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Posted in: Rumors circulate that Sawajiri will do nude photo shoot See in context

she was sleeping with lots of older men like a maniac since she was a kid so presumably she knows what she likes

That's an interesting conclusion. I could speculate about why she does it, and one reason is not polite enough for me to post(hint, it starts with "s" and ends with "t"). The other potential explanation is just too sad.

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Posted in: Eastwood, Freeman back in saddle for 'Invictus' See in context

2 cool old dudes.

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Posted in: Scott Murphy strikes gold with series of J-pop cover albums See in context

LazyMan1, pay attention!

He's someone making it big in a farce!

Sorry. To answer your question, I don't know.

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Posted in: Oshio's arrest throws spotlight on drug route to entertainers See in context

No sympathy for the guy.

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Posted in: Scott Murphy strikes gold with series of J-pop cover albums See in context

good on him. the j-pop industry is a complete farce,

call the industry a "complete farce," then congratulate the guy for excelling in said "farce."

yeah, uh, that makes sense.

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Posted in: Skating at the Hills See in context

if only there were more of these places.

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Posted in: Australian PM threatens legal action against Japan over whaling See in context

browny1, guess i'd better stock up then. whale is some goood eats.

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Posted in: Bringing Italian cafe culture to Japan See in context

Nice, but not for everyone.

It's businessman culture, not shopping, lunch, meeting up, or weekend culture. Definitely limited in its potential.

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Posted in: Tough man Terence Lee loses street fight in Kanagawa See in context

let this be a lesson to those who put all their faith in martial arts lessons

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Posted in: Google search results to include 'real-time' data See in context

Finally!

Sick of this Fake-time searching.

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Posted in: Public Enemy No. 1 See in context

He's not doing that Thai greeting with the hands is he? Just do a normal wave you dolt!

I was walking with my wife in Montreal once and a (white) couple passed by us and said Nee How(Chinese "hello"), and then did the Thai praying hands thingy with a bow. I tell that one at parties, and it never gets old here in Japan.

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Posted in: Billboard names Powter one-hit wonder of decade See in context

I guess this is the day he was singing about. Still, he made a bundle on it. He's probably giggling awyay to himself...and crying...and giggling...and...

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Posted in: Scientists, lawyers consider effects of home robots See in context

Altria, it depends. The question is, did you turn it on before you started?

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Posted in: 'Sexting' is more common than you might think See in context

Girls were a little more likely to send pictures of themselves. Yet boys were more likely to say that sexting is “hot,” while most girls called it “slutty.”

Uuh, this boy agrees with the girls, but I wouldn't do it. How ironic...

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Posted in: What it's like for department store staff in a recession See in context

Hephatsheput, too funny!

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Posted in: Reaching for the Universe See in context

good morning!

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Posted in: Kindergarten principal held after driving van into group of children See in context

Just glad that this wasn't fatal.

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Posted in: AP, other news agencies partner for web news hub See in context

yawn

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Posted in: Chronicles of My Life: An American in the Heart of Japan See in context

Japanese literature in any case

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Posted in: Chronicles of My Life: An American in the Heart of Japan See in context

elbudamexicano,

hey, get known as THE expert on Japan, and maybe you have a shot.

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Posted in: World's largest atom smasher breaks power record See in context

armchair Einsteins

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Posted in: The champ See in context

First impression: He's a shrimp!

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Posted in: Climategate: The fix is in See in context

I just don't see how being skeptical is a bad thing when it comes to science. And I guess a lot of other people feel the same way.

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Posted in: Woman catches 10-year-old boy who falls from 3rd-floor window See in context

numbskull, why even speculate about something you don't even know happened? and in the negative? perhaps the student jumped. perhaps he was pushed. but the story says nothing about anything like that. nor does it say he fell from her call.

the point is, it looks like it would make you feel better if the woman "caused" the boy to fall, which is impossible anyway, because she didn't put him on the ledge.

so the question is, why do you want her to be in the wrong?

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Posted in: Woman catches 10-year-old boy who falls from 3rd-floor window See in context

bobbafett

gimme a break. hes on a ledge. its a fall waiting to happen. even if she did use a loud voice, what kind of person would warn someone in a "gentle" voice anyway?

i'm sorry, but you should have thought a little more about your comment before you posted it.

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Posted in: 10 ways to get a seat on a packed commuter train in Japan See in context

Nessie, if you hope to get your gaijin/seat thesis to hold water, how are you going to defend it against this simple catch 22:

Foreigners cannot possibly be seated on a Japanese train, without having gotten an empty seat on a Japanese train, with lots of Japanese in it. The Japanese are discriminating against themselves. It is the only way to explain the presence of empty seats (in which you sit down) next to them. And if the Japanese discriminate against everyone who IS a foreigner, as well as everyone who IS NOT a foreigner, then really they discriminate against nobody.

Please respond.

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Posted in: 10 ways to get a seat on a packed commuter train in Japan See in context

Cleo, the seats beside me are always full, too. I do, however, see some empty seats beside Japanese people, quite often. And I am often the one to fill them.

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Posted in: 10 ways to get a seat on a packed commuter train in Japan See in context

nice list.

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Posted in: Anyone for table tennis? See in context

Hey! Are those my RayBans?

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Posted in: Ex-soccer player Honda, wife divorce after 6 years of sexless marriage See in context

the daughter should sue the mother for all the money she makes on tv.

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