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Posted in: Why the Japanese Are a Superior People See in context

How does having the highest suicide rates of virtually any nation and a stalled economy equal racial superiority?

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Posted in: Stylishly tanked See in context

Cool. Bottoms up!

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Posted in: Innocence lost: the dark side of Akihabara See in context

Just reading this story makes me feel creepy. Japan please stop coming up with new creepy, we have too much already.

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Posted in: Manga mania See in context

Best of luck to ya!

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Posted in: Packing heat See in context

I know that it's an airsoft gun but it looks exactly like a real one and in America the cops shoot to kill for just the motion of reaching for a gun so it was kind shocking to see for the first few second until you thought it out.

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Posted in: 16 killed in shootout at Mexico's Acapulco resort See in context

Most if not all the guns the Mexican Cartel gunmen are using are smuggled in from the US where the gun laws are infamously lax and nearly all the narcotics are smuggled into to.

The problem with Mexico is that they live next to fiends with a fetish for guns and drugs.

America has to look long and hard at it's war on drugs and sue for peace. Prohibitions only created organized crime in the 20's and 30's and prohibition today is turning Mexico and to some extant Afghanistan into a Narco-State and filling the jails is not working.

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Posted in: U.S. liberals ask how they lost gun rights, Guantanamo votes See in context

I think it is rather ironic that people are buying guns and ammunition at records in fear that a Democratic led Congress and president will take them away. As for Guantanamo people are doing what they have done in America since day one. Standing on a soap box and yelling "Not in my neighborhood".

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Posted in: Why do Asian pop stars have a hard time succeeding in the U.S. market? See in context

I think that Japan has many talented artist but they have little play in America for the same reason many foreign artist have a problem in the US namely language. Rammstein had some success but I can't remember the last time I heard them on the radio. I recommend that J-Pop stars take an alternative root to the US market much like Moby by having his music played mostly in advertisements. Either that or partnering with established US and European artists.

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Posted in: Shizuoka woman held for prostituting 15-yr-old daughter to 71-yr-old ex-husband See in context

You don't need money that bad to do that to your daughter.

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Posted in: Pregnant junior high school teacher harassed by students’ 'Miscarriage Club' See in context

In the US they would file assault charges and expel them. Many schools here have zero tolerance policy. I think the least that could have been done was have them transferred to other classes or need be other schools to break up the "club".

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Posted in: Nipponbashi Street Festa See in context

Hey Wolfpack I agree they do look like kiss fans.

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Posted in: Strong yen drawing Japanese women to S Korea for plastic surgery See in context

Men inject themselves with dangerous drugs and exercise so much that they actually do permanent damage to their muscles and must live with terrible pain for the rest of their lives because they sought to live to an unreasonable expectation of how a man should appear very much the same way many women resort to drastic plastic surgery to reach the female ideal as dictated by the public at large.Now teenagers in the US are embedding thing under there skin the for the same reasons they use to slash themselves, to fill a void in their lives. These people have a sickness and we should not judge them poorly for what they can't control but try to help them as best we can.

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Posted in: Newborn girl dies after being left in bicycle basket in Tokyo See in context

Nearly everyone seems angry at the mother of this poor child but their has to have been a father and we don't know his involvement if any. Men have a responsibility to the children they bring into his world but are too often forgiven for neglecting it. Now this is just hearsay and conjecture but as far as we know the mother could be died in an apartment from blood loss and the father distraught and scared abandons his child. But few people seem to think that because women are only expected to take sole responsibility for child rearing.

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Posted in: Nintendo DSi portable videogame player to hit U.S. in April See in context

Some one stole my DS so I might get it. I would not recommend it to anyone happy with their old DS.

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Posted in: Boycott of violent Japanese video game urged in U.S. See in context

People are sick.

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Posted in: U.S., Japan sign pact to move Marines to Guam See in context

I say they should evac the whole damn base just to save the legal fees every time someone screams rape because the redneck from Georgia can't keep it in his pants.

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Posted in: Grace Park hones her skills on 'Battlestar Galactica' See in context

I hate re-imaginations of classic shows so I hated the new Battlestar Galactica but I understand that you young whippersnappers need to see gratuitous naked tiny Asian chicks on every other episode or you change the channel so I respect how she did a very admiral job as a tiny naked Asian chick when the script demanded it.

