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Posted in: Obama's bow to emperor causes outrage in Washington See in context

Did anyone read this regarding Obamas 90 degree bow to Japan's Emperor?

"State department protocol indeed decrees that presidents bow to no one."

No? Try Again.

"State department protocol indeed decrees that presidents bow to no one."

STATE DEPARTMENT PROTOCOL = PRESIDENTS BOW TO NO ONE

Got it now?

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Posted in: Obama's bow to emperor causes outrage in Washington See in context

The President of the United States should only meet with ELECTED heads of State for political matters. Emperors, Queens etc are only celebrities. Sure, the President of the U.S. may meet with a movie or rock star just like any other celebrity.

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Posted in: Obama's bow to emperor causes outrage in Washington See in context

Junnama - "So you're saying he shouldn't have visited the Emporer at all, since he is just some old man? He is Japan's head of state after all..."

Yes, I am saying that.

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Posted in: Obama's bow to emperor causes outrage in Washington See in context

"State department protocol indeed decrees that presidents bow to no one, and has had to deal with similar controversies before, when then president Bill Clinton did a semi-bow to Japan's Emperor Akihito."

Alex Spillius

(article at www.telegraph.co.uk)

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Posted in: Obama's bow to emperor causes outrage in Washington See in context

"On every single occasion, Obama has gone out of his way to display inferiority and fealty to foreign royalty. Not only is this considered a violation of state department protocol, which decrees that presidents bow to no one, it also goes against the grain of historical American opposition to Kings and Emperors."

Paul Joseph Watson www.infowars.com

http://www.infowars.com/the-significance-of-the-bow-obama-is-a-house-servant-for-the-global-elite/

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Posted in: Obama's bow to emperor causes outrage in Washington See in context

According to the Constitution of the United States of America ALL people are born equal with equal rights.

A true American does not acknowledge Emperors, Kings, Queens etc. If I met the Emperor I would just shake his hand and give the common courtesy bow that I would give any older man. The Japanese Emperor is only an old man to me (and should be to all Americans).

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Posted in: Fort Hood shooter had communications with Pakistan See in context

And Pakistan intelligence was involved in the 911 attacks.

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Posted in: Colorado balloon boy parents plead guilty in hoax See in context

Japanese wives go along with any weird ideas their husbands come up with.

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Posted in: NASA moon strikes finds significant water See in context

NASA moon strikes finds significant water.... but failed to destroy the reptilian stargate.

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Posted in: Former Miss Universe Japan Kurara Chibana expands her horizons See in context

I agree. Ms Chibana is classy.

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Posted in: Woman arrested for killing 9-year-old son in Nagoya hotel See in context

What is it with Japanese and their children?? EVERY DAY at least one child is murdered by a parent.

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Posted in: U.S. risks following Japan's example of stagnancy See in context

America is much more flexible than Japan. ANYTHING can happen in America over the next few years, most likely HUGE change.. for better or worse. I personally think the U.S. will fracture into regions that are either tools of the Fed or independent rebel States (I really wish Oregon, Washington and British Columbia would merge...), but I digress... Japan will be pretty much the same for quite awhile, I think, and the rest of the world will pull Japan along like some demented old fart that needs mobility assistance.

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Posted in: 10% jobless is Obama's new world See in context

Hephatsheput - "10% unemployment: The Clinton/Obama legacy."

Actually it's more an Al Gore legacy. He pushed NAFTA the most. And Obama promised to end NAFTA, but lied, yes, LIED. Obama is a liar. NAFTA started the destruction of the U.S. And then Goldman Sachs (bank), the (non)Federal Reserve with Geithner etc gutted the rest of the U.S.

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Posted in: Iron with enhanced steam function See in context

Oh, and 4 blades was a joke on the Onion (satirical newspaper) but even 4 blades is real now! Sorry, off topic.

If they want to improve something how about the ironing BOARD. Stop the damn thing screeching like a banshee... and make the board so it can double as a REAL surf board.

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Posted in: Iron with enhanced steam function See in context

Some things just don't need to be improved anymore. Irons, toothbrushes.. why does a shaver need 4 or even 5 blades?? 3 blades was a Saturday Night Live JOKE years ago.

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Posted in: Security tightened in Tokyo for Obama's visit See in context

thepaceisglacia - "What alternative to democracy do you support?"

A Constitutional Republic is better than a democracy.

A democracy is two wolves and a sheep deciding what's for dinner. A CR is the same as a democracy but the sheep has RIGHTS and so is protected from the wolves. For example, the 2nd Amendment protects the sheep's rights to have a gun to keep the wolves in line.

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Posted in: Geithner encouraged by Japan focus on local demand See in context

“We’re at a point now..blah blah blah...you don’t have yet in place the conditions for a self-sustaining recovery led by the private sector that...blah blah blah...can bring unemployment down and get factories investing,” he said.

