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Posted in: We do not choose our sexuality, gay referee Owens tells Folau See in context

By the way in saying so, pedos can say the same about their sexuality so careful.

Especially the majority of them? You know, the straight men who prey on young girls?

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Posted in: Swift calls out homophobes on new song, announces 7th album See in context


Slightly hypocritical don't you think? She wants people who don't like gays to keep their mouth shut, but it's okay for gays to parade up and down the street in public display.

As opposed to everyone else flirting and jiggling their stuff at carnival time? Have you seen the stuff that goes on in Rio and Notting Hill?

concerned citizen:

Personally I'm not into the gay lifestyle and have an aversion to it.

And I don't think most gays chose this lifestyle. But of course, you probably think these people woke up one day and said, Oh I want to be gay from today.


Of course! Freedom comes with many problems.

So true. For example, the freedom to choose a constant liar, racist, low-IQ immature five-year old as president of a country. Yes, so true.

bugle boy:

I don't dislike gay people as a rule

....and you have a gay relative, you like listening to Queen, blah blah blah.

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Posted in: G20 to tackle ocean plastic waste as petrochemical producers expand in Asia See in context


I agree. Lots of law abiding citizens here! One look at some of the beeches here and you’ll see 90% Korean or Chinese character writing.

That's strange. On the road, two minutes walk from my home, there are lots and lots of abandoned tires/tyres. Don't tell me, the Chinese and Koreans flew all the way to Japan to dump them.

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Posted in: Singer Ayumi Hamasaki criticized by fans for 'inappropriate' Instagram picture See in context

Is she still relevant?

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Posted in: United by fear of China, Hong Kongers stage record march See in context

We're with you, HK. Hopefully, one day, it will have a trickle effect and spread into the mainland.

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Posted in: Nadal sweeps to 12th French Open and 18th Grand Slam title See in context

Congratulations! Number 13 at RG next year???

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Posted in: Life in the loop See in context

You see that picture and you understand how groping is endemic. Ballz to ass all the way through.

And they can't afford to be too fussy. All I see are middle-aged and old salary men!

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Posted in: Djokovic's Slam run ends at French; Thiem vs Nadal in final See in context

How about some news of the women's finals?? Just saying.

Well done, Ashleigh. She did well in cricket, but realized tennis was her calling.

Tomorrow, she'll be the world number two and trailing Naomi by only 136 points.

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Posted in: Burn or spurn? What to do with plastic waste See in context

But first, the most important thing is 'reduce' use in the first place.

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Posted in: Trump honors D-Day vets, discusses Vietnam deferment See in context

"At that time, nobody had ever heard of the country."

Speak for yourself, Mr low IQ.

Trump, who has called climate change a hoax, didn't indicate he was moved by the arguments he heard.

Reminds me of the Trump supporter who said climate change has always happened - quote, it's called winter, spring, summer and fall, unquote.

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Posted in: Labor minister opposes banning female dress codes with high heels See in context


Exactly. This 'man' should also try wearing high heels for a few days. I bet he'd be begging for a foot massage after day one. Perhaps he'd also like to wear a miniskirt during the winter months so that he knows what schoolgirls have to go through. Whenever I see men and women dressed all in black and in the same suits or skirts, etc, during job-fair or fist day at work, I can't help thinking that Japan has always been the most successful communist country.

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Posted in: Thousands protest against Trump in London See in context

The size of the anti-Trump crowd in London was probably due to spill over from a commemoration of the Tiananmen Square massacre - downgraded by Australian professor Gregory Clark to a “peaceful dispersal of several hundred students by elements of the People’s Liberation Army”.

How ironic! The man-child coming to the UK and the TAM anniversary on the same day. Lies, fake, and more lies!

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Posted in: Japan to ban free plastic bags at stores to fight marine pollution See in context

The stores think they're ding all customers a favour by dishing out as much plastic as possible. It's not. It encourages the lazier customers. As usual, Japan is one of the last countries to think ahead. It astounds me the number of people (especially the salariman) who just can't be bothered to bring their own bags, even if it is an old plastic bag. I've reused my old plastic bags hundreds of times each, and when it's of no more use, I'll use it to throw garbage away. But, some cities, insist you buy a special plastic bag. Good grief.

