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Posted in: What awaits 2 Americans accused of helping Ghosn flee Japan? See in context

What?? You’re telling me a mega-rich person used greedy idiots and unsuspecting innocents to escape possible legal consequences, only to then leave said idiots and innocents to twist in the wind while he lives in the lap of luxury somewhere where he will be immune to the repercussions of his actions??

Say it ain’t so, Gho!

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Posted in: After record COVID-19 deaths, Bolsonaro tells Brazilians to stop 'whining' See in context

I’m beginning to think all nationalists, regardless of nation, are secretly a bunch of masochists. Because their leaders will talk to them like Christian Grey, and they’ll just come crawling back for more, tongue out and primed for bootlicking.

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Posted in: Website maps complaints of neighborhoods with noisy children See in context

Man, for a country with a meteorically plummeting birth, people sure seem to hate kids. Then when this guy is an old prune, he’ll whine that no one is paying into his pension.

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Posted in: Attacks against Asian Americans in U.S. intensify a year into pandemic See in context

Anyone that is asked where they come from and put America second in the response should be deported to the country or continent they claim to be from. Seems obvious to me that they think of America as a second class quality.

Boy, if THIS is what qualifies as ‘American’, I might just leave that bit off entirely.

The sad and harsh reality is that the Democrats have failed the Black communities for over 60 years, their policies and gutted and devated them

Don’t worry, guys. The GOP and Trump will show us all how much they help black people. It’s on their agenda right after releasing their healthcare plan.

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Posted in: 2 American men wanted for aiding Ghosn's escape arrive in Japan See in context

Why he decided to return and live in America, where he knew he could be arrested, I’ll never know.

Because he clearly thought his status as a veteran would protect him from any and all consequences. Some boot-boys demand a discount at Waffle House; others demand a carte blanche to commit international crimes.

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Posted in: 2 Americans who helped in Ghosn's escape to be turned over to Japan See in context

No doubt they too will be locked up in solitary confinement indefinitely without a charge and interrogated daily to force a confession.

“The Tokyo District Public Prosecutors Office sent prosecutors to the United States the same day to arrest the two men, Michael Taylor, 60, a former Green Beret, and his son Peter Taylor, 28, for enabling a criminal suspect to escape, among other charges, according to the sources.”

Uhh...might want to read the article more closely.

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Posted in: Woman who fell to death from 9th floor was thrown by husband, police allege See in context

It's irrelevant, but I would like to know what she said, that he felt not only obliged to strangle her but to throw her off the balcony.

I imagine it would be something akin to “Help, help, he’s going to kill me” followed by strangling noises. But you were right, it was certainly irrelevant.

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Posted in: Woman who fell to death from 9th floor was thrown by husband, police allege See in context

It seems so. Remember that people I’m Japan are guilty until they prove themselves innocent

A presumption of innocence does not mean that the allegations are assumed to be wrong. It simply means that the accused cannot be punished prior to conviction.

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Posted in: China denies subjecting U.S. diplomats to COVID-19 anal tests See in context

Did the Chinese at least take them to dinner first?

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Posted in: Facebook launches PR campaign to defend targeted ads in spat with Apple See in context

This is laughable. Facebook trying to dress their monetization of your personal information as them ‘trying to help small businesses’ is like those anti-union videos they made us watch during job orientations, talking about how bad unions are and how the bosses are telling us this ‘to try and help make life better for their workers’.

The air around Facebook’s data gathering is so thick with naked greed that you’d need a hacksaw to cut it.

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Posted in: Opposition demands resignation of elite female bureaucrat over scandal See in context

Wait a minute? Japanese govt officials can demand things? I thought all they could do was ask, urge, or recommend??

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Posted in: Turkish pilots, official get 4-year jail over Ghosn escape See in context

Well, that’s about what I expected. Ghosn gets to live out his retirement in Lebanon, free as a bird, while the lives of the people who got him there are left in shambles.

But that’s what happens when you p*ss from a great height - it’s the people on the bottom who get wet.

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Posted in: French film giant Gerard Depardieu charged with rape See in context

get a signed agreement before even touch a girl.

you don't know if they really want you or just your money.

With an attitude like that, I’m not sure there’s enough money on earth to get a girl to touch you.

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Posted in: Japan renews claim on South Korea-held island See in context

Obviously the only solution to this dispute is to settle it at the ICJ

@Ossan, c’mon, I know you know what I’m about to say.

The case can only be brought to the ICJ if both sides acknowledge a dispute exists. South Korea claims that the territory is indisputably theirs. Therefore the ICJ has no jurisdiction.

This is the EXACT SAME position Japan takes on the Senkakus. Japan refuses to go to the ICJ by refusing to acknowledge the existence of a dispute.

What’s good for the goose is good for the gander.

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Posted in: Girl wins suit against Osaka Prefecture over school telling her to dye hair black See in context

I agree, but we're talking a legal case here. As the claim of the school was that her hair was dyed at the point when they examined it, she would need to prove it wasn't dyed - at that point. 