“Our collective judgment is that it’s going to take continued carefully designed support from government policy as a bridge to a recovery in private demand,” he said. “It’s too early on a global basis to see people shift to restraint."

What Geithner is saying is that the government needs to give banks more power.

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Posted in: 'Uncle' Tarantino becomes newest member of Softbank's 'White Family' See in context

"Why would you not use a picture of Tarantino in this article?"

Moderator: Because the commercial hasn't been finished yet.

The commercial doesn't need to be finished in order to show (any) photo of Tarantino.

Moderator: Well, then, since we already used a photo of him in the previous Entertainment story this morning (with Brad Pitt), we thought it would be better to use a different photo for this story.

How about cut out the lower half of Ueto and Dante's photo and then have Tarantino's big smiling mug below theirs? Then you would have all three.

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Posted in: JUJU looking for man to spend Christmas with See in context

I think Christmas is a bunch a bullcrap anyway. Let's cut down a symbol (the evergreen tree) of everlasting life (your spirit) killing it. Then after you have symbolically destroyed your soul, let's put a bunch of bling on it and spread a lot of materialistic garbage around it. A ritual of how consumerism sucks the soul right out of you. Bah humbug!

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Posted in: Woman arrested for killing 9-year-old son in Nagoya hotel See in context

Bet she was on a psychotropic drug. I'm starting to think that all J women are drugged up on something. It seems to me more than half the men and all the old farts are drunk.. the younger women are probably popping happy pills. I think the growing violence is more chemical than just societal.

Furthermore, it just seems everyone in Japan over the age of say, 17, is a selfish piece of fried rhino sphincter.

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Posted in: High school employee arrested for paying girl for sex See in context

"cheaper going to soapland"

Cheapest is having a high school girlfriend. ;p

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Posted in: 'Uncle' Tarantino becomes newest member of Softbank's 'White Family' See in context

"Why would you not use a picture of Tarantino in this article?"

Moderator: Because the commercial hasn't been finished yet.

The commercial doesn't need to be finished in order to show (any) photo of Tarantino.

Moderator: Well, then, since we already used a photo of him in the previous Entertainment story this morning (with Brad Pitt), we thought it would be better to use a different photo for this story.

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Posted in: Pitt and Tarantino to be guests on 'Bistro SMAP' See in context

SMAP is short for pap smear. As in, "my girlfriend is getting her smap done this morning."

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Posted in: DC sniper John Allen Muhammad executed in Virginia See in context

They should have used him for sniper practice. Practical karma. ^ ^

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Posted in: Veteran tour escort relates travelers' lack of decorum See in context

"Japan certainly doesn't have a monopoly on clueless/impolite travellers...."

I've heard that the French are the worst.

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Posted in: Veteran tour escort relates travelers' lack of decorum See in context

"I feel sorry for the Japanese as they almost never have genuine cultural experiences while overseas."

Just looking at stuff is a cultural experience for most Japanese. Photos at the post-card-image sites and then off to the shops! I'm constantly trying to get my J-gf to go off the beaten path when we travel. If we go to California we go to the outlet. New York, outlet. Florence Italy, outlet... When we went to Hawaii I wanted to rent a car and drive to the North Shore of Oahu, it was like pulling teeth trying to get her away from the Duty Free shops. Hitchhiking in the back of a pickup in Saipan when returning from the beach was a frightening Indiana Jones adventure to her.

I would say that Japanese need to get out more, but they DO. They just need to internalize and personalize their experiences more when they do get out, I think. Visiting another country should not be like visiting a museum (with most of the time spent in the museum gift shop). Other cultures are alive and inviting, not dead and simply on display.

Anyway, if Japanese did truly feel deeply that they were immersed in another country they may watch their manners more. It's easy to be an ass to people you think are just on display for your pleasure.

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Posted in: Ex-gangster held after beating customer to death in Thai restaurant in Tokyo See in context

"drinking with a group of about 10 people in a Thai restaurant at around 9 a.m."

Kinda early for a drink, ain't it?

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Posted in: Lawyer asks investigators not to question Hasan See in context

Justuju- "...he is condemned even before a 'fair' trial."

Because the Patriot Act has replaced the U.S. Constitution all U.S. citizens are stripped of their right to a fair trial in cases of "domestic terrorism."

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Posted in: Lieberman to start Senate investigation into Fort Hood shooting See in context

Manchurian Candidate

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Posted in: Chavez to troops: Prepare for war with Colombia See in context

“The best way to avoid war is preparing for it,” Chavez told military officers..."

"You Cannot Simultaneously Prevent And Prepare For War" -Albert Einstein

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