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Posted in: Antiwhaling protester to be brought to Japan for questioning See in context

She told the Australian Broadcasting Corp that her husband takes calculated risks and that he is prepared to die to protect whales.

Mental illness, yes indeedy.

‘‘Pete did know the consequences but what do you do when you’ve got no backing from your own government?’’ she said.

Move to the UK. PETA is pretty big there.

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Posted in: Thousands of U.S. Marines, Afghan troops attack Taliban-held town See in context

Can't wait for the analysis of this activity on KFI's Dark Secret Place this coming Sunday PST.

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Posted in: The dumbing down of Japanese students See in context

Much of Shukan Gendai’s evidence is anecdotal

Japan is about 50 years behind the U.S. in most things.

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Posted in: Setagaya burger master goes for traditional touch See in context

The Burger Meister is not going to serve up 'roo burgers.

'Poo burgers? They could be the next rage, you know.

Did you enjoy your "Japanese cultural" burger with avocado?

Big Boy, 1950's, still works anywhere.

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Posted in: Setagaya burger master goes for traditional touch See in context

Scrap the Engrish menu idea, keep the prices exclusive.

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Posted in: Setagaya burger master goes for traditional touch See in context

While the prices may seem high – ranging from 850 yen to 1,450 yen – that is about par for the course for gourmet burgers in Tokyo. “Customers are mainly in their 30s, 40s and 50s,” says Hagiwara.

Ho! Exclusive burgers; it works. Who wants to eat with teens and 20-somethings anyway?

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Posted in: The end of a homeless, nameless life on the street See in context

The poor will always be with us.

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Posted in: Haiti's capital shattered by powerful earthquake See in context

Overall, it's probably not as bad as as being reported. Hysteria sells copy. Anyway, in two weeks we'll have a better picture or a news blackout.

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Posted in: Will Japan be around in the year 2500? See in context

I saw a similar article on this very subject date, oh, 500 years ago.

“Northwardho”

(cough) Such language.

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Posted in: Philandering and drinking issues persist for Ebizo Ichikawa See in context

They deserve each other.

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Posted in: Japanese whalers clash with Sea Shepherd activists in Antarctic sea See in context

Scrap the subsidies, and let the would-be blubber-eaters pay their own way.

Zounds! Capitalism. Right on!

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Posted in: Japanese whalers clash with Sea Shepherd activists in Antarctic sea See in context

The Japanese accuse both Sea Shepherd ships of trailing ropes in failed bids to entangle the whaler’s rudder and propellor.

Liberal terrorism.

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Posted in: Japanese whalers clash with Sea Shepherd activists in Antarctic sea See in context

Today, we can do without whale meat.

Today, thankfully, you can have what you want. Some people want whale. Some do not.

Some people want to impose their ideas and lifestyle on others.

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Posted in: Japanese whalers clash with Sea Shepherd activists in Antarctic sea See in context

"Sea Shepherd" is a facade. They are anti-capitalist, pure and simple.

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Posted in: Pakistan court stays deporting of Americans See in context

The U.S. should pull their passports. Pakistan may want to behead them as an example. Pakistan is currently profiling and restricting entry by certain ethnic Muslims from western countries. What a novel idea.

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Posted in: Hatoyama says Japan should embrace more migrants See in context

Sure, as long as they assimilate. See Denmark.

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Posted in: Meet and greet See in context

If President Obama really wants to do the "Full Monty" he should salute with palm exposed.

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Posted in: Three-day farming tryout leaves writer fatigued, aching and dejected See in context

For rudderless people like Suzuki, neither city nor countryside would seem to offer a safe haven. The three-day session left him with little but fatigue, stiff muscles and a sense of dazed anxiety.

Then be a butler. Better yet, a doormat.

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Posted in: Japan suspends U.S. plant's beef amid mad cow fears See in context

Oh my, what's this?

Beef exports to Japan fall 8pc in September

11/10/2009 4:00:00 AM

Australian beef and veal exports to Japan in September fell 8pc year-on-year to 27,734 tonnes (shipped weight), according to Meat and Livestock Australia.

