Mr. Noidall comments

Posted in: Police officer in koban stabbed to death in Sendai; attacker shot dead See in context

A lot of 'Mericans in here saying, "Yeah, he shoulda got shot good!"

I'm sure the regressive 'peans and 'nadians simply would've given the suspect a hug, dinner, cash, and subsequently we'd be reading about two dead cops.

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Posted in: McDonald's workers across U.S. protest against sex harassment See in context

Male: good morning. How's it going?

Female: you sexist, privaleged white male. How dare you assume things are either going good or bad for me at the moment. That's sexual harassment.

Boss to male: you're fired. And by the way, what you said and did is going on twitter and YouTube, and Facebook. You'll never work in this town, or any town for that matter, again.

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Posted in: SpaceX says billionaire Maezawa to be 1st passenger on rocket trip around moon See in context

It's not a crime to be rich. But it is despicable to be envious of others.

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Posted in: Republicans dodge, weave around Trump's hurricane tweets See in context

If only these republicans would remember what the professor said at each lecture: less agriculture, more literacy and critical thinking.

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Posted in: Gunman kills 5, then himself in southern California rampage See in context

This appears, just as guess, to be a love scandal. The husband seems to have caught his wife cheating. I don't know. Does it make it right? No. But it does highlight the emotional instability of those that will quickly shout another "mass" shooting. This clearly isn't a mass shooting.

Nevertheless it's a shooting, another opportunity for the progressives to hijack and try to score political points against the second amendment.

In fact, the second amendment is a huge check on the progressive agenda. Hence they hate it so much.

The progressive agenda explains also why Europeans tend to be the most vocal about American's right to bear arms. This, despite the fact that some European countries are more violent than the USA. I think there was a recent study that said homicides in the U.K. are off the charts. Sure, they'll tell you they're just concerned about their fellow human beings, but that's a farce. Europeans are quick to display their anti-American sentiments any other time--calling us yanks, imperialists, gluttons, and on and on and on. But when ever there's a shooting they love us.

Anyway, as tragic as this shooting is, we Americans will die for our amendment rights.

And of course, we don't have to worry about an attack from the British; but we do have to worry about the violent attacks and political agenda of the ever increasing tyrannical left.

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Posted in: Trump's U.S. loses role as Mideast peace mediator See in context

It's only right that Trump shore up support for Isreal. Since obongo, just like he gave illeagal immigrants, i.e., criminals, a path to citizenship, he's give Iran a path to a nuclear bomb with his sunset provisions.

History has shown the Israelis are more open to conditionless negotiations when they feel strong support from the USA. This faith in the USA diminished greatly under the Obama administration.

Obama's ability to shred the relationships between the USA and it's allies in the Middle East, and just his complete inertia on this issue has allowed Russia to move in as a chief negotiator.

Obama failed to enforce his so-called red line on Syria dropping chemical weapons.

Instead of killing more terrorist than other presidents as some claim, Obama drove waves of terrorists north into Europe.

One can only marvel baffledly at Obama's anti-American and anti-Western civilization policies.

Hopefully Trump will restore Egypt's, isreal's, and Jordan's faith in USA's support; though understandably so, these guys must be shaking in their boots knowing, thanks to Obama, it's only a matter of time--literally, when the restrictions expire--before Iran--read, terrorists--gets a nuclear bomb.

It only makes common sense what Trump is doing.

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Posted in: Trump's U.S. loses role as Mideast peace mediator See in context

25 years ago Clinton invited these men into his bed and all 3 of them got filthy rich.

Thank god the current president would rather sleep with pornstars.

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Posted in: Actress Yoshiko Mita’s son arrested for 4th time for using stimulant drugs See in context

It's a shame that he won't be recognized as someone with an addiction problem. Instead, he'll be looked at ad a criminal. And a criminal with connections at that. Sadly, the root of the problem will not be addressed.

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Posted in: Serena Williams fined $17,000 after U.S. Open final outburst See in context

Indeed, anyone can have an outburst. She doesn't have class because she's already had far too many outbursts..

Just like I said: bandwagon comments.

Serena has not had "far too many outbursts." She's had exacty 3 outbursts within 9 years.

Stop trying to paint her as some monster.

She's a human being that got emotional. That's it.

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Posted in: Serena Williams fined $17,000 after U.S. Open final outburst See in context

Some of these comments are utterly stupid, and clearly the posters have jumped on the bash-Serena-bandwagon because it's the current thing to do. Don't act as if Serena doesn't have class simply because she had an outburst. This woman has dominated tennis unlike any other woman in the history of the sport. Could she have handled her case differently? Sure. But aren't we all guilty of letting our emotions get the best of us sometimes when we feel strongly about something? The woman was accused of cheating. That's a serious charge; she obviously felt adamant about her position. Yeah, she probably could have had "class" ( so sick of this buzzword). How dare people act as if Serena is now all of a sudden some problem child of tennis. She's a legend; she brings in millions to the sport. She has been vital to it's popularity. Stupid bandwagon comments. Jeez!

