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Posted in: Japanese pop idol duo Tackey & Tsubasa disband after 16 years See in context

My heart aches now that I can't see Takki anymore. Too early and too handsome to retire.

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Posted in: Abe vows further efforts to attract 40 mil foreign visitors by 2020 See in context

9 years ago when I visited Japan, the JR office was small and I was the only one picking up the rail pass. This year I came back and it became this big office with line of people zigzagged out the door. Then I soon found out all the tourists in the world was in Tokyo. I love Japan and would come every year but airfare is really expensive and there aren't many flights with just one stop. Somehow, Air Canada always comes out with the cheapest fare but flying with Air Canada means I have to eat a lot of carb and little meat with no vegetable and they're always late. Airfare was so much cheaper and the routes (from US flights) were time efficient years before.

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Posted in: New 'City Hunter' anime movie announced; reunites iconic voice cast and director See in context

I've been a City Hunter fan for 21 years. Art looks very good. I love to see this.

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Posted in: N Korea calls summit a success as Trump halts war games See in context

It's a win win situation. The US stops the pointless drills and save money. NK gets to brag about it. And if Trump and Kim change their minds which they probably will, they tear up the agreement and start throwing threats again. There is nothing to lose. NK can't get the nukes to work anyways.

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Posted in: 'Wake up Punchy!' - Trump jabs back at De Niro See in context

Trump may not be articulate but he is not stupid and he is certainly smarter than DeNiro. The fact is he won the presidency with all the odds against him. Those who call him stupid should look at themselves in the mirror and think if they could have achieved that.

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Posted in: Japan says U.S.-South Korea drills are vital See in context

These drills are pointless and a waste of money. Save the ammos for the real war. Why waste energy, assets, money and time on something that doesn't amount to anything?

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Posted in: N Korea casts doubt on Trump summit if U.S. insists on unilateral denuclearisation See in context

The last thing the US wants is peace in the Korean peninsula. They would lose an excuse for their military presence there.

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Posted in: Putin vows to boost Russian economy as he begins 4th term See in context

I don't know what he did but it seems to be working. I'm paying more at the gas pump every weekend.

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Posted in: N Korea says Japan must adapt to join diplomatic fray See in context

Kim could not get the nukes to work so he has nothing under his sleeves to bluff anymore. Hence his sudden turnaround. Now he talks like he's the star of the show.

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Posted in: Syria regime forces clash with IS in south Damascus See in context

Figures that there won't be a report on the chemical attack proven to be staged.

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Posted in: Macron challenges Trump in Congress speech See in context

Macron shares the same high level of arrogance as Obama. And also talks up a good storm all the same. What he can achieve remains to be seen.

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Posted in: Russia, Syria trying to 'sanitize' chemical attack site: U.S. See in context

Uh huh, it's unknown source or it's from some credible information some where. Well, if you say so. Fooling me once is enough.

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

That means Trump fits in just fine. Comey is just jealous that he is not among the morally unfit group anymore. Why do people hate Trump so much when he is no different than the one before him? Wakanai.

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Posted in: Russia's Putin predicts global chaos if West hits Syria again See in context

Ah. So Macaroni is desperate to be relevant. I feel like Trump is playing his side like fools.

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Posted in: Putin sits back as U.S., allies strike Syria See in context

Putin being peaceful is a bad thing?? Well, US and co is the aggressive and warmongering party in all of this. They demonstrated clearly by their own actions. It's not a narrative, it's the truth. The so-called good guys wrote the whole plot and acted on it. Now that their opponent did not respond as they wished, they insinuate that being peaceful is the same as being cowardly and that it's an evil plan to show their own aggressiveness. Of course, they completely ignored the fact that they ARE aggressive.

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Posted in: Japan faces record low eel catch, renewing stock fears See in context

This is a serious issue. I love roasted eels and wouldn't mind flying to Japan for the Nagoya specialty dish. Wait for me.

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

In all of this, I'm just really interested in Putin's reactions. He is aware that the US and co would have endless plans under their sleeves to counter his side's efforts. He's holding up pretty well considering he is going against the master of the world and its numerous minions and all. People should be thankful that Putin is a pragmatic man because with all stuff thrown at him, it's justified for him to go berzerk and do something crazy (like Khrushchev). He has the means.

