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Posted in: Arkansas carries out first double execution in U.S. since 2000 See in context

Death penalty supporters like lethal injection because they feel they are killing someone in a humane way. Seriously.

And? This is the same rational we use when we euthanize our pets, is it not? We believe that by giving our pets a lethal injection that it is humane way for them to go instead of the guillotine, firing squad, electrocution, hanging, etc.

Do you disagree that giving our pets lethal injections is a humane way to euthanize them?

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Posted in: Japan begins seawall work for controversial new U.S. base in Okinawa See in context

Even if the US were to leave the SDF would simply take their place, the locations is far to strategic to Japanese interests.

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Posted in: 1 dead, 5 injured after elderly driver loses control of car See in context

So what age should the cutoff be?

How about the same age for cutoff that they have for commercial pilots?

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Posted in: SDF member arrested for forcing girlfriend to send nude selfies See in context

Makino, who has admitted to the charge, was quoted by police as saying he likes women to be obedient to him.

So basically it shouldn't come as a surprise to anyone if he is ever arrested for domestic violence/homicide.

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Posted in: Sony nearly triples annual profit forecast See in context

Good news, I remember the glory days of Sony.

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Posted in: Gunman kills estranged wife teaching class in Calif, then himself; 8-year-old student also dies See in context

Stranger: Only to those who are too cold to care about children getting murdered. To the rest of us, it's an entirely strong argument - as strong as anything.

Children being murdered is more than just an emotional argument. It's entirely valid, and a good basis upon which to base laws and policies.

And what if as a result of those policies it resulted in more children dying, not necessarily from homicide, because of the diversion of resources? Counter-Terrorism is a perfect example of how it sucks up resources that could have been used for other purposes that most likely would have resulted in more people being saved. Or should I say that people who die from Terrorists are worth that much more than those who die but not from terrorists?

Stranger: Of course you won't - you see the right to own guns as more valuable than children's lives. In your own words, "so what", right?

So it would be fair to say Stranger that you believe that children who die from homicide are worth more than children who die from disease, accidents, suicides, etc. Correct? I can't say that I agree with that if that is the case.

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Posted in: 95 lawmakers visit Yasukuni Shrine; Abe sends offering See in context

It almost seems like they are visiting not to honor/remember those enshrined but to just simply get a rise out of China and Korea.

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Posted in: Gunman kills estranged wife teaching class in Calif, then himself; 8-year-old student also dies See in context

Strangerland: Ahh, so we're not supposed to see murder and killing as something emotional. Thanks for further explaining your position on the matter. So what right? Only kids getting killed at school, nothing to get emotional about.

You can be emotional all you want but appeal to emotions arguments are not strong arguments and not only that but making rash decisions, especially policy decisions, based off of emotions does not make good policies/laws.

All you have to do for such examples is the sex offender registry, Afghan war, the patriot act, Iraq war, Libya war, Trump's refugee ban, people begging the Obama administration to ban people from west Africa due to the Ebola scare, etc.

I can't say that a child's life increases in value simply because they were killed on school grounds. Nor can I say a child murdered is worth more than a child that dies from an accident.

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Posted in: Japan could send SDF to rescue nationals in Korean crisis: Inada See in context

What an interesting thought.

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Posted in: What do you think of the new Japan Today design? See in context

Not loving it. Can't find my own profile so that I can quickly access recent comments or discussions I am interesting in following up.

This is my biggest issue. But I do like preview system for new comments much better, especially the side by side view.

Another feature I would like is the ability change the email address that is associated to a displayed username or at the very least setup secondary email addresses. The issue I'm having is that my email address I use for this account no longer exists, in fact it hasn't existed for the past several years.

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Posted in: Gunman kills estranged wife teaching class in Calif, then himself; 8-year-old student also dies See in context

Well, I think that comment sums up your position. So what if we allow the people to own something that's primary purpose is killing? So what if people die because of that? It probably won't happen to me, so too bad for them.

@Stranger - Yes Stranger so what if we allow people to own products whose primary purpose is for killing when 99.9% of its owners don't use it to kill other people much less themselves on an annual basis. So what?

