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Posted in: Taylor Swift says she plans to re-record her songs' masters See in context

Taylor Swift been in the news lately since she's just released new songs on an album, starting with a performance at NY Central Park


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Posted in: First-round fireworks: Serena, Sharapova to meet at U.S. Open See in context

Dem legs

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Posted in: Greenland fallout: Trump scolds Denmark over rejection See in context

Well, it is kinda absurd - many people thought Trump was just joking, that we are just getting punked. And then turns out he's being serious

But what's really absurd is predicating a state visit on the issue of Greenland (particularly after saying that the Greenland issue has little to do on the state visit). Predicating the whole state visit simply on Greenland - who does that

That's really absurd, especially when already a lot of work on both sides preparing to the state visit as a royal guest, then being stood up and not showing up to a party being thrown specifically for you

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Posted in: As Trump questions loyalty of U.S. Jews, Israeli PM is quiet See in context

Is Trump actually advocating loyalty to a foreign entity above that of America

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Posted in: Trump flip-flops on tax cuts, citing 'strong economy' See in context

Trump has been flip-flopping on the issues lately - from stringent gun background checks, to payroll tax cuts, to the Greenland issue

He'd say one thing, then the next thing he'd say the opposite

Ya can't take his word for it

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Posted in: Marvel films to lose Spider-Man as Sony deal breaks down: reports See in context

This can go both ways

Non-MCU Spider-Man movies were hit-or-miss - the first 2 were good, afterwards not. So stand-alone Spider-Man may suck again, especially after Tom Holland leaves after his 1 or 2 remaining movies left in his contract.

But then again, non-MCU Spider-Man can escape from MCU Spider-Man being Iron Man-lite (what with all the Stark gadgets he's been using). Plus, MCU Spider-Man's two main connections to MCU are now gone (Tony Stark is dead; Captain America Steve Rogers is retired). And with the next several MCU movies focusing on outside of Earth this time around, that's no longer Spider-Man's friendly neighborhood we're familiar with.

So who knows if Sony can tell a decent Spider-Man story that's not connected to the MCU. But all bets are off if god forbid they reboot Spider-Man into an origin story again, lol

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Posted in: Japan to build ¥67.5 bil underground neutrino detector in Gifu Pref See in context

Most of the universe are made up of "dark" matter and "dark" energy that we don't know anything about (that's why they're called "dark" - because we're in the dark about it)

If we can find out more about these "dark" stuff - who knows, it may lead to things like totally recyclable matter, or perpetually renewable energy, faster-than-light-speed travel we can easily go to other planets and moons), endless food replicators for everybody, etc,

The study of neutrinos may lead to that since neutrinos almost never reacts with known matter and energy. It may be an in-between linking the matter and energy that we know and the dark matter and dark energy that we don't know.

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Posted in: Japan speculates over identity of final Olympic torchbearer See in context

Surprise! It's Mario

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Posted in: Nice to meet Yu See in context

MLB Little League Classic - it's amazing how a pro league could change their traditional schedules to accommodate the young ones. Not everything has to be so serious

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Posted in: Trump acknowledges China policies may mean U.S. economic pain See in context

Finally acknowledging it instead of obfuscating it

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Posted in: 'Matrix 4' announced with Keanu Reeves to return as Neo See in context

Be excellent and party on!

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Posted in: New James Bond film title 'No Time To Die' See in context

"No Time to Die"

“No, Mr Bond, I expect you to die"

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Posted in: Apple CEO warns Trump about China tariffs, Samsung competition See in context

Apple customers are willing to pay any price - they're used to increasing Apple prices

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Posted in: Paralympics chief says Tokyo hotels 'biggest concern' See in context

Why not design a wheelchair that can walk up steps? Wouldn't it be cheaper and easier, especially with modern tech, to modify the disabled mode of transport than than to modify the building?

