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Posted in: What to do if someone on the street goes berserk See in context

Be a hero hit the idiot.

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Posted in: 2016 Olympic race too close to call ahead of vote See in context

i think they postponed the announcement until Friday evening.

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Posted in: Whenever I'm asked at colleges to give speeches, the majority of students come simply because they like manga. I don't know whether that will connect into a broader interest in Japan, but first at lea See in context

Well you just have to talk with the people who are intrested with the material. Japan has shown itself to be a tremendous social force in the world; naturally the clientele would be social.though in my opinion this may not be so bad, heck some countries can't even get that much attention.

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Posted in: Major companies have a social responsibility to sustain their work force. They are useless if they ignore that responsibility. See in context

that maybe true but it might also be true that how you treat a employee is how you treat society at large with your products and services.

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Posted in: Are there any circumstances that justify war? See in context

There is only one reason i can see that may justify war and that is unwarranted aggression. Now there is many things that lead to war but not in fact justify it.

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Posted in: Does the U.S. need to have military bases anywhere in Japan? See in context

The question is phrased wrong it should read does japan need to have US military bases in itself? anyways I personally think that it serves the US interest to maintain a reasonable presence in the region but could also benifit from lowering its own profile.

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Posted in: U.S. presidential candidates 3 peas in a pod See in context

it's ironic how a democratic system features an electoral college that can override the popular vote count. is that a democracy?

as for central and south america, count them out. they know what happened to mexico, which once encompassed all of the west including parts of texas.>

America is a consitutional republic not a democracy, meaning that the popular vote doesn't have complete dominion over the governmen.this of course keeps the country from being somewhat controlled from sudden random emotional sediment from the masses. Say if we were to abolish the electorial college and have a true popular vote who would actually benifit? well of course the urban/city people would the poor rural/ farmers would in fact be out voiced and thus lead to a unequal representive electorate, which is why we need the electorial college.

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