Fadamor's past comments

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    Fadamor

    Whatever. This is true in my country as well as in Japan: When the Constitution no longer represents the thinking of an overwhelming (not a simple) majority of the citizens it applies to, then the Constitution will be be changed. UNTIL then, it will stay as-is.

    Posted in: Supporters, opponents hold rallies over Constitution revision drive

  • 0

    Fadamor

    I use the Force and push away anyone who comes within 10 meters of me. Keep your midichlorians to yourself! I don't want them! May the Flu Be With You, and not with me!

    Posted in: What measures are you taking to avoid catching the flu?

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    Fadamor

    Force Awakens made way more $ than avatar... The avatar toys by Mattel didn't sell, and there were no avatar pickles, avatar shampoo bottles, or avatar airplanes.

    Entirely possible, but this article only addresses "box office" or ticket sales. There's still the BlueRay/DVD sales to come, but that revenue will not affect "The Force Awakens" box office totals.

    Posted in: As 'Force Awakens' winds down, 'Avatar' remains supreme

  • -2

    Fadamor

    Now what was the tab for this occupation and where do we send the bill?

    As far as I know, law enforcement didn't hire anybody extra for this incident nor did they buy any extra equipment. The only material expended would be the bullets and flash-bangs used when "I'm never going to jail" psycho-guy was taken down after crashing his Suburban.

    As law enforcement was going to get paid whether they were manning a checkpoint or doing normal patrols, the tab isn't going to be much at all. Probably just the rooms and per diem for the out-of-town law.

    Posted in: Last four holdouts in Oregon standoff surrender

  • 0

    Fadamor

    Because I was under the impression that most of the schemes such as single-payer healthcare were already tried and tested in western Europe and Canada.

    They work better in socialist economies than capitalist ones because in the socialist economy the government exerts more control over prices. While the U.S. is not a pure capitalist economy, it's still the majority economic model in the country.

    He's just so much better at standing up for progressive ideals.

    No matter WHO the President is, they quickly find out the more "progressive" a plan is, the more likely it will never happen. That's because the President is not a dictator, and any proposals must first be approved by Congress. The President needs at least 51 Senators (out of 100) and 218 (out of 435) Representatives to agree with any "progressive" plan. This is next to impossible if your "progressive" plan rocks the boat too much.

    Posted in: Clinton slams unrealistic Sanders 'promises' in debate

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    Fadamor

    There is no magic gravity sucking us on to earth. All things drop to earth because they are heavier than air. Gravity can't even hold a small helium filled balloon down and yet we are to believe that some force holds the massive weight of the oceans on to the sides of the earth without dripping off.

    Got to love these troll posts. Even elementary school kids are taught why oil floats on water (because it displaces more water weight than it weighs itself) and why helium balloons float up (because the space inside the balloon contains a gas lighter than an equivalent amount of the surrounding air mixture, and the surrounding air slides under the balloon, "pushing" the balloon up. This continues until an altitude is reached where an equivalent amount of the surrounding air mass has thinned enough to match the weight of the balloon)

    Additionally, the troll claims there's no such thing as gravity, then immediately claims that things fall to earth because they are "heavier than air" - which is a true statement - but the concept of something being "heavy" is a function of gravity - which is a function of mass. The greater the mass, the stronger the gravitational pull.

    Posted in: Scientists glimpse Einstein's gravitational waves

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    Fadamor

    A new hope remake VS cowboys and Indians in space not much in it really.

    "A New Hope" remake vs. a Disney's "Pochohontas" remake would be closer.

    Posted in: As 'Force Awakens' winds down, 'Avatar' remains supreme

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    Fadamor

    the proper name is "Kurile" in Russian, and will be that name if\when Russia returns them to Japan.

    Actually, the proper Russian name of the island in question is Хабомаи (Khabomai).

    Posted in: Northern islands minister criticized for not knowing island name

  • 3

    Fadamor

    Without some details, like what they were actually served that they took exception to, I can't comment intelligently on this article. Kyodo News drops the ball again.

    Posted in: Immigration detainees launch hunger strike in Osaka

  • 0

    Fadamor

    No wonder why the infamous NK regime considers the film, "The Interview" an Act of War.

    EVERYTHING to them is an "act of war". The closing of this plant by SK was an "act of war" according to NK. Doughboy doesn't have a clue about what an actual "act of war" really is. The way he's going, however, he'll find out sooner than later.

    Posted in: N Korea orders military takeover of inter-Korean factory

  • 1

    Fadamor

    In 140 characters (or less), explain to the world why you’re twittering something that you feel others who follow you should give a rat's as... limit reached

    Actually, JT should incorporate that limit into the comments. XD

    Posted in: Twitter woes deepen as user base fails to grow

  • 0

    Fadamor

    I'm old enough to remember when they used to coat the face and hands of clocks and watches with tritium so that it would glow in the dark all night.

    Posted in: Risky work

  • 0

    Fadamor

    As each candidate drops out, the voters for that former candidate will move to ANYONE but Trump. Trump has his supporters but he's not likely to gain any more from the other candidate's departures. His is a niche voter base. Should he somehow win the nomination, I daresay you would see a bunch of registered Republicans voting Democratic (or at least Independent) in November.

    Posted in: Christie, Fiorina drop out of Republican presidential race

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    Fadamor

    Knew this was going to happen. NK can't have any outside information leaking into the country, otherwise the general population might realize how bad off they are.

    Posted in: N Korea orders military takeover of inter-Korean factory

  • -2

    Fadamor

    Since when did respecting and valuing diversity become "PC"? (rolls eyes)

    Posted in: 'Star Trek' vet to helm new series

  • 2

    Fadamor

    Plastic cover and paper mask, will not protect the media from the warmth of radiation going through their body,,, just trying to cover the sun with your hands!

    That type of protective clothing will only stop alpha and some beta particles from landing on the skin or being breathed-in. It's not designed to block radiation emissions.

    Posted in: Risky work

  • 2

    Fadamor

    for Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami, Taiwan provided over US$252 million in combined aid. Japan is also a rich country and didn't request any money. So I think it would be nice if Japan people give a little more than $1 Million.

    Scale, people, scale. The Taiwan earthquake killed about 40 people. The Tohoku earthquake/tsunami killed 15,893.

    Taiwan's combined aid works out to about $15,856 per fatality in 2011. The Japanese offer of monetary aid works out to about $25,000 per fatality. You would have to add the cost of the teams that went to Taiwan to get the combined aid.

    While I don't like appearing to put a price on the loss of life and I'm sure neither country did as well, it was the only handy metric to use to show scale.

    Posted in: Japan to extend $1 mil in quake relief aid to Taiwan

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    Fadamor

    And yet they're probably going to target DreamWorks next.... Just wait and see...

    Probably not. Dreamworks' founders broke away from Disney and created Dreamworks because they didn't like the direction Disney was heading.

    Posted in: 'Star Wars' hits $2 billion global sales mark

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    Fadamor

    Up to an additional $52.7 Million just for wood seats in the stadium?! What are they made of, Teak?

    Posted in: If all seats are made of wood to realize the concept of a wooden and greenery stadium, the costs are expected to increase to 5 billion to 6 billion yen.

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    Fadamor

    Ley made clear though that the move did not mean legal recreational use of the drug was any closer.

    ...at least until Ley can invest in some national pizza chains.

    Posted in: Australia introduces medicinal cannabis legislation

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