Carolee Thumma's past comments

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    Carolee Thumma

    As far as Trump being his "own man", he's not, daddy gave him half a million dollars and a huge money making apartment complex. He never had to answer to a "boss" so he only wants to make himself happy, never once is he going to think about what's best for the American public.

    He's what my grandparents called "Snake Oil Salesman", those trump up more entertainment than business man.

    He put a reporter in time out, he keeps calling another female reporter names, a reporter who pissed him off by asking him "how are you going to be a fair president when you consistently call woman names?" And then he calls her bimbo and stupid and makes cracks about her period.

    So what happens when Putin pisses him off, or some other World Leader doesn't act the way Trump wants them to act...and then we are off to war because big orange head can "hurt them harder then they hurt him". Yeah that's the way one should deal with Kim Jong-un.

    Posted in: Trump dumps insults on questioners; insists on control

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    Carolee Thumma

    I've read (and watched Naruto) both stories at different times, I prefer 1 Piece, I think it has the better entertainment value.

    And...off topic but... I once tested some homophobic friends with pictures of both western and Asian actresses and a picture of Haruna Ai right after she won the Ms International Queen award in 2009. All of them said she was the prettiest and or cutest. So it just goes to show if there is no label on something people can't show their bias.

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    Carolee Thumma

    If they are gonna hawk her as the "greatest" then maybe when the make-up artist is applying the lipstick they should either get it on the lip or wipe up the excess bleed from the skin above the lip. Not very sexy in the close-up, you can see where the lipstick has bled into the skin.

    And I watch quite a bit of Japanese tv and have never even seen her before. She's cute but she's not "all that".

    bec

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    Carolee Thumma

    Smithinjapan, for someone living in another culture I find that you do nothing to acquaint yourself to the culture. It saddens me every time you post something about Japan, usually it's degrading and lacking of any understanding of the culture. Taking responsibility by taking one's life is not the cowards way in Japan.

    Maybe you should take the time to learn about the culture you're living in. It's far to easy to sit in front of a computer and post mean and degrading things when your faceless.

    bec

    Posted in: Man whose electrified fence killed two men commits suicide

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    Carolee Thumma

    Do we really want a "business man" who has filed for bankruptcy 4 times to be running the "biggest business in America"? I don't think so. Plus he waited a week after announcing his bid to fill out the paperwork. Is this the man we want running the White House?

    I think he's just out there to throw controversy into the ring, but what he's really doing is showing the world how messed up the Republican party is. I think he's trying to get all the republican runners to converge together as one, trying to get the party back to where it was in the 70's and 80's. But if this is what it takes then they don't deserve to be a political party, its just showing another reason to show how screwed up the Republican party is.

    Posted in: Disavowed by party leaders, Trump has supporters cheering

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    Carolee Thumma

    She's the only little clone out the 1,000 of those little girls that I liked. Glad she's okay.

    What I find really amazing is the fact that people who obviously have no wants or needs for idol news items always take the time to make a smart ass comment AFTER they read the news article. If it's not news why are you reading it?

    bec

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    Carolee Thumma

    I took it to mean that he doesn't have the right to represent Australia after not trying his best. After giving up and acting like a brat (and this isn't the first time) that he could pack his bags and go live in Greece if he couldn't do his best for Australia.

    And before you flame I'm not an Australian

    bec.

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    Carolee Thumma

    I'm 56 years old, and I'm gonna continue to buy the regular cookies and dunk 'em, lol

    I think new cookie will be gone in a year.

    bec

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    Carolee Thumma

    As a 56yr old woman from PA, US of A I tried to look up judicial law in Japan for murder, abuse, neglect in the past and I've never really understood the way the articles tried to explain why the laws deal out very little punishments for heavy crimes.

    Could someone explain it to me in small words please? I would be very grateful.

    bec

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    Carolee Thumma

    I can't understand all the people who are saying "this story sounds fishy". It's horrible and we all wish it didn't happen bu children have been locking themselves into large appliances since they were invented. Kids are very curious, they have to check things out for themselves. That's why in the US it's illegal to dispose of a refrigerator or freezer without removing the door first, if not you can be fined or arrested. There have been stories of children crawling inside junked fridges/freezers and owners getting sent to jail.

    11 pm is not that late for some families. My mother firmly believed in 8 hours sleep every night, that meant a 11 pm bedtime and we woke up at 7-730 am. Not anything wrong with that at all. I live in the US and remember falling to sleep listening to Johnny Carson at night. (later in life I used to fall asleep every time I turned on The Tonight Show, lol).

