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Posted in: Japan hopes to avoid trade battle by wooing Trump with pomp See in context

Sheldon Adelson and others have shown Trump's more easily wooed with cash.

Obama has shown that Iran is even more easily wooed with cash.

Trump will probably ask for some Cracker Jacks, Diet Coke, and some KFC original nuggets at the sumo tournament, lololol

Sounds good except for the Diet Coke, lololol

he's easily swayed by the opposite sex

LIke I said,  he's gonna watch one or two sumo matches, start talking with a gorgeous Japanese intelligence agent, leave with her in her car, and be taken to Tiger Tanaka's place where Tiger Tanaka will say, "I must say I am disappointed with the ease with which I could pull you in. The one thing my honorable mother taught me long ago was never to get into a car with a strange girl. But you, I'm afraid, will get into anything. With any girl."

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Posted in: U.S. does not dare attack Iran, says Revolutionary Guards commander See in context

Has the U.S. attacked Iran yet? Checking...

Oops, that box hasn't been checked.

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Posted in: Judge rules against Trump, paving way for banks to provide his business records to Congress See in context

When are the Democrats going to stop this foolishness and get started on working for the American people?

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Posted in: Trump blasts Democrats as impeachment talk heats up See in context

When are the Democrats going to stop this foolishness and get started on doing their job for the American people?

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Posted in: Japan hopes to avoid trade battle by wooing Trump with pomp See in context

What, Japanese McD's, double quarter pounder with cheese, large fries, chocolate milkshake? lol

LOL is right on that one. Nah, a Whopper, onion rings and coffee will fill the bill nicely.

Never seen so many police and security around the palace and surrounding areas in central Tokyo. They’re going all out with this visit.

We're talking about the president of the United States here.

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Posted in: Hinasushi, known for all-you-can-eat sushi including toro and uni, opens in Roppongi See in context

all-you-can-eat sushi plans often have a limited list of sushi items to choose from, with premium items such as toro (fatty tuna) or uni (sea urchin) conspicuously absent from the list.

No uni is fine with me.

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Posted in: Stop it! Anti-groper app becomes smash hit See in context

What the hell is wrong with some men, anyway? Squeezing females' buttocks on crowded trains...

I guarantee if they get their testicles squeezed or kneed, they'll behave.

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Posted in: N Korea state media hits out at 'imbecile' Biden See in context

It also mentioned Biden falling asleep during an Obama speech in 2011

Cripes, it's hard to stay awake during an Obama speech, I give Sleepy Joe a pass on that one.

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Posted in: U.S. House Democrats subpoena more Trump ex-aides, including Hicks See in context

the photo says it all when it comes to Trumps people skills....

Roaring economy, record low unemployment, no new wars...

I'll take results over bad photos any day.

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Posted in: Over 20% of Burger Kings in Japan suddenly vanishing this month See in context

This disaster has left both Kyoto and Ibaraki without a single Burger King and Osaka has lost two thirds of its outlets. 

This is a disaster of epic proportions.

Ronald McDonald is in possession of the infinity stones. Under the misguided belief that it would make the universe a better place, the megalomaniacal clown has long searched for its most powerful tools to kill off one fifth of Japan’s Burger Kings with but a snap of his white gloved fingers.

Burger King dumped their creepy King mascot. McD's should dump that megalomaniacal clown.

One burger lunch would consume my entire daily calorie allowance of 1500

How much do you weigh, zichi? 50 kg?

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Posted in: Trump's sumo attendance raising security issues for organizers See in context

This is pretty cool. I hope he enjoys it but I agree it may be tough for a tall, big guy to sit on tatami for a long period of time.

He's not gonna be there for a long time, he's gonna watch one or two matches, start talking with a gorgeous Japanese intelligence agent, leave with her in her car, and be taken to Tiger Tanaka's place where Tiger Tanaka will say, "I must say I am disappointed with the ease with which I could pull you in. The one thing my honorable mother taught me long ago was never to get into a car with a strange girl. But you, I'm afraid, will get into anything. With any girl."

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Posted in: Tehran says Trump's 'genocidal taunts won't end Iran' See in context

Why is Donny tryingbto get us into another war?

He's not. Trump literally called out the military industrial complex on national television. But people say that he's a warmonger. Go figure.

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Posted in: Pokemon and Iwate team up to elect Geodude as tourism ambassador to the prefecture See in context

Geodude looks like the Fantastic Four's Thing.

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Posted in: Trump loses lawsuit challenging subpoena for financial records See in context

 Congress is on a quest to"turn up something that Democrats can use as a political tool against the president now and in the 2020 election."

As opposed to being on a quest to actually do something for the American people.

