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Posted in: Giant 'Pac-Man' rock See in context

Doo-doo doo-doo

Doo-doo doo-doo

Doo-doo doo-doo

Dooooooooooooooooo..........

PAC-MAN FOREVER

God Bless Masaya Nakamura 1925 - 2017

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Posted in: 'Tis the season for more TV Christmas movies than ever See in context

I'll take the Peanuts special over this kind of pap, thank you.

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Posted in: Trump urges 'full sentence' for his ex-lawyer Cohen in Russia probe See in context

So Don the Con demands a 'full sentence ' for Cohen for lying?

Well the same for you, Traitor Trump! What IS the penalty for treason and collaboration with a foreign power, anyway?

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Posted in: Former President George H W Bush returns to capital to lie in state See in context

Bush, never a great communicator - something even he acknowledged - was out of touch with ordinary people.

he was a better communicator than that obnoxious Mussolini we have now. And while George Bush did good things, bad things, stupid things like all Presidents before and since him - until now.

He was denied a second term by Arkansas Gov. Clinton, who would later become a close friend. The pair worked together to raise tens of millions of dollars for victims of a 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami and of Hurricane Katrina, which swamped New Orleans and the Gulf Coast in 2005.

In a recent essay, Clinton declared of Bush: "I just loved him."

Like John McCain, George Bush wisely made friends with former rivals. Good, bad, ugly - George Bush was a true President, an elected President and he behaved like one. I truly hated the 1991 Gulf war, felt it wasn't necessary and made things worse but it would've happened sooner or later. The American public just loves war and thinks it's entertainment. Still, George Bush did some good things while in office, and he quit his NRA membership when the fanatic loudmouth Wayne LaPierre said what he did after the OKC bombings. You have to give credit where it's due. It's a sad irony that during his term the Iron Curtain + Berlin Wall went down (that was GOOD) but now a fascist scumpot despot wants to build such a wall himself.

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Posted in: Former President George H W Bush returns to capital to lie in state See in context

TorafusuTorasanToday 11:48 am JSTWorking on disaster relief with his successor, Bill Clinton, must have forged a bond between them. To paraphrase his jokey quote above, who would have predicted various members of the Bush family (including 41) voting for Hillary Clinton of all people in the 2016 election?

In early 1993 the now ex-POTUS Bush visited his oil reserves in Kuwait and the emir was to reward Bush with a medal for doing what the emirate was too chicken to do - drive Saddam's army out. Saddam sent a suicide car bomb that if successful, would've killed ex-Pres. Bush and several people. The bomb went too early, only the driver died - for nothing. Clinton responded by launching a missile attack trashing the Iraqi secret police HQ to teach Saddam 'that you don't try to kill our former head of state and expect to get away with it'. The former 1992 Presidential election rivals became buddies after that. They'd be jogging together, having each other as dinner guests, the works. Very much like the 2008 rivals Sen. John McCain and Pres. Barack Obama.

Look at who was at McCain's funeral. Look at that now iconic picture of former First Couples around the wheelchair-bound George at Barbara's funeral. ALL former POTUS's (the Carters are both ill and both Reagans are dead), their wives, Melania Trump and no Donny Douchebag. tRump is too ill-mannered, rude, despicable and such a narcisstic boor - and besides, why would George (now a quadraleptic) invite some brat that makes fun of people in wheelchairs? Civility - GHWB had it, Clinton has it, GWB has it even though he's stupid, Obama has it and Traitor Don doesn't know what that is. We need it back - badly!

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Posted in: Trump urges 'full sentence' for his ex-lawyer Cohen in Russia probe See in context

bonesToday 12:35 pm JST@Chip star

dont forget about the inviting the Russian media inside the Oval Office thing !

If that ain't being a quisling, then what is?

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Posted in: Parents plead guilty to starving 1-year-old son to death See in context

Aly RustomToday 08:18 am JSTThe couple have admitted that they frequently ignored Haruto while they played video games.

Life in prison. I'm just shaking at this. This is just... I don't know what to say.

yes! Prison for life and take the other kids away from them. No more video games for these 'parents' either!

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Posted in: Diet panel OKs bill to ban ticket scalping ahead of 2020 Olympics See in context

SerranoDec. 3 01:22 pm JST"ticket brokering is prohibited on streets and other public places under local ordinances."

It's still going to go on.

In my hometown, it's so out in the open. Two women came up to me once out of the blue asking me my price for RUSH tickets. I wasn't selling, I was GOING and I went. That was a great show too.

This past October there were scalpers with wooden shellacked signs advertising what they doing - scalping! This was for a Phil Collins concert. They were also openly selling (well-made) pirated Phil Collins tour T-shirts out in the open and the cops didn't stop it.

