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Posted in: Biden, Trump rallies show sharp contrast amid as coronavirus surges again See in context

It seems more Trump supporters showed up to the Biden drive-in rally than Biden supporters.

Here we go again folks. Grab the popcorn as the Dem/MSM machine repeats Biden is “up in the polls”. Soon it will be time to cry. Maybe you hate Trump, but when he wins, you won’t see any warmongering. The Dems are now the corporate warmongers. How does THAT sit with ya’ll?

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Posted in: Japanese restaurant chain starts new policy: Letting you take your leftovers home with you See in context

About time. Maybe not for Royal Host, but pasta restaurants and pizza yeah.

On the other hand, when my family would go to a steak house in the States my brother would order the largest steak on the menu and take half of it home. It would tick me off cuz I’m still slowly enjoying my NY Strip and he and his wife are finished, with takeout boxes sitting in front of them.

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Posted in: New Bruce Springsteen album summons ghosts past and future See in context

The longtime Democrat has voiced support for Joe Biden and has emphasized the centrist needs to win the presidency not least to restore "the power of the American idea."

wow! Didn’t know Springsteen was such a war lover. Cuz that’s what you’re all gonna get if Biden and Company wins.

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Posted in: Trump and Biden clash on pandemic, trade personal jabs at final debate See in context

Never thought I’d see the day with Dems here supporting a warmonger. I guess their so called high ideals and progressive feelings take a back seat to their pride. Who does that sound like? So we’re all Trump deep inside I guess. LOL

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Posted in: Japanese KitKats are shrinking; Nestlé says previous size may have been too large for customers See in context

 Not only the bad economy but the shrinking number of consumers makes marketing go this way.

more like acquisitions, acquisitions, acquisitions.

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Posted in: Japanese KitKats are shrinking; Nestlé says previous size may have been too large for customers See in context

Not just KitKats. A long list of products. Pizza Hut just revamped their products and the famous pan pizza is gone. They use a hand tossed type for the pan, and sell a thin crust for the hand tossed. A lot of products are getting cheaper and smaller.

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Posted in: Begin your day with these 5 simple and delicious Japanese breakfasts See in context

I tried miso soup once, that was 17 years ago.

The nice thing about American bacon is you can fry your eggs in it, and then save some for another day and cook your sliced taters with it. And that’s only 1st breakfast, 2nd breakfast is not so healthy.

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Posted in: Trump sets hectic campaign pace as his party frets See in context

Notice how the only ones blaming China for the virus are those whose countries entirely fouled up their Covid response leading to the deaths of hundreds of thousands of their citizens? 

Notice how the ones blaming Trump for the virus are those Dem leaders who entirely fouled up their Covid response leading to the deaths of thousands of their citizens.

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Posted in: Trump sets hectic campaign pace as his party frets See in context

Did you hear this song both times that Obama won?

Rather silly comment seeing how the song was never anti or negative, unlike with Trump where it’s always anti or negative. And also a no brainer running against McCain and Romney, both establishment Reps, who I would never vote for.

I voted for Obama in the 1st one. Do you always have such black-n-white perspectives?

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Posted in: Trump sets hectic campaign pace as his party frets See in context

as he seeks to avert a potentially humiliating defeat at the ballot box in only 17 days.

I’ve heard this song before. Those poor folks on the left will be singing the blues again, especially after the same ole fake build up. In the words of the late great Fred Willard, they’ll be screaming.....

Wha’ Happen??!

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Posted in: Hunter Biden email episode illustrates risk to Trump from Giuliani See in context

LOL

Well that was expected. Any story that puts the Dems in a bad light...”It MUST be the Russians!”

so pathetic. And I imagine the drones will eat it up. Did the Russians plant a used laptop at a computer store too, which, by the way, was subpoenaed by FBI agent Joshua Wilson, who is also the top guy who investigates pedophiles? A pic of the subpoena is on the net so there’s no conspiracy theory or fake news in this one.

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Posted in: New Zealand to vote on legalizing marijuana and euthanasia See in context

New Zealand to vote on legalizing marijuana and euthanasia

The vote will be announced at the grand opening celebration of the new Soylent factory.

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Posted in: What's fake, what's not See in context

Ha! Even the real Gucci from Italy was probably made by the Chinese using illegal immigrant labor.

https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2018/04/16/the-chinese-workers-who-assemble-designer-bags-in-tuscany

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Posted in: Gal Gadot 'whitewashing' row sparks Cleopatra history debate See in context

I wonder what it must feel like to be so dumb to react to such frivolous crap?

Ill give it a try....

”There’s no way this lady could play Cleopatra, she’s way way too tall!”

meh

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Posted in: Trump's U.S. Supreme Court pick says she has no agenda on Obamacare, abortion See in context

Typical non-answers we get from every nominee from either party. 

