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Posted in: Dear Angry Western Guy See in context

I wonder what she did. maybe she deserved it

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Posted in: Hatoyama's style See in context

Mori had more sense

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Posted in: Hatoyama's style See in context

yes, he is out of touch

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Posted in: Shane Acker thrives on self-destruction, grenades and the end of the world See in context

9 is nine months late, how appropriate. district 9 was also nine months late. it's a conspiracy

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Posted in: Elderly couple found stabbed to death on street in Kyoto Pref See in context

I used to always point out encroaching anti social behaviour. in recent years however I am more of the mind that it's better to turn a blind eye and not get stabbed to death by one of the many explosive lunatics on the loose. sorry state of affairs but get one of these idiots riled up, rolling his 'r' s and squaring his shoulders best to just walk away and let the little man think he's big.

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Posted in: In light of the massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, do you support offshore drilling for oil anywhere in the world? See in context

(try telling the hungry in Africa that they will starve so that you can run an environmentally friendly car).

WILL starve? a large chunk of 'third world debt' originates from the '73 oil crisis. environmentally friendly cars? the hungry in africa are starving so we can have banks

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Posted in: In light of the massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, do you support offshore drilling for oil anywhere in the world? See in context

if there is a silver lining it is that it happened to america for once. want to drive an SUV, pay the price

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Posted in: Junichi Ishida lectures the engaged on ins and outs of marriage See in context

so is it Junichi or Jinichi? either way, anybody who takes advice from this sockless joker deserves all the divorces they will get.

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Posted in: Retirement blues spur some older men to crime, suicide See in context

A foreigner with the same sexual impulsiveness would probably commit rape. Only Japanese men appear to be lacking in aggressiveness.”

WHAT???

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Posted in: Four stars of 'Sex and the City 2' to visit Japan See in context

C word that is, texas tea

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Posted in: Four stars of 'Sex and the City 2' to visit Japan See in context

HBO has produced some of the greatest TV; Sopranos, Rome, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Band of Brothers, Deadwood. Then they produced Sex and the City for the laydees. they all used the CD word though, cap doffed.

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Posted in: Flower power See in context

what lovely colours. What's this flower called?

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Posted in: Sony two-step See in context

I'm glad I dont have to stand in front of a logo and do a little shuffle to every day. michael jackson? bleuurgh that's pretty naff too

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Posted in: Anti-smoking 'monsters' have smokers on the run See in context

smoke if you want, be an idiot if you want. do either around me and I'll be kind enough to try and convert you

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Posted in: Play it again Sam See in context

T4 was a right ole dogs dinner

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Posted in: Alt-rock slackers Pavement prove disciplined enough for worldwide comeback See in context

There is not much more I can say to you it is obvious you only think in one direction and is not the right one and also have a remarkable knack of not reading .Mike judge? Real tolerant guy that one but at least he doesn't shill himself around like porcell does nowadays. I'll be at triptykon and pavement

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Posted in: Alt-rock slackers Pavement prove disciplined enough for worldwide comeback See in context

if you really knew what you were talking about you would know that the members of dinosaur jr were a bigger influence on your heroes napalm death than anyone else. mascis invented blast beat drumming. never heard of deep wound? no thought not. fawning over cold lake? no, pandemonium please, too much lame guesswork on your part. Atkins and Rieflin were in great bands Pil, revco, lard etc, but KMFDM were always naff. more guesswork on yr part. as for the reminiscence on tuppence spent from adolescence, wrong again. I have been to a gig a week since I was 16, over 20 years. Pavement many times. Frost many times. Napalm death have been crap since barney joined. maybe they should take a break. you see, the bands that keep plugging away for years past their prime or relevance just get worse usually. the bands that decide to call it a day and then in some cases come back original line up 10 or 15 years later have more credibility. Djr, Bad Brains, Pixies are good examples. all reformed recently after long absence and are as good now as they were before. they didnt sell out. Pavement never sold out. broadrick left ND soon after forming cause he thought there wasnt much else they could do that would interest him. he wasnt thinking about people like you eh

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Posted in: Alt-rock slackers Pavement prove disciplined enough for worldwide comeback See in context

shinhiyata, you really are talking a load of old tosh and I know what I am talking about. Frost have been my fave band since about 1988. I first saw Napalm Death in 1989 on their UK tour with S.O.B., saw Prong a bunch of times in the late 80's early 90's. KMFDM however were and always have been crap, revco without the talent. Pavement are one of the greatest bands from the early 90's and they are very welcome back. Do you think T.G. and Ain only listen to death metal? get a grip man. hipsters? laughable comment.

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Posted in: Do you believe in life after death? See in context

no

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Posted in: Alt-rock slackers Pavement prove disciplined enough for worldwide comeback See in context

reunions usually blow but DJr came back to true form after 20 years gap. 10 years for Pavement, easy. malkmus solo/jicks is great but really geed up to see Pavement again

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Posted in: Gackt to hold concert just for men See in context

I do not like men who think, complain, gossip, lie like women.

women think?

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Posted in: Japan happy as export ban on Atlantic bluefin tuna rejected See in context

start thinking about a constructive approach that will ensure there are more tuna in 10 years time than there are today.

there was one idea but...well you know.

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Posted in: Japan happy as export ban on Atlantic bluefin tuna rejected See in context

a proposal at the meeting to ban the international sale of polar bear skins failed to pass.

they'll have them in Don Quixote by the weekend

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Posted in: Victory See in context

well done gents shame he'll get 0.1% of the attention and endless replays that you get for coming second in figure skating.

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Posted in: Model citizen See in context

I thought Medusa has only 2 sisters.

she ate the other 2

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Posted in: U.S. missile attack kills 9 in Pakistan See in context

I've always found it odd to hear the radical left cheer for people who would kill them

how do you know who is radical left and what they are cheering for? I wouldn't be so bold as to chastise the radical right for bleating and flagwaving whilst they are robbed blind. I am simply cheering against sarges cut and paste quote he rolls out everytime this topic comes up.

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Posted in: Matsui fever See in context

there are hundreds of matsui signed items on ebay, quite a money maker for a particular type of annoying persistent no gooders.

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Posted in: Cop cutout warns against bank transfer fraud See in context

if that cut-out were really 170cm then that copper holding it would be the tallest man in Japan

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Posted in: In the name of the Law See in context

the gay sub text is interesting

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