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Posted in: Why do famous men with power and influence (Dominique Strauss-Kahn, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Tiger Woods, Bill Clinton, for example) risk everything with their sexual behavior? See in context

@combinibento- it feels nice to be applauded. It has never happened to me on here. You just made my night.

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Posted in: Why do famous men with power and influence (Dominique Strauss-Kahn, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Tiger Woods, Bill Clinton, for example) risk everything with their sexual behavior? See in context

@netninja^ the duality of man is nothing new. Our social responsibility pulls us one way, our biology the opposite. ask any priest. I would like to believe we can rise above our most basic urges, but I love sex. I love women. I love the feelings evoked in a first encounter with a new girlfriend. I was in a sexless marriage for 5 years and after the divorce, I couldnt imagine going back to that dreary, dull existence. There are other things in life that bring joy, namely having children, raising them. But the desire, need for sex is in my very bones. no pun intended.

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Posted in: Why do famous men with power and influence (Dominique Strauss-Kahn, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Tiger Woods, Bill Clinton, for example) risk everything with their sexual behavior? See in context

@netninja-Im not angry. As I said, you need to unplug. I never said "manhood" was synonymous with penis. You are projecting that. Manhood is honestly accepting our DNA and our place in the primal world. To try and pretend as though your hormones do not effect your life makes you come off as dishonest and a little overzealous as if you are overcompensating and trying to convince yourself more than us. We are victims of our biology and genes. Your goofball antics and lame jokes dont lend any credit to your position. That men want to impregnate every attractive woman they see is simply Biology. That they fight these urges and to what degree is all based on social doctrine dating back thousands of years.

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Posted in: Why do famous men with power and influence (Dominique Strauss-Kahn, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Tiger Woods, Bill Clinton, for example) risk everything with their sexual behavior? See in context

The reason women are attracted to men with money and power or fame is because of their genetic predisposition towards Alpha males. Hence the saying that women love jerks (a@@ho-es)

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Posted in: Why do famous men with power and influence (Dominique Strauss-Kahn, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Tiger Woods, Bill Clinton, for example) risk everything with their sexual behavior? See in context

netninja, you need to get off the net and get out into the real world for a while and you might remember your manhood. Men are victims of the hormones and testosterone flooding through their bodies. It is a genetic predisposition to mate mate mate! just as women have hormones and estrogen flooding their bodies pushing them to nest nest nest and go nuts nuts nuts. @stevepfc- because the article said "famous" people- as in WORLD famous. EVERYONE knows who Tiger, Bill and Arnie are.

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Posted in: 14-year-old boy dies after apparent assault in Chiba park See in context

@whiskeysour- granted, I dont live anywhere near Tokyo, but I have never seen anything like that. That is nuts as is this situation in the park. I had and saw plenty of fights in Junior H.S and H.S., but none EVER resulted in a hospital visit much less death. I cant imagine what these tools were trying to accomplish by harassing a man with his wife. I have never been involved in anything remotely resembling your situation in my 8 years here. And I have never witnessed a fight amongst locals (kids or adults). The most violence I have seen in Japan is the random drunk guy on the last train talking/yelling to the wall or a station toilet.

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Posted in: 14-year-old boy dies after apparent assault in Chiba park See in context

@whiskey sour- or are carrying a baseball bat.

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Posted in: $6.1 mil awarded to Tennessee man in Japan child custody battle See in context

cleo, i usually only see you this riled up when some pet has been mistreated. why are you so hell-bent against this guy?

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Posted in: Bin Laden's sons say U.S. broke international law by killing their father See in context

Adam B-"because the US has its 'little' war on terror going on " LOL that pretty much says it all about your opinion and the state of your mind on this subject. "left wing looney"- your words exactly hit the nail on the head.

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Posted in: Bin Laden's diary shows he was looking for new targets, big body count: U.S. See in context

It so nice that OBL's diabolical schemes now can have worldwide exposure to all the jihad extremists who might never had heard them thanks now to Western Media! Great job. OBL continues to speak to his followers through mass media on the quest to sell advertising because headlines equal money.

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Posted in: Bin Laden's sons say U.S. broke international law by killing their father See in context

And to Adam, the question has ABSOLUTELY nothing to do with this situation. But if AMERICA WAS harboring a terrorist that had murdered thousands of innocent Russians, and the Russians had been searching for him/her for 10 years and given billions of dollars to aid them in that endeavor, and come to find out said terrorist was living in a mansion 30 miles outside of D.C in Virginia. Then YES! America would and should support the capture and/or termination of this fugitive terrorist by specially trained Russian assault teams. Now do you see how different and ridiculous your irrelevant scenario is? Can YOU grasp it?

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Posted in: Bin Laden's sons say U.S. broke international law by killing their father See in context

adam b- what are you talking about? chest thumping? your comparison was ridiculous and I am only stating the facts. The USA IS at war. The rules stated by the past and the present ARE thusly. Harboring terrorists makes you an enemy. If you want to make a beef of it, talk to the 2 commander in chiefs. It is the situation. Disagrreing with it doesnt change the facts. OBL was the most wanted terrorist, Pakistan was harboring him. The USA kept their word and did what was necessary. Complain all you want, but this type of action is what keeps a world power just that. Sorry if the truth offends you.