Like I said Stranger if the only acceptable cost to be able to own products, enjoy products or engage in cultural practices or hobbies or sports or whatever is zero dead and or wounded then we are all going to live very boring lives.

Can you name a single thing that has never ever resulted in someone being killed by it either directly or indirectly because of it? Can you name a single product that has only killed "guilty" people either directly or indirectly?

It's really the perfect argument for your side of the deal, insofar as there is no counter to it. If you don't care that other people will die as a result of the decision to allow people to arm themselves to kill, then there is no appeal to humanity to be made. It's a very American position. which is why you'll continue to see these killings until the end of time. Or the end of America. Whichever comes first.

@Strangerland - Appeals to "humanity" arguments are nothing more than red herrings fallacy appeals to emotions arguments.

You have made repeated calls for restrictions to be put on firearm ownership and use as well as been highly condescending to owners of firearms in several threads. You justify your malicious attitude by attempting to wrap it in some faux "caring about human life" nonsense, while purposefully ignoring any number of larger behaviors/ownership of products that many (and nearly definitely you) participate in/own throughout society.

Get over yourself. You don't care about these people's lives.

And yet the odds of one dying in a terrorist attack is even much smaller. Yet, conservatives like you want to discriminate and use every excuse in the book to not allow people who don't look like them to enter the U.S. Go figure.

@PeterL - I know, it is stupid. Neither party is willing to repeal the patriot act and it is frustrating that it hasn't been repealed yet. I think the refugee scare is BS. Oh and by the way I'm not a conservative. I believe in a single payer health care system, I believe in a single payer Trade/Vocational/College/University system. I also believe in a single payer food system. If Bernie Sanders would have registered as a write in candidate I would have wrote his name in.

In any case, you seem to disregard the percentage of you actually knowing anyone personally who will get killed or injured from a gun. Because if you do, then the percentages go higher. I for one have personally known someone who was killed by a gun, and though it wasn't me, it did affect me emotionally. That emotional impact on anyone should not go unnoticed or disregarded by anyone.

@PeterL - Would it make you feel any better to know that I'm already in that statistic? I had a classmate in high school who committed suicide with a handgun during our senior year. When we were younger we used to play in the local basketball league, in fact we were on the same team one year and that year our team went undefeated and we won the championship.

So what is the percentage then if we include those who know someone who has been impacted by guns?

In general what is to you an acceptable cost to be able to own things for recreation?

Mass shootings are expensive for everyone even though it probably won't happen to you. When you have to through two security check points to enter an amusement park (one bag check and one metal detector- yes, this exists) that creates cost just because rednecks want to be able to carry their non registered ARs around due to their low self esteem. Now schools are practicing gun drills which requires more training at the expense of the tax payer. Fire and tornado drills I understand. But now tax payers need to pay to implement these measures because of stories like this and Sandy Hook (by the way, who here thinks Sandy Hook was a hoax?). If more movie theaters have security checkpoints who pays for that? The US is becoming enslaved by security costs.

@Nishikat - So then isn't the answer that we are supposed to push back against people's irrational fear? The reason they are expensive is because of societies emotionally based rash decisions that are complete over reactions to the true level of threat that something poses, that is not a strong argument to do the security check points or the gun drills or gun registrations. It is the same thing with pandemics/epidemics and that is over 90% of the cost that society pays in containing them is simply due to societies overreacting to them.

This is why I want strict gun registration and restrictions like they do in Japan or Switzerland. And why do we need military style rifles anyway? What are you worried about? They are only good for mass shooting.

This is a perfect example of what I'm talking about.

Registrations are a waste of money, there is basically no evidence that a gun registry in and of itself results in less gun homicides, assaults, suicides, and or accidents. There is no evidence that car registrations result in people driving safer or reduce the use of cars to facilitate or cause crimes. There is no evidence sex offender registries reduce sexual assaults, in fact there is some evidence to suggest that sex offender registries actually increase the recidivism rate of sex offenders. Look at the terrorist watch/no fly list, there is no evidence that it works.

I'm assuming you have heard of the amber alert system? If you have then you would know that it is waste of money, there is no evidence to support that it increases the odds of a child being found and returned either dead or alive after being kidnapped.

