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Posted in: Giuliani: 'Over my dead body' will Mueller interview Trump See in context

This is a fight to the death between President Trump (government for and by the people)... 

Lol of the day for sure.I'd be more concerned for the person making that statement.

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Posted in: Foreign tourists in Japan set to hit record high 30 mil in 2018 See in context

And in the 20+ years I've been here, I can't get any family member to broaden their horizon and come here for a visit.Feel p.o.'d actually. And next week I'm going back for the umpteenth time.Think I'm gonna make it the last dance.

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Posted in: Officer on duty was watching porn on smartphone when prisoner escaped from police station See in context

Just beat it!, beat it! No-one wants to be... caught.Lol.

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Posted in: China says second Canadian being investigated for harming state security See in context

The case will be resolved when Trump intervenes and drops the extradition case against Meng. He will spin it like a success, but he can be bought for money along the lines of his paymasters the Russians and the Saudis.

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Posted in: British PM May survives party confidence vote but Brexit deal still teetering See in context

Clearly the MPs didn't like the alternatives that were offering themselves forward and albeit reluctantly,chose to stay the 'course' with May. If the backbiting continues,she can always do a Cameron and call an unnecessary election,handing the premiership over to the Labor party.

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Posted in: Brexit deal in turmoil as May postpones Parliament vote See in context

She either gives in to the re-vote or steps down as the PM. May cannot go back to the EU grovelling for more concessions, when they said their offer was their best and final. In effect she's done, both at home and abroad,credibility wise.

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Posted in: PM Ardern apologizes to family of British tourist killed in New Zealand See in context

How can the PM apologize for something she didn't do? She could express a whole number of feelings, but she didn't do the killing.

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Posted in: Trump calls Tillerson 'dumb as a rock' and 'lazy' See in context

Well,I'll take it upon myself to be Captain Obvious.But if you hired someone that you consider like you tweeted... Well,what does that say about you, who hired him in the first place?

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Posted in: U.S. prosecutors name Trump in hush payments; detail Russian contacts See in context

Cohen is probably facing decades in prison if he doesn't cooperate. 42 months looks pretty darn good in comparison to that. Reports make it sound like he is particularly cooperative.

Well, if decades vs three and a half years,sure take them.But Flynn wouldn't know more than Cohen about Trump's shifty dealings and if the reports are correct like you said,that can't be his best deal.IF he comes clean.

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Posted in: U.S. prosecutors name Trump in hush payments; detail Russian contacts See in context

Cohen must be holding out fessing up the good stuff, hoping to get a pardon. Because how could Flynn get such a sweet referral and Cohen being the personal lawyer,the willing bullet taker get a 42 month recommendation when he knows where the bodies/skeletons are?

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Posted in: White House, Trudeau seek to distance themselves from Huawei exec's arrest See in context

How disingenious of the two.Only fools,(but there are a lot) would believe they had no knowledge of the impending arrest.

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Posted in: Ghosn admits he signed papers on post-retirement pay; Saikawa also questioned See in context

After all this, including this confession, are people still going to say that Nissan is just trying to get rid of the gaijin?

I know Japanese like sticking their head in the sand, but being in denial like this above comment suggests, is just plain dumb. Needs to broaden his reading beyond Japanese one-eyed viewpoints.

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Posted in: Ghosn admits he signed papers on post-retirement pay; Saikawa also questioned See in context

Unless the French govt or Renault kick him to the curb,Ghosn will have to be released on bail at some time.He'll probably be denied his passport to leave the country,but he can still run things as long as he's still in charge at Renault.Nissan's best hope is they don't let him out like what happened to the man accusing Abe in the nationalist school drama.He had to stay 10 months locked up.And then have him "mysteriously" die in custody.I can see that happening.Japan is not the sweet democracy that they have people thinking.

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Posted in: Mueller recommends no jail time for Flynn; calls his cooperation 'substantial' See in context

Flynn ain't getting that "Get out of jail free" card unless he had some really juicy,incriminating stuff.Don't hear the idiot in chief bashing Flynn for talking either,unlike his ex-lawyer,who'd have taken a bullet for him before.Now he's ducking "quack,quack."

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Posted in: Abe, Putin agree to set up new framework for territorial talks See in context

Abe is being played in the same manner by Putin as Trump is doing to him. There'll be no isles coming back. Never say never? Well I'm saying they'll never.At least whilst Putin is running the show. It serves no benefit to Russia in returning,but by floating out the idea of some kind of return,enables them to extract benefits from a gullible, legacy seeking, disaster of a premier.

