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Posted in: Nailed again See in context

A Male Nail Queen (King)?

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Posted in: Bull's-eye See in context

Awesome photo! perfect timing.

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Posted in: Forevermark See in context

Good thing they placed her on a pedastal, otherwise she would look like a child next to the rest of those giraffs.

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Posted in: Harajuku style See in context

I'd only want to be seen in public with numbers 7 and 8. The rest just look like they are trying too hard. This is not the models fault though, I blame the designers.

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Posted in: Keep searching See in context

Looks more like a chef or cook who lost something and is looking for it to me.

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Posted in: Campaign girl See in context

Monkeys,

No doubt, I thought the same thing when her "Noise Wagon" passed me by in Shibuya. I've heard a lot of rolling political advertisements in my time, but hers has been the loudest by far. Definitely in the hearing-damage range.

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Posted in: On sale See in context

It's Shibuya, enough said. Dressing like a clown is pretty much the norm for a lot of people in Shibuya. (And the worse part of all is that clowns terrify me...)

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Posted in: Two policemen knifed in Sasebo See in context

I wonder of the cops identified themselves as policemen?

Obvioulsy, the guy they stopped has a few loose screws, but I also wonder if he knew he was attacking two cops. Or quite possibly, in his mind, he may have been "defending himself" from two strangers.

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Posted in: Actor-director Kevin Smith ejected from plane for being oversized See in context

The slob is only after free publicity. He always does these kinds of things when he has a new movie coming out.

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Posted in: Kokubo out See in context

It really amuses me when people like Kokubo-san (and most all other snowboarders) are said to be "free spirits" that are only trying to "express themselves". Yet, the are all doing it in the the same exact manner.

How much of a "rebel" are you if you are part of a herd?

I'm glad he face planted it. Once he has some time to think about it (and when he knows a camera is not on him, so he won't be trying to look/act cool) I think the realization will set in that HE BLEW IT AT THE OLYMPICS.

This will hopefully cause him to pause and reflect and redouble his efforts to come back next time to win the gold.

Humble pie is good for you.

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Posted in: Do you support damages suits filed by former smokers who argue they have developed health problems, including lung cancer, because tobacco companies sold them cigarettes? See in context

Cigarettes are foul.

I cannot image for a minute that when a person smokes for the first time the horrible taste and coughing and choking that result do not give them at least some sort of clue that the things are bad for you.

People must take responsibility for their actions.

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Posted in: Erika Sawajiri gives up studying for Spanish nightlife See in context

How on Earth can this be considered Feature News? A celebrity gossip column would be a better fit.

Moderator: That's exactly what it is. It's from Shukan Post and not meant to be anything else.

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Posted in: The Year of No Money in Tokyo See in context

Don't judge a book by its reviewer.

I bought the Kindle version of this book yesterday and have not been able to put it down since.

It's raw, self-absorbed, and sterotypical in a sense, but it's also VERY well written. The author has a very effective command of the language and as a result the book is utterly engrossing. (At least to me)

I've been in Japan for 10'ish years myself, and can relate to a lot of what the author writes about. (Not so much the not having any money part, but more on the interpersonal relations in Japan)

This is one of the more entertaining books I have read in some time.

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Posted in: Anti-base rally See in context

Okinawas first order of business: Complain about the US Military until they all get sent back to America.

Okinawas second order of business: Complain about how sending all the Americans home ruined their businesses.

I agree that Okinawa does bear an disproportionate burden, BUT, I also hate it when they cite crime statistics of U.S. personnel, but always "forget" to compare those same statistics to the crimes commited by Okinawans themselves.

Messy situation all around. The U.S. has been empire building for far too long, and in the end the only thing that will stop it is when America can no longer afford to police the world. The U.S. is going down the same road that ruined Rome.

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Posted in: Embracing the Japanese aesthetic See in context

Beautiful. Clean. Elegant.

One of the best Picture Of The Day photos I have seen here in a long time.

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Posted in: Beauties for a cause See in context

Here's an idea that could save Japan untold amounts of energy:

Move all the clocks ahead by 4 hours. For a country that starts work late (9:00-10:00) it's pretty funny that the sun starts coming up at 5:00. Thats at least 4 hours of wasted daylight, AND an extra 4 hours that they have to light up places like Ginza, Shibuya, and Shinjuku each night.

Think of the energy savings and resulted CO2 emissions reductions if those lights were turned off for 4 more hours each day.

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Posted in: Manga men See in context

Isn't reading the whole thing without buying it the same thing as shoplifting?

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Posted in: Cop caught taking up-skirt videos during anti-pervert campaign See in context

You can't make this stuff up! The J-Cops never fail to dissapoint.

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Posted in: Halloween parade See in context

This is beyond cute. :)

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Posted in: Kyoko Uchida announces she's pregnant See in context

Must be a really slow day for this to be considered "newsworthy".

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Posted in: Japan catches 59 whales off Kushiro See in context

Wow, that's a lot of "research"...

What a crock. Why can't Japan just Man-Up and admit that they are hunting for meat, not "research"? The real tragedy is that the demand for whale meat continues to drop, yet the "reasearch" continues as strong as ever.

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Posted in: Father unhappy over golfer Riko Higashio's engagement to actor Junichi Ishida  See in context

Is this news? Does anyone really care? Let her make her own mistakes, maybe she will learn something from it.

Personally, I think she sees the imminent end to her pro golf career and is looking for some security. Too bad she can't seem to see that Ishida is anothing more than a lounge lizard in search of his next ex-wife.

I hope it works out for them, but the ending already seems to be written for this one.

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