James Rankin comments

Posted in: Bluefin tuna sold for Y36.5 mil at Tsukiji market's final New Year auction See in context

Sea is abundant. We can do without tuna.

Evidently you do not understand how ecosystems work and how damaging extinctions can be on it.

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Posted in: Kagawa rues limited contribution to United title See in context

Such a good player when he gets on the ball, always looking for an opening and with complete composure that's borderline cheeky. I love watching him, one of my two favorite Japanese players alongside Honda. And this is coming from a Liverpool fan.

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Posted in: 'Iron Man 3' goes back to basics in a quest to save the U.S. See in context

I'm sure as hell, if Mandarin ever stepped on Japan soil, Gundams would crush him like cockroach.

Goku would scare anyone away

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Posted in: Abe defends ministers' visit to Yasukuni shrine See in context

@Yubaru

what these people did was not in the name of religion, it was political.

How did you come to this conclusion? Do you have some information that JT and the rest of us don't? Everyone is quick to jump on the 'aggravation' bandwagon as if it was the most important issue in their lives. If those who are representing their country want to pay homage to their war dead (newsflash, most countries do) then leave them to it.

Here in the UK, you'd be hard pressed to find a town of decent stature that hasn't got a war memorial of some kind, yet you don't hear the French, German or Irish moaning every time we honor our dead.

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Posted in: Abe vows to expel by force any Chinese landing on disputed isles See in context

I am glad that Abe won't stand down,but i don't understand two things;

Why do the Chinese want territory that they, themselves, signed over over a century ago and, Why Americans see it right to abuse the Japanese for asking for help from a country that not only has territory in another country but also made sure said country couldn't have it's own army.

Surely you should accept that stopping Japan from having it's own army and placing strategic bases in that country (which you are allied with) means you are obligated to help.

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