Mr. Noidall comments

Posted in: Staying positive: 6 tips for beating the winter blues in Japan See in context

If you're in Japan suffering from winter blues, culture shock, a craving for authentic taco bell, then just go home. Seriously.

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Posted in: Democrat Julian Castro launches 2020 U.S. presidential bid See in context

*you're

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Posted in: Democrat Julian Castro launches 2020 U.S. presidential bid See in context

Nobody is pro-abortion. You make it sound as if abortion provides hand out punch cards so you get your 11th abortion free.

Your probably the only person that can be sarcastic and truthful at the same time.

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Posted in: U.S. House passes bills that would end government shutdown, without wall funds See in context

Your right. It has nothing to do with Trump supporters' behavior. I was talking about the democrats' behavior. If you want non-sequiturs just look up above. That's all you get, especially from the potato guy.

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Posted in: U.S. House passes bills that would end government shutdown, without wall funds See in context

You're clearly not aware of the impression a lot of Trump supporters make.

Clearly they have. I mean, people have been and are getting physically assaulted, blocked in traffic, and asked to leave a place of business such as a restaurant just for supporting Trump.

It's clear you guys are very democratic and embody everything America stands for.

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Posted in: U.S. House passes bills that would end government shutdown, without wall funds See in context

anyway, its all yours now. start legislating. we still have the Senate and the White House to prevent anything crazy from getting passed, so show what you can come up with on a bipartisan basis to solve the problems our country has.

Exactly! It doesn't even matter if Trump gets booted out. The whole fiasco the democrats have created since Trump won, and the pouting and hysteria of the democratic fans proved beyond a doubt the democrats are not concerned with democracy or the well-being of the country. It doesn't matter what happens to Trump. It'll be difficult for me to vote for demo-rats ever again.

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Posted in: Trump pushes for border wall money as top lawmakers receive briefing See in context

So "bubble" is the democratic catch phrase for 2019? You guys always speak in the same language. Learn a different language why don't ya, and maybe things won't sound so strange to.

P.S.: I didn't intend to offend you by saying things you interpret to be strange. I totally respect your safe space.

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Posted in: Trump pushes for border wall money as top lawmakers receive briefing See in context

Here's an eye opener to lies of the democrats concerning immigration.

https://youtu.be/R-HS8P0l_KU

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Posted in: Trump pushes for border wall money as top lawmakers receive briefing See in context

What changed Senator Schumer?

The Democratic party is the party of the masses. They change their position constantly in order to appeal to the masses since the democratic party's only concern is votes--either illeagal or not; dead or alive. They're the pop music and Jerry Springer of politics. Chuck the Schmuck is just playing the game. Then Trump won. The democratic party is realizing that people are slowly waking up to the realities of the democratic plantation. They are scared of losing votes. Hence they want amnesty for all and sundry. Open boarders, free food, health care, education, etc. They know illeagals, when given amnesty and welfare, will vote for the democrats. The biggest weapon of the democratic party is welfare.

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Posted in: Netflix drops satire episode critical of Saudi Arabia See in context

his is not true, of course. Conservative variants of Islam certainly restrict what a woman can dress in, yes but your statement pretends that this is a universal requirement for all Muslim women. It isn't.

Oh but it is true. The cultural Marxism and political correctness are getting quite stale.

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Posted in: Japanese school explains why it won't let cold schoolgirl wear tights under her skirt See in context

Western dudes who are experts about how Japanese HS girls feel about their uniforms. Priceless.

Classic! LMFAO!

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Posted in: Police holding cells evolving to meet Japan's changing demographics See in context

Just put a sofa an ottoman in the cells. Surf and turf meals 4 times a day. That should keep the career activists quiet.

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Posted in: Shiseido Japan’s same-sex kiss ad wins gold in Epica advertising awards See in context

Just do anything celebrating the collective victimhood of the sacred groups--blacks, women, lgbt, latinos, and muslims,, in descending order of victimhood status--and you're sure to win an award.

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Posted in: Drunk vice principal loses job after urinating in girls bathing area on field trip See in context

Ironically, he did teach us a valuable lesson in the end.

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Posted in: Trump urges Mexico to send migrants home after border melee See in context

This statement is a distortion of reality.

No, in your distorted reality woman and children are perpetual victims. Even when they're blatently breaking laws. I suspect your heart broke when you read that the criminal mob's initial violence was answered with tear gas. Boo hoo hoo. They should turn around, march back to their own countries and make them livable again.

