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    Typical American celebrity, i guess any publicity she can get, right ?

    Posted in: Pop star Katy Perry visits Auschwitz death camp

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    @jerseyboy

    "Kiss any ratings/interest in the U.S. goodbye, since that is stretch-run time for the NFL teams"

    You talk as if FIFA should make all their schedules just to accommodate American fans, no, you guys are not that important, get over yourself already

    Posted in: FIFA recommends Nov-Dec for 2022 World Cup in Qatar

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    For those asking what is in it for ANA, one thing they are interested in is the flights allocated to Skymark at Haneda, they are money makers that everyone wants

    Posted in: ANA joins bid to rescue bankrupt Skymark Airlines

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    You guys are whining about Japan as usual because Prince William is coming here ? Is there ever any news that makes you happy ? ROFL

    Posted in: Prince William to arrive in Japan on Thursday

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    why does it matter ? The hostages would have been killed anyways. We should blame the ISIS not Abe

    Posted in: Abe defends playing golf during hostage crisis

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    @USNinJapan

    "A referee who says that he's still "learning" (whatever that means) in the preseason (of the J-League to boot) had absolutely no business officiating at a World Cup."

    Really? So you want somebody who says they have learned everything there is to learn ? Good luck finding one such referee.

    Posted in: Controversial soccer ref says he is still learning the job

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    Is that a real leopard ? I couldn't tell.

    man, you guys must live a miserable life if you have to leave usual grumpy comments instead of laughing at this

    Posted in: Tokyo zoo stages fake snow leopard escape

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    @Mocheake

    "Genius is one percent inspiration and ninety-nine percent perspiration"

    Then why aren't you a professional athlete or successful business owner making millions of $ ?

    Posted in: Haruki Murakami’s advice on how to be a great writer: Be born with talent

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    "you can get better, to an extent, with practice. Fundamentally, though, your abilities are determined by the talents you’ve been born with"

    I agree but that's true with anything really, music, sports, acting and running a business etc

    Posted in: Haruki Murakami’s advice on how to be a great writer: Be born with talent

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    "Who cares, the way gas prices are going the cost savings will be paltry for the average driver."

    Some people care about what they call the environment.
    I never understand those people who buy gas-guzzlers just because gas is cheap.

    Do you also buy 200 tooth pastes just because they are cheap ?

    Posted in: Suzuki uses more resin outer panels for new Alto

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    Even one suicide is too many but any progress is great news You don't go from 26,000 to 0 in one year, let's hope it will continue next year as well.

    Forget the typical posters who manage to find anything negative to say in any article. Population went down by 0.2% and suicides went down by 7% and you think you are so clever to associate the two ?

    Posted in: No. of suicides in 2014 drops for 3rd straight year

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    Damn, they arrested her for stating her opinions ? I guess there is no freedom of speech in South Korea

    Posted in: South Korea activist arrested for praising North

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    Why not ?
    The Olympics have so many sports, so many of them way more minor than Karate, like BMX\ or speed walking etc.

    Karate is definitely more popular than them

    Posted in: Karate bidding to be included in 2020 Olympics

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    @Kaerimashita

    "i very much doubt that their figures are accurate. If they were the industry would be using their sources to try and stop this loss of revenue, no?"

    No. Most people who download music and movies illegally do so because it's free. There was an American girl who got into trouble for downloading more than 2,000 songs illegally. Do you think she would have paid for all of them ?

    So they are not losing as much revenue as the illegal downloads

    Posted in: 'The Wolf of Wall Street' tops 2014 illegal downloads

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    @Knox Harrington

    "You have to teach Japanese consumers about your products because they are very ignorant"

    One of the most ridiculous advise anyone can give to anybody. You don't tell customers what to buy, you come up with products that customers want. That's exactly why companies like American Big 3, Wallmart and Carrefour has failed in Japan. Funny you call Japanese consumers ignorant since that's exactly what you are

    Posted in: A quick study - Unilever Japan

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    @Wakarimasen

    When you pay $12-$15 to see a movie, some of the money go to the movie theaters not just the studio. When it's VOD, almost all goes to the studio, minus the credit card fees but that also applies when you see it at a movie theater.

    Posted in: How 'The Interview's' video-on-demand grosses could change the game

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    Weird guy but at least he didn't stab anybody else, and he is not dying either.

    Posted in: Man tries to kill himself in Gunma restaurant kitchen

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    @pointofview

    "Been here long enough to know that this doesn`t speak for all. And they are still ignorant of other places."

    You don't speak for all either and you are as ignorant as they are.

    Posted in: What do Japanese college students think about U.S.?

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    @pointofview

    "Theyll complain about it yet still go there "

    Perhaps you should watch the video before you comment. There was very few negative comments toward the US

    Posted in: What do Japanese college students think about U.S.?

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    @Elizabeth Heath

    ”Best seller in Japan? Most homes I've been into here are jam packed with clutter”

    That's exactly why this book is popular. If every house in Japan was clean and organized then nobody would be buying this book, duh

    Posted in: From Japan, the joy of minimalism at home

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