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Posted in: Gloom, anger spreads as European economies teeter See in context

This is what socialism leads to: take note America.

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Posted in: Anna Tsuchiya: 'No one could kill someone who looked like me' See in context

She looks thinner than Victoria Beckham, yeuchh. Oh, and she sounds about as intelligent too.

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Posted in: 17-year-old boy stabs 14-year-old sister to death at home See in context

The Japanese male ego is a very fragile thing...

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Posted in: Crowe and arrow See in context

"Crowe, 46, who was last in Japan in 2002, said he spent seven hours just walking about the streets of Tokyo on Tuesday, ..."

Sounds like most gaijin in Tokyo.

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Posted in: Obama says U.S. will defend South Korea See in context

Ever since the US Congress shamelessly voted to cut off continued funding and military support for South Vietnam in 1975 after it had given assurances it would always support them, these "reassurances" by Uncle Sam are almost worthless.

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Posted in: Attack is North Korean bid for attention See in context

China is to blame for all this: if it wasn't for them there wouldn't even be a N. Korea today.

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Posted in: Woman held for abandoning baby in toilet in Tokyo apartment block See in context

Why isn't she being charged with murder??

Moderator: Because the cause of the infant's death is yet to be determined.

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Posted in: UK imposes new permanent immigration quota See in context

Too late Britain, that horse bolted years ago.

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Posted in: 'Space Battleship Yamato' blasts off See in context

@nutsagain:

Spot on there. The Japanese took such pride in W.W.II in this obsolete behemoth that you can't help but think there is some stubborn nationalistic pride in "resurrecting" it in this postwar manga. The fact that it was sent to the bottom by 40 US Navy planes and was USELESS in W.W.II seems to be something they are in denial about.

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Posted in: Sweden to issue international arrest warrant for WikiLeaks founder See in context

Get him. Disgraceful man.

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Posted in: Irish head toward bailout; Portugal next in line? See in context

True capitalism would get the world out of this hole, but the one world globalists, socialists and statists won't allow this as it threatens their government-mandated gravy trains.

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Posted in: Liberal Dutch marijuana policy takes another hit See in context

About time too. Hopefully the world is turning more conservative with regard to social mores, after all the damage inflicted on the West since 1960s radicalism.

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Posted in: 'Space Battleship Yamato' blasts off See in context

So let me get this straight, a W.W.II battleship that represented the interests of one of the most brutal military regimes in history and that was thankfully sent to the bottom of the Pacific by the US Navy in 1945 is, in the year 2199, flying in space??

Lame ...

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Posted in: McDonald's Pokemon calendar See in context

Is there also a Guinness record for the number of obese kids McDonalds have created?

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Posted in: Police find man who mailed war bones to Japanese consulate in New York See in context

Legitimate war trophies imo. But only if you actually fought there...

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Posted in: Yukina Kinoshita dispenses marriage advice See in context

It seems Yukina Kinoshita has also dispensed with eating.

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Posted in: House Democrats keep Pelosi as their leader See in context

Tiresome woman, hasn't she done enough damage already?

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Posted in: Matsumoto Castle See in context

Another identikit Japanese castle, built in the 1950s and with a fully working elevator.

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Posted in: Man in possession of marijuana locks himself in car in Ginza See in context

I see the state thugs are at it again, gotta get their cut somewhow right?

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Posted in: Police find man who mailed war bones to Japanese consulate in New York See in context

He was probably worried about being cursed...

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Posted in: Low-calorie sliced bread See in context

That stuff in plastic bags isn't fit to be called bread.

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Posted in: After The Beatles, who remains an iTunes holdout? See in context

By the way, I haven't bought a CD since the 90s and I have NEVEr used itunes. But I have a massive library of music on my pc.

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Posted in: After The Beatles, who remains an iTunes holdout? See in context

tkoind2:

No sympathy whatsoever. he internet and file sharing is here - deal with it. Come up with a business model for the 21st century instead of the old rip-off 20th century one.

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Posted in: European officials: No bailout yet for Ireland See in context

If Europe cut its bloated welfare budgets then it would help.

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Posted in: Scanners and pat-downs upset airline passengers in U.S. See in context

Nothing to see here folks, move along and quit yer whining.

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Posted in: Woman arrested for using spray on bus passengers in Chiba See in context

Why do people make such a big deal about using cell phones on buses, trains etc.? It's no worse than hearing people jabbering with each other.

Good on this woman; she wasn't going to be intimidated and thos epeople will think twice before they butt in again in somebody else's private conversation.

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Posted in: After The Beatles, who remains an iTunes holdout? See in context

Why buy this stuff when you can get it for free?

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Posted in: Welders detained after Shanghai high-rise fire kills 53 See in context

Just shows how lapse the Chinese are about safety, quality control and construction standards. A lot of the skyscrapers over there are actually very jerry-built.

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Posted in: UK armed forces chief: West cannot defeat al-Qaida See in context

The Brits have consistently run away from fights since their inane generalship in W.W.I cost them heavy casualties. This is just the latest example of how gutless and irrelevant that country has become.

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Posted in: Hiroshima not shy about its atomic bomb legacy See in context

The A bombs were 100% justified and Japan still got off lightly in my view. If the Japanese had won the war do any of you think Asia would be a particularly nice place to be today? Sheesh...

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