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Posted in: Australian newspaper defies criticism, reprints Serena Williams cartoon See in context

I think katsu gets it. The artist didn't exaggerate characteristics specific to Serena. The artist instead went directly to lod racist tropes: specifically blackface of minstrel shows. It's as if the artist literally didn't have Serena in mind at all when he drew the cartoon. He soley relied on the loud black woman trope. To say otherwise is to be intellectually dishonest.

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Posted in: NFL kneeling protests resume as Trump warns of ratings fall See in context

Didn't Twitter ban him yet?

I was thinking about this the other day. The fact that Alex Jones was permanently banned from twitter. Immediately, sociali, um, um, leftist claimed that since twitter was a private platform, it didn't violate Jones' right to free speech. And I thought fair enough. But then the blatant hypocrisy hit me: why didn't the left employ the same rationale when the baker in CA refused to bake a cake for a gay couple's wedding? Instead, the left became very hostile and abusive.

But then again, the left doesn't use reason. Instead, emotions trump everything.

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Posted in: Trump wants Justice Dept to unmask author of New York Times opinion piece See in context

he can't use the legal system to go after people who just don't like or respect him

Say the people who've wanted to impeach Trump from the outset of his presidency--literally since day 1--simply because they don't like him.

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Posted in: Obama in campaign mode, back to promoting hope over fear See in context

How about killing more terrorists than any other modern president? That was a great job by Obama.

Dont forget: he also killed more women and children muslims than other presidents with his drone strikes.

Trump, however, hasnt. Trump has also hired more minorities into his staff than Obama.

Trump has also put Americans first over, say, illeagal immigrants and oil producing Arab states--unlike Obama.

Question: why do liberals, when they speak of Obama, never speak of his policies. They just say broad and subjective things like he was an eloquent speaker?

Really who cares? Do want a president that actually does good for the American people, or one who just makes you feel good. It's a rhetorical question.

Trump won. Deal with it. Or, Meanwhile, you can go join a violent, facist, communist, leftist protest and spit on and punch Trump supporters.

Recent polls suggest that African Americans have doubled their support for Trump.

The dems rely on 98% of their voter base to be poor "oppressed" professional victims. They will fight to the death to keep it that way. Hence Obama's rhetoric.

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Posted in: Obama rebukes Trump and Republicans for abuses of power; urges Democrats to vote See in context


I'm going to avoid pc, and I'll trigger some people, but...

As a black american myself, you're wrong. Most black Americans can't think for themselves politically. The few that do--the ones who choose to throw of the shackles--are called coons, uncle toms, and sellouts. Unfortunately, most blacks will blindly vote for the democratic party. It's the truth--I'm not asking you to believe me. I'm sure the pc police will sack my comment.

Luckily we have some Harriet Tubmans, if you will, in the likes of Larry Elders, John Mcwhorter, Tommy Sotomayor, who will help us escape the bondage and misery of the democratic plantation.

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Posted in: Obama rebukes Trump and Republicans for abuses of power; urges Democrats to vote See in context

I'll remember when I vote this November that it was Obama, not Trump, who killed the most muslims with his drone strikes, it was under his watch that race relations deteriorated, all he thought about was his legacy.

Sorry Obama. I'm breaking the chains and leaving the democratic plantation. Slave days are over for me.

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Posted in: Trump threatens gov't shutdown over border wall See in context

Trump shutting down the government is the best present he could possibly give to the democrats this year

Sadly for you, it won't match the gift the left gave by letting that repeat illeagal border crosser get off for murder.

I'm still hopeful my country will be able to defend its borders like every other country on earth.

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Posted in: Legal marijuana industry tries to shake 'stoner' stereotypes See in context

Whether in a suit or hippy garb, a stoner is a stoner. They all have one thing in common: they're wasted and their perception of reality is skewed.

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Posted in: Cornet shrugs off shirt change sexism, says Serena catsuit row '10,000 times worse' See in context

oh I dont know many women look damn good in a sports bra, sports bra bikini whats the problem everything is still covered. Last I checked it wasnt a crime for a man to admire the figure of healtly fit looking women.

I think it's the caveman mentality, which is transparent in your post, that the author of the comment is getting at. Constantly being hypersexual, primed and ready to see females in any situation as sex objects.

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Posted in: Glamorous Venice Film Festival courts controversy See in context

Another manifestation of the leftist pandemic spreading across Western civilization. These people don't want equality of opportunity. They want forced equality of outcome. How you can even call that art is beyond me. Where going backwards into a new style of soviet--i.e., government controlled--art.

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Posted in: Japanese government separated families by deporting 47 Vietnamese See in context


Humanitarianism means justice: giving people what they rightly desrve. It does not mean everyone should hold hands and sing kumbaya when someone breaks the law. The child is not at fault, but neither is the Japanese government. The parents are to blame. Also, this whole "foreigners have rights, and "amnesty" and "open" borders that your position inherently implies is crap IMHO.


