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Posted in: 19-year-old suspect in murder of sex worker at hotel to be sent to family court See in context

He knew exactly what he was doing and he had murder on his mind.

He picked a sex worker because too many people in society consider sex workers to be less than human. This man needs to be severely punished and the sex industry needs to be destigmatized. Sex work is real work. Period.

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Posted in: British police chief quits after comments about murder victim See in context

No. You did not ‘misspeak’. You said exactly what you thought and now that you’re coming face to face with the consequences, you’re trying to make it seem like you didn’t mean what you said. You’re supposed to be in charge of protecting women.

Disgraceful. And the fact that he was allowed to resign, presumably taking with him all the benefits that entails, instead of being fired is even more disgraceful

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Posted in: Relatives make painstaking searches for Mexico's missing See in context

I can’t imagine why anyone would want to flee across the border /sarc

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Posted in: 11-year-old boy dies after falling from 10th-floor apartment balcony See in context

An 11 year old should not be at home alone.

Sadly, we live in a dual income world.

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Posted in: U.S., Israel say they are exploring a 'Plan B' for Iran See in context

This article can be summed up as: US pitches a fit that Iran has stopped honoring the deal the US unilaterally decided it didn’t want to be a part of. Demands Iran return to deal in exchange for nothing.

Iran was holding up its end of the bargain. Then the US decided to toss a grenade into the deal and had the audacity to act shocked when Iran went back to its nuclear program. “I get what I want and you get screwed” might work on contractors building Trump properties, but here in the real world, you don’t get to pull out of a deal and then expect everyone else to still abide by it.

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Posted in: 4-year-old girl dies after falling from 25th-floor balcony in Osaka See in context

I really can't understand anyone with young children choosing to live above the second floor. Why take the risk?

No everyone has that choice. It’s possible that this apartment was what they could afford. Or what was available. Or they were living there before they had their kid and couldn’t afford to move for one reason or another. Not everyone can have the luxury of being choosy with where they live or are able to afford to move once they have a child.

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Posted in: Slain reporter's father takes on Facebook over violent video See in context

i ditched FB a while ago tbh. The site really didn’t have anything to offer aside from anti-vax weirdos, stop the steal loons, Russian bot farms, and flat earthers

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Posted in: Can the Taliban suppress the potent IS threat? See in context

We know for a fact Sept. 11 is a lie;

Yeah. The Twin Towers are just out picking up a gallon of milk and some cigarettes as we speak! They’ll be home any day now.

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Posted in: Can the Taliban suppress the potent IS threat? See in context

They are all the same. Why would they want to destroy their brothers?

Probably for the same reasons the IRA and the Irish Protestants were so gleefully blowing each other up during the Troubles. Both sides being Christian didn’t stop anything. It’s the same with ISIS and the Taliban. They are both ready the same book, but coming out the other end with very different interpretations. Hence the constant sectarian violence.

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Posted in: UK police won't act against Prince Andrew over sexual assault claim See in context

And the wagons begin to circle. Or should I say royal carriages?

Is anyone really surprised? We have a thousand years of precedent for European royals liking ‘em young. I guess it didn’t work out because they weren’t cousins.

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Posted in: France says ambassador to return to Australia after submarine dispute See in context

And the French finished sulking and came back to dinner. Like everyone knew they would.

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Posted in: Johnson says UK will emerge from Brexit, pandemic as more productive and dynamic nation See in context

C’mon, Bobo. Even you can’t honestly believe a word your saying, can you? The supermarket shelves are bare. There are lines for gas that last for days. Goods are sitting in ports going to rot because there aren’t any truck drivers. The Good Friday Agreement is in danger of collapse.

If there is one thing this has proved, it’s that Britain needed the EU way more than the EU needed Britain.

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Posted in: eFootball fiasco symptom of growing rush to bring out games See in context

I think it still does. When people want to play games, they want to do so immediately,

Yes, that’s true. It’s precisely BECAUSE of this that games are rushed out. Better to rush it out now than risk raising the ire of The Gamers. ffs, journalist Jason Schreier received death threats for merely reporting on a one-month delay to Final Fantasy XV. If games are rushed out pieces of junker, gamers only have themselves to blame for making delays, no matter the reason, a capital offense.

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Posted in: Britain blames 'heavy-handed' EU for Brexit deal problems See in context

It’s almost as if making a dumb decision by appealing to the racism and nationalism of the lowest rungs of society, all while living in a delusional fairy world where the sun never set of the Empire was a terrible foundation on which to build foreign policy.

By the way, how’s it going learning to drive your own trucks?

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Posted in: Japanese abductees' families urge Kishida to resolve issue with N Korea See in context

Politicize or whatever , what would you do if you happen to be a politician , or even the PM of the country.

Tell us all

What anyone would do is irrelevant, because what anyone can do is *nothing***. **Sad but true. My heart bleeds for these parents but what do they honestly think the Japanese government can do that they haven’t already tried? Do they think the J-gov is holding back some kind of Trump card and if they beg hard enough, the govt will play it? They keep pressing for the govt to do something, but never seem to elaborate on what they think that ‘something’ ought to be.

And all this talk about Article 9. What? Do you think that not having Article 9 would solve this? Are you really implying that Japan ought to go to war over a group of abductees that we have no evidence of even being alive?

No one here is blaming the parents for feeling angry. No one is blaming them for continuing to hold out hope. What we ARE doing is blaming the government for using them as props to bolster their nationalism cred while knowing full well that every promise they make to those parents is a lie to their faces. It’s clout-chasing on a national scale

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Posted in: Taliban raid suspected IS hideout after bombing in capital See in context

Hopefully they got their intel correct that it's an ISIS hideout and not something else like a wedding

Or an international aid worker and his family.