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Posted in: Trump urges Mexico to send migrants home after border melee See in context

Reality doesn't fit my narrative . . . Make up a conspiracy theory!!!

No, it's not a conspiracy theory. And ad hominem arguments are a radical leftist's mainstay. Left wing ideologues know that they can summon the mob anytime by provoking incidents and then quickly play the victim. See:

"Images of barefoot children choking on tear gas thrown by US Customs and Border Patrol should shock us to our core," Vicki Gass, Oxfam America Senior Policy Advisor for Central America said.

As an analogy, you can't pick a fight and then cry bloody victim when you get punched. These "migrants" know they can play off the guilt and ignorance of the white liberal--the people who'd sell their soul not to be labeled a racist. They are blatently breaking the law, threatening the safety and livlihood of Americans. These scammers are riding the world-wide wave that says because America is the world's super power, everyday Americans are oppressors who don't deserve what they have worked for, America doesn't have a right to regulate it's borders, the morally superior victims have a right to pilliage and plunder the system and exploit every loophole. Needless to say, anyone, especially a white male, go against this, by default they are a racist nazi (there's redundacy for ya) I can't believe how retarted these stupid, self-hating, emasculate Americans actually think that thousands of un-vetted people rushing to climb over the border is actually a human right, and those trying to impose law and order are somehow evil antitheses of morally upright humans.

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Posted in: Trump clashes with conservative U.S. chief justice over judiciary See in context

I disagreed with Trump when he sent that CNN reporter walking. Even though I disagree with CNN, too. But I believe in the system of checks and balances, and Trump seems to not understand the importance of that system. But when there are things like this: "Trump on Tuesday took aim at U.S. District Judge Jon Tigar in San Francisco, who on Monday temporarily blocked an order by the president that barred asylum for immigrants who enter the country illegally from Mexico. Tigar was appointed by Democratic former President Barack Obama.

This was an Obama judge," Trump said. "And I'll tell you what. It's not going to happen like this anymore."

I have supportive sentiments towards Trump after digesting this. I just don't understand the difficulty with understanding that people need to go through a customs line with a passport to enter any country. What is so hard about that? Please tell me.

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Posted in: Climate change could cost U.S. 'hundreds of billions' a year: study See in context

Another artical with wide sweeping generalizations. The article just said climate change will cost billions. It said damage to infrastructure but didn't say how. Then it tried to lead me in a certain direction with the photo of what I first thought was the recent California fire. Putting the photo there suggests climate change caused the fire in CA when I heard it was a camp fire--a different kind of human error. Then the article said even if we do cut emissions, bad things will linger for years to come. A great scare tactic is what that is.

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Posted in: Japan's rising sun flag removed from classroom at Canadian school See in context

I'd say that poster gave a hell of a more illuminating and plausible explanation than this tirade:

Your trial at explaining away war crime memorabilia is laughable. Why should it matter how long an object was in use? This particular war crime item was mounted during the subjugation and indiscriminate mauling of South East Asia et al. The only reason there aren't as many voices raised about its abolition is because they simply haven't gotten around to it. That and the economic power Japan wields over them. Wake up!!

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Posted in: S Korea to dissolve Japan-funded 'comfort women' foundation See in context

That statue--what a celebration of victimhood, weakness, of being conquered. They put beautiful knittings around her. It's like the jews worshipping the golden calf in the desert. When you've physically been defeated, you're only option is to launch a moral attack on your opponent, rearrange their values. Victors become despicable oppressors, losers become virtuous victims. Beating the winners of war over the head with a moral stick is the favorite activity of the victims. That's where their power rests. Of course South Korea will revise, revise, and revise any deals that attempt to bring thid saga to an end. They don't want to forfeit their power, which to them is the moral high ground. This drama will continue indefinitely until Japan owns their actions and says: yes, we conquered your sorry asses, we were stronger, you couldn't stop us. Tell us we're evil all you want. That doesn't help you physically one bit. The victim card workd the race race card: it only works if the party the card is played against feels guilty about their dominant actions.

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Posted in: Japan's rising sun flag removed from classroom at Canadian school See in context

"Take off the Sun Rise Flag in an Educational Environment" 

Unfortunately for these millennial types a proper educational environment is one in which there are no oppossing view points, no questions, and where feelings are more important than reason.

