince urges daughter to update public on marriage plans See in context

Never liked him or the wife.Shifty as look about them.A real nosy busybody like a woman.

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Posted in: Manga about 40-something man’s relationship with daughter’s schoolgirl friend sparks controversy See in context

What a fairytale of a storyline.It's just a brain dead way to put out there what we already know about Japanese society,in that many much older men have a lust for young girls.Must be the uniform angle in part.No 17 year old is gonna be interested in a middle-aged guy unless she's benefiting.Remember enjo kosai or paid prostitution with high school girls,which was the rage before and is still probably happening on the down low anyway.Tell that story.But it paints those men in a negative light and isn't titillating enough to send the message that this otogi-banashi wants to.

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Posted in: China warns U.S. of retaliation for law backing Hong Kong protesters See in context

What next China? So bratty like a child who doesn't get their own way.

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Posted in: Man shot dead in Hyogo Pref in possible gang feud See in context

My student didn't come to the lesson yesterday because his mother was worried, even though the shooter had been arrested!!

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Posted in: Giuliani calls Trump to tell him he was joking about having an 'insurance policy' See in context

Lies,lies and more lies.He's got the dirt and we know it.

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Posted in: Britain's chief rabbi warns 'poison' of anti-Semitism has taken root in Labour See in context

Labour not winning the election has nothing to do with his anti-semitism. The Labour party clearly has the wrong man for the right time,for an election victory.

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Posted in: Abe urges China to maintain free and open Hong Kong See in context

You will regret the consequences if you dont.

Oh really? Is this a prediction? Clearly not,more like the same ol',same ol' propaganda spew,which is your norm.

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Posted in: Abe urges China to maintain free and open Hong Kong See in context

That is such a sorry statement by Abe.It's really just a token acknowledgement of the situation,without saying anything to piss off China.And to have an: ...agreement that paves the way for China to lift its prolonged import ban on Japanese beef,which is more important.Phony leader.

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Posted in: Iran planning attacks on Israel: Netanyahu See in context

Iran wouldn't attack Israel now.That would only strengthen Netan's hand and at present he and Israel are in weakened states.

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Posted in: Landslide democratic win in HK election raises pressure on city's leader See in context

The bullet or the ballot.But only in a democracy. Unfortunately this election result will mean nothing to the mainland. Integrating H.K.by any means necessary,sooner than scheduled,is the goal. I'm sure,Taiwan is nervously watching, because potentially they're up next

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Posted in: Bloomberg launches Democratic presidential bid See in context

Not feeling all these retiree aged people vying for the presidency. Definitely shows that the U.S. is on the downslide if they need to look to the future with people who could easily keel over tomorrow and not be too shocked.Incumbent included.

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Posted in: Abe: Political heir with skill for surviving scandal See in context

Laying it on real thick with the daily blow-by-blow article on Dear Leader, don't you think?

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Posted in: Actress Sawajiri tests negative after admitting drug use See in context

Apparently she has the same lawyer as Ghosn. Is that a plus though?

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Posted in: What are some ways that living with a spouse are different from living with someone you’re going steady with? See in context

A childless marriage is more of a challenge!

Could only be said by someone without kids.My first 12 years were a breeze.Late nights,almost every night.Slap and tickle galore and not a child to have to wake up to in the morn.Next month is 12 years on with a child! Try it and see the difference.

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Posted in: Johnson, Corbyn square off in 1st UK election debate See in context

Labor's mistake,which will ultimately cost them the election,is the not jettisoning of Corbyn from time.There's really nothing prime ministerial about him.Or Johnson,but when the cupboard is bare...

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Posted in: Joseph to take Japan to next Rugby World Cup See in context

Joseph has gone as far as he can with this team.As a foreigner,your expiration date is good for one cycle being a Japan coach.EJ knew it and moved on.I predict he won't be the coach come 2023 WC.

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Posted in: Asian airlines slash flights to Hong Kong as unrest escalates See in context

My student's manager just came back from Hong Kong and he says it's like civil war. All the staff want to transfer out of Hong Kong out of fear. The only good thing is you can drive your car fast because the police are busy so won't stop you.

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Posted in: Abe ties record for Japan's longest-serving PM See in context

An article written very favorably of Abe.No surprise though.

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Posted in: What are some ways that living with a spouse are different from living with someone you’re going steady with? See in context

Well you definitely better shut down any extra- curricular activities.But I don't feel it's so different until you have a child or two.If married and childless,you're a glorified boyfriend/girlfriend couple that got married.I was that for 12 years till we decided to have a child.After having,it's so different.

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Posted in: Actress Sawajiri admits taking illegal drugs for over 10 years See in context

A petty,vindicative bust.The quantity is as low as interest rates and the tv is banging on about it non-stop like she was a yakuza drug dealer.Maybe if she were,she'd be protected by you know who.

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Posted in: Nearly 20% of Japan households using e-money but cash still king See in context

My students pay me in cash and I'll be damned into changing that.Long live paper money!

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Posted in: Abe's approval rating wilts amid accusations of party funding See in context

Does it matter? He's unofficially the P.M. for life.More teflon than Don or people are just that apathetic to his actions since it doesn't affect them?

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