Mr. Noidall comments

Posted in: South Korea to send 50,000 tons of rice to North Korea See in context

Sounds great! But I wonder how much of it will go to the dear leader and how much of it will go to the people outside of Pyongyang.

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Posted in: Arctic could face another record hot year See in context

yes its could be possibly too late, but it takes a moron to not believe that humans have played a major part in the dramatic climate changes we see today.

Don't forget the morons that keep screaming as if there's a switch on the wall that people are just refusing to flip;and only if they would flip it all this would stop instantly. Humans had a role, but guess who has a role in trying to combat it? Humans! Plastics are banned, we recycle, cars have emissions regulations--hybrids exist, wind turbines are up, people are making better shopping choices, home owners get tax breaks for using things like solar energy, we're implored to tirn the water off when we brush our teeth. What else do you suggest?

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Posted in: 'They slipped ¥10,000 bills into rice balls' — Bizarre election corruption in Aomori revealed See in context

Those onogiris were onegais

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Posted in: Reverence for tradition threatens same-sex marriage in Japan See in context

Apparently God made us all in his own image, gay, straight and those bent well out of shape. So blame God let his creation live their lives without being ostasized.

God made Hitler, too. Not comparing Hitler to the lgbt community; I'm just saying, the "god made us all" argument is not a good one.

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Posted in: Reverence for tradition threatens same-sex marriage in Japan See in context

Let’s be clear, you don’t make human rights. They exist. Some people deny them to others.

They don't just exist. The only thing universal about morals and rights is that they are subjective--with the exception of incest, which has been documented in all human societies. So when you say equal rights for one group, there's always a compromise at the expense of another group. What's a right and what's not is always a human decision. Your pontificating of certain rights for homosexuals comes at the expense of rights for the religiously inclined. Then you'll say the religious are just dinosaurs out of touch, blah, blah, blah--but that's just more subjectivity. It's all like entropy.

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Posted in: Trump calls London mayor a 'disaster' after a spate of killings See in context

Trump may be crass, but the truth doesn't always need to come in a beautiful package. Muslim patrols, people doing salat in the streets and parks just to wave a middle finger at the native populace, random car rammings--London has fallen from grace, and the so-called compassionates stand by and holler for more.

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Posted in: Reverence for tradition threatens same-sex marriage in Japan See in context

if your contingency on the support for LGBT people hangs on them being silent

That's not what I mean. I don't expect lgbt people to be silent; but I don't want to hear them shouting into a bullhorn into another bullhorn that's directed into an amplifier. Your life should revolve around more than sexual identity. Sex is only a small part of life if you choose to look at the bigger picture. It seems to me that the lgbt community says: first I am queer, second I am human; when I think it should be the other way around.

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Posted in: Reverence for tradition threatens same-sex marriage in Japan See in context

I wonder how you would have felt back in the '60s if people said this:

I do not care what people do with their own lives, but this constant beating over the head of the black agenda is slowly seroding my sympathy and support for the black community.

I am also tired of people hijacking the black struggle to fit their agenda. Centuries of slavery and jim crow do not even come close to not being able to come out of the closet. To conflate the two is highly wrong and offensive.

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Posted in: Reverence for tradition threatens same-sex marriage in Japan See in context

I used to not care about what people do concerning their own lives--I still don't--but this constant beating over the head with gay agenda is slowly eroding my sympathy and support for the lgbt ?????????????????????????? ??????????????????????????????????????????????? community.

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Posted in: John Legend on abortion law boycotts: 'Money talks' See in context

I meant to say your use of the word access is doublespeak for free.

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Posted in: John Legend on abortion law boycotts: 'Money talks' See in context

Funny when guys join in the abortion debate. Same ones who want control of it are the same who would deny any access for women to debate if it's men getting sterilized or castrated.

It's because your use of of the word "free" is doublespeak for free, aka, on the tax payer's dime.

Go ahead: have sex when you want where you want and with whom you want--just accept personal responsibility and don't ask tax payers to pay for your personal choices.

