Davnetcat comments

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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Posted in: 57-year-old woman swindled out of Y11 million in telephone scam See in context

So many negative comments here. The reason the scam works is because sons do NOT call their parents regularly. It seems that males in general do not contact their parents unless they need something (help, money, advice, etc), and parents are conditioned to respond to their "little boy" to try to help them. Figure out how to get sons to call home regularly, would help.

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

The Pope is the one who jumped the shark! He is a hypocrite for charging someone with actions he himself already supports. I have been to the Vatican and it is a fortress, no refugees are gonna get in past the walls and guards. So maybe president Trump has the idea right. Just do what the Vatican does, charge an entry fee. If you are not a citizen and want to enter the US we'll issue a day-pass for a small fee (money will be used to pay the loan on the new wall).

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Posted in: Trump calls for boycott until Apple unlocks shooter's phone See in context

Roger that. Dumped Macy's, dumped Starbucks, dumping and shorting Apple. Besides, everyone knows without Jobs its just not Apple anymore.

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Posted in: Sakurajima volcano erupts explosively in southern Japan See in context

Still scratching my head why Japan of all countries is not the leading geothermal energy producer. China has the greatest amount of resource but lacks the technology. Japan is sitting on a goldmine of work if they could produce the experts in the field.

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Posted in: M4.6 quake jolts Kanagawa, Tokyo See in context

Woke me up.

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Posted in: Japan tells U.N. it has found no evidence of forced WWII sex slavery See in context

Funny, I thought this was resolved at least 3 times now. where doe the money go?

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Posted in: Chocolate fever See in context

Shoots! I guess men don't buy chocolate in Japan. No one cares about enviro-wacko-labor issues.

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Posted in: If you found a bag with a large sum of money in it, say 10 million yen, in some isolated spot, and there was nothing to indicate who the owner was, what would you do with it? See in context

Turn it in to the police, because that is the law. After one year it may become yours if it is unclaimed.

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Posted in: Newborn baby girl dies after being found in dental clinic toilet See in context

Boggles the mind.

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Posted in: How would a 'President Trump' deal with Japan? See in context

Trump will win and will work very well with Japan.

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Posted in: Fire occurs at Hamaoka nuclear plant; no danger to public See in context

Every nuclear accident and 'event' started with

no radiation danger to the public

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Posted in: Japan, wary of outsiders, keeps doors closed to refugees See in context

No to refugees. Japan does not need to import another cult following bunch of religious zealots. They have their own issues after dealing with the Aum Shinrikyo cult. If Japan opens its doors to immigrants it should be for those that want and can assimilate to the Japanese culture, not those that want to bring their own culture and make demands for Japan to change and adapt to them.

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Posted in: Couple get life in prison for strangling woman in car See in context

Ishizaki met Hirasawa through an online chat site.

No one commented on the fact this is online crime. People really need to be careful about actually meeting online acquaintances.

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Posted in: Strawberries for Christmas cakes stolen in Tochigi See in context

Well fine, boycotting strawberries for Christmas.

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Posted in: Man dies after consuming caffeinated drinks over long period of time See in context

Who knew it would kill. His coworkers and friends should have said something.

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Posted in: U.S. to hasten return of Okinawan land to Japan See in context

My my so much anger here. Too bad none of us will see the completion of any of return in our lifetimes.

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Posted in: Radiation from Fukushima nuclear disaster spreads off U.S. shores See in context

Nuclear power is a really ridiculous way to boil water.

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Posted in: Trump: I was 100% right on 9/11 Muslim remarks See in context

Donalds right. I recall the scenes in the Middle East showing so-called Palestinians cheering and screaming in jubilation that the twin towers collapsed.

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Posted in: Japan should accept more refugees, fix asylum system: UNHCR See in context

Japan should agree to take one less refugee than Saudi Arabia. Oh, and they aren't taking any.

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Posted in: Balancing act See in context

Hope not. That's not an umbrella. The physics of resting a tray is different and requires less effort than grasping a parachute-like umbrella that could exert enough vector force to unexpectedly offset balance.

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Posted in: Japan says U.N. envoy retracts remarks on schoolgirl sex See in context

This not about what it poses to be. It is a camel's nose under the tent to get a foot hold one Japan's societal norms.

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Posted in: Why are oil and gas companies calling for more action on climate change? See in context

Morons that believe in the Global Warming Nonsense have invested deeply and will find they have no way to recover their "investment". It was, and still is a scam, Humans cannot raise or lower the temperature of their climate for any sustained amount of time. The Earth's system of oceans and atmosphere coupled with the Solar and Cosmic energy govern the temperature. Go and save your puny carbon footprint while another volcano erupts.

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Posted in: Man arrested after hiding in drain to peep up skirts See in context

This boy needs to get his head out of the gutter and into a nice warm place, before he gets hurt.

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Posted in: Irate passenger arrested after getting off train stopped between two stations See in context

Too funny, but fitting.

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Posted in: What is the most effective way to deal with the groping problem on trains? See in context

A slap in the face would do it.

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Posted in: Newborn girl found on Ibaraki roadside See in context

Glad she was rescued and the Mom had the decency to carry her full term and not do a quick disposal like the Plan Parenthood dishrag supporters advocate.

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Posted in: 78-year-old man held for threatening woman in her 20s who rebuffed his marriage proposal See in context

Definitely more to the story than presented. Probably not your average "coffee shop" with a regular customer. If she handed the letter back without reading it then its telling something. She has little regard and probably loathes him and her job.

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