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Posted in: Ghibli anime 'Whisper of the Heart' is getting a live-action sequel film See in context

Oh no, not Tori Matsuzaka. I'm fine with the anime ending.

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Posted in: U.S., China tiptoe around holes in new trade agreement See in context

It's sad how the US made itself so dependent on China.

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Posted in: Taiwan 'already independent', president warns China See in context

True that this one lady has more balls than all the male leaders of the world combined who are kowtowing to China after China throws money on their faces. I do hope she does well and Taiwan will always be free.

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Posted in: Chinese media blame 'dirty tactics' for Tsai's win See in context

The greatest irony in that. China only knows dirty tactics and so intimately. First, China got their monies into the pockets of the corrupted Western politicians to make them the favorable manufacturer of the world. Then they used big monies they gained from greedy Westerner capitalists to buy off more politicians and countries, stealing and copying others' creations then made those theirs. They throw out more cash to buy off Taiwan's allies to islolate Taiwan. With the way things are going, Taiwan will not be able to escape China's grasp. And if the US remains stupid, China will take their spot as the Emperor of the world. The world can't blame China for playing dirty, they can only blame themselves for being stupid.

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Posted in: Taiwan’s leader reelected as voters back tough China stance See in context

Good for Taiwan but China is using money to cut off all Taiwan's allies so Taiwan has to depend on China. It's like a disgusting and forceful marriage. I blame the US for giving China the means to become the bully it is today.

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Posted in: New questions rise after Iran says it downed Ukrainian plane See in context

One can only hope Iran learns from their mistakes and sees the errors of their ways.

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Posted in: U.S., Iran step back from the brink; region still on edge See in context

I do agree that Trump should have retaliated by striking some sites to not disappoint his anti groupie. It was just funny because they were the ones screaming bloody murder on Trump for starting ww3 just a few posts ago and on the same day even. Really fun stuff, man.

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Posted in: U.S., Iran step back from the brink; region still on edge See in context

I guess Trump's strike got Iran scared that there's a possibility that the US would use the excuse to flatten them like a pancake so they had to step back. Trump is a bit of a gambler.

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Posted in: 176 killed after Ukrainian plane crashes near Tehran airport See in context

I guess Iran will be keeping the black box.

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Posted in: Iraq wants foreign troops out after air strike; Trump threatens sanctions See in context

When Trump withdrew the troops from ME, the anti groupie screamed in anger "no, Trump leaves the void to another power or some bad guys to fill." When Trump deployed more troops to ME, the anti groupie jumped up and down, "no, Trump is starting WW3." Well, I find these reactions highly amusing. Trump is a gift that keeps on giving. Regardless of what the fans or anti-fans want, the US can't leave the ME. Can't.

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Posted in: Rockets fired in Baghdad after day of mourning for slain Iranian leader See in context

The conflict between the US and Iran will never end due to the US' position and the foreign policy that comes with it. Last time Iran provoked and Trump only responded with threats so I guess Iran thought Trump would always be a bluff and nothing more. I think this move shows a crystal message. It's a dirty job but someone gotta do it. A president should be able to make difficult decisions even if people hate him for it. I don't like the undecisive ones who just want to play nice and dare not take a clear stand for the fear of ruining their image.

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Posted in: Trump declares an Iranian's general's 'reign of terror' over See in context

Once again, the hate is strong against Trump. I really want to see Trump wins so the media and some others can go crazy.

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Posted in: Trump declares an Iranian's general's 'reign of terror' over See in context

I already pick my side which is obvious and I'm sticking to it.

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Posted in: Abe, Li agree on need to open new era for Japan, China See in context

China hates Japan while Japan is wary about China but hey money talks. There are consequences. It's just a matter of time.

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Posted in: JAL top in passenger survey for flights from North America: U.S. study See in context

I flew economy on JAL, ANA, Air Canada, Cathay, and Delta to Japan and the best is indeed JAL. The seat is comfortable and the food is great. Delta's food is good with me but they have some serious delays. Air Canada is always late and the food is full of carb. Cathay's food isn't great neither and they don't even service drinks during the flight after meals. ANA's food also isn't good but the seat is comfortable.

