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Posted in: Keeping up with Japanese metrosexual manes See in context

I'd never be an emfinite metrosexual. I take pride on maintaining a masculine image while at the same time trying to being clean, groomed and well dressed.

Some of the metros in Japan and the rest of the developed world take it waaaay to far. Seriously, they should just wear skirts and lipstick and go all the way.

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

Looks like these silly terrorists gloat when they do the damage, but start crying like babies when we hit back.

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Posted in: EU force says anti-piracy raids endanger hostages See in context

Russia's pretty good with pirates too. One fairly recent story I always remember was that a Russian ship capture a pirate vessel's crew, stripped them of their weapons and sent that back out.

Only later, they reported that the ship had 'sunk' for some reason. Go Russia!

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Posted in: The Essence of Budo See in context

I'm interested in this book, so I'll definitely buy if it comes out in Australia.

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Posted in: How much would you take not to fly? Delta wants to know See in context

I would give up my seat if I got a business/first class upgrade on my next flight (with accomodation if its the next day), and cash for my troubles. Maybe $500 domestice $1000 international?

I heard that the reason why airlines overbook is to ensure planes are filled to capacity as there will always be those who cancel/amend their flights - and make money. That's fine, but they need to make sure they properly compensate those they kick off.

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Posted in: Ariz shooting suspect appears in court; Giffords responds to verbal commands See in context

Since this is a clear cut case, why waste money on trials, appeals and a $20,000 a pop electric chair? Just $1 worth of bullets to the head should do the trick.

See how he likes it.

May his victims R.I.P and their families comforted

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Posted in: Arizona shooting once again ignites gun control debate See in context

Anti-gun people just have to accept the fact that just because they don't like guns doesn't mean everyone else is not allowed to have nice things. If you want your house to be robbed and your family violated while you twiddle your thumbs waiting for the police to come (not bagging the police, but they can't be everywhere), that's your business. Responsible gun owners don't want to be victims.

Face it, there are bad people in this world. With or without fireaarms, they will commit crime and responsible gun owners refuse to just bend over and take it. Why can't people understand that?

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Posted in: Arizona shooting once again ignites gun control debate See in context

If one practices proper gun responsibility (maintainance, storage etc), then it's not a danger to one's self or family. Guns should only be dangerous to one person - the one trying to do violence or crime to you and your family.

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