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Posted in: Cop commits suicide after killing policewoman See in context

Anytime cops are involved, things may not be what appears.

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Posted in: Taxi driver arrested over fatal hit-and-run in Yokohama See in context

Perhaps the driver had some reason to fear authorities. Only a sociopath would leave the scene of an injury accident.

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Posted in: No. of elderly people living alone predicted to be 37% of population by 2035 See in context

Pursuit of Loneliness was a required reading in college. I was like "what's wrong with that?"

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Posted in: Gov't orders 112,000 chickens culled after bird flu outbreak in Kumamoto See in context

Bird migration has happend long before government intervention. Is this really the first time a diesease was spread on wings? I agree with the comment "grilling over charcoal." What a waste.

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Posted in: China protests after Japanese minister visits Yasukuni shrine See in context

Until China puts Labor Day back in September, where it always beolngs, they have no voice in international affairs. Not May first.

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Posted in: A year after bombing, Boston and its people heal See in context

Gnomeland Security.

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Posted in: 3 Chinese ships seen in disputed waters See in context

Chinese military can sell it as an internal matter, granting them full authority. The average Chinese citizen could care less about military expansion.

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Posted in: Tire giant Bridgestone fined $425 mil for price fixing in U.S. See in context

I have to read this here. In US it is not news if it does not sell.

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Posted in: Japan on backfoot in global PR war with China See in context

China's new found wealth has brought unexpected side effects. Neil Bush, of the George W. Bush family for one. Will the puppy grow into its skin?

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Posted in: Silver man See in context

Japan competes with honor.

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Posted in: No trace of 7 Japanese divers missing off Bali See in context

Australia took them to Chritmas Island. Just kidding. I hope they are safe.

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Posted in: China angered by Japan's U.N. bid for kamikaze pilot letters See in context

Mea culpa is not going to happen.

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Posted in: Kerry presses China to ease Internet controls See in context

My privlieldge to vote for the Mr. John Kerry. I hope he carries that weight, a long time.

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Posted in: Nanjing seeks UNESCO listing for massacre documents See in context

War sucks.

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Posted in: 19 injured after trains collide in Kawasaki See in context

hope for the best

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Posted in: 3 dead, 850 injured as snow causes more travel chaos See in context

I am the atheist, and praying. My Jesus.

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Posted in: Stephen King returns with sequel to 'The Shining' See in context

Stephen King made riding a tricycle villanous. A three year old child on a toy, a pscho-killer on the loose.

I cannot see a child on a "big wheel" without feeling the chill.

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Posted in: Comedian Hard Gay tries professional modeling See in context

I am so confused.

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Posted in: Tokyo governor admits receiving Y50 mil from scandal-hit Tokushukai See in context

We all received 50 million yen last year from some scandal ridden group. Is there a law against that?

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Posted in: Kennedy to visit Tohoku next week, Okinawa in 'near future' See in context

Can she at least show up for work before you put her down?

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Posted in: TEPCO, Mitsubishi plan coal-fired power plants at Fukushima See in context

If only we could harness the energy of the earthquake.

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Posted in: Boeing warns of engine icing risk on 747-8s, Dreamliners See in context

In California my nephew noticed a ring in the sky around the sun, on a very hot day with no clouds. Much of California goes without precipation for months during part of the year, and that year was especially so. I told him it was ice in the upper atmosphere.

He was just a kid then, and did not believe me. Of course, now he has a PhD ...

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Posted in: Suspect admits killing man whose ex-wife was struggling See in context

He was helping her how?

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Posted in: Man arrested for cutting off sleeping woman's underwear See in context

It is not about attraction. It is a pathological "upper hand" or social dominance satisfaction. It takes many forms. Thre are very much living breathing females that could do something patholgogical to this guy. Unfortunately it is not interesting unless it is someone helpless or innocent. The perfect victim.

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Posted in: China warns North Korea; blames Japan for tension See in context

@Dukuleto, interesting history lesson.

My wife lives in Ulaanbaatar. While I would not argue the 13th Century History of China, I would like to point out that Chinese and Mongolian are quite different. The Yuan dynasty wes pushed north, to where it came from. Later, the Qing dyansty would be the last (?) emperor, also from north of the Great Wall built to keep the northern barbarians at bay. They were Manchurians. Like Koreans and Japanese, Manchurians and Mongols are diffrenet from Chinese.

It was a good history lesson post, though. Thanks because it interests me.

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Posted in: Strong quake shakes Philippines, killing 93 See in context

Cebu is central in the Island Republic, geographic, Phillipine Islands.

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Posted in: Powerful typhoon pummels Kanto; heads toward Fukushima See in context

The full faith and credit rests in this storm.

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Posted in: Fukushima Industries unveils new mascot with an unfortunate name See in context

Boku? beaucoup...

Sorry about your home.

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Posted in: 30 dogs perish in Ibaraki fire See in context

Greive for the property owner. Legal business, yes.

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Posted in: Japan votes for Mr and Ms in Maritime Self-Defense Force popularity poll See in context

Watch the video.

The image of the cable connected to the instructor's hand-gun shows this was a training tool. Law Enforcement used a similar tool that would project on a screen, 20 years ago. Yes it is serious, and no, that cable is not going to actually kill anyone. It seems real to the student, though, and that is its purpose. He is probably the winner.

The last one is the best, in my opinion. She uses semaphore, bugle signals, and genuine maritime flags. Very important military skills, although not really going to put anyone to death if she does not make a mistake herself.

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