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Posted in: Republicans accuse Obama of socialism See in context

Good God! Is socialism such a dirty word for you Americans?

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Posted in: Woman stabbed in back while walking along Tokyo street See in context

I heard that the exact location was close to Sugamo station- a favorite haunt for old ladies and therir traditional shopping.

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Posted in: Australia accidentally reveals treaty negotiations See in context

The fact that Australia is poor at keeping secret data secret is well known and for that reason the US will not share highly secret information with the country.>

And which secrets are they, cadmium? Secrets that Americans got themselves through waterboarding?

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Posted in: Gay marriage leaps ahead in Maine, New Hampshire See in context

If two people want to marry- let them. Why does God have to be involved? What two consenting adults do together is no-one's darn business.

Those who are up in arms and oppsoing gay marriage are fools. And history will laugh at you.....very bitterly.

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Posted in: Aichi murder suspect was in house for 10 hours after killings See in context

I am a lazy poster and rarely read what others have said above me. Has anyone used the term, 'Keystone Cops'? If not, I just have.

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Posted in: Gay marriage leaps ahead in Maine, New Hampshire See in context

LFRAgain- a nice point. OnTheRecord is almost too much the perfect homophobe to be true. S/He is saying all the (Christian) right things to set the hackles standing.

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Posted in: Gay marriage leaps ahead in Maine, New Hampshire See in context

OnTheRecord.... as a fellow godfearing true non-American patriot, I can hardly disagree with you more.

The moral majority you seem to represent are on the backfoot and will, hopefully, be nothing but a bad memory in my lifetime.

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Posted in: How would you rate Narita airport when compared to other major airports around the world? See in context

The logistics and running of it are very good- few delays in check-in, immigration, baggage collection, customs. Last time I came back through Narita, I was on the trainheading home withjin 40 minutes of landing. Sure, the locaton may seem to be a hassle but I have used the airport so often now, I don't weem to notice.

But compared to HKIA, KLIA and Incheon, Narita is lacking. Shops (duty free and general) are not of the same standard you get at other major Asian airports.

Still, it is a good place to come and leave from

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