    This one really surprises me--questioning a parent for checking on their kids at night? I checked on my son almost every time I got up to go to the bathroom at night, it's totally understandable for a parent to check on their kids, sometimes more than once during the night.

    And it's totally easy to pull any door in behind you, nothing questionable about this.

    Right away people NEED somebody to blame and start questioning the mother.

    Posted in: 7-year-old boy dies after being locked inside washer-dryer

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    Carolee Thumma

    I'm sorry I don't believe this entire Apple itunes crap. There is no way one person writes a letter, Apple without having any meetings or memo in 12 hours changes the way they pay out. This was planned for months and she got paid for it. This is bull, this is a PR stunt that was set up by her million dollar PR team, the one she put together after her fans found out she tossed out thousands of letters from them. And they are the best PR team in the business, coming up with baking brownies in her own home to paying out college fees.

    She's faker than Kim Kartrashian and that's a lot of fake-ness right there.

    My biggest complaint about her is she sings off key, and her songs sound like a high school kid wrote them.

    bec

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    Carolee Thumma

    Jurgen Bagtong: Because too many people think the internet was created to let them be mean, opinionated cruel and sometimes stupid to anyone they like. It's so easy to sit at your computer and give your 2 cents, especially to people who are out there living there lives and at least trying something.

    Do what I usually do, write a scathing rebuttal then erase it and move on, your life will be a lot happier and you won't have to put up with their responses, which they think are witty and full of intelligence but are usually just sh*t.

    bec

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    Carolee Thumma

    But it's not about what genre of music you listen to, it's what makes you "feel". So no scientific study or philosophical one can determine what's dumb or not...

    waste of time and money.

    Posted in: Are pop songs dumb? Study offers evidence

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    Carolee Thumma

    So, you have to write a college level exam paper to have a good "song". Hey, I listen to music while I work, I don't need to think about every line I hear, I just bounce back and forth and sing along while working to take away the tediousness.

    This is a bit ridiculous. Am I reading this wrong, you should be writing songs that kids (that shouldn't even be listening to the song) don't understand to be a good writer? Am I missing the point here?

    Posted in: Are pop songs dumb? Study offers evidence

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    Carolee Thumma

    While growing up I would buy my tampons at the local mom and pop grocery store, one of my closest teenage friends was the clerk. I would walk up, lay them on the counter, he'd take my money and we never felt embarrassed or shamed. I was a purchaser in the store he worked in, it was his job.

    I don't get the embarrassment when buying feminine hygiene products. It's just merchandise for the retailer workers.

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    Carolee Thumma

    Google it. I put in the name of the group and loads of info came up. Took about 2 seconds...

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    Carolee Thumma

    I find it funny that there have been panda's and koala's named after famous people and no one said a word, but because it's a monkey...sometimes people are ridiculous. It used to be an honor to name newborn animals after famous people.

    I say get over it and call the cute little baby Charlotte. I think 10 years from now Princess Charlotte will find it adorable that Japan thought enough about her birth to name a baby monkey after her.

    bec

    Posted in: Oita zoo under fire for naming baby monkey Charlotte

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    Carolee Thumma

    Not sure about the rest of the US but here in PA no one wants to be the first one to the party. BUT...dinner reservations are totally different than a party...and...BUT I would imagine that if you were lucky enough to get a reservation at a 4-Star restaurant if you are cancelling there is probably a very good reason why.

    I think they are using the "cancelled reservations" as the excuse not to have foreigners in their establishment. And getting away with it.

    Posted in: Michelin-star sushi restaurant in Tokyo defends foreigner rules

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    Carolee Thumma

    I'm very happy for this couple and I hope to see more same sex marriages in Japan in the future.

    and...

    To gokaiwomaneku,

    How can you say that Japan doesn't act obsessive about sex, have you never read a Japanese manga or anime? Not all, but many and I mean MANY of them are quite obsessive about sex. You're country has "love hotels". You have more recipes for "vigor and vitality during sex" than any other country. You might not talk about it but Japan IS obsessive about sex.

    Posted in: Lesbian couple hold symbolic wedding ceremony in Tokyo

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    Carolee Thumma

    I remember when the McDonalds lawsuit came out, my boss, an older man 65/67yrs old looked at the tv and said "Operator Error", who sticks a hot cup of coffee between their knees in a moving car. The daughter should have made sure mom had the cup moved from between her legs and into her hand or cup holder before moving the car. Put the bag of food in the footwell, I do it all the time when driving.

    Posted in: Japan awash in weird warning signs

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