As for need, needs are not a requirement in order to own products, enjoy hobbies, etc for non-malicious reasons. Can you honestly say that every single product you own is for a need and not a want? If you can't then what is the point of your question? You do realize that with the "need" question you are basically arguing that people should only be allowed to own things that are absolutely needs and that people should not be allowed to own things that are not needs. Plus living your life is so much more than just needs, wouldn't you agree?

Also, it's really funny that people on JT (and living in Japan) think we need to be able to buy guns as easy as shopping for socks at K-mart. Yet, they choose to live in a complete gun free zone.

And yet you have people who complain about the American gun laws but will vacation/holiday there or will move over there for a job and then will go to a gun range to have fun. Do you know how many non-Americans I have come across that are opposed to gun ownership but constantly go to gun ranges and shoot other people's privately owned guns. Do you have any idea how many Japanese employee's of American companies come to the USA and one of the first things they want to do is ask their American co-workers if they have a gun and if they can shoot it at a gun range or on that person's property. My mom used to deal with that request all the time from her Japanese counter-parts all the time when she worked at Medtronic.

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Posted in: Gunman kills estranged wife teaching class in Calif, then himself; 8-year-old student also dies See in context

And yet it happens thousands of times per year in America.

Yes it does happen thousands of times per year, that doesn't change the fact that your odds of being killed by a gun are one hundredth of one percent annually. It doesn't change the fact that schools have a 1 in 10,000 year odds of having a homicide on their school grounds during school hours in the USA

You are complacent about guns because you think it can't happen to you, so you support gun ownership by the masses. The result of that is the deaths of thousands of people in America. That's on your shoulders and the shoulders of everyone else who supports it.

I don't think it can't happen to me just that the odds are extremely in my favor that it will never happen to me in my life time. It is a low enough risk for me that I don't think it is really worth my time to worry about it for any real length of time or dictate how I choose to live.

Yes the result is the deaths of thousands of people in america and yes it is on my shoulders and everyone else who supports it. So what? I support board games being legal in the USA, does that mean I have the deaths of all the people, particularly young children, on my shoulders? Absolutely it does. Do you disagree with that?

I support movies and television shows being made, does that mean I have deaths and injuries of those cast members and crew who were involved in those movies? Yes it does. I support the speed limit in the USA being above 55 MPH, does that mean I have deaths and injuries caused by the speed limit being above 55 MPH on my shoulders? Yes it does.

So what?

If the only acceptable cost for people to own products for recreation, enjoy hobbies, engage in cultural practices, produce and sell mindless entertainment products is zero dead and wounded then we are all going to live very boring lives.

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Posted in: Gunman kills estranged wife teaching class in Calif, then himself; 8-year-old student also dies See in context

You want to equate some third-world dictatorship or war zone with parts of the richest, supposedly most advanced country in the world, the so-called 'beacon of hope and freedom'?

Your point Cleo was that if someone refused to travel to a geographic location, whether it be a city, county, state, country, etc. that the very fear had taken such an extreme hold over the person that they don't even notice it. My point is that you are using too strong of a word(s). Obviously if such a fear had taken such hold over someone they would be basically having nervous breakdown, so it would definitely be something they would notice. To put this into further context for you do you travel to Yakuza locations? Do you knowingly walk past Yakuza buildings or operations? I bet you don't, does that mean you are terrified? Nope.

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Posted in: Gunman kills estranged wife teaching class in Calif, then himself; 8-year-old student also dies See in context

I bet everyone who is part of one of those incidents, or who witnesses one thinks the same thing.

I bet they do Stranger but it doesn't change the odds, they still remain the same. For example winning the lottery, just because you win a lottery like the Power ball that is one in several hundred million odds doesn't mean that the odds are no longer pretty much non existent going forward for you or for anyone else.

The difference between them and the rest of us is that the chance of having it happen is so small, as to be pretty much non-existent. Whereas in gunland, it's a very real possibility that happens to thousands every year.

For the vast vast majority of people in gunland the odds are pretty much non-existent as well, how do we know I this? Because statistically the casualty rate from guns in the USA each year is three hundreds of one percent each year. Means over 99.9% of people living in the USA will not be injured or killed by a gun every year.

