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Posted in: Summer's here See in context

I can feel the heat of summer.

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Posted in: Men act stupid when talking to beautiful women, study shows See in context

You can see stupid men syndrome for yourself in the first "the gods must be crazy" movie. A must see!

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Posted in: What is your biggest worry in the aftermath of Friday's earthquake? See in context

Given the size/scope of earth moved...big aftershock and tsunami part II/and or big Kanto quake/Fuji eruption.

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Posted in: Christchurch quake may portend major seismic activity for Japan See in context

“2012"? Freaky… Arkansas and Missouri are having a lot of quakes now too.

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Posted in: Discontent, but no revolt in China - yet See in context

When they have no food, China will take to the streets. Anoter bad harvest this year and the revolution may come... maybe even from starving North Korea.

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Posted in: For many Japanese, laid-back overseas vacations a one-way ticket to nowhere See in context

Found my way to India and had a smoke and somebody spoke and I was back in .... Japan?

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Posted in: Wizard girl See in context

Looks like Gomez is giving her a karate chop

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Posted in: Wizard girl See in context

Disney teen star? Yikes! They all end up like hanna montana or Britany.

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Posted in: Gadhafi appears on TV to dispel rumors he has fled See in context

pro-Gadhafi gunmen firing from moving cars and even shooting at the facades of homes to terrify the population...Youths trying to gather in the streets scattered and ran for cover amid gunfire with snipers firing from rooftops and militiamen attacking the crowds, shooting and chasing people down side streets

Cowardly Libyan govt thugs wouldn’t dare try this if the people were armed. …and this why Americans have the right to bear arms under second amendment, namely,to protect the first amendment. And the first amendment prohibits the making of any law infringing on freedom of speech, infringing on the freedom of the press, interfering with the right to peaceably assemble or prohibiting the petitioning for a governmental redress of grievances. The second amendment is the insurance policy for freedom.

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Posted in: Winning move See in context

Dont see too many male skaters pull that one, do we?

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Posted in: Rights group estimates 84 killed in Libya protests See in context

What do you expect from a govt that blows commercial jets out of the sky? Too bad US bombs didn’t get Gadhafi and his sons in 82.

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Posted in: Armed gangs free Muslim militants in Egypt See in context

Islam is incapable with democracy. There will be a democratic process towards forming a theocracy.

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Posted in: Armed gangs free Muslim militants in Egypt See in context

Chaos

coming to a global neighborhood near you.

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Posted in: Egyptian protesters denounce Mubarak; 3 killed See in context

You read it here first with Japlan. Who knows if Mubarak is even in the country? This today:

Egypt president's son, family flee to Britain Arab Herald Wednesday 26th January, 2011 (IANS)

"Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak's son who is considered as his successor has fled to Britain along with his family, US-based Arabic website Akhbar al-Arab reported".

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Posted in: Egyptian protesters denounce Mubarak; 3 killed See in context

We are witnessing history in the making that will shape the future of the Middle East. The Suddenly Open Defiance Alliance of Pissed Off People (SODA POP) rising up in the Middle East will spread across the landscape like fire.

Hosni Mubarak will be the next one to catch a flight out to Saudi Arabia if he has the chance to escape before they shut down Cairo. I may be wrong, but it looks a lot like Obama encouraged the demonstrators/revolutionaries in his State of the Union address tonight.

Many of these revolutionaries are Islamic militants who have been stirring the pot for some time now. This is happening hand in hand with widespread persecution/exodus of Christians in the Middle East. They would be only too happy to kick out the US backed corrupt governments that march to Washington’s drum. The puppets of Arabia must be pissing their pants/robes and loading their gold into cargo containers, while drafting exit strategies to South America.

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Posted in: Car bombs targeting Shiite pilgrims kill 26 in Iraq See in context

26 blown up in Iraq; 35 blown up in Moscow. I guess we have reached our caring capacity on earth when we can blow ourselves up so easily.

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Posted in: Magazine convinced war is only way to revive the U.S. economy See in context

For starters America IS at war and it has done little but drain our economy.

Its like the Obama/Bush stimulus... its not working so we need more. More drones, more death in Pakistan. Debt driven western consumer economies don’t care how growth is generated; peace or war is all gravy to the bankster elite. Two wars certainly deserve a third if they don’t help Wall Street and get Obama reelected as he swerves right of Pelosi.

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Posted in: Magazine convinced war is only way to revive the U.S. economy See in context

but the chance of the U.S. attacking North Korea cannot be ruled out.”

I wrote this way back on July 24 on 2010 in JT:

As troops get pulled out of Iraq... where they gonna go? Back home to 15% unemployment, or to NK for a new deployment? Bang bang. Lets get it on!

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Posted in: Obama, Hu spar over human rights, hail economic ties See in context

“I absolutely believe China’s peaceful rise is good for the world”

Neville Chamberlain could not have said it better. Hitler’s rise seemed “peaceful enough” to those who sought to appease Hitler until he invaded Austria and the rest of Europe.

Things aren’t always as they seem. Russia recently struck in Georgia… Didn’t figure that was gonn happen, now did we? What did the West do? Nothing. North Korea sinks a South Korean war ship and shells and island in South Korea. North Korea gets its way and isn’t even spanked for it, but is appeased by China. So N.Korea continues making / testing nuclear bombs and firing missiles in the Sea of Japan whenever kim ill feels like it.