I don't know if my family will ever be torn apart; but I can tell you if it is, it won't be because I intentionally broke the law. I can't believe leftists actually argue with such silly philosophy as you just spewed.

It makes no sense to have laws if they are not enforced because you're oversensitive and overreactionary.

If someone broke into your house because they were hungry and they killed your dog and kicked your kids our of bed, would also be just as forgiving?

You guys argue for humanitarianism but you sound more like globalists.

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Posted in: 3 dead, including gunman in shooting at video game tournament in Florida See in context

We have enough gun laws in place, problem is, a lot of them are not severely strictly enforced as in the case of Chicago.

Using gangbangers engulfed in civil war is bs way to obfuscate the issue and argue for 2nd amendment rights.

Be a manly 2nd amendment-er and talk responsibly and admit that it has flaws.

How many non-chicagoans/ non-gangbanging/ middle-class-done everything by the book maniacs have shot up innocent folks while their backs were turned in the USA in the last year? Everytime your response is to revert the issue to chicago. C'mon man!

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Posted in: Japanese government separated families by deporting 47 Vietnamese See in context

everyone who breaks the law gets separated from their children, even legal citizens.


What a disgusting undertone this headline and article carry.

These writers decided on borrowed interest: use the current political climate around immigration in the USA to spin a narrative here in Japan.


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Posted in: Why doesn’t the U.S. adopt the metric system? See in context


You're trying to bend your argument into exotic shapes. Most of the public aren't astronauts. Besides, all courses related to sciences in the USA are taught in the metric system. Thesr guys just bungled their math. You cant blame the systrn here.

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Posted in: Why doesn’t the U.S. adopt the metric system? See in context

I thought there was a question: why doesn't the USA switch to the metric system? Not: please take a moment to find something trivial with which to couch and showcase your anti-Americanism.

In this day and age, when I can just speak into my smartphone and get instant conversations; when switching the USA to the metric system today means disrupting the worlds biggest economy tomorrow; what other reason could justify a stupid move except anti-Americanism?

Their argument: it's not about convenience. It's about antagonizing the USA because it's the top dog; i.e., collective European passive aggression.

Can't drive on the correct side of the road either.

No such thing as the "correct" side of the road. It's all relative. This is tired platitude used by POMS. The Germans, who blow the rest of Europe away in automotive technology, also drive on the same side as the USA. Snooty Londoners also wonder why the rest of the world doesn't switch to their type of English.

Probably because there is a slight chance that the government of the U.S. think it's the center of the world, i think.

Maybe not the world, but definitely the center of global bodies such as the UN, NATO, etc. USA decisions have world altering consequences.

I guess ignorance and frustration are at the center of others' worlds.

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Posted in: Melania Trump's parents get U.S. citizenship under program slammed by Trump See in context

What I hate about this entire immigration thing is that actual Americans have little say in the argument. The loudest people are either immigrants or Europeans and all the crooked politicians. But actual everyday Americans have no right to voice their opinion lest they be scolded on how their ancestors washed up on American shores in a sob story. Basically, Americans have no right to feel a sense of country--because America is the dominant country, the rest of the world takes it for granted ( they take it for an inalienable right) that America is a free-for-all. The loudest people in this argument are non-americans; and if Americans even think about having a unified country and culture (insane--i know) they are either land robbers, rapists, murderers, racists, enslavers, etc. But they're never the folks busting they're butts, paying taxes into a corrupt system that supports the rest of the world. Nope, they're stupid Americans who better not dare speak up about immigration in their country--I know Americans who dare to say our country are by default racist, imperialistic, rapers and robbers. I know, I know.

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Posted in: Phone scammers arrested after one forgets ‘fraud manual,’ phones at convenience store See in context

I've forgotten many a document in the machines myself. I feel for these guys--not!

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Posted in: 1 dead, dozens of hostages freed after Los Angeles market standoff See in context

Apparently the US cops can exercise control when it comes to shooting people. Apparently, you can shoot at the cops, kill two people and not get shot. But what ever you do, don't run--you may get shot in the back. And don't be selling loose cigs on the street--the cops will chokehold you to death. Umm....

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Posted in: Obama delivers veiled rebuke to Trump in speech marking centenary of Nelson Mandela's birth See in context

IMHO, there are no fewer racist, misogynistic, ignorant fools in American society today than there ever has been - it's just that they've been exposed. Also increasingly exposed is the inherent advantage held by a certain American demographic, which also composes the core of the GOP's shrinking number.

Yeah, it's ugly at the moment, but progress often is.

You can't say there's the same amount of racism in one breath, and then say progress in the next. American leftism is so strange: there's progress, but yet there's a white hood around every corner. There's no white privilege either. That's just the foundation on which white guilt rests, which funds the race card, lets white liberals feel good, keeps American racism going.

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