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Posted in: England and Japan to meet in rematch of 2015 Women's World Cup semifinal See in context

Go Matildas.

And while I'm here, a polite inquiry to JapanToday. How about reporting some news from the other world cup currently in progress? You know, the global tournament for one of the most watched/played sports in the world? How much news about rugby, soccer, and baseball does this site need?

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Posted in: Teenager ashamed of given name 'Prince' adopts traditional one See in context

So he didn't change his name to "かつては王子と呼ばれた芸術家"?

This made my day. lol!

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Posted in: Solve 'The Underground Mysteries 2016' on Tokyo Metro See in context

Take an eski full of "travellers" and I'm sure it'll be even more fun!

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Posted in: Restored Zero fighter flies over Japan See in context

While rented Zeroes have flown in Japan on occasion in the past

Yeah?? Where can I rent one!?

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Posted in: Exclusive Amazon beer coming to Lawson convenience stores See in context

ahhh, drinkers of Yona Yona (and other Yoho Brewing beers) beware...the Getsumengaho is a very very average tasting beer. If you like Yona Yona and Ao-oni, don't bother with this one - probably not up your alley.

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Posted in: Chef Jamie Oliver urges compulsory food lessons worldwide See in context

As much as I applaud Oliver's efforts to educate kids about healthy eating....I am totally against mandatory enforcement of education about food. Everybody has different ideas and diets...and we must not let those in charge decide what is good or bad. Food education is good...yes, but it must not be influenced by government, which in turn is influenced by big Agriculture. Thomas Jefferson summed it up a long time ago:

"If people let the government decide what foods they eat and what medicines they take, their bodies will soon be in as sorry a state as are the souls of those who live under tyranny."

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Posted in: EU lawmakers pass controversial GMO food law See in context

Never believe anything Monsanto says. Arguably the most evil company on the planet.

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Posted in: McDonald's Japan hit by more nugget woes See in context

Vinyl? Can't we just say "plastic"?

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Posted in: Honey, granola and soy — a match made in Starbucks Roppongi See in context

Certainly wishful thinking that this drink could be healthy! http://drkaayladaniel.com/soy-for-weight-loss-fat-chance/ http://www.optimumchoices.com/Soy.htm

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Posted in: Tokyo gets a taste of authentic British fish & chips See in context

I tried this new place the other day. Not too bad. Chips were fantastic. Fish could have done with a bit more batter- and was a little bit oily overall. All up a 7/10 score from me. Hope they improve the oiliness. As I work just across the road, I will definitely go there just to get some chips!

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Posted in: Limping N Korean leader leads memorial for Kim Il-Sung See in context

Gout

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Posted in: What for you is the most exciting sport to watch, when it is played well, and what is the most boring? See in context

Most exciting: Australian Rules Football. Most boring: Marathon

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Posted in: Mayoterrace to open this month See in context

Mass produced, commercial mayonnaise is unhealthy with its use of vegetable oils (usually soy or canola), numerous additives, preservatives and sugar. Mayonnaise made at home with whole egg, olive oil, dash of mustard, vinegar and salt is very healthy and aids in the better digestion of raw salads, etc.

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Posted in: Recommended spots for viewing cherry blossoms See in context

Koganei Park and Kinuta Park are excellent.

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Posted in: The Kong Show - Week of Jan 12, 2014 See in context

I suppose the new format is better...but could you please ditch the silly background music and audio samples? It's corny and makes it harder to hear people talking! Just have a discussion for god's sake. I'd put the radio on if I wanted music.

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Posted in: Japan Today presents The Kong Show See in context

Ive been listening for a couple of weeks now. Some thoughts on this podcast.

Good:

Short duration. 15 minutes is perfect for focusing on the top issues. Many podcasts drag on too long. Good source of information for things happening in Japan. Professionally produced.

Bad:

Too many "kamasami kong" sound snippets - sounds like the guy is in love with himself. Silly sound excerpts and try-hard sound FX. Unnecessary. Makes me cringe. Unnatural start to podcast with self-introductions. Probably don't need this. The host should just introduce the (regular) guest and let them speak. No need to talk about what they are going to say when the podcast is only 15 minutes long.

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Posted in: Ohio man who held 3 women captive for a decade found dead in cell See in context

Coward.

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Posted in: Coke insists fake sweetener is safe See in context

Apartame received FDA approval thanks to the work of our good buddy Donald Rumsfield. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/robbie-gennet/donald-rumsfeld-and-the-s_b_805581.html

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Posted in: What do you think of all those so-called energy drinks? See in context

chemicals

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Posted in: 24-hour bus service to begin in Tokyo in December See in context

Strange. It's more fun to stumble drunk down to Shibuya from Roppongi in the early hours nursing a traveller and acting like an idiot with ya mates!

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Posted in: What is the best way to hold company meetings so that they are not time-wasting, don't get off track, or turn into arguments and pointless exercises? See in context

Hold the meeting while standing - i.e. no sitting down on chairs.

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Posted in: Okinawan gov't complains after PET water bottle falls from Osprey See in context

@marcels

It would be very dangerous if full or even half full, if it landed directly on a young child.

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Posted in: Pentagon maps Japan radiation after March 11 disaster; says U.S. personnel were safe See in context

My thoughts exactly, edojin

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Posted in: Pentagon maps Japan radiation after March 11 disaster; says U.S. personnel were safe See in context

And where is the data coming from to compile these radiation "maps", I wonder?

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Posted in: Renting apartments after a death occurs, Osaka stabbings, Japan's suicide rate, Oi reactors, Ishihara's Senkaku fund - all on the JPOD See in context

Very decent podcast. I hope it hasn't been cancelled, seeing that it's been a while since any new episodes.

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Posted in: Craft beer finds growing U.S. fan base See in context

Baird Brewery out of Numazu, Shizuoka has been doing a great job

Yes, the Baird Brewery beers are great. I also like the Yona Yona pale ale as a tasty brew I can drink at home.

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Posted in: Australian mega-brothel gets go-ahead See in context

STDs comes to mind. Good luck with the bodily fluid exchange.

Condoms come to mind.

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Posted in: Melons fall short at only Y1 million for two See in context

Should that caption read "sliced", or am I entering an unfamiliar realm of expensive fruit jargon?

Considering that the letter C on the keyboard is next to V, I dare say that it should read "sliced".....

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Posted in: Japanese comedian barred from Olympic run for Cambodia See in context

correction: heel-strike

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Posted in: Japanese comedian barred from Olympic run for Cambodia See in context

majority of runners are crappy runners... zero form and just injury waiting to happen. To be able to qualify for any Olympics he has to be DAMN GOOD runner which he is

Well, going by the massive hell-strike he is about to make in the article photo....it appears as though he does not have good running form! That kind of running is an injury waiting to happen!

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