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Posted in: Chinese actor arrested in Tokyo for alleged abuse of ex-girlfriend See in context

I would be in favour of stiffer penalties for meth production over just about any other drug, including heroin.

No drug has wreaked havoc worse than alcohol though,but because it's legal,people stay in denial about that fact.

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Posted in: JAL pilot, 10 times over alcohol limit, jailed for 10 months in UK See in context

 I only drink 3-4 times a year, but I usually have a great time when I do, and it's an enjoyable experience.

Drinking 3 to 4 times a year is not really drinking and as you know,it's bad for the body which was why you drink so infrequently. Hence I'm talking 'bout drinkers who drink.

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Posted in: JAL fires co-pilot jailed in UK for drinking excessive alcohol before flight See in context

He'll be alright.With the shortage of pilots as it is,just needs to lay low for awhile and some other airline will take him on soon enough.It's not like his license was taken away to fly like in some doctors' cases of not being able to practice.

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Posted in: Former Morning Musume singer Yoshizawa gets suspended sentence over hit-and-run See in context

It sickens me how the human psyche can change behind the wheel

Well, that's what drinking alcohol does to people.Gives them Dutch courage and lowers their common sense in their decision making.A recipe for disaster right there.

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Posted in: JAL pilot, 10 times over alcohol limit, jailed for 10 months in UK See in context

My life has been vastly enhanced, enriched & improved through alcohol. That's because I'm a wine vendor.

So, your pockets may well have been enriched,but when it comes to the drinking of the poison,that's a different story altogether, whether you acknowledge it or not.Being hammered doesn't improve,enhance or enrich anyone.And the 3.3 million alcohol related deaths worldwide in 2018, according to the WHO attests to that.

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Posted in: JAL pilot, 10 times over alcohol limit, jailed for 10 months in UK See in context

"I've known a lotta people who messed their life up with alcohol,but I've never known anyone who improved their life with alcohol."

Heard this quote on a Youtube video the other day. So very valid and true.

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Posted in: Trump cancels meeting with Putin over Russia's seizure of Ukrainian vessels See in context

Putin probably told Trump to do the cancellation to appear "tough" against Russia.We all know who's the daddy in that relationship.

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Posted in: Trump on Manafort pardon: 'I wouldn't take it off the table' See in context

It's not what you know,it's what you can prove.And if Mueller can prove his case, Trump,Manafort and all relevant lying cronies will go down quicker than a botched break-in.

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Posted in: Brexit deal: The end of a loveless 46-year marriage See in context

To a 'loveless marriage,' as Mae West once said, " When the sex goes it all goes."

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Posted in: Okinawa to hold U.S. base referendum on Feb 24 See in context

Why do I feel that Abe, like the party formerly known as the republicans in the U.S.,do some losing of ballot boxes,box stuffing or getting dead people to vote or vote twice to ensure victory? He's more teflon than Don and I don't mean that one.

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Posted in: EU finally seals Brexit deal; urges Britons to back PM May See in context

There shouldn't be another referendum even though people have now realized what a dumb idea to vote leave it was. Consequences and repercussions need to be meted out for voting leave. Along the same lines that the U.S. is learning the hard way about voting for Trump.But the common theme of both countries is that whites voted en bloc and you can't beat that.

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Posted in: EU finally seals Brexit deal; urges Britons to back PM May See in context

The EU came out with its best and final.Forget the Brexiteer MPs who are all mouth suggesting no deal is better,when they have no alternative proposal. They can afford to cut their nose off to spoil their face.

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Posted in: Nissan CEO says staff feels 'dismay' at Ghosn scandal See in context

Because Ghosn is a foreigner the disparaging of him by this CEO has been disgraceful.No way would the tone be in this manner,if he were Japanese. He's talking like this is the first time that a scandal has happened in Japan and it's because of the wretched gaijin.He ain't as clean as he talks that's for sure.

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Posted in: Osaka to host 2025 World Expo See in context

Too many negative commentators. Osaka is not a pretty city, or famous like Tokyo, or have so many attractions. 

Isn't the above a negative comment?

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Posted in: Osaka to host 2025 World Expo See in context

Hosting of world events isn't as glamorous and sexy as it used to be. For the locals,it's a shizfight to get to work,longer queues for everything and downright a pain, for the time it's on.For businesses,it can be a once in a lifetime money maker though.

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