I first saw this practice at a U2 concert in California and the police stopped that racket real quick. Their pirated T-shirts weren't that good either - they were raggy. Times have changed.

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Posted in: Blue Christmas See in context

Crystal blue beautiful Christmas. And Elvis says, 'Uh-huh uh-huh...'

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Posted in: French, German leaders take Putin to task over Ukraine See in context

lincolnmanToday 08:31 am JSTGerman Chancellor Angela Merkel took Russian President Vladimir Putin to task Saturday over Moscow's naval confrontation with Ukraine, one day after France's Emmanuel Macron urged Putin to "de-escalate" the crisis.

And this is what real leaders do - take it right to Putin's face. Of course there's one leader who is under Putin's boot and who is compromised, so he begs off a meeting.

Weak and a coward....

that's what you gotta do when you have a quisling running the U.S.A. The NATO members in Europe have to do things for themselves since Trump is too chicken to take on the dictator who placed him in the WH.

'Make America Great Again' my fanny! Donny Douchebag is an uncouth immature cowardly boot-licking crybaby, he's Putin's puppet and he says 'mama' to a porn star who SPANKS him. What a disgrace, man.

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Posted in: Quirky weddings show new trend of acceptance in Japan See in context

Burning BushDec. 2 08:33 pm JSTThese people need medical attention

You're not supposed to discriminate against people based on their sexual orientation.

You're supposed to be tolerant and inclusive of sexual minorities.

OK, but this applies to two human beings, and there some sexual attractions that not normal at all - they are fetishes. Sexual attraction to a non-living thing and/or zoophilia is NOT normal - it's sick, disgusting, warped and the 'other party' is not capable of any romantic attraction or feeling whatsoever. It's destructive - one party gets its 'kicks', the other suffers.

And the same goes for pedophilia and incest. Children are not capable of romantic relationships and not sexually developed, and molesting them is a sick disgusting crime. It should NEVER be accepted in any way. And 'sexually grooming' (raising your child to be your lover) is a gross sick crime that should NEVER be tolerated or accepted. I thought that was illegal in the U.S.A. but Donny Douchebag gushes lustfully about his daughter Ivanka - 'she's got the form', 'she's hot!', 'I'd like to date her', 'I wanna MARRY her!' and there are some pictures...

I don't care who he is - I would tell il Douche right to his face, 'You are sick, disgusting, in the wrong and violating the laws of the Constitution, man, nature and God!'. 

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Posted in: Diet panel OKs bill to ban ticket scalping ahead of 2020 Olympics See in context

That's the way it should be. Scalping is supposedly banned but nobody enforces the law in most of America. I first saw that practice at a U2 concert in California and the police busted them shysters. That was 30 years ago. A few years later I saw a scalper holding a fan of tix for a Pink Floyd show. opening asking $800-$900 each! That's obscene.

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Posted in: French, German leaders take Putin to task over Ukraine See in context

Trump was afraid to face Vlad. Putin shamed Trump in Helsinki, got Trump to disrespect the FBI's findings and accept Putin's. Trump's on the ropes in the US with all the criminal allegations. He's not very bright, but must recognize kneeling to Vlad publicly just makes him look even more inept.

Trump is a suck-up to Putin. Congress (and Obama prior) put on sanctions on Russia and wanted to impose more but Trumpytraitor nixed it. Benedict Donald is a Russian puppet, and he's a wimpy spankee boy. He's NOT as strong, mature or powerful as he pretends to be. He's a disgraceful joke.

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Posted in: Trump proposes 'worldwide network' to counter CNN overseas See in context

1glennNov. 30 06:45 pm JSTThere is something very strange about watching Trump claiming to care about the truth.

He wants to 'create' your truth for you! He's got to go.

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Posted in: Thousands of Australian students skip school for mass climate protest See in context

School is about becoming the leaders of tomorrow, not obeying the rules, following stupid dress codes and being a 'good loyal working dog'. I'm glad to see this activism. The 'adults' LIE + DENY to the kids all the time. Some 'leaders' have no maturity at all! Bring it on, kiddies! And tell 'PM' Scott Morrison + Donald Douchebag Trump and the others to shut up, because they ain't doing their jobs!

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Posted in: Golden afternoon See in context

Such a lovely view, scenery and people.

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Posted in: Reach for the sky See in context

Very beautiful.

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Posted in: Deer me See in context

A French horn. OK, what for?

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Posted in: Trump proposes 'worldwide network' to counter CNN overseas See in context

Feel sorry for the few decent guys like Fareed Zakaria who want to maintain an intelligent conversation cause the whole network has gone completely crazy.

