Jay Que's past comments

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    Jay Que

    I find ‘gokiburi’ absolutely revolting. Thats why we need cats to hunt these buggers down.

    Posted in: Roach-induced asthma cases on the rise

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    Darpa's research gave us the internet. Was that not well spent money? Yet now, Google, creature of the 'net, has been ordered to erase bad memories from their servers, by EU edict, for and by people who prefer to be unknown. Irony. Anyway, this is another great step forward, but to where does is lead. What will be the new creature as a result of these discoveries?

    Posted in: U.S. military awards $40 million toward memory implant

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    Jay Que

    Big Brother has arrived, and he ain't leaving.

    Posted in: Regular people far outnumber foreigners being spied on by NSA: Washington Post

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    Jay Que

    Too bad.

    Ill mannered men do no good nor help the LDP's many worthy causes, with this nonsense.

    Grow up, lads.

    Learn how to be respectful and maybe others who notice such things would respect you.
    One of the quickest way to lose your seat in politics is to be offensive to ladies worthy of respect. That's my 2 yens worth.

    Posted in: Tokyo assemblywoman heckled on why she isn't married or having children

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    Jay Que

    How about a monument to the victims of communism permanently installed at the entrance to Mao's mausoleum...

    Posted in: Japan blasts Chinese bid for U.N. recognition of Nanjing massacre

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    Jay Que

    Abe's policies are really very good steps in the right direction and I applaud this latest move.

    Posted in: Highly skilled foreigners to be allowed to stay permanently in Japan

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    Japan itself was formed by "climate change", seismic ans tectonic shifting. So what? What legislation by man can alter the course of the wind, the movement of the earth itself? Trying to call opponents of myopic "climate change legislation", knaves explaining away something so obvious to "believers", is in itself beyond belief. Seas rise and fall, continents move, fire spews from undersea volcanoes. Quick, pass a law!

    Posted in: Rising seas wash Japanese war dead from Pacific island graves

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    The kids buried after Tiannamen Squares massacre who dreampt of a free China - not under the boot and gun of communism, would surely cry at the myopia here.

    Posted in: Let Japan help defend America - and itself

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    Saitama, Japan's Brooklyn (Crooklyn).

    Posted in: Glass windows and toilets found broken at Saitama aquarium

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    Jay Que

    I hope they will discuss how, together with the ROC/Taiwan -- officially & diplomatically recognized by the Holy See/Vatican, Japan can help mainland China evolve and convert into a more peaceful, free, honest, respectful and democratic nation. Good luck Abe-san.

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    Jay Que

    ...there seems to be a penchant, among certain homocidal types in parts of Japan, for storing bodies in luggage and related places. Is this an outlier to the dangerous effect of the Louis Vitton craze among Japanese ladies?

    Posted in: Body found in Tokyo luggage storage room identified as missing Osaka nurse

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    Jay Que

    really... whats with Saitama? Japans' Brooklyn?

    Posted in: 17-year-old boy arrested for murdering grandparents

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    Jay Que

    The only Japanese territorial claim that US Policymakers say is 100% Japan are the northern territories, occupied by Russia, all the rest have weasel words, like, administered by Japan, per Jim Zumwalt at the State Dept, in charge of East Asian Affairs. Still, Abe's moves are seen as sound and welcome.

    Posted in: Japan to establish military outposts on remote islands

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    No compensation for the victims of communism? Hmm.

    Posted in: Hundreds of Chinese families seek wartime compensation from Japan

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    Jay Que

    Adelsons got his fingers in all those gambling den pies. Its a vice and is a shameful pursuit. I worry for the future victims of gambling addiction, a step up from the gateway of pachinko etc. People lose not just their money.

    Posted in: U.S. casino billionaires place bets in Japan's tale of two cities

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    Jay Que

    Mr. 3-D printer handgun is a modern Ryoma Sakamoto, challenging the old order, today's Samurai, with his audacious introduction of the 3-D "Smith & Wesson".

    http://www.tofugu.com/2013/03/18/the-revolutionary-sakamoto-ryoma/

    http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sakamoto_Ry%C5%8Dma

    http://www.kochi-bunkazaidan.or.jp/~ryoma/english1.htm

    Posted in: Police make first arrest over 3-D printer guns

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    Jay Que

    Unfortunately Obama tries to bully Japan into putting the traditional rice farmers out of business, but of course things don't happpen in a unipolar vacuum anymore, PRC relishes the chance to step in an exclude the USA.

    Posted in: China pushes for rival trans-Pacific trade deal as TPP talks remain stuck

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    Jay Que

    So Obama said, I am really weak and unpopular at home with barely 40% approval, 60% disapproval --- and you, PM Abe are very popular by comparison...... well, at least on that part, Obama was quite correct. If thats really a good method of persuation to get Abe to start doing unpopular things as well, ummm, that doesnt sound like leadership, that sounds like the swan song of a lemming. Come this way, "concede" to me really unpopular measures, as I have. Oy, ve.

    Posted in: Abe says Obama just wanted to talk trade at sushi dinner

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    Jay Que

    Absolutelt agree with subyyaki. Japan shows more backbone compared to my mommy jeans wearing President.

    Posted in: Japan says sex slave issue not a diplomatic topic after Obama comments

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    Jay Que

    Lets look at this MOL ship seizure for a moment: On a different side to the same coin, it wasn't long ago that the independent US regulatory agency overseeing maritime transport, ruled that both K Line and NYK Lines, very reputable Japanese ocean carriers, pay fines of @ $1 million each for... the kind of things only a statist uber regulator can come up with. An arbitrary number thrown at them to pay up, or else. Then on the heels of that, the same US regulators held a Global Summit of Regulators in DC end of last year, and their vaunted main invited guests from overseas were from... the PRC, plus EU regulators. No one from Japan. Sharing notes on how and who to "regulate". So, the MOL vessel wasnt seized illegally, it was held up by the Regulators. For "just cause" operating under "the rule of law." MOL didnt pay ransom, it was just a fee, a settlement. Until the next time it happens. Yes, the PRC and those in lock step with their mind set -- makes this a more unfair, unjust and dangerous world, and businesses must realize the risk. "Regulators of the world unite", paraphrasing the old Marxist slogan.

    Posted in: China frees ship after Mitsui O.S.K. pays $28 mil

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