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Posted in: American father arrested in Japan had asked Tennessee court for help See in context

Calling your ex wife an idiot i thought was the natural therapeutic path after a divorce. However, if she is in fact poisoning the kids' mind against him then that is not such an unreasonable course under the circumstances. After all, what does this guy expect? He wants all the fun and games but is not willing to pay a price.

This guy probably got tired of that Japanese "honey" and wanted something with more life and abandonment. The path to a Japanese wife is littered with miscalculations and fantasies about the ever after, only to find that she is patently predictable and boring.

Picking a compatible Japanese wife is a more complicated process than most western men think. It is only after a minimum of two years of strong dating, that includes countless walks along the gauntlet of physical and emotional interaction before one should decide.

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Posted in: Letterman admits affairs; claims extortion See in context

The extortionist must be stupid to believe that Letterman would actually give up any money. He even struggles to deal with his child support obligations. This guy is a major to chronic tight ass according to the stories from his previous love interests. He would take them out to dinner and expect them to pay even though he was earning over a thousand times more than they did. I don't know if it had anything to do with the time he once spent at the Waling Wall but he is cheap, really cheap.

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Posted in: Real Clothes See in context

Japanese women are hot period!!

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Posted in: American arrested in Fukuoka for kidnapping own kids from ex-wife See in context

This guy simply took his eye off the ball.

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Posted in: GSDF officer arrested for filming up student's skirt See in context

hahyahah, whats with these guys and filming up skirts

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Posted in: U.S., Cuba hold unannounced talks See in context

Lift the embargo!! its time

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Posted in: Lawyer: Polanski will fight extradition to the U.S. See in context

If Polanski is allowed to get away with this what message will it send to victims of rape. That if you are really rich and famous you don't need to follow the law. This guy drug and raped a 13 year old girl and split to Europe during which time he has been living large. Jail his ass

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Posted in: France, Poland want Polanski released on bail See in context

don't understand why the victim is weighing in on this so heavily. It has nothing to do with her at this stage. It is about fleeing to avoid prosecution and confinement a matter for Californian prosecutors.

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Posted in: Berlusconi calls Obama 'tanned' again See in context

I really don't think his comments were racial. It was blown out of proportion by the media looking for an angle.

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Posted in: Director Roman Polanski in Swiss custody on 31-year-old U.S. arrest warrant See in context

Put his ass in Jail. What is the issue? He was convicted and left the Jurisdiction to avoid confinement.

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Posted in: Director Roman Polanski in Swiss custody on 31-year-old U.S. arrest warrant See in context

Put his ass in jail. He was convicted and left the jurisdiction to avoid confinement

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Posted in: Celebrity drug offenders face public humiliation See in context

Why do some here feel the urge to tell us that they don't need to use drugs. Who the hell cares! The initial use of drugs is never born of need but more about curiosity, peer encouragement or the necessity to address some medical problem. Not all drugs are harmful.

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Posted in: Obama offers Iran dialogue; Israel tells U.S. it is time to act See in context

Israel should not be preaching to the UN about moral fortitude in respect to the Iranian leader's comments. last time I checked Israel was in breech of at least two UN resolutions. Sighting their right to behave as they please as justification. Israel's general behaviour is nauseating, they should just be quiet. If they stupidly attack Iran it will be disastrous for world peace.

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Posted in: Seattle bank teller loses job for chasing, catching robber See in context

Fire his ass!

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Posted in: Netanyahu: Israel wants 'understanding' with U.S. See in context

The US should just cut off aid

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Posted in: Palin steps down as Alaska governor See in context

I just can never make sense of this woman's speeches. They all seem so disjointed and irrelevant

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Posted in: Obama surprised at reaction to his comments on police officer in Gates' arrest See in context

Why is this such a surprise. We know that American police in general by virtue of their past behaviour have effectively surrendered their standing in the community. They have a documented history of racism towards minority groups.

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Posted in: Charges dropped against black Harvard scholar See in context

This is just typical police behaviour in America towards people of color.

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Posted in: Netanyahu: Israel can build anywhere in Jerusalem See in context

smithinjapan: I agree with you. I can't help but to think that Israel don't really want to resolve this issue of the Palestinians. They see it as a more lucrative venture than the option of peace. To discuss real peace with the Palestinian and to achieve it would mean a cessation of the billions of dollars in American aid. Don't forget that these are people who continued to sell arms to apartheid South African under condemnation from the world community. It is financially not in Israel's interest to genuinely pursue peace and as such they will not do it. I suspect that Obama's ethnicity may have something to do with Israel's further march into this recalcitrant position.

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Posted in: Netanyahu: Israel can build anywhere in Jerusalem See in context

If Israel is prepared to simply ignore a request from its most hardened supporter, then do you seriously believe they would concede anything to the Palestinian. Israel is a recalcitrant state.

