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Posted in: Tokyo bar busted for hiring earthquake victims as prostitutes See in context

It should be like in Sweden, selling sex is legal but buying sex is illegal,which means that only johns and pimps can be prosecuted.

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Posted in: U.S. weighs release of bin Laden photos See in context

Is anyone getting the $25 million reward?

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Posted in: Sony says 25 million more accounts hacked See in context

I literally have no comment.

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Posted in: BIN LADEN BURIED AT SEA AFTER BEING KILLED IN FIREFIGHT WITH U.S. FORCES See in context

The NAVY SEALS were ordered to kill Osama bin Laden, not to capture him alive.

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Posted in: BIN LADEN BURIED AT SEA AFTER BEING KILLED IN FIREFIGHT WITH U.S. FORCES See in context

At least Bush kept him alive. This is perfect timing for Obama isn't it?

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Posted in: BIN LADEN BURIED AT SEA AFTER BEING KILLED IN FIREFIGHT WITH U.S. FORCES See in context

US military bases are now at Force Protection level "Bravo". Bases overseas are at Force Protection level "Charlie". Usual level is "Alpha".

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Posted in: Ice rivals See in context

Kim Yu-na will donate all of the silver prize money ($27,000 US) to the Japanese quake victims, which is good to know.

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Posted in: Obama releases full birth certificate to end controversy See in context

Back in 1961 all Africans and people of African descent were classified as negroes or blacks according to the U. S. Dept. of Health Education, and Welfare. Obama's father is classifies as African. I wonder why.

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Posted in: Gov't expected to announce no-entry zone around nuclear plant See in context

According to TEPCO, total amount of fuel at Fukushima is 1760 Metric TONS of nuclear fuel. Do you really think a facility with 1760 Metric TONS of nuclear fuel is really putting out only 1/10,000,000 the radiation of the Hiroshima A bomb that only used 64 Kg of uranium? Nobody can say what the radiological damage from Fukushima is because it is still ongoing. When Chernobyl exploded all fission stopped. Then the only problem was the decay isotopes. The situation at Fukushima is different. Fission is still taking place.

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Posted in: TEPCO announces it will take 6-9 months to end nuclear crisis See in context

It will take TEPCO at least 30 years to decommission these reactors and at least 1 trillion yen in costs. For those who cannot grasp what a trillion is, 1 trillion seconds is about 32,000 years.

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Posted in: Do you think switching to daylight saving time in summer in Japan will help ease the power shortage? See in context

Japan should switch the incandescent traffic signal lights to LED. This would save over 1 billion kilo watts per year in energy.

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Posted in: Young woman found dead in Fukuoka love hotel See in context

The 21 year old victim was a call girl (prostitute). Police are looking for the man who checked out early according to news sources.

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Posted in: Last-minute deal reached to avoid U.S. government shutdown See in context

57 percent of Americans say abortion should be legal, but 42 percent are opposed to it.

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Posted in: TEPCO to scrap 4 reactors at crippled nuclear plant; president hospitalized See in context

Decommissioning those damaged nuclear reactors will take 30 years and at least 1 trillion yen according to engineers.

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Posted in: Rescuers find 80-year-old woman, 16-year-old grandson in rubble 9 days after quake See in context

The yogurt, milk and water they had in the refrigerator kept them alive for nine days, according to news reports.

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Posted in: 'Cove' director gives free DVDs to Taiji residents See in context

Shrkb8

The dolphin drive hunt didn't just start suddenly during the 1970's. They've been doing this for centuries in Tajii to small sized whales which includes dolphins.

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Posted in: Obama declares Gadhafi must leave Libya now See in context

I think that all of the revolt that's going on now in the Middle East and African countries is a conspiracy. This just can't be just spontaneous. The elite is trying to change the secular government of these countries to an Islamic one. Oil is definitely involved. They want to hike the price of crude oil to 200 dollars a barrel. It will be trouble for the USA if Bahrain is taken by an Islamic government. The US 5th Fleet will most likely get kicked out, since the 5th Fleet Headquarters is located in Bahrain. They are there to protect the Strait of Hormuz. Without USA protection, oil exports will slow down or completely stop causing a massive hike in price of crude oil.

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Posted in: 'Cove' director gives free DVDs to Taiji residents See in context

Shrkb8

At least in Japan, a dolphin is considered a small sized whale. There is historic proof that dolphin drive fishing has been used as far back as 1675 up to the start of the Meiji period in a city called Kesenuma in Miyagi prefecture. So this is Japanese culture and tradition.

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Posted in: 'Cove' director gives free DVDs to Taiji residents See in context

The people of Taiji started whaling back in 1675. This has continued for hundreds of years. But during the 1980's some whaling became illegal by the IWC. In Japan a dolphin is considered a whale. It's a small sized whale. So they started killing dolphins instead. Don't you know that dolphins are whales? It's just the difference in size. So this is Japanese culture and tradition.

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Posted in: 'Cove' director gives free DVDs to Taiji residents See in context

There’s nothing wrong with slaughtering dolphins. It's Japanese culture.

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Posted in: Gadhafi warns of 'bloody war' if foreign powers enter Libya See in context

Gadhafi is using military aircraft against the civilians and rebels. This guy is nuts. The US must intervene militarily somehow to stop the bloodshed.

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