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Posted in: John Legend on abortion law boycotts: 'Money talks' See in context

No actual babies are being killed. I do wish people (men) would stop laying that guilt trip on women.

Former Planned Parenthood Clinic manager, Abby Johnson (woman!) , would say true indeed you are killing babies; and indeed Kermit Gosnell is rotting in prison for killing thousands of babies.

If the so-called glob of cells were not alive, there would be no need for an abortion in the first place.

The "blob" has it's own dna. A mother can drink alcohol and not suffer life altering damage while the "blob" suffers birth defects. So, yes, it's an independent life!

No woman has ever given birth to a giraffe; what's inside the womb is a human life. What women are killing is human life.

As long as nature requires a man to make a baby, and as long as men pay taxes and have valid moral opinions, they have a say.

Using your logic, Roe vs. Wade needs to be thrown out since 9 men on the supreme court decided over that case.

My guess is you're okay with men deciding when it's convenient, and you're are against men deciding when it's inconvenient. Misandry doesn't give women a pass to kill babies.

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Posted in: John Legend on abortion law boycotts: 'Money talks' See in context

The difference between this and the gay-bakery case is the issue of discrimination. Boycotting these states have nothing to do with discrimination, it rests on the believe that a woman's body is hers and that life doesn't start at conception or with a heartbeat

Cognitive disassociation.

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Posted in: John Legend on abortion law boycotts: 'Money talks' See in context

the idea that any state would get involved in making a reproductive decision for a woman "is just unconscionable to me.

Yet he expects the federal government to fund abortion--which means pro-life taxpayers should pay for abortions! This guy doesn't understand the word unconscionable! Happy to say I have never bought a John Legend album.

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Posted in: John Legend on abortion law boycotts: 'Money talks' See in context

but if you get pregnant there you're going to be treated like a second-class citizen," he said. 

Perfect example of straw man argument, and a testament to the insanity of the left.

Not being able to kill babies at your own discretion does not equal being treated like a second class citizen. Nevertheless, that's a classic bully tactic of the left.

The left doesn't see the glaring hypocrisy. For example, a bakery is not allowed to deny service to a gay couple because of the bakery's beliefs; yet hollywood can strongarm anybody who doesn't agree with them.

This is a total insult. Apparently, if you don't march in lockstep, aka, fascism, then you deserve to have your livelihood messed with.

It's a shame to hear this coming from an African American, when Margret Sanger started planned parenthood with the purpose of euthanizing and terminating blacks. Even today, you have a better chance of being aborted as an African American fetus than you do of being born.

Just sick, sick, sick all around.

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Posted in: Domino’s Japan unleashes 1 kilo of cheese pizza See in context

New Yorker 1 kilo Ultimate Cheese

I have had the best pizza in NYC--Di Fara, Grimaldi's, John's, and even the convenience store slice--and I can safely say: these people don't have a clue about NYC pizza. A regular slice is buffalo mozzarella, tomato sauce, and olive oil--all imported from Itlay. What makes a NYC pizza unique is the crust--made with good ol' pure NYC tap water.

It always amazes me hoe Japanese freak out over other countries making sushi, etc, but they abuse the crap out of national dishes from other places.

No New Yorker would ever commit such a heinous act as putting 1 kilo of processed cheese on a pie.

All I have to say to the Japanese in my best tatamae voice ever is: eat up and enjoy, you're getting the real deal.

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Posted in: Hillary Clinton: Mueller report shows obstruction occurred See in context

I can't believe anything that comes out of her mouth.

She's crooked, and judging from her past actions, I'm convinced she's a racist.

The more she tries hold our attention hostage, the more pathetic she looks.

How can she keep a straight face when she accuses other people is explainable by only one reason: she's evil.

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Posted in: 'Central Park Five' accuse Trump of stoking public rage See in context

Um, yeah, because people want a society of equal opportunity.

No you don't! You want equal outcome!

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Posted in: 'Central Park Five' accuse Trump of stoking public rage See in context

Um, yeah, because people want a society of equal opportunity. The majority of people swing left on social issues.

