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Posted in: Muslim group warns 'South Park' creators of death See in context

yeah, "If people would respect the sensitivities of others " we would never seen so much trash(and urge for advance taking) over the none-believer in many religion's holly books.

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Posted in: Anti-smoking 'monsters' have smokers on the run See in context

alan cleanly ask you for how long according to your own world

manfromamerica said:

sitting next to a smoker during lunch is NOT risky, so don't exaggerate.

so alan ask:

Sitting next to how many smokers during how many lunches is NOT risky?

i think it simple and direct question but you still can not answer him as direct as he ask you!

If you are always sitting next to smokers, you need to change restaurants, or sit in the non-smoking section.

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Posted in: Somali Islamists ban songs on radio See in context

TumbleDry, i think "Muchakucha" did explain it already above! some quick google also give me similar explanation from many muslim based site. that why i say what i said.

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Posted in: Somali Islamists ban songs on radio See in context

Somalia has a tradition of music and most residents greeted the ban with dismay.

The Islamists frequently assassinate those who defy them or carry out Shariah-based punishments like amputating limbs.

lol, see how lovely islam can be. do they care if there will be minority non-muslim living there? let the peace lover answer that.

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Posted in: Sharp, Microsoft develop smartphones See in context

i have no idea on its OS because i have never used it yet. so i will not attempt to criticize the OS. but the look from what i see, i've got to admit that the first one on the left look really ugly. even i am not a mac fan, and i don't like mac monopoly, but this kind of product design will and can never beat iphone for sure.

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Posted in: Right-wingers vow to block release of 'The Cove' in Japan See in context

some people really afraid of the truth, but not afraid to do it(in the dark).

they

demanding that the gory portrayal of dolphin hunting in Japan not be shown in the country.

but then

urging the Japanese to “be angry.”

why not think that the documentary help promote your tradition then let the viewer decide rather than blind them, then ask for their action which i am wondering. will it be based on...what? base on the information people has never receive?

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Posted in: What do you think about the Blu-ray disc format? See in context

i will probably never get a standalone blue-ray player/recorder. i might possible get it when it come with my next tv or computer. but if i have a choices i don't see a reason why i want it.

i prefer portable hard-drive for backup and carry around. with internet speed that get faster and faster today, i buy/download hi-definition movies online rather than buy/rent a dish.

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Posted in: Neither side willing to compromise in Thailand after deadly clashes See in context

i was in that country during Thaksin in power. I think, it is not as easy as many think. "just give them election" will not just work! at less for this time.

we have seen election just over a year ago and the winner didn't win it that much. Then they try to bring back Thaksin. and they end up being in trouble them-self because that upset the anti-corruption portion of the country and the opposition parties also keep bringing in all available law to deal with every PM candidate for the past corruption and vote buying cases. which was very truth and very effective tool to deal with thaksin and his people. every one in that country know how corrupt thaksin government was. it was just onone can do a thing when thaksin and his people in power. thaksin was the law himself (with unlimited supply of money). it ended up that a small group of parliamentary representative from thaksin's camp switched the side. and a small group is enough to bring down pro-thaksin government.

when the anti-thaksin won the first round, now we see the pro-thaksin come to town asking for their right.

if the anti-thaksin government step down, we will see pro-thaksin celebrate for a while and they will try to bring thaksin back to rob the country again. next we will see anti-thaksin back to town doing just about the same thing as we see today.

yes, Thaksin got a lot of populist programs like cheap medical care, loans and other financial breaks. which brought in a lot of support from the north and northeast. it sound good too, but if you see it in detail, you will find that the bid winner in "all" of those good government project ended up being taken control and managed by either thaksin family, thaksin and friends business until some people couldn't take it any more that was the begining of anti-thaksin campaign when I was there.

it will always be those gain and loose. and thais act just like what the word thai really mean that why all of their government can please only their own divisions, not the country as one.

election won't help any more until some consensus on how democracy should work has been sat and most importantly "agree" by both side then the parliament can lead the country as a country. Not thaksin's country or anti-thaksin's country.

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Posted in: X Japan to make U.S. debut at Lollapalooza in August See in context

lot better than SMAP and-or many nu-mental can. i just don't like the hair spray and make up, but their works are as good as any world class progressive metal can offer.

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Posted in: Afghan leader Karzai threatens to join Taliban See in context

he will either 1.join with the taliban, 2.get kill by the taliban or 3.flee the country because of the taliban, after the international security force leave his country. soon or later it will happen. why wasting time and money there.

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Posted in: Dubai jail sentence upheld for UK kissing couple See in context

sorry for the couples. now people, learn the reason. know where you go and act accordingly base on the local culture and rule. me for one, i will never go vacation in any Muslim dominated country. i know i can never understand, respect or even care those culture and rule.

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Posted in: Which is more useful, a guidebook or a travel app? See in context

i depend on apps and technology before go, but still guidebook can come in to handy anywhere during the trip. book need no battery to run after all.

