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Posted in: Johnny Depp as Tonto generates mixed feelings among Native Americans See in context

"Native Americans" prefer to be called American Indians. EVERYONE born in the US is a Native American. To call American Indians "Native Americans" is an attempt to erase them from history.

I have American Indian blood, I've taken classes at university about American Indian culture, history and literature and educated myself further about those subjects. Furthermore, I had friends that were American Indians when I lived in Oregon.

Americans from India are called Indian Americans, BTW.

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Posted in: 4 Kanagawa cops admit sexually harassing female officer See in context

Lawsuit? Hello ! Lawsuit anyone?? Lawsuit? Hello? Lawsuit??? They admit sexual harassment. Lawsuit? Easy lawsuit? Hello????

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Posted in: Gun culture thrives in U.S. despite cinema massacre See in context

The strongest reason for the people to retain the right to keep and bear arms is, as a last resort, to protect themselves against tyranny in government.

– Thomas Jefferson

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Posted in: Fund for Batman shooting victims hits $2 mil; gun sales soar in Colorado See in context

Gun sales soar in Colorado

Awesome.

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Posted in: Colorado shooting suspect makes bizarre first appearance in court See in context

Our challenge is not the laws, our challenge is people who, obviously, are distracted from reality....

People distracted from reality... That's about 95% of people in 1st World countries.

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Posted in: New hirees quitting in droves See in context

Employers know that Japanese universities are a JOKE these days (gone downhill since the 70s). "I graduated from Todai." "That's nice. Now make me a cup of coffee."

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Posted in: What to do if someone on the street goes berserk See in context

I say, so what if the attacker is likely to chase you if you run? 1) a running target is more difficult to hit. 2) your back is less vulnerable to life-threatening damage than your belly, front of your neck, face etc. 3) The attacker's adrenaline is used up hoofing it rather than slashing at you.

If you are fat, in a wheel chair or just can't seem to haul ass... and you are alone... well, good luck.

Think of primitive societies. What advantage do they have over us softy "civilized" folks? 1) they are habitually aware (watch out for that snake, tiger etc) 2) they can leave predators in the dust because they stay fit (tiger meets human, human splits before the tiger realizes the human could've been lunch)

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Posted in: What to do if someone on the street goes berserk See in context

Just yell at the top of your lungs and do the "windmill" attack.

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Posted in: What to do if someone on the street goes berserk See in context

I notice recently here in Tokyo, a surprising number of people are totally focused on their hand-held devices while walking or even biking. People walk strait at me oblivious to our collision course. I move out of the way, or they look up at the last moment. I've not collided yet fortunately.

Also, this is not only young people. Many middle aged and retired people are equally zoned out.

My experience exactly, thywillbedone

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Posted in: What to do if someone on the street goes berserk See in context

Seems Japanese are good at noticing what conforms (the general environment vs the invader) and Americans are good at noticing what doesn't conform (the invader vs the general environment).

Six of one, half dozen of the other. In other words, a moot point.

Thoughts about cultural differences will not help you in a fight, timtak.

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Posted in: What to do if someone on the street goes berserk See in context

timtak

North Americans who tend to concentrate upon and remember only central focal objects, whereas Japanese pay more attention to background, contextual features of their environment.

If the "central focal object" is a knife-wielding maniac I would rather concentrate on that instead of the background.

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Posted in: What to do if someone on the street goes berserk See in context

My Thai Boxing instructor said your best defense is your feet. Just run away. But if you have to stay and defend your high-maintenance, high-heel wearing fragile feminine companion that's another story. ............. Nah, same story. Just run and leave the dumbiotch.

Seriously, the best preventative measure is BE AWARE. I never look at my cell or listen to my mp3 while walking. I observe what's going on around me. Seems common sense.

Smartphone addicts are sheep going to the slaughter.

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Posted in: Osaka Mayor Hashimoto: 'You have no fundamental human rights' See in context

Hashimoto is a civil servant, too, SO he has no fundamental human rights. Let's torture him.

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Posted in: Popeye is right: spinach makes you stronger, study shows See in context

So does spinach also make one of your eyes close, give you a strange voice and make you talk and laugh to yourself all the time??

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Posted in: Popeye is right: spinach makes you stronger, study shows See in context

Popeye's forearms bulge from swabbing the deck too much. No, that is not a naughty euphemism for some other action. His forearms bulge from moving a mop back and forth repeatedly for a long time. True story.

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Posted in: Osaka Mayor Hashimoto: 'You have no fundamental human rights' See in context

Asia in general is not famous for being a place that fosters human rights. One exception is Gandhi in India and that's probably because he was educated outside Asia.

And, yes, Japan IS part of Asia.

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Posted in: Tens of thousands protest Japan nuclear restart See in context

Michelin Guides should give businesses an "energy conservation rating" showing how much energy they are conserving based on current vs previous energy consumption. Then people can choose to frequent businesses that don't waste energy.

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Posted in: Tens of thousands protest Japan nuclear restart See in context

@ Venlo

Are those readings "counts per minute"?

www.planetinfowars.com "INFOWARS JAPAN" group

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Posted in: Seismologists warn gov't against restarting nuclear reactors See in context

TEPCO/KEPCO shareholders can just go jump into the Sea of Japan.

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Posted in: S Korea, Japan to sign first military pact See in context

The US uses North Korea to scare Japan into buying weapons from the US.

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Posted in: More Western music acts being lured to play in Asia See in context

Japan.... and its Fuji Rock festival is considered to be Asia’s biggest.

How dare they say Japan is part of ASIA!!??

;p

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Posted in: TEPCO / KEPCO shareholders vote to keep nuclear power See in context

Captain Obvious wrote the headline.

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Posted in: Osaka mayor's survey finds 10 education professionals with tattoos See in context

Please someone get Hashimoto drunk out of his mind and get him tattooed (if he isn't already).

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Posted in: More women in their 40s dating younger men See in context

I'm 40. My Japanese girlfriend is 20. She's smarter and more mature than all the women that I've dated older than her... and she can kick my ass (2 blackbelts in 2 different forms of karate).

Women my age have WAY too many issues. I've dated women in Japan aged 16 to early 40's. (Yes, it's legal to DATE 16-year-olds) High school / university girls are more mature than women closing in on 30. Japanese women may not lose a lot in looks when the get older, but they lose a lot in spirit, general joy in life and tend to revert back to bratty, selfish 6-year-olds, if they're cute, or just mother figures for guys that need a tit to suck on, which brings me to my next point....

Young guys just want older women because they want an OL to pay their bills while their boinking someone their own age.

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Posted in: Pentagon officials try to reassure Japan over Osprey aircraft See in context

Why can't Japan just be neutral like Switzerland? Answer: MILITARY INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX

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Posted in: Roman jewelry found in ancient tomb near Kyoto See in context

More interesting historical facts:

Coca found in ancient Egyptian mummies (Coca could only have come from South America).

American Indian arrowheads made from pieces of Chinese porcelain found on the West Coast.

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Posted in: Roman jewelry found in ancient tomb near Kyoto See in context

They are one of the oldest multilayered glass products found in Japan, and very rare accessories that were believed to be made in the Roman Empire and sent to Japan,” said Tomomi Tamura, a researcher at the institute.

Japanese egoism. We don't know yet if the Roman Empire sent the beads to Japan. Most likely they traveled the Silk Route to China and then China traded the beads with Japan.

Show more professionalism, Japan. Keep your ego out of it.

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