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Posted in: Decades later, Yoko Ono to be credited on 'Imagine' See in context

But Yoko Ono has as much artistic talent as your average 9-year-old child.

The predictably ignorant ballad of the intellectually indolent.

It's not her fault you don't get it.

And I've taught your average 9 year old's Visual Art. I can assure you you are wrong. Of course.

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Posted in: Decades later, Yoko Ono to be credited on 'Imagine' See in context

Alex Einz

she is a talentless charlatan and would be absolutely unknown without him, she has nothing to do with art and just a money grabbing


That's why the Museum of Modern Art in New York would run retrospectives of her work (2015), The Venice Biennale recognise her a lifetime achievement award, Austria, Germany, the UK, Spain, Japan also running retrospectives of her work.

That just happens if you are talentless, right? Pffft.

Have a go, and see how you do. By your reasoning, you are fair chance of a retrospective at MOMA, in, say, 20 Years.

I eagerly await the show.

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Posted in: Decades later, Yoko Ono to be credited on 'Imagine' See in context

John n Yoko bought an extra floor of the Dakota apartment building just to house Yoko's two thousand mink coats.

Did John buy any of those coats. Did he buy the extra floor? Does he have ANY responsibility?

Comments like this are symptomatic of the Western narrative that presents Yoko Ono as some kind of conniving little temptress that latched onto John Lesson with the sole intent of destroying the Beatles.

It's racist, misogynistic nonsense.

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Posted in: Decades later, Yoko Ono to be credited on 'Imagine' See in context

Actually, I think she is a very good artist and she was an important member of the Post Modernist Fluxus group in the 60's. I see her as a bold, intelligent idealist who left Japan to tap into the heartbeat of contemporary global philosophy in New York - a radical move for a woman from her background. Check out 'Cut Piece'.


She is highly regarded and decorated in the Art world.

She is also philanthropist, a strong promoter of Human rights and a generous donator to disaster funds such as the Japanese Tsunami.

Outstanding Human, in my opinion.

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Posted in: Woman gets 13 years in prison for fatally abusing 3-year-old daughter See in context

You know, kids love and trust their parents to look after them and protect them, not torture them to death. Imagine how this dear little girl must have felt through this ordeal. It must be terrifying.

3 Year olds are to be guided and taught through that difficult year - that's your job as a parent. Not to abuse them to death for being a 3 year old.


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Posted in: Japan coach faces review after Iraq World Cup qualifying draw See in context

I think Japan will beat Australia comfortably at home. I watch the Socceroos very closely and they are very, very ordinary right now. Just a very average team with average cattle.

If for some reason they only draw though, they may be in big trouble because they won't beat the Saudis at home. The Saudis are pretty decent.

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Posted in: Dolls get 'soul sendoff' for the afterlife See in context

So.... beautiful....sniff, sniff....

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Posted in: Comey says Trump fired him to undermine FBI's Russia investigation See in context

4 of the 5 most discussed topics are on Donald Trump.

The US is a Gong Show.

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Posted in: Elementary school teacher gets drunk, visits student’s house and beats him with stick See in context

Ah, one question.

Why did his Father allow this to happen?

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Posted in: Shinto shrine maiden swimsuit goes on sale See in context

I thoroughly approve.

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Posted in: 18-year-old, arrested for killing girlfriend, to undergo psychiatric evaluation See in context

Which should be a relatively straightforward assessment, I dare say.

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Posted in: Trump tilts 'America First' toward 'America Alone' See in context

It was always clear that he has no diplomacy skills, that diplomacy is something he doesn't have the least scrap of interest in anyway.

How much damage is he going to do to the US's alliances, treaties, standing in the International community, etc etc by the time he is done though? Where is he going to leave them?

The US are basically going through this process of flipping the bird at the rest of the world. That's an arrogant, silly thing to do for a country that is hardly the world's most popular superpower, globally speaking.

My gut feeling is that it will not end well for the US. In an age where we are more globally connected than ever before, this is very counter to the global Zeitgeist.

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Posted in: World leaders vow to defend climate pact after Trump pullout See in context

It's truly an embarrassment.

It's myopic, selfish, isolationist. It's the petty workings of a feeble and ignorant logic given far, far too much opportunity to implement itself.


Syria and Nicaragua! it would be hilarious if it wasn't so tragic.

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Posted in: Trump announces U.S. withdrawal from Paris climate pact; allies voice dismay See in context

And in my opinion Tamarama calling 321 million people "stupid", "myopic" and "ignorant" because half voted for someone she doesn't agree with politically is incredibly small-minded and intolerant.

Oh, come on clamenza. Don't be so precious.

He is their Federally elected political leader. They, and their system elected him. Something like 42% of the country didn't even bother to vote, to wit, take preventative actions against his potential election. There is some complicity in that. It's irresponsible. That kind or irresponsibility has to be subject to collective criticism.

