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Posted in: Dolphin activist Ric O'Barry won't swim off into the sunset See in context

The film "The Cove" evoked a learning of an aspect of dolphins I learned in the USMC. This being that when men are in the water (due to torpedo or other) when dolphins were present, shark attacks ceased. Why slaughter a benevolent creature that has saved so many human lives? This is just my humble opinion, I am NOT seeking to coerce anyone to agree, so please hold off a text attack.

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Posted in: The Complete Guide to Fake Toys See in context

I agree with presto, during my time in the service I recall stories of those stationed in Japan in the '70's, by their account Japanese electronics were reaching such heights of technology they couldn't be beat. I myself have 'old guard' Onkyo audio gear that has stood the test of time (and several moves) without missing a beat. These days however it seems even Japan is outsourceing in order to compete in the consumer market. I wouldn't mind paying the extra dollars for quality made in Japan gear these days when my buget is more open than the '70's :-)

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Posted in: N Korea calls for Japanese apology, reparations for colonial rule See in context

....but then again, As Lewis Black puts it, "North Korea's the county that the monkeys from The Wizard of Oz came from."

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Posted in: N Korea calls for Japanese apology, reparations for colonial rule See in context

From another artile on JapanToday "Korean atomic-bomb survivors and Korean victims of air raids on Tokyo" Are they are demanding (in part) repirations from the Japanese for American bombing raids?!? hmmm Firstly, imho post war repirations in Europe following WW1 didn't turn out so well for those interested parties and demand of money from Peter when Paul did the deed, seems deluded to me.

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