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Posted in: Camera bags See in context

if you check overseas based retail websites, there are plenty of far better camera bags that are far cheaper even after shipping to Japan. 7,500 yen for a DSLR bag? No thanks

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Posted in: Blockbuster MMA event Strikeforce comes to Japan via live webcast See in context

yeah terebiko, you're probably right.. no one cares about it... maybe that's why MMA and K-1 get five to seven hours of airtime on every New Year's Eve.

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Posted in: Chin up, shoulders back See in context

Hopefully, she will extend her talents to teaching Japanese women how to walk in high-heels so they don't look like baby giraffes taking their first steps.

I'd say they look more like they're slowly pulling a small plough.

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Posted in: Jojima opts out of last 2 years of contract See in context

Joh will get more playing and enjoy the game more in Japan, that alone will make him twice as productive. He might not make anywhere near rthe same money, but there's a lot to be said for being at home.

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Posted in: Movie star PM See in context

maybe the green ribbons are made of those little bento green bits that are supposed to fool you into thinking they are real leaves

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Posted in: Junichi Ishida’s golf green proposal finishes with bogey See in context

what amazes me is that any woman actually wants to even date this scumbag, much less actually be in a relationship deeply enough to even THINK about marriage with him.

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Posted in: Shinsuke Shimada snaps during live show See in context

Sarge, I think it was last year that he got caught for assaulting a female TV station staffer, again for allegedly being "rude" to Shimada. Shimada removed himself from appearances for six months to show regret. But because the media and the japanese audience seem to love him so much, he came right back afterwards and was more popular than ever)

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Posted in: Shinsuke Shimada snaps during live show See in context

this kind of stupid and rude behaviour is common among young people, not all, but it is common. On the other hand, I have never thought much of Shimada. His simplistic "formula" programs (crowd of b-list celebrities in front of Shimada; Shimada humiliates them and aggrandizes himself for the next 50 minutes) are at best simplistic, and at worst seem to be the polite manifestations of the bully thinking that pervades so much of Japanese society. His violent outrage fits in with that profile. This isn't the first time Shimada has done this, I doubt it will be the last.

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