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Posted in: Why I hate driving in Japan See in context

This is most apparent on expressways, when they drive right up your rear to try and bully you into moving over.

Then get over and stop slowing traffic.

People that think the passing lane is just a regular lane they can tool along in just because they want to really irk me.

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Posted in: White Americans no longer a majority by 2042 See in context

This article is only important to those who have a preoccupation with race (ie. Liberals and the Democrat party).

But it was important enough for you to post, wasn't it?

I guess Republicans are only preoccupied with race when they're trying to suppress the minority vote?

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Posted in: U.S. has 'ramen moment' as chefs, foodies embrace Japan's beloved comfort food See in context

Seriously where do you get your facts? That statement is just soooo not true.

Try starting with the nutrition label on any bowl of instant noodles.

That statement is soooooo true.

Instant noodles are garbage.

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Posted in: Women boxers See in context

They could have at least had their shorts pressed.

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Posted in: Police search See in context

Calling the police who do not follow the legal codes "criminal" may be viewed by many as too argumentative. But what other word can we use to describe police who do not follow the established procedure for law enforcement...?

Illegal, unlawful, felonious . . . They all mean the same thing and are applicable. When you break the law, it is a criminal act.

I'm just curious whether or not those that have no problem with unwarranted searches of their person would object to the same searches of their homes.

After all, they have nothing to hide. Shouldn't be a big deal, right?

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Posted in: Police search See in context

Good point Cleo. I concur. Also, being hassled or searched by the police -- if it happens -- is the price we have to pay for increased public security in this day and age. That's just a fact of life.

No, unwarranted search and seizure is not necessary for increased public security.

If living in a police state is necessary for your own personal sense of security, move to a less civilized nation where that’s the norm and live it up.

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Posted in: Police search See in context

white rabbit - nice shot.

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Posted in: What do you think of the new Japan Today design? See in context

Blech.

As Nessie said . . .

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