Can't see it anywhere but I'm guessing it's going to have PCI DSS compliance?
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@gogogo: The Galaxy S3 was using Iris recognition?
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Yes but also half the quality. I bought a fake fred perry barrel bag form there and it didnt even last a month. It was funny how it'd disintegrate like it was rotting or something.
Fake item in not as good as original shocker.
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toshiko - I think the names can usually give a decent idea of someone's gender.
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I'm guessing the rule was that an ambulance could not be called if the doctor has not agreed to it, and the doctor's lunch break is fixed. Can't have any deviation from the rules, can we...
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"Anything-goes" is very sensationalist. Stomps to the head of a grounded opponent are not legal and neither are strikes to the groin area, even in One FC rules.
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I always imagine they are tolerated because too many politicians and people in power are making money off the back of their actions. From their point of view it would be cutting off a nice stream of income, and those massage chairs don't come cheap.
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I'll stick with Citizen2012 though and steer clear for now. My Optima Red Top is doing the job nicely.
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But its wide array of features - while retaining its share of fans - is not considered sufficient to counter the appeal of the iPhone. “Its photo service, for example, is very difficult to use and I’m not sure anyone still bothers in the age of Instagram and Flickr,” said Yamashina.
Wait... you can't access Flickr or Instagram with an Android phone?
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Come on RocketNews - what have the netizens said about this one?
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Get Real - Bosozoku punk kids, possibly?
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Where does someone stand with an analogue TV but no tuner? If they are not able to receive the NHK signal then they are exempt from Article 64. Or am I thinking wrong?
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If we're so adamant that it's Tokyo getting the games and not Japan, why are they using Fukushima and the Tohoku area as the sympathy vote? Surely that's not part of Tokyo, is it?
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If Tokyo wins, remember it can show the world how well they have recovered since the disaster of WWII/Fukushima/DPRK abductions/etc. No other country has ever had anything bad happen to it, so none are as worthy as Japan to win.
OK, slightly OTT but you get the idea.
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globalwatcher - I'd like to think that if people were using an oxygen or ventilator in their home for breathing then they'd have a generator. Otherwise a simple power cut could kill them.
Am pretty sure hospitals have them here, although in the last big typhoon here the hospital was almost without power while the Family Mart next door was going on like nothing had happened.
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Is it being heralded as a revolution in smartphone technology? Who would have ever conceived having bigger screens on devices?
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Fishing off the Fukushima coast will be off limits for decades
Should read "Fishing off the Fukushima coast should be off limits for decades.
Of course, it won't be. Not when there's people within Japan to sell it to.
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Had to laugh at the, “is a fact accepted historically and by the international community” quote. Since when did things being accepted by the international community have any weight in Japan. If you agree with what they say you can pull this quote; if not you can just say that it's a Japanese domestic issue and that they don't understand/shouldn't get involved.
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I tell you, this DOS 6.2 is gonna be a game changer. Nothing will be the same.
Also, better using MS Office 2003 than the Kingsoft stuff we get down here that everyone is constantly complaining about. Tried Open Office too but formatting was still jacked up when transferring files to other computers.
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samwatters - "The amount left for food is 30,000 yen. Needless to say, I’ve got no room to put any savings aside". Certainly looks like she has enough for food, by her own calculations.
And yes, nursery school teachers earn a pittance here.
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