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Posted in: Remembrance Day See in context

I had a minute of silence on Sunday

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Posted in: Girls, girls, girls See in context

Wonder how long those foreign chix will stay at Hooters when they get offered way higher wages at the hostess clubs?

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Posted in: What makes Japanese women say, 'I never want to see that jerk again!' See in context

Samuel Talyor Colridge "The most happy marriage I can imagine would be the union of a deaf man to a blind woman."

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Posted in: How the iPad won over an unbeliever See in context

Apple make wonderful gadgets for real, but what annoys me is the deliberate trickling of new features to justify a new model. You mean to tell me that Apple wasn't able to put a USB port on the first model? No camera on the former iTouch? Another case of corporate greedy, pure and simple.

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Posted in: Yamaha offers electric scooters for green errands See in context

I'd rather walk. Fossil Fuels Forever !

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Posted in: Chuhai with fewer calories See in context

Spark 9% Chui ! Get all Chui-ed up this summer at the beach.

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Posted in: Bad-boy basketball star Dennis Rodman slam dunks into Tokyo See in context

@Fadamor, He was a flash in the pan???? 5 NBA rings '89,'90,'96,'97, '98! Flash in the pan? 7 time NBA all-defensive team awards. Flash in the pan? 12,000 NBA rebounds. Drafted '86 - Retired NBA 2000. Nice little flash in the pan 14 year NBA career.

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Posted in: Bad-boy basketball star Dennis Rodman slam dunks into Tokyo See in context

'Dennis Rodman, the disciplined NBA bad boy with a lot of heart who was one of the critical reasons for the Chicago Bulls and their Threepeat-Repeat.' Well said Stormcrow. For us B-Ball fans, Dennis was holding down the court there for a while during the Bulls' Three-Repeat when Horace Grant, MJ, Pip were sucking wind. Dennis would play his heart out every game when other players were worried about injuries. The Worm Rules ! If I see him in Tokyo next month, I'll buy him a drink.

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Posted in: Bad-boy basketball star Dennis Rodman slam dunks into Tokyo See in context

The Worm ! The greatest rebounder in NBA history. A member of the infamous Detroit Pistons' Bad Boys! When Dennis left the NBA, it lost a very colorful and no-holds-barred athlete. he was great to watch. Best wishes Worm !

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Posted in: Bowwow See in context

They are taking (a) the piss !

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Posted in: Playing for high steaks See in context

I do like the title of the article.

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Posted in: Open season See in context

'I spent a year at St.Andrews University, which overlooks the course. One of the most beautiful places I have ever had the privilege to live in.' RESPECT !

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Posted in: Open season See in context

Looks dry. Best that caddy pour some of that water in his bottle on the fairway. Couple weeks without rain in Blighty and they have a hosepipe ban.

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Posted in: How would you rate the World Cup in terms of entertainment, quality of games and referee standards? See in context

Pretty bad fare. France, Italy, Argentina failed to show. Like I always say, if you wanna see good football, watch the Champions League.

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Posted in: Elderly woman arrested for beating youth sitting in priority seat of bus See in context

@Damien15, she broke someone's nose dude ! She should have to go through the same system as the rest of us: 3 weeks in the police cells, handcuffed and dragged up to the police prosecutor's office. Held there all day with bread and jam for lunch. Bollocked by the public prosecutor. A go-between from her side should offer the kid a nice sum of money as a token of sorrow. Then she is let out after 3 weeks in the cells. She will bloody well think twice about GBH again. Broke his nose, probably blood was shed: Shogai bouryoko jikken.

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Posted in: Elderly woman arrested for beating youth sitting in priority seat of bus See in context

Just because people are old doesn't mean that we have to respect them. Everyone needs to earn respect by acting nicely regardless of age. If this old crone had asked the youth to move nicely , he would probably have had moved no issue. She is an irascible apartment owner who thinks she is above the law. Public caning is the only solution. I thought Japan safety country ???

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Posted in: Elderly woman arrested for beating youth sitting in priority seat of bus See in context

The pensioner gets to ride the bus free. The kid has to pay. Give him a seat. The kid was probably tired out from studying for his end of term tests.Poor boy. This aggression should not be allowed to stand man. The cantankerous old crone needs to be put away for a long time. A hell of a long time.

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Posted in: Elderly woman arrested for beating youth sitting in priority seat of bus See in context

If the granny acted like that in any other country she would be in intensive care about now.

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Posted in: Debate swirls over best abbreviation for McDonald's See in context

The easiest abbreviation to say will be the one. Anyone know the abbreviation for the fast food chain, First Kitchen?

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Posted in: Elderly woman arrested for beating youth sitting in priority seat of bus See in context

Hope she gets the same sentence as anyone else who attacks someone with a weapon. Shame on her.

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Posted in: What do you think of the word "hafu," the Japanese term used to describe anyone who is half-Japanese? See in context

I always tell mixed blood kids that they are not 'half' but 'double'. They are special. They are say, 100% Japanese and 100% American. Double !

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Posted in: Going bananas See in context

Yes, the time is ripe !

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Posted in: A cool night's sleep See in context

Wonder if I can wrap the fish I catch in Tokyo Bay in it to keep them cool while transporting them home to eat?

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Posted in: Electronic English dictionary See in context

When I was in Nepal the kids were asking if I had a pen or a pencil they could have. They told be their schools had no books, chalk, electricity. They all spoke pretty good English. In Japan, the kids have dictionaries worth hundreds of dollars and speak some English. Does technology work?

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Posted in: Fit for office See in context

The key to remember is to take your loose change out of your pockets before hand. Was one of these cats in Oceans Eleven ?

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Posted in: Japan Expo in Paris See in context

Looking at these girls reminds me of the great song by X-Ray Spex 'I Live Off You'.

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Posted in: Welcome home See in context

Wow, totally different scenes to when I came back from abroad!

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Posted in: What sort of a future do you think sumo has, in view of the latest scandal over illegal gambling? See in context

Takashi, you're dead, who cares? Takashi, you're dead, who cares? Takashi, you're dead, who cares?

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Posted in: What sort of a future do you think sumo has, in view of the latest scandal over illegal gambling? See in context

It's Japan's national sport, of course it will continue. It is like asking whether baseball would disappear after McGwire admitted steroid use in 1998. Like I keep saying, no one seems to remember 17 year old Takashi Saito who was beaten to death in 2008. RIP Takashi. No one seems to remember the wrestlers caught smoking herb. No one seems to remember the match fixing allegations.

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Posted in: The Dr is in See in context

Wicked ! How do I get to meet this man ? He looks well interesting ! Respect DR. NakaMats !

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