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Posted in: Nice pitch See in context

The ball looks good in her hand, thin she is though..

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Posted in: Suspect who escaped from police station while cop slept turns himself in See in context

Did they tie both his hands or one? Don't they have a handcuff?

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Posted in: Mikase, Kawahara 'as gentle as cotton' See in context

Where else but in Japan...

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Posted in: Japan, U.S. pledge up to $1 billion each to Pakistan at donor talks See in context

And that's it, right?

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Posted in: Japan, U.S. pledge up to $1 billion each to Pakistan at donor talks See in context

Kaisern at 12:44 AM JST - 18th April Fight against terrorism is not Pakistan's war. Its American war so America and his allies should pay for it, why Pakistan?

Yes, its not Pakistan's war. Why should Pakistan pay for something that is actually 'Made in Pakistan'? Why? Its American war, because America has to pay for the the war that developed in a country far away killing not only Americans but people around the world, including Pakistanis.

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Posted in: Japan, U.S. pledge up to $1 billion each to Pakistan at donor talks See in context

India has stopped taking loans for poverty. Indians take active part in donating to poor nations. Indians even sent a container of food and reserves to the US during the cyclones. Indians were the first to reach Srilanka during the Tsunami and had three ships full of supplies reach them before others woke up to the tragedy. And to China during the quake, but as expected, Chinese refused all foreign aid. India has corruption and cheating at all levels in the country, but so does every other country. Hospitals? Have you heard of medical outsourcing? People from world over come to India for world class treatment at economical prices. Even many children from Pakistan itself has been treated in premium cardiac hospitals in India. Do a small google and you will find out. Schools? Indian educational institutes attract students from each and every corner of the world. India is still poor, but India is growing very fast. She will certainly grow faster if it was not for her freindly neihborhood.

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Posted in: Japan, U.S. pledge up to $1 billion each to Pakistan at donor talks See in context

If Pakistan allows girls to be flogged in public for holding hands of a boy, gang rape for marrying out of destined marriage, shot in the head for not wearing burkha...if you try to use logic with these people, they will spit in your face. If you dont have a beard, their arguement is 'face off'. How will you argue? There is only negotiation with fundamentalist. First I say please, then its one down under.

Anyway, we know things are changing. We just hope things are changing for better. Good luck, the whole world is with you.

Or as your man said, 'if we lose, you lose'. WE NEVER LOSE. WE ARE THE HUMANITY. We will survive. Tell the goat that. Or he can go stuff himself.

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Posted in: Japan, U.S. pledge up to $1 billion each to Pakistan at donor talks See in context

Absolutely, this is straight forward blackmail. ' We lose, you lose'. Meaning, ' we will blow you to smitherins if you dont pay us'. Why India has to give up Nukes? In its entire history, India has never attacked any country first. If you nuke Indians to Timbaktu, Indians will sit and think Gandhi? Why US and other countries have to give up nukes first? Of course nukes are the worst inventions in the whole world, but its 'we didnt start the fire thing', for most countries. No one wants to give up first. If a country is stable, its economy is in control, and there is no chance that terrorists will take control over your nuke arsenal, no one has to give up anything immediately. A slow consensus of the world being disarmed is already on the way, and of course there will be a nuke free day sometime. The point is, if Pakistan or NK has nuclear weapons, and are also a stable democratic country with a well to do economy, no one will ask you to give it up. Your entire country is in a mess, good innocent people are dying everyday because of your foreign policy and corrupt people who control your innocent lives. I am very much in agreement of there being a few black sheep in every cattle, but as I said, those black sheep are the ones who are in control. I will not agree that 90% of the army or the politicians are clean in Pakistan. 10% people in your country (or even the army or the political establishment for that matter)have that much power to reign and destroy and control 90%? 90% white sheep lets being towed by 10% black sheep? If you raise your voice in Pakistan, you will lose your head. Where is freedom? Talk about nukes, why spend trillions of your own money in building weapons that will one day bring your own downfall, when you can use the same money in developing, nurturing and harboring a peaceful state? Why not educate the poor, invest in manufacturing, do some good? Is there anything that is 'Made In Pakistan?' (Ahh, I know... but you wont say it, huh!)Of course, as Kyakub said, world community should support in fighting extremists, but you wont let us, would you? If we send drones inside your villages to tackle the situation, you complain. If we send our marines/commandos inside to terminate any clear and present danger, you raise the issue of human rights. Why ask for help when you cannot let us help? When India went to help Pakistan in the earthquake and opened Indian borders so the victims can come to aid camps on the Indian side, Pakistan used it to infiltrate terrorists to India. Is this from a moderate country with moderate people, or from extremists minds? How can they cross over, unless Pakistan army is in tow, and supports by cover gun fire? If the US bombs the terror camps today inside Pakistan, if the world community stands together and sends in armies to dig out and bring to justice every single terrorist inside, will you let them? The world would be free of all terror then. But no. You got to do it on your own. And you ain't doing any good till now.

All you need when you mean help is MONEY! And you know what happens to that money? Its necessary for the extremism to survive, its a well oiled machinary. Cant survive without the most important oil-- the dough.

Please do not misunderstand that anyone has anything against moderate, ordinary Pakistanis. They are, humans, as the world over. Everybody knows that. Its what the country as a whole does to the world that projects it, not what the million innocent people thinks.

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Posted in: Natsuki Doll See in context

can someone really wear this and roam around???? She's almost lost in the dress.

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Posted in: Japan, U.S. pledge up to $1 billion each to Pakistan at donor talks See in context

In reality around 90% of the population of this country are moderates which want peace & harmony for all human kind irrespective of their religion, i.e. following the real teachings of Islam.

Kyaqub, the remaining 10% control the country, not the peace lovers. And this money goes to them, to row the seed of evil in the world. I have nothing against Pakistanis in general, but its their generals that are generally involved in supporting, not the war on terror, but the 'war, with terror'.

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Posted in: Musashi See in context

This are the start of the Japanese version of 'scary movie'.

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Posted in: Elderly couple run over while cleaning highway in Shizuoka See in context

This is politeness drawn to the extreme. Why do you have to clean the road if you had an accident and glass fragments from your car made the road dirty? Why come next day morning to clean up? Maybe they were so guilty, they couldn't sleep the night before. Poor folks.

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Posted in: Fashion show See in context

Nice balloons.

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