FizzBit comments

Posted in: 1 dead, 5 injured after elderly driver loses control of car See in context

Cut off the DL at age 60. Old people are horrible drivers. Letting old people drive is like giving a gun to a five year old.

Wow, so 60 is old? How old are you? 22? 60 is not "old" pal. 85 is old and my pops still drives, maybe his last year. Accidents happen. That's life. Unless a person is diagnosed with a disease that would impair their driving, a simple on the road driving test would be great for anyone over 75.

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Posted in: What do you think of the new Japan Today design? See in context

Given it a few days to get used to. Still find the format very unorganized. I just find the whole change illogical, which tells me there were other reasons for the change; staff reduction, larger profit margins, ????. I've noticed on other redesigned sites as well that you have to click TWICE to gat back to where you were. I find this very offensive and vulgar.

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Posted in: Korean chaos theory See in context

Fake news

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Posted in: What do you think of the new Japan Today design? See in context

Don't like it at all. What everyone else has said, especially about getting all the headlines in a quick view and the comments page. I see you fixed the auto spell check or it could be what type of phone/PC people are using. I'm no IT person but the format looks like you scrimped/downgraded on PC power. Lastly, what's the idea of asking if we want to "view more" under the adds. Waste of space, but maybe more revenue for you. Don't you know nobody clicks on those.

I don't see a post preview either.

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Posted in: N Korean test missile explodes on launch See in context

And he keeps on going, violating every and any UN sanction.

Gee, kind of like Irsrael.

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Posted in: Who is more unpredictable: U.S. President Donald Trump or North Korean leader Kim Jong Un? See in context

It would have been a ridiculous question because Obama was not infamous for his unpredictability.

Still pretending Obama didn't launch airstrikes or an ovethrow of the libyian government, or a ordered a coup in the Ukraine?

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Posted in: Over 100 killed during Syria's troubled population transfer See in context

Assad and his allies are the only ones with warplanes and copters. The only ones dropping illegal bombs. Barrel bombs, cluster bombs, phosphorus and chemical.

Oh geesh you're so naive. Ever heard of Yemen? Who's using copters and warplanes there? Can you connect dots?

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Posted in: Over 100 killed during Syria's troubled population transfer See in context

According to the Syrian Network for Human Rights

The MSM applauds you. Honest people on the other hand say you're a fool.

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Posted in: Over 100 killed during Syria's troubled population transfer See in context

"Syrian Observatory for Human Rights" everyone knows this person or people are bad guys and liars. Still the MSM keeps using them which tell you something. And why would the so called rebels blow up there own people?

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Posted in: Trump White House drops policy of identifying visitors See in context

His base will give him a pass so he's not under any pressure to change.

You're wrong, and just fantasizing.

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Posted in: Russia, Iran and Syria issue warning to U.S. See in context

He'll smash the globalist MSM led cabal of warmongering hegemonic international bankers and their petrodollars.

Still glad your globalist MSM led cabal of warmongering hegemonic international bankers and their petrodollars Hillary didn't win. At least we can say Trump lied and flip flopped, and stop supporting him. You, on the other hand, probably still support the globalist MSM led cabal of warmongering hegemonic international bankers and their petrodollars Hillary. Wonder how many tissue boxes you've went through in your safe space. Maybe Trump has a long game here but I don't see it. Needless to say, the Deep State will rule no matter who gets elected. Revolution in the US is back on the table.

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Posted in: Russia, Iran and Syria issue warning to U.S. See in context

What do your bosses tell you?

Probably the opposite of what your bosses tell you.

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Posted in: 82-year-old DJ thrills crowds on Tokyo's club scene See in context

Congrats on this lady. But I wouldn't tell anyone if I was a DJ, what a useless hobby.

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Posted in: J Geils, 'Centerfold' musician, dies at 71 See in context

Nice one Alfie

Brings back a lot of memories. Giels was my first big concert.

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Posted in: Bon voyage See in context

These days I'd be delighted with a bow from my wife when I have to leave for a few days. I'm lucky to get a grunt followed by a shout for a decent bottle of wine or chocolate from the duty free on my way out the door.

Ouch! I get a hug in the AM and PM. FYI to all single guys in Japan wanting to hitch up, find a country girl.

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Posted in: Tillerson arrives in Moscow to push Putin on Syria See in context

but is means Russia broke the rules and it should either correct their actions or, in the extreme case, give up their seat on organisations and withdraw from treaties who's rules they are no longer able to abide by.

And what about the CIA backed Nuland cookies and coup? How is it you can talk about Crimea but ignore what precipitated it. Last I checked, organizing a coup in another country is breaking some kind of rules.

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Posted in: Tillerson arrives in Moscow to push Putin on Syria See in context

Whether Russian troops were already stationed in Crimea is irrelevant.

I wonder what would you do as a leader of a country? NATO has broken their promise and getting closer and closer to Russian borders, the US then trying to destabilize Ukriane, as if they needed any help, by initiating a coup. What action would you take? I'm hoping I do t need to spell out the significance that Crimea is to Russia, but if I can speculate, I would say it's similar to what Hawaii is to the US. Of course, if you're in the anti-Russia camp for what ever reason, not sure I could get an objective answer.

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Posted in: J Geils, 'Centerfold' musician, dies at 71 See in context

Used to be a big Geils fan, until Freeze Frame came out. Terrible album. Their earlier stuff was much much better.

