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Posted in: Palin links resignation to 'higher calling' See in context

tee hee!

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Posted in: Palin links resignation to 'higher calling' See in context

Get ready to hear a lot more about the next president of the United States.

I'll start wearing a hat tomorrow just so I can say "if that dizzy bint Palin ever makes it into the whitehouse I'll eat my hat"

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Posted in: Palin links resignation to 'higher calling' See in context

hopefully her higher calling involves me never having to hear about her ever again

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Posted in: Chestnut beats Kobayashi to win July Fourth hot dog eating contest See in context

Chestnut of California hoisted the American flag and then stood proudly like an Olympic athlete as “The Star-Spangled Banner” played

pathetic

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Posted in: Palin resigns as Alaska governor; keeps plans secret See in context

palin in 2012....hahaha

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Posted in: Drop in household income puts strain on many marriages See in context

a part of Japan that is not typical of Japan as a whole.

if we are all using broad statements it's ok then

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Posted in: Putin has 'one foot in old ways,' Obama says See in context

who said I was liberal? I just can't stand your nonsense

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Posted in: Putin has 'one foot in old ways,' Obama says See in context

This is deplorable.

you wouldn't mind it if the marines were hoo-harring around the local employment office and it was saving fictional brown people with turbans from torture

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Posted in: Drop in household income puts strain on many marriages See in context

I agree with paddy. I'd say the vast majority of women I've met in Japan have never worked a day since their wedding reception. those in their 60s are especially doom-laden now at the prospect of having to cook 3 meals a day for their soon to be retired husband and are already planning to spend 5 instead of 3 days a week in the local coffee shop talking crap all day rather than spend time with the man who has paid for their hobbies for the past 40 years. oi-vey

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Posted in: New charge for US mom over phony Craigslist post See in context

and posters here complain about a mother crossing the street with her daughter...

posters on japanese news thread complain about idiotic Japanese mothers. posters here on this thread complain about idiotic American ones. easy to see the difference

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Posted in: Cheers See in context

they were waiting for the trees to grow but finally gave up and went ahead with astroturf

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Posted in: NON STYLE wins Y10 million for best reaction in Softbank mobile video contest See in context

cannon and ball are alive and well, in Japan

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Posted in: Fuji TV’s Aiko Kaito appointed captain for a day of efforts to prevent bank transfer scams See in context

I don't take any of them seriously unless they perform either a benny hill salute or sincere 'guts' pose

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Posted in: Munchies for the office See in context

the metabo ladies in my office would be a great source of income for this

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

yeah sure do. you are wrong as usual

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

I am under the impression that the only people here who really understand the problems involved in allowing gays into the forces, are those who have served (sarge/ Alphaape/ DarkKnight). Those others here criticising Alphaape and DrakKnight are more likely not to have served and are just gay men posting pro-gay comments.

hahahahahahaha. then you go on to talk about reality...hahaha

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Posted in: Disney, Hong Kong reach $465 mln expansion deal See in context

I went to disneysea last week. it was 1,000yen off for 2nd half of June, longest wait for anything was 15 minutes. didnt see anyone urinating in public unlike HK disneyland

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Posted in: Earphones for women See in context

On sale July 7

buy them for a lady friend on Tanabata, secure yourself some Fanibata

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Posted in: Yakitori See in context

Girl on the left foreground eats dinner in Yurakucho and shops in Sony Plaza. Classy..

yeah, because eating dinner in Omotesando and shopping in Wako would be a hoot in comparison wouldn't it..

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Posted in: One zoo to avoid See in context

It’s notorious as the kind of zoo Donald Rumsfeld would create

crow bar it in somewhere eh

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Posted in: Should marijuana use be legalized? See in context

maybe, who really knows?

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Posted in: Phone sale See in context

no no, you see you missed the clever arty bit where she is reflected in the mirror to the left. see? it's ok now

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Posted in: Mariko Shinoda to visit homes in nurse attire See in context

delivering health to people's doorsteps, how nice of her

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Posted in: Michael Jackson dies of reported cardiac arrest at 50 See in context

can't you people read?

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Posted in: Michael Jackson dies of reported cardiac arrest at 50 See in context

Yeah, he only had the best selling album of all time.

so what? since when has more always meant best? coke is better than root beer? carrot top is better than bill hicks? most people would say 'yes'. most people don't think much.

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Posted in: Michael Jackson dies of reported cardiac arrest at 50 See in context

barely a blip TO ME. I liked the scorsese video though

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Posted in: Michael Jackson dies of reported cardiac arrest at 50 See in context

why so sad for something that already finished 20 years ago? you still have the CDs? what had he done for you lately? if you want to get sentimental and remember the good times that's fine. RIP. for me the 80s belonged to Public Enemy and Black Flag, his music was barely a blip

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Posted in: Is Tokyo really top dog in global rankings? See in context

it's a very easy place to live, some of the best eating in the world. I prefer the suburbs though to be honest.

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Posted in: Kurobe See in context

this place is awesome in autumn

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Posted in: Japanese urged to take pride in their safe society See in context

Hamai also points out that rates for crimes by non-Japanese—most of which involve violations of the immigration laws or misdemeanors—are “extremely low” relative to the total number of crimes, and there’s nothing to suggest they are increasing.

glad someone with some sense has said this. Japan is comparatively a very safe country, there's really no denying it.

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