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Posted in: Yu Yamada fields questions about love life at Shu Uemura event See in context

Does anyone else think she looks older than 25 in this photo?

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Posted in: Hot stack See in context

A resident is silhouetted against the chimney of a factory at a park near an industrial district in Kawasaki.

no she isnt, she's silhouetted against the sky.

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Posted in: Roppongi police hold anti-drug event See in context

@ gogogo and others - I dont see where they are trying to blame foreigners here.

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Posted in: Meisa the muse See in context

she looks like a female version of Harry Potter.

haha, brilliant! you are right! she really does...

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Posted in: Idle JAL See in context

I wonder if she knows that today, she is famous amongst the gaijin-with-nothing-better-to-do-than-post-on-JT crowd?

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Posted in: Idle JAL See in context

She has a 'Im pretty sure Im gonna be ok even if I lose my job because Im cute and this is japan' air of confidence about her.

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Posted in: Triumph girl Reiko Aoyama shows off sweet lingerie See in context

@dontknockit - I think you are right with your definition of mature.

Id still put my mortgage on her having the social skills of a twelve year old though.

Actor Hiroki Narimiya, 27, was invited to the event and appeared pleased with what he saw, blurting out that he liked girls like Aoyama who are both cute, yet mature.

In other words he likes them to look and act as young as possible yet still remain on the right side of the law.

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Posted in: Vroom vroom See in context

I actually think these cars look quite nice. But if I ever saw someone driving one, I would think that that person has a serious deficiency either physical or mental that they need to make up for by buying a diamond car.

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Posted in: Woman arrested for staying in hotel 36 nights with parents and not paying See in context

44,000 yen a day!

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Posted in: Idle JAL See in context

And, in another month she'll be standing in a job hunters queue.

I'll give her a job

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Posted in: French minister criticizes U.S. aid role in Haiti See in context

@MeanRingo and dbung10

Too bad those who see things through a leftist frame of reference will predictably assume the worst and claim things they really have no clue about.

ESPECIALLY when there is so many lefties around with the Haitian AIDS problem.

Its so hypocriticl that people MeanRingo and dbung10 are blaming the Left when it was the Right who didnt even want to help in the first place. (Limbaugh and Robertson) What did they say "we already help Haiti it is called Income tax." It was the left who went there first to help. It is because of the Left that Haitian are screaming USA when they rescued the child. Now the Right wants to take credit and blame the Left. Now watch the Left show you how it is done correctly and stop trying to steal their glory. The pride you feel right now as the US helps these unfortunate victims is because of the Left.

eh? can you point out to me when i said anything about the left? also I am not from the states. I just jumped at the opportunity to have a go at the French.

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Posted in: French minister criticizes U.S. aid role in Haiti See in context

My god the french gov are annoying. shut up and concentrate on the matter at hand you arrogant whining idiots.

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Posted in: Prisoner commits suicide at Hiroshima detention center See in context

I hope that Oshio does the same thing.

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Posted in: Sexless in Japan See in context

Sex without love is not much enjoyable

I wouldnt go that far.....

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Posted in: Which side do you think looks more in the wrong following Wednesday's clash between Sea Shepherd and Japanese whalers? See in context

I have to say that I am against the AG - but do need to agree with the above post point out that the AG accelerating at the last minute doesnt mean they are trying to get in the way of the SM2. You cant turn a boat unless it is moving either backwards or forwards.

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Posted in: Which side do you think looks more in the wrong following Wednesday's clash between Sea Shepherd and Japanese whalers? See in context

Maybe some Japanese people don't understand that the concept of "kamikaze" is totally abhorrent to western people and hence you virulently believe the AG desperately "wanted" to be crushed at sea on a fanatical suicide mission against the bow of an gigantic Japanese Whaling ship on tiny boat in freezing Arctic waters.

Getting a bit carried away arent we? Im pretty sure nobody believes that. As his been pointed out in subsequent posts, they were all in the aft section wearing dry suits, with the Bob Barker standing by.

To argue that they deliberately threw themselves in front of the SM is like saying they tried to get hit by a truck while on a motorcycle.

No it isnt.

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Posted in: Which side do you think looks more in the wrong following Wednesday's clash between Sea Shepherd and Japanese whalers? See in context

To those trying to convince the readers of this forum that the crew of the AG deliberately wanted to die are wasting their breath. No reasonable or sane person is going to believe it for a second.

I dont think they wanted to die. I havent seen anyone else posting that either. I think they wanted to have an 'incident' though.

Some people on this thread just don't get this and are clearly trolls with agendas.

I agree.

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Posted in: Sexless in Japan See in context

J-women who have lived overseas are likely to be more assertive/aggressive sexually. They seem more able to handle true passion and not just dole out sex on Christmas.

