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Posted in: Why do extremists drive Toyotas? asks U.S. See in context

Excellent news for Toyota! Their Hilux pickup trucks are just undestroyable. This is the best free advertising Toyota could ever have and the whole world is talking about it. Hilux with DShK heavy machine gun mounted on it were already operated by an Afghan private security company in 2010. So, nothing new here.

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Posted in: Assad must go, U.S. says, as Syrian war enters fifth year See in context

How do you call repeating the same mistake, expecting a different outcome?

Einstein said that "Making the same mistake over and over is a form of insanity".

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Posted in: Golden Globes spread love around, except to North Korea See in context

This Boyhood movie is very similar to the documentary 'Born in the USSR', directed by Sergei Miroshnichenko. So, it is nothing new really.

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Posted in: Abe, Cameron urge Russia to solve crisis in Ukraine See in context

Good progress there; they have finally realized what a great man Putin is. But why put sanctions on Russia and then ask them to sort out the mess in Ukraine? It is Ukraine's internal problem; they should sort it out themselves.

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Posted in: West, Russia lock horns on Ukraine at U.N. crisis talks See in context

I just can't get it. People who wanted their freedom from Russia on the Maidan were called freedom fighters. People who want their freedom from the West in Dontesk are called terrorists. Something is off here!

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Posted in: Japan confirms $1.5 billion aid offer to Ukraine See in context

@lucabrasi: You see, that makes the whole situation even worse since she needs to buy them from ??? North Korea???. We could just directly donate the money to North Korea then instead of making such detours.

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Posted in: Are you doing a lot of shopping before the sales tax goes up on April 1? See in context

Since nobody will buy anything after April 1st, we will see many sales. So, goods will become cheaper and my salary has gone up . Win-Win situation!

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Posted in: Japan confirms $1.5 billion aid offer to Ukraine See in context

Our tax money is well spent to support Timoschenko's plan to kill all remaining 8 million Russians with nuclear weapons. Have they all lost their minds? The only one thinking straight in the whole story here is Putin.

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Posted in: Japan to unveil Y100 bil in aid to Ukraine at G7 summit See in context

@Serhiy: Enjoy Gremlin TV then.

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Posted in: Japan to unveil Y100 bil in aid to Ukraine at G7 summit See in context

I always learnt that Neo-Nazis and fascists were bad. It was them we saw demonstrating on the Maidan and who would go on demonstrating in the middle of winter for 3 months on a square? Most people need to work to make a living and conditions are not that great in Ukraine.Yet those people could afford this vacation and even have money enough to pay for gasoline used in molotow cocktails. Does that even make sense? Would you do that unless you maybe got paid by some higher authority. But it turns out that the majority of our politicians think differently. So, it must be ok now to overthrow legally established governments nowadays, but referendums by people are illegal now. What message are they really sending out there? Klitchko, the next to be president of Ukraine, is being sponsored by the German Konrad Adenauer Stiftung and his party is partnered with the CDU. Doesn't that explain everything? The money donated by Japan should have gone to the people in temporary housing in Fukushima and never to Ukraine.

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Posted in: Abe threatens Moscow with more sanctions over Crimea See in context

That was a bit of a harsh move because friendly Putin sent his greetings yesterday to participants in the sixth Russia-Japan Investment Forum, which is taking place in Tokyo.

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Posted in: Japan to impose sanctions against Russia over Crimea See in context

Putin just did the speech of his life. The world hasn't seen a leader like him since Alexander the Great. The world needs someone like him; he should become the world's leader then we would live in a fair world. All the best to Mr Putin, be strong and show everyone who you are! I truly respect you! Look at the comments on the internet; the majority of the people worldwide support Putin.

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Posted in: Japan to impose sanctions against Russia over Crimea See in context

@tmarie - I think Japan gets gas from Russia too, so how will I cook dinner soon? To be democratic, there should be a referendum in Japan too whether we agree with putting sanctions on Russia or not. In the end, we normal citizens will have to pay the price.

