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Posted in: Japanese space probe lands on asteroid 300 million kilometers from Earth See in context


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Posted in: IS teen 'shocked' after UK revokes her citizenship See in context


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Posted in: Transgender woman hits bureaucratic brick wall in Japan See in context

First - I am confident most people don't care. Being gay, pan, trans etc etc - nobody cares, you live your life go for it... but

This person lived until 40 ish as a man. He found a woman - married her - had children - got permanent residence in a foreign country as a man etc. Now over the last year or few (unsure of time period) has decided to cause all of these difficulties for her/himself and their family... Just seems ... man I don't know - they just wanted attention in the media? Taking advantage of this generations 'struggle'?

Also - seems to be some smugness 'We've Broken the system'. .. good for you ma'am.

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Posted in: Trump says he's in no rush to see North Korea give up nuclear weapons program See in context

If anyone else had made these remarks - people would see this as pretty reasonable. Once again, I am not defending Trump Boi - but to rush and pressure Kim (who is irrational as is) seems like a poor strategy. Also, people criticize Trump for not fixing the NK problem - the same problem every other administration couldn't fix either.

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Posted in: Trump gains weight; now considered obese See in context

So just to confirm - laughing at fat acceptance movements and calling out those who body shame (specifically towards obese people) is not okay. Yet it's okay to continuously snicker and laugh at the physical appearance of America's president.

(Note: I am not defending trump. Humour at the expense of fat acceptance or any topic is great, funny jokes and comments will always be funny - It's just annoying to see double standards strive).

Also - mentioned above ... news worthy?

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Posted in: Japan's plan to pursue aircraft carrier raises question of necessity See in context

I don't know what the best play is for Japan, but I know a few Chinese people and boy some of them really haven't been able to leave Nanjing in the past.

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Posted in: N Korea says it won't denuclearize unless U.S. removes threat See in context

Supreme Leader of DPRK has been a nutter throughout all time - regardless of whatever bozo is pretending to run America. Bush tried some things, guess they didn't work. Obama tried some things, guess they didn't work. Trump tried some things, guess they didn't work.

I can't wait until left/right keyboard warrior fanatics present their bulletproof ideas for taming North Korea.

Whether you support Trump or not - everybody knew this deal was likely to fail. Not because it was a certain american president but rather because you're making a deal with Kim. Can't hate on anybody who was optimistic and hopeful for this to turn out for the best JUST because Trump was at the wheel.

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Posted in: Suspected jihadists kill 42 in Mali's nomadic Tuareg camps See in context

I guess if somebody can't blame or support Trump for an event, then nobody cares. Might as well take the article down /s .

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Posted in: Eiffel Tower, shops, to close as fears of French protest violence mount See in context

Crack out the tear gas, rubber bullets and riot gear.

This is the equivalent to those children you see throwing tantrums in a super market because they can't have something they want.

All sympathy and support for a cause is lost when a protest turns hostile.

Violent protests are commonplace in Africa countries (look to South Africa for example) and look at how that continent is doing! (spoiler: poorly)

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Posted in: Japan considers inviting Trump after new emperor's accession in May See in context

Listen, Trump love or hate aside. Can you imagine being a world leader and having to attend this. Monarchies are long gone. I already get bored sitting through graduation ceremonies each year. I feel sorry for anyone who has to sit through this event. It's the equivalent to those royal weddings - b o r i n g.

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Posted in: California bar shooter was ex-Marine; had mental health review See in context

I’m all for gun control, sure. That said, this guy had a pistol - not some kitted our automatic AR. As another user mentioned, many other countries allow you to carry or own at least a handgun, yet you don’t see shooting after shooting.

That said, just another ‘culling the herd’ day in America. See you all in the comments for the next shooting in about 2 weeks ?

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