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Posted in: Trump denies instructing Navy about McCain ship, but says he is still angry at late senator See in context

Never like NoName, maybe it was the SongBird in him.

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Posted in: Mueller says probe did not clear Trump as Congress weighs impeachment See in context

Total waste of time and money on a Democrat fish story from hell that was based on lies and fueled by the media. Trump will be re-elected considering there are no competitors smart enough. Like the Kavenaugh Dog and Pony show of phony accusations the Dems will continue to demonstrate their stupidity as the Master Troll plays them like a fiddle. Q was right. Need to get more Popcorn.

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Posted in: Relatives worried mass stabber was becoming recluse See in context

And now life will become a living hell for the relatives. This is how it is in Japan, if anyone commits such an atrocity the life for living relatives becomes unbearable as society in general will relentlessly blame them and never move on.

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Posted in: Trump criticized for backing N Korea's remarks about Biden See in context

@ bass4funk

I like that Biden Gaffes video, makes you just cringe. Drunk Uncle Joe...he's the good ole uncle that gets lubricated at every party and just says whatever pops in his head. Well, we all feel sorry for him with all that brain damage from the multiple aneurysms, so hey maybe we're just gonna grin and ignore it all (not really). And probably everyone forgot his plagaristic speech during a previous Presidential race by now (again not really). So when is Hillary gonna announce?

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Posted in: Royal send-off See in context

Very nice picture!

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Posted in: Trump downplays North Korean missile threat See in context

lostrune2

What if Iran fired the same small weapons

The President listed all of Iran's involvement in and sponsoring of Terrorism in the Middle East during his reply to the question of Iran in that speech. The money they got from Obama bought a lot of missiles.

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Posted in: Man assaults wife after learning she trolled his YouTube videos for six months See in context

There really are a lot of Jerry Springer show couples out there.

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Posted in: Trump breaks with Abe; says he's not bothered by N Korean missile tests See in context

Good Show! Thank God, for President Trump, he brought America back from the absolute spiral of Economic devastation from the horrible Obama/Biden administration. And keeps close with good Allies like Japan. He attended a Sumo match, hand out a trophy, even met with the New Emperor, and still managed to get in a great game of golf.

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Posted in: Kono presses S Korea on wartime labor issue See in context

I thought this whole SK thing was settled after the war. But here we are again. I hear the song "Money, money, money" in the background. Enough is enough. Move on!

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Posted in: Lawyer for Ghosn slams 'outrageous' rules on seeing wife See in context

Wow. Well, that's not good. Crossing Nissan, Mitsubishi, and Renault, off my shopping list for a car, too much drama. Maybe a Tesla would be nice...

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Posted in: Man arrested on suspicion of paying 2 high school girls for sex See in context

@ Dadude Just so you know, I agree with you. I always thought 20 was the big deal.

And Google says: In Japan, the Japanese Penal Code sets a minimal age of consent of 13 regardless of gender or sexual orientation.

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Posted in: Man arrested for pointing laser at U.S. military plane in Tokyo suburb See in context

@Nobnaga i mean for 3 years and no one noticed it ?? LUL what a joke only U.S military got to see him after all those year

Very hard to catch in the act. Its likely a witness reported him in the act. Its extremely dangerous to the community.

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Posted in: Kono to ask foreign media to switch order of Japanese names See in context

Politics is Hollywood for the Ugly.

Doesn't matter what it is, get the face time; Heck, even contradict yourself.

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Posted in: 13 teen boys caught peeping into girls’ hot spring bath during class trip See in context

Much ado over nothing. The Boys got more excitement over trying to get a peep then from what they probably got to see. Ten years from now during a re-union party it will be a thing to laugh about by both the girls and the boys. The End. Persist all you want but doesn't make you right. Just annoying.

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Posted in: Trump's sumo attendance raising security issues for organizers See in context

LOL My cup is overflowing with all those tears. President Trump is a great fan of sports and there's one thing you can be sure of, it will draw a lot of viewers. A historical and cultural first for a visiting dignitary and true Icon.

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Posted in: Trump says he's leaving his businesses to avoid conflicts See in context

Thank God for Donald Trump, he saved us from certain war and destruction. Every day is like Christmas since the election. The Cuban Despot is dead and there may be a Golden light at the end of the Economic Tunnel.

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Posted in: Breast surgeon denies charge of licking unconscious patient’s breast See in context

Drug induced fantasy.

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Posted in: Japan urges China, Philippines to abide by international tribunal ruling See in context

China thinks they are the center of the universe and own everything anyways. So stupid is as stupid does. Smack-down is in order.

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Posted in: Top 10 complaints Japanese men hope to never hear from their wives See in context

Samwatters post is better than the article. I gotten every one of the complaints and more and his comeback is quite funny and pretty accurate. I guess that's why marriage is a work in progress. : )

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Posted in: Republicans wavering on Trump with denial, grudging acceptance See in context

Left wing fascism is failing. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w5HzaP19oCE

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Posted in: Trump blames 'our communist friend' Sanders for Chicago clashes See in context

Donald Trump is really a nice guy. He really cares about people and is generally an easy going and generous guy. Trump employs thousands of people and really knows business well. He knows trade and how to negotiate from strength. The Democrats on the other hand (the party of George Wallace and the KKK) usually resort to inciting hate and violence because they are wrong, scared, and hysterical. You can see for yourself based on the works they do who is at fault. Blaming Trump for the violence means he has more power over them and is living in their heads. But the real evil is the source of funding for the rioters, yes, they are paid thugs of George Soros.

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Posted in: Trump warns of riots if he is denied party's presidential nomination See in context

Keep it up. I'm sure President Trump thanks you all for your encouraging and heartfelt words and praise for his successful campaign. Thumbs up people, good job. Make America great again!

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Posted in: Tokyo police officer arrested for not paying taxi fare, assaulting driver See in context

I wonder if this is they one they showed on NHK with footage from the taxi dash-cam?

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Posted in: Y12 million stolen from convenience store employee on way to bank See in context

Security fail. But, they will be caught.

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Posted in: Trump, Clinton heavy favorites going in to Super Tuesday See in context

Uh-oh the anti-Trumps are in the corner slashing their own wrists over his success. Haa-haa

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Posted in: Company president gets five years’ probation for killing employee See in context

I hope he haunts her the rest of her short life.

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Posted in: Police officer fires warning shot after being charged at by knife-wielding 15-year-old boy See in context

A shot to the knee would've been a lasting reminder of his youthful stupidity.

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Posted in: Would you like to see Donald Trump become the next U.S. president? See in context

Given the choice between an old run down health-ridden, short, woman with no experience except at dodging questions and feigning the victim, being connected to Wall-Street and the inside Establishment versus an experienced dominant, tall, independent, opinionated, good-looking CEO with outspoken leadership skills and quick wit. Wow this will be hard for most Americans because they really don't think with their brains they just emote. I put my bet on the guy.

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Posted in: Trump's march stirs growing sense of dread among U.S. Republicans See in context

Yes! Exciting times ahead! A President Trump will shake up establishments and bring fresh air into the political arena. Throw the old stodgy stereo-type politicians for a loop and put the country into a better position as the dominant world leader. All the liberal cronies are shivering in fear and gnashing their teeth over his success. Haa-haa

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Posted in: Pope vs Trump: 'Not Christian' to only build border walls See in context

@nishikat the Republican party was formed of anti-slavery activists who opposed the Democrat (slavery) Party?

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