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Posted in: The day after See in context

Hahaha! Nathan, you could have taken, or bought a hat at the circuit. Or worn a shirt.

But I'm gonna guess from your avatar, you were topless and sculling Asahi beers.


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Posted in: Bottas wins Japanese GP; Mercedes clinch record constructors' title See in context

Well done Bottas, but a shame Ferrari just disintegrated on lap 1. Le Clerk is going to be a serious contender next year...if Ferrari get out of his way.

Congratulations to Hamilton...he crushed it in the latter stages. Hoping Ferrari learn...a LOT from the failed challenges over the last few years to mount a season long challenge in 2020.

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Posted in: Civilians flee Syrian border towns as Turkish warplanes, artillery begin offensive See in context

Something for the Trumpets to be proud of.

The US withdrawl is the Orange Buffoons attempt to take focus off his impeachment.

Utterly selfish.

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympic organizers look for advice to battle heat next year See in context

'Tokyo Olympic organizers look for advice to battle heat next year'

O.K. I'm done. at some point during the last decade we slipped into an alternate dimension of STUPID.

I can't do this anymore. I can't read headlines like this. Just apply some common sense, please.

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Posted in: Trump says he will formally object to impeachment inquiry See in context

I think the Trumpets have been blindsided.

The bare admissions in the transcipt and interviews were viewed by one reporter as a dare, or an attempt to normalize unconstitutional behavior.

But I think Trump actually wants to be impeached, and messily. It's only way he will be remembered; we all know how vain he is. If this dosen't happen, he will just be remembered as an orange buffoon, 'Oh, THAT guy!'

Impeachment will give him notoriety and the assurance he will be remembered.

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Posted in: Trump seizes on unsubstantiated China claims against Biden See in context

Dosen't matter who else did what...(if criminal activity can be proven, good, and bring them to justice).

Nothing should distract anyone from the fact that Trump has been acting illegally, and nothing should prevent him from impeachment.

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Posted in: Australian opposition call for release of Trump transcript See in context

So Blacklabel, go and ask your representative to file for disclosure.

He or She will ask you why?

you will answer......something I guess. Eventually you might receive the transcripts.

That won't magically absolve Trump of his crimes.

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Posted in: Registers, rates and points: Tax hike woes for Japanese retailers See in context

My local alcohol shop closed yesterday, they couldn't justify the expense of new registers, and are pretty old anyway, so they said 'stuff it, let's just close down'.

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Posted in: 'Joker' not a hero, says studio, as Aurora families voice concern See in context

I actually respect the measured response of the Aurora families here; they are not calling for outrageous over reaction.

@ Norman Goodman, great post.

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Posted in: Nissan CEO Saikawa resigns; new chief to face challenge of reviving profitability See in context

"He is packing it in and packing it up

And sneaking away and buggering up*

And chickening out and ***** off home,*

Yes, bravely he is throwing in the sponge..."*

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Posted in: Trump says U.S. is 'locked and loaded' for potential response to Saudi oil attack See in context

Donny the Orange Clown and Buffoon in chief needs to sit down and shut up while the adults deal with this.

America, please keep him out of it.

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Posted in: Test marathon gives Tokyo a taste of what to expect at 2020 Games See in context

Yeah, wait a minute...The Olympics have been moved to mid September??

As stated above, completely different weather conditions now!

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Posted in: In 'Hustlers,' Jennifer Lopez steals money, and the show See in context

'cloaks an empowering fem...'

I must admit, I stopped reading right there.

Bree Larson said it best...'Not everything is made for you.'

She's right, and that's fine.

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Posted in: Gov't to use family name first in Roman alphabet in documents See in context

ALT's take note; your job just had one more task removed.

All good.

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Posted in: Japan eyes new defense unit to monitor space in fiscal 2020 See in context

@ garypen...it's perfect!

Great link, made my day.

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Posted in: Trump flip-flops on tax cuts, citing 'strong economy' See in context

Has Trump ever been tested for scopolamine in his system?

It would explain a lot if someone is slipping it into his drinks or air conditioning.

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Posted in: 12-year-old Prince Hisahito starts 1st overseas trip in Bhutan See in context

Nice photo, but I agree with Chip Star.

Just burning our taxes, he's too young to do anything useful.

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Posted in: 23 dead, 13,000 people hospitalized in week in Japan due to heat See in context

1glennToday 10:01 am JST

If we don't stop global warming, this sort of thing will get much worse.

Hahaha! Al Gore just called; he want's his year 2006 quote back!!

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Posted in: Can we eat Big Macs and still avoid climate chaos? See in context

The first 3 responses are perfect examples of why efforts to change are wasted.

Belligerence, disbelief and misinformation.

3 strikes...we're out.

Even if we magically reduce emissions to zero tomorrow, the planet will still warm due to what is already out there. Our actions have kick started a cycle that future generation 'may' survive...but the interconnection of the problems and consistant denial has me doubting our species will continue beyond the 2100 deadline.

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympic organizers, FINA test water quality, temperature See in context

Wait a minute...they tested water quality and temperature by having a bunch of people jump in and swim?

How does it taste? How do you feel?

Lol...well it's on par with how they are handling Fukashima, so...whatever.

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Posted in: Trade war may escalate to currency war, hurting Japan See in context

The orange moron and the State that wants to own us all.

I wish they'd both just go away. Can't we just give them equal halves of the moon and send them off to do their thing there with the Tardigrades?

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Posted in: Heat headache as Tokyo swelters a year before Olympics See in context

Planting big shade trees. Go ahead, suggest it in the Izakaya and enjoy the bemused looks people give you. Hahaha.

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Posted in: Do video games, mental illness drive U.S. massacres? See in context

There is no demonstrable link between video games and gun violence.

There is a link between gun ownership/access and gun violence.

America refuses to deal with the problem at the source, that is to say: Guns.

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Posted in: Typhoon leaves 1 dead in southwestern Japan See in context

Are you ABSOLUTELY certain you didn't leave something up on your roof?

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Posted in: Theme-park food to be taxed 10% if eaten at table; 8% if eaten while walking See in context

serendipitous1Today 10:13 pm JST

And no doubt customers will fight when one who paid 10% and sits at a table overhears the other only paid 8% but is also sitting at a table. Ridiculous. Just make it 10% across the board (or, even better, 5%).

Only in a society of programmed snitches could that happen....oh wait.....

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Posted in: Theme-park food to be taxed 10% if eaten at table; 8% if eaten while walking See in context

What is also going to be hilarious, is...

'I'd like to sit and eat my lunch, but I'll have the drink and dessert to go.'

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Posted in: Theme-park food to be taxed 10% if eaten at table; 8% if eaten while walking See in context

Meh...seems simple enough...just 3 buttons on the register. Take out, Eat in, With toy. Boom

Who cares what happens after the sale when you're only making Y900/hr?

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Posted in: Biden and Harris do battle, face attacks in combative U.S. Democratic debate See in context

Sorry America, this has to be the weakest line up fo Presidential candidates I've ever seen, and these are the Good Guys,

Land of the Lost.

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Posted in: Sophie the robot whips up oodles of Singapore noodles See in context

"The robot will let chefs cut down on repetitive tasks and focus on understanding customers' needs."

"Sophie will cut the staffing of the laksa station from two chefs to one, whose main role will be to replenish the ingredients and keep the station clean."

Hahaha! You can see the problem right there in these 2 conflicting 'goals'. Sophie allows the shop to let go of the chef, and keep on the lower paid kitchen hand, who certainly won't be spending their time 'understanding customers needs'.

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