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Posted in: Edo era firearms See in context

I can't believe guys in Japan used to dress like this.

It's not just Japan Sarge. We all used to dress funny. I'm kinda partial to those puffy shorts the French use to wear.

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Posted in: Edo era firearms See in context

Good thing it didn't rain.

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Posted in: Naomi Kawashima See in context

Very pretty for her age. But yea, she looks like a poster child for the UN World Food Program. Is she really THAT anorexic?

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Posted in: Manners more attractive than boobs, says Mika Kano See in context

Womem with big boobs can get away with bad manners cause most guys are too busy watching the boobs to notice the lack of manners.

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Posted in: U.S. nuclear aircraft carrier George Washington deployed in Yokosuka See in context

Ossan: The admin doesn't change, just the front face.

Irrelevant to the use of taxpayer obedience.

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Posted in: China tainted milk crisis triggers global recalls See in context

“Sanlu has been damaged very badly by this tragedy,” Ferrier told >reporters as he announced Fonterra’s annual results. “The brand cannot >be reconstructed.”

Alot of babies have also been very badly damaged, four of them terminally by this tragedyu that Sanlu created. The brand not only should not be reconstructed but those running ther Heibei office and factory should face the dealth pernalty under Chinese law.

it is true from consumers point of view, however from Business point of >view buy everything that shows 'Made in China' low cost high profit !

If China's govt and it's business leaders all feel this way then China is not destined to become the "economic leader" of asia that it aspires to be.

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Posted in: U.S. nuclear aircraft carrier George Washington deployed in Yokosuka See in context

Japanese taxpayers will blindly and obediently follow their government.

If this were true then you woldn't have a constant change of adminstrations.

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Posted in: At 81, Japanese vet makes rare return to Iwo Jima See in context

Thanks Marion. Your input is appreciated. And we'll let it skip that this is about Iwo Jima, not Okinawa.

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Posted in: Aso cabinet See in context

Taro Aso isn't even looking at the camera. He's distracted by something to his left. Why didn't the cameraman say do-over?

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Posted in: Plug this in See in context

That looks alot more like a BOWL rather than a BALL. Did they translate this right?

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Posted in: Little Mermaid See in context

always remember. 99.9% pure bloodline and they gotta do or copy each >other to look different or the same. Ouch.... sorry Wife.

Ha. That's really not so bad since so many j-chicks look pretty good. Imagine an entire country of fuglies with 99.9% pure bloodline. Ew.

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Posted in: At 81, Japanese vet makes rare return to Iwo Jima See in context

rjdjr

The Marines had 862 casualties at the September 1847 Battle of Chapultepec and 35 casualties in the First Barbary War of 1801. I really don't think telling the Marine Corp that Iwo Jima and the Pacific Campaign were "over-rated" is going to fly very far.

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Posted in: Little Mermaid See in context

The amazing thing about Japanese fashion is that it does often look strange or silly, but yet invariably appears in New York and other cities about 2 years later.

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Posted in: At 81, Japanese vet makes rare return to Iwo Jima See in context

Maybe this guy was a victim, however in the purest sense he had free >will, but the real lessons of WW 2 have not been learnt by Japan (insincere war apologies whose real regret is that they lost and war >criminals whose only real crime was that they led Japan to its >destruction) and this piece of emotion hardly helps.

Dogdog

I disagree with you. We have been trying continuously to get Japan to re-arm since the Korean War without success. Japan has resisted altering that article 9 in their constitution. It looks to me like they've clearly learned the lesson of WWII, that war itself is wrong. Unfortunately, my country hasn't learnt that at all, the result of being the only major participant in WWII that never knew what it was like to have it's cities bombed. Also unfortunate is that world is full of people and nations which haven't learned the lessons of war, forcing us to continue on our path. What you describe about insincere apologies or regretting losing the war describes a small minority of ultra right wing nationalists, which are treated by Japanese society as the fringe nutbags that they are. This was a touching well written article and I can only thank all those who fought in wars, on any side, for having done their part to keep the rest of us who follow from having to live through the same.

