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Posted in: N Korea warns of war if it is punished for S Korean ship sinking See in context

Besides, realistically speaking, Japan and South Korea haven't had a reason to hate each other for over 65 years.

What reason did Japan ever have to hate South Korea???????

Moderator: Back on topic please. The subject is the sinking of the South Korean warship and North Korea.

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Posted in: N Korea warns of war if it is punished for S Korean ship sinking See in context

South Korea is dominating Japan ecconomicly with TV, Electronics, cell phones, Cars, Shipbuilding, Photovoltaic solar cells, and movies, to name a few industries. These businesses would dry up and die if North and South Korea engage in war, much to the benefit of Japan. Lee is a fool.

Moderator: Back on topic please.

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Posted in: Doubling U.S. exports: Can it be done? See in context

i didn't know america made anything to export. besides corn that is ;-)

The guts of your computer plus the software is American, dude.

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Posted in: Google, Sony, Intel link up in web TV development See in context

www.icefilms.info

Your dream come true.

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Posted in: N Korea warns of war if it is punished for S Korean ship sinking See in context

Japan would love for South Korea to be crippled by a war with the North.

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Posted in: N Korea warns of war if it is punished for S Korean ship sinking See in context

South Korea's Lee threatened preemptive strikes on North Korea 6 months ago, this is what happens when you talk the talk but don't walk the walk. Lee is one stupid dude.

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Posted in: Dear Angry Western Guy See in context

papasmurfinjapan

Shame on that barbarian. Us men should all endeavor to do it the Japanese way - put on a poker face in public because we are too spineless to let people know that all is not hunky dory in our lives, then shout and beat our wives/kids in the privacy of our own home where no-one will ever know.

Or even worse bury your head in your work and stay out drinking till you pass out? Never spending any time with your family.

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Posted in: Eurozone nations defend currency union See in context

It works for the USA because China and Japan must keep on buying.

It wont work for Europe because the Euro is not backed by anything but printed paper money and empty promises.

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Posted in: LA approves Arizona boycott over immigration law See in context

It's ironic that LA, a city that pays for stuff with IOU's, and has no money for city services, thinks that Arizona would care about what they think. LA has no money precisely because of the illegal immigration problem and the myriad of problems it creates. Arizona, on the other hand, has 5000 people a month moving in to live from over in LA.

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Posted in: Police recapture escaped peacock See in context

The peacock has now confessed to several additional, and heinous, crimes.

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Posted in: Japan, China play Nanjing numbers game that both will lose See in context

guarantee you will not repeat this and promise you will not tolerate right wing idiots that deny the facts. Do this and gain respect like Germany, simple.

YUP, do all of the above and build a major memorial, let the good times roll.

But, you do gotta love how the author found a way to somehow attempt to blame America.

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Posted in: Japan, China play Nanjing numbers game that both will lose See in context

At the end of the day there were around 20 million Chinese dead at the hands of Japanese.

That is exactly the kind of numbers that should be discussed and acknowledged by Japan. 20,000,000. Twenty million Chinese souls. Various issues?? It put's the whole 20,000-200,000 argument into perspective.

Both officers supposedly surpassed their goal during the heat of battle, making it impossible to determine which officer had actually won the contest. Therefore (according to the journalists Asami Kazuo and Suzuki Jiro, writing in the Tokyo Nichi-Nichi Shimbun of December 13), they decided to begin another contest, with the aim being 150 kills.[6] The Nichi Nichi headline of the story of December 13 read "'Incredible Record' [in the Contest to] Behead 100 People—Mukai 106 – 105 Noda—Both 2nd Lieutenants Go Into Extra Innings".

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Posted in: Investigators try to unravel Times Square bomb plot See in context

America needs a real president to steep up invade Pakistan and remove their nuclear capabilities. Terrorist Islamic people do not have the right to posses nukes. This fool will never see the light of day, or dream a peaceful dream while sleeping ever again for the remainder of his pitiful life.hahahaha.

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Posted in: Furor grows over Arizona's new immigration law See in context

You don't need an ID to flip the bird. It's not illegal.

True, but, expect to be detained and possibly probed for information and, or, weapons.

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Posted in: Furor grows over Arizona's new immigration law See in context

I see you're coming around on this one.

That's because we are going in circles.

No ID = possible detention = can be detained 4 no ID.

If you have ID, you can flip the cop the bird, right in his face. Its your Constitutional Right.

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Posted in: Furor grows over Arizona's new immigration law See in context

So, every block or so, I have to show an ID, or my Filipino (naturalized American wife) too? Stupid.

Showing your wife to the police would not satisfy the police requirements for ID, NO.

I guess, if you, or, your wife is shady enough looking, and committing crimes... Then yes, I would hope that the police would question you.

