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Posted in: Hackers strike at MasterCard to support WikiLeaks See in context

They desverse it very much! The Internet works because there are many dedicated, passionate people (or geeks) who make the Internet run. Too bad for all that commercial industry that the Internet wont work without those pesky geeks, eh?!

That Australian foreign minister is dead right! Assange did nothing illegal, basically he's only publishing the information. The US complaining about Wikileaks is as naive as complaining that I stole apple's from their garden tree which branch hangs over to my lot. Maybe they should look into why their information security has so many holes. Those guys calling for assassinating or hunting Assange like a terrorist are the most ridiculous ones, completely out of the world!

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Posted in: 70,000 commuters delayed by quarrel over cell phone on train in Chiba See in context

"seized him by the wrist"

This is called assault now?

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Posted in: Does J-pop really suck? See in context

Longer answer: Yes the music does really suck! It's a bad copy of US pop music which is already awful by itself. There's also the delegation which produces J-RnB, or J-Hip Hop, nasty copies of US westcoast BS RnB and Hip Hop. All just commercial crap without any creative value!

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Posted in: Does J-pop really suck? See in context

There's a very short answer to the question which doesn't even require to read all the text ... YES!

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Posted in: Sarah Palin: Serious 2012 contender or pretender? See in context

cactusJack at 10:50 AM JST - 2nd December Here is a soundbyte: "Sarah Palin, who is widely tipped as a possible Republican candidate for president in 2012, has said WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange should be hunted down in the way armed forces are targeting the Taliban and Al-Qaeda." What a nut. She will destroy whatever good is left in the USA.

She's just still pissed that her Emails were hacked and published on Wikileaks before. Takes everything too personal! Go back wolf hunting and exploiting nature in Alaska stupid b*tch!

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Posted in: Sarah Palin: Serious 2012 contender or pretender? See in context

If this woman gets a ruling position, it's the downfall of the world! I bet with you she doesn't even know who Kim Jong-un is!

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Posted in: U.S., South Korea begin war games See in context

... takes a seat and starts munching popcorn ...

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Posted in: Steve McQueen Exhibition to be held at Marunouchi OAZO See in context

Actually he in combination with his 68'er Mustang GT in Bullit was the epitome of "cool"! Talking about the Mustang ... it it on display too?

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Posted in: Defiant North Korea fires more artillery warning shots See in context

China warned the US against any military acts in their "exclusive economic zone" without permission. But it seems the upcoming drills extend also into this "zone". Let's see what will happen next. I hope US/SK doesn't give in to any dumb agreements and decides to cancel the event. I already bought popcorn and reserved a seat in the first row for the next four days!

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Posted in: China keeps pressure off North Korea See in context

China's excuses not to act on NK are lame! China is just arrogant willing to risk almost anything to keep their rising economy flow upwards. They make their political game very easy for themselves at the cost of others suffering. About time US and SK stops listening to China's pacifying BS and takes over this joke of a country called North Korea.

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Posted in: China keeps pressure off North Korea See in context

limboinjapan at 07:50 AM JST - 25th November Now if this is true then China must be now wondering what the hell to do with a nuclear armed nut case country that will now just keep blackmailing it for more aid and if so all I can say is WELCOME China to everyone else's nightmare you created. As for this little piece of crap "Worse, a South Korean victory would bring to China’s threshold a U.S. ally that hosts American military forces." One of the biggest BS things I have ever read, because if SK were to ever take the entire peninsula be it by force or peacefully once stability has been reached one of the first things a unified Korea would do away with are most if not all the USA bases and forces seeing without the NK threat there would be little need, China would not be a real threat because it does not take on well armed enemies and at that point a unified Korea would inherit the nukes that are now owned by the North so it is really a moot point.

This!

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Posted in: Tensions high after North, South Korea trade shelling See in context

Beelzebub at 09:39 PM JST - 23rd November but also makes fence-sitter Commie China feeling unpleasant. Unpleasant?? Who do you think is behind all this in the first place??

That might look like it but China several times made it look like that they want to prevent unrest in the pacific region (caused by other than themselves of course). But sure, they could be lying just like their North Korean lapdogs.

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Posted in: Tensions high after North, South Korea trade shelling See in context

Love the saber-rattling between NK and SK anytime it surges up! It not only ties SK closer together with US and Japan but also makes fence-sitter Commie China feeling unpleasant.

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Posted in: Sweden to issue international arrest warrant for WikiLeaks founder See in context

Looks like a smear campaign to me! I don't sympathize much with him but in one point he's right "conventional news media has failed!".

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Posted in: Anti-China protests held in Tokyo See in context

smithinjapan at 09:40 PM JST - 7th November No kidding! A young mom bringing out her children to promote hate! They are decent! They are justified! No Japanese has done anything wrong here! China is evil! This protest by Japanese people is all about how Chinese people protest! Exclamation marks!