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Posted in: 5 uninhabited Japanese islands you can buy right now See in context

Excellent! So if I were Russian and would buy it, would the island become Russian territory then?

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Posted in: Japan to impose sanctions against Russia over Crimea See in context

Japan should stay out of this, it has nothing to do with this problem. On Sunday, another referendum will take place in Venice to get independence from Italy and NATO. And Scotland will held its referendum on independence from the rest of the UK in September, and Catalonia, where around half the population say they want to break away from Spain. It looks like Japan has to make many more sanctions in the future.

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Posted in: Crimea moves to join Russia as West prepares sanctions See in context

Before putting sanctions on Russia, the EU should have a referendum about that if they want to be democratic. Many people would suffer from these sanctions, so it would only be fair to everyone to have a referendum. Letting a few politicians decide our fate is undemocratic. Let's fight for our rights!

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Posted in: Angry Koreans demand review of judges' scores in figure skating after Kim's silver finish See in context

Yes, this judgement was totally unfair. Please help to sign the petition for unfair judgements in sports. https://www.change.org/en-CA/petitions/international-skating-union-isu-open-investigation-into-judging-decisions-of-women-s-figure-skating-and-demand-rejudgement-at-the-sochi-olympics

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Posted in: Volcanic eruption creates new island south of Japan See in context

One of the most beautiful things I have ever seen.

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Posted in: Kennedy meets emperor in ceremonial pomp broadcast live on TV See in context

“I just was honored to present my credentials to his majesty"

As far as I know an emperor should be addressed 'His Imperial Majesty' in order to distinguish the status of an emperor from that of a king/queen, who are simply styled Majesty (HM) or Royal Majesty (HRM).

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Posted in: High-spec, water-resistant smartphone See in context

Oh, I will get that one tomorrow. I will finally be ale to watch YouTube whilst diving!

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Posted in: Why are European automakers more successful in the Japanese market than U.S. ones? See in context

European cars are prestiguous and if you want to be somebody in society, you'd better own a Benz.

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Posted in: U.S. warns of rising threat from al-Qaida in Iraq See in context

I agree with SimonB, Iran hasn't done anything at all. It is always painted as a dangerous country with presumably deadly weapons. But have we ever seen them? No. It reminds me of the weapons of mass destructions in Irak. Instead of everyone going against Iran, they should work with Iran, then all the problems would be solved.

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Posted in: Death toll from Egyptian violence rises to 638 See in context

They should just split the country in 2. I don't see how else they will ever overcome this problem.

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Posted in: M6.8 quake felt across New Zealand See in context

I hate earthquakes too...and this Ring of Fire expression is certainly a scary one, Elbuda. I hope that everyone is ok in Kiwiland.

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Posted in: EU threatens to suspend data-sharing with US over spy reports See in context

Threaten??? They should just do it, it would save millions of jobs in Europe.

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Posted in: Asiana plane crashes at San Francisco airport; 2 dead See in context

Lizz, Asiana has many foreign pilots because the can pay them lower wages. So, who was the pilot then? Anyway, it is good that it wasn't worse.

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Posted in: In film, audiences and talent shift from cinema to TV See in context

The movies have become so boring that I can't watch them any longer. It's a good thing that there are still good books out there.

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Posted in: M8 earthquake hits Russia's Far East See in context

I find it a bit hard to believe that they felt that earthquake in Moscow when I didn't even feel anything in Hokkaido which is a mere 300 km away. I had to look up JMA otherwise I wouldn't even have known that there was an earthquake. I saw the swaying buildings in Moscow on the Tube but couldn't it have been that this was an another earthquake?

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Posted in: Israel launches airstrike in Syrian capital See in context

So, in other words, the only one who was right about this was Putin again. They should have supported the dictator right from the beginning; he would have gotten rid of those religious fanatics. Now everything has escalated and it will only become worse.

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Posted in: Turkish Airlines See in context

Yes, Turkish Airline is amazing! The food is really the best even on domestic flights in Turkey. The staff is also really friendly. I love flying Turkish Airlines, they always make me feel like a queen.

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