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Posted in: You could be renting this 300-year-old samurai era house in Japan right now See in context

Wouldn’t even think of moving into any Japanese house until the crawl space is filled and sealed as well as the walls and ceiling torn down, vapor sealed and insulated.

Amazes me how the home construction industry here have been able to cointiniue to maintain the farce that a house has to “breath” just so they can increase their profit margins by building cheap uninsulated homes. If it’s an old house, you can do a lot of work yourself and who cares if doesn't look perfect.

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Posted in: House panel chair accuses Trump of 'massive, unprecedented' obstruction See in context

More us v. them, more divide and rule, typical of those pushing totalitarianism.

True, like the Departments of Justice and Education's respective civil rights divisions transgender bathroom / locker room decree under Obama.

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Posted in: Giga Big Mac returns to McDonald’s Japan, along with Grand Big Mac and new Big Mac Jr See in context

No fake cheese, onions or seasoning, take out the middle bun, then it’s good enough for a quick lunch.

McDonalds Japan can’t do anything right with their burgers. Never enough mustard and skimpy on the pickles. They destroyed the Quarter Pounder because they’d never put enough pickles, mustard and onions on it. And of course, never chesse unless it’s real.

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Posted in: U.S. to sanction 5 nations, including Japan, if they import Iranian oil See in context

Kenji, if you want to believe that the President of the US created a terrorist group go ahead.

You might want to rethink that.

Emmanuel Razavi: First of all, please refresh our memories about what operation Timber Sycamore is.

**Maxime Chaix*: Timber Sycamore* is the codename of a covert operation officially authorized by Obama in June 2013 to train and equip the anti-Assad rebellion, but which actually started in October 2011, when the CIA was operating via Britain’s MI6 to avoid having to notify Congressthat it was arming the rebels in Syria. Originally, the CIA and MI6 (the British foreign intelligence service) set up a rebel arms supply network in Syria from Libya — a plan that involved the Saudi, Qatari and Turkish intelligence services.

“I don't subscribe to crazy Alex Jones conspiracy theories. I don't.”

Ok, then how about a French journalist

ER: What concrete evidence do you have to show that US intelligence services have provided support to jihadist militias in Syria?

MC: The coordination role that the Agency signed off on in the fall of 2011 is now a proven fact, as we know that it was belatedly confirmed in June 2018 by Ben Rhodes, Obama’s chief adviser from 2009 to 2017. During the interview in question, Rhodes argued that the blacklisting of al-Nusra Front on the State Department’s list of terrorist organizations in December 2012 was a “schizophrenic” move, since it was obvious that the jihadist militia was a “big chunk” of the anti-Assad opposition, as he put it in his own words. During that interview, journalist Mehdi Hasan not only elicited from him that the CIA had played a coordinating role in this vast arms trade, but also that US involvement in this shadow war had been much greater than we thought.

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Posted in: 5 members of Bad Lobster biker group arrested See in context

The cops have done a great job over the last few years in my area of ridding these noisy bikes from our streets.

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Posted in: Netflix unveils plans for New York production hub See in context

Up to $100 million will be invested for an expanded office in Manhattan and six sound stages in Brooklyn.

The new corporate offices will include some 9,000 square meters (100,000 square feet) in Manhattan's Flatiron District and will lead to 127 new executive jobs, up from the 32 currently employed by Netflix in the city.

Not so fast Netflix. Wait until Cortez hears about this.

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Posted in: Jimmy Page reflects on Led Zeppelin's legacy and its sound See in context

We had tickets for their last tour and then the unthinkable happened. One my John Bonham favorites “in my time of dying” from PG, and Pages slide as well.

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Posted in: Convenience stores want you to be honest and request to pay higher sales tax rate See in context

Goes both ways. I want convenience stores to support their customers and clearly label items that have been silently reduced in quantity of the items that they source from. The Giant Ice cream cone is a perfect example. The way things are going, it’s going to be the size of my thumb in a few years.

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Posted in: British rock band Queen to bring 2020 Rhapsody Tour to Japan See in context

They don’t even have Spread Your Wings on the CD. Sheesh!

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Posted in: Top Democrats leave open option of Trump impeachment after Mueller report See in context

Calling Albert Einstein “good” in physics. Thanks, you just took my morning laugh into the afternoon. E=mc2

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Posted in: Top Democrats leave open option of Trump impeachment after Mueller report See in context

Lindsey Graham

This guy should never be brought into any discussion. He is evil.

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Posted in: Top Democrats leave open option of Trump impeachment after Mueller report See in context

That seems a reasonable observation given what we now know.

Exactly. What you know. Just how many lies, untruths, and the constant spinning do you need?

After TWO years of this MSM barrage and you don’t feel like you’ve been used?

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Posted in: Top Democrats leave open option of Trump impeachment after Mueller report See in context

especially where Putin and the Russians are concerned

Yep, keep the snowball rolling, because another country can actually decided who becomes the leader of another country. Oh wait, I thought the US were the professionals in choosing the leader of another country. Well, Hillary (we saw, we came, he died) Clinton is anyway. How’s that Libya thing working so far? Last I read was slavery was reintroduced. So much forward thinking! What to do? What to do?

