nemoflow comments

Posted in: Should same-sex couples be entitled to equal social security benefits? See in context

Was not talking about the benefits the child gets, rather I was referring to the lame excuse that same sex marriage is not valid due to the inability to pro-create.

What you said is accurate.

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Posted in: What do you think about the Blu-ray disc format? See in context

Yeah, I totally agree. The disc as a storage medium is dead. Anyone buying discs is way out of the loop.

You can get a 1TB HD in Sofmap for less than 10,000yen now. Think how many movies that will hold!

Even a 32gb USB stick can hold more than enough movies for a couple of nights in.

I guess most people are stuck in their ways though, and don't ever question what they are hand fed.

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Posted in: 3-D without glasses See in context

Mate, he is TOTALLY wearing glasses. Get close to your screen.

They are frameless lenses, so hard to see, admittedly. Look at the shadow on his cheek also.

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Posted in: Muslim group warns 'South Park' creators of death See in context

It wasn't even Mohammed in the bear suit in the end, it was Santa Claus.

Muslims are ridiculous sometimes.

Like someone else said, we need more of this stuff. The more everyone laughs at them, the better it will be.

I might set up a website where readers can post in their impressions of Mohammed. That would be ace!

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Posted in: Should same-sex couples be entitled to equal social security benefits? See in context

The argument that same sex partnerships can not have children and therefore don't deserve the same benefits is redundant when you take into account adoption.

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Posted in: 3-D without glasses See in context

Init. TV is going to the way of dance music, in the late 1990's; technogical advancements are making a severe lack of content.

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Posted in: Which country's beef gets your vote for the tastiest? See in context

Yeah, British beef for me.

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Posted in: What do you think about the Blu-ray disc format? See in context

okasurferdude; Betamax was a better format than VHS, so you will have actually downgraded.

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Posted in: What do you think about the Blu-ray disc format? See in context

redninja; how were you involved in Blu-Ray development?

everyone; who the hell buys discs anymore! N00bz

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Posted in: Oh my darling See in context

Yeah, it is ridiculous. It is a premise that would only be accepted with such enthusiasm in Japan. If a film with this title and story was released in the UK, there would be uproar.

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Posted in: DiCaprio closes the shutters See in context

Just seen Shutter Island. Pretty good.

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Posted in: Country Ma'am cookies See in context

Come on, while they we criticise them for a lot of stuff, their food is superb! I will be giving these a shot for sure!

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Posted in: Get smart See in context

"Yeah, the one on the left. Actually, no. All of them together, I'm just watching...", G. Keenan.

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Posted in: Bare statistics mask human cost of Japan’s high suicide rate See in context

A fairly well written list of cliches repeated ad-finitum in Gaijin bars the length of the country.

The suicide rate in Japan isn't going to change. Only thing to worry about it not becoming one of the number.

I mean, who HONESTLY cares about the amount of suicides? Darwinism in motion...

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Posted in: All-in-one keyboard See in context

A keyboard with presets.

Ha.

190,000yen? Nah. Roland were good with the SH101, their x0x boxes, etc, but the V-Synth stuff just sounds too Japanese.

You can get a couple of Nord Leads or a single second hand Access Virus TI for the same price.

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Posted in: Three cheers See in context

Yummy.

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Posted in: Wipe-out See in context

Oh yeah, WELL safe.

Excellent photo, whoever took it.

Reminds me of Transformers, for obvious reasons.

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Posted in: Helmet prevents heat stroke See in context

How about regular breaks, gallons of water and not playing in the middle of summer...

Baseball is a sport; a leisure activity. It is optional.

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Posted in: Open wide See in context

Indeed.

I used to get all my dental care for free in England by going to a training clinic. The service I got was fine, and good practice for the students.

Still, when in Rome, and all that...

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Posted in: Do you believe in life after death? See in context

I think the thing with all these different religions believing in SOMETHING else, is not really indicative of a God per se, but rather the ancients had less clutter in their lives and had not been introduced to ideas of rationale, etc. They just saw things how they are.

And we know (as much as we can at present) that physical reality is supposed by a very strange, non-linear, (possibly 26-dimenional hyperspace M-Theory) grid of universally interconnected energy pockets... So to suggest it supports awareness too, is not much of a leap of faith... Energy and awareness could be fundamentals - The nature of the energy that supports the reality around us is as much of a mystery to us today as it was to the ancient civilisations; confusion pretty much always forces people to try to rationalise, or personalise, leading to the 'God' phenomenon.

What humans are probably experiencing, and fighting about, is merely just the huge complexity of the physical universe, which we are as yet not able to understand.

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Posted in: Do you believe in life after death? See in context

And... Have a look at the Hubble Deep Space images, understand the VASTNESS of space, and then give me a reason that "God" would have sent "Jesus" (or whatever other prophet-based religion you follow) to this planet.

We are not special. We are an accident. A coincidence. Chance. A very very very lucky and fascinating chance, admittedly and that indeed is where the wonder comes from, but that is all we are.

Either that, or we are a shared hallucination played out on a daily basis, in which case you would have to rule out any idea of the "self", and give up on your ideas of individual sin.

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Posted in: Do you believe in life after death? See in context

There is no God, only science

"God" seems to be mostly a concept born of human arrogance and desperation, to reinforce our belief in ourselves as a superior species, to lessen the fear of inevitable death, to try and give meaning to the lives of those that have difficulty finding any, and as an excuse as to why people should bother to follow laws of morality and so on.

Its the 21st century, people. The earth isn't flat. Some big powerful bloke in the sky didn't create the world in about a week.

But what the heck - if fairytales make you sleep better at night, then who am I to judge?

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Posted in: A wolf in Del Toro's clothing See in context

I have never in my life heard a decent multilayered question asked in any interview in Japan. Every interviewer knows that the first question is a prep for deeper probing. What was she going to do if he answered in either way? Oh yeah, she would giggle, and people around her would say "sugoi" and "haiiirrrrrrr"

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Posted in: Woman cyclist slashed during attempted robbery See in context

Jeez. Slashed in the FACE! I am sure if he stopped her and said, "Give me your bag, or I am going to slash you", she would have just handed it over.

And he didn't even get the bag!

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Posted in: Blossom time See in context

The photo focuses on the very reason that I will be staying home during this absolute speng fest.

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Posted in: Off-duty cop arrests student for stealing bag to buy White Day present See in context

Isn't this story a little late?

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Posted in: Victory See in context

It is a mouth guard with colours matching his shirt. How anyone can not see this is beyond me.

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Posted in: A turn of the shoe See in context

Eh? How is this new? Puma did this decades ago.

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Posted in: Nine for Aya See in context

How many times did you see her face today, whilst walking down the street...

Yep. LOADS.

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Posted in: Reaching for the Universe See in context

Yeah, agree about the random shibuya girl > this chick comment. Those hotties usually have a bit more meat on them and look dirtier, which is way better.

And Miss UNIVERSE Japan. How does that work?

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