Hence the problems in society: poverty, crime, corruption, homelessness, racial tentions: all at their highest peaks in districts run by the left: baltimore chicago, Detroit, south central La, san Francisco, and on and on. Things will never change because the left profits from all this. Bohemian hippies get to live irresponsibly and have a career as an activist--think about that: a career as activist. Professional victims. Things will only get worse under the left's rule.

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Posted in: Australian police raid public broadcaster amid media crackdown See in context

Seems treadstone and blackbriar are real. I hope my phone didn't just pop up on a screen in london somewhere.

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Posted in: Trump calls London mayor 'stone cold loser' as he arrives in Britain See in context

Just saw a news report where they introduced observations backed bu statistics: the anti-Trump crowd types that are protesting seem to put their placards down and suddenly go hush when leaders from countries famous for human rights abuses visit. Look at the condition of London and it all makes sense. London is now an outpost of the ME.

What John Gleese said was thought provoking: London had the highest anti-brexit voters in all of England.

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Posted in: Trump calls London mayor 'stone cold loser' as he arrives in Britain See in context

A minority of voters elected Trump.

Every poll out there shows a majority of Americans still disapprove of his performance.

On what possible grounds are you putting forward the idea that disapproving of Trump is a minority view?

Sorry man, Trump won. Stop listening to the liberal media as they fathom every excuse under the sun as to why this duly elected president isn't the president.

Get over 2016 already!

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Posted in: Trump calls London mayor 'stone cold loser' as he arrives in Britain See in context

The U.S. has been embarrassed enou

You don't speak for the majority of Americans. The USA elected Trump, and experts who have a successful record of predicting election outcomes, already have Trump winning 2020.

Can you imagine the embarrassment when the dems lose to Trump again?

The one and only platform the dems are running on--get Trump by any means necessary--is a complete embarrassment.

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Posted in: Trump heads to Europe at a time of remembrance, turmoil See in context

So when was America great, if we're making it great "again"? What was the idyllic age of the USA?

Factories, manufacturing, jobs, smaller government, personal responsibility.

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Posted in: Trump heads to Europe at a time of remembrance, turmoil See in context

Regressive insanity would be appealing to nationalistic fervor by remembering some glorified past - that probably never existed.

Since it never existed then, the logical conclusion is that MAGA is not a dog whistle to white nationalist and a time characterized by the "good ol' days"; rather it means restructuring unfair trade deals, putting the welfare of American citizens over the interests of illegal aliens; boosting the economy and public morale and patriotism. It's nice to see you finally get it and agree that MAGA is not racist.

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Posted in: Trump heads to Europe at a time of remembrance, turmoil See in context

That’s a man you want next to you in the trenches, eh?

Yep! And not only me.

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Posted in: Trump heads to Europe at a time of remembrance, turmoil See in context

You are all over the place trying to defend this.

Not trying in the least. I love a president that can stand up to fascist, troll the haters, and that loves his own country.

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Posted in: Trump heads to Europe at a time of remembrance, turmoil See in context

If he has nothing to be ashamed of why did he deny saying it?

Haven't you figured it out that Trump is a master and loves trolling the regressives? I admit, it's funny watching the hysteria that comes with his every sway and bend.

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Posted in: Trump heads to Europe at a time of remembrance, turmoil See in context

For our children and grand-children's sake, I hope Europe remembers - the upcoming anniversary of the D-Day Landings is a good place to start...

The Europe those heroes died to liberate is not the same Europe, and today's Europe doesn't emulate the ideals those heroes died for. It's an insult and intellectually dishonest to pretend otherwise. They must be turning in their graves. What you call far right extremism is nothing more than common sense liberalism fighting against the spring of regressive insanity.

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Posted in: Trump heads to Europe at a time of remembrance, turmoil See in context

Trump lied about trash-talking Megan Markle. He should be man enough to own up to his bitchiness.

He has nothing to be ashamed of. She forfeited her right to criticize the moment she decided to marry into a system that's basically a relic of feudalism. She now siphons her living off the plates of the hardworking British serfs..

She can go with her security entourage into the east end and pretend to care in front of the cameras.

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