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@moonbeams2 Are you complaining about complainers complaining AGAIN??!!

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Posted in: The other side of Tokyo's Nigerian community See in context

Oh yeah, I forgot to mention that nearly every person I met from Africa has told me that everyone in Africa hates Nigerians!!!

Hmmm, how does that fit into this discussion.

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Posted in: The other side of Tokyo's Nigerian community See in context

@HumanTarget

I didn't write anywhere that it would be easy. I was making more a comment about having a positive can do attitude as opposed to whinging on how hard life is on Japantoday.

I started a business here with no money and I can't read or write Japanese, I am illiterate, and now I don't have to work. I never complained about how my life sucked. I did something about it. Stepped up on the plate and took a swing.

Just saying that's all.

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Posted in: Japan Coast Guard seizes 2 Chinese boats over illegal fishing See in context

only a foreigner can say that. Japanese are very confident in our nation to defeat anyone, like we easily defeated china and korea before. We will Never give up, it is the fighting Japanese spirit!

Kentaro: Hello!! Japan lost buddy.

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Posted in: The other side of Tokyo's Nigerian community See in context

@bass4funk my comments were in reference to Nigerians in Japan. Of course some kid born in a garbage dump in a third world country can't get a book. That's stating the obvious. Nigerians in Japan can all go to the book store and buy unlimited books for a couple of hundred yen and educate themselves to achieve bigger and better things. This applies to anyone living in Japan. The opportunities are all here. It sounds like you have a chip on your shoulder when you keep complaining about people with privilege looking down. Get over it.

Check out "Timomatic" in youtube. He is Nigerian and he just came third in Australia's Got Talent!! He rocks.

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Posted in: The other side of Tokyo's Nigerian community See in context

A hustler is a hustler no matter where you are or where you are from. Run from the police and you get bashed....lucky he wasn't shot dead as would happen in many countries.

Every human can pick up a book and improve their lot. No excuses.

Gambatte.

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Posted in: Norway killer's manifesto praises Japan for not adopting multiculturalism See in context

In fact drop the Tokyo and you sound like a total cherry about Christianity.

@illsayit I never mentioned anything about Christianity.

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Posted in: Norway killer's manifesto praises Japan for not adopting multiculturalism See in context

I went to school with 100 kids from 80 different countries. It was great. People are taught racism and people are taught multiculturalism. In Australia 50% of the population are either born overseas or their parents were born overseas. And this year the UN rated Australia the best place in the world to live. Sydney is made up of 200 Nationalities of people.

Eat that Breivik.

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Posted in: Aika sings theme song for Hollywood movie 'Ironclad' See in context

In history the castle was kept by 100 men.....not 20!! Impossible.

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Posted in: Some dating advice for guys, girls See in context

How about biting your nails with your ass and farting out your nose???

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Posted in: JR West punished staff with toilet duty, cutting weeds See in context

Once someone tried this on me and I simply said no thank you...so they fired me on the spot. I went home and had a nice relaxing beer.

Small money aint worth being bullied and humiliated.

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Posted in: Lochte shatters Phelps, world record See in context

they should all be made to swim naked and then see who is fastest.

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Posted in: Hong Kong scientists show time travel is impossible See in context

why is it sometimes I know answers before I know the questions? deja vu

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Posted in: Norway suspect says killings were atrocious but necessary See in context

It is as clear as day that guy is a deranged Gamer. The media said he plays WoW and Call of Duty. Obvious.

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Posted in: Norway horror: 91 die in camp shooting, 7 in blast See in context

Sounds like he played computer games.

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Posted in: Last leg of a long journey See in context

I feel so sorry for them.

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Posted in: Cast of Harry Potter sends messages to tsunami victims on flag of Japan See in context

rainman1@ ah....more cynical generalizations

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Posted in: Japan, Australia clash at whaling talks See in context

Maybe Japan should start whaling along its coast traditional style again just like they hunt dolphins.....opps I forgot....they dumped tonnes of nuclear waste in the water!!!

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Posted in: Japan, Australia clash at whaling talks See in context

Australia in the past hunted whales to the brink of extinction until it realized the errors of its ways. In 1962 it was estimated that there was only 200-500 Humback whales left in Australian waters. We had effectively wiped them out. Hence it stopped whaling and has done everything it can to protect whales ever since. Australia was incredibly stupid and selfish. This is the reason why everyone is so indignant today about Japanese hunting whales near its shores.

Australia made a massive environmental mistake but now is doing everything it can to rectify that. Japan seems to ignore its mistake and is stubbornly intent on hunting these whales.

The central flaw in Japan's argument is that what if every country on earth decided to follow their lead and hunt whales near Australia for scientific purposes. Imagine India, China, Brazil, and Russia sending fleets down there too!!! Imagine if 20 countries set 900 whale quotas for "scientific research" and hunted with the same sense of entitlement. All the whales would be gone in a heartbeat. This is what the moratorium aims to prevent. It is glaringly obvious.

Basically Japan is greedy and selfish, pure and simple.

The fact that the Japanese government berates Australia for not protecting their whaling fleet is narcissism at its finest.

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Posted in: Japan experts and opinion leaders! Start contributing actively to the debate on Japan Today now! See in context

I hear.....Huffington Post mark 2!! why don't you pay bloggers???

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