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Posted in: Toyota debates building Lexus cars in China See in context

A Chinese made Lexus? The sound alone makes me feel queasy.

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Posted in: Trade war escalates as China announces tariffs on U.S. imports See in context

China Is the problem not the U.S.A.

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Posted in: Trump, Pompeo bash ex-Secretary of State Kerry on Iran talks See in context

Former Secretary of State John Kerry dead last in terms of effectiveness in the job of Secretary Of State over the past 50 years. Just research a little. He was horrible!

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Posted in: Japan on brink of IWC pullout after commercial whaling comeback blocked See in context

The world doesn't respect how Japan views the ocean. When there is nothing left in the sea they will just say how "regrettable" it is.

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Posted in: Japan replaces U.S. as N Korea's most vilified imperialist enemy See in context

Congratulations Japan!

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Posted in: Trump blasts California governor's immigrant pardons See in context

I just went to Los Angeles on a holiday and I could not believe how many homeless people were living amongst the people of the city. I have never seen anything like it anywhere in the world. I think It really is a big problem, as I used to love to go there and marvel at how lucky people were to live in Los Angeles.

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Posted in: Trump proposes U.S. military space force See in context

I think it is a great idea!

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Posted in: Trump says China, Japan approve of his N Korea strategy See in context

It does seem that this President is doing quite a lot in such a short period of time. Just saying.......

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Posted in: China's foreign minister slams Trump tariffs See in context

I guess we are going to see a lot more Dodge chargers in Germany.................heheheh

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Posted in: Trump's own words revive debate over whether he's racist See in context

Is it inherently racist to want limits on immigration from failed states? Or is it racism on

Very good point.

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Posted in: Trump says U.S. has gotten 'nothing' from Pakistan aid See in context

It's true, the facts speaks for themselves. No more free ride.

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Posted in: Trump briefly baffled by ASEAN group handshake See in context

Look at the picture. Fake spray tan, fake blond hair, looks like he just drank a spoonful of lemon juice.

They all kind of look like they were spray tanned, Duarte looks like he also colors his hair, he also looks half asleep and Medvedev looks like a circus performer.

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Posted in: The Kong Show tries new Mexican restaurant See in context

I ate there the other day. Food was good but not authentic Mexican food.

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Posted in: In U.N. speech, Trump threatens to 'totally destroy' North Korea See in context

@gokai- his hand gestures are meant to articulate his speaking points I believe.

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Posted in: 'SNL,''Big Little Lies,' 'Handmaid's Tale' rule at Trump-flavored Emmys See in context

I tend to tilt more independant for sure, but even I’m burned out on the same old jokes and rants. People tune in to these things for an escape, for enjoyment… 

We have to see the orange julius on our screens and social media feeds 24/7, do we also have to hear about him at every Hollywood event? Do they really think they’re at all cool or clever or helping the cause by talking about him and political issues CONSTANTLY? All they’re doing is turning people off, clearly. Just have one night in celebration of art. If the art is political – then let it speak for itself and be the message. Stop beating a dead horse. Let people have some fun. And not everyone perceives insults and belittlement of those you disagree with as fun. I don’t belittle and attack my republican friends for their beliefs – or we wouldn’t be friends anymore. These people need to learn there’s a time and place. For people who hate the current POTUS with a passion, they sure can’t stop talking about him. 

Is he a problem? IMO, yes. Does endless snark and attack during awards shows help a damn thing or make change? No. And they’re arrogant to think they do.

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Posted in: TPP chief negotiators to meet in Tokyo without U.S. See in context

Great! The U.S. already engages in trade with most of the T.P.P. countries.

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Posted in: Defiant N Korean leader says he will complete nuke program See in context

Chinese Communists continue to fool the World about what their true intention is with North Korea.

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Posted in: 'Missile launch, take cover': Another terrifying wake-up call for Japanese See in context

What would China or Russia do if another nation started flying missiles over their airspace?

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Posted in: Tokyo eyes basically banning indoor smoking at restaurants, hotels See in context

Every day in Japan I smell somebody smoking, it doesn't matter where you are, indoors or outdoors a whiff of somebody's filthy habit invading my space. Smokers have got to be the most inconsiderate people on earth regarding other peoples personal space.

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Posted in: The Kong Show shares Guy Perryman’s rare experience See in context

There is something about this show that just doesn't sit well with me. Being a long time resident of Japan I am often baffled by the lack of content these shows have. Surely Japan (Tokyo) which IS an international city with one of the largest economies in the world can do better than this. There is so much to see, interview and explore that I feel would fascinate all living in Japan or abroad, however, the interviewer lacks vision and courage with the questions and guests on this show. The whole DJ paradigm is obsolete. It doesn't apply to 2017. It's the same old story being beaten to death by an unwillingness to explore deeper forms of entertainment with meaning.

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Posted in: N Korea dismisses Trump's threat; says only 'absolute force' can work with him See in context

Tell me again why the US needs a base 10,000 miles away in a foreign country?

Because the host countries Government wants them there. Please study a little about the history of the world.

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Posted in: Toshiba reports Y965.7 bil loss but avoids delisting See in context

How is that possible? They never ever made a profit. I am starting to think Japanese companies are only for show.

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Posted in: U.S. continues to fly Ospreys despite Japan's request for halt See in context

Well thats a no brainer.

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Posted in: 11 countries agree to keep TPP deal alive despite U.S. rejection See in context

Nobody cares. The TPP is dead.

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Posted in: Trump OKs Keystone pipeline, calling it 'great day' for jobs See in context

Trump OKs Keystone pipeline, calling it 'great day' for jobs

It is indeed, and oil independence.

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Posted in: Selena Gomez reveals Instagram addiction, low self-esteem See in context

She should, as she doesn't have the talent, looks or stamina to be a major pop star.

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Posted in: Celebrate pancakes with a maple syrup bath at famous Japanese hot spring resort See in context

Sounds really disgusting!

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Posted in: Trump's attorney general recuses himself from any campaign probes See in context

Congressional Dems/MSM Accuse AG Sessions of Perjury.

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Posted in: Trump blasts media in rambling press conference See in context

I guess it might be a good time to start buying shares in Fox news.

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