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Posted in: Japan's Christians celebrate Easter amid disaster See in context

Unless it escaped you, non-Christians can be good, moral people too."

Actually the most decent and moral people I know are atheists. They don't possess the judgemental attitudes and hatred towards other religions or races that many religious types have. If anyone believes in a god who influences everything that happens in this world, inflicted death and destruction on undeserving children on March 11, then you need to serioulsy address your beliefs.

When you thank god every night for your health and happiness, also thank him that he gave that other Christian kid cancer and not you. The hyprocisy is stupifying.

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Posted in: U.N. expert: Fukushima not as bad as Chernobyl See in context

Fukushima is far from contained. We are seeing massive contamination of the ocean, air and ground in the region.

Enter the Fox News viewer

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Posted in: Cheer up See in context

Showing respect indeed. What have they done to earn respect? They didn't earn their title or place in society. Like all royalty, they're born into it or marry into it. How sad and archaic.

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Posted in: U.N. expert: Fukushima not as bad as Chernobyl See in context

We don't have any safe levels of radiation.

A complete fallacy. We constantly live with safe levels of radiation around us.

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Posted in: Mystery solved in death of legendary Japanese dog Hachiko See in context

Phew. Now I can sleep at night.

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Posted in: Japan beats South Korea to set up Asian Cup final clash with Australia See in context

The United States, ranked lower than Ghana, Chili and Egypt, a top football nation in the world? Hilarious!!!

Not nearly as hilarious as your spelling. It's "Chile", just so you know

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Posted in: Japan, Jordan advance to Asian Cup quarterfinals See in context

Roomtemperature - if you can only measure a keeper's measure by his team's league standing. You clearly lack the ability to assess what makes a good keeper or not. I rest my case

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Posted in: Japan, Jordan advance to Asian Cup quarterfinals See in context

Schwarzer is good, but not world-class.

I would've thought being the starting keeper of a club in a world-class league like the EPL would constitute him being "world-class". Some people are just hard to impress hey?

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Posted in: 'Toilet God' song makes a star of songstress See in context

What a stomach-churning cliched "ballad." It just keeps on repeating itself and never seems to end. The toilet analogy would be best used to describe where this song belongs.

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Posted in: San Francisco Giants win World Series See in context

I thought the "World" in "World Series" referred to a newspaper that sponsored the finals series at the time. The newspaper - called The World Report (I think) - sponsored it only if it could attach it's name to it. Hence the World Series.

A famous urban myth however it's not true

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Posted in: Rakuten's Iwakuma cleared to go to major leagues See in context

Watch the Muts go after him

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Posted in: Do you believe that Al-Qaida was responsible for the events of 9/11 See in context

There is no way that steal structures fall like they did in 911

Well how about "steel structures" then? Is that how they spelled it at your quaint little conspiracy club meeting?

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Posted in: Do you believe that Al-Qaida was responsible for the events of 9/11 See in context

Keep it simple people. Apply Occam's razor if you will. The lunatics who think an incompetent administration like the Bush administration could pull it off, generally believe in things like the moon landings were faked, the world is being run by an illuminati made up of reptilian hybrids and the list goes on. They just want to think every major event is a conspiracy. Let them live in the bizarre fantasy land and be done with it. It's hard, if not impossible to argue with irrational people.

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Posted in: Last-place Mariners fire manager Don Wakamatsu See in context

Typical J-dude! Shy about using English. His rants to hype up the American League team for the All-Star game while in the locker room away from the press are in English and are legendary. From what I've heard, they'd make a sailor weep.

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Posted in: Dance on! See in context

YongYang : How far does the show go? Full nudity?

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Posted in: Flower power See in context

What's this flower called?

I believe it's the unfortunately named "rapeseed"

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Posted in: Eri Murakawa talks Broadway, burgers and being on stage See in context

“I think my personality is more Tokyo. I’m always surprised when I go back there. People will just start talking to me on the street, and I think, ‘Do I know you?’ That definitely doesn’t happen in Tokyo.”

So in essence, you're admitting you're a snob.

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Posted in: Man arrested after leaving body of dead mother in house for 6 months See in context

Norman!

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Posted in: Saitama cop arrested for indecent acts with 15-year-old-girls See in context

The incident came to light after the mother of one of the girls became suspicious after noticing her daughter had a lot of cash, and informed police.

