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Posted in: Trump says he asked Abe to pay more to host U.S. troops See in context

Yes, master. How much?

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Posted in: Details confirmed for Tokyo Olympic marathon, race walks See in context

Did we realize that Tokyo summers were hot and humid only after Tokyo won the Olympic bid? I'm sure some of us knew before that. Very strange how nobody said anything.

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Posted in: 62-year-old man turns himself in after robbing post office See in context

Exactly JonathanJo, three hot meals and a roof over his head.

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Posted in: Radiation 'hot spots' near Olympic torch relay in Fukushima: Greenpeace See in context


Are you saying your feet are 1m above the ground?

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Posted in: 'Nasty', 'two-faced', 'brain dead': NATO pulls off summit despite insults See in context

What was Mrs White saying to her daughter, Carrie, just before the latter was going to attend the school prom?......They're all going to laugh at you, they're all going to laugh at you....

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Posted in: 'Nasty', 'two-faced', 'brain dead': NATO pulls off summit despite insults See in context

Princess Anne was always one of my favourite royals even though I'm not a royalist. Glad to see she joined in on the fun!

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Posted in: UK police say bridge attacker had been jailed for terror crimes See in context

I consider myself very liberal, but I would not like to see those ISIS brides flown back to the UK.

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Posted in: Crown prince urges daughter to update public on marriage plans See in context

This is quite an assholish move by the father., trying to publicly embarrass his daughter.

Well, didn't he berate his older brother once, simply because he said something 'wrong'?

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Posted in: Trains, buses vie for passengers on Tokyo-Narita route See in context

Not everyone wants to go to central Tokyo. Many others need to go to even closer places and yet it takes much much longer to cover a shorter distance simply because most trains either go directly to central Tokyo or go south. Can either of the two rail companies please offer more trains between the airport and Narita station? Just one per hour just doesn't do it.

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Posted in: Democrats ask Trump if he wants lawyers at impeachment hearings See in context

Trump was only joking when he said he'd turn up.

Besides, Trump and Ghouliani only share one brain cell between the two of them. They won't survive being grilled at impeachment hearings.

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Posted in: Johnson implores Trump: Please keep out of election See in context

Brits do not want the NHS sold off to America.

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Posted in: Johnson implores Trump: Please keep out of election See in context

The surest way to get Donny to do something is to ask him not to do it, unless you strike his ego first.

Trump is not very good at jumping off cliffs.

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Posted in: Crown prince urges daughter to update public on marriage plans See in context

Yeah, Fumihito's fooling no-one (not talking about his hair colour). He's obviously in charge.

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Posted in: Brazil's president accuses actor DiCaprio of financing Amazon fires but offers no evidence See in context

Bolsonaro? Another wacky nutcase. O Trump brasileiro.

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Posted in: Pope urges world leaders to renounce atomic weapons See in context

Aren't the japanese shinto/buddist?

Not when it comes to weddings, they aren't. They're Christians then.

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Posted in: Pregnant woman punched, kicked in Australian 'Islamophobic attack' See in context

This would make Pauline Hansen very proud.

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympics: Japanese, English — but where’s the French? See in context

I remember Loony Ishihara criticizing the French language because of the way they count. That was rich, considering his ancestors had to borrow the names of the numbers from the Chinese.

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Posted in: Ex-entertainer Tashiro admits to drug possession charges See in context

Last time he was arrested, he looked absolutely anorexic and near death's door. I'm surprised he's still breathing.

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Posted in: Trump claims he’s why China didn’t crush Hong Kong protests See in context

So true. And the reason why the sun rises everyday? Trump, of course. God bless his heart.

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Posted in: Trump accuses impeachment witness of lying, defends use of Giuliani See in context

In yoga, there's what you call the child's pose, or balasana.

With Trump, there's another child's pose. See photo at the top. This just about sums up the man-child.

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Posted in: Prince Andrew urged to cooperate with U.S. over Epstein See in context

Him and his ex will cling onto any rich guy, to pay off their own debts and live the life of luxury.

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Posted in: Japan tells embassies risk of contaminated Fukushima water 'small' See in context


I know that on this website I'll get thumbed down, but I stand by my beliefs. I believe in Abe and I believe in his government.


Of course, it will be small if you keep increasing the minimum safety levels as has happened many times in the past. I mean, what's the point of having these safety levels any more?

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Posted in: Apple supplier Japan Display says exec embezzled ¥578 mil See in context

I'm going to go out on a limb and say that the criminal was Japanese, and not a foreigner.

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Posted in: Nearly 20% of Japan households using e-money but cash still king See in context

People should use whatever they like, e-money or cash. I personally don't want to keep going to the ATM everyday or have too many coins (especially 1 and 5 yen coins) in my wallet. I'm fine with my credit card and Suica.

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Posted in: What are some ways that living with a spouse are different from living with someone you’re going steady with? See in context

No need for a divorce when things go south.

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Posted in: Jon Voight, Alison Krauss honored with U.S. national medals See in context

Jon Voight “for his exceptional capacity as an actor to portray deeply complex characters.

The White House, which sometimes adds its own nominees, traditionally approves and announces them ahead of a presidential ceremony.

Bwah ha ha! It couldn't possibly be because Voight is a rabid supporter of the man-child in the white house?

Come on, give Chachi an award too!

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Posted in: Japan's aging 'Hidden Christians' fear they may be their religion's last generation See in context

There's nothing to worry about. I see so many Japanese enjoying Christmas and having weddings in churches.

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Posted in: Actress Sawajiri admits taking illegal drugs for over 10 years See in context

No sympathy for her. Nobody is pointing a gun at her and forcing her to stay in showbusiness if it's that stressful.

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