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Posted in: Japanese abductees' families urge Kishida to resolve issue with N Korea See in context

"I would like (the prime minister) to clearly express his determination and say, 'I will solve the abduction issue with my own hands,'" Iizuka said. "I want him to show us a concrete plan and take action."

I understand their pain. It’s real and it’s certainly warranted. But “solve the abduction issue with (his) own hands”? What do they expect Kishida to do? Lead a cross-border raid into the North? This isn’t a movie and there is no Jason Bourne. What will having yet ANOTHER summit do? We can’t even get the NorKos to agree to a summit on nuclear weapons, a far more pressing issue. What would this summit even look like? What leverage does Japan have?

Japan: We know you still have these abductees.

North Korea: No, we don’t.

Japan: Yes, you do.

North Korea: Prove it

Japan: Give them back or else.

North Korea: Or else what?

Japan: …

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Posted in: Princess Mako diagnosed with PTSD; to marry Kei Komuro on Oct 26 See in context

He’s good enough for her. That’s good enough for me.

How can you say such a thing??

He didn’t wear a tie when he got off the plane. According to some commenters, that makes him worse than Hitler. /s

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Posted in: U.S. military suicides rise 15% See in context

Sadly, what can we expect? The military spent two decades training a generation to kill, and then when the killing’s done and they aren’t needed anymore, they get tossed back into the alien world of civilian life with little more than a pat on the rear. It’s little wonder violence - directed both outward and inward - in an epidemic among vets. When you’ve spent who knows how long living in a world where the solution to every problem is to kill it, you can’t just turn that off. You can hardly blame the vets. The govt spends billions of dollars teaching them the best way to kill their problems, and then barely a penny to reteach them how to survive in a world where violence ISN’T an option. And when violence is the only way you know how to deal with an issue, it’s little wonder that the response to mental problems is suicide…

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Posted in: Mother suspected after 9-year-old son fatally stabbed See in context

I can speak from first hand experience

This is called an ‘anecdote’, and while I’m glad you have found mental health care easy to find and access, your experience is certainly not universal.

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Posted in: Fighting wave of misinfo, YouTube bans false vaccine claims See in context

But censoring information

You misspelled ‘lies’

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Posted in: 'The Big Delete:' Inside Facebook's crackdown in Germany See in context

If the left were so confident in their messaging then they wouldn't try and drown out any conservative counter-arguments.

Being right doesn’t mean having to tolerate lies. There’s only so much strychnine you can tolerate before it kills you. Or should I say horse meds?

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Posted in: 'The Big Delete:' Inside Facebook's crackdown in Germany See in context

*provably, not probably.

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Posted in: Princess Mako's boyfriend arrives from U.S. for wedding See in context

did he quarantine? @VM

Couldn't he get a nice haircut before getting on the plane? Guess his in laws are happy to see him like that.

And no quarantine in hotel for 14 days? @The Nomad

Komuro, 29, is expected to hold a press conference together with the niece of Emperor Naruhito after roughly two weeks of coronavirus quarantine

I’m starting to question the average literacy of this website’s commenters

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Posted in: German official slams online 'incitement' after mask killing See in context


My bleeding heart scarred over a looooong time ago. Nothing will take the ‘tolerant’ out of a ‘tolerant lefties’ like reading story after story of of innocent people dying of treatable diseases because the ICUs are filled with idiots. For a group of people who hate following medical advice, they sure are lucky those medical experts took an oath to not let them suffer the consequences of their actions.

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Posted in: German official slams online 'incitement' after mask killing See in context

It is a worry that as the unvaccinated continue to shrink in number, the hardcore will become even more desperate and hysterical

I used to argue with antivaxxers, but then I realized that I don’t have to. All I have to do it wait. And the problem will self-correct.

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Posted in: German official slams online 'incitement' after mask killing See in context

Mask or no mask, vax or no vax.

Everybody deserves respect and should treat each other with respect.

Less finger pointing and more compassion, brotherhood and civility

Seems pretty disrespectful that the unmasked are spread the disease to innocent people. Also seems pretty disrespectful of the unvaccinated to be taking up hospital beds that could be used to treat other people.

If you’re in vaxxed, the most respectful thing you can do is stay the hell out of a hospital if you get sick. You’re a waste of a bed. Innocent people shouldn’t have to die because of your choice. And hey, your immune system should take care of it, right?

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Posted in: Taliban ask to address U.N. General Assembly See in context

In this case, possession really is nine-tenths of the law. I don't foresee the UN rejecting the Taliban, as a simple matter of acknowledging reality. What possible use would there be in recognizing the previous administration's representative, when said representative would have zero power? It's possible they might decide that there is no legitimate representative, either Taliban or Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, but that seems unlikely.

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Posted in: Afghan women outraged by new Taliban restrictions on work See in context

Another 20 years, another generation coming up Taliban-free, and Afghanistan would be on a very solid social footing. The task was abandoned half way through. Tragic

40 years? You wanted us to stay in Afghanistan for 40 years? Do you realize how insane that sounds. A 40 years war? For what? We couldn’t do it for the Afghans forever. They were going to have to take the torch at some point and fend for themselves. At some point, we were going to have to cut the umbilical. Otherwise we might as well have just Crimea’d the whole country

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Posted in: Johnny Depp film sees Minamata pollution issue as cautionary tale See in context

It would be nice if Mr. Depp could also make a movie about the millions of folks in America and other countries who have been slowly, subtly, poisoned by the disposal of industrial waste in freshwater reservoirs used for drinking water under the guise of "dental health."

Are you talking about water fluoridation?? You mean that thing they’ve been doing for decades? That thing the medial community the world over agrees is a powerful tool to help fend off tooth decay with no measurable downside?

Do you want them to stop iodizing salt, too?

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