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Posted in: Qatar, here we come See in context

Bring a mask, and it’s not for COVID use, or plan on eating some dirt every time you go outside

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Posted in: Nissan's quarterly profit falls amid computer chip crunch See in context

Nissan ? They’re still in business?

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Posted in: U.S. basketball star Griner on her way to Russian penal colony, lawyers say See in context

That’s a shame.

Did you LEARN anything from your experience?

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Posted in: China wary about Japan joining NATO cyber defense center See in context

I bet they do

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Posted in: Apple says iPhone production hit by China COVID lockdown See in context

That’s why you shouldn’t be making ANYTHING in china

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Posted in: 2 Americans who helped Ghosn flee Japan sent back to U.S. See in context

I think we all know that he was railroaded and the people in his company are probably more corrupt than he ever was.

Let’s see if this trial ever makes it to The Hague, I’m sure Ghosn would love to go to trial and expose what the Japanese government and other employees did to him.

Naturally, that is never going to happen, Japan would never agree to it, so we’re never really going to know exactly what happened.

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Posted in: Kishida says Japan urgently needs to strengthen its military See in context

He’s right, unless you all want to start learning another language, and get banned from speaking Japanese.

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Posted in: Do you think Elon Musk's takeover of Twitter is a good move? See in context

Never used it, never will.

If, by supposed design, it’s creating a LESS censored platform, then good…but apparently that’s debatable.

I understand the liberals don’t WANT you to have Free Speech, (I was led to believe people not going along with the Party Narrative were being deleted) that goes against their “principles”.

As already stated, Time Will Tell.

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Posted in: 2-year-old boy falls to his death from 4th-floor apartment See in context

If you weren’t there, you don’t know how it happened

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Posted in: Two Sushiro workers form Conveyor Belt Sushi Union, seeking better wages and more See in context

Just TWO of them ?

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Posted in: In Hong Kong, world bankers urged not to 'bet against' China See in context

Lol, another WARNING from the great Oz

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Posted in: Man arrested for sexual assault after breaking into woman’s home through toilet window See in context

Did it ever occur to you to ASK HER OUT ?

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Posted in: U.S. plans to deploy nuclear-capable B-52 bombers to Australia's north: report See in context

That’s great. Tell the chinese all about some tactical information regarding air power but of course the source “Isn’t Authorized to speak about it”…so it sounds like you need to be Court Martialed for speaking about it.

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Posted in: ‘Black Adam’ takes top spot at North American box office again See in context


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Posted in: S Korea in shock, grief after 153 die in Halloween crowd surge See in context

You couldn’t pay me to go anywhere near this sort of thing, I much prefer your favorite onsen, any time of the year.

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Posted in: Australia, Hong Kong make $1.6 billion meth seizure See in context

Everyone knows that china will sell the raw material necessary to make this trash, in BULK, to anyone that has the money.

North Korea manufactures it and exports it to Yakuza in Japan for a source of hard currency.

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Posted in: Jailed yakuza member arrested for 2013 murder of Gyoza no Ohsho head See in context

Yup, I have to agree there ShotGun36

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Posted in: Tokyo's Shibuya on high alert for return of Halloween crowds See in context

High Alert, lol.

Will the North Koreans be attending?

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Posted in: China warns Japan not to refer to Taiwan in defense strategy See in context

Yeah, yeah, warn this, threaten that. We’ve heard it all before, but whatever YOU do is o.k., huh ?

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Posted in: 2 die in vehicle collision in Hokkaido after car hits deer See in context

This is not uncommon in MANY places in the US.

There are quite a few deer here in North Florida. I once saw FOUR at one time, right next to a main highway, despite having a wire fence, they were standing right by the side of the road.

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Posted in: Hitachi expanding North America train business with new U.S. plant See in context

Don't know if you're joking or not there M4sada...but it IS pathetic the US doesn't use more trains / metro systems than it does. People are too obsessed with their cars.

I enjoyed NOT owning a car in Tokyo and having more money to SPEND.

No gas, no insurance, nevermind parking.

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Posted in: Qatar hit by unprecedented World Cup attacks, says emir See in context

Too bad I didn’t get that other contract in Qatar, that would have been nice.

Hello Jordan. See you on the beach there

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Posted in: Literature finds unlikely social media partner in TikTok See in context

The chinese communist part Inc, also known as Tiktok, now has a vested interest in

“Literature”….of course they do. Imagine what they can do with THAT.

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Posted in: Italian rugby player who bit Japanese opponent banned for 12 games See in context

Did a Mike Tyson on the Ref, huh ?

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Posted in: 2 killed in shooting at St Louis high school; gunman dead See in context

There you go, it’s an Organization’s fault, not the individual.


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Posted in: 2 killed in shooting at St Louis high school; gunman dead See in context

You can blame Hollywood and the advent of Video Games with murder and mayhem for this to happen over and over again…..and NOT the NRA as your friendly neighborhood liberal would have you believe.

When I went to high school here in North Florida, it was quite common to see trucks with gun racks that had rifles and shotguns in them, because guys would go hunting after school…although considered strange, or not really the norm, nobody really gave it much thought, it was NOT illegal. Nobody KILLED anyone, it never caused any problems, nobody would think of hurting anyone, it just WASN'T DONE.

Fast forward to today (or the past twenty + years), where guns and murder have been glorified in movies, video games show gory details of any number of ways to harm your fellow man and you have a recipe for disaster… the perfect Hollywood script.

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Posted in: China warns against Japan-Australia defense accord See in context

You're WARNING everyone ELSE; 'eh ?

Nobody is listing any more, in case you haven't noticed.

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Posted in: Emperor opens festivals marking 50th anniversary of Okinawa's return See in context

Stay away from Okinawa, there’s military there, it’s no good for you….that way, it won’t be overrun by out-of-townies.

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Posted in: Universal Studios Japan issues reminder about showing too much skin inside the park See in context

Beautiful girls dressed as such could only incur much more business for the park I would think.

Be glad they chose to come to your establishment

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Posted in: Despite disasters, climate is a taboo election issue in U.S. coal country See in context

Well, let’s see now. Here in North Florida, they built a NEW, Coal Fire Generator to EPA Extreme Regulation standards to remove as much pollution as possible (“Scrubbers”, etc) in 1978? The idea was because the Coal Mines of America could fuel them for the next two hundred years, only to TEAR THEM DOWN and go BACK to Oil Fueled Generators !

Don’t bother talking about this, it’s ridiculous what wasted tax money is going on, it’s all about politics and filling pockets, nothing more.

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