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Posted in: Hiroyuki Sanada to appear in final season of 'Lost' See in context

Hurray for a true Japanese period actor! He's been famous in Japan for samurai films even before the Last Samurai. Now, maybe people in the US and other broadcasting countries can appreciate his qualities too.

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Posted in: 2-color ballpoint pens See in context

LOL ...they forgot to write about the shipping and handling fee.

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Posted in: American father arrested in Japan had asked Tennessee court for help See in context

OK, so he loves his children very much. I wonder what kind of a husband he was. I wonder if he knew of the Japanese law. He wanted his kids but minus the wife. Yeah, he's worth our rallied support. Everybody stand up for this guy.

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Posted in: Keanu Reeves goes way of the samurai in '47 Ronin' See in context

Cool!

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Posted in: Where is Obama's change we can believe in? See in context

Are you kidding me?? He is not even in office yet.

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Posted in: Cinderella rings See in context

The link opened when I tried it... Try this one then... http://jewelry.citizen.co.jp/mrg/cdl/lineup.html

I like the marketable, yet endearing concept ...but I can't identify any Cinderella motifs in the designs!?!?

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Posted in: Homeless man See in context

Homelessness is a worthy subject for discussion ...but she is NOT looking at him! By looking at the pavement, she is almost 3 feet in front of him and she would have to be turning her head backward to be looking at him. She is looking at the white paper on the ground.

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Posted in: Honda to start making Accords at Alabama factory See in context

Very helpful to the US economy as tens of thousands have lost their jobs in recent times. American automakers should think similarly and stop running their factories in Mexico and move them back into the US.

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Posted in: Toymaker Tomy expanding in China See in context

Great business move! More Japanese corporations should take advantage of the changing times.

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Posted in: Morgan Stanley gets $9 bil Mitsubishi UFJ lifeline See in context

Sounds like the deal was handled responsibly. However, I am not sure if it's a good idea to simply buy more banks with the 9 billion dollars. I am no investment or economy expert, but if it were up to me, I would do some serious evaluation and re-organize the corporation. It's better to adjust some of the corporate objectives in light of the financial times, rather than "buy! buy! buy!". Sounds like the greed is still there.

Another skeptical commentary: If Uncle Sam can be trillions of dollars in debt and still function, why wouldn't the the investment banks think that they can pull it off too??

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Posted in: Best Dressed Eyes See in context

It WOULD be nice if I can actually see their eyes. ???

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Posted in: New Nintendo DS portable will come with camera See in context

Wow! Imagine what the game developers can do with a camera! ..Hopefully working quickly.

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Posted in: Skype admits China privacy breach See in context

Wow quite scary.

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Posted in: Biden, Palin spar over Iraq, economy in debate See in context

I think that Biden could have crushed Palin and humilated her, but he was very kind and generous. His mannerisms showed it. But if he DID crush her, my point here is... ultimately, she might win more people over to herself. "Oh! She is so かわいそ~~!!"

On a different note, McCain is not the that much of "maverick" compared with Bush (chuckle). McCain is the intentional maverick and Bush is the unintentional maverick. I don't mean to be be insulting here ...I am just being a little silly having some fun as I wait for my flight in Narita hanging out at the Yahoo Japan Internet Cafe.

On a serious note, what the current situations of America and the world needs is NOT a "maverick". How much of mess can we allow to happen?? ...The word of the cyber-moment here is: "haphazard"! I think if people can't see that, they might have serious denial issues (intellectual dishonesty?!?!). ...It's very clear to ME. What America and the world needs is a President who will see things as it is and make the best decisions accordingly in a-partisanship. This may be impossible. But I DO think one candidate is closer to filling that description more than the other. I write these words on the wall of cyber space... Objectivity... Judgment... Decisivenss... Character...

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Posted in: Edo era firearms See in context

Very well said, Nandakandaamanda! I also enjoy Japanese history too. :-)

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Posted in: How difficult or easy is Japanese to learn, compared to other languages? See in context

...and "ahhh" ...and "hmn?" ...and "un"

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Posted in: How difficult or easy is Japanese to learn, compared to other languages? See in context

My father speaks Japanese and Mandarin and he says that... Mandarin is more difficult in the beginning, while Japanese is more difficult in the advance levels. Bong! ...enlightenment.

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Posted in: Shinjuku park See in context

Looks like they are thinking or talking ...it's not a picture of what we normally see in magazines.

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Posted in: Slumping U.S. market hurts Japanese automakers See in context

Does anybody know how many Toyota's in the US are actually manufactured in US factories? Another interesting question is: Does anybody know how many of the GM cars are manufactured in Mexico?

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Posted in: More remote computing action See in context

this also allows for remote control of the desktop, although we have no idea why anyone would do that rather than just walk into the next room and sit down at the desk.

It would be convenient to access the desktop when applications are going through processes like printing, downloading, or virus scans.

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Posted in: What do you think of American swimmer Michael Phelps' long victory yell after he wins a race? See in context

A silly question like this one deserves to get people's thoughts more than a victory yell. (chuckle).

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Posted in: What do you think of American swimmer Michael Phelps' long victory yell after he wins a race? See in context

I'd say there's nothing wrong with the yelling. Anybody who has been in competitive sports will know that there is a lot of energy involved and it just shows whole-hearted exhilaration.

I grunt (unintentionally) when I hit the ball in softball or when when I sometimes swat the ball away at my opponent's shot playing basketball.

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