Finally! I'm always wondering what parents of schoolgirls engaged in enjo kosai are doing when their daughter comes home with outrageously expensive brand name products. Don't they ever suspect something? They aren't buying them with that 700 yen/hr part-time job. Good to see the parents caring for a change!

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Posted in: Early blossoms See in context

"Unseasonably warm winter"? Maybe the last week has been warmer than average but overall it's been just as cold if not colder than the last few years. At least where I live anyway.

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Posted in: Big pitch See in context

I have met her and she's a really sweet girl. I have it on good authority that there is another girl on the team and they'll be rooming together.

Good luck Eri.

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Posted in: Matsui, Angels reportedly reach agreement See in context

Oh and by the way flav, I'm killing myself laughing that you actually went to wikipedia, arguably the world's most unreliable source of information and counted the number of players who qualified for stats. That is too funny!! You're a real purist huh??

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Posted in: Matsui, Angels reportedly reach agreement See in context

flavorflav read my posts carefully. Where did I say anything otherwise to what you posted about what constitutes an active roster? I was ridiculing what hotbox called an active roster. I told him to go and look up what an active roster actually was. Again, if you read carefully, the 39 players I mentioned was to contradict the "50 to 60 players" that hotbox played in the majors for the Yankees in the 2009 season. He was even claiming Kei Igawa played this year for the Yanks which wasn't the case.

I've played and watched baseball for over 30 years so you can get off your high horse bud. You're good at stating the obvious, the same obvious points I told hotbox to look up but you're pretty careless when it comes to reading. If you can find any quotes which justifies your rant against me. Please feel free to have another go. I think you'll find you were a bit too quick to post without bothering to read what I posted.

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Posted in: Matsui, Angels reportedly reach agreement See in context

in addition to the 39 players you mentioned who are on the active roster on any given day, there are several players (e.g. Kei Igawa) who was called up from minor league affiliates every now and then.

Now this is my point about you clearly being a newcomer to baseball. If you read my post AND did some research, you will see that only 39 players played in the bigs in TOTAL for the Yankees organization in 2009. What do you mean 39 players on an the active roster? Do your homework and check how many players make up an "active roster"! Check what an "active roster" is while you're at it.

Oh and get over your love-fest for Kei Igawa, he didn't even play in the majors in 2009. hotbox, wait until you know something about the game before posting.

eresay, thank you for providing proof for RogueFive's fabrication.

Oh and 39 players played for Yankees last year not the 50 to 60 you quoted.

Ahhh, hotbox08, my criticism is aimed at your comments

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Posted in: Matsui, Angels reportedly reach agreement See in context

I've read it again, and it said that all "260 players" were considered, and fans voted Matsui 15th or 16th out of 260 players, meaning that he didn't come close to dead last.

What a bizzare argument. Do you think that minor leaguers usually poll higher than major leaguers in the popularity stakes? By having to google and state the obvious, eg minor league afflilates, the number of games in a season etc it seems to me you are a newcomer to the game. BTW Nady was traded to the Yankees and didn't come up through the farm system. He might have played some games there but he was not a product of the Yankees farm system as he was traded from the Pirates last year.

Oh and 39 players played for Yankees last year not the 50 to 60 you quoted. Consider yourself schooled. Hope you enjoyed your first year of watching baseball. Any other questions? I'll be happy to help.

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Posted in: Matsui, Angels reportedly reach agreement See in context

where several fans write in and create independent polls

Sorry, in no way is a public message board a credible poll.

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Posted in: Matsui, Angels reportedly reach agreement See in context

but another poll had him listed as their 2nd or 3rd favorite Yankee of all time

Sorry, you need to state the source. I simply don't believe that.

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Posted in: Kobe Luminarie See in context

Is this going to be the "last year" like they say every year?

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Posted in: Okada confident Japan can reach World Cup semifinals See in context

HA HA HA HA, what absolute nonsense. "Oh, we Japanese..." (eresay wipes tears from his eyes)

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Posted in: Fur of the Year See in context

Nice post Cleo. You just saved me time by echoing my thoughts. What I find ironic is that the same people who would find the animals that the fur comes from, "Gyyaaaaa Kawaii" are the ones who are walking around draped in their hides.

Viewing video of the killing and skinning would surely change a few minds.

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