I don't know about you but if you told me that I have a 0.01% chance of being shot/killed by a gun for a year I would say that is non-existent

With that being said if you are someone who is in a gang, deals in drugs or in the criminal underworld, are in an abusive relationship/are the abuser or live with or associate with anyone who meets that above criteria then yes chances of being shot then become a realistic possibility. If you don't qualify for any of those then the chances of you being shot and killed once again become pretty much non-existent.

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Posted in: Gunman kills estranged wife teaching class in Calif, then himself; 8-year-old student also dies See in context

To anyone not living in a place where any loonie can easily get a gun and blow your head off, or shoot down children in school, it's as far from normal as it's possible to get.

And those people would be over estimating the odds that such an event would personally happen to them or witness one.

Exactly; the fear and worry is so deeply ingrained, you don't even notice it. You think it's normal.

I think the words you are saying are too strong here. If I say I just don't go to North Korea or Somalia or Yemen or Afghanistan am I really saying I'm so Terrified of those places that I'm having a nervous breakdown or is it really just that those places don't really offer anything that outweighs the risk and because I have no interest really in the first place in going means it really isn't on my mind at all in the first place?

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Posted in: Gunman kills estranged wife teaching class in Calif, then himself; 8-year-old student also dies See in context

But I guess gun owners are fine living with the bloodshed and massacres caused by guns. For some reason or another, they seem to think a society filled with guns is much better than one without them.

Having a society filled with guns isn't really that much worse or better. One hundredth of one percent of the US population dies from guns each year from all causes(Homicide, Suicide, and Accident).

And so what if gun owners and non gun owners are fine living with the human cost? If the only acceptable cost to be able to own products, enjoy hobbies/recreations, etc is zero dead and wounded then we are all going to live very boring lives.

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Posted in: Gunman kills estranged wife teaching class in Calif, then himself; 8-year-old student also dies See in context

When used correctly, guns kill. When used correctly, alcohol doesn't.

Where does it say that people should only use products "correctly"? If I was to use GPS correctly then it would only be used in nuclear weapons. As for Alcohol doesn't kill people when used correctly, IE: getting intoxicated/reduced impulse control, unfortunately isn't a true statement, people die all the time when Alcohol is used correctly. From drunk driving to being impaired and walking in front of traffic to just simply passing out and choking on your own vomit to getting into physical fights due to your intoxicated state.

Death is a side effect of incorrect usage of alcohol. Death is the effect of correct usage of guns.

Death is a side effect of correct usage of Alcohol, don't be so naive. Quite frankly if the goal here is to save lives then it is irrelevant if the death is caused by something that was correctly used or incorrectly used or if the death was malicious or non-malicous because a premature death is a premature death.

As always, the gun nuts try to equate apples to oranges.

Apples and Oranges are both fruit. Both products are overwhelmingly used for recreational purposes by their owners, both products when used for recreational purposes result in tens of thousands of people being killed(homicide, suicide, accident) and hundreds of thousands being wounded. In that sense both products are equivalent based off of how they are primarily used by society and end result of death and wounds.

Just admit you love guns.

I don't own a single firearm and neither does anyone in my family, I do enjoy target shooting but loving firearms I think is too strong of word.

Don't play the rest of us for stupid with ridiculous arguments.

What is the ridiculous argument? All I'm pointing out is that we have precedent in Alcohol that says tens of thousands of dead people is acceptable cost to enjoy a hobby/recreation on an annual basis, not to mention the hundreds of thousands of people it doesn't kill but sends to the hospital. Alcohol costs society more than firearms do not only in humans costs but also in non-human costs like monetary costs. The only counter argument is that guns are designed to kill and Alcohol isn't. Which of course then begs the question, what is the goal here? Is the goal to save lives or to get rid of something you don't approve of? If the goal is to save lives then it is irrelevant if the cause of death is homicide, suicide, or accident because a premature death is a premature death.

Plus the argument that Alcohol isn't designed to kill but guns are doesn't provide any practical benefits, why? Because if I was to ask you when Alcohol will begin to kill less people simply because it isn't designed to kill you wouldn't be able to give me an answer. There is no evidence that simply claiming a product isn't designed to kill people will cause it to kill less people over time because of that reason in and of itself. Not to mention the fact that claiming something isn't designed to kill but yet results in killing more people than something that is is ironic to say the least.