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Posted in: Gates says he wants to soften gay expulsion rules See in context

Alphaape: you are truly of the Jurassic age. To be against gays serving is almost laughable to the rest of the world except if you live in Iran, Saudi Arabia or Zimbabwe. It is such a backward position. It is like punishing some one because they are left handed.

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Posted in: Senate apologizes for slavery, segregation in U.S. See in context

Himajin. There cannot be a statue of limitation on state organized crimes against a people. Germany is still paying for its crimes against the Jews, and if 100 years had passed then it would be paid to the ancestors/ surviving family members of those who suffered. To say that the victims are dead and therefore that exonerates the penetrator is ridiculous. The state continues to exist and so do the direct ancestors of those who suffered. In this context reparations are owed to their families

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Posted in: Senate apologizes for slavery, segregation in U.S. See in context

rbodell at 11:39 PM JST - 24th June wrote: I am more than ready to pay my share of repatriations. All you have to do is to show where I have owned you. If I did not own you, go leech off your owner.

Man please!!!! Is there anything you would pay reparations for? I know you have more than just ear wax between both ears. If you don't believe in reparation or cant see the arguments for it, then you would have probably supported slavery and fight tooth and nail to maintain it. Slavery was wrong then, it is wrong now and is wrong in the future.

It is patently moronic to advance the argument that since you did not own slaves then it had nothing to do with you. It is not just about owning slaves, it goes well beyond that to physical brutality and denials on the basis of race.

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Posted in: Supremacist blogger accused of threatening judges See in context

arrest his ass! Lock him under jail

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Posted in: Senate apologizes for slavery, segregation in U.S. See in context

jhk - Just lay off African kids. Every lonely bleeding heart looking for attention wants to talk about African kids. This is about slavery and the argument for reparations. If you are truly interested in doing some good perhaps reparations for those women raped by Japanese soldiers in WW2 may be a more legitimate cause for you, but perhaps before you do that you may want to sort out your personal confusion about what you are.

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Posted in: Republicans call Obama timid on Iran See in context

haha, the Republicans believe because the signs are in English it is directed at the Americans. Narcissist

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Posted in: Republicans call Obama timid on Iran See in context

Is the same old Republican stand "if you are not with us you are against us" This idea that America must somehow lead the world is just so freeking tired. Obama is taking the right stance in respect to the crisis. He has chosen not to make threats, declare war or support any particular party except to say that the Iranian people has a right to self determination and violence against them should stop. Republicans must just go away, their approach, their attitude, their arrogance just don't work in this new world.

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Posted in: Senate apologizes for slavery, segregation in U.S. See in context

Teleprompter- I suppose you subscribe to the notion that by using the word "ridiculous" without any supporting evidence makes it tenable. Let me make the argument more banal. If you lived in America during slavery and well beyond you were given certain privileges based on your race. You did not need any particular talent or richness in character to attain those privileges, which were systematically denied to blacks. Under those circumstances as a white person you were in every sense complicit in the application of this affair system for which the only criteria for being treated fairly was race. To say that whites collective bare no responsibility is what is "patently ridiculous". In fact, the overwhelming majority of whites loved the system and benefited from its existence and did everything to maintain it.

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Posted in: Senate apologizes for slavery, segregation in U.S. See in context

It is really pathetic the way some on this forum are seeking to blame the victims for their condition as slaves. It really tears me up to hear the ridiculous argument that points blame to African slave traders. Europeans created the market by trading guns for human beings. The main commercial intermediaries in human trade were Jewish merchants who grew insanely rich. What we are concerned about here is slavery in American and the responsibility of those who benefited directly or indirectly. All white Americans were responsible because of the inequitable benefits that the society bestowed on them because of their race. It offered to whites a status that was not offered to blacks or Indians and it does not matter where in the country you lived or what church you went to, you got the benefits simply because you were white. And no where was it more blatantly unequal than in the system of justice meted out to blacks and Indians. I submit again that a strong case for reparations is in order.

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Posted in: Senate apologizes for slavery, segregation in U.S. See in context

This is essentially not an issue for specific political parties per say. It is one that involved the entire country at the time. White Americans on mass supported the racist policies at the time, and is therefore complicit in the carnage that it exacted on minorities, which extends also to American Indians. I make the claim that reparations are in order. It is one thing to say "sorry" which I believe is an easy course to take without any real cost. The human cost to the various groups affected has reached across generations and the evidences supporting this contention can not be denied. Reparation is crucial for the process of healing and reconciliation. It is a potent act that will categorically recognize the wrongs of the past and the country's efforts to make good. It is a confirmed rejection of man's stupidity and the commitment to never return to that way of thinking.

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