Serrano's past comments

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    Serrano

    Something is worth whatever someone is willing to pay for it.

    "A T-shaped stalk is left on the fruit"

    Without the T-shaped stalks, those melons would have fetched only one million yen.

    Posted in: Pair of Yubari melons fetch Y1.5 mil at auction

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    Love is Calling, eh? How about Lava Lamps Calling?

    Posted in: Art attack

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    "the sanctuary’s museum, which its critics say glorifies Japan’s actions during World War II."

    I haven't visted this museum myself, but if the critics are correct, why hasn't it been shut down?

    Posted in: China raps Japan after Abe's wife visits Yasukuni shrine

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    "The whole instability of this area began with the Iraq-Iran War starting in 1980."

    Or, starting with the prophet Muhammad around 600.

    Posted in: IS militants purge Palmyra of Assad loyalists

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    When guys take their shoes off, they should immediately spray them with deodorant, and if they're visiting someone, spray their socks with the deodorant, or if they're home, take them off and put them in the washing machine and take a shower, lol.

    Posted in: What do you think of the custom of taking one's shoes off before coming indoors at home? Would you do it in your country?

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    "In the scene, a woman visits her boyfriend, a Communist seized by Japanese soldiers, in jail... He puts his hand under her dress to find a grenade, which she then detonates, killing everyone in the cell."

    So she kills a Chinese Communist! No wonder China's media watchdog is upset!

    Posted in: China to investigate anti-Japan TV drama over crotch grenade scene

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    "Japan plans to provide $110 billion to help develop roads, ports and other infrastructure in Asia"

    I knew all that extra money the government has been raking in since they upped the sales tax on everything to 8% a year ago would enable Abe to promise to give away $110 billion of it!

    Posted in: Japan ups ante in race to boost influence in Asia with cash

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    The lamb burger and the Mexican burger look too tall for even Julia Roberts to get into her mouth.

    Posted in: The Kong Show introduces some terrific burgers

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    Either this is sooooooo made up or it's total fiction.

    Posted in: Hero lady apparently saves guy from groping accusations by posing as girlfriend

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    "One reason smoking is so addictive is that it’s a highly efficient nicotine delivery system, McNeill says. “Smoking a tobacco cigarette is one of the best ways of getting nicotine to the brain - it’s faster even than intravenous injection.”

    Good grief...

    "Smoking kills half of all those who do it - plus 600,000 people a year who don’t, via second-hand smoke"

    Good grief!

    Posted in: Is nicotine all bad?

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    "Goodbye, Dave. Except for Johnny Carson, there was none better."

    What about Jay Leno? Exactly, exactly!

    Posted in: Final Letterman show draws record 14 million viewers

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    "reduce salaries"

    Welcome to the club, lol.

    Posted in: Cathay cabin crew threatens summer strike

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    "The sooner they go bankrupt the better of young kids will be"

    Yeah, the young kids can eat Lotteria burgers and fries, and ramen, and katsu-kare, lol.

    Posted in: McDonald's Japan revamps menu, prices after food scandals

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    "Handing down a reduced sentence of 10 months, suspended for a period of two years, High Court judge Kim Sang-Hwan said the threat Cho’s actions had presented to the safety and security of the aircraft was “modest”.

    “The accused had no intention of hampering the safe operation of the plane,” Kim said."

    Maybe not, but the accused is guilty of being a total idiot, causing bad feelings and inconveniencing everyone on the plane and everyone involved with operations of the flight.

    Posted in: Appeals court frees Korean Air heiress in 'nut rage' case

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    "So what the hell do we do now?"

    Ask China for help?

    Posted in: Fears mount over Palmyra as IS expands territory in Syria

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    Serrano

    "Jasim Mohammed, 49, who owns a women’s clothing shop, said an Islamic State member had told him he must now sell only traditional Islamic garments.

    “I had to remove the mannequins and replace them with other means of displaying the clothes. He told me that I shouldn’t sell underwear because it’s forbidden,” he said."

    This is all George W. Bush, Dick Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld's fault, right, Madverts?

    Posted in: Iraq deploys tanks as Islamic State tightens grip on Ramadi

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    Quick, deport them to Ramadi before the Iraqi government takes it back from IS.

    Posted in: Canadian police arrest 10 youths for wanting to join IS

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    Serrano

    IS has been getting their asses kicked in other parts of Iraq, they're going to win one once in a while. They'll be kicked out of Ramadi eventually.

    "I have forgotten the reason the US invaded Iraq

    Let me remind you, there were three reasons:

    1) So little Bush could finish the job big Bush didn't..."

    Big Bush and the rest of the world.

    "...2) To secure cheap oil

    3) To bring lots of money to the war machine"

    You forgot: To remove from power a dictator who ruled Iraq for 25 years, gassed the Kurds, lobbed missiles at Iranian cities, invaded Kuwait, etc.

    Posted in: IS militants slaughter collaborators after taking Iraqi city of Ramadi

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    "The demonstrators are demanding 100% clean energy. "

    And I am demanding an increase in my salary to offset inflation, but I'm probably not going to get it.

    Posted in: Climate control

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    "This should be the new statement. "What is past, is past. We don't talk about it anymore."

    Murayama said in a recent NHK interview that what needed an apology needed an apology.
    Unfortunately Abe doesn't think that.

    Posted in: Murayama urges Abe to follow his lead on war apology

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