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Jay QueFeb. 04, 2016 - 09:05PM JST
I shall remember this boy and his family this morning when I pray in church, as I do every morning, where I remember by own dearly loved one, who passed away from this world in the same way. too many, too many. r.i.p.
Posted in: 14-year-old boy found dead in apparent suicide at home
Jay QueJan. 20, 2016 - 11:52AM JST
Normal tranquil relations between democratic nations are natural, while democracies & dictatorships will never have normal tranquil relations. If your neighbor beats his wife, and you love your wife, what kind of relation can one expect?
Jay QueJan. 18, 2016 - 09:01PM JST
In the US a lot of this is tied to abuse of addictive prescription medication, pain meds, mood meds, either legally prescribed or otherwise. I wonder what the difference is between the US and Japan in this regard? (I look into this subject closely, having lost a loved one...)
Posted in: No. of suicides in Japan drops below 25,000 for first time in 18 years
Jay QueJan. 18, 2016 - 08:51PM JST
Any piece of paper with a picture of Mao Tse Tung on it, is fools gold in my opinion. Eventually it will collapse.
Posted in: China orders foreign banks to hold yuan
Jay QueJan. 17, 2016 - 10:00AM JST
I second OssanAmerica's sentiment, a hearty Congratulations to the people of Taiwan, a proud and strong Democracy with Chinese characters, free, independent, in control of their own destiny; a beacon for those suffering under dictatorial regimes everywhere. Best of luck to you! - Joe Quinn, New York City
Posted in: Taiwan elects 1st female president, rejects pro-China party
Jay QueDec. 07, 2015 - 09:57AM JST
Umm, get married and be faithful?
Posted in: An old scourge, syphilis, making a comeback
Jay QueNov. 02, 2015 - 01:34PM JST
While interesting I sense that it is highly unlikely the writers are or will ever be voters in Republican primaries. Outsiders looking in and scratching their heads, as if viewing some strange animals in a zoo. Kind of like what Sen Ted Cruz said of the cnbc "moderators" who were intent on creating a "cage match". Oh those dang wacky conservatives pitted against the establishment, replaying itself... not. . Sorry, No cigar is won by this opinion piece. I think we have some great candidates and a deep bench for filling in an excellent Cabinet. Personally, I have always liked Rand, and Kasich. By the way, I have a humorous wish. That Donald Trump be named our next Ambassador to the UN, to help transition that property in Kips Bay Manhattan into a Casino with special zoning status, keeping its international oasis netherworld status; the normal laws of the USA still won't apply there, but Pappa Donald will be in charge of the security to eject the poor losers. And "the enemies". Ah, just a dream. This, coming from a former RNC staffer circa 1981-82, during the early Reagan years. (I was a national advanceman.) What highly dramatic and great days those were, and in 2016+ the best is yet to come! (Oh, ps - I am just waiting for that email to me from the moderator saying "Off Topic, Opinion Removed! Happens so frequently... wonder why? )
Posted in: Primaries are what keep GOP out of the White House
Jay QueOct. 21, 2015 - 08:55PM JST
On an article about Japans plutonium and the PRC's hypocricy, the US hater(s) come out (no peace/protect). Whoa, way to go! Got me convinced, not.
Jay QueOct. 17, 2015 - 10:36PM JST
Chump aside, Republicans have some excellent candidates. I like Rand Paul, to seize control from the centralized Regulatory Nation Nanny State. Go, team!
Posted in: Two simple reasons a Republican will likely win in 2016
Jay QueOct. 17, 2015 - 10:32PM JST
Posted in: Indian girls aged 2 and 5 'gang-raped' in New Delhi: police
Jay QueOct. 17, 2015 - 10:24PM JST
I like going there because I know it will piss off leftists, Chinese Communists and all "you" others with a big chip on your shoulders. As the son of a WWII US Army vetern, I go there and pray for the deceased.
Posted in: Abe sends ritual offering to Yasukuni shrine
Jay QueSep. 29, 2015 - 09:44PM JST
Most rightist like me, in the US, opposed the UN "Law of the Sea" convention, as we do not trust almost anything coming out of the UN, while Japan seems to love the UN, funding it lavishly over the years, while getting no help with the Southern Kuriles, Senkaku, etc. Good for the Kiwis, though. It's a Teddy Roosevelt kinda move; "Bully!" ;-)
Posted in: New Zealand to create massive marine sanctuary the size of France
Jay QueSep. 03, 2015 - 10:08PM JST
As Nixon once referred to the solid, sensible yet suffering middle class American, these Japan loving tourists are indeed "the silent majority". Some day, they will be enfranchised and empowered with universal suffrage... in America its @ the 100th anniversary of women gaining the right to vote (love our suffragettes!) That is what the CCP overlords fear most. Democracy, justice. Japan: build a lasting democracy and a lovely peaceful country and you will remain the envy of China and the rest of the world.
Jay QueAug. 31, 2015 - 08:09PM JST
The CCP fans the flames of racism. Lackies hoot and howl.
Posted in: Japanese residents in Beijing batten down ahead of parade
Jay QueAug. 29, 2015 - 09:57PM JST
How to say Kowtow in Korean? Comsymp.
Posted in: U.N. chief Ban defends China parade trip after Japanese concern
Jay QueAug. 22, 2015 - 09:57PM JST
"Communists in China should reflect deeply about killing 60 million or so Chinese in the purge by Mao."
Posted in: China slams Japan after Abe's wife visits Yasukuni shrine
Jay QueAug. 18, 2015 - 11:45AM JST
They cut the interview of Mao by budding journalist Brian Williams, it was a hummdinger. http://picturesdotnews.com/2014/12/15/world-leaders-as-hipsters-by-amit-shimoni/
Posted in: Chinese film on WWII summit lambasted online for distorting history
Jay QueAug. 16, 2015 - 07:15PM JST
I will make a point to go to pray, again, and again, at Yasukini shrine, to both pray for the dead as well as to screw with the communists & Japan-haters. As I already have done.
Btw, my dad was a WWII vet who lost many friends in the war: http://www.thebest-of.info/Q/jfq-aug091945.htm
Posted in: China denounces Japanese ministers' Yasukuni shrine visits
Jay QueAug. 16, 2015 - 09:34AM JST
A democratic China - on the mainland, beyond the island nation Taiwan ROC, would prove a great friend to Japan and other advanced democracies.
Posted in: 'Children of the aggressors' - Japanese war babies adopted by China
Jay QueAug. 06, 2015 - 08:43PM JST
Pray for thet dead.
Posted in: By The Numbers: The atomic bombing of Hiroshima
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Feb. 11, 2016 - 04:56AM JST
Up to an additional $52.7 Million just for wood seats in the stadium?! What are they…
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.
Feb. 11, 2016 - 04:35AM JST
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Posted in: Australia introduces medicinal cannabis legislation
Feb. 11, 2016 - 04:31AM JST
Bernie is awesome. He's getting young people interested in the political process and young people these…
Posted in: Sanders, Trump win in New Hampshire
Feb. 11, 2016 - 04:28AM JST
This woman wants to limit any opinions against that of the right-wing government, and you know…
Posted in: Cabinet minister looks at possible suspensions over politically biased broadcasts
Feb. 11, 2016 - 03:55AM JST
It may well turn out that something more serious than sanctions will have to be implemented.…
Posted in: Japan may tighten sanctions in wake of N Korean rocket launch
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