ScottishThug comments

Posted in: Are you better off generally than you were this time last year? See in context

Much better off. We are creaming the markets with our fund, up over 60% on the year. I bled RBC dry before leaving and took a lot of its cash into my hedge fund. They are simply clueless about where their money went. Their FX people were losing money every month like you could not imagine, still betting on a weaker yen. That firm would be better off if we could have hired more educated people, especially in the FX division, which has been populated with fake tough guy morons for about a decade now.

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Posted in: Almond Cafe in Roppongi to relocate after 44 years See in context

As opposed to places that hand out oshibori to customers only after they order something

Sarge, yes, that was the way it was done before. I don't get what's so funny about that.

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Posted in: What are your New Year resolutions? See in context

Crush the competition. Rid self of all mercy or compassion. Bleed dry those who stand in the way.

Take four eyes for an eye.

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Posted in: Are you better off generally than you were this time last year? See in context

Much better. Creamed the markets at about 60% with our fund. Just picked up a fourth home.

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Posted in: What do you do to stay fit? See in context

Full 40km run from 6am every day. Then hit the gym. Then spend about 3-4 hours meeting clients and making sure our fund is run right. A quick lunch, salad and chicken breast. Then back to the gym for weights. A few more hours of work, then ride the bicycle about 60km. And lots of sex, it's good for you! I get some from the girls at the gym, some from the girls at work and some to bring home here and there, plus the occasional client. Anyway, then it's off to the dojo to practice for the next nationals. On weekends add in shooting range.

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Posted in: Actress Keiko Saito announces her divorce See in context

it had nothing to do with money or infidelity...

Which means it was money AND infidelity. Juicy stuff.

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Posted in: Monogamy vs a bit on the side: What makes a person promiscuous? See in context

I always let a lass know up front that no one woman can satisfy me, and that the relationship will probably end due to my cheating. So let's just have some fun for a few months.

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Posted in: Do you support the tactics of environmental activists such as Sea Shepherd? See in context

It's inherently wrong to tell other cultures what they can eat or not eat. That's imposing one's own culture on another, a form of imperialism. Please explain why you believe you have the right to do so.

Because I'm bigger, I'm stronger, and I'm right. Always.

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Posted in: Do you support the tactics of environmental activists such as Sea Shepherd? See in context

the whaling methods employed by major whaling nations today are humane. If you have a problem you should take it up with the Americans first.

We already are. Stop trying to distract, it only makes you look like a lobbyist.

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Posted in: Israel warns Hamas will pay a 'heavy price' See in context

Hamas is on its last leg. It will finally be purged from the earth in 2009.

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Posted in: Hundreds line up for an hour at Osaka McDonald's for Quarter Pounder debut See in context

Sad comment on the folks in Osaka's culinary tastes.

I think it's a sad comment on Osaka's wallets. Bus drivers, truck drivers, construction workers, failed comedians, alcoholic Tigers fans - mate, that place can't drum up a single proper full-time job amongst their whole lot of millions.

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Posted in: Mika Kano judges Eri Namba winner of DHC’s Cinderella Award for 2009 See in context

She's obviously very beautiful and talented.

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Posted in: Hundreds line up for an hour at Osaka McDonald's for Quarter Pounder debut See in context

Teh quarter pounder is teh best! Good on them chaps!

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Posted in: Ginza See in context

These people are doing important work for Christ. I try to contribute a little money to them every year. It's sad that so many in Japan have turned their back on Christ.

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Posted in: Japan turns to bargain-hunting See in context

This article is too little, too late. We already absorbed this information months ago. I give you once last try.

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Posted in: Koto Tokyo Lightopia See in context

Dear Taro Fransisco Aso:

It's not working.

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Posted in: Surging yen levels as Tokyo hints of intervention See in context

some14some,

Go ahead, it is not illegal for BOJ or any other Central Bank to intervene, what is there to warn market players?

Ministry of Finance does the intervention, not BOJ.

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Posted in: Surging yen levels as Tokyo hints of intervention See in context

“We will take appropriate measures, including currency intervention, at the appropriate time,”

The appropriate time was 1986.

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Posted in: 6 Afghan police killed in mistaken U.S. strike See in context

Hear me now lads, US Special Forces and SAS are the best there is been. They are above criticism.

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Posted in: Greenpeace protests anti-whaling arrests See in context

Hear me now lads, they did a break and entry and need to do jail time. If the action they committed was sanctioned by Greenpeace, it has confirmed itself as a terrorist organization.

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Posted in: Japan stocks rise on U.S. auto bailout hopes See in context

Japan stocks rise on U.S. auto bailout hopes

Ha ha!

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Posted in: Miss Universe Japan 2009 See in context

Hear me now lads, it's what used to be at Heartland.

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Posted in: Citigroup reportedly to cut 1,000 jobs at Japan unit See in context

Hear me now lads, I can't wait for the calls from them to stop.

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Posted in: In view of the worsening global economic crisis, is capitalism a failure? See in context

Hear me now, M51T is well right. Risk management failed due to those being in a position of risk managing not knowing enough to do their jobs, or being manipulated by greedy management.

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Posted in: Muslims condemn Mumbai attacks, worry about image See in context

'ear me now lads, condemnation is a sign of insecurity.

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Posted in: Senior citizens being wooed back into workforce See in context

Hear me now lads, you work till ye die. It's becoming the law.

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Posted in: Yoko Ono dishes out peace in Tokyo See in context

She hasn't been relevant for at least 20 years.

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Posted in: Why do you think "best" awards are so popular in Japan's show business world? See in context

It's advertising. It's because Dentsu runs things. It's cheap publicity. Most of these events are held in low-rent spaces, ie at the Dentsu headquarters.

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Posted in: Fashion show See in context

I like how they had to add the adjective "Popular" in front of her name to remind us that she really isn't that popular.

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Posted in: Aso See in context

Cheap publicity stunt.

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