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Posted in: Was there anything real about Elvis Presley? See in context

Who was Elvis?

A man who could turn any sentence into a song.

But a better question might be “Who is Elvis?”

46 years laters, he is still the King of Rock ‘n Roll.

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Posted in: Kids' neighborhoods can affect their developing brains, a new study finds See in context

Children growing up in more disadvantaged neighborhoods – meaning those with poor housing quality, more poverty and lower levels of employment and education…

How did these children come to grow up in these neighborhoods?

Fatherlessness?

Maybe researchers should be focusing on that common factor rather than car traffic.

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Posted in: Abortion pills to become next battleground in U.S. reproductive fight See in context

Pro-abortionists are determined that it remain not only the number one cause of death in the world but in the Unites States as well. How far will they go?

…Biden's Attorney General Merrick Garland on Friday warned that states cannot ban abortion pills, authorized by the federal regulator, "based on disagreement with the FDA's expert judgment about its safety and efficacy" since federal law preempts state law.

Apparently, far enough to falsely claim that the side-effects of abortifacient pills are safe, e.g. paralysis, toxic shock syndrome, ectopic pregnancy, stroke, heart attack, hypertension, anemia, varicose veins, etc.

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Posted in: Sexy lingerie makes post-pandemic comeback See in context

Having your undies on display has been tried by the likes of Kim Kardashian, Jennifer Lopez…

If sexy lingerie is making a post-pandemic, husbands will be very happy in the bedroom, which is the only proper place for lingerie. 

Unlike Rihanna, Megan Fox, Jennifer Lopez, Cardi B, and other female celebrities, do women of the #MeToo Movement want to be objectified by the former publicly displaying their objects?

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Posted in: Yours sincerely: Singles charmed by Japan letter-writing scheme See in context

A step in the right direction, as shown by its popularity. There’s been a focus in modern society on finding one’s soulmate, but no one marries their soulmate. When you marry, at that instant, you have become soulmates.

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Posted in: Robot finger covered in living skin developed by University of Tokyo See in context

Are you sure that’s a finger they made?”

“The University of Tokyo has ushered in a new era of adult toys.”

Is it necessary to dive into the gutter so quickly?

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Posted in: Reports: Canadian director Paul Haggis detained in Italy in sex assault case See in context

Haggis is a 69 year old man. If he is guilty, more than likely he had help, and this help needs to be found, arrested, and prosecuted to the full extent of the law.

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Posted in: Osaka court rules same-sex marriage ban not unconstitutional See in context

This is wonderful news. A Japanese court recognized the objective reality of what marriage is and is not. Marriage Deconstructionists in the article were disappointed but, hopefully, they will reconsider and be pro-societal.

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Posted in: World swimming bans transgender athletes from women's events See in context

World swimming bans transgender athletes from women's events

Apparently, transgender athletes are not banned from competition, despite the headline’s claim. Gender confused athletes can compete. They simply have to compete with other athletes of the same gender, i.e. sex.

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Posted in: Disney fairytale meets R-rated violence in 'The Princess' See in context

Disney, how looooooow you have fallen!

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Posted in: Black Americans living abroad reflect on Juneteenth See in context

Is not Juneteenth redundant since America has Memorial Day, a day to remember that whites, blacks, and others fought against slavery in America?

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Posted in: Trial ends for Shizuoka man who stole school equipment to recreate 'Love Live!' classroom at home See in context

Making the transition from the educated to a full member of society can be extremely difficult. Our high school student president committed suicide a few years after graduating.

That being said, this fellow is 28 years old and should have been well transitioned by this point. Working as a care-giver also has its stresses that an anime cannot alleviate, of course, and now with the loss of that job, hopefully he will receive the therapy and support he needs.

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Posted in: 'Lightyear' makers unfazed by bans in places with 'backward beliefs' See in context

…the scene in question is actually more of a brief peck between two long-married characters who have a child.

Only 35 out of 195 countries have the “backwards belief” that marriage is anything society deems it to be. A backwards, false belief evident in this journalist’s description of the scene where there is kiss is between two long-married characters. Two characters of the same sex, straight or gay, are not married by any objective standard.

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Posted in: New law enacted to help people pressured into porn See in context

“Fornicator” should never be anyone’s job title. Paid prostitution of one’s body is one of the enduring evils of humanity, but Japan is moving in the moral and pro-society direction.

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Posted in: Jan 6 panelists say enough evidence uncovered to indict Trump See in context

This is the epitome of a show trial.

