AiserX's past comments

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    AiserX

    You really don't need some study to verify this. Sometimes I wonder if such researchers can't think of something more worthwhile to research other then something that is commonly known already?

    A young puppy, like a human child if mistreated in its infancy will absolutely ALWAYS grow up into a violent canine that will eventually lash back violently. Have seen this happen several times.

    Posted in: Dogs snub people who are mean to their owners: study

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    Of course. All of these summits are the same. The topics, talks, problems, solutions are all the same. This by people that are either life time politicians or big business that are tightly connected with Govt officials. I remember 1 member, can't remember the name openly admit that such events are for business people and high ranking Govt officials to network.

    Posted in: Do you think gatherings like the G7 and APEC summits are a waste of time and money?

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    @Alex80 Of course. Its the responsibility of the countries in which they depart from to prevent this from happening not Europe's. Don't you understand? By rescuing them, you actually incentivize an endless wave of boat illegals to come.

    Posted in: 4,200 migrants rescued in Mediterranean

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    @Alex80

    No, Italy is not acting "civil" by "saving" them. The problem with you and those that bring those boat people in suffer from one of the most destructive mental diseases that can wreck entire nations, pathological altruism.

    Posted in: 4,200 migrants rescued in Mediterranean

  • -10

    AiserX

    Act of war.

    Posted in: Indonesia sinks foreign boats to deter illegal fishing

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    If debt to GDP is 240%++ that is not a sign of a small state. It's the hall mark sign of a massively bloated state that spends more then it takes in. The same apples everywhere else.

    Posted in: Modern Japan - land of small government

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    Yep. I'd choose a fellow human every time.

    Nice bit of sophistry. When did you qualify as human?

    Posted in: What happened to Hollywood's push for diversity after Oscars?

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    Because those that push for diversity are annoying. Not only that but it simply does not work when people would rather be around those similar to them. Strangely enough Hollywierd pushes for diversity yet its many award shows are anything but.

    Posted in: What happened to Hollywood's push for diversity after Oscars?

  • -1

    AiserX

    I Condemn SK for condemning Japan.

    Posted in: S Korea condemns Japan's approval of history textbooks

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    AiserX

    I was once, long ago asked a simple question that opened my eyes:

    "So, you're straight right? When did you choose to be straight?"

    So, assuming you are, when did you choose to be straight? Was it ever a conscious decision where you sat down and weighed the options?

    Nobody does: I like girls because I do, so do lesbian women. There's nothing more to it, and it certainly wasn't something I had to decide on.

    It's the same for gay people..they've just always been the way they are.

    One is born heterosexual as the default position. This is due to the selfish gene pool. Our genes only care about self-preservation and propagating itself. Choosing to be gay how ever is a choice only done firstly against the default position. You do realize that if gay people were "born gay" then by default their parents had to be gay? but that would contradict the life style choice. Assuming that one is born gay then ultimately it would have to be looked at under rational basis as some sort of bio-disorder as unpolitically correct that may sound since the life style choice negates the continuation of life.

    Posted in: Tokyo ward 1st in Japan to recognize same sex marriage

  • 0

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    Israel is an authoritarian apartheid state.

    Posted in: The Republican road to the White House runs through Israel

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    Must be one fat Tuna by now. Survival of the fittest in full display. Reminds me of Battle Royal.

    Posted in: Tokyo aquarium still baffled by mystery fish deaths

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    Japan was just defending itself against a force that had placed an unnecessary embargo on it. All embargo's instigate major wars. They were also appalled at the treatment of U.S ethnic Japanese nationals whom were placed in internment camps.

    Posted in: Abe's advisers split over how to describe Japan's WWII actions

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    The ones that lack vision within U.S boards and elsewhere are those that are looking for specific genders to lead a board. A board would look for the most qualified person as a credential, not that fact that they have a birth canal.

    Posted in: Many U.S. boards' lack vision in search for women directors

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    I don't find her attractive.

    Posted in: 'Haafu' to represent Japan at Miss Universe 2015

  • 0

    AiserX

    The Libertarian party and Independent party already have an impossible time to establish themselves as a third party. While I would like to see the TP become a viable option over the 2 ruling parties, it wont happen. Its perhaps best as an anti-tax, anti-war, anti big govt movement of which it stands for.

    Posted in: Tea party may be on verge of becoming a 3rd party

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    If it has a growing fan base, which it does then that means females like the products that males are churning out? In that case why the need of diversity? Just because their is fan based diversity does not mean that video game developer rooms need to somehow "reflect" that. What if this diversity ruins the quality of the product which it most certainly will? I'd day if it is profitable and growing despite what ever lack of diversity then keep it that way.

    I also agree with scipantheist, Diablo 3 was a total downer. Diablo2 was amazing.

    Posted in: Video game makers grapple with need for diversity

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    @sillygirl

    It's mainly a talent thing. As in very little.

    I think not. It's certainly a language and marketing thing. I live in the U.S and refuse to listen to anything mainstream because well... it's all mostly garbage. Rap? it's poisonous to the human mind, Beyonce, Kanye west? hip-hop? not even.

    I mainly listen to Visual key (j-rock) such as the Gazette, Alice nine and Nightcore music. Some western bands like Breaking Benjamin is also good. Miku Hatsunes vocaloids are also good. Some traditional Russian music is also very catchy.

    Posted in: Why do Asian pop stars have a hard time succeeding in the U.S. market? Is it mainly a language thing?

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    AiserX

    @ Nichikolohe

    Except that this is Russian roulette in reverse. Countries are competing on whom can trash their own currencies the most. The winner of this competition dies first. The others follow.

    Posted in: China calls the shots in Asia's currency war

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    Mr Kyle was a great man.

    Posted in: Texas governor to declare 'Chris Kyle Day' in honor of sniper

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