Hanging out in Roppongi trying to snag a foreigner cos you liked what you got on your 6 months in Australia isnt 'sexually aggressive / assertive'. I think that returnees are no more or less likely to be sexually confident than a japanese that has been here all their lives.

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Posted in: Some see racist theme in alien adventure 'Avatar' See in context

Again I don't know what, but something along the lines of showing that their land could protect itself.

That is what happened. Are we talking about the same film??

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Posted in: Which side do you think looks more in the wrong following Wednesday's clash between Sea Shepherd and Japanese whalers? See in context

The Japanese attack was a retaliatory attack on a stationary vessel 1/10 of its size that caused injury and risked life

This cant be proved. Also, you would have to really have to have blinkers on not to admit that a ship 1/10 the size of the SM, that has set speed records was unable to get out of the way. The AG wanted to get hit. As you kindly state above, this accident / attack, whatever you believe, has generated publicity, money and public support. The AG sailors will not get prosecuted by an AUS or NZ court because the public sympathy there lies heavily with them and against the whalers; this you also confirmed in a previous post saying that 40/40 callers to a radio show believed that the SM was at fault here.

Also, your point about the fact they have sunk ships but never injured anyone... ok, so if I run a car off the road its ok as long as the driver and passengers dont get injured? come on. The SS is dangerous and should stop what its doing. Personally I believe the whalers should stop too, unfortunately what they are doing is NOT illegal and I have no right to tell them to stop, or to interfere with what they are doing. If I felt really strongly about it, I could lobby my MP, Senator, Diet member, whatever. If I was an attention whore that wanted to be on a tv show and avoid work, I would be an SS crew member.

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Posted in: Which side do you think looks more in the wrong following Wednesday's clash between Sea Shepherd and Japanese whalers? See in context

If you see the video it was stationary, inding its own business

are you serious? The AG was minding its own business????!!! It had been throwing crap and pointing lasers at the SM for days! It was there with the express intent of disrupting the whalers! The captain of the ship said he and his sailors would give their lives for the cause! You can by t-shirts from the SS shop that boast how many ships they have rammed and sunk! THE AG WAS NOT MINDING ITS OWN BUSINESS!! even greenpeace and numerous other environmental groups distance themselves from these dangerous idiots. I cant believe the spinless little creeps are now trying to sue the SM.

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Posted in: Some see racist theme in alien adventure 'Avatar' See in context

SPOILER In the end its the blue alien woman, played by a Dominican that saves the day by killing a white guy and saving a nother white guy. I find this racist toward white people, sexist toward men and discriminatory toward disabled people (the male lead is paralysed). Also when i was walking into the cinema the lady checking my ticket spoke to me in english - thats so racist, how does she know i speak english, just because of the colour of my skin? Also yesterday I went to a toilet and one of the doors had a picture of a woman on it - I asked the attendant why and she said it was only for women! I was astounded that such blatant sexism exists in this day and age, in a 'developed' country. Why is everyone so sexist and racist at me? Avatar just perpetuates this, it should be banned immediately.

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Posted in: Some see racist theme in alien adventure 'Avatar' See in context

Its just a movie with cool special effects. Racist undertones are only there if you want them to be. You can find them in any film if you want to. But why would you want to?

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Posted in: Sexless in Japan See in context

Wow I am an American Male who has been to Japan several times in the last couple of years. The women in Japan are very pretty and very nice. To here that majority are not having sex or have never had sex by the time they reach there thirties is something that is unheard of in America. You men need to step up to the plate and stop acting like toddlers who are scared of women and handle your business. The Japanese women want men not little boys that are scared of sex.

mate, wrong audience. I dont think many japanese guys read this site. Much less the posts on the articles.

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Posted in: Which side do you think looks more in the wrong following Wednesday's clash between Sea Shepherd and Japanese whalers? See in context

http://shop.seashepherd.org/store/product.aspx?c=ss_t-shirts(base)&p=138228

Is any more evidence needed?

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Posted in: Anti-whaling boat sinks off Antarctica See in context

@browny

I also have no axe to grind but from what I can see the AG is to blame. To be honest I dont even care anymore. Hope they all sink.

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Posted in: Maki Horikita steps up the pace See in context

I agree with dbung.

It was a stupid interview question, not a stupid girl response.

Thanks for agreeing. I have read a few interviews by this guy at young 'tarentos' and I find them all a bit strange. He kind of treats them like kids and its weird.

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Posted in: Anti-whaling boat sinks off Antarctica See in context

Im not 'pro whaling', but I am very much against the SS guys and am glad that their boat sunk (I am also glad they were not hurt in the incident).

You dont have to be 'pro whaling' to see these losers for what they really are - attention whores.

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