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    You could chip a tooth on that!

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    Great news! Hopefully this new medical discovery will be soon be administered to those in need. Recent medical advancements are truly amazing!

    Posted in: Drug firm announces promising results for HIV-killer combination

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    How these delusional fans actually think that they would ever stand a snowball's chance in hell of dating their idols is beyond me. I guess the Beibs spoiled their little fantasy. Or did the AKB girls spoil the fantasies of millions of teenage girls around the world? Who knows? And WHO CARES?!?!?

    Posted in: Bieber kisses two of Japan’s most popular idols

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    What is this, like the 7th sequel/spin-off? Enough already! The Rocky cash cow has been milked dry!

    Posted in: Stallone still packs punch with Rocky fans ahead of 'Creed'

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    @the Fu -I hope you get the chance to visit. Besides the usual tourist attractions, the ethnic diversity is amazing, with two Chinatowns, Greektown, 2 Little Italys, Koreatown, Little India, etc. Not to mention world-class theater, the beaches, proximity to Niagara Falls, etc. But, as mentioned, you'd definitely want to avoid the winter!

    Posted in: Air Canada begins Toronto stopover promotion

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    Thanks for putting a big smile on my face. Sad to hear that Justin Bieber is the best known Canadian (sigh), but nice to hear that they would all like to visit. :-)

    Posted in: Video asks young Japanese adults what they know about Canada

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    Just goes to show that whatever race, occupation, or offense, fame and money = reduced or no jail time.

    Posted in: Rapper Diddy released on bail after arrest at UCLA

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    the government thinks that they can stimulate the economy by increasing the sales tax

    The government doesn't want to increase the sales tax to stimulate the economy - a strategy that has been criticized by leading economists - but rather to simply to increase its coffers. It not only needs this money to pay down the ridiculous amount of debt it has accrued, but to fund more 'committees' and 'working groups' for useless studies (i.e. more $$ for cronies) and to fund more projects, which increase their kickbacks. The J. government is unbelievably corrupt. Why don't we hear more about it? Because the Abe government has muzzled reporters with its new secrecy law!!

    Posted in: Pinched pensions limit Japanese consumer clout

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    Yeah ... great idea. Let Iran continue to build the bomb and take away Israel's nukes at the same time. OH, I FORGOT, Iran's 'secret' underground nuclear facility and thousands of spinning centrifuges are simply to meet it's energy needs. Silly me ...

    Posted in: Nuclear non-proliferation talks end without agreement

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    As polite as clerks are, most shoppers are just as respectful toward the hard-working individuals who are ringing their purchases up.

    I suppose that's true if one considers grunts in response to questions being respectful.

    Posted in: Man buying porn refuses to be served by female convenience store clerk

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    Better coffee than cream at least.

    Posted in: Man arrested for throwing liquid on girl

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    No doubt they would have made off to the local yaoya-san to buy some bananas!

    Posted in: 9-year-old boy attacked by monkey in Fukuoka

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    @Illyas - An argument can be made for polygamy, but after mentioning pedophilia, you lost all credibility.

    Posted in: No room for gays in Kenya, says deputy president

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    I'm surprised that NHK (or any networks) covered the Yokohama rally at all. They'll soon get an earful from Abe's cronies!

    Posted in: Rallies, events held across Japan on Constitution Day

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    The fight seemed a lot closer than that. In fact, after hearing the judges scores, most of thought that Pacquiao had got the win. The judge who scored it 118-110 must have seen a different fight than we did!

    Posted in: Mayweather beats Pacquiao by decision

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    Good for him. I applaud his efforts to represent those who are on the fringes of Japanese society. It takes a lot of courage for him to interact with the general public this way.

    Posted in: 25-year-old 'shut-in' running for Chiba city council seat

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    Distancing themselves from sex, movies, beer, and romantic love? Those are four of my favorite things!

    Posted in: The top 20 things that Japanese youth are distanced from

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    @kcjapan - For a person who murdered, maimed, and injured hundreds of innocent civilians? I would completely disagree.

    Posted in: Tsarnaev guilty on 30 counts over 2013 Boston Marathon bombing

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    Farmboy,

    You should have read beyond the headline of the link that you included, since the story is about the defeat of a resolution to have nuclear inspections in Israel - through voting by the members of the IAEA, not about Israel itself refusing inspections.

    Israel is presumed to have a large arsenal of nuclear weapons - nobody disputes this. The point that I was making is that Iran has consistently played cat and mouse with nuclear inspectors (evidenced by news stories in the International Herald Tribune between 2008 and 2011), despite signed agreements to allow them in. Former Iranian president Ahmadinejad, other government officials, and the Ayatollah's of Iran have consistently called for Israel's destruction, while Israel has never threatened any other nation, as they simply want to be left in peace. The wars it has engaged in have always been after the provocation of Arab, Persian (i.e. Hezbollah, Iran's proxy) or Palestinian attacks, kidnappings, and/or rocket fire. Israel has never threatened to use it's nuclear arsenal, which it is purported to have had since the 1960s.

    By the way, I would fully support an agreement between Iran and the West that severely limits Iran's ability to develop weapon's grade uranium. Given its repeated threats of the past, I think this is reasonable. The agreement that was expected to be signed just before this one would have been just that, had Iran not backed out at the very last second. By all the accounts that I've read, the current agreement doesn't go far enough to limit Iran's nuclear enrichment capabilities.

    I hope you can now better understand the point I was trying to make.

    Posted in: Iran nuclear deal leaves major questions unresolved

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    why has there been unprecedented inspections of Iran by the IAEA

    Because Iran consistently denied they were enriching uranium beyond that which was needed for power generation (which was proven to be false).

    One major question is why has there been unprecedented inspections of Iran by the IAEA but the strongest opponent of the deal, Israel, which has hundreds of nuclear weapons, has never allowed an inspection.

    That's not true. Do some research.

    @warispeace - Every time there is an article even remotely connected to the Middle East, you jump all over Israel with accusations and insinuations. Are you really that passionate about the Palestinian's cause or do you have another agenda?

    Posted in: Iran nuclear deal leaves major questions unresolved

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