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Posted in: Trump, in new interview, says British royal Meghan was 'nasty' to him See in context

No, she wasn't nasty to him. She just said he was a nasty person, which most sane person will admit too. Of course, those living on cloud cuckoo land (or those being paid by the man-child) will beg to differ.

He’s on tape.

No, he's on something else!

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Posted in: Cool cabinet See in context

They look sharp and they are sharp.

Why is Abe looking like a hunchback, pigeon-toed? Kono has his usual gurning face - heck, it's even visible this far out! Aso and the two guys to his left look half-dead. And this lot lead Japan???!!!!!

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Posted in: Nadal thrashes Nishikori to set up semifinal clash with Federer See in context

Nice work Kei!

He lost badly, by the way.

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Posted in: Thousands protest against Trump in London See in context

The NHS IS NOT FOR SALE! UK and the NHS may not be perfect, but it has done more for the British than American healthcare for the average American.

BTW, someone remind the man-child what the NHS is.

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Posted in: Hackers access student data at top Australian university going back 19 years See in context

China, if you're listening, hack into the schools and colleges which Trump attended. He's hiding something, which means the grades are bad. Didn't he challenge someone to an IQ test not long ago? Please, take up that challenge!

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Posted in: You can have your plate and eat it too, says Polish inventor See in context

This is the sort of news I like to read about.

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Posted in: Yoshinoya releases new line of canned, ready-to-eat beef bowls See in context

Or cat food. Sheeba, anyone?

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Posted in: Asian-American rom-com 'Always Be My Maybe,' ethnicity is secondary See in context


since the main male character is weak.

What, because he doesn't have bulging muscles, because his pants aren't half way down his knees, because he doesn't manspread, because he treats other people with respect, because he's Asian, or some other reason? What exactly is going to please you? You stick to your typical American action hero stuff, and let other people enjoy something different for a change. You know where the off button is.

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Posted in: Trump lavished with royal pomp and pageantry on state visit to UK See in context

"Haven't seen any protests yet, but I'm sure the Fake News will be working hard to find them," Trump wrote on Twitter.

Of course you haven't. You've been ushered through the back of BP by helicopter. Aren't you going to parade yourself down the streets of London to see all your fans? Or will he take the helicopter to Downing Street?

And that photo! His gut is literally bursting through.But don't worry, he's the fittest president ever. He'll live to 120!

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Posted in: Twitter apologizes for suspending accounts critical of China See in context

Twitter doesn't operate in China. So why this? Are Google and Facebook going to follow too?

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Posted in: Serena, Osaka crash out of French Open See in context

If Osaka doesn't improve, her Japanese grandfather might start ignoring her again.

As for her former coach, that ship has sailed. At least one of them is not going to want to lose face.

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Posted in: Serena, Osaka crash out of French Open See in context

Ganbare Japan!:

I thought clay was her best surface. Oh, I know, grass is her best surface.

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Posted in: Robert Pattinson picked as the new Batman: report See in context

Was never interested in Twilight, but I do remember him from the Harry Potter movie. He has an interesting face - it's ugly and good-looking at the same time.

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Posted in: Imperial couple in Aichi for National Arbor Festival See in context

Yeah, she looks so much better without those hats. The female members of the family all look the same with the same old-fashioned dress and hats.

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Posted in: Corbyn accuses Trump of interfering in UK politics with Johnson comments See in context

It is only because of the weird way that America counts votes that the loser gets to win.

Helped along the way with gerrymandering and voter suppression.

2020: Drain the swamp, and disinfect the scum on top!


Can’t wait for Boris to do a no-deal Brexit and take us out! Oh, and go Trump 2020!

As someone just asked, who is 'us'? But, yes, I also want to see Trump go!

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Posted in: 4 ways to be a good traveler in the age of overtourism See in context

That photo of the line of people on the Himalayas....reminds me of Fuji-san when I went there 20 years ago! I shudder to think what it's like now.

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Posted in: Automated train travels in wrong direction, injuring 20 in Yokohama See in context

I've been on it several times. This line has been around for a loooong time. It's not as if it started operations a few weeks ago.

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