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Posted in: Hoffman's death spotlights heroin epidemic See in context

@Maria - Thanks for the link. I know it's a far more complicated than it sounds. What causes addiction is still a big mystery. However, I still stand to the point that if we know what is right from wrong, the choice we make is still our choice, unless we are coerced to.


I'm sure people will understand I had plenty of reasons to succumb - but I never did and never will... Perhaps, knowing that the consequence might be tragic, it makes those reasons unreasonable.

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Posted in: Hoffman's death spotlights heroin epidemic See in context

RIP. You were a great actor.

I heard this many times before, "Save the user, Jail the pusher." However, I think we are the captain of our ships. As the late Dr. Covey taught us, we have the power to choose. Why do drugs? Money? Fame? But, there are rich and famous who don't do drugs? In the end, it comes down to us.

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Posted in: Mother, 6-year-old daughter killed after car-truck crash in Gifu See in context

So sad. RIP

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Posted in: Thief caught with 450 pairs of high heels See in context

Others were obsessed of panties, this guy is with high heels. Jeezzz!! LOL

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Posted in: Justin Bieber charged with assault in Toronto; White House to consider deporting him See in context

In another news, Yasiel Puig's reckless driving charge in Florida was dropped.

These two should hang out. In the desert so that they will not endanger other people's lives.

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Posted in: Vatican Library, Japan to catalogue lost archive See in context

I wonder if they will include St. Lorenzo Ruiz, a Filipino saint who was killed under the Tokugawa Shogunate in the 17th century for refusing to leave Japan and renounce his faith.

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Posted in: Biden spent hour on phone asking Abe not to visit Yasukuni shrine See in context

@Hide Suzuki

Japanese government doesn't tell the US what to do or not to do so they shouldn't tell us either. And they can start a war whenever they feel like but a Japanese PM can't visit a shrine ? yeah, that sounds logical

I'm sure you are aware why Asian neighbors got pissed when a Japanese PM visits Yasukuni. Needless to say, it is not an 'ordinary' shrine.

Executed Class A war criminal Hideki Tojo was enshrined there. Last time I checked, fourteen Class A war criminals were enshrined in Yasukuni.

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Posted in: Miss International See in context

Congrats! You make us proud. MABUHAY!

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Posted in: Jump in my car See in context

So, this is how future cars look like? :)

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Posted in: Japan ready to send 1,000 troops to help with Philippines relief effort See in context

Thank you again, Japan.

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Posted in: Japan to send SDF team to Philippine typhoon zone See in context

Domou arigatou, Nihon!

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Posted in: U.N. launches $300 mil appeal as warships head to Philippines See in context

I am from the Philippines, working in Japan. From the bottom of my heart, "Thank you for your support!"

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