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Posted in: 75 years later, 1 million Japanese war dead still missing See in context

Let's just all agree that it was a really, really bad time to be alive and young. However....we seem to be repeating it.

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Posted in: U.S. base in Okinawa confirms 32 more coronavirus cases; Iwakuni base reports several See in context

@Goodluck...and would you support that for all of Japan? What about the servicemen that has been serving in Japan for more than a year? What you are putting forward would be the same as Japan saying that foreigners should be locked down for 3 months, regardless of how long they have been in country. Not practical in my opinion.

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Posted in: Australia tightens restrictions as COVID-19 cases top 10,000 See in context

@Goodluck....but since 58% of Aussies or poor it will help to control their actions...and hopefully the virus.

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Posted in: ‘Glee’ star Naya Rivera found dead in California lake See in context

Sad. Feel for the family. Terrible accident. @Jonathan Prin. I have 3 children also. 2 grown and one still living at home. Everything a parent does/doesn't do potentially puts a child at risk. But to openly berate a parent because they died seems in my humble opinion....messed up in the head.

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Posted in: Washington team to retire Redskins name and logo See in context

How about just; The Washington Natives.? Cool name. Repects Native Americans and sounds tough.

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Posted in: Search resumes for girl who went missing at Yamanashi campsite last Sept See in context

"Very bizarre case. I think somehow she must have been abducted as anything else would have left a trail and clues."

"I think it was either that, or that she wasn't abducted, but no one found a trail and clues."

Or perhaps she was abducted, someone found a clue but did not leave a trail to the clue...or maybe the trail was left but the clue was gone by the time they found the spot of the clue.

This is somone's life we are discusssing. Not what to have for dinner. It is not funny in the least. I hope that she was abducted because the alternative is ..... well....  death.

Go back to your humor.

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Posted in: Snell now poster child for spoiled MLB players See in context

Product of a greedy world.  Hey, this is what ya' get world......Agree 100%

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Posted in: Man arrested for sexually assaulting college student, stealing her underwear See in context

Accept in extreme circumstances, it has beeen proven within psycholically tested modules, almost everyone, treated for the mental illness they suffer have the ability to reform. Life in prison, without the possibility for reform or parole is death.

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Posted in: Sumo wrestler infected with coronavirus dies at 28 See in context


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Posted in: Cannes is empty, the day the film festival should have begun See in context

Actually this is sad news. The film arts have been so effected by financial gain in the recent years that without financial gain they cannot open. Film Arts were never started for financial reasons but for artistic reasons. We forgot.

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Posted in: Singer Bryan Adams apologizes for coronavirus conspiracy rant See in context

It seems offending others has become the biggest fear of most celebrities as it hurts financially.

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Posted in: Lower house passes bill allowing delayed pension payout See in context

Pension schemes, Insurance schemes, credit card schemes, part-time vs full-time employment schemes....they are/wre all schemes to suck the stupid into believing they were just as smart s smart people.  Going on 40 years.  Everyone used to think they were stupid....then everyone thought they were average, then everyone thought they were above everyone tinks they are smart....stupid became smart...and everyone is entitled...the Corona virus puts things in perspective.  Our grandparents were much smarter than us.  Less educated, but smarter. We are reaping the whirlwind and although it sucks, it is unfair and we hate it, in an odd sort of way I see my grandfather, who fought in WW2 looking down and saying...."I told you so."  Maybe we deserve it.  Just maybe.

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