proudnippon comments

Posted in: Japan quake could raise concerns elsewhere See in context

I predict there will be a another global or a national disaster, a kind of natural calamity or due to the mishap of man, will happen on June 11 evening. It will be in Asia or in USA. If people do not change their view towards goodness and live for others, You will see it soon.

ahahaha I always enjoy your posts. Keep 'em coming

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Posted in: Keeping up with Japanese metrosexual manes See in context

think_not___. Why not think for yourself and not listen to this prat?

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Posted in: Malick's 'Tree of Life' wins top Cannes honor See in context

Great, Malick is incomparable. Last great auteur.

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Posted in: Why do famous men with power and influence (Dominique Strauss-Kahn, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Tiger Woods, Bill Clinton, for example) risk everything with their sexual behavior? See in context

sexual mistake is the biggest that we can not control. We need to find the cause of it. divine principle.com explain the reasons of it. good to read and find it.

just had a look at divineprinciple.com and it seems you are mistaken. it was just a load of religious codswallop. maybe you made a typo.

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Posted in: Schwarzenegger child report spurs media frenzy See in context

I think it's all quite funny, gave me a right good chuckle to read this in the newspaper. Thank you international media! Keep 'em coming!

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Posted in: Sony faces another hack attack See in context

the hacker was a former Microsoft employee paid from Microsoft to hack into Sony, due to the Xbox 360 competition of online subscribers

yeah....that's er, rubbish.

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Posted in: Why do famous men with power and influence (Dominique Strauss-Kahn, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Tiger Woods, Bill Clinton, for example) risk everything with their sexual behavior? See in context

There are far worse words than 'shag'. This thread has nothing to do with 'making love' and holding hands whilst prancing across daisy fields with your faithful partner who loves you for you rtuly are and would never dream of having an affair or looking at internet porn

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Posted in: Why do famous men with power and influence (Dominique Strauss-Kahn, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Tiger Woods, Bill Clinton, for example) risk everything with their sexual behavior? See in context

Women like to believe not all men are sex-obsessed. It's one of their many delusions

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Posted in: Why do famous men with power and influence (Dominique Strauss-Kahn, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Tiger Woods, Bill Clinton, for example) risk everything with their sexual behavior? See in context

Men like shagging. It's all we think about most of the day. Rich, famous men can shag anyone they want. Women like shagging rich men. It gets them money and attention. End of story. Or it could be Wizard aliens.

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Posted in: Justin time See in context

eh?

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Posted in: Sony resumes part of PlayStation services in U.S., Europe See in context

When will it be online again here?

when the Government decide it is safe. cause for worry

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Posted in: Bin Laden's sons say U.S. broke international law by killing their father See in context

US broke international law but that Oosama and those Eye-raqis did it first, and as every flag wavin' hootin' an' a hollerin' red blooded patriot knows, 2 wrongs make a right.

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Posted in: Kan to forgo PM's salary until nuclear crisis brought under control See in context

A lot more than most in his position would do, I applaud the gesture

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Posted in: Superheroes cheer children in tsunami zone See in context

great, I bet a few of the adults enjoyed it too, I would've.

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Posted in: William, Kate marry as 2 billion tune in across globe See in context

Brits love their royals. I have never met one who didn't.

hilarious, nice one. keep 'em coming.

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Posted in: Celebrations See in context

may as well run this photo as a recruitment advert for anti-US terrorists. This won't be seen as a defeat and watching these morons whoop and hollering will just stoke the fire further.

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Posted in: Celebrations See in context

Did you feel the same way when folks in the Arab world took to the streets and celebrated 9/11? Or how about when the insurgents in Iraq paraded around with the corpses of U.S. service men?

yeah, I was sickened then too. your point? you want to do the same?

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Posted in: Celebrations See in context

it makes me want to vomit seeing these morons celebrate like 4th of July. I thought civilised behaviour was what seperated the 'great white west' from the 'barbaric muslims'. Yeeehaaw all you want, you're still idiots.

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Posted in: What are you doing in your daily life to conserve electricity? See in context

the reality is, the only benefit from saving electricity NOW besides giving TEPCO less of your money is in building good habits that will be useful in the summer should blackouts happen again. you are not actually saving any electricity

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Posted in: Tokyo elects first openly gay politician in the history of modern Japan See in context

who cares if he is gay, being 36 and a politician in Japan is the news story here.

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Posted in: What are you doing in your daily life to conserve electricity? See in context

I'm saving so much electricity! I hope it is all being stored up somewhere safe so we can use it in the summer!

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Posted in: Yukina Kinoshita announces end of blog See in context

How am I supposed to know what her lunch looks like now? I feel totally cut off

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Posted in: Japan's Christians celebrate Easter amid disaster See in context

In America, we are always praying for you too. Don't fear, the Lord is coming.

Donating money would be far more useful, or is the Lord bringing Cup noodles and bottled water?

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Posted in: Japan's Christians celebrate Easter amid disaster See in context

There is no god, but I ate a whole lotta chocolate yesterday. Thank the easter bunny for easter!

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Posted in: Men act stupid when talking to beautiful women, study shows See in context

I'd like a government grant to study to study the relation between having a Phd and zero common sense

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Posted in: Anti-nuke See in context

3 idiots, the ones with the masks that is.

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Posted in: Japan should change its outdated, U.S.-imposed medical marijuana laws See in context

Irie irie, I and I agree

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Posted in: Tenor Placido Domingo signals support for Japan by going ahead with concerts See in context

I can't stand Opera but this tenor deserves respect for his humility and conviction.

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Posted in: Design for new Kabuki-za unveiled See in context

The new complex will also provide space for evacuees in case of possible disasters

riiiide the zeitgeist. by space for evacuees they mean the stage or possibly a broom cupboard out back. sounds nice though, gold star for the marketing dept.

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Posted in: Man dies in suspected gang-related shooting in Saga Pref See in context

bummer

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