For all the brilliant minds and smart folk in the US, whether they like it or not, this is what they collectively have given us.

It's simply not good enough.

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Posted in: Trump announces U.S. withdrawal from Paris climate pact; allies voice dismay See in context

I'm sure it isn't Tamarama. I'm sure Americans here will all take it as a compliment!

True. Right. I see.

America is currently subjecting me to Donal Trump on a daily basis.

I don't care.

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Posted in: Whistleblower Snowden warns of looming mass surveillance in Japan See in context

If I one day mysteriously disappear from JT, please inform Edward.

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Posted in: Trump announces U.S. withdrawal from Paris climate pact; allies voice dismay See in context


> Syria and Nicaragua are the only other non-participants in the accord.

Wow. Esteemed company there, USA.

I was elected to represent the citizens of Pittsburgh, not Paris,

The French are far too smart and sophisticated to do anything so stupid.

Meanwhile, on the global warming front:


I'm sorry, but my distain for the US grows daily at present. I can't help it. I'd like things to be different, I really would, but I just can't respect a country that is so stupid. So myopic. So ignorant. I know there are lots of Americans here, and this isn't intended to be a personal attack of any kind. But, this Trump show is just too much. It's not the only factor, but at the moment his 3 ring circus is just appalling. It's bewildering. It's a political Lampoon, except it's not. It's a political parody, except it's not.

The rest of us don't deserve to be subjected to the idiocy. We really don't. It's not fair. It's not right.

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Posted in: Japanese family life can't repair itself until companies make it easier to balance the demands of a job and home life. And since many firms don't see any incentive to do that, the government has a duty to offer tax breaks to those offer balance. See in context

Frances is right, of course, but this kind of observation needs to be from within to have any real gravitas. And where are the voices from within?

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Posted in: Japan urges China to play bigger role in restraining N Korea See in context

China have been far more a voice of reason than, say, the US in recents weeks....

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Posted in: N Korea fires ballistic missile that falls into Japan's EEZ See in context

It's foolish, provocative, insolent. But it's really just for show.

The minute they actually aim one of those things at a real target will be the end of them. They appear to know this, too.

Because they never do.

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Posted in: Clam crowder See in context

Looking more like Human Chowder to me.

Did they camp out to do this?

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Posted in: Do you believe there is intelligent life on other planets? See in context

I think it virtually a certainty. I imagine the shock when we make that realisation though?

For example, how does Christianity's discourse shift with any kind of credibility to accommodate the revelation?

Over the years I have become increasingly interested in the genre of Science Fiction, partly for that fact that it quite often works around this very question. And it is a fascinating one.

Humans may not live long enough to ever find out, though.

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Posted in: Japanese women reveal their ideal kiss scenarios See in context

They may like it, but they need to practice it a bit more. Joozu Janai.

I have, however, always been willing to overlook this in light of their other 'talents'.


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Posted in: Japan sees record employment for university graduates amid labor shortage See in context

Do they really know what they are getting themselves in for?

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Posted in: Trump seals $110 billion arms deal with Saudi Arabia See in context

Toasted Heretic

Millions have been conditioned not to question the hypocrisy and double standards.

Beautifully put. To the point where they can flaunt it as fragrantly as this, and it gets lauded by the media and blinkered masses who simply cannot see the forest for the trees. It's quite astonishing, really.

It's simply hard to believe that they get away with it.

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Posted in: Trump seals $110 billion arms deal with Saudi Arabia See in context

America: Bringing weapons of death and destruction to a location near you.

This is disgusting. The US peddle their machines of war, and then proceed to posture and tell everyone how wonderful it is, what a great deal it is.

It's truly a country with no conscience in my opinion, with no real sense of global responsibility.

Just what the old needs - more arms.


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Posted in: Sanja Festival See in context

That first image is so cool. Looks incredible.

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Posted in: Cabinet OKs bill to allow 1st abdication of emperor in 200 years See in context

200 years ago is pretty recently. What's all the fuss about?

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Posted in: Trump facing a crisis he can't manage with tweet or taunt See in context

As I look to the right of the JT page, 4 of the 5 most popular stories are about Donald Trump.

I don't care about Donald Trump enough to be reading that much about him. And, the problem is, it's ALL ABOUT HIM.

That's not the way things should be with a US President.

Should we take a guess on how long he is going to last?

I say he will be gone before October.

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Posted in: Xi tells LDP's No. 2 man he wants to improve ties with Japan See in context

They used to say, beware Greeks bearing gifts, now I'm not so sure its not the Chinese we need to be wary of with their gift giving

Based on what? Why?

Sounds to me like Xi has invited Nikai to come, which would be good for both China and Japan. That's what good neighbours should be doing.

Where does this lingering mistrust of the Chinese really come from?

How does China deserve it, comparatively speaking?

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