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Posted in: Police make arrests as right-wing, anti-fascist groups rally in Portland See in context

Police make arrests as right-wing, anti-fascist groups rally in Portland

So Antifa is just anti-fascist, they don’t damage property, physically attack newsman or anyone else who gets in their, are not socialists or communists?

Got it MSM Reuter’s. You prove either your journalistic incompetence or your globalist lackey credentials everyday.

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Posted in: Writer hopes Japanese step out of 'comfort zone' as society diversifies See in context

No FizzBitt, 

I think you might be taking an 'old world' view on this. American's mix, we fall in love with eachother, marry have children. Been happening for generations. My two daughters are: 

French, German, Scottish, English, Croix Indian, Dutch, Spanish, African, Indonesian, Chinese and Taino Indian.


I guess you weren’t following the thread. I was responding to another poster about their story of their partner never mixing with others and staying with their own language/culture, if they choose to.

This does not make America better, my country was robbed, raped, enslaved, etc. by numerous Colonial powers. Today, we are trying to figure it out. It's ugly but we are not shy or ashamed about making progress.

Yeah, whose wasn’t at any time in our past history. Some are trying to figure it out, some are trying to make it worse.

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Posted in: Writer hopes Japanese step out of 'comfort zone' as society diversifies See in context

its clear you know nothing about New York. 

You’re right, I don’t. But someone living in NY, or any other city in the US for 35 years should. Sounds like your wife went to the States as a professional and had her mind set as to how much she would mix with the locals. A twenty year old or a college student with limited English would not go if they never intended to at least attempt to “step out” right?

Furthermore, that’s one beauty of our experiment, that people can and choose to live together according to their nationality, race, interests, etc. It works. A lesson for Western Europe I guess.

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Posted in: Carp slugger Batista tests positive for banned substance See in context

What substance?

My question too.


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Posted in: Writer hopes Japanese step out of 'comfort zone' as society diversifies See in context

Mitsuyo Okada encourages Japanese to venture out of their comfort zones -- something she has learned to do firsthand while living in the Big Apple since the 1980s.

After around 35 years of living in the States, and NY of all places, you don’t have any choice but to “step out” of your comfort zone. Kinda funny.

One crucial thing I learned from studying overseas ."

Studying? For 35 years?

was the experience of becoming a minority because it is difficult to understand their pain unless you are actually in their position

One of the most successful multicultural cities in the world, their shouldn’t be any pain, struggle yes, pain only if you can’t or don’t want to better yourself. We’re not in the 23rd century Star Trek fantasy yet.

She also suggested Japanese people are too reticent when learning foreign languages, and get hung up on speaking them perfectly. Okada says many Japanese she knows choose to remain quiet rather than make grammatical errors or other mistakes.

Now that’s a big Bingo

"The most important thing is an eagerness to convey what you want to say," Okada said. "Many cab drivers in New York are immigrants, and they often simply say 'where to' when they ask passengers about their destinations."

Not just immigrants. How long have you lived in NY?

Overall, I hope it helps any who read this, and hopefully not take it as gospel.

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Posted in: Medical examiner confirms Epstein death a suicide by hanging See in context

William Barr is the US Attorney General. William Barr is a lifelong deep swampman representing and protecting the far right faction of the establishment. 

Yeah, but don’t let the globalist establishment fool you. The far right, right, left and far left “faction”s are sitting at a round table sharing a bottle of 1946 Macallan Scotch awaiting their tea time, LTAO.

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Posted in: Medical examiner confirms Epstein death a suicide by hanging See in context

Washington DC is in the pits of despair and their life blood runs over.

The only evidence that seems strange is Epstein was heard “shouting and shrieking from his jail cell” (CBS) but the officers couldn’t revive him when they reached him. Does the coroner state that the broken neck bones caused an instantaneous death?

Honestly, this guy isn’t worth a good conspiracy theory.

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Posted in: Elvis fans remember his death 42 years ago with vigil See in context

I'll be having a Big Mac and cheese with a large shake and fries to commemorate the day.

Why not go all in and have a couple bacon sandwiches?

If I can dream!!

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Posted in: Guns N' Roses settles lawsuit over Guns 'N' Rosé beer See in context

I've more of an appetite for this concoction


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Posted in: Trump amplifies conspiracy theories from perch of presidency See in context

He said he had "no idea" whether the Clintons were involved in the death, but continued to fan the theory, saying that the former president spent far more time on Epstein's private plane, and perhaps his private island, than known.

"no idea"?

Wonderful job JONATHAN LEMIRE and JILL COLVIN of the AP. That only quote from Trump in the entire article "no idea" sure sounds like a grand conspiracy theory. I see a Pulitzer in your future, that is l, after you graduate high school.

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Posted in: Shootout on California freeway overpass leaves officer, gunman dead See in context

Random violence and killings by guns will never begin to decrease

But they have been for years. Gotta love knee-jerk reactions.

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Posted in: Surge in arrests of foreign teachers in China See in context

Now we know what “belt” means in the Belt and Road Initiative.

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Posted in: Body confidence and body positivity in Japan See in context

Doesn't Naomi live in the US? So many awash ways to get obese in the US. Saw her in a CM the other day, dancing around looking like an idiot in a skimpy high school uniform. As far as marketing, it worked.

