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Posted in: ASEM kicks off See in context

he seems to have a firm grip on her hand. Wonder how relations really are?

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Posted in: Segway company owner dies after falling off cliff See in context

Sounds like a great guy, but what an ironic way to go.

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Posted in: Tokyo film festival to open with 'The Social Network' and close with 'The Town' See in context

Good luck!

Wish the films could tour the country a bit. Or is Tokyo really the only cultural city in Japan?

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Posted in: What do you think is the fairest method of income tax? See in context

Depends on what tax is used for...

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Posted in: Smoking scenes on the decline in movies See in context

One episode of mad men will have you smoking a carton of luckys and downing a fith of scotch.

So true! I can7t help but wonder who is funding that series...

Thank you for smoking is a great movie that sums up the smoking industy

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Posted in: Where has the wonder of innovation gone? See in context

Im personally waiting for a Tardis to be invented

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Posted in: Why is politics, which could and should be a noble profession, conducted so badly? See in context

Anybody who wants to be in power, should not be in power

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Posted in: Where has the wonder of innovation gone? See in context

There are a lot of people comparing the last 60 years to 60 years before it, and it is true there has been lees invention and more emphasis on reinvention.

So what?

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Posted in: 3 teens suspended after beating kangaroo to death See in context

Who raises kids like these?

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Posted in: Man reports false fire, hitches ride on fire engine See in context

Hats off

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Posted in: Who has the best claim to the Senkaku Islands: Japan, China or Taiwan? See in context

Ask the people who live there. They have the most to win or loose.

Any of the above aforementioned will just exploit the Island

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Posted in: Mao Kobayashi launches new burger See in context

A clever piece of marketing!

While the burger is not the healthiest, most people here will only visit a burger joint once a month, at the most.

Unlike some other countries, where it is considered as a meal once or twice a week...

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Posted in: Who has the best claim to the Senkaku Islands: Japan, China or Taiwan? See in context

Why not ask the original people from Senkaku?

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Posted in: Google search accelerates with 'instant' results See in context

Well Im happy with 0.01 of a second wait. Not sure if I need 0.001.

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Posted in: Do you think events like 9/11, the attack on Pearl Harbor, the A-bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki and so on should be commemorated each year or would you rather see the dates fade into history witho See in context

I dont think commemorating will stop anything.

I personally think while they are tragic events, we do not need to have a ceremony.

Maybe a remembrance day once a year, for all people lost in war.

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Posted in: What are some of your candidates for the worst movie of all time? See in context

2 girls 1 cup

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Posted in: Tokyo International Film Festival to commemorate Bruce Lee’s 70th anniversary See in context

He is the best number two!

I am the best!

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Posted in: Woman arrested over 5-year-old daughter's death See in context

Ummm Im guessing there is no father in the picture?

the mother explained that she had no confidence in her ability to raise a child

Check

she wanted to kill herself

Fail

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Posted in: 6 Americans on medical team killed in Afghanistan See in context

yabits

Yeah there used to be an international agreement. But it was too tempting to try and smuggle agents using that cover.

Now, anyone is open game....

Sad for those true heroes

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Posted in: Wonder of the world See in context

Isn't he precious...

....We have been heaven blessed

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Posted in: 6 Americans on medical team killed in Afghanistan See in context

If CIA stopped posing as Aid workers, maybe Aid workers could be left to do what they are supposed to do.

Shame on CIA for posing as Aid workers, Journalists etc. You kill many innocent people by doing so.

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Posted in: Kan's wife criticizes him in new book See in context

I read somewhere she is his cousin. Is it true?

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Posted in: NZ teen survives 16-story fall onto concrete floor See in context

Lol @ Sarge!!

Much easier the higher you fall from!

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Posted in: Do you think a man holding a door open for a woman, holding her chair for her when she sits down, or giving up his seat for her are outmoded gestures of politeness or do they still have their place in See in context

I dont think this is a matter of chivalry or manners.

It is more a case of common sense.

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Posted in: Do you think a man holding a door open for a woman, holding her chair for her when she sits down, or giving up his seat for her are outmoded gestures of politeness or do they still have their place in See in context

I gave my seat up for an old bloke the other day, when the old bloke went to get off, some young Japanese guy tried to get the seat and the old man blasted the young guy! He also made sure I got the seat back before he got off.

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Posted in: NZ teen survives 16-story fall onto concrete floor See in context

His fall was broken by..Iron!

Thats one tough guy!

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Posted in: DiCaprio has plenty to dream about See in context

not a fan of DiCaprio at all.

Or anyone with 2 capitol letters in their last name!

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Posted in: The shrinking state of Japanese salarymen's pocket money See in context

1/3 of my cash goes to the wife. Bills, mutual savings, etc.

1/3 into my personal savings.

1/3 I do what ever I like with.

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Posted in: In some countries, there are moves to ban or restrict the wearing of religious clothing and symbols such as burqas, veils, head scarves, skullcaps, turbans and crucifixes in public places like schools See in context

I think its up to every country to decide for itself.

If I go to Iran and get asked to wear traditional clothing, I will happily oblige.

People have the choice of what country they would like to visit or live, so they can decide, and have to accept the rules of that country.

I feel sorry though for the people already living in France who wear religious clothing, the rules were changed while they are living there, now they have to either give up their faith, or their home. Tough choice.

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Posted in: Playing for high steaks See in context

Not a big fan of Aussie beef, especially Aussie Lamb (it IS stinky).

The animals are artificially fed and it affects the taste and quality.

Even the so called 'grass fed' beef, does not have the taste it should.

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