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Posted in: Mother, 1-year-old daughter die after apparent leap from apartment building See in context

Was the husband employed? And do we know if he had any gambling problems or debt?

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Posted in: Trump wins White House; Clinton concedes defeat See in context

I remember when I got down voted for showing my support for Trump. I remember being laughed at. Who's laughing now?

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Posted in: Nintendo gives sneak peek at new portable console See in context

False advertising as the two third party software shown (Skyrim from Bethesda, and 2K17 from 2K) were not confirmed to be in development for the Switch, as per representatives from each company. Concept looks to be very interesting, but many questions such as battery life, price, backwards compatibility and Joy-Con ergonomics need answering.

All-in-all, it seems as though Ninty's learned from the mistakes from the Wii U and are trying to create a new niche for themselves in the gaming market. Props.

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Posted in: Tricked into porn: Japanese actresses step out of the shadows See in context

"No woman could say no". Oh please. You don't want to do something, you just leave lol.

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Posted in: Clinton tears into Trump on taxes See in context

The controversy only makes Trump stronger. Only one month away for Trump to win and make the world fear US again! Bend the knee liberals, bend the knee!

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Posted in: Japan spots 230 Chinese fishing boats off disputed isles See in context

With the very real threats of China and North Korea, isn't it about time that Japan have an actual military now instead of the SDF? I doubt China and NK would feel threatened at all by the latter.

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Posted in: Fantasy sci-fi anime 'Sword Art Online' to become a live-action, U.S.-produced TV series See in context

Why? Why,why,why,why,why,why,why,?! Why must everything be turned into some lifeless live action nonsense?! I really hate Hollywood. They're so out of ideas that they have to grope their grubby fingers even over Anime. GitS, Detective Pikachu, now this. This is yet another failure waiting to happen that will tarnish the source's name.

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Posted in: Gov't kicks off safety campaign ahead of Pokemon Go launch in Japan See in context

@smithinjapan Yeah, that's right, blame a mobile app instead of stupid people. Stupid people will always find a way to hurt themselves and others. Let Darwin deal with em.

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Posted in: Liar. Lock her up. Shoot her. GOP denounces Clinton See in context

Sorry George Soros, but your crazy leftist tactics through Jewish owned MSM and #BLM funded "protests" isn't working anymore. Americans are breaking the conditioning just like the British. To take down radical Islam, we need to first take out radical liberals like Hillary and her FBI friends who will stop at nothing to destroy our great nation. Secondly we need to take down the Saudis who are funding the terrorists. Lastly, we need to find a leader as good as Sadam was to take control back of Iraq and that will make those heartless murderers bend their knees to the West and will enable us to focus on our country's other issues. This whole PC culture needs to be erased. The west needs to a page out of Japan's book and be a bit more xenophobic as well. You don't hear about terrorist attacks there, now do ya? Ever wonder why? Self preservation first, and strong borders, that's what.

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Posted in: Ted Cruz booed as he refuses to endorse Donald Trump See in context

He didn't make the pledge! Even though he said he would! Lyin' Ted, I call him Lyin' Ted. L-I-O-N. He puts one hand on the bible, raises the other, and then he lies! Get him outta here. Out, out, out! As for Crooked Hillary, we, the true Americans, didn't forget about those emails too. If you think strong Americans are gonna let you do to our country like what Merkels' doing to poor Germany, you've got another thing coming. Well, besides possible jail time. Americans need to be more like those smart Brits. They know the smell of BS a mile away, and they hightailed it outta the Islamic state- I mean the EU in one night. Trump will once again show the world who the greatest country in the world is! MAGA!

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Posted in: Ted Cruz booed as he refuses to endorse Donald Trump See in context

Once a rat, always a rat. The zodiac killer is finished politically. Crooked Hillary, you're next, tuts. November can't come soon enough. CAN'T STUMP THE TRUMP!

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Posted in: Property owners: Get off my lawn, Pokemon! See in context

This is probably the most fun game I've ever played. I spent five hours walking with people I had only just met trying to catch Squirtle. That aside, I agree that it is a bit insensitive to walk on other's private property, part of which is due to the player's ignorance. You don't actually have to walk right up to the Pokemon to catch it, just face its direction and tap it to encounter it. I imagine Japanese people will go crazy for this game. To all those who oppose Pokemon Go, sorry old-timers, but your words are falling on deaf ears. You are the quiet minority in the ever advancing age of the internet. Maybe you should move somewhere where the kids won't step on your lawn. Like Turkey.

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Posted in: Teacher accidentally leaks names, health records of students on school website  See in context

@Disillusioned What's a "CD"? Is that a new streaming, VoIP, or cloud service?

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Posted in: 'Ghostbusters' backlash brings out Internet trolls See in context

So, basically: "If you don't go see Ghostbusters, you're a misogynist!" -Paul Fieg

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Posted in: 17-year-old student arrested for cutting woman’s hair on train See in context


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Posted in: Man with only Y42 on him runs up bar tab of Y137,000 See in context

Nothing but respect for this man. Would donate $1000 to him. Based.