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Posted in: 4 killed, including gunman and police officer, in shooting at Chicago hospital See in context

Then how will you protect yourself if you are attacked on the way to the airport? Happens all the time

Funny you say that sarcastically--you mean to say getting attacked at airport is a slim chance and packing a weapon would be overkilling it. Yet you turn around and say absurdly that you might get attacked by a milkor mlg. What's more likely to happen? Getting attacked at the airport or getting shot by a milkor mlg? Of course you have a better chance of getting attacked at the airpprt. Your flipflopping between sarcasim and absurdity as you see fit reveals that you really don't understand the issue and uour just jumping on the sjw bandwagon.

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Posted in: 4 killed, including gunman and police officer, in shooting at Chicago hospital See in context

I didn't even know what an milkor mlg was. Seems this gun nutter knows more about guns than the rest of us.

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Posted in: 1st snow of season in Sapporo latest ever recorded See in context

The year 1890 was the last time Nov 20 marked the season's first snow in Sapporo, the largest city in Hokkaido, the observatory said.

Ok then. This has happened before. Obviously there weren't cars and planes back then, so that couldn't be necessarily blamed on man. Seems like more fearmongering from the left. We need to wonder about the years between 1890 and now. Why now are things getting back to normal?

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Posted in: 4 killed, including gunman and police officer, in shooting at Chicago hospital See in context

We take our guns to the toilet with us, to the attic, the basement, when we take the trash out.

Yes

Proof?

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Posted in: 4 killed, including gunman and police officer, in shooting at Chicago hospital See in context

The radical left so desperatley want to get rid of the 2nd amendment. That's the only thing stopping their plan to turn America into marxist state. They want to ban speech they don't agree with as hate speech, they want to abolish private property; they want to scrap equal opportunity and replace it with equal outcome; they don't want racial and gender equality, they want racial and gender equity; they want a world without borders; they want chaos and rule by the mob. None of this, however, will ever take place as long as the 2nd amendment is in place.

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Posted in: 4 killed, including gunman and police officer, in shooting at Chicago hospital See in context

Welcome to the good ole US of A.

Damn good reason not to visit.

I wish you'd scream a little louder. Especially at all the illegals trying to get in.

"This tears at the soul of our city. It is the face and consequence of evil,"

Not the numbers of people shot in Chicago just this weekend.

yes, guns don’t kill people! People [with guns] kill people.

So do people with knives, cars, pipes, bats, etc. This argument suggests you don't care if 5 people are stabbed are 80 people run over; you only care when 10 people are shot.

if gun owners are not part of the solution, they are part of the problem

responsible gun owners are not part of the problem. You don't know them, and they don't deserve your attack because of what some crack did. Check your statistics: look up how many gun owners there are compared to the amount of actual mass shootings. You'll see that the number of responsible owners outnumbers by millions the number of nutters. It's the same with trucks crashing into crowds; people wielding knives at a mall. But identity politics has spilled into the whole gun thing: SJWs, the vanguard of the mob, have made the NRA synonymous with white males,i.e., oppressors; and everyone else victims. Just look at the comments above. Almost all of them condemn the NRA and not the attacker. The knee-jerk reaction--of the herd mentality--is to slam the NRA for any gun shootings--unless it's black-on-black gun violence like the kind that defines Chicago. In that case, it's the white man's fault. And of course, that goes back to the NRA. It's a cycle of delerium.

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Posted in: 340,000 foreigners may flow into Japan in 5 years under new visa system See in context

There are many Asians countries that will soon be in a position to do everything better than Japanese due to the fact the Japanese education system regarding English is about as low as you can get. Like it or not English is the business language in the world and Japanese have failed at this miserably. Such a great country, but why the hell would anybody want to study so hard to learn Japanese only to get paid a few peanuts and a rabbit cage to sleep in.

I don't think so. I believe technology will make the need for English language skills unnecessary. Computer programs will cut out the need.

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Posted in: Merkel marks Nazi 'Kristallnacht' against Jews with synagogue speech See in context

Merkel has her hand in the new rising of the far right in Germany. Her loose policy on refugees is destroying Europe--of course Germans are going to go far right (I actually don't think standing up for your culture and way of life is far right--but I digress.) Poor Germans: just because of the holocaust, they will be forever barred from teying to keep Germany German. That's why Angela did it. Progressive politicians were standing by salivating at the chance to say: see, there go those nazis again. Now Europe is in more ruins than the great collosium.

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