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Posted in: Scientists bring mammoth blood back to life See in context

Like if the world had not its share of super sized mammoth already ?

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Posted in: New film has Japan vets confessing to Nanjing rape, massacre See in context

This attitude of veterans not showing remorse is not only japanese, I saw a long time a report on the ukrainians milicians who assisted the nazis in slaughtering jewish families. They were describing their job like a routine task: killing the mother first so that she doesn`t see her child dying, such humanity ! Men can become killing machine very easily without showing any remorse, because war is in our nature.

Moderator: Readers, please keep the discussion focused on Nanjing, not the Nazis.

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

The day North Korea will go to war, in less than a month, the whole population will starve to death as all provisions will be made available for the fighting units only. And after that, North Koreans will start to starve, so they wont have any other choice but to eat themselves, North Korea will be John Romeros Land of the Dead.

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Posted in: Police widen search for Hiraoka’s killer as grisly details emerge See in context

Reminds me Birdman of Mo Hayder, as sick as that.

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Posted in: Man slashes woman because he 'can't get a girlfriend' See in context

Sounds to be the local fashion here: I`m a muppet so got nothing better to do but to kill or injure someone.

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Posted in: U.S. President Barack Obama wins Nobel Peace Prize See in context

Nobel committee must have mixed up with Nelson Mandela. Wake up swedish folks, Obama was not imprisonned before being elected !

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Posted in: Univ student arrested after trying to blackmail two 11-year-old girls See in context

What a coward-cheap-pervert, the guy must have been needing to convince himself that he`s a real man starting to assault 11 years old girls.

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Posted in: Candidates take to streets to appeal directly to voters See in context

A new era will begin from tomorrow. Well at least let us hope this wont be a clone of LDP, Id guess that they will be active on their first 4 years then they`ll start to make their seat confortable and drown in opulence like LDP did. Still it took 55 years to get rid of LDP...

They should make a thank you party to Aso for being such a disaster for his comrades.

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Posted in: Aso asks voters to stick with LDP because it has produced results See in context

Definition of "results" onegai shimaaasu ?

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Posted in: Pakistan Taliban leader Mehsud reportedly killed by U.S. missile See in context

Would they mean shot by a missile ? Good luck in identifying the pieces !

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Posted in: Noriko Sakai's disappearance big news in Asia See in context

So she`s the one whose husband looks like a junkie and whose pocket were searched by a policeman which found the drugs right ?

Remember ladies and gentlemen, that this lady is an actress and a good one in drama. She will come back with whole Asia`s spotlight on her along with a movie script about her personal drama. I would bet my two hands that her agent advised her to do so. Or am I thinking a bit too much Hollywoodian here ?

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Posted in: Opposition DPJ says it's ready to stand up to U.S. See in context

"More than 50,000 U.S. troops are stationed throughout Japan, which pays billions of dollars each year to support them" now this is indeed something unique.

I read that after WWII, when France, England and the US left some occupation troops in Germany, France and England were paying the rent from their own pocket and their presence was actually beneficial to the local economy, whereas the US base renting and related costs had to be covered in full by the German government. This would be a good source of saving money for Japan if the US bases would cover their own cost and not the japanese taxpayer.

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Posted in: Barrage of complaints force Miss Universe Japan to change costume design for finals See in context

Can I have the dress if they don`t want it ?

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Posted in: N Korea warns of 'unimaginably deadly blows' to U.S. See in context

“unimaginably deadly blows” such as ones that do not exist right ?

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Posted in: Bad sales numbers? Don’t take it personally; your questions sucked See in context

Yes it does apply to any other salesman of services such as IT consulting for example, I was just saying that, particularly for people of the category I mentioned, they may find in it a great deal of encouragement.

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Posted in: Bad sales numbers? Don’t take it personally; your questions sucked See in context

Well this post might not be bringing a "valuable cultural insight or pearl of wisdom" yet it deals with a category of job that most foreigners are doing in Japan mostly due to their lack of language ability or their incapacity - mostly due to the lack of proper network - to integrate a company to follow a long term career that fits with their university graduates (for those who have one), and this job is "recruiter". Therefore, Jason de Lucas post may have a strong meaning of encouragment for a great majority of english speakers. So wheres the harm in that ?

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