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Posted in: Trump suggests armed deputy at Florida school was a 'coward' See in context

I truly feel sorry for the many intelligent Americans who reject this toxic gun culture. For it is these people who often bear the consequences. I find it mind boggling that any country's gov't can put such little value on the lives of children. Rome burnt while Nero fiddled.

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Posted in: Trump says arming teachers could prevent school massacres See in context

And then one day, the teacher is..... just having a bad day. It really is a race to the bottom.

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Posted in: S Korea, Japan celebrate skaters' friendship See in context

Wouldn't it be nice to see the worlds leaders and politicians display the same level of humanity. Great example girls. Well done to both.

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Posted in: Japan to aim at 'ageless society' with more healthy seniors working See in context

The most convenient thing for the government is for you to drop dead at work.

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Posted in: Japan should be capable of building nuclear weapon: LDP's Ishiba See in context


"Only if you needlessly provoke a nuclear power and threaten then with nuclear attack. Most nations with nuclear weapons don't do this for obvious reasons."

Which is exactly what Trump is doing. You poke the bear enough and.....

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Posted in: Trump says Texas shooting due to 'mental health problem,' not a gun issue See in context

"We have a lot of mental health problems in our country, as do other countries."

Ok, you admit that other countries have the same mental health problems, so, why don't all these other countries have the same level of gun crime? Join the dots and you get either of two answers.

Either, it is the number of guns and the ease of obtaining the guns.

Or, America has the worst case of mental health.

Apart from Sth America, the USA has the worst figures for gun related homicide in the developed world.

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Posted in: Japan should be capable of building nuclear weapon: LDP's Ishiba See in context

The argument of having nuclear weapons as a "deterant" could also have the opposite effect of making oneself a "target".

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Posted in: 26 killed, 20 wounded in Texas church shooting See in context

If what happened at Sandy Hook failed to change attitudes, nothing will. In America there are 113 guns for every 100 people. It's like a cancer with no known cure,

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Posted in: Harassment of women can never be tolerated: Ivanka Trump See in context

I wonder if she has ever given the same advice to her father.

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Posted in: Asia learns to live with Trump rhetoric, but unease remains See in context

Heads or tails. Who's the craziest.

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Posted in: Japan Matsuri in London See in context

According to the banner, the Matsuri went on for most of the day. This picture would have only been a very small part. I am assuming that there would have been a majority of some very traditional culture. Good stuff indeed.

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Posted in: Japanese car rentals include stickers that read: 'A foreigner is driving' See in context

Sticker should say..."I stop at red lights, please do not ram me from behind."

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Posted in: Int'l unity crumbles over N Korea; Trump to let Japan, S Korea buy more military equipment See in context

The world can probably cope with one lunatic leader, not so sure about having two.

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Posted in: Trump defends decision to pardon Arizona's Arpaio; insists Mexico will pay for wall See in context

And meantime, China, Russia, Nth Korea and others are rolling on the floor laughing, waiting for it all to implode if Trump stays. America doesn't need enemies anymore.

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Posted in: Sea Shepherd pulls plug on campaign to disrupt Japan whale hunt See in context

As much as Japan likes to portray its self as a lover of nature, it is anything but. If you can't kill it, concrete it.

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Posted in: Australian PM slams gay slurs as marriage vote looms See in context

A bit rich coming from a PM and gov't that is also trying to water down anti discrimination/ vilification laws, saying that we all have the right to be a bigot.

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Posted in: Giant tortoise that fled zoo found 140 meters away See in context

Just wondering how hard it would be to spot a "fleeing" tortoise. A big thumbs up to Abuh.

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Posted in: Trump's claim Akie Abe wife cannot speak English generates buzz See in context

Me thinks the lady is smarter than we give her credit for. I bet there are lots of others who wished they had the same idea.

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Posted in: 'Three idiocies' that are ruining Japan: Obsession with numbers, rules and meetings See in context

It all starts earlier than the office environment. Anyone with experience of the teaching methods in Japanese high schools will know. Until Japan adopts modern and progressive education nothing will change.

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Posted in: Trump backtracks on cyber unit with Russia after harsh criticism See in context

And Nero fiddled ( or in this case, twittered ) while Rome burned. The Russians, and Chinese, must be rolling on the floor laughing.

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Posted in: Feline good: Cats counter stress at Tokyo firm See in context

In one place I worked at, we had a Labrador dog, which was very nice. Problem was, every one kept giving the dog treats (usually sweet biscuits ) and the poor thing almost exploded, it got that over weight. The dog had to go on a "holiday" to recover as we almost killed it. After this the dog was limited to set feeding times. It is nice having a pet around.

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Posted in: Many rites await Princess Mako and Komuro before their marriage See in context

I, like many others I am sure,  would only wish them a loving and long marriage. In all reality, she will probably revel in being not so much in the royal spotlight.

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Posted in: Trump revealed classified info to Lavrov at White House: officials See in context

Follow the money trail and the business dealings, and it is quite clear that Trump is Russia's lapdog. There will be worse to come yet.

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Posted in: Driver gets 30 months over traffic death while playing Pokemon Go See in context

Apparently life is cheap in Japan. Have seen longer sentences handed out for minor things like smoking a joint.

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Posted in: Gov't names and shames 'black' companies violating labor laws See in context

Japanese culture teaches and encourages it's population to be subservient and unquestioning, which is easily exploited by business. The younger generation is slowly standing up to this culture, thankfully, but will still take generations to eliminate this culture entirely.

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Posted in: Coates re-elected as Australian Olympic Committee president See in context

Just another snout in another trough.

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Posted in: No. of children in Japan falls for 36th year to new record low See in context

Any economist will tell you that the wealth gap is widening, and will continue to for the foreseeable future. Unless you are in the top 10% of earners now your standard of living will only get worse. Why would anyone want to offer this future to their offspring. We always thought that our children would do better than us, but not any more.

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Posted in: Trump pledges fealty to NRA gun lobby See in context

@bass4funk. What are your reasons for saying that what works in one country will not work in others. I would suggest that the fact that Australia has only a tenth of gun related deaths Per Capita compared to USA would point to either the success of gun control, or is it just the mentality of Americans that leads to a tendency to want to shoot every and anything. Whatever, this is irrefutable proof that more gun ownership does nothing to stop gun related deaths.

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Posted in: Trump pledges fealty to NRA gun lobby See in context

Look up Jim Jeffries Gun Control. It explains the logic in a way even die hard gun owners can not refute.

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Posted in: Tiny house by Muji finally goes on sale in Japan See in context

@Fizzbit....who said anything about burying.? Look on line for container houses, very innovative and practical. By the way plenty of people bury them to grow dope inside with no structural problems. They are stronger than you realise.

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