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Posted in: Amazon yanks Japanese rape simulation computer game See in context

let's play fair: i don't like video games, I think they're boring and shortminded. However, which crime is "worst" (in terms of more punishable), killing or raping. I think it's killing, isn't it?

No, it's not. If I had to choose the option of being raped or murdered I would go with murdered and find out which religion was right. Rape is a war crime because it is a way to terrorize a populace and harm civilians,you should read "The Rape of Nanking" by Iris Chang, which is about Japans seige and occupation of the former Chinese capitol during World War 2.

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Posted in: 27-yr-old police sergeant arrested for having sex with 14-yr-old girl See in context

I don't care what the motives of the girl was in the end the guy is a cop he knows for damn sure that what he was doing is a crime. I only hope they throw him in general population. For those not in the know general population is where convicted citizens go former police officers and prisoners who have given testimony against others are put in protected or segregated holding so they don't get killed or raped and not necessarily in that order.

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Posted in: Keanu Reeves goes way of the samurai in '47 Ronin' See in context

He's a white dude from Kali and no wire-fu, make-up or special effects can change that. His only memorable line in the Matrix movies was "Whoa". Hollywood please stop trying to rip off Asian Cinema by placing Western actor in the same instance and act like that doesn't insult the original vision. John Sturges showed respect to Kurosawa's masterwork Seven Samurai and adapted to the American west in The Magnificent Seven with great care and Kurosawa loved it so much he gave Sturges a sword

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Posted in: Canada bus attack leaves man decapitated See in context

All I can say is that is nuts. I guess it's lucky he didn't have a gun.

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Posted in: Father, daughter found dead at home in Osaka See in context

We need more info before we rush to a terrible conclusion such as murder suicide.

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Posted in: Man on motorbike assaults schoolgirl, steals her underwear on Gifu street See in context

I just hope that they catch the perv before he decides to escalate the violence and do something worse.

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Posted in: Cheerleader revs up boring business offices See in context

Hey didn't a DS game come out last year where you did the same thing but for everyday smos.

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Posted in: Cop arrested over sex with woman involved in crime investigation See in context

Meet me the cop in a parking lot at midnight. Think I'm gonna interrogate you in a proper manner? I say he took advantage of his position and should take a pay cut and loss of position and sh!ty posting but I don't see it as a crime. She should have exercised common sense, something not big in this country, and questioned the meeting at that time in that place. This tells me she sort of consented in a way so she'll have to take half the blame as well.

In the end off the day the cop abused his authority to coerce a suspect to have sex with him. That is a form of rape. Imagine if you were at college and were summoned to your professors office were he says he suspects you of cheating on the test, true or not, and then asks you to meet him somewhere private. You may go voluntarily and may have sex without him physically forcing you but you almost certainly would not have if it was not for the threat of expulsion. Now turn the professor into a cop and the test into some crime and the expulsion into an arrest that could be even more humiliating or in the case of her being a witness to crime that could put her in danger of retaliation. Bushlover's comment is an all too common example of blaming the victim.

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Posted in: In 2050, your lover may be a robot See in context

I think everyone so far has failed to see the danger this poses to human civilization. Mankind has spent the past 2,000,000 years creating culture, power ballads, math, Coed sleepovers, science,one liners, architecture, clinchers, sports, stories to go with that scar/tattoo, art, polaroid nudes, war and Corvettes in order to convince another person to have sex with them because they are better than the other ape. If sex becomes as easy and legal as buying an ipod them we are all doomed.

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Posted in: Blog shows insight into Akihabara murder suspect's mind See in context

" He seems interested in photo books of 12- to 13-year-old girls at bookshops.” Creepy, creepy, creepy!!!

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Posted in: 17-yr-old girl held for threatening massacre in Internet message See in context

I live in Massachusetts and a ten year old was taken from his parents and may be expelled from school because of a stick figure drawing he made so everyone the world over take stupid kids either too seriously or not serious enough. There is no litmus test for evil and you can't tell when some fool is mouthing off or is really going to do something horrible so you have to ere on the side of caution and put the publics safety ahead of the rights of an individual in a situation when violence is threatened.

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