The writer of this AP article has no idea what they're talking about.

bridged the gap between disco and new wave

More like rock-n-blues similar to The Rockets.

Another band destroyed by MTV.

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Posted in: What is the worst experience you have had with an airline? See in context

Borderline obese male flight attendant leaning on my seat while BS'ing with a passenger behind me, waking me up. Northworst. Pretty much every flight is a bad experience the way they've designed the seats where the seat part slides forward creating a gap where your back should rest. Even the premium seats do this. Sure wish I could afford business class. ANA seats are not long enough.

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Posted in: Potato chip shortage due to typhoon damage in Hokkaido See in context

Elsie Lay used to live near me, and at least once talked about how she would make chips in the kitchen with Mr. Lay. He would go out every day to sell Lay potato chips while she took care of the boarders they had in their house to help make ends meet. Really nice old lady with a great story.

Cool story. Must be one of those insecure JT stalkers that gave you the thumbs down for that innocent story, or maybe a Calbee employee. LOL

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Posted in: Guardians of the Galaxy See in context

FizzBit: possibly the first time we've agreed on anything.

LOL

I couldn't wait and did a search. Looks like April 28 is the release date. Didn't even know about this movie until it came on cable for free. The music choice really shocked me at first. All I could find was Fox on the Run by sweet. I was in 6th grade when that song came out. Remember it well. Sweet is one of my favs and I saw them live in San Diego back in 92.

The album Level Headed, "California Nights"!

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Posted in: Potato chip shortage due to typhoon damage in Hokkaido See in context

Calbee is OK in a pinch but nothing beats lays. Store staff do need to be trained on how to handle them. Always turn the bag upside down to listen for a smashed bag. The Japanese Cheetos are too sweet and WHY don't the sell Fritos here. GMO corn? They sell Tostidos and Doritoes made in Tiawan, where do they get their corn? Wasn't it last year Japan had a French Fry problem?

I'm very glad my father in law grows spuds with no chemicals cause I get to eat the skins.

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Posted in: Guardians of the Galaxy See in context

Looking toward to the soundtrack.

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Posted in: Trump advisers: U.S. seeks to fight IS and oust Syria's Assad See in context

because of him the civil war started.

Proof? links? And not the MSM kind, we know how they roll, warmongers galore. Strange that all this chaos started in the city closest to the Jordanian border, I mean CIA infiltration point. It's common knowledge that Qatar and Saudi Arabia are funding the rebel cause. Jeez, ever hear of the petrodollar? So destabilizing another country in the Middle East is your idea of progress? Black Sabbath had a name for that, and I don't mean the guy that lost the bet. Is that you Black Sabbath?

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Posted in: Trump advisers: U.S. seeks to fight IS and oust Syria's Assad See in context

Looks like revolution in the US is back on table. To say that Trump conned us is phoney logic. There was simply no alternative. You could say Trump lied, I'll accept that. Hillary wouldn't have needed a false flag chem attack to initiate the globalists agenda. This is all about that natural gas pipeline that Assad nixed. Meanwhile Yemen is being conquered and Israel will get a freer hand. FU Trump!

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Posted in: Global reaction mixed after U.S. attacks Syrian gov't base with cruise missiles See in context

@zichi

I usually do. The only reason I didn't this time was because it was posted as an opinion since there were no references. Readers could take it or leave it.

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Posted in: Global reaction mixed after U.S. attacks Syrian gov't base with cruise missiles See in context

@jimizo

Here is one persons belief. I would agree with this.

Donald Trump's decision to launch cruise missile strikes on a Syrian Air Force Base was based on a lie. In the coming days the American people will learn that the Intelligence Community knew that Syria did not drop a military chemical weapon on innocent civilians in Idlib. Here is what happened: The Russians briefed the United States on the proposed target. This is a process that started more than two months ago. Their is a dedicated phone line that is being used to coordinate and deconflict (i.e., prevent US and Russian air assets from shooting at each other) the upcoming operation. The United States was fully briefed on the fact that there was a target in Idlib that the Russians believes was a weapons/explosives depot for Islamic rebels. The Syrian Air Force hit the target with conventional weapons. All involved expected to see a massive secondary explosion. That did not happen. Instead, smoke, chemical smoke, began billowing from the site. It turns out that the Islamic rebels used that site to store chemicals, not sarin, that were deadly. The chemicals included organic phosphates and chlorine. There was a strong wind blowing that day and the cloud was driven to a nearby village and caused casualties. We know it was not sarin. How? Very simple. The so-called "first responders" handled the victims without gloves. If this had been sarin they would have died. Sarin on the skin will kill you. How do I know? I went through "Live Agent" training at Fort McClellan in Alabama.

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Posted in: Global reaction mixed after U.S. attacks Syrian gov't base with cruise missiles See in context

@jimizo

Then Trump needs to go back to coloring books as well. I'm not buying it.

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Posted in: Global reaction mixed after U.S. attacks Syrian gov't base with cruise missiles See in context

You do REALIZE it was GWB's war with Iraq that has led to all the misery initially in Iraq & now also in Syria??!!

Hardly. That was part 4. Part 1 supporting Saddam with weapons and green lighting his attack on Iran, as well as his attack on Kuwait. Part 2, Bush senior's war in Iraq. Part 3, Clintons sanctions which killed up to 500,000 children.

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