sharky1 comments

Posted in: Man arrested in Times Square car bomb attack See in context

Your are quite right Smithinjapan, about me being prejudiced. I don't have a problem with that because not all prejudices are wrong. Until you can show me the demonstrations by the islamic people who say they are peaceful who not only condemn these kinds of acts, but call for the criminals to be prosecuted as well, I will maintain my prejudice. Sorry if that doesn't fit into your politically correct world.

Moderator: Please do not bring your prejudices to this discussion board.

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Posted in: Trucker, trying to smoke, causes 5-vehicle pileup in Tokyo See in context

The only thing that surprises me is the amount of time it is taking to outlaw tobacco usage. Smoking and driving are a dangerous combination. There is no valid argument to the contrary.

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Posted in: Trucker, trying to smoke, causes 5-vehicle pileup in Tokyo See in context

Kind of funny that they outlaw the use of cell phones when driving, but they allow drivers to place burning objects in their hands and between their lips when driving. If you apply the same logic to tobacco that they applied to the use of cell phones while driving, then smoking and driving should be against the law as well.

Moderator: Readers, cell phones are not relevant to this discussion.

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Posted in: Two policemen knifed in Sasebo See in context

Pretty bad police work if you ask me

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Posted in: Actress Junko Mihara to run in upper house election See in context

Very pretty lady for 45...she gets my vote...

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Posted in: Obama: Al-Qaida would use nuclear weapons if it could See in context

Not a very well thought out statement. He has provided the enemy with a goal, and stated targets that would be the best bang for their buck...Who's side are you really on Obama???

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Posted in: U.S. seeks to smooth relations with Afghan leader See in context

It seems that the Obama administration has a trend of poor international diplomacy. The Karzai issue is endemic of Obama's weakness in the international community, as well as the Obama administration's problem with Israel, Iran, Iraq, Venezuela, Cuba, and Japan...What seems to be the problem Obama??? No leadership abilities???

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Posted in: Off to school See in context

Would have loved to hear the "kawaii" spasm that accompanied the introduction...

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Posted in: Man punches officer for using mobile phone camera at crime scene See in context

This is really a strange story...must be LOTS of information missing.

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Posted in: Susan Boyle in Japan See in context

Great lady with a great voice...congratulations, and keep on singing...

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Posted in: Obama urges patience as health care law kicks in See in context

The bill won't work until they take health and medical insurance out of the hands of insurance companies and put it in the hands of the government. Only then will a socialized health program have a fighting chance to work...

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Posted in: Kansai International Airport brings in Segways to beef up security See in context

All they need to do now is arm them with stun guns and 9mm automatics, and they will be all set. If they were in the US, it is likely that they would have their Segway stolen on the first use...

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Posted in: NATO to launch Kandahar offensive in June See in context

You have 60 days to get out of Dodge City...

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Posted in: Obama, Sarkozy push for U.N. sanctions on Iran See in context

This is rare, France and the US in agreement??? What kinds of sanctions will they find effective???

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Posted in: Christian militia accused of plotting to kill police in U.S. See in context

So these people were arrested for what the FBI thinks they might be planning to do???

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Posted in: Australian chef Bill Granger opens new Bills restaurant in Yokohama See in context

These days, anything that is associated with Australia is over priced. This guy is a famous breakfast chef??? Never heard of him. If you look at the lineup of the celebrities that are mentioned, most of them are known as the cooks of Hollywood. I guess if you have their kind of money, you can be a fan of whatever you like...

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Posted in: U.S. troop deaths double in Afghanistan See in context

HeyLars...The reason there is more shooting and more encounters is because of the push against the oppressive taliban. If you had been following the news, you could have figured that out...as most other readers can...

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Posted in: Arab League chief urges closer ties with Iran See in context

When has the Arab League ever taken a position on anything that was favorable to Israel??? Seems like a pretty biased lot if you ask me... Polarizing politics in the Middle East is what prevents any progress in the peace process.

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Posted in: U.S. troop deaths double in Afghanistan See in context

Doesn't it stand to reason mathematically, that the more shooting and more encounters you have, the higher the amount of casualties??? There is a direct relationship between the two...

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Posted in: N Korea vows 'nuclear strikes' in latest threat See in context

They are going to launch it with those missiles of theirs that fall over at launch half of the time...

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Posted in: Open wide See in context

Isn't this the same sex robot they did an article about earlier???

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Posted in: Mexican drug traffickers tighten grip in U.S. See in context

Turn those Mexican drug traffickers into Mexi-can't drug traffickers...

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Posted in: 'Heroes' actress Hayden Panettiere gets chilly reception in Taiji See in context

Just because they are famous, they think they can coerce anyone to talk with them...I don't think so...further, people have the right to not be filmed in their daily activities if they so desire. Hence the walls and tarps.

I got news for you borscht...lions get the meat in, but what comes out is not meat...

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Posted in: FBI investigating threats to Democrats after health care vote See in context

You have to wonder what a "perceived threat" really is...seems like it leaves a lot of room for interpretation...

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Posted in: U.S., Russia agree to reduce nuclear arsenal See in context

Now that they have agreed to make a reduction in nukes, the converstion is likey to go something like this...(US)You go first...(Russia)Oh we couldn't, by all means, after you...

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Posted in: Google, Yahoo criticize Australian Internet filter See in context

Okay global ISP's...time to fight back...censor all domains ending in .au, and .cn, and then watch what happens to their business bottom lines...

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Posted in: Jerusalem approves contentious new building plan See in context

bobbafett,...I didn't miss the point, that is the point...talk about being naive...sheesh!!!

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Posted in: Jerusalem approves contentious new building plan See in context

So, we have a building and property that belong to a Jew, and he wants to build an apartment building for Israelis to live in that he owns and is paying for, and the whole world gets upset because this man wants to do this with his own money, on his own property...What is wrong with everybody???

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Posted in: Obama and Israeli PM meet amid dispute over Jerusalem housing See in context

Congress represents the people...therefore, the people of the United States also stand by Israel, in spite of the Obama administration's lack of international relations capabilities.

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Posted in: UK expels Israeli diplomat over Dubai hit squad See in context

British Foreign Secretary David Miliband said that Israel cooperated fully with the investigation (CNN. He has yet to present any facts surrounding his statement.

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