So I disagree that my argument is ridiculous. Look if you can say that the human cost is acceptable for recreational consumption of Alcohol then you can say the same for recreational usage for firearms. If you can't say the same for firearms then why should I say the death toll caused by Alcohol is acceptable? Quite frankly the argument that because Alcohol isn't designed to kill but guns are is nothing more than a rationalization/cognitive dissonance.

I'm saying that the cost of Alcohol is acceptable so that I can enjoy Alcohol, and in order to be fair I'm also saying that all recreational activities that have a similar cost or less should be legalized.

Just say it, the reason why you want guns more tightly controlled isn't to say lives it's to just get rid of something you don't approve of.

It is.

Really? How is Alcohol more tightly regulated than firearms?

And does your logic mean we should have no gun control and make buying them as easy as buying a pair of socks?

Nope. My point is that if you can say the death toll from Alcohol is acceptable so that you can have fun with Alcohol then why can't people say the same about recreational usage of firearms? Are you in favor of regulating Alcohol like firearms? That is to say that purchases of Alcohol would be registered to the purchaser, you would have to take a class on the side effects and "correct" intake amounts of Alcohol and you would have to pass a written test. Then you would get a permit/license to be able to purchase Alcohol. Oh and put a restriction on the amount of Alcohol that can be purchased by any one person during a given time frame. How about one Alcohol beverage every two hours limit?

Or would you say that the resulting lives that could have been saved by such regulations would be an acceptable cost?

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Posted in: Gunman kills estranged wife teaching class in Calif, then himself; 8-year-old student also dies See in context

This is a real problem. It's a very depraved vice which gets people killed.

Alcohol is a vice, gets more people killed in developed countries than firearms do in the USA on a per capita basis. Would you advocate that recreational consumption of Alcohol should be even more tightly controlled than firearms? Or do you think the human cost that Alcohol causes is acceptable?

A lot of people enjoy heroin and cocaine as well - so would you agree they should also be made legal?

Absolutely yes, there is really no evidence that decriminalizing drugs causes drug use to increase, not to mention the fact that those drugs kill less than Alcohol and Tobacco. Heck those drugs combined kill less people than HIV alone each year in the USA. Should casual sex be made illegal?

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Posted in: Gunman kills estranged wife teaching class in Calif, then himself; 8-year-old student also dies See in context

USA, It's possible to live without guns, and still live a prosperous life. Ask other nations.

That type of argument is not a very persuasive argument for Americans, mainly because a lot of Americans enjoy firearms.

Unless you're a soldier going to a "real" war to fight for your country, there's no need to carry a gun.

Need is irrelevant. Unless you are claiming that people should only be allowed in general to own things if they have a need for it then this really just comes off as an argument of I just don't approve of this therefore you should not be allowed to own it.

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Posted in: Gunman kills estranged wife teaching class in Calif, then himself; 8-year-old student also dies See in context

Just get rid of the guns. How many more people have to die by these psychos before America finally gets it? Ban the poor refugees fleeing horror and yet every single yahoo can get a gun...

What if they do get it and they are OK with saying the human cost is acceptable?

If you want to live in a country that has easy access to guns, then school shootings will just be a regular part of life. And gun supporters are fine with that.

Lets say they are OK with it, then what?

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Posted in: Gunman kills estranged wife teaching class in Calif, then himself; 8-year-old student also dies See in context

Another sad day and event in the American shooting gallery. 100 times more likely to be killed by gunshot than by a terrorist domestic or foreign.

I agree that peoples fear of terrorism is irrational and the counter measures are consuming way to much of a limited resource.

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Posted in: Japan sees rise in stalking, domestic violence reports See in context

you seem to be confused as to what the normal criteria are for labeling a country safe. domestic violence has never been used as an inidicator of safety

OK, don't you think it should be?

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Posted in: Global reaction mixed after U.S. attacks Syrian gov't base with cruise missiles See in context

Chinese must be wondering if Trump would make the same type of strike against North Korea. Kim Jong-un sleeping uneasy intros bed tonight

Don't worry both China and North Korea plan on sending Trump thousands of cases of Pepsi.

