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Posted in: 'The Summer Girl: A Movie Star Love Story' See in context

This will make you yawn until your body turns inside out.

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Posted in: WikiLeaks fights to stay online amid attacks See in context

jikannomuda - "Yeah WikiLeaks!"

Yay! CIA front spreading dis-info! Par-tay!

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Posted in: S Korean jets will bomb North if it attacks again: defense chief See in context

Thank you North Korea for helping the US to keep control of it's Asian "friends" and provide a market for the Patriot missile system. The Military Industrial Complex couldn't make as much money as they do without your help. Thanks for playing your part.

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Posted in: Jack Bauer will always be having a bad day See in context

"He also said that because “24” premiered a few months after the terrorist attacks of Sept 11, 2001, many people around the world could identify with the threat of terror, no matter what their culture or language." Yeah, because the show is a tool for propaganda. The real terrorists are in the Pentagon. Your views on torture will change after watching 24.

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Posted in: Does J-pop really suck? See in context

Japanese hearing has a more limited range of tones it can identify. That is why their music tends to sound flat and ratatat-tatty (staying within 1 or 2 octaves) and less sonorous. J-pop just sounds like people talking loudly, not singing.

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Posted in: China proposes emergency meeting on Korean tensions See in context

Don't they realize that China, North Korea and the US are close and Japan is the outcast? Japan is getting pushed around by these other countries on the playground of the world and just doesn't get that the US is a bad friend. It's so simple, usually kids understand this situation.

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Posted in: China proposes emergency meeting on Korean tensions See in context

YuriOtani - "China is behind the North Korean actions, now they play innocent."

China and the US are closer friends than Japan and the US. Please realize this and be more wise.

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Posted in: China proposes emergency meeting on Korean tensions See in context

elbudamexicano - "China is the real power behind little, crazy North Korea."

Naive. Which country benefits by having a dictator on Japan's and South Korea's doorstep? Think about it.

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Posted in: Who Is Mr Satoshi? See in context

Yawn.

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Posted in: Oregon bomb-plot suspect wanted 'spectacular show' See in context

"...Mohamud had been in regular e-mail contact with an “unindicted associate” in Pakistan’s northwest, a frontier region where al-Qaida and Afghanistan’s Taliban insurgents are strong."

Pakistan’s intelligence service, the ISI, is notorious for creating and running jihad terrorists groups under the supervision of the CIA. In late 2009, General Ahmad Shuja Pasha, the general director of the ISI, presented CIA boss Leon E. Panetta with “some highly classified and irrefutable evidence” that the mega-snoop agency is involved in creating and running supposed terror groups in Pakistan.

False-flag. Case closed. Try another lie, American Government. I'm ready for it.

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Posted in: Oregon bomb-plot suspect wanted 'spectacular show' See in context

The Feds found a nut-case and exploited the disturbed teen to set up a false-flag event to further the stripping of American's rights and freedoms. Plain and simple. Al-CIAda

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Posted in: Ex-Marines arrested for selling assault weapons to LA street gang See in context

But those assault weapons are owned by us, the American taxpayers, not the Feds...

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Posted in: Nozomi Sasaki shows some leg for lingerie maker See in context

"..showed a pair of shapely legs.."

Shapely, my ass. Bony knees are not sexy and thighs the size of my biceps are not appealing. Furthermore, leg models should have legs that are OVER 50% of their total height, quite rare in Japan where women are 55% torso. And when the legs are straight the thighs should touch. Give me a Frazetta-type shapely girl any day.

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Posted in: Hotel's safety policy under fire after woman employee molested See in context

GOOD! Japanese are starting to ask for compensation. Japanese women can make a bundle suing perverted Japanese men. That's a gold mine.

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Posted in: Volcano forces Obama to cut short his visit to Indonesia See in context

The handshake just shows Michelle's ignorance. You should respect other people's religious beliefs, especially if you're a guest in their country. I believe there is something about respecting other religions in the U.S. Constitution and/or the Bill of Rights, as well. On the other hand, the handshake may have been planned all along to discredit President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono.

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Posted in: Google executive pushes privacy concerns See in context

Yes, I am aware of the irony of Googling for info that is anti-Google. Spend your time more wisely you desk jockey net hero.

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Posted in: Google executive pushes privacy concerns See in context

Google is the KING of privacy invasion.

Google this.... Google finally admits that its Street View cars DID take emails and passwords from computer

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Posted in: Syrian leader says U.S. sows chaos overseas See in context

Of course the industrial war machine wants chaos, THAT'S BUSINESS.

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Posted in: Latin American leaders question Calif move to legalize marijuana See in context

Real tokers wouldn't bother reading the article or the comments. So the argument will be a little to one side.

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Posted in: England pulls out of 2022 World Cup bid race See in context

There won't be any soccer in 2022. It will be rollerball played by dissenters from the World Government. Deaths in sports will be common. Spectators will gamble for food credit to buy slurpees made from people.

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Posted in: Google tests cars that can steer without drivers See in context

Next car I get in the States won't drive by itself, nor have a computer on board or even a GPS. I don't want Schmidt driving my car or knowing where I am. The car in America is a symbol of Freedom. Having the car drive itself and some Big Bro knowing where you are at all times is anathema.

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Posted in: In Japan, the customer is not king See in context

That's why I usually go to Subway. Get it as you want it.

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Posted in: Japan looking to sell 'smart' cities to the world See in context

Smart grid technology = the government monitors your power usage and if you disagree with the government they can turn off your power.

"Global warming" has been proven to be a hoax. That's why the hoaxsters have changed to the term "climate change." I guess Japan needs to get back on the same page as the UN, they're a little behind.

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Posted in: Hamasaki achieves dream of appearing alongside canine father in Softbank ads See in context

Live in Japan, know these commercials, currently have Softbank and considering changing to another cellphone brand solely because of the commercials (and SMAP).

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Posted in: Iran claims computer worm is Western plot See in context

m5c32 >As for its being cyberwarfare. Yes it is.<

I see. If the US does a cyber attack it is "cyberwarfare" but if another country does the same thing to the US it is "cyberterrorism".

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Posted in: Times Square bomber gets life sentence; warns of more attacks See in context

A terrorist has a Facebook page, HA HA HA HA! How convenient for those that want to use him as a terror-tool! I suppose Oswald would have had a Facebook page if we had the net in the 1960's because he was a CIA controlled patsy, too.

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Posted in: Iran claims computer worm is Western plot See in context

HEADLINE: Obama Can Shut Down Internet For 4 Months Under New Emergency Powers (in response to Stuxnet)

‘Kill switch’ bill approved, moves to Senate floor. President Obama will be handed the power to shut down the Internet for at least four months without Congressional oversight if the Senate votes for the infamous Internet ‘kill switch’ bill, which was approved by a key Senate committee yesterday and now moves to the floor.

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Posted in: Iran claims computer worm is Western plot See in context

WilliB It probably is a Western plot, and three cheers to that.

So you sponsor terrorism WilliB? This kind of cyber-attack has been called a terrorist attack by the US and Obama is considering having a "kill-switch" to turn off the net (yes, you read that correctly) if this type of attack happens in the US.

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Posted in: Times Square bomber gets life sentence; warns of more attacks See in context

False Flag

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Posted in: Osama bin Laden softens tone in audiotape message, but to what end? See in context

Bin Laden is dead. Kidney failure. But it doesn't matter anyway. Bin Laden was our (the US) boy, just like Saddam.

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