Ahhh… I don’t know if anyone is watching or not out there, but, ah…Hello? European and America debt threaten to crash the global economy. Sorry, but, they don’t think like we do. The Chinese see failed economies in the west as a huge opportunity to talk about things like “the dollar is a relic” and a “thing of the past”. They see us as weak politically as the leader of the western world Obama gets thrashed in the last election. They are only too happy to be a global economic super nova without firing a shot.

So why the hell are they building up their navy and making stealth fighter jets if they don’t plan to challenge US hegemony? Naaaaah… it will never happen.

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Posted in: Suicide in Japan See in context

the pursuit of such a goal may take quite some time.

Meanwhile, 33,000 die needlessly each year with no end in sight.

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Posted in: Model citizen See in context

How do you NOT trip going down stairs? Or is that the intention? If so, do they make this in a mini for only 2.5 million yen? Evolution favors the mini and so do men.

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Posted in: Silence greets calls for changes in U.S. gun laws See in context

think about what "arms" were in 1789

Yes, and when people actually do think, they realize that the drafters of the Constitution would not be stupid enough to use the term flintlock or musket and hold technology hostage to tyrants who prey upon people who don’t think. The constitution assumes people are individuals (not states) and they have the intelligence to understand what constitutes and "arm". "Keep" actually means keep, own, posses; "arm" means weapon of the day; “bear” means to have on your person and at the ready.

Interestingly enough, very little blame ever gets assigned to the Hollywood culture of death and video games that require mass killing to “win” from the same people on the left that love to prattle about the Second Amendment and try to exploit tragedy for political gain.

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Posted in: All together now See in context

Old men shake their fists to stop nothing; cutesy girls wear police uniforms to stop crime, the homeless sleep under a bridge to stop the rain and the trains all run on time. Nothing changes on New Years Day.

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Posted in: Arizona shooting once again ignites gun control debate See in context

You have a congress woman who had threats against her life. She goes out into public; where were the security guards? I haven’t seen where there were any. Why? This whole conversation would not be happening if she had two armed guards posted as a deterrent. Why does the president have the Secret Service? Common sense and history dictates that deterrence works.

Yes, Mexico does not allow gun ownership, but with 15,000 gun deaths it should. Criminals would not fire at innocents if they knew they would be fired upon. So far the violence has not spilled over the border as many predicted, why? Arizona and Texas are heavily armed.

In June 2008, The Supreme Court ruled that the right to bear arms is an individual right under the Second Amendment. More gun control just isn’t going to happen in this political environment, so deal with it freedom haters.

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Posted in: Iran rounds up Christians in crackdown See in context

Imagine there's no Iran. Nothing to kill or die for... and no Ramadan too.

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Posted in: Arizona Rep Giffords shot, 6 killed, including judge, 9-year-old girl See in context

And a much better freedom than a bunch of losers smoking joints in public, the left's vision of freedom.

This is a tragedy; a political attack by a left wing nut. Better freedom would have stopped it? Can we just have common sense? Where was the body guard/security? I’m all for the right to carry and the right to self defense and you are to be applauded for standing for freedom. But not all who use/condone/support legal marijuana are leftists. I can support the right of the left to be free and the freedom of the right to be left alone. I can do both, but just give me freedom. Stricter gun laws would not have stopped this, but having armed security at an open air meeting might have.

We can all support freedom, but when you start to cherry pick the freedoms you would prefer in your own personal utopia, you get fascists making sure there is only government sanctioned “freedom”. True freedom? True freedom be something you posses before God and should help your brother stay free, not encumber others with ideological grandstanding and demagoguery based on personal propaganda and judgmental rhetoric. Based on your preference, George Washington must have been a loser. "Make the most of the Indian hemp seed and sow it everywhere." George Washington

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Posted in: Bull's-eye See in context

Wow, what an expression on the guy behind the shooter. ..."would you hurry it up!!!"

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Posted in: U.S. Navy to probe lewd videos shown to carrier crew See in context

“Finally let’s get to my favorite topic ... chicks in the shower.”

Hide your wife hide your eyes. This violates the Don’t Shower Don’t Show policy implemented back when Jimmy Carter lusted after an implied nude chick in the shower for a full 15 seconds (who wasn’t even his wife) but was actually a cartoon character on probation for charges of implied nudity on board the very same first all male all nuclear powered floating city that just by coincidence, happened to belong to the air force at the time of that sordid incident as well. Obviously, if it’s a no-no for Peanut Jimmy, this is also inappropriate conduct for even the most hardened member of the armed forces.

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Posted in: More than 1,000 dead birds fall from sky over Arkansas town See in context

Joy to the world: I’m sure this has nothing to do with Biblical floods in Australia, cubic miles of plastic floating in the pacific, toxic death in the Gulf of Mexico. And I’m sure it’s not connected at all to vanishing tigers in Siberia or any other Shakespearian tragedy involving inconclusive blackbirds anonymously and unanimously falling dead from a new year’s sky, someplace far far into the future.

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Posted in: Australian floodwaters reaching 'biblical proportions' See in context

disaster of biblical proportions

Wow, Biblical? It must mean it has something to do with the Bible? Is God involved? Like famine, war, earthquake, flood and fire? Tribulation? The Great One? The Big one? Maybe…maybe just the start.

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