I think you have this backwards. Since the school was the one who was making the accusation, the burden of proof falls in them. The school should have to prove her hair was dyed, not her having to prove it wasn’t.

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Posted in: After criticism over Mexico trip, Cruz flies back to frozen Texas See in context

It's especially funny when you couple it with all the people reminding Flyin' Ted of that time he blamed the fire-caused blackouts in California on 'Socialism'...and then his entire state is freezing to death because those anti-socialist Texans decided to cut their own power grid off from the rest of the country to avoid federal regulations.

Welp. They got what they voted for. I struggle to feel bad. And the image of their elected officials fleeing to warmer climes is just the cherry on top.

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Posted in: Attacks on older Asians stoke fear in San Francisco Bay Area's Chinatowns See in context

@himariYamada. When a policeman kneels on the throat of an elderly Asian and the world watches this very public murder...

You forgot “and gets off scot free”. That’s an important bit.

As for the attacks, I’d be curious to know how whether these attacks had racial motivations or if they were motivated by the fact that the elderly make easy targets.

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Posted in: Girl sues Tokyo high school that made her drop out for breaking no-dating rule See in context

Japanese fossils: Don’t you even THINK about dating or romance or partners or relationships or ANYTHING like that!!

Also Japanese fossils: NoOo BaBIEs NaZEDeSuKA!???!?!1!?11!?

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Posted in: WHO team visits Wuhan research lab at center of speculation See in context

According to some virologists, the characteristics of the virus as it mutates are more characteristic of somehting that was synthesized than something naturally occurring.

[Citation Needed]

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Posted in: Pete Buttigieg becomes first openly gay cabinet secretary confirmed by U.S. Senate See in context

I'm glad to see him getting some federal governing experience under his belt. That'll help him down the line, for sure.

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Posted in: Man to be extradited to Japan for aiding Ghosn's escape accuses U.S. of 'betrayal' See in context

Wasn’t there an idiom that goes something like ‘If you can’t do the time...’?

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Posted in: Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi, other ruling party figures detained in apparent coup See in context

What a sad disappointment this woman turned out to be.

I never thought I'd see the day, but bass, you and I are in complete agreement on this.

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Posted in: Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi, other ruling party figures detained in apparent coup See in context

ReynardFox

Using claims of ‘election fraud’ to justify a coup d’etat against a democratically elected government, carried out by a thinly-veiled dictatorship containing a disproportionately large number of military servicemen. Now where have I heard that before?

Dont be so bashful. Tell us where you have heard that before.

But Zaphod, I wouldn't dream of insulting your intelligence by spelling it out for you. I'm sure you'll tease out my inference in no time.

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Posted in: Greene a 'cancer' on Republicans, McConnell says, as Democrats push to drop her from committees See in context

Tolerance is a two-way street. An intolerant person has no right to demand tolerance in return,

This is called "The Paradox of Tolerance". Tolerance is not, cannot, and ought not be limitless. We cannot and should not tolerate the intolerant, as the intolerant will doubtlessly use that tolerance to set spread their message. And do you think that if those intolerant people attain power, that they'll extend the same courtesy to those who tolerated them? Of course not.

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Posted in: Greene a 'cancer' on Republicans, McConnell says, as Democrats push to drop her from committees See in context

She's a duly elected representative of the people.

In a democracy you must respect the will of the people, even if you don't like it.

She has a right to be in Congress, not a right to cushy and important committee positions.

This lunatic believes not only the QAnon rubbish, but also that the California wildfires were started by Zionist space laser satellites.

And you're right, she was democratically elected. But just because you're a voter doesn't mean you're not still an idiot. As her election aptly proves.

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Posted in: Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi, other ruling party figures detained in apparent coup See in context

Using claims of ‘election fraud’ to justify a coup d’etat against a democratically elected government, carried out by a thinly-veiled dictatorship containing a disproportionately large number of military servicemen. Now where have I heard that before? It’s only a matter of time before they start crowing about ‘fake news’.

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Posted in: Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi, other ruling party figures detained in apparent coup See in context

I'm torn between "That was fast" and "You lasted longer than I expected"...

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Posted in: Stop endless referendum talk, Johnson tells Scotland See in context

Aww but Boris, I was under the impression that a democracy that cannot change its mind is no democracy at all.

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Posted in: Trump lawyer Giuliani faces $1.3 bil lawsuit over 'big lie' election fraud claims See in context

Huh. Turns out, you can’t just tell lies about someone over and over to your massive following until they become so incoherently rabid that they start harassing that someone.

Did these morons not learn anything from watching the Sandy Hook parents pull Alex Jones inside-out through his own behind in court?

I’m being rhetorical, of course. If they were capable of learning, they wouldn’t be Trump supporters.

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Posted in: Billionaires thriving as poor suffer in widening COVID-19 divide: Oxfam See in context

Boy howdy. Conservatives are apoplectic when people want $15/hour, but seem to have no problem with Bezos making $2000/second. Or Musk claiming to have come from nothing when he was the son of the owners of an apartheid-era emerald mine.

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