Here are some more for you, you seem to like them so much, you mention them all the time! ... !!!!!!!!!!!!

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Posted in: Anti-China protest See in context

"And bringing them to a protest doesn't mean they are brainwashed either!"

True. It means they are in the process of being brain-washed. What are these kids going to say when they get home? They're going to talk about how they enjoyed the balloons and hanging out with mom, holding signs they couldn't read and obviously didn't write themselves... never mind they are being taught to hate a nation they can't find yet on a map.

Seriously? I can show you plenty who say they don't like China, and it only proves my point: they don't actually "HATE" the nation, they don't even know what they are talking about -- they are just little kids being encouraged to reiterate the garbage fed to them by people above. Likewise with little Chinese kids who have no idea where or what Japan is.

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Posted in: Anti-China protest See in context

smithinjapan at 02:22 PM JST - 7th November Who says that Japan brainwashes their children?! These are a couple of people who might be an exception! And bringing them to a protest doesn't mean they are brainwashed either! You have to show me one Japanese kid that has an aggressive stance against China! I haven't come across any in the 7 years I live in Japan now! In China on the other hand everyone is brainwashed right from the beginning. Every kid is told that Japan is the evil enemy!

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Posted in: Anti-China protests held in Tokyo See in context

Japanese need to go protest in front of the companies who sponsor the press! Because that's the only way to get the press realizing how dissatisfying they work!

To all the J-bashers founding their hate on WWII ... this is not WWII anymore and Japan is not the threat anymore! They have been peaceful for a long time. China instead is a real aggressor with conflicts on almost anywhere all over Asia where not another commie country borders on them. They currently have 17 territorial disputes because they believe everything in Asia belongs to them. They suppress ethnical minorities like no other. In China you have no right to free speech. All the protests in China happen because they where not only granted but instigated by the Chinese government. Go demonstrate about something in China that is not pleasing for the commies and you will see how quick you are being deported to a correction facility! Now how arrogant is that!? I don't see any of that happen in Japan! Japanese are in fact one of the very few people where a demonstration like this doesn't turn into violent behavior. Why is this? Because in this regard Japanese are decent!

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Posted in: Anti-China protest See in context

some14some at 07:24 AM JST - 7th November This is how children are brainwashed in Japan.

Should I explain to you how children are brainwashed in China?!

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Posted in: China says Japan distorted facts in island dispute; no meeting between Kan, Wen See in context

Aww, the angry little kid does not get the toy he wants and is enraged ... yet again. China needs to learn to grow up. Everytime they pull such stunt their international images degrades even more.

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Posted in: China lays claim to fastest supercomputer title See in context

Wondering what they are used for in PRC. Hacking the email accounts of human rights activists probably.

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Posted in: Trick or treat See in context

Roppongi? ... worst place in Tokyo!

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Posted in: Things Japanese girls do that make guys go, 'Huh?' See in context

They use a chihuahua or toy poodle as a fashion attachment.

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Posted in: Things Japanese girls do that make guys go, 'Huh?' See in context

They shave their eyebrows just to draw them back on again.

This and dying the hair to an auburn brown! There's this fraction of women in Japan that follow this trend. You could throw them all together in one bag and the common IQ you get out would still be below 20!

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Posted in: Show of force See in context

Beautiful flag! Show it more often!

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Posted in: Yon-sama invites 600 fans to photo shoot at Tokyo Dome See in context

He's loved by countless Japanese Oba-san! No wonder, he also looks like one of them!

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Posted in: Thousands in Japan, China rally over island claims See in context

whiskeysour: "How much islands do (japan) you need ?"

If you compare the mass of China's mainland and Japan you will notice that Japan has a land mass of roughly 6% to that of China. Adding to that is the fact that many areas in Japan are covered by mountains that are not economically feasible.

There your question sounds as if you confuse something here! It should naturally be asked: How much more land does China need?

Of course the land mass is irrelevant. The main reasons are gas and oil resources. And then there's of course China's big and stubborn complex they have about Japan.

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Posted in: Thousands in Japan, China rally over island claims See in context

If you check some14some's comments list you'll notice that he's some pro-Chinese goad. Best to just ignore his comments. He sounds like a 20 year old, naive student or a supporter of Japan's left-wing party.

Kwaabish put is exactly how it is. The violent demonstrations done by Chinese are a tool for their government.

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Posted in: I protest See in context

Their demanded to release the Nobel Peace Prize laureate is noble but they must be very naive to demonstrate on a right-wing protest spot.

@Disillusioned If they did that in China but not in Japan!

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Posted in: What do you think of the iPad? See in context

It wouldn't be so bad if you could actually do something useful with it, like launching Office etc. But with Apple's stupid restrictions it's just a glorified gimmick, it's in fact just a larger iPhone without phone and camera.

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