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Posted in: Trump says arming teachers could prevent school massacres See in context

The answer certainly is....Arm the Teachers!!! Especially the good ones, not the ones who are stressed out! (But don't restrict them either...that would be against the second amendment!) And while your at it! Arm the children! It takes a good child with a gun to stop a bad one!! I always thought it was unfair that you send kids into a zone that has a higher killing rate than most wars, completely untrained and worse UNARMED!!! And be sure that the weapons are fierce enough!! Ask any trained cop what it is like to be in a gun fight when the bad guys have better weapons!! Makes a coward out of anyone!!

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Posted in: As cold wave sweeps North America, Trump makes light of climate change See in context

Yes, but in Trump's defence, you can't expect a person of his intelligence to understand the difference between "weather" and "climate" Because "climate" happens over time, and Trump can only focus on the present, that's why weird "FACTS" always just pop out of his mouth! "Brain to Mouth" "Brain to Mouth" "Brain to Mouth" "Brain to Tweet" that is all the time he has to get the "FACTS" straight!

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Posted in: AKB48 and S Korean idol groups perform hits at music awards; turns out to be a disaster See in context

Thought the article author hit the nail on the head! These were my thoughts exactly, KPop just seems to go for a bit more mature type content! They use classical singing training, and insert it into their general pop music. (this is something I have training in as well...but still suck at, but I sure appreciate when it is done right! ) And Kpop dance is bolder and more mature! Either way, in the end, it comes down to personal preference! JPop is very much a part of Japanese Culture, as is Chinese Pop. Neither is to my taste. Can't say one is better than the other, but can understand why Kpop has more international appeal.

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Posted in: Astros' Gurriel makes racist gesture toward Darvish See in context

Unfortunately for Gurriel, he did a p!$$ poor job of explaining himself!! But fortunately for the rest of us, he came off looking......somewhat less than intelligent and he is going to have to pay$$$$. Others can learn from this kind of mistake!!! But really, what could he say after that error!!!!

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Posted in: NRA endorses curbs on rapid-fire gun devices See in context

I agree with Fizzbit! Nut cases should be free to amass an horrifically deadly arsenal and unleash it on fun loving children, men and women!! FREEDOM at its finest!!! So SU about guns?

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Posted in: NRA endorses curbs on rapid-fire gun devices See in context

Heard someone argue that "The second amendment is about a person's right to defend their life" Something about since cavemen have been around! Men have always carried a weapon! The fallacy of this argument lies in .....what about those 59 people who just got shot dead! Didn't they have a "Right" To live! Or maybe he could argue that if those 600 people or so who were injured, shot and killed! All had guns, then they could of returned fire in the general direction of where the shots were coming from! That would have solved the problem right there!!!

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Posted in: NRA endorses curbs on rapid-fire gun devices See in context

Strangerland's got it right....."No place For Old Men" No place to raise kids!

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Posted in: NRA endorses curbs on rapid-fire gun devices See in context

"Banning guns from law-abiding Americans based on the criminal act of a madman will do nothing to prevent future attacks," LaPierre and Cox said.

LaPierre and Cox may well be the stupidest most delusional people on the planet!

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Posted in: N Korea to dominate Abe-Putin summit, putting isles row aside See in context

Unfortunately, the only solution, without millions dead now, is to accept that NK is a nuclear power. And to keep trying to pressure them with heavy sanctions. The people who really suffer are the poor North Korean people who have to live the life under the Kim Regime. I know to lift sanctions or provide aide just gets funnelled straight into the military coffers with little or nothing going to the average citizen. And North Korea getting stronger, if you lifted sanctions, only makes them more insane. So I disagree with Russia! If they are weak, they are less likely to do something aggressive, the stronger they are the more it will destabilize the region.

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Posted in: N Korea claims to have tested its first ICBM, reaching altitude of 2,802 km See in context

Frankly, this gets scarier by the minute. The US can maybe handle North Korea posing a Nuclear threat to Japan and the South, but they can't have them pose a threat to the mainland US! ......even @ the expense of some major Asian Cities. (Asian Populations....cities sound somewhat inhuman. People live in these cities! People I know and care about!) And if this US decision is left up to the present ruler in the States, well that is very scary business!

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Posted in: 7 killed, 48 hospitalized after London terror attacks; 3 suspects shot dead See in context

Kind of surprised they "Shot the Suspects Dead", they were only wielding knives. I think having them, or at least one of them, alive would be more useful. I think they need to be asked some polite questions about who their friends are.

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Posted in: N Korean missile fears in Japan: 'Whatever will be, will be' See in context

The idea that North Korean could hit a very very well defended American Base anywhere with anything is quite ludicrous!! I think @ best they can lob missiles in the general vicinity of a Japanese City. It is Seoul, that I would worry about. I am a bit afraid that between Trump and Abe, they are trying to provoke some sort of a North Korean move, that would give them the excuse to take out their nuclear capabilities, which would only take a couple of hours. But what would North Korea do to Seoul???

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Posted in: Pence warns North Korea: 'The sword stands ready' See in context

Getting hot over here! Hopefully, Just a lot of HOTAIR! From both sides.