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Posted in: Afghan president blames U.N., international community for vote fraud See in context

accusing UN and international community of "trying to weaken his authority"?

wow! why anyone have to try to weaken his power? he doesn't even have such thing as power over his own country yet!

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Posted in: IPad could be Kindle's first big threat in e-books See in context

The iPad starts at $499, but with the higher price comes more functions: a color touch screen for downloading books from Apple’s new iBookstore, surfing the Web, playing videos and games and more.

yeah and it come with glossy screen. try to read text on glossy screen for an hour you will know what it like! it hurt eyes and it hurt bad when the hour grow.

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Posted in: Protection for 2 shark species fails at U.N. meeting See in context

Japan, which successfully campaigned against an export ban on Atlantic bluefin tuna and regulations on the coral trade, led the opposition to the hammerhead and oceanic whitetip shark proposal at CITES.

now we see japan and china kissing each other asses help one another get the vote number they want. what a lovely couple.

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Posted in: Google, Yahoo criticize Australian Internet filter See in context

had Stephen Conroy been educated in china? if he wasn't then he act like one!

covering your eyes doesn't make the problem go away.

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Posted in: China media accuse Google of violating promises See in context

read the other news site, they said

Google pulled out of China today after discovering that the Chinese government had been censoring the search results of its world-famous search engine. "When you typed 'human rights' you'd get 'Did you mean hunan rice?'" said Google spokesperson Tracy Klugian. "For us that, was the last straw."

and

if you Googled 'wanton censorship' in China, you'd get, 'Did you mean wonton sesame shrimp?

that was funny, that tell how much the communist government give to the level of intelligence of average Chinese in china.

that is a real insulting from the communist government to its own citizen right there!

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Posted in: Japan leading charge against bluefin ban See in context

“If necessary, let’s stop fishing using ICCAT measures. Then everyone must give up the fishing. But here, it is very unfair.”

yeah if the local there need to stop fishing for local consumption, it will very very unfair for them.

i don't see what a problem for the countries around Atlantic and Mediterranean to catch it for local consumption, "but still need to be under limited number which i sure they will have to set it up."

why do Miyahara seem so worry about that? or this guy just worry that the local over there will still be able to have the fist but japanese can't? come on you take 80% of the world stock for many year already. cut that80% and let the local have the rest20% or even lower that would help the local and the fish.

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Posted in: Culture clash: European art provokes Muslims See in context

TumbleDry

The cartoons where insulting and are reflecting an amalgamation. Mulsim=terrorist. That is not true.

read my post well, you see it as insulting, some might see it as freespeech.

Did all Muslims behave bad? It's starts with the words you choose.

yep, the same comment back at you too. it all start with the worlds you choose. they can keep act as they do and the majority can keep look away, and you can also choose to say that they are... whatever you want. thank for free speech that the muslim try to destroy.

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Posted in: Culture clash: European art provokes Muslims See in context

If you don't respect someone, don't expect him to respect you in return.

i do agree, but i know many muslim haven't been taught that. fear is what many of them thing that it will earn them respect.

Your are free to speak and free to insult whoever you want.

now i don't really agree with that. the court is there for people to sue one another for any racial insults. the free world has it system.

to me it is not thing bad for the cartoon. the press is the social best mirror. if the refection is bad needless to blame the mirror. that is what i believe.

if the muslim didn't act as bad as they have done, but they were in fact the nice guy. then some press try to paint them black. it need no muslim to do the action.

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Posted in: Culture clash: European art provokes Muslims See in context

sorry a lot of mis-take above, i click submit too fast.

if you are willing to accept immigrants, therefore different cultures, you should be able to also adapt.

it can be hard to find anyone able to adapt after see what happen to VanGogh! in fact the word "adapt" should go for foreigner such as us in japan.

Now what I read in above posts, are rants against Muslims.

i don't think all of them do so. sometime people telling the truth, but some people view it as discrimination. truth should not be view as discrimination.

The caricatures were not constructive. Just p*ssing people off and both side fundamentalists and right-wingers were just happy to exploit it as much as possible. This was just plain stupid. Not because I'm scared of Muslims but because it was completely unnecessary.

if it unnecessary to keep our value, in this case freespeech, then what is necessary to be in a social that believe in it?

it might not be as constructive in your eyes but it is to some that see a need to telling the muslim how stinky their name are right now. and it is a freespeech for some other. the muslims don't like it? make some catoon or film, make fun of the west. well, they did it in some country, and it is totally ok. but definitely not what happen to VanGogh.

they come to the social that believe in freespeech, what are they expecting to see? if they get piss off that easy, will that be any of my problem? if i get piss off equality easy, will that be any of their problem? if it isn't illegal why do anyone have to take it too serious? if they can not understand this simple idea why did they bother to leave home?

i don't think people should limit their right specially in their home country just because the muslim doesn't like it.