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Posted in: Brexiteer Farage splattered in latest UK milkshake attack See in context

Last week a McDonald's in Edinburgh, Scotland said it had been told by police not to sell milkshakes during a Brexit Party rally.

If someone throws an egg or a tomato at him, the police will be ordering all supermarkets not to sell those.

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Posted in: Tehran says Trump's 'genocidal taunts won't end Iran' See in context

now we have a president who's just as crazy as they are and shouts crazy BS right back at them.

Remember "Little Rocket Man"? Now it's Chairman Kim and still no NK missiles are flying over Japan.

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Posted in: Packing his bags: Trump plans jet-setting summer of travel See in context

zichi - He'll also inform them if they screw up he's going to stab them through the heart with a pencil. haha

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Posted in: Brexiteer Farage splattered in latest UK milkshake attack See in context

What flavor was it?

Absolutely appalling. Burger King promoting political violence

Kestrel, I'm afraid your humor went over the heads of 7 readers, lol

Don't worry Paul... Britain won't be allowed to leave the EU

Too bad the population has been disarmed, there can be no revolution.

"Lactose meets intolerance."

Where's the intolerance? Farage is promoting Brexit which the majority voted for.

Last week a McDonald's in Edinburgh, Scotland said it had been told by police not to sell milkshakes during a Brexit Party rally.

In response, Burger King tweeted: "Dear people of Scotland. We're selling milkshakes all weekend. Have fun. Love BK."

Gotta hand it to BK for not capitulating to the control freaks.

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Posted in: Trump's sumo attendance raising security issues for organizers See in context

Every Japanese prime minister likes to trumpet close ties with this nation's most important ally

Especially close ties with Trump, haha, Abe has no worries, two years ago at the White House he endured a long handshake, haha

Security at the Ryogoku Kokugikan will not be a problem, if anyone attacks Trump, he'll take them down and beat them up like he did with Vince McMahon, haha

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Posted in: Speculation rife over whether Abe will go ahead with sales tax hike See in context

it appeared set to go ahead

OK, go ahead, stifle the economy, idiots. How about cutting spending on boondoggles? Nah...

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Posted in: Trump, Saudi Arabia warn Iran against Middle East conflict See in context

First of all, it wasn't the U.S. making the original threat, it was Iran.

Second, it's neat to have a president who isn't into appeasement.

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Posted in: Is there a way out of the U.S.-China trade fight? See in context

Yes. China can back down and negotiate a fair deal. Don't hold your breath.

It is almost exactly one year and eight months until the next US president is sworn in. At that time we can expect sanity to return to trade.

No, the next Republican president will be sworn in Jan 20, 2025, and jeez, 1glenn, even some Democrats are supporting Trump's tariffs on China.

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Posted in: Trump blasts Republican lawmaker Amash over impeachment remarks See in context

If he ( Trump ) keeps up his current ways he'll be in the ground long before then, from heart attack or stroke, or both.

Dream on, smith.

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Posted in: Seven-Eleven, Lawson to discount foods close to expiry to cut waste See in context

Finally! Now I won't have to go to the supermarket every time after 8:30 pm to get discounted stuff.

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Posted in: Trump blasts Republican lawmaker Amash over impeachment remarks See in context

Fox News: so incompetent they can’t even do propaganda well.

In a Fox news interview yesterday Trump called out the military industrial complex, whose best friend was Barack Obama.

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Posted in: U.S. to roll out economic part of Mideast peace plan See in context

Mideast peace

The sad thing about this is even if Israel was wiped off the map, there still wouldn't be peace in that region, as evidenced by how the various Muslim factions keep attacking each other.

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Posted in: Trump blasts Republican lawmaker Amash over impeachment remarks See in context

Comes on, ye democrats, do the right thing and get behind the impeachment of the tyrant.

They can impeach him all they want, Toasted, he's not going anywhere until Jan 20, 2025.

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Posted in: Trump blasts Republican lawmaker Amash over impeachment remarks See in context

I love how Trump calls out politicians regardless of party.

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Posted in: Work of art See in context

Why would she cover the art with black cloth ?

So she won't get arrested?

The one on the far left though.

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Posted in: Canadian English teacher filmed hitting 2-year-old child at daycare facility See in context

Dang, he slapped that boy pretty hard and then set him down pretty hard.

The person who took the videos is said to have witnessed the teacher’s violent behavior on a daily basis, and besides smacking children on their bottoms, it’s claimed that the teacher also dragged children off play equipment by their collars and thrust books into children’s mouths.

Dang! If this is true he should not be allowed to teach kids classes or be a parent, that's for sure.

40 year old man teaching ABC's to 2 year olds is all you really need to know.* 

Hey! Two of my elementary school teachers were men and they were way better than the women.

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