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Posted in: What do you think of the new Japan Today design? See in context


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Posted in: Who is more unpredictable: U.S. President Donald Trump or North Korean leader Kim Jong Un? See in context

They are both similarly insane, but in this case stupidity is the more dangerous! The North Korean Kim Klan just wants to make it tough for anyone to annilihate them easily. They really can't attack anyone! Trump! After his little "Cake" speech! I am pretty scared of that one. Got a a kick out of how he could use his power to bomb....ie Kill a lot of people in some country he can't even remember, nor why they would or should bomb them. But it was pretty clear in that interview that he is HIGH on his power trip!!! That is darn scary!!!

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Posted in: Motorcyclist cut in half after being flung into cable wire following police chase See in context

Yeah, poor lady, and policeman, and the poor kids in the school bus, who ended up sitting in my classroom about an hour later! They all got a trip to the councillor. Our kids, mostly lower school, waited in the the ensuing traffic jam staring down at the still uncovered body parts. And JT did not go into as many gory details as what many of them saw. As for police pursuit, they did discontinue the high speed pursuit as soon as they realized how suicidal the motor bike rider was. And quite on his own, he did make a movie style attempt to go down the wrong side of a very busy road. Guess it was what we call a hard lesson for the kids! Maybe....don't run from the cops, drive on the proper side of the road, motorcycles can be dangerous.... a lessons that could last a long time!!

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Posted in: Creepy clown sightings spook America See in context

With American Gun Laws, it won't be long until a "Creepy Clown" gets a bit of buck shot in the butt!!! Better be careful 'Creepy Clowns"!!! Clowns are Creepy!!!

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Posted in: 14-year-old boy kills father before opening fire at South Carolina school See in context

Yeah, I don't know why I am so obsessed with the US Gun Laws! I don't live there, and there are plenty of places in the world where people are suffering. And yes, I have bashed their stupid gun laws, in chats, and have watched them ignore all the statistics contrary to "A Couple of Good Guys With Guns would have...." But the more the rest of the world mocks them the more they seem to dig in and enjoy the Ole West mentality!!! Still I feel bad for the kids who get shot!! I love kids!!! Their parents probably suffer more!!! They should get together and raise one heck of a STINK!!!!

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Posted in: Sydney-Thailand flight diverted after drunken passengers throw punches See in context

Don''t care what country you are from , you endanger the lives of 300+ people, not to mention the inconveniences of all involved, lads should be facing prison sentences and enormous fines. Have read about such cases before, and even a famous celebrity have been made to hurt.

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Posted in: France calls up reserves to boost security after Nice attack See in context

And Edward Snowden was such a hero over there. While he lives in Russia, and sleeps peacefully under the protection of a Russian Intelligence system that is transparent and respectful of all individual rights and freedoms. (NOT) He really opened up a can of worms for the US and NATO allies, when he carefully explained how intelligence is gathered so that Terrorists could avoid being caught and continue planning and executing their diabolical schemes. My guess is that many European countries will soon be adopting intelligence systems that the US used after 9/11 that was very effective in not only finding terrorists but foiling their plots before they even became close to becoming smoking guns!! But I understand how terrible it is for people, possibly sleeping with another person's spouse, when intelligence is listening to their calls or reading their e-mails.....but news to those misdemeanour people.....intelligence doesn't care about that! Either way, now that terrorists know that their communications can be easily intercepted.....they probably have found a new way!!! Which leads back to.......allowing effective interrogation techniques!!! EEUUUWWW!!

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Posted in: Mediator terminates efforts to free Japanese journalist held hostage in Syria See in context

Standard practice for most countries. They just don't pay terrorists. Nothing to do with Abe. Canada won't pay a dime either.

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Posted in: 17-year-old girl hit by train while using smartphone on platform See in context

Maybe she should get the "hi-speed Train" app! The one that warns you that several tons of hurtling metal are coming right at you.

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Posted in: IS claims it brought down Russian airliner over Sinai, killiing 224 See in context

As for ISIS, they have no real agenda but to spread terror! And the more powerful enemies they make the better. Too bad they know how to use "The Internet" They're so hi-Tech!

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Posted in: Murder suspect seen walking behind girl in camera footage See in context

Whats this world coming to?? Guess it just takes one really sick #&%''(# to make us question that. I mean his crime is so horrific that it has left us all asking the question WHY?? Mirei didnt to anything to deserve that! Not even walking by herself!! She is only 6! Yeah, my wife and I have shed many a tear about this and worried about our own two precious little ones, roughly the same age as Mirei.

However, me, a man who has questioned his faith over the past many years, have been praying for little Mirei Ikuta....a lot! When I woke up at 4 a.m., thinking about the horror of it all. I got to thinking, at 4 in the morning, that I wish there was something I could do for this little girl, who loved cats, and had the free spirit to wander about on her own, trusted people, who loved her blue parasol, and had her cute little bag with the bear on it! And I realize, that maybe there is something I.. we can do for her! And that is to cherish her memory and pray for her soul, so that she knows that she has touched a million or more peoples hearts! and that all of us who have chanced to read about her, have shed tears because we have come to love her. So when she is in the spirit world that she can look back at her time on earth and not remember the terror of her parting, but know instead, that she WAS LOVED by many and that she TOUCHED many peoples lives and made them want to be better people. She has inspired me to cherish those I love and to appreciate my time with them to the max. Rest in Peace Mirei Ikuta. We will always love and remember you.

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