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Posted in: McDonald’s Japan’s two new Holiday McFlurry flavors are their 'best ever' See in context

highest level (of excellence)

Hilarious

excellence would have been pralines, not pretzels. Strange since good pretzels from the US are no where to easily found. German pretzels….yuck

Wont try them anyway

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Posted in: Science confirms: To light up the dance floor, turn up the bass See in context

"By making music together, that allows us to feel better together as a group, and then we function better as a group, and we can be more efficient, and we can have more peace."

Yeah, until some idiots install bass speakers in their cars and drive around disturbing the "peace".

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Posted in: Democrats keep Senate majority as GOP push falters in Nevada See in context

Already informed you many times, including yesterday, I am not leftwing or rightwing. It is my posted opinion

emmm yeah, if you don’t follow the NEW left corporate war narrative you are a right wing racist conspiracy theorist.

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Posted in: Democrats keep Senate majority as GOP push falters in Nevada See in context

The cost of these elections is $15 billion. OMG!

Yep! And my post the other day

In other words, Control of Congress in the balance between the rich and the rich

still got downvoted by half of us. I guess those are the rich half. LOL

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Posted in: Democrats keep Senate majority as GOP push falters in Nevada See in context

A ‘brutal’ red wave was predicted incessantly by our most prominent conservative posters

The fact that you listened / reacted to it doesn’t say much.

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Posted in: Democrats keep Senate majority as GOP push falters in Nevada See in context

“The Red Wave is coming!”

Regurgitating what corporate FOX news says is not very intelligent.

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Posted in: Planet Earth: 8 billion humans and dwindling resources See in context

I'm not buying this UN load of sour grapes. This is what the lowest common denominator sounds like.

Let's take this Amélie BOTTOLLIER-DEPOIS beauty by the AFP writer:

"If everyone on the planet lived like a citizen of India, we would only need the capacity of 0.8 Earths a year, according to the Global Footprint Network and WWF. "

Yeah right, India, that has on average 3 to 4 kids per family. Great if you're on a farm, terrible if you're living in in overcrowded squalor already.

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Posted in: Japanese music stars form band 'to make the world rock' See in context

Japanese music stars form band 'to make the world rock'

No need to form a new band, just put The Yellow Monkey on a world tour. Far far better "rock" band than the these pop and metal bands.

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Posted in: Skywatchers in Japan treated to rare lunar eclipse that blocks Uranus See in context

Finished a month long stretch of watching The Expanse. Started it a few years ago but never got to season 3 cuz I dropped Prime. The story is a very good guess at our expansion into the solar system and human nature. The Mars colony goes all Sparta and declares independence, while the folks living in the Asteroid belt “belters” they call themselves or “skinny’s” the slur used to call them, are basically slaves to the inner solar system “inners” and resort to pirating and terrorism. It’s too bad they went cheap on the writing in Seasons 4-6, Season 5 and 6 was half unwatchable due to BS talking and required a lot of fast-forwarding.

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Posted in: Skywatchers in Japan treated to rare lunar eclipse that blocks Uranus See in context

I noticed this Tuesday night. Of course, out in the country now for the last 3 months, I'm always looking up at the night sky. Saw a shooting star last week. Planets are easily spotted. Makes me wonder what the average folk wondered for the last 20,000 years before "we knew". We've come so far with the scientific revolution and yet we still love hating and killing each other. What was it Viggo Mortensen said in "The Prophecy" (1995) playing Lucifer: "Humans... and how I love you talking monkeys for this... know more about war and treachery of the spirit than any angel".

Great flick. Walken is classic as well as Gabriel.

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Posted in: Republicans in struggle to break Democrats' hold on Congress See in context

Control of Congress in the balance in competitive midterm races

In other words, Control of Congress in the balance between the rich and the rich.

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Posted in: Music inspires powerful emotions on screen, just like in real life See in context

The next time you’re watching a movie, or even a favorite TV show, pay attention to the way a scene makes you feel – and then listen for its music.

Until it’s used too much. Ron “crescendo happy” Howard goes way too far. And too many movies these days use it as a filler or selling an album. If I hear more than three different pop/rap/whatever bad songs in the first 5 minutes it’s gone.

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Posted in: U.S. plans to deploy nuclear-capable B-52 bombers to Australia's north: report See in context

Not so much losing a capability as a recognition that a B-52 is never going to get close enough to a target in any kind of contested airspace to successfully drop a gravity bomb. It is however a very capable cruise missile launch platform with an hourly cost less than the B-1 or B-2, and actually only very slightly more expensive to fly per hour than an F-22 (which is why the F-22 program was cancelled at 180 aircraft). Those AGM-86s have a range supposedly in excess of 2400 kilometers if open sources are to be believed. A BUFF can remain well outside Chinese or Russian air defenses and launch waves of these or other stealthy cruise missiles like JASSM-ER and JASSM-XR at targets inside Russia or China.

Where does your knowledge of B-52's and F-22's come from?

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Posted in: Russia orders wider evacuation of occupied southern Ukraine See in context

Ukraine had been bombing and attacking their own citizens since 2014, Russia had to do something. It's only logical. The UK's Johnson traveled to Ukraine to tell Zelensky to "keep fighting". Just a war pig escalation at this point.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K3b6SGoN6dA

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Posted in: Japan to ask for electricity saving from Dec 1 to end of March to avoid power crunch See in context

 which is essentially a decorated shed

That was funny.

