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Posted in: Salah sets up 2 goals as Liverpool beats Palace 2-0 in EPL See in context

That Liverpool kit is a real dog’s dinner.

Hope we are not heading back to the awful kits we saw in the 90s.

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Posted in: Salah sets up 2 goals as Liverpool beats Palace 2-0 in EPL See in context

I hate Palace

The tinpot west London clubs always irritated me more - the Chelseas, Fulhams, QPRs.

It without saying that Millwall are something worse.

Liverpool looking very solid. Bookies have them pretty nailed on for second place. Salah looking ready to have another stormer of a season.

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Posted in: Trump says it is 'dangerous' for Twitter, Facebook to ban accounts See in context

Trump should have been suspended for retweeting dodgy videos from racists and asking his supporters to check a sex tape that doesn’t exist during a Twitter cat fight.

That isn’t freedom of speech - that’s spreading misinformation and lies.

You have to teach idiots who spread misinformation and fake news a lesson. If they’d disciplined Trump early, a spanking, he may have cleaned up his lavatorial account.

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Posted in: 4 Japanese basketball players sent home from Asian Games after spending night with prostitutes in hotel See in context

Their careers are over

I hope not. Why should they be?

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Posted in: 4 Japanese basketball players sent home from Asian Games after spending night with prostitutes in hotel See in context

Why pay to get laid when there are hundreds of fit, young women at the athletes village?!

Takes a while to organize gokon parties.

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Posted in: Man City highlights gulf to fierce rival United in EPL See in context

I’ve backed Maureen to be first manager to go although Huddersfield have been absolutely dire in their opening games. They’ve played good sides but they look spineless.

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Posted in: In your experience, which country's airport immigration offices have been the rudest or most difficult to deal with? See in context

We’re the warmest people in the anglophone world

Certainly up there, but in my experience the lack of warmth at the airport is a continuation of the attitude of flight attendants on US airlines.

I honestly couldn’t care less about the attitude of the immigration staff as long as I can get through sharpish, but a bit more warmth on the flight itself wouldn’t go amiss. I did pay for that ticket.

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Posted in: Trump says he has 'nothing to hide' from Mueller See in context

This administration has given truth an absolute hiding.

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Posted in: In your experience, which country's airport immigration offices have been the rudest or most difficult to deal with? See in context

I’ve found pretty much all immigration staff stern. I wasn’t expecting cheesy grins.

Didn’t have any real problems getting through in any countries I’ve visited although I have been hit hit with a few questions at Beijing, Abu Dhabi and London Heathrow. No real drama.

I do remember one immigration officer at Dallas hitting my Japanese coworker with questions at rapid speed in heavily accented English, leaving my coworker a bit flustered. Hard to say if the officer was being a bit nasty or just didn’t have any common sense.

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Posted in: Over 2 million Muslims begin annual hajj pilgrimage See in context

Just to add to what JeffLee posted, it’s difficult to enter Saudi Arabia in the first place, never mind the prohibitions on infidels entering the holy areas.

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Posted in: Chelsea tops Arsenal in EPL thriller; Kane ends August curse See in context

Richarlison is looking a real talent. If he keeps playing like this, we’ll flog him to a top 4 side at the end of the season.

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Posted in: 'Chikan' used in UK government’s official online foreign travel advice for Japan See in context

Right, so groping on trains is a problem in Japan then. I thought so.

Glad we got that sorted.

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Posted in: Taliban say no peace with 'occupation;' want U.S. talks See in context

They should never be allowed to hold power again.

That’s an issue for the people of Afghanistan.

The disastrous war and occupation of the country wasn’t a great idea, was it?

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Posted in: Muslim couple denied Swiss citizenship over handshake refusal See in context

They also "showed great difficulty in answering questions asked by people of the opposite sex," he said.

This is problematic. It isn’t a healthy idea in a modern democratic country. It’s quite insulting.

I don’t think Switzerland is the right place for people with these ideas.

