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Posted in: Int'l probe demanded after Malaysian airliner shot down over Ukraine See in context

Horrible, horrible news! This kind of event is just so wrong. Prayers to those who lost loved ones and let's all hope justice won't be a victim as well.

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Posted in: China uses D-Day anniversary to praise Germany, slam Japan See in context

To politicize such a solemn event is flat-out shameful. But then again, it's China--do we expect classy moves from that government?

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Posted in: Infiniti and beyond: a less Japanese, more Latin look for premium automaker See in context

A more "Latin" look, huh? I hope not a lowrider with spinner wheels.

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Posted in: What is the most environmentally friendly way to keep warm in winter? See in context

Candle heat captured and radiated by an upside-down flower pot. Check out "Candle-Powered Air Heater" in Youtube. It's pretty cool... I mean warm! Gotta be SUPER careful because it has involves small flames, though.

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Posted in: Swimming Santa See in context

Shark be like, "Dude, what the heck???" Seriously though, this is an interesting capture.

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Posted in: China Internet users call for action against Japan See in context

Ahhh Chinese internet users....shoga-freakin'-nai

You speak as if war is something you can do anytime, like playing a stupid video game.

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Posted in: Japan receives int'l support over China air zone See in context

Japanese air carriers are just playing it safe. Remember Korean Airlines Flt 007? Still, Chinese govt is so meiwaku.

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Posted in: Kumamon visits Boston See in context

Why the pinpoint pupils? Meth?

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Posted in: Broken toilet flush forces JAL Dreamliner to turn back to Moscow See in context

Poor Dreamliner. It came out with a BLAST, then problems with suppliers caused SKID MARKS, its reputation started to FLOAT up again when revenue flights started, but now it seems to be getting FLUSHED DOWN again...

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Posted in: Power of the sea See in context

I love the moodiness conveyed by this photograph, but I also can't help imagining if he were taking a wizz.

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Posted in: China: 2020 Olympic success will depend on how Japan faces its history See in context

I feel that the Chinese government is in actuality very afraid of a fractured, vocal, and informed society and the high possibility that such an awakening can cause their way of life--as they know it--to collapse. So, they look for a common enemy with which to brainwash their sheep, so they (the government) can keep sherpherding their people the way they want them to.

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Posted in: Snoozing here, there and everywhere See in context

I like how they're completely knocked out in the train, only to spring back up to life as soon as it's their stop. I sometimes think they're faking it, just so they don't have to offer their seat to anyone. In any case, I think it's pretty funny.

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Posted in: Japan unveils biggest warship since World War II See in context

Add Osprey and F-35 JSF (VTOL) and it should get interesting...

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Posted in: U.S. airman arrested in Okinawa for causing accident while driving drunk See in context

He claims he was on his way to work and not in breach of the curfew my butt! 6x the alcohol limt? C'mon! He's obviously in breach of common sense and soberness as well. Knuckleheads like this joker make it really bad for the military folks who actually obey the rules and behave themselves.

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Posted in: China, Japan trade barbs over radar-lock near disputed isles See in context

They can trade barbs, just don't trade missiles and stuff of that sort. They may leave a mark.

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Posted in: Japan says 2 Russian fighters breached its airspace See in context

Ay yay yay... One island dispute at a time, ok!

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Posted in: Chinese frigate locked radar on Japanese navy vessel See in context

If reports are true, you know China isn't doing this for fun. They really want to start something--for sure hoping the Japanese would respond in kind and then pounce on the opportunity. I sure hope Japan stays classy but firm. Nations can't and shouldn't be pushed around by a newly-rich bully who can't buy class.

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Posted in: AKB48 singer shaves her head as act of contrition for dating See in context

What if...all of AKB shave their heads for breathing!

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Posted in: Why Japanese women go for fake crooked teeth See in context

Hey don't hate. It's the culture in Japan, and that's what some of them like.

Having said that, I definitely want whatever they're smoking!

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Posted in: U.N. to consider validity of China's claim over disputed islands See in context

I want whatever the Chinese leaders are smoking.

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Posted in: Woman throws newborn baby out of toilet window See in context

That's just sick. Some people shouldn't have the right to procreate.

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Posted in: Questions and answers on lithium-ion batteries See in context

TOKYO — The lithium-ion battery that powers the Dreamliner has emerged as the focus of a probe into why an All Nippon Airways plane was forced into an emergency landing

The lithium battery powers the whole aircraft? That's one powerful battery!

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Posted in: ANA, JAL ground Dreamliner fleet after emergency landing See in context

Roger that, basroil san. The news on the 787 has been downright nuts all over the web. Lots of jumping into conclusion. The US news have been hot on it as well. I'm sure there are people who stand to gain from all the negative publicity. Like news outlets on a slow news day :(i)

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Posted in: ANA, JAL ground Dreamliner fleet after emergency landing See in context

Glad no one has been hurt, but doubtless the past week has been a nightmare for Boeing. Let's not forget that just a few years ago Airbus had arguably worse news with their A380 (cracked wings, engine explosion mid-flight=much worse than batteries catching fire). The thing is, THEY FIXED IT. I have no doubts that Boeing will do the same, but I hope they do it quickly and at the same time, I hope they do it right. Heck, the 777 had teething problems when they it was new, with BA yanking them from transatlantic flights for a while, but the 777 now has some of the best safety records of any commercial aircraft. Ever. And no one talks about that now.

In the meantime, I also hope the media doesn't sensationalize the news. Freaks everyone out.

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Posted in: Girls, girls, girls See in context

Auto Salon? What autos? I didn't see any...

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Posted in: Mt Fuji may erupt by 2015, says Ryukyu University professor See in context

I'm not sure how accurate their observations are, but I'm just glad I got to climb it already!

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Posted in: Fire sends smoke into JAL 787 cabin after arrival in Boston See in context

Most new products have kinks, even with the most stringent testing. The A380 certainly has had its fair share. Most companies also are able to fix the issue and I'm very confident that Boeing and Airbus are quite capable companies. They know how important these products are to their future, so I'm sure they're not just lazing around...

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Posted in: Japan scrambles jets to head off Chinese plane See in context

I'm surprised no riots in China occurred. Yet.

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Posted in: 8 U.S. sailors sue Japanese gov't, TEPCO for lying about radiation See in context

Unfortunately, Americans will be seen as even more greedy because of what these idjits are trying to pull off. You're in a carrier, you follow orders, the orders take you close to Fukushima Daiichi, you can't sue your superiors or the Navy, so sue TEPCO.

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Posted in: Seven & i Holdings to offer free wi-fi in 10,000 stores nationwide See in context

It's about frickin' time!

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