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Posted in: 92-year-old man arrested for killing 91-year-old wife See in context

Another family murder. As I have posted before, we are in perilous times of the last days

Can I get an amen? Can we at least get a second coming first?

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Posted in: DA: 5 Memphis cops 'all responsible' for Tyre Nichols' death See in context

why would one think this as a Black man, when all 5 police officers were.......Black?

he really thought 5 Black police officers would do that to him if he complied?

I think they’re all the same. No amount of lipstick is going to change the fact they’re….

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Posted in: Ex-PM Mori casts doubt on Japan's excessive support for Ukraine See in context

indeed the goal of the US, JP and EU puppets is to create a nuclear WAR to reduce the population

Couldn’t be a truer statement today.

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Posted in: Premier League clubs set new record for January spending See in context

My team Crystal Palace (Pride of South London), haven’t spent anything yet. What are they like? Maybe like me, sensible frugal and operating in an honest manner.

Definitely have to cross off the south of London as a tourist destination if that’s the best on offer.

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Posted in: Defiant Ukrainians cheer New Year as drones blasted from skies See in context

6 month from now Kiev will be uninhabitable

You also said that it’d be all over by Christmas and yet here we are.

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Posted in: Woman sues Steven Tyler, alleging child sex assault in 1970s See in context

The gilted lover deranged by jelousey

Golden comment champ.

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Posted in: China sends 39 warplanes, 3 ships toward Taiwan in 24 hours See in context

China is not just displaying force. China is preparing for an invasion. China believes now is the best time to move while NATO backs down from Russia and while the US is preoccupied with its wokeness. Who now is going to stop China? The US military is demoralized by the V mandate. It will soon be decimated by the same. The akai uma of the apokalipse is getting ready to gallop.

I would like to have $50 in that horse not getting the win.

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Posted in: FIFA mostly wins big but loses some trust at Qatar World Cup See in context

https://ca.sports.yahoo.com/news/olympics-2021-scandals-042544651.html

Some light reading for you Steve.

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Posted in: Heavy snow in northwest Japan leaves drivers stranded overnight See in context

Five and a half hour bus ride yesterday because the trains were out. At least I wasn’t stuck in a vehicle. No chance I’ll visit in winter again.

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Posted in: Japanese gov't wants to give people an extra ¥80,000 to have babies See in context

In Australia, back in 2005, there was a 5,000 AU$ bonus for a new born. The biggest household goods retailer, Harvey Norman, noticed a big uptick in sales of plasma TV sets (then top of technology).

That is where the money went - on TVs, the whole goverment initiative was mocked as a "Plasma TV bonus.

Bogan Christmas.

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Posted in: Brittney Griner released from Russia in prisoner swap for arms dealer Viktor Bout See in context

Take your pick.

I don’t know would have been enough.

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Posted in: Indonesia bans sex outside marriage in new criminal code See in context

It’ll be interesting when the young Aussie school leavers go over for their holiday.

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Posted in: Japan eyes 56% increase in defense budget over five years See in context

Try billion.

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Posted in: GOP nudges closer to House win; Senate could hinge on runoff See in context

Trump/Greene 2024!!

The lunaticket.

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Posted in: Suspected groper injured after jumping onto train tracks in Tokyo See in context

master Oct. 29  09:56 pm JST

@master

“As long as I live, I'll never understand why so many Japanese men do this.”

You might be able to understand when you cross the Styx.

Horrible band.

Not a good river either.

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Posted in: Confusion, concern, conspiracies, celebration after Musk takes over Twitter See in context

“The left owns government, academia, journalism, hollywood, and big tech yet the country is still more or less evenly divided. Imagine an even one of those institutions was a level playing field.”

So what are you trying to say is that the right are uneducated,poor and lack talent?

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Posted in: Tokyo's Shibuya on high alert for return of Halloween crowds See in context

Padraig BohannanToday  08:35 am JST

@Starbucks

Tokio's Shibuya celebrating Halloween? Why? Halloween is American! Originally from Mexico celebrating the Dead! 

Eh... you might wanna fact check this mate.

It's from Scotland.

I didn’t write that . I was responding to another comment. My mistake for not highlighting that. But Scotland really.

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Posted in: Tokyo's Shibuya on high alert for return of Halloween crowds See in context

Tokio's Shibuya celebrating Halloween? Why? Halloween is American! Originally from Mexico celebrating the Dead! I do not know what is the significance of offering sweets to children who knock at your door. But every year there are some wicked people who stick pine needles into pieces of candy they offer to the children.

Try Celtic champ.

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Posted in: West Ham beat Bournemouth with more VAR controversy See in context

What was Moyes thinking?

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Posted in: Inflation protests across Europe threaten political turmoil See in context

I payed 2.18 for half a dozen of eggs,not that I needed them,but too have case I needed

Good one Forrest.

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Posted in: Boris Johnson eyes comeback as UK leader See in context

Mr Johnson is a bounder and is a cheater. We need a decent chap in charge, but is that possible these days? I just can fathom how Britain has turned into such a ghastly mess, it’s like a vile reality show for the lower classes

Indeed,we are not amused

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Posted in: Jan 6 panel subpoenas Trump See in context

Lots of super rich crooks in the world who avoid prison. They use expensive lawyers who use various tricks to overload the court system. You’re grasping at straws if you think that’s evidence of innocence.

Wait!! The Dems are obsessed with trying to imprison this guy and failed miserably over the last 14 years and 7 of those years obsessively and I’m the one grasping at straws??? ROFL! Good one…

Hardly a reply to the posting is it?

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Posted in: Rampant Arsenal beats Liverpool; Ronaldo nets landmark goal See in context

And, some of the best goals are just the result of pure luck.

Best of luck to the American team at the World Cup. They’re going to need it.

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Posted in: Russia unleashes biggest attacks in Ukraine in months See in context

Lukashenko claims that NATO and Ukraine are planning to attack Belarus according to the BBC.

Not only Ukraine as this article says !

and that Belarus has already deployed its troops with Russia troops into Ukraine.

Expect a few explosions shortly in Belarus to justify jumping into the fray.

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Posted in: Japan reopens to tourists with shuttered souvenir shops, hotel staff shortage See in context

Biggest sticking point right there. Most people stopped at two vax and I strongly doubt they will get a third just to go to Japan. Also the PCR requirement when all people can have Covid, vaccinated or not, is discriminatory and stupid.

So you’ll be staying at home then?

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Posted in: More heavy rain forecast for flood-weary Australia's east See in context

Excellent timing. Just started hammering down again.

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Posted in: Japan's lower house chief says he will explain links to Unification Church See in context

Today  01:15 pm JST

A "cult" is the religion down the road whose church you do not attend.

All religions are cults. Either keep them all out of public life. If you personally want to take part in them... fine. But no public employee should have anything to do with any religious group as part of his or her duties.

hallelujah

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Posted in: 66 abortion clinics shut in U.S. since court ruling: report See in context

Yes, I’m pro-life.

And pro incest and rape?

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Posted in: 'Raincoat Man' arrested for stealing 360 women’s raincoats; says it's 'as exciting as lingerie' See in context

What do the police do with all the raincoats/panties/bras/rackets/slippers etc l

Put in a bid if you’re interested.

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Posted in: Australian lawmakers pay tribute to queen, discuss republic See in context

Best chance for a head of state in Australia would be a sportsperson.

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