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Posted in: Two Somali soccer fans executed, 30 arrested for watching World Cup See in context

Another fine example of the "Religion of Peace."

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Posted in: Blow hard See in context

Might be good for funneling beer! ;D I remember the plastic horn craze in the 80's in the USA. Every once in a while you will see and hear something like this at US high school football games. Incredibly annoying.

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Posted in: DiCaprio closes the shutters See in context

Shutter Island was a strange, weird, bizarre movie. Didn't mean it wasn't good, it was. It was just strange, weird, and bizarre.

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Posted in: Modest civil servant transforms into Miss Universe Japan 2010 See in context

Maiko Itai is truly cute, not in a supermodel way, but in a girl next door way. However, she could stand about 10 pounds on her hips. A little thin, but not dangerously so. A truly cute girl.

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Posted in: To meet the handsome prince, you must kiss a lot of frogs See in context

What is wrong with this picture? Pretty much everything. First, the princess in "Princess and the Frog" is supposed to be black. Not pale with blond hair (both totally wrong for a Japanese woman.) Second, the guy is a total dork. Third, two characters with darker skin would have been truer to the story.

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Posted in: Stuffed teenage girls arrested for trying to eat and run at restaurant See in context

Were they a starvened gang of nefarious crooks?

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Posted in: Japanese whaler, activist ship Bob Barker again collide off Antarctica See in context

Where is the Japanese SDF or the US Navy (under treaty obligation.) These are foreign nationals attacking Japanese nationals. Japan's navy has the right to defend her own people. The SS (funny the initials are the same as the stormtroopers of Nazi Germany) are no better than Somali pirates and Japan's government should treat them the same. This is a issue of Japan's rights as a sovereign state. The Sea (terror) Sheepheads do not have those same rights.

PS: See the tape, the Ady Gil sunk herself by cutting off the other ship.

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Posted in: Shampoodle See in context

Guys, that is not a growl, but a yawn. This poor creature is bored as all get out. :D

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Posted in: Baby girl taken from car while mother shops in Nagoya See in context

Is anybody going to question why the guy stole the baby. Seems to be the bigger crime here. Or are we all going to be indignant about the silly Mum? Must have been terrible for her.

Mea Culpa. You are right, why the dude took the baby is a far more important question. And the mum is silly.

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Posted in: Baby girl taken from car while mother shops in Nagoya See in context

In the US o'A if you left your baby like that, social services would drill ya a new one! However unthinking this mother is, at least the baby is ok. Could have been far more tragic.

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Posted in: Tens of thousands feared dead in Haiti quake See in context

Hate to say it, but once again, us sumbitch Americans are gonna be expected to take the brunt of the rescue-recovery efforts, and a fat stinking bill to match.

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Posted in: McCain rebuffs questions on Palin vetting process See in context

And McCain should rebuff the questions. Come on, Obama won the election, and the press never vetted him. Still won't.

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Posted in: Cowell says he's leaving 'American Idol' See in context

Is Simon a jerk? yeah. is Simon worth 36 million USD a year? Answer is yes, because some one will give it to him. Economic law rules again.

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Posted in: Mexico reports 69 drug-related murders in one day See in context

Everybody comments about either "drugs, the horror, the horror" or "legalize all of them and it will stop." Wrong answer, this is not a drug war at all, but a civil war. The drug lords are in the "people's war" of a sort. In the first stages of the war you simply shake out all of the weaklings, establish leadership, and get a experienced fighting cadre'.

In the case of Mexico, you would not need popular support to take over the failing government. Once the drug dictators control the countryside, they can use terror as a tool of "recruitment" aka conscription. Eventually, the professional solider class will side w/the drug lords to be on the winning side. Bada bing, bada boom, another junta type government south of the US border.

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