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Posted in: 11-year-old boy perishes in house fire See in context

11 yo and home alone? Nothing wrong with that... I was baby sitting other kids at 12 yo when I was young. Problem is probably more to do with ignored fire hazards and the absence of proper alarm. Poor little guy.

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Posted in: One dead, 60 injured as typhoon sideswipes Japan See in context

Can't believe the comments here... This was a pretty big and bad typhoon. I guess since it didn't hit the areas you live it it wasn't bad enough... We should feel lucky it didn't cause more death and destruction and plow through the main island and instead was bounced back out to sea.

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Posted in: Anti-Japan protests spread in Chinese cities See in context

Anti-Japan demonstrations broke out in at least a half dozen Chinese cities over the weekend despite efforts by authorities to rein in the growing protest movement, reports said Monday

despite efforts to rein the growing protest movement.... rrrright....

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Posted in: What's the best way to deal with screaming or badly-behaved children at airports and on planes so that they don't drive other passengers crazy? See in context

Maybe because he taught them manners and how to behave in public to respect others.

yeah right. I have two boys, one 7 and the other 9. One behaves well and is respectful and the other does not.

I used to blame bad behavior on the parents but since I've had my own I've given up on such silly judgements (with the obvious exceptions).

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Posted in: Idle days See in context

"Kind of looks like a lion tamer, scaring the cowering diggers into the corner with his whip."

haha love it

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Posted in: Jolie good time See in context

Funny,,, I'd always thought she was British for some reason.

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Posted in: Fuji sunrise See in context

I'll be doing my third assent this summer. I've been lucky with the weather on both of my other trips. Fingers are crossed for this one. The weather can change at the drop of a hat. You may not need it in the end (if you're lucky) but also make sure you are water-proof, and that you also have plently of light weight layers (goes from 0 deg at night to 20 deg in the sun at the summit).

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Posted in: Smokeless tobacco product goes on sale See in context

herefornow--- Well then, the fact that JT has come out with a product that takes the smoke and cancer causing agents out of the picture should be making you happy. But it doesn't... Should we also get rid of other addictive things like alcohol, the internet, caffeine and the other countless physically or psychologically addictive things in the world? Whats the difference and where do we (or more specifically "you") draw the line?

I say JTs new product is a step in the right direction.

as for your question... " how "positive" will those smokers be when they get lung cancer?" Well, I guess that depends on the personality. I doubt being a smoker or not has an effect of a persons outlook on life.

Comments such as " Smokers should send their life savings to JT and then hang themselves. Would save a lot of time and effort" and " If they make those sucking noises with this thing, as Japanese dudes love to make sucking noises, I am going to crack some one in the face" are not made by those that are simply recognizing the obvious. They are made by insensitive hypocrites that decide to take the high road. totally unattractive...

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Posted in: Smokeless tobacco product goes on sale See in context

"so much negativity in every post."

Some people just feel better when bitching and complaining... To me that's far less attractive then a "positive" person who smokes.

Bring on the smokeless cigarettes!

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Posted in: Baby boy's body found at Kawasaki racetrack See in context

Wow, I regularly jog through this place!

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