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Posted in: Kano sisters keep it behind closed doors See in context

Since the latest round of surgery Kyoko looks like she's gone a few rounds with Mike Tyson ...

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Posted in: Far from ground zero, opponents fight new mosques See in context

I can't believe how the phrase "Ground Zero" has been hijacked by the media. Sure 9/11 was an awful tragedy, but putting it in the same league as a nuclear explosion is just wrong.

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Posted in: If a longtime expat starts offering you advice, walk the other way See in context

This "family man with the obligatory Japanese wife and mixed-race child(ren)" no longer has hair, so don't be asking my advice, son. Now get off my lawn!

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Posted in: It’s time to get rid of sound trucks See in context

Often wondered if I'd be arrested driving a truck all over town asking Japan's politicians to clean up their act. No offensive messages or anything, just a foreigner in a truck with a loud speaker. Do you need a permit for this activity? I bet I'd be shut down in a second.

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Posted in: Gaza tunnel smugglers cutting through Egypt's wall See in context

Sarge, indeed some would, but the overall majority of the population would benefit from the importation of everyday goods that are taken for granted in both Israel and Egypt.

Not every Palestinian is a terrorist, yet they are all treated as such.

Systematically reducing the Palestinians freedom and access to a normal life, by creating walls and imposing sanctions, will cause more and more Palestinians to turn to extremism every day.

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Posted in: Gaza tunnel smugglers cutting through Egypt's wall See in context

It wouldn't be smuggling if Palestine were free to import and export whatever it chooses, like .. I dunno .. Israel and Egypt are free to do.

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Posted in: Gaza tunnel smugglers cutting through Egypt's wall See in context

Unbelievable comments, "flood the tunnels", "Purge the tunnels with smoke" ??

How about "remove the frikin wall"?

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Posted in: The return of Charisma Man See in context

tha_harper and others.

What your missing is that the Charisma Man image is how Charisma Man sees himself. A blonde, blue eyed, super hero that beautiful Japanese women adore. In the comic, it is only when "Western Woman" is in frame with Charisma Man that the artist draws the true geeky, unattractive Charisma Man and reveals the beautiful woman he is with to be much less than so.

The joke being that Charisma Man and the women he is with are living in a self created delusion, and only Western Woman sees the truth.

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Posted in: Japan may quit whaling commission if ban stays put See in context

Hippie Friend: Someone once told me when you look into the eye of a whale you can see your soul.

Me: I heard if you can look into the eye of a whale then you got one of the choice cuts!

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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

Disillusioned. Not defaming Australians, but if Australians were truly passionate about the issue wouldn't they pressure the Rudd Government into action? Australians, Americans, Japanese, Canadian, Swiss, whoever, if it is an issue that Government action can resolve then press for government action or accept the fact that the practice will continue.

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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

Mansen. That's exactly right. But while the anti-whaling Australians may support Sea Shepherds activities, most won't get out of their armchairs and actually do anything constructive like protest to their government and make a change. Apathy, its a national pastime.

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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

Mansen. If they're in Australian waters Australia won't do anything because Japan is Australia's largest trade partner and Australia are not going to risk upsetting that relationship for the sake of a few whale sandwiches.

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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 believe (and you're welcome to believe otherwise) that Sea Shepherd went to the Southern Ocean in their flimsy pleasure craft with the sole intention of causing an accident to beat up a media frenzy and anti-whaling sentiment.

Sea Shepherd won't be happy until someone dies as it will take that kind of tragedy to halt this years hunt. But next year the hunt will continue.

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Posted in: Japanese whalers clash with Sea Shepherd activists in Antarctic sea See in context

Damien15. Greenpeace has nothing to do with this.

The Sea Shepherd Conservation Society is a separate entity unaffiliated with Greenpeace founded by Paul Watson. Watson was an early member of Greenpeace but left the organization after being expelled from the board of directors owing to his confrontational methods.

Greenpeace themselves criticize the Sea Shepherds tactics.

You can read more about the Greenpeace/Sea Shepherd relationship on the Greenpeace website here : http://www.greenpeace.org/usa/news/paul-watson-sea-shepherd-and

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Posted in: Japanese whalers clash with Sea Shepherd activists in Antarctic sea See in context

All this whale hunting talk around lunch time is making me hungry.

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Posted in: Stealth boat See in context

runs on low-emission, renewable fuels

Pitty it doesn't run on whale oil. I hear its on tap down in the Southern Ocean.

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