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Posted in: Bin Laden's sons say U.S. broke international law by killing their father See in context

@ Sharpie-no, kaptain, the us doesnt have the power to go into sovereign countries and attack whom it pleases without the proper authorities being notified! maybe in your own little american world and way of brainwashed thinking, but the geneva conventions clearly state that this is unlawful!- Wow thats great. Who are you talking to? because I said no such thing. @ Adam B- I have no idea what your ridiculous scenario that is supposed to compare to? OBL was the worlds most wanted criminal. America stated its intentions to apprehend him dead or alive for more than 10 years. We invaded Afghanistan for harboring him and terrorist factions. We gave Pakistan billions of dollars for their help. And OBL was living in a mansion near Pakistans capitol for more than 5 years. We are at war. We did EXACTLY what we said we would. It is crystal clear. As Obama said, anyone who doesnt think Osama got what he deserved should have their "head examined".

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Posted in: Bin Laden's sons say U.S. broke international law by killing their father See in context

The USA DOES have the power. and it DID. The continuing war on terror puts any country harboring terrorists as an enemy of the State. Its the reason we invaded Afghan and its the reason we went into Pakistan. And we were RIGHT. Bin Laden was there, case closed.

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Posted in: Bin Laden's sons say U.S. broke international law by killing their father See in context

"by killing an unarmed man,"- This is where the story goes off mark from the beginning. - By shooting a Wanted Dead or Alive terrorist and head of the worlds largest terrorist organization currently at war with the United States and all of the western world as well as the organizer of mass murder upon American soil. That is a far cry form "an unarmed man".

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Posted in: Police questioning coworker of murdered woman in Yamanashi See in context

Police said the man in question had an exemplary attendance record at work and had not been absent since joining the company in 2006. However, he took two days off on April 30 and May 1.- SO he took a Saturday and Sunday off? during Golden Week? and that is strange?

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Posted in: 16-year-old youth arrested for abandoning 2-day-old daughter See in context

its a sad state of affairs in a society when abandoning a newborn in a park is "commendable". No offense ronaldk- i understand what you mean...After all the abandoned infants found in various horrendous places (toilets, train lockers)-Its almost desensitizing to the point where we say "oh thank god! he only left her on a park bench".

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Posted in: Respect and embrace differences: An educator’s lesson See in context

It all sounds very nice. It would be much more beneficial for this type of educational philosophy to be implemented into a a school for children from 1st to 12th grade where a tangible difference could be made. All of this early childhood training will be washed away (or bullied out) as soon (if) they enter the dreary, drone life of public schools and the need to fit in takes hold. As will their English...

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Posted in: Could Fukushima provide catalyst for Japanese youth to reach criticality? See in context

@kabukilover- alright, good point- apologies

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Posted in: Bin Laden's death prompts questions about legality See in context

Zenny, what you dont get is that America's intentions for Oasam bin Laden and towards countries harboring terrorists were/are a well known fact. The USA is in a state of war that the world has never known before. They did EXACTLY what they said they would do and the billions of dollars America has given Pakistan for its help with the afghan war says shut up and count your blessings. Spineless twerps will always sit back and question action when it reflects their own inability to make a difference. The USA did what they said thwy would, and Pakistan should consider itself lucky there were no repercussions for harboring Bin Laden . -oh but what if next time...whaah...people are questioning...boo hoo.... The job was done and done well. It is why America is the only real world power even broke, they still got the guts. You should take a lesson.

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Posted in: Could Fukushima provide catalyst for Japanese youth to reach criticality? See in context

@kabukilover- i just read one long boring article. Do you really think I am going to read 2? @Zenny-"I have been watching the daily energy usage that Tepco posts on their site"-Good lord, get a job or a life.

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Posted in: Quake-hit areas stuck with huge amount of unwanted donated items See in context

or-a pair of scissors can turn many winter clothes into summer clothes!

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Posted in: Bin Laden's death prompts questions about legality See in context

Its called "the WAR on terror". Do your "research"..LOL!!!

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Posted in: Bin Laden's death prompts questions about legality See in context

@Zenny-"You got a proof of that?" LOL- what do you think we are talking about? Obviously... The proof is.. he is dead. America DID it.

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Posted in: Bin Laden's death prompts questions about legality See in context

@Zenny- Any country harboring a terrorist loses their international rights. Surely you can GOOGLE that policy.

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Posted in: Bin Laden's death prompts questions about legality See in context

@Gonad- are YOU in the same category as Osama Bin Laden? You are actually comparing "ourselves" with the worlds most wanted terrorist? and quibbling over legality? a long, long way between Osama and "innocent" people like the ones he had murdered. hahahahahahah thank you. You made my day with your post.

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Posted in: Bin Laden's death prompts questions about legality See in context

what part of "Wanted DEAD or ALIVE" is confusing? this has been the doctrine for centuries on murderers like O B L. It has been the bounty on his head for the last 10 years...where is the confusion?

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Posted in: U.S. weighs release of bin Laden photos See in context

Celebrate good times -Come on! lets celebrate! the world is a better place!

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Posted in: Name 5 people who you think are among the most influential in the world. See in context

I would say the top minds in the following fields: Art, Science, Industry, Politics and IT.- possibly philanthropy could squeeze in front of one.

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