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Posted in: 5 killed in shootings on Chicago's South Side See in context

Gunshot deaths are out of control.

Why is a number that has stabilized if not significantly decreased in the past 20+ years in the USA something that is out of control?

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Posted in: One dead, 15 wounded in Cincinnati nightclub shooting See in context

Since 2000 less than 5000 have been fatal victims of terrorism but in the same period there are more than 450,000 fatal victims of gunshots. Another sad gunshot event.

I agree that peoples fear of terrorism is irrational and the counter measures are consuming way to much of a limited resource.

It is sad really how people place such a priority on terrorism. There are issues of much graver threat like climate change and bacterial resistance.

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Posted in: 5 dead, 40 injured in attack at British Parliament See in context

So an incident where someone intends to kill dozens, but screws up and kills none would be a worse incident than one where a terrorist only intends to kill a few, but 'gets lucky' and kills dozens?

Neither one is worse than the other because the intent is the same and that is a mass casualty attack. Let me expand my view on this, someone who attempts murder is just as bad as someone who successfully commits murder, I don't believe that just because someone fails to kill someone when there intent was to kill should get a lesser response/judgement/sentence because of incompetence or because victims got lucky. Same for someone who attempts but fails to successfully rape a person is no better than someone who is able to successfully carry out rape.

Furthermore when you are dealing with populations that range in the tens of millions and the differences in casualty counts that are single digits to maybe a few dozen then you are not going to come anywhere close to causing society to collapse hence there is no practical benefit in saying "Thank god this person only killed in the single digits vs killing in the dozens" because quite frankly your/government response in terms physical force against the attacker is not going to change based off of the casualty count the person is inflicting. You are going to bring armed police in the dozens if not hundreds to bring that person down.

I mean are you seriously going to say "well because we have rampages of just 5 people instead of 10 people dead means I'm still going to go to the mall, but if it had been 10 people well that is just too much I will stop going to the mall if that was to occur, but not at 5 people."

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Posted in: 5 dead, 40 injured in attack at British Parliament See in context

What if it had been an automatic machine gun.

We already know what would have happened based off of the IRA attacks of the past, the answer is that whatever changes there would have been in terms of casualties would not have resulted in a practical change or difference in the response by the British government. The intent is what matters, not the casualty count.

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Posted in: Japan hopes to leave agriculture out of U.S. trade talks See in context

.Park an E Type Jaguar and kids want to sit and make brum brum noises in the drivers seat, families stand around and take picture,all oblivious to the fact it overheats, leaks oil, and regular as clockwork breaks down.

Is that really a surprise? That is a model from 1961-1975. Can you honestly say that back during that time Japanese cars were of that much higher quality or were even equal in quality to american and European car brands back then? Heck what car from that time period didn't over heat, leaked oil and on regular clock broke down? It has really only been in the past 10-20 years at most that car quality, especially durability really improved for all brands. It is very difficult now a days to not get a car that can go 10k miles between oil changes.

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Posted in: Consumer prices rise for first time in nearly a year See in context

Again with this BS propaganda line, when will they stop spouting this idiotic theory of theirs?

It isn't idiotic, this isn't a line that only the Japan government says. It is a very much an issue that economists across the entire world are afraid of and have research to back it up, this is anecdotal but I know for a fact that I have exhibited this behavior myself, back in late 2014 early 2015 when the price of oil crashed I use to delay refueling my car till the next day because I could get a cheaper price. For example I would normally refuel my car when coming home from work at the gas station that is just a mile away from my house because I had 20 miles left in the tank according to the car computer and my commute one way is 25 miles so I would refuel right then and there, but because I knew that if I waited till the next morning I could save a few pennies per gallon so I waited until the next morning to refuel and it worked for about 2-3 months, I would save around 2-5 pennies per gallon each time by waiting till the next morning.

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Posted in: Millions living in U.S. illegally targeted for possible deportation under Trump rules See in context

I disagree.

They are not mutually exclusive, you can punish people for breaking the law, which splits up families, and still be sympathetic. Heck I can put people in prison and yet still be concerned for their safety while in prison.

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