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Posted in: Osaka man turns himself in over death of baby daughter See in context

@RealityTV japan has a lower infant mortality rate than the usa https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/rankorder/2091rank.html.

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Posted in: Europe should be grateful for spying, say U.S. lawmakers See in context

and where is the governments gratitude at this chaps selfless act of testing there security system and helping to keep them safe http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-24712214

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Posted in: United fights back; Suarez slays West Brom See in context

Hopefully the consistency will return and the MU team can start winning more convincingly.

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Posted in: U.S. hit by new spying row amid anger in France, Mexico See in context

Love the latest revelations about the US government bugging the French embassy and the UN, way to go to keep your friends and allies on your side .

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Posted in: United stumbles again, Arsenal keeps flying See in context

As a manc born and bred l am finding the start to the season very depressing . It appears that Mr Moyes has yet to adjust his thinking from Everton (11 points from 8 games thats nearly a third of the way to safety) to Uniteds we dont loose or dropping points against teams of that calibre . Still we have had a good run although he will have real problems if as seems unlikely we fail to qualify for Europe .Oh and Falseflagsteve l have no intention of abandoning my team we had bad times in the 70's and came through them and will do so again .

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Posted in: Britain to build Europe's first nuclear plant since Fukushima disaster See in context

curious to know what it is we brits dont get about it.Is it the joy of having a potential enviramental disaster on our front door steps or is it the inner peace that comes from knowing that for the next 30/40 years we are paying twice the present market rate for the electricity it will be producing in subsudies to the company that is building it (plus they will also be charging the consumers as well) as a sweetner so they will shell out the initial costs. Costs which it claims are much to prohibitive for the government to build it self in the present ecconomic climate.

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Posted in: Treve wins Arc de Triomphe See in context

Orfevre unlucky to run into an absolute tarter , would have won most arc's in the last 15 years with his performance in second but the winner is a real super star in the making .

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Posted in: Rooney returns to sink Palace; Everton stun Mourinho See in context

jimizo yep it was a penalty thats what the ref awarded ,whether it should have been is a different argument though .

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Posted in: Death row inmate hanged; 6th execution since Abe became PM See in context

So presumably all those in favour of the death penalty would also support the execution of police ,jury and judiciary in those cases where the state kills some one who then later turns out to be innocent, as they them selves are now guilty of murder and should be subject to the same law .

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Posted in: Man goes on supermarket rampage See in context

Hmmm wannabe cereal killer ?

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Posted in: Kagawa vows to fight for his place at United See in context

Moyes is looking very unsure and out of his depth at the moment a bit like a rabbit caught in the head lights. I only hope he and the team improve before we play man city, to lose to them as well as to the scousers would be gutting.

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Posted in: Entertainment world leads outcry against Russia's anti-gay legislation See in context

@JeanValJean l not quite sure how protesting for the basic human rights to live my life safely and without fear of persecution or violence makes me the equivalent a lslamic terrorist .

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Posted in: Qatar hits back at English FA over hosting World Cup See in context

Very interesting that Sepps lap dog Jim boyce has come out and said that common sense needs to come to the fore and in the interests of the game a sensible discision needs to be made ,criteria that perhaps should have been applied before giving Qatar the world cup which at the time was to be played in the summer as is traditional .

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Posted in: Entertainment world leads outcry against Russia's anti-gay legislation See in context

Boycotting the games will achieve very little and is unfair to the athletes who have worked and trained hard to get there .However the international gay comunity boycotting russian goods and services may have much more impact and will directly effect the russian economy in a way that Putinmay find harder to ignore .

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Posted in: Qatar hits back at English FA over hosting World Cup See in context

Its accademic any way blatter has implied that it will be moved to winter so it will be moved to winter .However there is the distinct possibility that European teams as is their right will not release players to play in it if it is moved to winter and threatens to disrupt their leagues .

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Posted in: Twitter faces calls in Britain to get tough on online abuse See in context

Two arrests already and more to come hopefully.Twitters initial response was laughable and half hearted .

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Posted in: Hideki Matsuyama gets penalty for slow play at British Open See in context

shameful decision by the R and A, @ cornbread1 l agree with you completely .

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Posted in: Matsuyama takes on mantle as Asia's new golf star See in context

Epic effort at Merion only hope that he carries the improvement forward . From what l have seen he will win one of the big ones at some point .

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Posted in: Italy rallies from 2-0 down to beat Japan 4-3 in Confederations Cup See in context

an excellent match and japan desperately unlucky not to get the draw .

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Posted in: Court invalidates Y4.8 mil bill after teen takes dad's credit card on tour of hostess clubs See in context

what has happened to the credit card company monitering unusual spending patterns. last year l tried to make a purchase on my partners and l joint card for about £2200 the transaction was declined and within 10 mins we had aphone call from the company asking for verification that we were the ones using it an excellent system that stops little mishaps like that occuring .

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Posted in: Japanese rider killed in Isle of Man qualifying session See in context

a sad loss my thoughts go out to his family at this terrible time.

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Posted in: 150,000 protest in Paris against gay marriage See in context

waste of time protesting its already signed into law except it and move on .

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Posted in: British newspapers demand jailing of Islamist preacher See in context

l find it interesting that there has not been the usual knee jerk carpet biting vitriol about this barbaric and disgusting event just genuine shock and sadness and a slow understated anger starting to swell up . I would not be suprised if at last we decided to start taking a much more robust and hands on approach to fundamentalism .

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Posted in: Psychiatric patient dies after being assaulted by male nurse See in context

As some one who has worked with elderly psychiatric patients for about 26 years there is no excuse for the nurses behaviour . When a patient becomes abusive or aggressive you turn round and walk away to allow you both to calm down you would also use the chance to ask collegues for help and assistance . Yes at times especially at the end of a very long shift they can become very frustrating and annoying but you have to remember it is not personal ,it is part of their medical condition and they are confused and frightened so you step back take a deep breath and try different approaches with them unlike with genral nursing the most important skill you will have on the psychiatric side is your ability to form theraputic relationships with your patient and while yes l can understand and appreciate how the nurse felt there is still no excuse for his actions .

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Posted in: Police ignore complaint from man who stabs neighbor See in context

@rikyvee l do think that the police are responsible in part in this case when you have some one turning up complaining in a delusional manner surely it is worth a closer look .

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Posted in: 'Coronation Street' star William Roache, 81, on rape charge in UK See in context

considering the amount of personalities being arrested its amazing that auntie beeb managed to produce any programs at all in the 60's and 70's as most of their stars appeared to have spent the time molesting kiddies and teenagers

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