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Posted in: Golden Week travel begins despite pleas from governors to stay home See in context

People should really look at what's happening in India before they decide to cram together and travel. I know that we're all eager to get things back to normal, but we won't get there until we can get the virus under control. It's time to think of the other person now instead of ourselves.

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Posted in: Feds search Rudy Giuliani's home, office See in context


This man was probably the greatest Mayor that New York City had ever seen. He cleaned up Times Square and saw the city through a horrible act of terror. He could've just rested on his laurels and he deserved every accolade he was given. But now...

Look how far this man has fallen..

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Posted in: Pepe Le Pew absence from 'Space Jam 2' prompts 'cancel culture' debate See in context

There are far more people who will buy their product than will protest it.

The money always wins. It's their product and they can do whatever they want with it. If you don't like it, don't watch.

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Posted in: GOP to let Trump fight election for weeks despite Biden's win See in context

President Trump has found a more lucrative way to make money other than real estate.


His campaign raised close to a Billion dollars in donations and there's no way he's going out the door without grabbing as much in donations as he can.

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Posted in: Could PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X be swansong for consoles? See in context

I don't think that this will be the last iteration of gaming consoles and here's why...

Bandwith caps. In the West, a lot of internet providers will throttle your service down or increase your fees if you go over your bandwith cap. Coupled with a lot of rural areas with low speeds, I don't see consoles going away anytime soon. Plus we're forgetting one major factor... They're profitable.

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Posted in: Debate commission says it will make changes to format See in context

Keep everything as is so that the world can see what we in the U.S. have wrought upon ourselves.

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Posted in: Trump floats idea of election delay See in context

If you support this then you are against the Constitution of the United States.

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Posted in: 2 Americans held in Ghosn's escape say they won't flee U.S. See in context

They should let them out. It's not like they have any experience leaving a country quickly and under shady circumstances.... Oh wait...

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Posted in: No bail for 2 accused of helping ex-Nissan boss escape Japan See in context

It's not like they don't know how to flee a country or anything... ;)

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Posted in: Okinawa holds referendum on controversial U.S. base move See in context

IF/WHEN the bases leave, the jobs and money leave with them. The Japanese Government is happy right where the bases are because the bases/U.S. Government is a major economic program for the poorest prefecture in Japan.

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Posted in: MSDF appoints first woman to command warship squadron See in context

Congratulations to her! I hope she continues to excel.

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Posted in: Sex to boost film career is not rape: Weinstein lawyer See in context

That's terrible and pathetic.

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Posted in: Trump says U.S. to impose steep tariffs on steel, aluminum imports See in context

"America First" is a catchy slogan, but in reality it just means "America Alone".

I'm an American, born and raised by the way.

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Posted in: Oprah Winfrey says she is 'definitely not' running for U.S. president See in context

Good for her.

I pity the next President-elect because if President Trump is defeated, he'll tweet against them ad nauseam.

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Posted in: 12-year-old boy hit and killed by train in Fukuoka Pref See in context

My prayers are for the family and loved ones.

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Posted in: Vietnamese girl murdered in Japan buried in hometown See in context

My heart goes out to that poor child and her family. I pray that she rests in peace.

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Posted in: World Order’s 'Singularity' raises profile of singular girls group See in context

You can never have too much Genki Sudo in your life.

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Posted in: Japan's oldest porn queen retires -- at 80 See in context

Wow. 0_0

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Posted in: Anime voice actress Maaya Sakamoto covers Katy Perry’s 'Firework' in spectacular fashion See in context

I would pay money to listen to an album of her snoring.

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Posted in: Trump White House sees 'deep state' behind leaks, opposition See in context

It's easy to figure this all out. You can't believe a word the man says and here's proof. When the word came out that Jeff Sessions lied under oath, the President threw a verbal hand-grenade into a gas station with "President Obama had Trump tower wire tapped!!!!!" Then everyone started looking in THAT direction, even though he has ZERO proof. It's sad that the world looks at us in the U.S. as a joke now for electing a snake-oil salesman.

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Posted in: Trump claims Obama had phones wiretapped; Obama denies it See in context

So of COURSE President Trump has 100% factual PROOF that then President Obama wiretapped and bugged him.


I'll just wait to see it.

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Posted in: Promises, pomp and protests as Trump sworn in See in context

"Trump knows how to manage businesses."

Sorry, but if I had a business, I wouldn't want anyone who declared bankruptcy several times anywhere near it.

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Posted in: Trump unleashes Twitter attack against civil rights leader; protests begin across U.S. See in context

One thing about the Republican party having control of the House of Representatives, The Senate, AND the Presidency.....

Now they don't have anyone to blame BUT themselves.

The next 4 years will be a rolling dumpster fire.

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Posted in: Star of '24' sequel welcomes chance to create black hero See in context

Can't wait for this one!

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Posted in: The benefits for Japan of a U.S. military withdrawal See in context

Just remember this...

When the bases go, the dollars go with them. It's a double-edge sword.

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Posted in: 7-year-old girl missing since 3/11 disaster identified from bone fragments See in context

Man, what a sad story. :(

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Posted in: Roasted duck is easier - and more delicious - than you think See in context

I have an indoor electric turkey-fryer and I usually wind up frying a duck for Christmas. I use the same peanut oil that I used to fry the turkey.

It's delicious and the skin is VERY crispy.

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Posted in: Court upholds deportation order for Thai teenager born and raised in Japan See in context

Terrible decision by the courts.

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Posted in: Trump slams recount push as a scam; says election is over See in context

"I will accept the outcome of the election... ONLY if I win."

Donald Trump

What a joke our political system has become.

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Posted in: Rola makes Hollywood debut in 'Resident Evil: The Final Chapter' See in context

Oh PLEASE let this END!

On a good note. :)

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