There is actually a technology competition called Cybathlon that works to improve assistive technology including wheelchairs that could climb up stairs. But if you think it's easier to make the technology or for the disabled to use the wheelchairs or to afford it, check out the videos and decide:



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Posted in: Manchester United 'disgusted' by racist abuse of Pogba See in context

Criticize them as players - don't use race as an excuse

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Posted in: MLB needs to protect fans at every ballpark before someone dies See in context

More netting also has other consequences - like kids getting impromptu autographs or playing catch with players (the more netting would reduce that), fans can't interfere with the foul ball where there's netting (no more Steve Bartman incidents), players can no longer dive into the seats trying to catch foul balls (no more Derek Jeter dive heroics), etc.

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Posted in: Crew describe climate of fear at Cathay Pacific after Hong Kong sackings See in context

Chinese government doesn't even need to hack into people's phones - they just search people's phones outright with no search warrants

Why hack when ya can just search? Who needs Snowden!

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Posted in: Strange blanket promises good night’s sleep with help of tentacle-like noodles See in context

So does this further prove that ladies like to sleep with tentacles then

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Posted in: Climate deniers get more media play than scientists: study See in context

CO2 only makes up 400 parts per million there's no way that's a threat

And ozone only comprises 0.000004% of the atmosphere, even much less than the 0.0360% CO2


But oh, what's 0.000004% ozone gonna do? It's so small percentage - surely there's no way the loss of ozone in the atmosphere is a threat. Heheh, get ready for SPF 1,000,000

It's not the percentage that matters - it's what the substances do

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Posted in: As arms treaty fails, big powers risk new missile race See in context

Any new arms treaty gotta include more countries nowadays

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Posted in: Iran tanker departs after Gibraltar rejects U.S. demand See in context

Seems that while the Iran Republican Guard is classified as a terrorist organization by the US, the EU does not. And therefore, Gibraltar cannot hold on to the ship under the US argument

Well, as long as the ship doesn't go to Syria, since that is still a violation under EU sanctions

That was a lot of wasted though going all the way around Africa transporting a million tons of oil, just to end up sailing back to Iran

Also shows that Iran's reasoning for detaining the Stena is bogus, and that Stena didn't violate any maritime rules

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Posted in: China plans to make Shenzhen a 'better place' than Hong Kong See in context

It won't be as vibrant as Hong Kong though

Heck, China is now the 2nd largest economy over Japan, but Japan is still the more vibrant place to be for people around the world

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Posted in: Obamas' first film charts life in U.S. factory under Chinese bosses See in context

Ironically, it's American owners who close factories in America to move production to places like China, while a Chinese owner reopens the factory in America

Huh? So they bought the rights to the film and sold them to Netflix.

They're releasing it on Netflix, not sold it to Netflix

As the article states:

The former first couple acquired "American Factory" at January's Sundance Festival, and will release it on Netflix

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Posted in: Quintana, Cubs beat Pirates 7-1 in MLB Little League Classic See in context

MLB Little League Classic - it's amazing how a pro league could change their traditional schedules to accommodate the young ones. Not everything has to be so serious

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Posted in: Heat on agenda again at newly-built Tokyo 2020 hockey venue See in context

After the Olympics, the multi-purpose complex with continue to host hockey, soccer, lacrosse

Who knows how to play lacrosse

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Posted in: 12-year-old Prince Hisahito starts 1st overseas trip in Bhutan See in context

So that's what it takes for a tween to be surrounded by beautiful women, lol

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Posted in: Japan surpasses China as largest non-U.S. holder of Treasuries See in context

The US should be paying back its debt when the going's good

But the US keeps borrowing no matter when it's recession or not

When it's bad, it makes sense to borrow to jumpstart the economy. But what's the excuse when it's good?

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Posted in: CBS, Viacom reunite with plans for bigger role in streaming TV wars See in context

Anti-trust anyone?

If they approved Disney at $245 billion, ya don't really think they won't approve this for a "measly" $30 billion

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Posted in: Twitter to let users follow interests as well as people See in context

Sometimes the fastest way to get a response from big companies is to tweet it

Because the tweet is public for everyone to see, they don't want to be embarrassed when a tweet goes viral against them

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