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Posted in: Top Democrats leave open option of Trump impeachment after Mueller report See in context

Trump is an incompetent loudmouth. His staff saved him from himself. Trump supporters must be breathing a sigh of relief that there were some grown-ups in the room who stopped him trying to eat his toys. 

Those who think this childish Twitter troll is fit to lead have very low standards.

That’s a good idea. Go to warp speed, and change the topic to fit your narrative. And never forget to denigrate!

I'm curious. What is it you want? Did you want Hillary? Are you just so angry she didn’t win? Or are you just angry that Trump won?

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Posted in: Top Democrats leave open option of Trump impeachment after Mueller report See in context

until the likes of AOC and other visionaries rise up through the ranks.

Oh My God.

Ralph Nader rose up and stood for President and the Dems did everything possible to destroy him, more than the Reps. And Ralph was sensible, not like that crazy rich girl.

This morning is turning into a laugh fest. So you hate Trump but you can’t see that your rich girl is a huge fraud?

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Posted in: Top Democrats leave open option of Trump impeachment after Mueller report See in context

https://mavenroundtable.io/theintellectualist/news/trump-supporter-never-in-my-life-did-i-want-a-dictator-until-trump-was-elected-4gumxD99AEyQwfcE9Qj_Yw/

Talk about unhinged behavior? She’s got crazy eyes. Calling Trump a dictator? Do you agree with her assessment? Last time I checked, Trump won an election. So he’s a dictator because the anointed one didn’t win? You Hillary people are so funny.

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Posted in: Top Democrats leave open option of Trump impeachment after Mueller report See in context

unhinged behavior

What a laugh. No more rockets from North Korea flying over your head.

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Posted in: Mueller paints a damning portrait of Trump See in context

The "Deep State" and "Resistance" aren't Democrats

I dare you to say that to the face of the Gilets Jaunes / Yellow Vests. 23 weeks of protests.

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Posted in: K-pop phenomenon BTS first Korean act to top UK chart See in context

“K-poop phenomenon BTS first Korean act to top UK chart”

The music industry; can we even call it that anymore? It’s all “bustin a move” to computer music these days, so what should it be relabeled? Reminds me of the Macarena or the line dancing craze. Can I say fake music without gettin moderated?

Give me a Puddles Pity Party any day and everyday.

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Posted in: Book offers spirited claim that 1999 was best year ever for movies See in context

Nope, 80s movies rule. Original trilogy of Star Wars

The first Star Wars was 77, the second just made it into the 80’s with a May 1980 release.

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Posted in: Book offers spirited claim that 1999 was best year ever for movies See in context

I have to admit, some very great movies from 1999, but the best year ever? Hardly. Movies from 1973, 1974, 1975 and 1976 are just as great.

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Posted in: 'A good day': Trump claims victory with Mueller report out See in context

I think it’s very very telling how meuller detailed the relationship of Hillary Clinton, Fusion GPS and Natalia Veselnitskaya, with meetings before and after the “Trump Tower Meeting”

Oh wait. That was omitted.

Have to protect the Queen of BIG money.

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Posted in: Hatred of journalists turning to violence, watchdog warns See in context

I don’t recall the corporate MSM tearing apart Clinton and the Dem establishment for how they stole the nomination from Sanders.

An unbised, untainted legitimite news company would have put their feet to the fire and discredited anyone involved. But nope. Deborah Wasserman Schultz is still in Congress.

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Posted in: Hatred of journalists turning to violence, watchdog warns See in context

Can you give some examples of CNN manipulation of facts? 

CNN’s minipulation and smear campaign of Abe and Trump feeding the goldfish.

What should we expect, in the US anyway, from the handful of huge corporations that control 90+% of what we see hear and read.

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Posted in: BMW to recall 360,000 cars in China over Takata airbags See in context

What took them so long?

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Posted in: Half of foreigners in Tokyo have experienced discrimination: survey See in context

 i remember going to an 'international' party looking to meet a nice j-girl who would hopefully be 'international' at heart, 

Uhh....wait...what?....say that again please?

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Posted in: Half of foreigners in Tokyo have experienced discrimination: survey See in context

In the survey conducted by the Anti Racism Information Center,

I trust this group (well really, just one guy) about as much as I’d trust the KKK (took my daddy away), which is never.

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Posted in: Japan's alpine sightseeing route featuring snow walls opens See in context

Seems kind of boring. “Wow, look at that snow wall. Can we go see something else now?”

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Posted in: Amazon Japan raises Prime membership fee for first time in 11 years See in context

Don’t order enough to make the free delivery worth it. But apparently the Amazon review system has been corrupted, even the “verified purchase” should never be trusted.

Dont trust it

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Posted in: Ariana Grande, reigning teen pop idol with a defiant edge See in context

So, Taylor Swift is now classic rock/country? It must get confusing for these young kids to remember who their favorite music artist is.

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