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Posted in: Hong Kong leader urges calm as protest tensions rise See in context

Make no mistake - they are falsely claiming "terrorism" so that they can try to justify the deadly crackdown that's about to come. This is what tyranny looks like.

And then what Crazy Joe?

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Posted in: Major Japanese companies pessimistic about economy: survey See in context

This must be why J Corps have moved manufacturing to China and reducing quality and quantity on their food products while charging the same price, and the citizens seem to remain ambivalent. DIY’ers and small businesses in the States have been commenting on the decline in quality of Makita and Hitachi/Hikoki power tools for awhile now.

Wheres the article on J Corp taking advantage of the loyalty of Japanese consumers?

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Posted in: Autopsy of Epstein performed, but details yet to be released See in context

Don’t you have to have some kind of facts or explanation of an event, then dispute that explanation in order for the phrase conspiracy theory to apply? So far there is littarly no factual or other information about his death.

Anyone talking conspiracy theory at this point is emotionally compromised or pushing a meme.

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Posted in: Donald Trump: a disruptive president See in context

This fake quote really undermines the article and should have been caught by an editor before ever being published. For the record what Trump actually said was:

Yeah well the MSM repeating this lie and loudly works. It worked for Hitler.

And there’s more. How about this doozy....

Tens of thousands of immigrants are now locked up in crowded detention centers that pointedly remind Americans of the grave injustice of imprisoning residents of Japanese ancestry in 1942.

Goebbels would be proud.

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Posted in: Woodstock generation looks back, from varied vantage points See in context

Joe Cocker’s Beatles cover is just one assume song.

But I cant agree to the label “Woodstock generation”. So many movements were happening in the 60’s and 70’s I don’t think it’s fair to others who were out in streets as opposed to sittin on a lawn trippin.

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Posted in: Epstein suicide sparks fresh round of conspiracy theories See in context

Epstein suicide sparks fresh round of conspiracy theories

Or rather

Epstein suicide sparks fresh round MSM misdirection headlines about “conspiracy theories” to keep talk of prominent Democratic leaders connected to Epstein's criminal sex club out of the story.

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Posted in: Disgraced money manager Jeffrey Epstein found dead in jail cell in apparent suicide See in context

One thing for sure, the odds for Dem’s to win in 2020 are more favorable now that Epstein has been suicided.

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Posted in: S Korea-Japan dispute puts military pact at stake See in context

And watching NK through Kim Il Sung, KIm Jong IL, and now Kim Jong Un, I haven't seen the slightest "crack" in Kim's dam.

Exactly. Nothings worked so far, why not try something different? Like Trump is doing, and now Moon.

To do so he's wrecking the US-JPN-SK alliance,

You say this with so much doom. I don’t see it.

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Posted in: Docomo extends d POINT program and services to inbound visitors in Japan See in context

I’m already so friggen tired of being asked if I have a d point card that I’ll refuse to get one now.

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Posted in: After #OscarsSoWhite, Hollywood trainees see progress on diversity See in context

Richard Crudo, a veteran Hollywood cinematographer whose credits include "American Pie,"

LOL, a movie that some High School talent could have done the cinematography for.

Well let’s just hope they reject the copy/paste and the social engineering direction of greedy Hollywood and make original movies again.

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Posted in: S Korea-Japan dispute puts military pact at stake See in context

Clearly South Korea is leaving the US camp.

Maybe, but it’s now a 60+ year stalemate. One guess, Kim Un opens up a little to SK meanwhile a few cracks emerge in Kim’s dam. These cracks get bigger and bigger as time goes on. Could be a 10 to 30 year plan but anything is better War.

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Posted in: Diners in Japan serving up fresh concepts with socially aware approach See in context

At Mirai Shokudo, customers who have eaten there before at least once can assist Kobayashi for 50 minutes in exchange for a meal.

Mirai: “Hey Taro, Here’s your free meal since you’ve finished slicing the meat for the steak bowl. By the way, did you wash your hands first?

Taro: No Ms Mirai, I forgot.

Mirai: We’ll that’s OK. We can’t waste all this product. Just remember to wash your hands next time.

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Posted in: Japanese women's breast size boasts 40 years of continued growth See in context

There’s a very simple explanation for this aside from the diet changes, less arranged marriages. More men can choose their wives and the votes are in.

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Posted in: Disney to reboot 'Home Alone' for new TV streaming service See in context

Somebody needs to reboot Walt Disney.

The greed of Hollywood.

Personally, I prefer Mooby the Golden Calf over Mickey Mouse.

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Posted in: Del Toro gets Hollywood star, urges immigrants to reject fear See in context

He is now known as one of the "three amigos" of Mexican film along with fellow Oscar-winning directors Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu ("Birdman," "The Revenant") and Alfonso Cuaron ("Gravity").

I’d rather watch Chevy Chase, Steve Martin and Martin Short over and over than any of these movies again.

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Posted in: Japan's food self-sufficiency rate lowest in 25 years See in context

I recollect hearing about a flaw in measuring the self-sufficiency rate by caloric intake.

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Posted in: 'No Japan' banners scrapped in Seoul district after outcry See in context

Was there any single case in the Japanese history that ordinary people defied the Japanese government who subsequently succumbed?

Flawed logic. Government, any government, do not “succumb” to the defiance of ordinary people.

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