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Posted in: Norwegian gunman wants to see Japanese psychiatrist See in context

Norwegian security and media should grill him on the Knights Templar if is just a piece of loose shit or if he is one of the Knights Templar. He killed many innocent people you don't think other Knights Templar wouldn't pick-up what this shit has left.

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Posted in: China doubles compensation to train crash victims See in context

apart from taking the compensation, what else can the relatives do? sue the gov / train company?

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Posted in: Nissan, Chinese partner to invest $8 bil in China See in context

International partnership is always mutualistic until the local partner produce their own 'same tech', 'same standard', 'same shape' product with trademark & pattern to their own name.

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Posted in: Norway horror: 91 die in camp shooting, 7 in blast See in context

OrangeW3dge

stop your speculation. radicals and religion are independent. in fact, religion were abuse as the mean to justify their act. tamil tigers are radicals, mexican drug lords can be considered radical in term of their killing acts. abrahamist they're not.

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Posted in: Norway horror: 91 die in camp shooting, 7 in blast See in context

have a Pakistani friend (i assumed he is a muslim) working in Trondheim. still remember how he told he was so proud and lucky to be living in Norway as I compared it to Japanese environment. today must be the starting of bad days for him & his family as suspicions grow.

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Posted in: Soccer star Kumagai in hot water over Twitter remarks during party See in context

but I think what happened since the day they landed in Narita shows that they lack PR support/ briefing on how to behave after becoming a world champion.

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Posted in: Soccer star Kumagai in hot water over Twitter remarks during party See in context

Coach Norio Sasaki held a televised press conference in which he apologized Why did the coach apologized? Somebody criticize him.

It is not true that I criticized the coach. But, undoubtedly, I was so inarticulate that my words were misunderstood I think I can believe her to some extend. She is young & not used to media attention. Even Sawa is still trying to get used to it. She might just said "the coach is very rigid and the senpai as well." Somebody interpreted it as a critic & tweet.

she also posted some lewd photos of a teammate this is not good. someday we'll learn to ban it in a certain places. anyway, where are the photos?

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Posted in: Japanese women, fans savor World Cup win See in context

@NetNinja

Of course they aren't as pretty as the women bareboru team members. But Sawa and co are now the face of pure determination and diligence. Just read Kirin agreed to give 100 man for each player, not sure bout the coaching staff thou. But yes, they deserve more rewards.

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Posted in: When people are fearful, they're not going to buy your products, no matter how many times you tell them they're safe. I think this is going to be an ongoing struggle for some Japanese products, agricu See in context

naruhodo1 those tea leaves managed to find their way to France. so as far as the food chain is concern, no where is safe in japan. if you wanna plan an exodus, then plan to leave japan

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Posted in: Nintendo says server breached, but no data lost See in context

Citibank confirms data breach today. So rather than targeting J-companies, they might be targeting established companies.

Zenny11- they are now highly trained groups/experts that use insider info to make Millions

Looks like they also have a clear plan right now.

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Posted in: Evacuee finds shop robbed during brief return home See in context

i can understand about the cash & safe box.. but he still upset about foods/ drinks stolen from inside 5km radius of the reactors? what a man..

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Posted in: Nintendo says server breached, but no data lost See in context

Do we have to wait for double figure number of cases to say it might be a systematic attack on Japanese companies? But still, it might came from agitated gamers.

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Posted in: Bin Laden's sons say U.S. broke international law by killing their father See in context

AdamB

"It is the US governments responsibility to act in the best interests of the AMERICAN people, not in the best interest of the UN, the Pakistani people, or anyone else." Just so l get this right, you are saying that the US government can do whatever it wants where ever it wants in the world with no respect to sovereign nations or the UN? is that what your saying

just so..

I can't be grateful enough for coming from a country that has no direct influence (good or bad after effects) from the murdering of Bin Laden (at least up to now since the 9/11).

Reading from the comments, I can just assume that for the 'peoples playing the game at the top', peace & justice should only accounted for their own sake. So much for the survival of the fittest. Retaliations will go on. As much as Al-Qaeda to be blamed, US are complicit as well.

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Posted in: Trump says no to presidential run in 2012 See in context

can't forget what seth meyers said during the dinner..

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Posted in: Bin Laden's sons say U.S. broke international law by killing their father See in context

this is what happened when someone trying to promote pure peace. fortunately world is not full of these pathetic gloats. otherwise 9 out of 10 man need to join army.

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Posted in: Tea party favorite Ron Paul running for president See in context

good guy! people accused him as a racist. but they don't look at the contributions he made. many people regardless of color are benefited.

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Posted in: Bin Laden's sons say U.S. broke international law by killing their father See in context

it is amusing to see people talking nonsense & silly when they know they can't beat the facts. for me, i'm against any war/killing. and that's it

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Posted in: Bin Laden's sons say U.S. broke international law by killing their father See in context

WilliB

And GWB "destroyed entire Iray and Afghanistan"? What kind of bizarre statement is that? If you care to look, Iraq and Afghanistan are still there, and bigger messes than ever.

of course they don't destroy all the mountains, rivers etc.. but how about houses & hospitals & buildings just in the name of war on terrorism or misfiring. thousands died because of that, even small children & women. of coz if you hear from CNN & BBC, they wouldn't show it.

What Bush did is he tried to "liberate" these pathetic places in the misguided belief that they would turn into Western democracies.

by the same token, we can't blame bin laden or alqaeda if they also tried & will try to "liberate" pathetic US. And I agree with Tamarama. bush wants the oil reserve. just that he don't want to pay. look at who are benefited from the oil contracts after the invasion-exxonmobil, halliburton, chevron etc.

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Posted in: Bin Laden's sons say U.S. broke international law by killing their father See in context

OBL might destroyed the WTC and deserved to die, but Bush burned the entire Iraq & Afghanistan you believed ONLY Iraqis soldiers were killed/ harmed?

looking at the big picture, i simply think that both sides are extremist. be it the terrorist whatever their names or the US & its allies. the only difference is that the terrorist does not have legal govt while the allies formed govt in many countries. furthermore they have huge influence in the Utd Nation thus having the final say.

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