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    A small-scale Japanese study last year, among others, suggested there was a connection between chomping and cognitive function, and the belief in a link between chewing and health is widely held in Japan.

    Typical snakeoil rubbish. I'm sure a few idiots will buy it.

    Posted in: Chewing too much hassle? Here's just the thing

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    Justice minister undone by cheap paper fan

    No, she was undone by being a liar. If she had come out straight away and said she was sorry, I bet she'd still have a job.

    Posted in: Justice minister undone by cheap paper fan

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    Matsushima was the worse of the 2, by far.

    The Justice Minister, blatantly lying in front of everyone?! Disgusting.

    Posted in: Obuchi resigns over misuse of political funds; justice minister also resigns

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    The D was awful as always, and Kawashima STINKS!

    Posted in: Neymar on fire as Brazil routs Japan 4-0

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    “I think the Japanese need to remain cool-headed,”

    A SK politician is telling Japan to remain cool-headed about something?? Hahahaha.

    Posted in: S Korea urges Japan to calm down over Japanese reporter

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    Because they think people care about the stupid little differences in policy thought up by crooked old men.

    Posted in: Why are there so many opposition parties (at least seven) in Japanese politics?

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    I hope not.

    Cheaters should be banned for life.

    Posted in: Is end in sight of forgiveness for dopers?

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    The government should make it illegal to have noisy bikes. Most of these idiotd intentionally make their bikes noisier because they are dickless losers.

    Posted in: Biker assaulted by iron bar-wielding Nara innkeeper

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    Who is writing the commentary here? It appears initially to be part of the survey but as I get through the article it becomes obvious that his/her own comments were not from those actually surveyed but rather from his or her own opinions about the places - a couple of which this author commented on while admitting never to have set foot in the place... Next time comments from those that actually responded to the survey would be more interesting and helpful.

    You have to remember that it's a Rocketnews article.

    Posted in: Survey ranks Japan’s most and least welcoming restaurants of 2014

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    I didn't know ninjas wore ski goggles and orange boiler suits.

    Posted in: After 15 years of ninja action, manga Naruto is ending next month

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    @HongoTAFEinmate

    @Probie Thanks for your deep analysis of the situation obviously based on a wealth of experience.....

    I spent almost 20 years in the marines, so yeah. What is your background?

    ISIS is to be found in Syria and Iraq, its members are mostly Arabs. On the other hand, Persian is the language of Iran, a country inhabited by Iranians who definitely are not Arabs.

    Sorry, my mistake. Used to saying Persian. Long time over there does that to you.

    ISIS is extremist Sunni, the dominant Islamic sect in many Arab countries. Sunni extremists hate the Shiites, the Islamic sect dominant in Iran. Thus, if this chap spoke Persian he would probably; (a) not be getting involved with an extremist Sunni group and (b) not advertising the fact. But hey, lets not let the facts get in the way...

    So, your main point is correcting me on the use of one word? Well done.

    Posted in: Police question university student, others over plan to join Islamic State

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    Let the idiot go to Syria. He'll soon find out that it's not like the movies.

    No military training, probably doesn't even speak English, let alone Persian. Certainly won't have read and understood the Quran. One less moron in this country would be a good thing. ISIS would eat him alive; or he'd end up like that other loser, Yukawa. Other than being dressed in orange, kneeling while reading a statement, he'd be of zero use to them.

    Posted in: Police question university student, others over plan to join Islamic State

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    Vinyl beats CD anytime. Of course people who never listened vinyl will disagree.

    I was brought up listening to vinyl. CDs are far superior.

    Google "vinyl vs cd" for a lot more proof...

    Posted in: Which offers the best sound quality for listening to music?

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    Idiot.

    Posted in: Surf's up

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    So may people falling for the vinyl myth...

    Posted in: Which offers the best sound quality for listening to music?

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    do you think that Japan could handle and deal properly with radical Islam?

    I don't think any country can handle and deal properly with radical Islam. Not even other Islamic countries can. Japan would have even less of a clue than countries with large Muslim populations. The only thing I could think of that would be of an advantage to them, would be that if anyone who wanted to do anything like terrorism here, and they were middle-eastern, they would stick out like a sore thumb. They would recruit some Japanese losers who fall in love with the "romance" of being an "Islamic warrior", but even still. Radicals who can blend into the local non-radical Muslims are dangerous. I just don't think there are any here. Or if there are, not in numbers that are dangerous. It might only take one nut with a purpose and a bomb, but that nut has to get help from somewhere. Most Muslims are peaceful, so I doubt any radicals would find help easily, especially here.

    Japan is a very easy target though. I just hope ISIS or whoever don't realize that.

    Posted in: Could Islamic State reach Japan?

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    Best: Russia

    Worst: Japan (dirge)

    Posted in: Which country's national anthem do you find the most inspiring?

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    Kyary Pamyu Pamyu plays dress-up in new Nintendo 3DS ad

    Yeah, this is news because she never plays dress up....

    Posted in: Kyary Pamyu Pamyu plays dress-up in new Nintendo 3DS ad

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    @StormR

    Not that I care but, what is with the secrecy?? You're not holding secret nuclear information.

    Posted in: What sites, besides Japan Today, do you usually visit to read news about Japan?

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