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Posted in: 'Sexting' is more common than you might think See in context

It seems that like from Texting to Sexting, it is becoming some sort of a foreplay like "Sexercising" prior to ..... ahem!

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Posted in: Student arrested for stopping train with emergency call button See in context

This prank wins over the skirts peeping toms that prowl on the trains in Japan.

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Posted in: Japan says talks on U.S. base issue suspended See in context

There are better places where US bases are required. Afghanistan ;-)

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Posted in: Woman catches 10-year-old boy who falls from 3rd-floor window See in context

Police would like to investigate how much pressure was applied by this lady, while holding the boy in her arms! Some injuries might have resulted due to her strong clutching .... Got to be a SUMU lady.

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Posted in: Lawyer asks investigators not to question Hasan See in context

US Army cannot afford to let such a 'criminal' let go at any cost. That would set a bad example for others. Thus his fate is apparently sealed, and he is condemned even before a 'fair' trial.

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Posted in: All 7 members of girls group Berryz Workshop catch flu See in context

Maybe that it is time to diversify the group with some boys .... they are more resistant to influenza virus ;-)

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Posted in: Army psychiatrist kills 12, wounds 31 in shooting rampage at Fort Hood in Texas See in context

Yep, you have to add the infamous Vietnam war, and Korean fiascos to the list of tiring US live ammo exercises.

And read 'than' for 'then' typed out by me somewhere up in the earlier posting ;-)

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Posted in: Army psychiatrist kills 12, wounds 31 in shooting rampage at Fort Hood in Texas See in context

American army needs diversity as a strategic and calculated step. It is not for any kind of love for Islam. When you fight with Islamists, like in Iraq and Afghanistan, you need some people who can share a common thread during a battle or in its aftermath: say during a debriefing of an enemy combatant. Playing a good cop, bad cop game ... during such episodes.

While Nidal's actions are condemnable to say the least, a cause and effect analysis of another incident in Orlando, Florida, says what! People can go berserk, no matter what their religion, when they feel belittled and betrayed for some reasons. Has anybody talked about the faith practiced by Rodrigues, the latest American fratricide committer? Similar cases in Texas, and at other places in USA, like Oklahoma bombing for instance, have taken place, and no one has ever talked about "their' faith.

One should hold judgment, until a far reaching alarming warning signs of dissent are seen among any given group of individuals, who do not agree with a war continuum by USA. The foot soldiers are tired now, and they need some rest.

About Hasan, this is surprisingly a case of human resources management failure. Motivation to do his job was lacking: he was getting disenchanted, and at this point in time, he needed to be relieved of his duties, as an unwilling soldier is nothing else then a danger to his own comrades! People like him should be let gone .... with the first hint of a deep dissent to the military objectives.

One needs to scrutinize as to what took place during his morning shopping and the afternoon hours that he went berserk! Also, it needs to be closely investigated as to how many people he was able to personally shoot before collapsing. It is highly improbable that he fired as many as 32+13= 45 shots! These many would probably not fit in common US pistol magazines ... Looks like in the ensuing confusion some friendly firing took place .. The nature of wounds would speak for themselves.

It is amazing to see as to how little US forces have learned even after being the most experienced fighters in the world since world war II. They have been in every pie. Arab Israeli wars, Lebanon civil war, Iranian operations, Iraq 1991, Afghanistan 1998, Afghanistan 2002, Iraq 2003, Honduras incursion, Bosnian battles, Afghanistan Russian battles over a very long period from 1979 to 1989, to name a few. Still the psychological effects of war have not been analyzed in sufficient detail.

Hasan Nidal's shout of Allah o Akbar should not be taken as a Jihadist's battle cry! It is a very common sentence, if you will, used by a common Muslim during his daily chores, just saying a praise to Allah. Like one says, oh my gosh, or Jesus Christ in amazement or in excitement. This is just one of those Islamic values that could be misinterpreted in the background of this horrible incident.

Also it needs to be seen that Hasan was a true Loner. No girl friends, no love life. So what was his motivating factor to carry on in a tough military life! Not to shoot his comrades one day for sure.

This is a more complex medico-socio-psycho and 'environmental hostility' episode, that probably could never be fully understood. That is a quality of human beings: Unpredictabilty. His back lash in revenge (supposedly) is what can be attributed to human nature, and not to a religious indoctrination.

Let the American dream live on. When wars are soon over, all would be quite on the western front! "Insha Allah, Allah o Akbar." Live and let live. Let the world issues where drastic violations of human rights are taking place be resolved without blood letting. Do we need to name those places? Darfur, Palestine, Kashmir, Burma,,,,, and the cruel American isolation policies towards Cuba!!! There must be more ... you name them.

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Posted in: Comedian Hikaru Ohta’s wife admits sexless marriage See in context

If the couple has some interest, Pfizer's pills can help, I guess ....

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Posted in: U.S. airman spots aircraft fuel leak at 35,000 feet on Narita-bound flight See in context

The picture with this story shows a Winglet, or a Wing tip. These are part of Boeing deisgns, and used in 767, 777s.

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Posted in: Man arrested for assaulting guards upon release from Tochigi prison See in context

This person needed a psychological assessment, and not another jail term. Japanese sociologists should take a note and help this person out of jail and in to a suitable mental facility.

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Posted in: U.S. airman spots aircraft fuel leak at 35,000 feet on Narita-bound flight See in context

Well, FAA would definitely look in to this. But what is surprising is this that the attentive and cool passenger got such a petty reward! The Insurance company should be generous and pay them out well for saving a possible disaster claim .... if nothing more to think of. Also, it also proves that a cheap and simple video surveillance system for the Pilots to watch inside as well as all around the plane is still missing in this modern age ??? Hmmm... cough, grrrrrrrrrr...

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