MLA reports that trading was impacted by various factors, such as Japan's recessive economy and sluggish consumer demand along with the rising Aussie dollar, and subsequent reduction in meat packing activity in Australia.

http://theland.farmonline.com.au/news/nationalrural/livestock/cattle/beef-exports-to-japan-fall-8pc-in-september/1645465.aspx

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Posted in: Japan suspends U.S. plant's beef amid mad cow fears See in context

Aussie Beef is the tastiest and safest in the world.

Guess which country's overseas businesses owns many of the cattle "stations" in Australia.

Would I be surprised if DNA tests on the "discovered" spines proved the country of origin to (cough) not be the U.S.? No.

Seven years ago:

AMH-Nippon opt for global US quota

The nation's largest meat processor, Australia Meat Holdings, has joined Japanese-owned Nippon Meats in backing a quota allocated on global performance.

That would allow the US quota to be divided up based on the amount of global exports a processor makes from Australia, leaving the lion's share to the bigger processors.

AMH and Nippon have joined the Global 100, a group comprising 44 export processors, 44 feedlots and 12 domestic meatworks.

AMH joint chief executive, Peter White, says it's now up to the industry's Red Meat Advisory Council to tough out a position to put to the Agriculture Minister.

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Posted in: Obama says he'll accept Nobel Peace Prize as 'call to action' See in context

Wag the pony.

(Did anyone make it to the last five paragraphs?)

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Posted in: Obama's Nobel honors promise, not action See in context

wrecked relations with Europe

Now, oddly, turning conservative.

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Posted in: U.S. President Barack Obama wins Nobel Peace Prize See in context

For starters he has done much to repair America's standing in the world.

Well, he's tried to "alter" America's standing in the world but the rest of the world isn't fooled -- nor is America (nor are her legal immigrants).

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Posted in: U.S. President Barack Obama wins Nobel Peace Prize See in context

betcha obama's gunna be time's person of the year 2009.

December 17, 2008

Time has featured Obama on its cover 14 times since Jan. 1. Newsweek was close behind, featuring the now-president-elect on 12 of its issues. Time has had 52 issues in 2008, so Obama has been featured on more than one-in-four of its covers, or about 27% of the time.

That number, though, goes even higher if you include how many times Obama has appeared in the "skybox" -- 11 times.

That means Obama's face or name has somehow made it onto the cover of Time just about half of the time this year (25 out of 52 issues -- 48%)

Newsweek has had 49 issues this year so far (through Dec. 22), so Obama has been featured on about a quarter of its covers as well.

The MSM will eventually take away -- or diminish -- President Obama's prize.

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Posted in: U.S. President Barack Obama wins Nobel Peace Prize See in context

Obama, if you take time to think about it, is an excellent choice for the Nobel Peace Prize.

If one thinks about the meaning of the prize itself, why, I couldn't agree more.

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Posted in: U.S. President Barack Obama wins Nobel Peace Prize See in context

The worldwide organization of orgasmic frothing Obamaniacs have anointed him far beyond his ability to deliver. As a result, he has nowhere to go but down.

The media made President Obama. They can (and eventually will) break him. It is just a matter of time now. (See Cynthia Shee'an.)

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Posted in: U.S. President Barack Obama wins Nobel Peace Prize See in context

Meet the People Who Were Passed Over for Obama

http://www.weeklystandard.com/weblogs/TWSFP/2009/10/meet_the_people_who_were_passe.asp

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Posted in: U.S. President Barack Obama wins Nobel Peace Prize See in context

Anything I can do to help you get over your irrational hatred of America and our President!

That's rich. Notice how The Left accuses the opposition of doing what they do?

I think we should write yet another praise for President Obama and have some children sing it on broadcast TV. (cough)

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Posted in: U.S. President Barack Obama wins Nobel Peace Prize See in context

he's the worst "president" in American history

Our perception of history tends to start from the day we are born.

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Posted in: U.S. President Barack Obama wins Nobel Peace Prize See in context

PAPER: This makes mockery of peace prize... http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/world/us_and_americas/article6867711.ece

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