I agree about Fareed. Nancy Grace is so self-absorbed. You should've seen her interviewing Paul McCartney. She gushed and acted like a teenager, and she irritated Paul in the process!

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Posted in: S Korea's top court orders 2nd Japanese company to compensate forced laborers See in context

GoodlucktoyouToday 02:15 pm JSTThis happened almost 70 years ago or more so just give compensation and move along. The world has

many more pressing challenges

Yes, just as Serbia is compensating the other former Yugoslav republics for all the genocide and crap they did from 1990 - 2004, it's time for Japan to do the same. Wash the hands and move on. The fascist era is over.

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Posted in: Kobe winter wonderland See in context

Oh MAN! This is so beautiful.

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Posted in: Trump proposes 'worldwide network' to counter CNN overseas See in context

NorthernlifeNov. 27 03:03 pm JSTPoor little Donny having another tantrum.

JimizoNov. 27 05:23 pm JSTCNN doesn’t like you. The majority of the US electorate also dislike you. CNN is partisan nonsense, but they are more representative in that sense than your trash like the National Enquirer, infowars and Fox and Friends.

Get over it you spoiled brat.

No, Donny we ain't that stupid rerun again about yourself. We're watching MIAMI VICE tonight and that's that!

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Posted in: Filmmaker Bernardo Bertolucci dead at 77 See in context

albaleoToday 04:53 am JSTI'm no movie buff, but some movies stick in your mind and become part of your life.

Thanks, Bernardo Bertolucci. You made my life richer.

'The Last Emperor' is a well done epic. It greatly details the historical insanity of WWII and Maoist China.

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Posted in: Mick Jagger on new Stones tour, Aretha, acting and Grammys See in context

The Rolling Stones are still a thrilling live band to see. Even though age is catching up with Mick and he doesn't perform with as much 'body language' as he used to, he still has a commanding presence on stage. He's someone to see, not just hear. RUSH has a song about people like him: 'Superconductor'.

'...watch his every move, SUPERCONDUCTOR! He can manipulate reactions. SUPERCONDUCTOR!... fantasy for sale, THAT'S ENTERTAINMENT! THAT'S ENTERTAINMENT!'.

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Posted in: Trump proposes 'worldwide network' to counter CNN overseas See in context

This Mussolini moron thinks he's a god. He just can't shut up - he's a Caligula of America.

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Posted in: Ukraine imposes martial law citing threat of Russian invasion See in context

Martial law is just an excuse by the vile Ukrainian government. Ukraine has already been invaded by Russia - they ANNEXED Crimea, remember? President Obama imposed sanctions on Russia for that but we all know Spankee boy Don just can't do that, can he? After all, Trump is Putin's lap dog and besides - what Obama does has to be 'undone', amiright?

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Posted in: Ukraine imposes martial law citing threat of Russian invasion See in context

Martial law is just an excuse by the vile Ukrainian government. Ukraine has already been invaded by Russia - they ANNEXED Crimea, remember? President Obama imposed sanctions on Russia for that but we all know Spankee boy Don just can't do that, can he? After all, Trump is Putin's lap dog and besides - what Obama does has to be 'undone', amiright?

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Posted in: Trump plans key staff changes at crucial point in presidency See in context

WeaselNov. 19 11:45 am JST"I have three or four or five positions that I'm thinking about," Trump said in an interview with "Fox News Sunday." "I need flexibility," he said.

Flexibility my foot. He thinks he's a god and wants us to treat him like one. At the same time, he's embarrassed by the exposure of his actions, especially bribes, treason and everything else. He kidnaps children, puts in the concentration camps and talks about killing a migrant 'invasion threat' if they 'throw rocks'. Talking like a boorish brat. He thinks he's 'acting tough' but he ISN'T. Spanky spanky spanky, little douchebag boy! Stormy Daniels spilled the beans on you. Spanky spanky spanky!!!

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Posted in: Letters from Japan: 'Was I right to decline a first date at his house?' See in context

Smart thing to do. A first date at the least ought to be in a very public place. That's how you find out what the other person is, or at least get some idea. First time out at HIS joint? Stay away from a scenario like that, it sounds like a trap. You go, girl.

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Posted in: Megurogawa Minna no Illumination See in context

Reese

Nov. 25 11:35 pm JST

Absolutely beautiful. Hope to travel to see it one day. Meantime, I'll have to enjoy it on YouTube.

Agreed. Very stunning. And they utilize local waste oil to make all the wattage too. If I ever travel to see this it'll have to be from a taxi - in my country we drive on the right side of the road.

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