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Posted in: 37-year-old man arrested on suspicion of stealing 300 anime trading cards from even older fan See in context

I'll never forget the day a boy stole my holographic Raichu and Ancient Mew Pokemon cards. I'll live with that painful memory forever. Bastard.

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Posted in: Trump struggles to explain his 'America first' foreign policy See in context

These tears are delicious. Can't Stump The Trump.

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Posted in: Cruz drops out of GOP race after Indiana loss to Trump See in context

Make America Great Again! Go Trump! Take my high energy!

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Posted in: 3 reasons Japanese movies today suck, according to distributor and producer Adam Torel See in context

The best Japanese movies will always be the Ghibli animated films. Spirited Away is still one of my all time favorite movies.

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Posted in: Trump's campaign manager charged with roughing up reporter See in context

Really loving this high energy. Say it with me: "You can't stump the Trump!"

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Posted in: Japan executes two death row inmates See in context

Execution of prisoners should be done more often. It'll make people really think twice before killing someone else, and will greatly benefit taxpayers.

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Posted in: Obama: Stigmatizing Muslims 'plays into hands' of jihadists See in context

Islam is not to blame for any of this! We MUST accept any all all Muslims! It would be racist not to! Are you a racist? So what if a few of the crazy ones kill us, doesn't mean they're all bad! Let them in!

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Posted in: Attacks on Brussels airport, metro station kill 34 See in context

Thank you Japan for doing what the rest of the world is too scared to do. Keep those borders on lockdown!

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Posted in: Trump warns of riots if he is denied party's presidential nomination See in context

I know I will. George Soros can go play in traffic.

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Posted in: Trump calls off Chicago rally due to security concerns See in context

@RainMonster You see what you did right there? That thing where I said something and you voiced your disagreement with words? That's the proper way of opposing another's opinion. These "protesters" should follow your example. I'm not sure what dictionary you're using, but "disruptive" does not mean assault and bloody police officers, the same officers who risk their lives for these so called "protestors" everyday.

Trump is not a racist, and if he were, you'd be correct to oppose him, but not by assaulting people who agree with him. All Donald Trump is saying, and rightfully so, is that among Muslims there is a vast majority of extremists who wish to kill Americans. We can sit here be as politically correct as possible, but if we invite them in, they will kill with no inhibition. A temporary ban on all Muslims, until ISIS, and the means of which ISIS and Al Qaeda was created, is eliminated. Peoples lives are at stake, so if hurting the feelings of others means that those lives can be saved, then so be it. If America's, or the rest of the West's immigration laws were as tight as Japan's, we wouldn't be in this situation. Let the Middle East deal with the Middle East's problems. Also, and this is directly from the Koran itself, Muslims are allowed to lie whenever it suits their benefit, meaning they'll say they aren't terrorists, or that they're peace loving, when in actuality, it's the opposite. It's called Taqqiya.

Where were these protesters when little kids in Chicago were killed by gang members? Where was the "disruptive" behavior when drugs were being sold right under their noses? What about when the big banks got bailed out after losing their money? Did they protest when ISIS beheaded their American and Japanese captives? What about when Benghazi's citizens were burned to death under Hillary's watch? Wanna know when they do pop up? When money get's placed i their pockets by lobbyist super packs. I'm glad this happened as this will open the eyes of voters to the hypocrisy of the left.

In short: Cut the BS. End the PC narrative. Build the Wall. Make America Great Again.

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Posted in: Trump calls off Chicago rally due to security concerns See in context

Anyone who is against free speech and defies it with violence are not real Americans. These "protesters" consist of homegrown terrorists, lobbyists, and racists. They have never heard of the Constitution, nor do they know who Martin Luther King Jr. was. They have no idea what the word tolerance means. They are quick to fight against a politician, but completely ignore the ones who sell drugs and kill innocents in their own neighborhood. They are a growing threat to the safety of innocent Americans just as, if not greater than, ISIS.

America as it stands is on the brink of self-destruction, and I pray I won't be residing here when that day comes. To that effect, is it easy to attain a programming position somewhere in Tokyo?

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Posted in: N Carolina man charged with assaulting protester at Trump rally See in context

Really loving the high energy. Still can't stump Trump.

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Posted in: Toll mounts in Japan's detention centers as foreigners seek asylum See in context

While it is a shame that these people passed away, I believe that it's right for Japan do have strict immigration laws. They simply cannot allow possible terrorists to enter the country. The country's safety comes before the safety of the immigrant. No more PC, and no more cushy, ignorant liberal ideals. They let these kind of people in, they'll end up like Germany and France. If only the West was this diligent in protecting themselves from ISIS, all the while proclaiming that they want to embody a false sense of freedom.

But at least there is one man who is willing to do whatever it takes to make sure his country is safe, regardless of what the foolish sheep want to believe, to ensure that it returns to its former glory. It is said he will build a wall, he will make deals with China and Japan, and he will ban all those who slaughter innocents in the name of their god.

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Posted in: 38-year-old woman arrested for killing 5-month-old daughter See in context

How horrible. This poor woman must have had some kind of mental health issue that went untreated. Rest in peace.

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