I imported 13R and 19R pink insulation from the US. I don't understand the government/corporate Brown bag policies here on home construction. It's like they want things to fail to keep a work force, which is not a bad idea in the long run, but sure gives us western folks a lot to complain about.

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Posted in: Japan to ask for electricity saving from Dec 1 to end of March to avoid power crunch See in context

So glad I bought a wood stove

Been searching for months for a cheap one I can restore. Unfortunately, they're not abundant, so most are asking more than half price for a rusty used one.

As far as the government/corporation request, we will always be slipping closer and closer to poverty class as long as the we(NATO)st can't get along.

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Posted in: U.S. plans to deploy nuclear-capable B-52 bombers to Australia's north: report See in context

but clean up the mess that Trump created

No mess to clean up internationally. Domestically though lots of citizens still caught in the MSM matrix

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Posted in: Ukraine soccer body asks FIFA to remove Iran from World Cup See in context

Rightly so, the world cup should be for decent countries that respect human rights and don't make wars on innocent nations or murder its own people.

You do realize that Ukraine had been murdering their own citizens since 2014 right?

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Posted in: U.S. plans to deploy nuclear-capable B-52 bombers to Australia's north: report See in context

When you have the most heavily armed (by far) country surrounding your country with weapons and military bases. And that country has a long history of making up excuses to attack and destroy other countries, how do you expect China to react?

And your description of the US is a biased incorrect anti US comment not based on truth.

Someone doesn’t take war seriously. Is defending the MIC your job?

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Posted in: Kaki: The miracle Japanese persimmon See in context

We’re too busy finishing up our remodeling to take care of ours properly but every time my neighbor stops by he pulls a few down and starts eating them without peeling. Can’t wait till next season when I can properly harvest them.

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Posted in: TV study: White men favored as big-budget series creators See in context

I remember when MTV was created and you couldn't find a black or Hispanic person.

This is rather comical. If you remember then you should also remember that hardly no one had cable TV back then and that’s the only way you could watch it. We had to go to the local community college just to see the new show.

Anyway, why would a brand new business trying to stay alive market to an audience that can’t watch it?

Also, only rich/successful bands were making videos back then, including Michael Jackson.

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Posted in: Itsukushima Shrine walkabout See in context

@Stephen Chin

I’d like to apologize for the downvotes from other posters on here. The groupthink on here is so thick, and your questions were valid for someone who doesn’t know. At least Trevor took the time to explain. I’ve been there a couple of times it’s just not my thing, I prefer the mountains and rivers kind of stuff.

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Posted in: NFL star Tom Brady, Gisele Bündchen announce divorce after 13 years See in context

Crossing my fingers we don’t get reality shows in 10 years from the spoiled and now broken-family kids. Kind of puts a whole new spin on The Brady Bunch.

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Posted in: Man convicted of killing 6 with SUV in Wisconsin Christmas parade See in context

Perhaps you should familiarize yourself with the Sovereign Citizens movement...

Perhaps you should stop copy and pasting the daily diversion tactics you read on other sites.

This guy only started claiming Sovereign Citizens on Sept 27, 2022, AND as a defense tactic, not a member. So he's been a Sovereign Citizen for a whole, wait, not even a month. Very silly diversion comment.

However, there is a LOT of evidence that this guy belonged to or supported the ant-white and anti-jewish The Five Percent Nation, "otherwise known as the Nation of Gods and Earths (NGE or NOGE), a sub-sect of Nation of Islam (NOI)"

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Posted in: Why so many people have moved to Florida – and into harm's way See in context

One part of this is called "The Villages" north of Orlando. I spent my first week there back in 2004 with my Snowbird retired folks. It's so cool. Many many small city centers right out of small-town USA with bars, shops, and restaurants, bowling alleys, dance halls, movie theaters, hospitals, clinics, churches, live music and dance shows in the square, something for everyone. All open to the public as well, just not the residential areas. Go anywhere on a golf cart. The place is growing and growing. Oh and did I mention golf, golf, and more golf?

It's a great place if you can afford it. My folks spent 20 there after retirement, 2 different houses, sold both for a profit, now back up north for their final days.

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Posted in: U.S. Democrat lawmakers withdraw Ukraine letter after blowback See in context

The Democrats in the US are in total public warmonger mode. If a Rep is in office then they just hide it. Biden & Co. need to bearrested and escorted to GITMO.

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Posted in: Japan reports 47,706 new coronavirus cases See in context

New study investigating cutting sites on the Covid DNA speculate it was bio-engineed.

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Posted in: Who's the most electable candidate? The one you like See in context

For the US, Tulsi Gabbard.

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Posted in: Boris Johnson eyes comeback as UK leader See in context

I think the UK government needs to impose a Tea tax. Seeing how it worked so well the last time, maybe the Brits will rise up and sweep these crime gangs in suits out. After all the privatizing in the UK and my country the US, the logical next step is breaking up the large corporations that dominate and feed their elected stooges. #1 on the list should be the central bankers. They feed on growth through turmoil low wages and war. Larger metropolises are not the answer for the climate change crowd IMO. Back to basics. 1st world nations don’t need much growth but the do need good paying manufacturing middle class jobs.

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Posted in: Hillary Clinton in Japan See in context

She should be arrested for war crimes. Libya was a smaller version of Bush's Iraq lie, but Hillary still lied to start Resolution 1973 which led to mass murders and death in Libya

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