Straight Shooter comments

Posted in: Japan takes gymnastics lead; reigning champ Uchimura bows out after fall from high bar See in context

I can't say I recall ever hearing anything about Uchimura. Is he really famous in Japan?

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Posted in: Who do you think will light the Olympic cauldron at Friday night's Tokyo Olympic opening ceremony? See in context

Pico Taro, of course!!

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Posted in: Bob Dylan releases first original album in almost a decade See in context

How so? It is not like he plays a lot of his older songs. Perhaps if you actually went to one of his concerts, you would think differently.

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Posted in: Left-winger wins Austrian presidential vote See in context

Adolf Hitler was left-wing, not right-wing!

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Posted in: Saitama couple use kids to steal from electronics store See in context

Moderator - When referring to husbands/ wives or boyfriends/girlfriends, could JT kindly use gender-specific words, instead of the indistinct, non-judgmental term "partner"?

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Posted in: Darvish donates $42,000 to Jackie Robinson Foundation See in context

Based on race....., isn't that racist? I hope Darvish is not buying into the RGI.

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Posted in: Darvish donates $42,000 to Jackie Robinson Foundation See in context

Are the scholarships only for blacks?

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Posted in: Australian PM announces terror attack compensation plan See in context

Why would the Australian government pay compensation? That is simply wrong.

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Posted in: Hiroshima girl's paper crane comes to Pearl Harbor See in context

Equating the attack on Pearl Harbor with the bombing of Hiroshima is incredibly cynical. The attack on Pearl Harbor did not save millions of lives; the bombing of Hiroshima did. American's can be rightfully proud of ending the war and saving Japan.

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