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Posted in: Gunman kills 10 at school in Finland, then himself See in context

Typical Knee-jerk reaction from a government. Whats wrong with 15 year->olds getting automatic weapons over the counter?

Finland's firearm law of 1998 does not generally permit the ownership of full or select-fire automatic weapons. Preumably you mean semi-automatic.

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Posted in: Protests planned at Yokosuka to meet new U.S. aircraft carrier See in context

The fact that the demostrators are Japanese is irrevelant since they constitute a miniscule portion of the general population and they aren't in agreement with their own Ministry of Defense. But we gave these people a democratic form of government which means that these mislead souls, of which there are a great great many all over the world, unfortunately have the right to express their silly opinions. A right which we have to respect.

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Posted in: Aso elected LDP president See in context

The election of Aso is a sad day for Japan and the Japanese people, who >had no say in his election. Aso was chosen by the group of right wing >Fascists who have ruled over this country for the past 5 decades.

This makes as much sense as saying the Aryan Nation and the KKK have ruled the United States for decades. Nonsense.

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Posted in: Aso elected LDP president See in context

PM Koizumi did some pretty amazing things in terms of expressing >apologies for what Japan did during WW2, the last thing we need is >someone to take things back.

So, you believe that Taro Aso as PM would take back everything his predecessors have done? Destroy the current Sino-Japanese relationship that has been built? You believe that PM Aso would not apologize the way Koizumi did and snicker we'll do it again? Please, let's get real. This is politics and diplomacy and Taro Aso has been Foreign Minister without starting WWIII. Even Hu Jing Tao has made his position clear that a new PM isn't going to wreck what China has worked hard to achieve.

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Posted in: Aso elected LDP president See in context

Aso is a bloody disgrace. His families' mining company during WW2 used >and abused POW labor for profit

Unless Taro Aso himself was personally involved in this I really don't see how that's relevant to judging him as a person or as a politician.

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Posted in: U.S. serviceman breaks into love hotel room See in context

What an idiot. But pretty damn funny. No one else is responsible.

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Posted in: Personality gives Aso edge in Japan PM election See in context

yes, i can`t wait. politically incorrect humor is always a big hit for a >leader of a nation.

Sure why not? Seems to work very well for the Governor of Tokyo.

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Posted in: Pot plant See in context

The chances are 99% that the man was transporting this potted plant.

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Posted in: N Korea preparing to restart nuclear reactor See in context

Can anyone think of a reason to keep N.K. on the terror list?

Yes, NKorea hasn't agreed to a verification of hteir declarations. If they weren't lying they'd have no reason to object. NKorea has zero moral highground. And it's got nothing to do with Bush. They've been this way since 1950.

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Posted in: Aussie pub offers free drinks to women who take off panties See in context

So what's the address of this terrible place?

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Posted in: 12 more arrested in China's tainted milk scandal See in context

Maybe it is time for Japan to tap into the worldwide baby formula market.

It's a known fact that already Chinese consumers who can afford it often purchae imported Japanese products rather than domestic Chinese products because of the the difference in quality.

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Posted in: A century after first fatality, safety is in the air See in context

No but I still can't figure out why the Wright Brothers and their plane are on the Ohio quarter when I'm fairly certain they made history in North Carolina. Kitty Hawk or something.

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Posted in: Aya Sugimoto See in context

PETA members go beyond Liberals. http://www.petakillsanimals.com/

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Posted in: Hideaki Ito introduces new disaster film '252' See in context

Some movies are a disaster.

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Posted in: U.S. government bails out AIG with $85 billion loan See in context

The more we buy U.S.A, the better the dollar will be. The more we buy >OTHER THEN U.S.A, the lower the dollar.

This isn't the result of a weak US dollar.

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Posted in: Aya Sugimoto See in context

It sure is a shame about her face. She does not even resemble the Aya >Sugimoto of her early bikini idol days.

I'd cut her a break. We all age dude.

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