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    Cliffy

    So, that's what there is a model plane on the tray. I was wondering if a kid would take that plane off from the tray or it is on the menu.

    Posted in: New Japanese Yakiniku Jet restaurant serves meat by conveyor belt on a high speed lane

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    So, on top of some bot that sends out spam text messages, we will now have the genuine FB sending out spam messages.

    Posted in: WhatsApp is going to share your phone number with Facebook

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    Reminds me of the saying, something like a butterfly flaps its wings in some part of the world, a storm will be take place in another part of the world.

    Posted in: Japanese scientists detect rare, deep-Earth tremor

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    US has high speed train already. Should have done that in Canada with the maximum train speed is pathetic. Never mind the reliability and efficiency of the metro city subway (Toronto, Montreal....) is on par with a 3rd world country with the exception of no one ridding on the roof top yet.

    Posted in: Japan authorizes $2 mil to study high-speed train from Baltimore to Washington

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    Live action on anime/manga? Waiting for an epic fail again.

    Posted in: Hit anime 'Bleach' to be turned into a live-action film from Warner Bros

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    Only 3 times? I thought it is a lot more. Their cakes taste pretty much like shovel a spoon of sugar into your mouth. They taste nothing but sugar, so I might as well have a spoonful of sugar instead and it may even has less sugar than having a piece of the cake. The so-call cereal is also loaded with sugar. Just look at a cup of soda in the theater, its size like a whole liter of pop.

    Posted in: U.S. kids eat three times too much added sugar: health group

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    Probably something like this crossed her mind. Damn, my nose is itchy, don't snore, don't snore.

    Posted in: Resting easy

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    The ice cream in Asia somehow tastes better than those I have found in NA. Matcha, Taro, Lachee, coconut.....

    Posted in: New Häagen-Dazs green tea fondue crispy sandwich is absolute heaven for matcha lovers

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    'Evil dead' was funny and entertaining - not the new remake one though

    Posted in: The rise of 'smart' low-budget horror

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    “Why don’t you put a pyramid in New York” There was an older Sci-fi called "Immortal" actually put a pyramid in NY.

    Posted in: Hollywood poster blunder sparks backlash in Hong Kong

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    So, drug store can stock it without worrying about being robbed. (Like many drug stores in US has a banner satating that they do not carry Oxycontin.)

    Posted in: New painkiller could replace morphine: study

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    ^....fear for their independence from mainland

    And, that's exactly why just a little thing would get on their nerves. There is pro-independent movement - but how HK is going to get military to defend itself? Then, there are also a lot of people looking for way out - just like prior to 1997. HK's so -call governor sold out HK's people kissing Beijing's behind. Many of those "voices" keep opening their traps with pro-Beijing propaganda..... People who voices their objection could simply be wrestled away into mainland even though police in China has no jurisdiction in HK.

    Posted in: Hollywood poster blunder sparks backlash in Hong Kong

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    Do something like Universal Studio in Florida, they have places where they spray mist of water. People can just go there and have some cold water spray onto them if they do not mind getting a bit wet. I guess, regardless, you will be wet anyway (your own sweat or mist of water).

    Posted in: Gov't studying ways to prevent heatstroke, cool down streets during 2020 Olympics

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    @RealCDN That's next spring and that is a big if. Until it is finally legalized, it is still breaking the law and can be charged. Of course there is marketplace control by big companies just like drug companies. All those promises could simply for getting voters to vote for them. For the law enforcement, it is a paradise for them. They do not need to do cover up or trace for weed sellers, they volunteer to come out in the light themselves

    Posted in: Canada to allow medical patients to grow their own cannabis

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    Good for Ad Blocker. I use that with my browser all the time (along with disabling script....except certain banking sites that I use).

    Posted in: Ad blockers outflank Facebook

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    ^ Not quite the same as vegetables as they won't make you high or causes addiction/delusion. Then, again, I think recently I am addicted to eating broccoli (stir fired - I do not like to eat it raw). Or, it is the salt/pepper/Garlic that I use is the reason.

    In any case, for medical purpose, I do not see any issue with it. The most stupid comments I have seen is when police crack down a shop selling weeds, the owner complained that why as the PM is going to legalize it eventually. Well, until it is legalized, it is still breaking the law. (She was probably high.) Right now, only people with medical prescription can buy it and those licensed sellers do not pop up shops like mushrooms after a rainy day.

    Posted in: Canada to allow medical patients to grow their own cannabis

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    ^ He detonated one bombed wounded the taxi driver. RCMP took action before he could detonated the second. At least the farther is a reasonable man saying it is not police's fault and they did what they had to do. Do you want him to actually kill someone first? Keep in mind, police officers also has their own lives and families as well.

    Posted in: Canadian terror suspect dead after police operation

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    “Kishikaisei” - resurrected? Does it have any hidden meaning for this Rio Olympic?

    Posted in: Wagakki Band breathes life into the Olympics with 'Kishikaisei'

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    Makes me wonder why don't they have redundant systems? Even when I travel, I have 2 GPS just in case. Unfortunately, some CEOs have no clue with IT. The latest things I have heard is the CFO asks why we have so many mainframes and servers. Doh! We want to make sure the customers will be able to access their accounts 24/7 with up-to-date information. One newer department head was even more funny saying he could replace all the servers with stateless cluster when the financial data will eventually sync'd up - LOL. Let's see if you want to cash a check that exceeded you available fund and the 'stateless' system does not reflect the right balance yet, who will take the lost????

    Posted in: Delta on long road back to normal after massive flight cancellations

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    Chinese firm? So, should we expect to see batteries goes in flame in an EV soon?

    Posted in: Nissan in talks with Panasonic, others to sell battery operations

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