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Posted in: To experience New Zealand’s rugged beauty, go by camper van See in context

And roundabouts - indicate left at the exit before you are exiting otherwise indicate as if it’s straight road. So much debate about what is correct but it really isn’t difficult and if people use them correctly they are incredibly efficient for traffic control.

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Posted in: To experience New Zealand’s rugged beauty, go by camper van See in context

Just my opinion, and it depends on your purpose, but best months for traveling NZ by road and having a relaxing time are from February through April. And if you’re using a camper van (or anything else, just them and cyclists seem to be the focus of a lot of road animosity) , please drive carefully. NZ drivers can be very impatient and very aggressive drivers.

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Posted in: Nissan denies reported plans to split with Renault See in context

"The alliance is the source of Nissan's competitiveness," 

Nissan is dead to me so whatever reasons they come up with for whatever happens now don’t matter.

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Posted in: Iran attacks U.S. forces in Iraq in retaliation for killing of commander See in context

Ali Shamkhani, secretary of Iran's Supreme National Security Council, said 13 "revenge scenarios" were being considered, Fars news agency reported. Even the weakest option would prove "a historic nightmare for the Americans", he said.

They’ve already got their historic nightmare.

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Posted in: Iran attacks U.S. forces in Iraq in retaliation for killing of commander See in context

It really doesn’t matter what anybody thinks of the deal. Fact is there was a deal, it was being adhered to, and America (under Trump) tore it up. It’s not because it was a bad deal, it’s because Trump thought he could do it better. Well, he can’t. Otherwise there would be a deal. Just like so many other things he’s done away with.

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Posted in: S Korean court rejects petition to repeal Japan sex slave deal See in context

Errr... are you quoting the ruling directly? Just wondering because what you’ve written is almost exactly what the article says.

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Posted in: Japan eases export controls against S Korea ahead of summit See in context

A single South Korean company having controls eased is not the same as South Korea having controls eased.

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Posted in: At campaign rally, embattled Trump condemns impeachment vote See in context

Yeah this was to be expected.

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Posted in: Divided U.S. House impeaches Trump for abuse of power See in context

If he’s not your president why are you celebrating like you did something?

Because he’s a disaster and the whole world knows it. Not my team but this is a good thing. I have no doubt that he’ll win the election too. But he’s still an impeached president. A big black smudge on American history. It’ll never wash off no matter the outcome of the election. He’ll hate that.

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Posted in: Divided U.S. House impeaches Trump for abuse of power See in context

Did you hear the news? trump Is still your president and still lives in the White House.

Still president yes. My president no. Hey congratulations for getting back to the Trump topic!!

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Posted in: Divided U.S. House impeaches Trump for abuse of power See in context

Then you should be happy about the impeachment.

It’s huge stain on Trump that’ll never wash off. They’ll never be happy about that.

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Posted in: Divided U.S. House impeaches Trump for abuse of power See in context

The president thinking he is above the law and acting in accordance with that belief whilst his party cheers him on is exactly what happens in dictatorships and third world countries.

You do know no one in Washington even believes that statement, no one, not even the socialist Democrats think that.

Which is really really scary and the reason that it's being allowed to happen.

“Impeach him! Strike him down and complete your wrath!” Yes, I feel the anger, the force is strong within these Democrats.

You do know the evil empire are actually the bad guys right?

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Posted in: Divided U.S. House impeaches Trump for abuse of power See in context

Pelosi calls Trump a “threat”

in the daytime but claims to pray for him at night.

What a bizarre lady.

What’s wrong with that? praying for a sick person is quite normal.

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Posted in: New Nissan boss vows to restore trust after Ghosn scandal See in context

I wish they’d all stop referring to it as the “Ghosn scandal”. Especially in regards to trustworthiness. “Executives scandal” would be a better name for it.

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Posted in: New Zealand launches criminal investigation into deadly volcanic eruption See in context

At this point in time there has not been a criminal inquiry launched. Worksafe NZ (health and safety) has launched an investigation and a previous announcement about a criminal investigation has been revised. I thought White Island has been off limits since a death there a couple of years back. Still so surprised that tourists were allowed on the island.

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Posted in: 5 dead, many more missing or injured after New Zealand volcano erupts See in context

Very risky place to visit. Very sad to hear about deaths though. Hope the fatalities are very limited.

More information.

https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/118058738/live-white-island-erupts

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Posted in: Actress Sawajiri indicted on drug possession charges See in context

Not saying anything just lets people continue to think that the war on drugs has been anything less than a complete and utter failure, and instead of making society better, has in fact harmed it.

Saying something constructive is much, much better. If you just say “you’re hopeless” to an addict do they go looking for help or straight back to what they were doing? Governments are ultimately only human as well and if they’re told the same then the same thing happens. True solutions require a lot more. They are failing but they need help.

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Posted in: Actress Sawajiri indicted on drug possession charges See in context

Unfortunately however, it's simply prolonging the failed war on drugs. Treating a health problem with the criminal justice system has never worked anywhere.

You’re not wrong, I just don’t think it’s helpful to criticize a government for trying to do something in the way it was criticized. There are very few countries where any effective solutions have been implemented but over time we are seeing more tackle the problem in different and hopefully more effective ways. It just appeared to be a very anti government comment for the sake of it.

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Posted in: Actress Sawajiri indicted on drug possession charges See in context

Govt. logic: We don't want you to ruin your life by using drugs which we deem bad for you, so we will arrest you and ruin your life to teach you a lesson.

Or just maybe it’s about trying to protect society overall?

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Posted in: U.S. says it will 'protect its interests' at climate conference See in context

And are much, much happier and have less stress

“Ignorance is bliss” as the saying goes.

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Posted in: U.S. says it will 'protect its interests' at climate conference See in context

Ok, but that doesn’t give the leadership and their governments a pass.

The point is they’re trying whether or not they are able to succeed.

What?

Pretending to be elite?

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Posted in: U.S. says it will 'protect its interests' at climate conference See in context

Then we do what we think is right and the other countries leadership should step up and do what they think is right for their countries and not rely on us.

They are doing what they think is right with or without America... hence my earlier comment. America. Never a leader.

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Posted in: U.S. says it will 'protect its interests' at climate conference See in context

Now all of a sudden America should stick its nose in foreign world affairs? Will you all make up your minds!

It directly concerns everyone on the planet... that includes America does it not?

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Posted in: U.S. says it will 'protect its interests' at climate conference See in context

Go talk to the world's biggest emitter of CO2, China.

America. Never a leader.

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Posted in: U.S. says it will 'protect its interests' at climate conference See in context

You’d think that when everything, yes everything we do is affected by the climate... that people might be a little more concerned about their effect on the climate in return.

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Posted in: China bans 'fake news' created with AI, bots See in context

China bans 'fake news' created with AI, bots

Because fake news from bots and Artificial intelligence is so much worse than that which the run of the mill government patsy writes?

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Posted in: N Korean media call Abe 'imbecile and political dwarf' See in context

They just want to be noticed.

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Posted in: K-pop singer sentenced to 6 years in jail for rape, sharing secret sex videos See in context

but to suggest this is limited to the K-pop industry or they are particularly worse is ludicrous.

Which is why he/she didn’t.

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Posted in: Robert Redford warns of 'dictator-like' Trump See in context

Not simple, let the investigators find out first.

Let investigators do their job? This is a new development. When did this happen?

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