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Posted in: Obama writes letter to North Korean leader See in context

What is this letter writing? Sounds very 1994.

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Posted in: Obama reverses Bush stem cell restrictions See in context

God will punish Obama for what he and his gang are doing.

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Posted in: Obama: Every voice must be heard on health reform See in context

Same old, same old. Obama-shumama.

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Posted in: Hiker dies on Okinawa mountain See in context

I think the mountains in Okinawa are very dangerous and people should never go there.

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Posted in: Boycott of violent Japanese video game urged in U.S. See in context

Wonderful! How about a game where we can stalk girls who want to go to school and throw acid on their faces?

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Posted in: Au goes green See in context

Ebichan looks great.

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Posted in: Opposition steps up pressure on Aso to resign See in context

Call elections to get the public mandate, or step down immediately!

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Posted in: Danny Boyle in Tokyo See in context

NO! NO! I Don't like Mino Monta!

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Posted in: Woman held for forcing daughter and her friend into prostitution See in context

It is paid for the sex but the men are disgusting.

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Posted in: Islamic law to be imposed in parts of northwest Pakistan See in context

Get used to it, Sharia law is the wave if the future. Oh Woe to all ye women.

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Posted in: Body of missing 6-year-old girl found in pond in Fukushima See in context

This ponds should be drained to avoid any further consumption. It probably has evil spirts.

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Posted in: Clinton visits Meiji Shrine See in context

Why Meiji Shine? Yasukuni is much more interesting.

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Posted in: Baby-faced dad, 13, raises 'broken Britain' fears See in context

Britain has always been "broken", if we are talking about ideals and concepts of what is normal and good. 13 is quite young for a male to father a child, as humans are born quite pre-mature and many male humans are still developing at that age. So social controls are necessary, because being pysically able to "ride the village bicycle" means the that accidents will happen.

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Posted in: 9/11 widow among 50 killed after commuter plane crashes into home in Buffalo See in context

It seems that the co-pilot was a woman.

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Posted in: 83-yr-old man arrested for exposing himself to junior high school boys in Saitama See in context

So old, people that old shouldn't be outside.

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Posted in: 27-yr-old police sergeant arrested for having sex with 14-yr-old girl See in context

He isn't even double her age.

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Posted in: Panasonic orders families to return home from overseas on flu fears See in context

I don't think they should come back to Japan. We need to close the borders and all ports of entry immediately to block this foreign flu epidemic before it strikes against Japan.

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Posted in: Japan Tobacco reports record sales See in context

Disgusting.

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Posted in: Temp workers bear brunt of recession in Japan See in context

To continue offering their core staff a job-for-life guarantee and other benefits, Japanese companies find other ways to drive down their HR costs. They cut back on overtime, bonuses and new hires. They transfer their employees to other companies or within the group. And they replace core staff with flexible irregulars. Transfers to other firms, usually to suppliers or subsidiaries, can be either a temporary or a permanent arrangement. For many employees, moving from a secure job in the corporation to a badly paid job with a supplier does not so much prevent unemployment as delay it. Another typical instrument here is "voluntary early retirement". These schemes can affect employees even in their mid-30s. Early retirement is often a euphemism for dismissal.The settlements offered usually go nowhere near to replacing a proper pension.

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Posted in: What's wrong with the way English is taught in Japan? See in context

It is this guy from Liverpool called Charles. He just doesn't take the job seriously at all and the students just learn very poorly.

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Posted in: USA Swimming suspends Phelps for 3 months; Kellogg drops him See in context

I am boycotting Kelloggs for my own health reasons. I don't give a damn about Michael Phelps or the Olympics, there are so many better things to give our attention to, such as helping the child-soldiers in the Congo. Maybe Phelps can help them. Does he help anyone? Selling Kelloggs to fat Americans won't help anyone.

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Posted in: Newborn left in Kyushu Expressway rest area toilet See in context

He/She needs a new family.

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Posted in: Media criticize Aso for mistakes during Davos speech See in context

Isn't it Charlie Brown he was thinking out? His mentor Snoopy says "Hey Aso, nobody voted for you so you shouldn't be speaking in Davos."

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Posted in: Super Bowl See in context

Calm down guys, didn't anyone tell you that identifying yourself with a sports team is pathetic? They're not your friends or family I'm sure, and I can assure you that the team members, including the owner, don't give a damn about the city, the fans or you.

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Posted in: Obama calls executive bonuses 'shameful' See in context

Shameful indeed that these people destroyed the economy and are still collecting bonuses, but it is also shameful that people are still doing business with the murderous Israelis.

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Posted in: What behavior by passengers or staff at airports annoys you the most? See in context

None, but Narita is a very boring airport. Hardly anywhere nice to brouse, or sit for a bite to eat or drink. Japanese airports are boring. Staff is very nice though.

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Posted in: High School Musical See in context

This show looks like a nightmare. What kind of "school girl" is that on the left?

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Posted in: What's your stance on abortion? See in context

I think we need to decrease the population. Abortion is not the answer though, but it is OK as a woman's choice. Why the male-oriented, male-dominated catholic church thinks it has any authority on the matter is way beyond me. No difference from the Taleban saying that women should receive no education, they are all about men. The earth really needs to decrease the human population badly. Can we phase ourselves out?

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Posted in: Brangelina See in context

They have a ton on money, and a ton of nannies I am sure.

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Posted in: Nomura posts record 3rd-quarter loss See in context

That's what you get for buying a crap company like Lehmans, with all its crap people and crap business. What was Nomura thinking?

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