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Posted in: Obama gives final approval to let gays serve in military See in context

Seems more like a last ditch effort to get re-elected than a sincere action on behalf of Gay Americans.

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Posted in: Soccer star Kumagai in hot water over Twitter remarks during party See in context

OMG! This is so typical. You can't have an opinion at all in Japan, let alone a negative one that may or may not be absolutely true. Then there's the typical media blackballing for expressing your true opinions. Who says Japan is a democracy? Still feels like a Communist country to me.

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Posted in: Russell Brand deported from Japan leaving Katy Perry behind See in context

I always enjoy to read comments of jealous men who won't acknowledge the success others more handsome, hotter and more interestinf men. British actors have more talent than their American counterparts. Hugh Grant, Russel brand are great actors and handsome. It is a pity he took drugs.

@chuckbello That's two words bro.

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Posted in: Russell Brand deported from Japan leaving Katy Perry behind See in context

I always enjoy to read comments of jealous men who won't acknowledge the success others more handsome, hotter and more interestinf men. British actors have more talent than their American counterparts. Hugh Grant, Russel brand are great actors and handsome. It is a pity he took drugs.

@LoveUSA, are you high? Hugh Grant would hurl at the fact that you put a talentless bum like Russell Brand in the same category. I would agree that British actors are extremely talented, but you could find much better examples like: Tim Roth, Clive Owen, Daniel Craig, Ralph Fiennes, Anthony Hopkins and so many more. Russell Brand shouldn't even be whispered in the same sentence as they phenomenally talented actors.

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Posted in: Ice rivals See in context

Well actually Miki's facial expression looks more like a smirk than empathy.

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Posted in: Young woman found dead in Fukuoka love hotel See in context

Actually this sounds more like a case of S&M gone wrong. Maybe they were just inexperienced and the guy went too far. After realizing what he did, he just freaked out and ran. This seems more like accidental manslaughter than murder. Especially since there were no other obvious signs of struggle or injury, it seems the girl allowed herself to be tied up. Either way, the guy shouldn't have just left her. This is so typical in Japan. Just run away. He should made attempts to revive her and called an ambulance. Perhaps he could have saved her.

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Posted in: Man arrested for attempted murder of girlfriend's father See in context

Why are you guys so quick to pass judgment? It seems as though they had an altercation (probably over the girl), the guy tried to leave. The father probably still wanted to continue to fight and jumped on his car. The guy may have just freaked out. The father also seems to be at fault IMO. If the guy was leaving, why not just let him unless of course he was leaving with his underaged daughter against her will. Since the father was 45, we can probably assume the girl was at least 20 and old enough to make her own decisions. IMO, it's the father who's seems to be the idiot for jumping on a fleeting car.

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