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Posted in: Fired FBI director Comey tells ABC Trump 'morally unfit' for office See in context

Well "lying Comey" was fired and Trump IS the President so...............Morally unfit, and Crooked Hillary? Now there is a lady with very high morals! So sad that such a tall man had to stoop so low just so sell a book.

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Posted in: Western powers say air strikes crippled Syria chemical weapons program See in context

Syrians are claiming that they intercepted 71 missiles, including all 12 that were directed at the Al-Dumayr military airport outside of Damascus.

"The Pentagon insisted that no missiles were intercepted by Syrian defences and that the raids were “precise and overwhelming” while claiming the Syrian air defences remained “largely ineffective”.

I would say most of the world understands how the Russian and Syrian troll bots are out in full force now.

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Posted in: Japan's household spending posts biggest drop in nearly a year as wages fall See in context

Old people never spend, they save and have all the money.

I kind of agree with that statement in Japan. I have been living here along time and though some older people spend money, my experience is a large majority of Japanese oldsters just love to hoard their money, never spend and most importantly never invest in the youth of Japan. The will all die with their money, the government will take it all and their children will be left with nothing. A vicious cycle indeed.

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Posted in: Trade dispute escalates as Trump threatens $100 bil more in China tariffs See in context

Where Idiots can vote into power an Idiot who just keeps on being idiotic

I think a lot of people voted for him because if they knew Hillary Clinton was a bigger idiot. So we lost both ways.

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Posted in: Porn star says in TV interview she was threatened to keep silence on Trump See in context

Who cares if Trump got laid by a porn star 12 years ago? Trump didn't sign the agreement, he can easily say had no clue about it. Falls all on his attorney. And what penalty will that be? Nadda. This is all over hype and trying to spike CNN ratings. lose

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Posted in: No. of teen marijuana cases up 5-fold in 4 years: police See in context

Probably oji-san use is up too, but they will never report that.

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Posted in: Trump says he is prepared to meet N Korea's Kim See in context

Well, so much for the political elite fixing the 30 year stalemate with the North. Funny how a NON politician has the keys to peace and stability in the region. At least the two are speaking their real mind to each other.

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Posted in: 13 Russians, 3 companies indicted for interfering in U.S. elections See in context

13 Russians and 62.9 million extremely ignorant/naive Trump voters.

13 Russians and and the most brainwashed left wing media core in the history of the U.S.A.

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Posted in: Boarding now for a flight from Tokyo to Paris that never takes off See in context

Like it or not , this will be big. I think people all over the world will enjoy this.

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Posted in: Trump indirectly warns players over kneeling at Super Bowl See in context

I miss the Obama years, 

I don't.

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Posted in: Facebook losing youth at fast pace: survey See in context

Thank god the sheeple are waking up.

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Posted in: Trump indirectly warns players over kneeling at Super Bowl See in context

As he should, he is making America great again!

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Posted in: Newcomer defeats anti-U.S. base incumbent in Nago mayoral race See in context


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Posted in: Trump says Republican memo vindicates him in Russia probe See in context

It only points out a potential conflict of interest and possible politically motivated surveillance of an American citizen, which is not good. 

My point exactly. Trump will be vindicated because this is only the tip of the iceberg. We have to wait for more information to come, and it will come.

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Posted in: Trump says Republican memo vindicates him in Russia probe See in context

Its credibility as a national institution is shot.

That is correct and I might add Obamas legacy is shot too.

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Posted in: Trump says Republican memo vindicates him in Russia probe See in context

Trump says Republican memo vindicates him in Russia probe

It does.

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Posted in: Japan's antismoking plan with gaping loophole sparks outcry See in context

Just wait until all the foreigners come to Japan during the Olympics and become unhinged and start berating Japanese smokers while they are trying to eat their ¥20,000 sushi or teppanyaki course thinking for that price point they can enjoy their meal in a smoke free environment. The sh_t will hit the fan and the Governments policy will change overnight because the NO SMOKING restaurants will suddenly become more popular than the traditional smoking establishments.

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Posted in: Trump backs release of memo alleging FBI abuses See in context

Stick it to them Mr.President ! Let -the- chips -fall -where -they -may!

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Posted in: Senators race to end U.S. government shutdown before work week begins See in context

Stand firm, Democrats.

They will cave like they always do.

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Posted in: Trump says Russia helping N Korea skirt sanctions; Pyongyang getting close on missile See in context

Trump is doing alright. Admittedly I'm not the fan I was at first, but still better than what we could have had.

Amen on that brother!

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Posted in: Trump offers New Year's Eve message See in context

What a sad and pathetic year it has been. I hope that my fellow countrymen remain strong against the scourge of greed and hatred long enough to see this travesty through to its conclusion.

Most of your fellow countrymen don't know what the hell your talking about. Give it a rest already, it's 2018 and America is great again! Happy New Year to all!

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Posted in: Kim vows to 'win victory in the showdown' with U.S. See in context

Meanwhile Japan, south Korea and specially Americans play game of scaring NK and making them feel that they will be attacked any moment. 

It's called the art of war.

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Posted in: North Korea says U.S. threats make war unavoidable; China urges calm See in context

NK very funny now to play the victim. What happened to all their doomsday  rhetoric about how they were going to destroy the evil empire? Seems like the bigger and stronger bully is bullying the bully.

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Posted in: Japan avoids criticizing U.S. move on Jerusalem See in context

I think they don't care one way or the other.

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Posted in: Arabs, Europe, U.N. reject Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as Israeli capital See in context

Sore losers.

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Posted in: Everything you need to know about renting an apartment in Tokyo See in context

Everything that makes perfect sense regarding your living space wherever you are in the world, makes absolutely no sense in Japan.

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Posted in: Abe says N Korean missile tests are 'imminent threat' See in context

Abe says N Korean missile tests are 'imminent threat'

I would have to agree, so what will you do about it?

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Posted in: AKB48 and S Korean idol groups perform hits at music awards; turns out to be a disaster See in context

Being in the entertainment business, the problem in Japan is the Idol groups are controlled by a bunch of old men satiating their egos. They are not contemporary and prefer enka to J-pop. On the other hand, K-pop idol groups are controlled by more youthful and contemporary companies that allow young creative professional musicians to write, record, produce and choreograph their sound.

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Posted in: Obama to work for better U.S.-China ties: state media See in context

The U.S. has far better ties under the Trump Administration, like it or not China see's the world more like Trump NOT like Obama.

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Posted in: Ayumi Hamasaki offends S Korean fans during concert with Japanese war flag See in context

Japanese are not taught so much about their "warrior" past, only that big bad America dropped a nuclear bomb on them. I will bet if you talk to Japanese young people, they have no idea how much of Asia they controlled back then.

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