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Posted in: After immigration law, Arizona faces boycot calls See in context

The illegal defenders are trying to twist this law into something that it's not. People will not be stopped for looking Mexican, but, only asked to verify their identity if, and only if, they are stopped, or ticketed, or questioned, by the police in relation to a crime or violation. Americans support this law. Troublemakers from other country's do not.

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Posted in: Anti-base ad See in context

Mere LABOUR DAY ad,

Memorial Day, is celebrated out of respect for the brave American men and women who have sacrificed their lives at times of war. Don't get it twisted.

Many died defending Europe and Asian countries from brutal and blood thirsty oppressors. An undeniably proud American tradition.

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Posted in: Steve Jobs attacks Adobe Flash as unfit for iPhone See in context

Job's and Apple want to dominate and control the interapple. Why not let individual consumers decide on their own if flash products are using up too much battery life on their iPhones?

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Posted in: After immigration law, Arizona faces boycot calls See in context

Boycotts, from illegal aliens, are welcome news to many. With an average of 15000 legal people a month moving to Arizona, the loss of 15000 illegals a month wont really matter as they mostly contribute to the underground economy anyway.

There's a new Sheriff in town!!

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Posted in: Furor grows over Arizona's new immigration law See in context

Legally issued ID cards are proof of identity. If you don't carry your ID you risk being detained by the police until you, or they, can make positive identification. Therefore, it follows that without ID, you can be detained for not having ID, even if the original cause for the police to interact with you was proven incorrect. Welcome to the real world."

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Posted in: Furor grows over Arizona's new immigration law See in context

American law of the land is simple: Carry ID, or you can be detained in jail, until an positive identification of you is made by the police. End of story.

Wrong again. And then this:

Without ID, you can be detained, it's simply the law of the land.

I'm it must be frustrating having your facts wrong but your personal attacks are just childish.

Classic Freudian slip.

Funny, you started it, but now claim to take the high road, too bad it's a slippery slope.

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Posted in: Furor grows over Arizona's new immigration law See in context

SiouxChef-

A cop can find a reason to detain anyone at anytime,Police may briefly detain a person if they have reasonable suspicion that the person has committed, is committing, or is about to commit a crime. Use your common sense. I stand by my words if you don't have ID you can be detained until you are positively identified.

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Posted in: Furor grows over Arizona's new immigration law See in context

Police may briefly detain a person if they have reasonable suspicion that the person has committed, is committing, or is about to commit a crime. Many state laws explicitly grant this authority; in Terry v. Ohio, the U.S. Supreme Court established it in all jurisdictions, regardless of explicit mention in state or local laws. Police may conduct a limited search for weapons (known as a “frisk”) if they reasonably suspect that the person to be detained may be armed and dangerous.

Police may question a person detained in a Terry stop, but in general, the detainee is not required to answer.[9] However, many states have “stop and identify” laws that explicitly require a person detained under the conditions of Terry to identify himself to a police officer, and in some cases, provide additional information.

chef, your burned, stick to boiling water and leave the thinking to your bosses....

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Posted in: How safe do you think Japanese society is, compared to other countries? See in context

Very good question! It's a paradox...

Japan is a very safe place to live in. The people are intelligent, gentle, and kind.

However,

Japan is also a very depressed overworked society and many people are popping anti-anxiety drugs like they were breath mints.

Plus there is the undercurrent of the Yaks and the entrenched bureaucracy.

If people would stop bullying one another, and double the minimum wages and this would be paradise.

All in all Japan seams to be moving in the right direction, with it's juries and citizen inquest panels.

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Posted in: Furor grows over Arizona's new immigration law See in context

The American law of the land is simple:

Carry ID, or you can be detained in jail, until an positive identification of you is made by the police. End of story.

If you need to use a lie to defend your "truth" then you are WRONG. It's simple...

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Posted in: Furor grows over Arizona's new immigration law See in context

What if this U.S. citizen that is of Mexican ancestory does not have ID card? Take him to Jail?

Yup! Same as they would any American without an ID card, as it is against the law of the land.

Molenir, You are exactly right. The issue is not about race.

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Posted in: China's influence at World Bank grows See in context

China is not exactly known for its humanitarianism

she doesn't do humanitarianism. She does business.

She does business with who exactly?

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Posted in: Israel rejects U.S. calls for east Jerusalem freeze See in context

You cannot even begin to grasp what Americans think. The USA loves Israel. It's Biblical with US.

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Posted in: Israel rejects U.S. calls for east Jerusalem freeze See in context

The Israelis have lost any moral high ground they may have had in the past ue to their disregard for non Jewish life.

Islamic terrorists and suicide bombers are fenced in, and penned up like animals, and then they kill each other. Other countries should take Israels example of how to deal with these blood thirsty subhumans and erect fences around those thugs too. The Pals dont want anything but death and trouble. Egypt is a good example of a country that respects peace. Gaza is a bad example of peace, but, a good example of what the Pals intentions are.

America will always support Israel in war and peace, we are happy to send them bullets, guns, and money, and bricks.

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