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Posted in: Bloomberg tells U.N. climate talks: You can count on the U.S. See in context

That's rich coming from Bloomberg. The way to help isn't to give money away but to start living a life style that will fight climate change. Yeah, like these rich folks can do that.

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Posted in: Bloomberg gun plan: Permits, assault weapon ban, age limits See in context

Heck, I don't vote but I will vote against this Bloomberg.

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

I had to laugh. A group of so-called world leaders gathered whispering, gossiping, and backstabbing behind someone's back. People think that was classy.

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Posted in: Trump barrels into NATO summit, clashes with France's Macron See in context

Macron's arrogance. He thinks the US and US' leaders are below him. His ambition is to be the leader of the EU and rise above the influence of the US.

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Posted in: Gov't to buy island in Kagoshima Pref for U.S. military drills for ¥16 bil See in context

I like to see the chain of owners of this island. Someone got to the island at the beginning of time and claimed this is my island??

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

There are things I prefer to pay in cash so I want cash to always be around.

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Posted in: U.S. demands Syria ceasefire; slaps sanctions on Turkey over incursion See in context

The US and the Kurds use each other for their own agendas. This is not a Trump policy but a US policy and it's not just starting now. I'm highly amused at how Trump can manipulate and swing his anti camp's opinions so easily.

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Posted in: Trump seizes on unsubstantiated China claims against Biden See in context

The Dems of course wouldn't want Biden investigated because they don't want the ugly stuff to come out in daylight. If the Bidens are clean, they wouldn't be so afraid to be investigated thoroughly but instead deflected attention on Trump. It's highly unlikely that someone in this messed-up political groupie (for the lack of a better term) aside from Trump & co actually still have some conscience left to do the right thing and investigate the Bidens. I like to see fairness and what's hiding in the Bidens' closet.

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Posted in: Australian opposition call for release of Trump transcript See in context

The world is laughing at how two parties from the so-called great nation are killing each other. And everyone gets to witness how savage things can get when one is the rebel of the State. If Trump dodges all the attacks purposely launched at him, he might as well deserve to run another 4 years. I'm really disappointed at his performance but the Democrat party played so dirty and low, they don't deserve any goodness going their way. Investigate all of them crooks politicians on both sides.

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Posted in: Kiwi schoolkids strike for climate See in context

If you're not part of the solution, you're part of the problem. Pointing finger is irresponsible behavior. Without humans, there won't be creations and trash everywhere. To save the planet from covering in trash, polution and destruction, humans have to cease to exist. It's only a natural course that we will destroy ourselves along with our planet.

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Posted in: Seeking favors, Trump asked Ukraine president to investigate Biden See in context

No one is above the law except the Bidens. They should be investigated and scrutinized like how Trump was investigated. People aren't stupid. The Dems and the media should be careful about how they want to pull wool over people's eyeballs. Trump may win the second time for the same reason he won last time. It's clear to me from day one that Trump was targeted because he's not one of them. I don't rate him highly but this is just ridiculous.

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Posted in: Man arrested for killing 85-year-old common-law wife; says he was worn out from looking after her See in context

On one hand, nursing home is costly but the quality of life leaves a lot to be desired. I would not want to put loved ones there. On the other hand, it's extremely exhausting to be a caregiver, mentally, emotionally, and physically. You just can't win. I come to realize it would be a blessing to die before getting old.

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Posted in: Anime studio boss at loss for words as he mourns bright, young staff See in context

I wonder how he got in and poured all that gasoline without anybody noticing. Clearly no one thought anyone would do that. A crazy man chose a random target and killed many innocent victims. It makes no sense.

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Posted in: Old software makes new electoral systems in U.S. ripe for hacking See in context

This is also a good excuse to re-do any undesired result because it was hacked so we need to redo the voting until we have the result we want. Only the result we want is legit.

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Posted in: Popular Korean YouTuber boycotts Japan by shredding flight ticket to pieces at airport See in context

This guy isn't the sharpest tool in the shed. The airline, regardless of which one, will sell his seat to another. They pocket both fares.

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