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Posted in: Ex-CIA boss says he will not be scared into silence by Trump See in context

but I'm not a fan of Jones

Why not? My guess is that you see him as a crackpot conspiracy theorist or a performance artist or a mix of the two.

Why is Trump, a man who rails against fake news, a fan of Jones?

It’s very confusing.

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Posted in: Pentagon says China military 'likely training for strikes' on U.S. targets See in context

I would trust the Pentagon more than the PLA which fired on it's own people at Tiananmen Square and represents a dictatorship that prosecutes it's own citizens who speak out against the CCP

Anything from the Pentagon on this subject is like asking a barber if you need a haircut.

The CCP are clever, manipulative scumbags.

Toss of a coin for me.

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Posted in: Is there an equivalent of the Japanese word 'natsukashii' in other languages? See in context

I’ve always liked 'in a pickle'

I like the similar idea of being ‘snookered’ although I just checked it has another meaning in US English.

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Posted in: Is there an equivalent of the Japanese word 'natsukashii' in other languages? See in context

Another example of how Japan is so unique - as this example surely could not be replicated with any other pair of languages. ....Nihon sugoooi.

Yes. This stuff is a little irritating.

I was once told Japanese is more difficult to learn than other languages because Japan has regional accents.

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Posted in: Ex-CIA boss says he will not be scared into silence by Trump See in context

No one has stopped him from speaking. And all his stuff is still available.

Very true.

Trump must be delighted. He’s an Alex Jones fan.

Good to see Trump is seeking truth in news coverage.

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Posted in: Pentagon says China military 'likely training for strikes' on U.S. targets See in context

Somehow, when it comes to international geopolitics, No one really listens to the left.....thankfully.

Depends on which member of the left is speaking.

Do you remember Trump gibbering about Ukraine in his car crash interview? Remember Sarah Palin talking about Russia? Remember Herman Cain with his ‘stans’?

It’s unfair to characterize the right by the standard of these clowns.

It depends on which member of the ‘right’ you are talking to.

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Posted in: Over 350 newspapers across U.S. rebuke Trump for attacks on the press See in context

Laura Ingraham

Dear me. Ingraham, Hannity and Carlson.

You really need to get off this biased MSM nonsense.

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Posted in: Ex-CIA boss says he will not be scared into silence by Trump See in context

They DO have a “few” impartial reporters there.

ROFL

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Posted in: Pentagon says China military 'likely training for strikes' on U.S. targets See in context

$190 billion?

Can’t have that. Time to spend, spend, spend.

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Posted in: Ex-CIA boss says he will not be scared into silence by Trump See in context

No, we can see when we watch racists like Al Sharpton, Don Lemon, Mika and confused Joe and all the pundits from those two networks. msnbc was bad, I know first hand from experience, but now CNN surpassed them as well as literally the majority of the biggest publications NYT, Washington Post

You posted a link to the Washington Post the other day when making a point in defence of Trump.

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Posted in: Over 350 newspapers across U.S. rebuke Trump for attacks on the press See in context

It’s worth reminding ourselves of how Trump comes to decisions on media outlets. On his recent visit to the UK, he gave an interview to a trash tabloid where he trashed the British PM. This story was released. He later weaseled his way out of it in a press conference claiming that ‘fake news’ was at work again. His comments trashing the British PM are on tape.

What a weasel.

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Posted in: Over 350 newspapers across U.S. rebuke Trump for attacks on the press See in context

Ahhh, so for the left, the press is there not to inform, but to be a tool to help push the liberal agenda, good to know.

But Trump has Fox and Friends, Alex Jones and the National Enquirer on side.

They are no doubt bastions of what Trump sees as a true free press.

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Posted in: Over 350 newspapers across U.S. rebuke Trump for attacks on the press See in context

Minus 15 seems to be about an average these days.

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Posted in: Over 350 newspapers across U.S. rebuke Trump for attacks on the press See in context

“Your reputation is amazing. I will not let you down”

Donald Trump on Alex Jones.

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Posted in: 'Queen of Soul' Aretha Franklin dies at 76 See in context

Stunning voice. Unforgettable artist.

Legend.

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