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Posted in: Health minister wants to hike tobacco tax so pack of cigarettes costs Y700 See in context

'People should not be allowed to drive and smoke either. They are dangerous.' How about texting or just using the ever present mobile phone. How about babies without seatbelts. Smoking is the least of the dangerous things Japanese do while driving. But try enforcing rules about any of those things and watch the them start whining. This is about MONEY and nothing else. Since when did the government in this country care about peoples health. More radiation anyone?

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Posted in: Libya rebels say talks for loyalist town have failed See in context

Yuri i guess you also believe everything put out by fox news don't you?

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Posted in: More than 1,000 cattle running wild in Fukushima radiation zone See in context

The Japanese don't even care about their own people so it's no suprise they left untold numbers of animals to suffer and die through starvation, civilised country my arse.

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Posted in: 52% of U.S. Muslims feel targeted by terror policies See in context

Maybe when the number one "terrorist" group (the USA) stops invading all the countries that don't follow the american style of democracy then the other "terrorists" (the muslims) will also stop. Like some CIA guy , i forget his name, said before "Al-qaeda's (if it really exists) greatest recruitment asset is the foreign policy of the Usa and her client states".

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Posted in: Market cycle See in context

Hahahah welcome to Japan

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Posted in: 35 deaths, 7,071 hospitalized due to heatstroke in one-week period See in context

If your apartment is that bad then try moving to another.

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Posted in: 35 deaths, 7,071 hospitalized due to heatstroke in one-week period See in context

I wasn't being sarcastic. I was talking about dehydration and how its so easy to avoid. I never mentioned winter, but if your husband is cold, might I suggest an extra layer of clothing, works wonders. I have also lived in Africa, not many people there have ac either.

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Posted in: 35 deaths, 7,071 hospitalized due to heatstroke in one-week period See in context

Whats with all this a/c crap. Use a fan, DRINK WATER. Thats it. i never use any a/c in my house. Today I was out cycling for about 5 hours no problem. Its all about rehydration, problem solved.

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Posted in: Three dead as spate of bombs hit Iraq See in context

Yeah, back then death squads just roamed and murdered indiscriminately and whole villages were killed and buried in massive, unmarked graves.

supported by his friends in the good odl usa, until he fell out of favour of course, and then he turned into the 'antichrist'

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Posted in: Life in a bowl See in context

It's called empathy, most Japanese don't have it, for animals OR for each other.

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Posted in: U.S. lawmaker wants probe of bin Laden film project See in context

Another hollywood fantasy depicting what americans wish had happened but didn't.

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Posted in: 859 people hospitalized; 2 deaths reported due to heatstroke nationwide See in context

"Oh well, look on the bright side, people live too long in this country anyway, its one way of getting the numbers of the aged down".This comment was from my Japanese wife.

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Posted in: Airstrike kills Taliban insurgents who downed U.S. helicopter See in context

"The US Navy seals should not be screwing around there in Afghanistan, they should be in Mexico, Guatemala, Colombia etc..all of these DRUGS are a bigger threat to the USA than a few camel jockeys Taliban lovers who are trying to take a crappy country back to the stone ages". Nice, racism AND ignorance.

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Posted in: Britain expels all Libyan diplomats loyal to Gadhafi See in context

Good for the UK! Bad bad Kaddafi! <<< no idea! This is a typical comment from someone who REALLY needs to read more. From a person who used to proud to be British.

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Posted in: U.S. issues worldwide alert against al-Qaida attacks See in context

defense chief Leon Panetta said earlier this month that the “strategic defeat” of al-Qaida is “within reach,” < Hahahahahahahaha.

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Posted in: Last leg of a long journey See in context

And he has a fan club. geez

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Posted in: Last leg of a long journey See in context

"It will take a very long time for this man to be able to take his place back into society. " Sorry but this freak should NEVER be allowed back into society.

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Posted in: Cyclists confront increasingly bumpy situation See in context

As a regular cyclist in Tokyo who actually does not cycle on the pavements I find most car users to be pretty ok, just give clear signals and follow the rules of the road. The most dangerous idiots on the road are other cyclists, especally the idiots who cycle the wrong way. Many a time i have been on a main road being overtaken only to have a dumb schoolgirl, mobile plastered to her ear, coming directly towards me causing me to have to swerve out into the trafffic. Makes me want to tazor the stupid b***ch as i pass. It amazes me that the death toll in this country for schoolkids on bikes isn't in the thousands.

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Posted in: Chavez chemotherapy under way in Cuba See in context

"But that’s about as likely to happen as a free election in Cuba." Could say the same thing about America.

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Posted in: Palin to embark on East Coast bus tour See in context

America deserves her

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Posted in: Funeral held for Miyu Uehara in Kagoshima See in context

: “I wanted her to make something of herself and then to give back to the community from which she came. I apologize to everyone on her behalf that she didn’t do so.” What a disgusting comment from her 'loving' father.

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Posted in: IMF chief jailed without bail in New York hotel sex assault case See in context

The IMF had a bad name long before this guy came along.

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Posted in: IMF head's hearing delayed in hotel sex assault case See in context

I am not saying he isn't guilty, maybe he is, I just think its fishy considering what he was actually trying to do with the IMF.

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Posted in: IMF head's hearing delayed in hotel sex assault case See in context

Hmmm another anti-corporate enemy of the state charged with a sex crime, nothing suspicious there eh?

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Posted in: Pakistan warns U.S. of supply line cut if missile attacks don't stop See in context

And just like in Iraq and Afghanistan the USA is dealing with it so well. How many dead innocents now? Collateral damage I believe the war mongering pyschos in the white house call it.

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Posted in: Pakistan warns U.S. of supply line cut if missile attacks don't stop See in context

''Pakistan is basically an artificial creation.'' and that is relevent to my comment how? Are you saying that pakistan is not a sovereign country because it was created by the uk and that gives the america government the right to treat it how they like? As for the ''read a little of my own history'' comment, are you assuming I am from pakistan? Idiots make assumptions.

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Posted in: Pakistan warns U.S. of supply line cut if missile attacks don't stop See in context

A typically ignorant comment from someone who thinks that the USA has the right to do what it likes in any sovereign country.

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Posted in: Obama tries to reassure public on economy, jobs See in context

hahah american sheeple

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Posted in: Should the U.S. release photos or video footage of Osama bin Laden's body? See in context

I think the idea of using SEALs was to avoid or minimize collateral damage because it was an urban area.

Since when has collateral damage been a concern of the self appointed 'world police'?

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Posted in: Compulsive Internet gaming addiction on the rise See in context

There are people in life that will become addicted to nearly anything, golf,soap operas, women,alcohol etc. Should we ban all of these then DICK. By the way, i think religion is by far the most damaging addiction so i would include churches in that list.

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