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Posted in: U.S. pays $40,000 to relatives of Afghan civilians killed in raid See in context

The thing that kills me are the people that support war but dont join the military. They scream stupid sh!t like "silly libs think you can stop terrorist by saying please." People sit comfortably some where all in support from a distant but dont sign up for the cause; so its ok to them that innocent people are dying in a distant land because they are not there doing the killing; and their conscience are clear because they can turn and say "hey, I am not out there killing them." I truly wonder how would people feel if it is your home that has been quote unquote accidently blown to rubbles, or if it was your daughter, son, mother, uncle, etc. that was killed or mutilated by the foreign "world police." And it is not war that's ugly, its people that feel like you have to obliterate the whole phucking existence of man, thats ugly. Some people that say sh!t without thinking of the whole spectrum really need to STFU and understand that there is a bigger picture than what you are lead to believe but of course its hard for people to concieve such things because the Television speaks other wise but of course the argument can get into, "Well, the TV is the only way I can know the things that go on in this world," and thats when I have to wonder how is that man went from using inner sense and common sense to being brainwashed and easily manipulated to the point that they see killing of innocent people, whether it be in war in a different country or violence in your own country, as being acceptable. And of course because I have a so called "Liberal" way of thinking (whatever the hell that means), my view is delusional. But, I tell you what, put yourself in their shoes or better yet go to the country yourself and tell the individuals "Hey its war!" I will gain respect for at that point.

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Posted in: Pachinko man See in context

"A man wearing a a look-alike mask of U.S. President Barack Obama;" Oh and to the JT, nothing about the mask looks like President Obama. Have better taste in selecting the picture of the day.

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Posted in: Pachinko man See in context

I wonder why he couldnt wear Japan's Prime Minister mask or the Emperor's mask? Why make a mockery of another nation's leader versuses your own? If its because they dont want to disrepect their leader, than treat another nation's leader with the same respect.

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Posted in: 14-year-old Saitama girl commits suicide after being bullied online See in context

Keeping in mind that everyone is not the same. I believe bullying makes kids stronger. Hell, bullying doesnt stop at being a kid so if you cant hack it at a young age you are in for a treat as you get older.

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Posted in: 14-year-old Saitama girl commits suicide after being bullied online See in context

Saitama got it bad. It must one of the most violent places in the world, up there with the Middle East, Afirca, and Brazil!

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Posted in: 42-year-old police officer quits after flashing woman in Hokkaido See in context

The problem here is that the society tries to act so damn conservative that their perverse ideas force its way out. I hope kat wasn’t questioning ole girl about a sexual incident that previously occurred and then he turns around sexually harasses her.

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Posted in: 81-yr-old man held after his car drags 72-yr-old woman to death in Fukuoka See in context

I agree with smartacus, how is it that people keep getting dragged along for the ride? I know someone already explained it but it is still weird. All the other places I been in europe and states, I hear about people getting hit or ran over, those seem like the only 2 options, dragged along is more like if someone is trying to rob someone in a car and the driver rolled the window up and press the gas with robbers arm still in the car. This place never ceases to amaze me. And on a side note like I told my wife, the elderly need to have a mental and reflex test in order to stay out and be behind the wheel. So, if the individual fail the test they need to be walking or taking public transportation (no bicycle) and be in doors by 1630 so the rest of the functional world can get on with our lives.

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Posted in: 3-year old girl dies after abuse by mother's partner See in context

Good explanation CMEANDU, some people just use terms because they have heard others use it. Personally, I like to understand the meaning behind a term or expression before putting it to use, that way I don’t sound ignorant.

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Posted in: U.S. nuclear aircraft carrier George Washington deployed in Yokosuka See in context

For the most part all the pieces are set in place and the G-DUB is not going anywhere, so might as well flip the topic to something that people can actually do something about.

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Posted in: U.S. serviceman breaks into love hotel room See in context

Like cmeandu said this is petty compared to a lot of crimes that go on around here perse like I dont know...monthly stabbings. But it is foolish nontheless that a grown man is still trying to sneek-a-peek at other people getting their groove on. I think JT should have a foolish or strange crimes section, this would go along with the story where a guy was stealing childrens panties and another one had 5,000 (something aorund that fiqure) pair of stolen draws.

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Posted in: 4 charged in underwear theft cases in Aichi, Chiba, Kanagawa and Niigata See in context

I usually don't leave comments but this one is pretty over the top. I think the male population needs to find some other type of hobby to pre-occupy their time/mind i.e. stamp collecting, puzzles, a girl friend maybe, I don't know. Stealing childrens'underwear, that doesn't even sound like something that's ok to do.

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