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Posted in: Culture clash: European art provokes Muslims See in context

if you are willing to accept immigrants, therefore different cultures, you should be able to also adapt.

it can be hard to find anyone able to adapt after see what happen to VanGogh! in fact the word "adapt" should go for foreigner such as us in japan.

Now what I read in above posts, are rants against Muslims. i don't think all of them do so. sometime people telling the truth, but some people view it as discrimination. truth should not be view as discrimination.

The caricatures were not constructive. Just p*ssing people off and both side fundamentalists and right-wingers were just happy to exploit it as much as possible. This was just plain stupid. Not because I'm scared of Muslims but because it was completely unnecessary. if it unnecessary to keep our value, in this case freespeech, then what is necessary to be in a social that believe in it?

it might not be as constructive in your eyes but it is to some that see a need to telling the muslim how stinky their name are right now. and it is a freespeech for some other. the muslims don't like it? make some catoon or film, make fun of the west. well, they did it in some country, and it is totally ok. but definitely not what happen to VanGogh.

they come to the social that believe in freespeech, what are they expecting to see? if they get piss off that easy, will that be any of my problem? if i get piss off equality easy, will that be any of their problem? if it isn't illegal why do anyone have to take it too serious? if they can not understand this simple idea why did they bother to leave home?

i don't think people shouldn't limit their right specially in their home country just because the muslim doesn't like it.

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Posted in: Culture clash: European art provokes Muslims See in context

yeah, stop throw fuel on the fire, NOW! ban all of those offensive artwork and writing material as the Muslim asking for. well, don't forget to ban the printing of Koran too, ban some part of it would work too. it is a lot of discrimination writing and a lot of call for revenge and violence to the non-muslimm in that book.

why help keep the free speech work only when it favor the muslim? if they can not stand some expression, how could we?

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Posted in: Gunmen target U.S. aid group in Pakistan, killing 5 See in context

it is a shame attacking aid group. how a group of people that work for a better living standards for Muslims cold be seen as some thing against islam? i hope some highly respective Muslim leader will fatwa condemns the terrorist act.

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Posted in: More than 200 dead in religious violence in Nigeria See in context

Nigeria and many more country in Africa can already do very well on the massacre and humanright record without a helping hand from religions.

now we add 2 of the 3 most retarded religion in the world, Muslim and Christian into that region, we will get something out of Hollywood action movie!

it won't be long before we see the christian start their love campaign by killing the peace lover Muslim in an equally gruesome number. it won't be long!

some time i really wonder how mankind could be originated from that continent and still survive till today. we should have kill off our kind to the point of extinction look ago!

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Posted in: Banking with the dinosaurs See in context

ha ha non-24H ATM machine! it getting better now a day because we got 24H machine in most convenience stores. but it still can be very complicate thing to do to get 24H, 7days a week operation time for the machine infront of every bank in tokyo. let give them another 10 years. may be they will able to catch on.

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Posted in: Palestinian president warns of 'religious war' See in context

wow! the way the peace lover expressing for something they disagree is "WAR".

well, no surprise.

anyway all religion came from that part of the hell always at war with one another, why serious?

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Posted in: Toyota chief apologizes over recalls, accidents in House testimony See in context

Rep Paul Kanjorski

we had a great deal of faith in something that was stamped ‘Made in Japan.’”

and this is the real MADE IN JAPAN's answers.

Rep Elijah Cummings, He asked why Americans “should pay hard-earned money on a Toyota in hard economic times?”

"I sincerely regret that some people actually encountered accidents in their vehicles," said Toyoda.

Rep. Brian Bilbray, R-Calif., asked Toyoda whether U.S. regulators should require automakers to report all defects throughout the globe.

Toyoda gave a lengthy response through his translator, promising to "minimize those troubles," Bilbray became flustered.

Rep. Brian Bilbray, "In all fairness, I'd just like a yes or no,"

Toyoda quickly said through the translator that the company would "extend full cooperation."

Bilbray shot back, "We'll take that as a yes."!!

ha ha! give them tough questions or even not tough one, they can always manage to answer you something that has nothing to do with what you ask. it certainly is another made in japan culture you should put your faith on Rep Paul Kanjorski and anyone out there that believe so much on the word "Made in Japan"

hopefully he didn't do the teary-eyed, as many have done to win sympathy in Japan.

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Posted in: Nigerian man indicted in plot to blow up plane See in context

by injecting chemicals into a package of pentrite explosive concealed in his underwear, authorities say. The failed attack caused popping sounds and flames that passengers and crew rushed to extinguish.

wow, explosive went wrong in underwear. i wonder how much damage would cause to whatever inside the underwear of the peace lover when the flames shot-out.

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Posted in: Japanese whalers clash with Sea Shepherd activists in Antarctic sea See in context

What they are doing is legal whether you like it or not.

i don't like it, many people don't like it. and if people want support sea shephert. it is not illegal whither you like it or not.

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