Menpsycho's past comments

  • -7

    Menpsycho

    Actually, I think the Yasakuni - horcrux analogy is pretty acurate!

    Posted in: China's UK envoy compares Japanese militarism to Voldemort

  • 0

    Menpsycho

    But I aspect that the main attribute required is 100 percent lack of fear of shattering your collar-bone or turning your skull into splinters ; )

    Arrive at the end of the arena alive and in one piece?

    This is what I thought... Aerodynamics makes sense too. I was trying to envision what they do during practice...

    Posted in: Soaring

  • 0

    Menpsycho

    I've always wondered what the strategies are for this sport? What makes a good ski jumper?

    Posted in: Soaring

  • 21

    Menpsycho

    I wouldn't worry, obviously Japanese commonly violate all of these. Maybe it's important if you're dining with the Emperor.

    Posted in: 10 little-known rules for eating Japanese food

  • 4

    Menpsycho

    I agree with Hayashi san, the rendering looks awesome. Tokyo is not about subtlety, it's often the inspiration for futuristic megacities. If they were trying to stick it in Kyoto or something, that would be different.

    Posted in: Japan scaling down 2020 Olympic stadium after criticism of cost

  • 2

    Menpsycho

    Don't worry Jackie, you're immortal in my mind!

    Posted in: As body ages, Jackie Chan longs for Hollywood's full embrace

  • 3

    Menpsycho

    I'm pretty sure I'll notice an inch difference since just taking the magazines out helps me. At 6'3" I'm usually already wedged in. Updated, ligher, more efficent seats are a great idea, but I'm totally against ANY reduction in pitch. If it weren't for crashworthy safety requirements, we'd by flying like a rush hour Odakyu train...

    Posted in: New seats let U.S. airlines squeeze in more passengers

  • 0

    Menpsycho

    First sentance should read: Japan’s GS Yuasa, the troubled battery supplier for Boeing’s Dreamliner, ...

    Posted in: Dreamliner battery maker Yuasa ties up with Germany's Bosch

  • 3

    Menpsycho

    I'm really proud of Bell and Boeing for persevering with a new concept. It's definitely starting to prove itself, someday hopefully it will provide good return on investment. Almost every other major development program in the US Armed Forces is an upgrade/modification of an existing product. I'm afraid innovation is really going to suffer due to extreme risk aversion. Of course we want safe products also, tricky to find a balance. Anyway, go Osprey!

    Posted in: U.S. Marines land Osprey aircraft on Japanese naval vessel

  • -1

    Menpsycho

    Completely not what I want. I have a laptop and iPad for skype/facebook/casual gaming/etc... I want a console that does one thing very well: run epic, awesome, games with stunning graphics and music without crashing! I feel like something that tries to do everything usually does everything OK and nothing great... I'll wait for the console that DOES appeal to the core gamer.

    Posted in: Microsoft touts Xbox One as all-in-one entertainment

  • -1

    Menpsycho

    "Indecision is the graveyard of good intentions." - Unknown

    "A compromise is the art of dividing a cake in such a way that everyone believes that he has got the biggest piece." - Ludwig Erhard

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  • -3

    Menpsycho

    The Crittendon Plan!

    Posted in: Fukushima to get 20,000 cherry trees on 190-km coast

  • -1

    Menpsycho

    Surf: I'm far from an expert regarding debacle, but I have a hard time beliving what you're saying because in 2012 the government could pay me to work 40 hours a week but in 2013, with sequestration, they'll only be able to pay me to work 32 hours. Unless they're robbing Peter to pay Paul, which I wouldn't be surprised...

    Posted in: Crisis looms in U.S. as budget cuts hit on Friday

  • 1

    Menpsycho

    As others have posted, I can't help feel bad for the average Kim in DPRK. Even if the launch is a sucess, it's such old technology. I can see the point of self reliance, but they're being left in the dust.

    in the hands of an 20-something incipient megalomaniac

    I think it's really in the hands of a deep seated military leadership. They look so self important everytime I see them on TV clapping away while everything around them looks 50 years out of date.

    Posted in: N Korean rocket passes over Okinawa; U.N. Security Council to meet

  • 4

    Menpsycho

    No matter who you try blame, people should be more considerate of others.

    Posted in: Australian radio station to give $500,000 to nurse's family

  • -2

    Menpsycho

    All JSA has to do is find tall, overweight Japanese men that want to wrestle for fame and glory except at the same time don't mind living like a shinto priest. How hard can it be?

    I think some more incentive might be good. It seems 90% of the wrestlers are happy in the middle of the herd which makes for some snooze inducing matches. Though before I pass judgement, I'd love to know if it really is that easy to fall flat on your face right out of the tachi ai.

    Posted in: Would-be sumo wrestler numbers at all-time low

  • 1

    Menpsycho

    If something this trivial in the grand scheme of things triggers a war, then humanity is truly doomed.

    Posted in: Asian territory disputes could trigger war: Panetta

  • 1

    Menpsycho

    Pole dancers, world's tallest Mohawk and death of a fictitious person. Interesting news day...

    Posted in: Marvel comics kills off beloved Professor X, founder of X-Men

  • 0

    Menpsycho

    Looks like a real professional event.

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  • 4

    Menpsycho

    I think we're giving him too much credit. My guess is the current trend will be followed:

    1) Promise everything. 2) Get elected. 3) Do nothing in order not to offend anyone. 4) ??? 5) Profit. 6) Repeat

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