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Posted in: Small-town America's never-ending struggle to maintain its values hasn't always been good for U.S. democracy See in context

"Those areas are Republican now and they continue the Jim Crow legacy" is a silly statement. It was democrats like Al "No Negroes" Gore Sr. that kept the south from advancing for so many years. YeahRight was correct.

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Posted in: Malaysia arrests 7 Japanese men suspected of phone scam operation See in context

I hope they get caned for six months, then sent back to Japan. "Vicious and sadistic corporal punishments on tens of thousands of criminals every year" sounds pretty good to me.

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Posted in: Man claiming to be 'a woman inside' arrested for entering female bath at resort See in context

Good for the manager.

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Posted in: Striking actors agree on deal with Hollywood studios See in context

I was kind of hoping the strike would go on for years. The world needs self-important American actors and actresses to be less important. I haven't watched a theater movie in 15 years, and have no plans to see any in the future. There are better things to do than worry about Hollywood.

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Posted in: Putin accuses IOC of using Olympics for politics and racism See in context

"Nothing new under the Sun. Olympic committee is subservient of Western establishment." Ha ha. Down some more vodka, comrade.

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Posted in: Putin expected in Beijing, more dependent than ever on China See in context

elephant200Today 02:29 pm JST

A suggestion is to create an Eurasia QUAD with nuclear arsenals: Russia, China,North Korea and Belarus to counter US and her running dogs military expansion, we need to work together, to fight !

North Korea is nothing. Belarus? A joke. They have as many nukes as I have and maybe less military might.

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Posted in: U.S. ambassador to Japan takes spotlight with snarky China tweets See in context

If China is upset, they should quite disappearing people.

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Posted in: Taiwan reports 28 Chinese air force planes in its air defense zone See in context

If China's economy, youth discontent, real estate implosions, self confidence crisis, plummeting income from a complete lack of foreign visitors etc get much worse, Xi is going to have to attack Taiwan to try to rally his citizens.

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Posted in: More than 20 Japanese detained in Cambodia over fraud allegations See in context

If guilty, I hope they get the max sentence possible.

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Posted in: China says U.S. military aid to Taiwan will not deter its will to unify the island See in context

Good one, Rod. You made me laugh out loud.

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Posted in: Singapore hangs first woman in 19 years after she was convicted of trafficking 31 grams of heroin See in context

"Singapore’s laws mandate the death penalty for anyone convicted of trafficking more than 500 grams (17.64 ounces) of cannabis and 15 grams (0.53 ounces) of heroin." Good job, Singapore. More countries need to follow your example.

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Posted in: Angels unlikely to trade Shohei Ohtani if they stay in contention, GM says See in context

Don't care where he ends up, as long as it's not the Trolleydodgers. Last year they spent 262 million dollars on their salaries. That is a quarter of a billion dollars. Their support for the DV7plus1s makes me like them even less. Want the best for Shohei, and it's not with the T'Dodgers.

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Posted in: Celebrities to urge climate action at Hollywood gathering See in context

Why do the Hollywood types get any say in anything at all, especially with their sky-high levels of hypocrisy?When California has its periodic (mostly government-caused) droughts, it is always the Hollywood types who are out front, loud and proud, telling people not to water their lawns. A number of the "stars" have 100s of acres of lawn, which are watered every day to keep their lush appearance. People need to stop listening to actors and actresses who give so little to society.

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Posted in: What does the expression "Go woke, go broke" mean to you? See in context

It's a backlash by the majority of people who are tired of political correctness and all of the destruction that it is causing. It's a backlash against a loud minority who are filled with H8.

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