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Posted in: U.S., Britain, France launch strikes against Syria See in context

Well, of course the US and co wants to destroy the evidence and scene of crime just in case. I doubt that it makes any difference. The truth never comes to light. But their reaction is solid proof of their role in the chemical attack plot. It says more about them than the people they accused. It's a wonder that people look at this and think their reaction is justified. Reality is stranger than fiction.

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Posted in: Trump weighs Syria options; Russia envoy says 'cannot exclude' war See in context

Russia is in this because of its alliance with Syria and more so it doesn't want to lose current ground of influence. Russia is fighting out of necessity. Syria is fighting for survival because its country is being chopped up by different other entities and its fate decided by other bigger countries on top of the food chain. The master of the world, the US, on the hand is there for more expansion than it needs. It wants more cakes than the loads of cakes it already had, on the expense of people's lives. But it needs a noble cause and the justification for its ulterior motive. It will never leave Syria and will use whatever means to keep its presence there. It's like rich people getting something they don't need but just because they want it and can easily afford it. If Russia/Syria are the bad guys, the US is the fake gentleman. I don't want to take sides but it's hard to watch. It's like witnessing a bunch of bullies beating one trying his best to fight back to protect himself. It's unsightly.

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Posted in: Trump warns of missile against Syria; lays into Assad ally Russia See in context

The mastermind behind this chemical plot is none other than the one who uses it as justification to attack. It's a desperation to stay in the game and undo all progresses achieved by their opponents so far.

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Posted in: Zuckerberg resists effort by U.S. senators to commit him to regulation See in context

You can't escape the system. Aside from social websites, emails and internet, there are credit card companies and online shopping and abc to xyz. Anytime you receive convenience, you give them part of you and they make money on that information. But you're so wired in the system, you can't live without them making money off your personal information. The 99% work for their money. The last 1% make money off personal information on the other 99%. This is the matrix.

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Posted in: Trump vows quick action on Syria chemical attack See in context

Most of UN will get their arms twisted into going for except the ones receiving the damages. The US is the master if the world. It does what it wants but it needs to look good while doing it. Others are just sitting ducks.

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Posted in: U.S., Russia clash at U.N. over chemical weapons attacks in Syria See in context

Russia is trying their best to clean up the Syria mess since it's their backyard. The US has their abc to xyz plans to keep it from happening. The question isn't whether the US will come up with new plans but how will Putin respond to those incoming new plans. Trump found out how naive he really is and realized how his commander in chief title really didn't mean a whole lot.

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Posted in: Americans world's biggest TV addicts, watching four hours a day See in context

That's nothing compare to my internet addiction. Cable is expensive and I don't want to pay for it so I have no channels on my TV. I never did like American shows. I watch Asian stuff on the net. Jdramas sometimes are good. This year I only care for one so far. They just don't make good dramas like they used to. But youtube always have something. Vlog vids seem to be the thing.

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Posted in: Trump vows quick action on Syria chemical attack See in context

The plot as of now. Last episode, head of good guy expressed the desire to withdraw troops. But after being advised, he abandoned the intention. Bad guys complained good guys took control over oil fields in bad guy's turf. Chemical attack happened. Good guy blamed bad guy. This episode, good guy promises to punish bad guy. Good guy announces that it doesn't need to discuss with knights of the round table before attacking bad guy.

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Posted in: Trump says there will be 'big price to pay' for Syria chemical attack See in context

I should know a few things about being a refugee and pov. Trump just wanted to pull out but got his arms twisted into staying then this happens. More justifications for the US to stay.

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Posted in: Trump agrees to keep U.S. troops in Syria a 'little longer,' but wants out See in context

Trump hás absolutely no authority whatsoever to change the course of Syria. Things are clear.

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Posted in: Trump says he wants U.S. troops out of Syria; military advise against it See in context

As I said, decisions made in the Syria mess mostly isn't by Trump. If it's really up to Trump he already got troops out of Syria. But those top officials will get in the way and nothing will change anytime soon. The US will make more excuses to be there to keep things from settling down.

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Posted in: Russia expels 59 diplomats from 23 countries See in context

Living in world where the the master of the world see you as an enemy is no easy feat. Russia has to tolerate a lot trying to get by and to survive.

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Posted in: Trump says U.S. withdrawing from Syria very soon; 'let others take care of it' See in context

That would be nice. The reason why it's a mess is because the US was there to begin with. Trump wanted to withdraw but it's not just up to him. He makes vague promises because the decision mostly isn't made by him. So I doubt this will happen anytime soon.

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