"I am not here on a mission to destroy the Affordable Care Act," Barrett said. "I'm just here to apply the law and adhere to the rule of law."

If this is somehow unclear to you, then I recommend some “intellectual” exercises. Your reaction is a common occurrence these days when the “new” MSM needs to always express their “feelings” when they’re not supposed to. That’s not the journalism and thats not the law.

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Posted in: New Zealand expecting 47,000 crowd for second Wallabies test See in context

If one doesn’t know that Wallabies is a rugby team, that is one entertaining headline.

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Posted in: China's imports, exports surge as global economy reopens See in context

I wanted to “export” some tuna cans to the folks in the US yesterday, but EMS are not accepting packages. Unbelievable. Had to send it by ship. Meanwhile I’m still getting allot of my remodeling materials sent to me from the States.

What’s up with that?

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Posted in: Man loses 200 times at crane game, calls police to investigate; staff member loses 300 times too See in context

A crane game? Well that’s kind of expected.

I think the pizza places I order from get antsy cuz I want my toppings, especially the pepperoni, on top of the cheese, just like show on their commercials.

“That’s just a scam.”

You can say that again.

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Posted in: JOC to protect female athletes targeted by exploitative photos See in context

Wow this piece was all over the place, aside from being hogwash.

The Japanese Olympic Committee will move to protect female athletes from having nonconsensual photographs of a sexual nature snapped while they compete

Some folks have lost all common sense.

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Posted in: Barrett may be open to reversing Roe v. Wade See in context

But she has clearly left the door open to that possibility.

GATCHA!

Nice work MICHAEL TARM you’ve passed the JR. High School test of modern Journa, wait, modern propaganda.

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Posted in: Japanese musician beaten up in New York for being 'Chinese' See in context

Trump's America, sorry but it's the truth !!..

more like welcome to deBlasio’s New York or Gov. Cuomo’s no-bail New York.

So Rick Moranis getting sucker punched at 7:30 am in front of his apartment last week is Trumps fault to? There’s video if your interested, definitely not a Trump supporter. In your conspiracy theory mind, I suppose John Lennon will be included soon.

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Posted in: Facebook, Twitter dismantle global array of disinformation networks See in context

Hmmmmm.....I wonder if CNNFOXBBCMSNBC will be included?

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Posted in: Guitar rock legend Eddie Van Halen dies of cancer at 65 See in context

Karumazaka, the chic rock label didn’t start until after 1984 peaking with Hagar coming in. “Why can’t this be love”? PAleeeease.

Fair Warning was good, but not better than I or II.

@Gango bong, to be fair, AC/DC should not be considered a metal band, just too many blues roots in High Voltage. Maybe after a Bon Scott, but who wants to listen to an over sized Mosquito screaming in their ear?

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Posted in: QAnon conspiracies go global in pandemic 'perfect storm' See in context

Conspiracy theories are ignorant people’s way to feel smart. Conservatives have a lower rate of education than liberals.

I agree. The whole Russian collusion conspiracy taking the cake recently.

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Posted in: Guitar rock legend Eddie Van Halen dies of cancer at 65 See in context

I can spin VH I & II anytime. When they came out back in 77 it just blew the rock fans minds. By 81, it was over. 1984 and the addition of Hagar, well we just called it “chic rock” instead of “jock rock” by then.

Atomic Punk and Beat it-thanks for the sounds Eddie!

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Posted in: Around the world, freedom is in retreat and tyranny is on the rise under cover of COVID-19. Do you agree? See in context

No!

For the US, middle class incomes have been declining for a long time. I hope the ANTIFA and BLM folks wake up one day and realize that central banking is the real enemy. When they can barrow at 0%, but families have to use credit cards at 17%, that is not freedom, it’s......?

For social democracies, developing nations and just down right corrupt nations, any and every crises will trigger more control.

“But why did you bite me?”

“You knew I was a snake”

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Posted in: Trump booed as he pays respects at court to Ginsburg See in context

Trump booed as he pays respects at court to Ginsburg

Of course he was booed. These ANTIFA, BLM protestors know they’ll never amount to anything in life besides being total losers and criminals. Of course they don’t have the intelligence or upbringing to show respect where respect is due. Ginsberg was a highly intelligent and driven person. All her accomplishments where wiped aside because of some dum&ass@s.

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Posted in: Do you think China made the coronavirus and released it either deliberately or by accident or it wasn't manmade? See in context

Also, about li-meng Yan, it’s impossible to give credibility to any information from the “Rule of Law Society, founded by Steve Bannon and Guo Wengui”

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Posted in: Do you think China made the coronavirus and released it either deliberately or by accident or it wasn't manmade? See in context

I don’t know if China manufactured and released this on its own people as a cover to spread it to other nations. But it is a fact that Chinas sociopathic leadership elites have never had a problem wiping out millions of there own.

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