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Posted in: Ruling lawmaker in hot seat over alleged drinking with teenage girl See in context

If Takeru Yoshikawa did contribute to the delinquency of a minor, he needs to speak the truth because you cannot become clean if you do not admit you are dirty.

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Posted in: 3 Japanese schools to introduce genderless swimsuits with unisex two-piece design See in context

What shame is there in being a boy or a girl? Celebrate the genders by having gender appropriate swimwear.

Pretending the two genders do not exist by trying to disguise objective reality will not work. Eventually, the truth cannot be hid. Children see the self-evident truth and all of the efforts at grooming will fail, but not before damage is done to this generation of kids,

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Posted in: Thailand decriminalizes marijuana, but smoking discouraged See in context

No one wants anyone to unnecessarily suffer. If marijuana helps someone’s pain management, then it’s a societal harm that might be rarely used as a benefit.

(Yes, marijuana use is a societal harm. There’s a reason they call it “dope.” It makes people dopey.)

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Posted in: Japanese schools banning nicknames, mandating use of '-san' divides opinions See in context

Every person is due respect based on the simple fact they are imbued with intrinsic value, the Imago Dei. If using “-san” helps teach students to recognize and affirm human dignity, all of us will benefit.

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Posted in: John Leguizamo fine-tunes his new musical ‘Kiss My Aztec!’ See in context

With its bawdy humor, adult themes and some salty language, the show may not be suited for all audiences.

Unable to tell a story without the above characteristics of sex humor, sexual themes, and verbal vulgarities?

Then is this a show worth anyone’s time?

Clearly, the answer is no.

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Posted in: Teenager sent to family court over 3-year-old sister’s death in Okinawa See in context

How evil!

Dear God, save us from ourselves. Save humanity despite what we are capable of.

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Posted in: Man saves woman in her 90s after she falls onto train tracks a minute before train’s arrival See in context

Uplifting news! It’s wonderful to read that this man recognized the intrinsic value we all have as human beings despite our ages and acted to save this elderly woman’s life.

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Posted in: 'Triangle of Sadness' wins Palme d'Or at Cannes Film Fest See in context

Wonderful to see people out and about and smiling and enjoying cinema. And unlike America's Academy Awards, an apparent lack of gross political commentaries and physical violence.

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Posted in: 25 missing after ferry sinks in Indonesia See in context

A terrible tragedy. Twenty-five souls on board lost to the sea. Words fail.

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Posted in: Q&A: Kristen Stewart on body horror, Cronenberg and Cannes See in context

One of the things that the movie asks is who's allowed to deem art “art” or not?

Art is the glorifying of God's creation...therefore, everyone has the intrinsic ability to recognize what is art since we all have the Imago Dei.

At the festival press conference, Cronenberg spoke about the possible overturning of abortion rights for women as “the real body horror.”

The beauty of a mother giving birth is not a "body horror". To the human being inside the mother, abortion rights would rightly be deemed a real possible "body horror".

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Posted in: Japanese society begins to grapple with microaggressions See in context

Shouldn't this article's title be "Interview with Kayo Fujiwara," since there are no other resources offered on the topic of microaggression and whether they exist?

"...people need to learn the appropriate response."

Rather people need to learn how to forgive and to forgive themselves.

The answer is not learning pat responses or walking on eggshells to the point that we no longer interact deeply.

The answer is forgiveness.

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Posted in: Japanese Red Army founder Shigenobu freed after 20 years in prison See in context

I wonder what the dead victims of her terrorism would say to the length of her punishment. The survivors. The families and friends of the dead…and the living.

If a Supreme Being exists and is supremely just, she will receive a just punishment eventually if 20 years was insufficient. As will we all for our own willful acts..

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Posted in: New 'Star Wars' series with Jude Law in works as Disney targets streaming See in context

The Mandalorian episode in which Luke Skywalker appeared was so popular that it crashed Disney’s streaming channel. The Luke/Boba Fett episode was the most popular of that show. You would think Disney would learn that legacy characters do not need to be shat on in order to introduce new Star Wars characters.

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Posted in: McGregor return to 'Star Wars' inspired by love for 'difficult' prequels See in context

In my opinion, the only good thing that was produced by Disney’s non-canon Star Wars Trilogy was a redemption of the Prequels in the eyes of the public.

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Posted in: Kill Japan's elderly? Cannes film probes chilling idea See in context

This film seems prophetic. What worldview of Japanese society holds that every human being has intrinsic value or that purposefully taking the life of an innocent being is objectively wrong? Christianity, yes, but what other worldview?

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