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    shinhiyata

    Another rude awakening here in south Iwate. Even the kids were knocked out of bed by this one. They usually sleep right through them, but this was particularly strong where we are at. Got some tidying up to do before I'm off to work at the Science Patrol.

    Posted in: M6.6 earthquake rocks northeastern Japan

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    shinhiyata

    Maybe the 'Security' Council should be focusing on more pressing issues with the DPRK like their banned chemical and biological weapons factories? The intelligence agencies of most member nations have been well aware for years of the Kim clique's attempts to reanimate the Smallpox and Spanish Influenza viruses. Who cares about the nuclear bomb program when fatso already has the world's largest arsenal of sarin, tabun, ricin, and VX nerve gas and the missile delivery systems to render Seoul and Tokyo uninhabitable for centuries. The elephant in the room will probably be covered with anthrax and bubonic plague lesions by the time they get around to addressing this.

    Posted in: U.N. investigator urges pressure on N Korea over abductions

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    shinhiyata

    I'm going to step outside the box and list my fave frightening TV show episodes

    The Night Stalker - They Have Been, They Are, They Will Be

    Space 1999 - Dragon's Domain

    Star Trek - The Doomsday Machine

    Posted in: What are the three scariest movies you have ever seen?

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    shinhiyata

    When did japan suffered from a hydrogen bomb attack?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daigo Fukuryu Maru

    Posted in: A-bomb survivors criticize Putin's remarks on Crimea

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    shinhiyata

    In southeast England, you will usually find crop circle formations in fields of this particular plant.

    Posted in: Spring colors

  • 3

    shinhiyata

    It's not about socialism or communism, or theocracy, or democracy. This has nothing to do with the feeble labels that we put on what we perceive to be a system of government in power. But just like Putin and Yanukovych, Saddam and Assad, Chavez and Maduro, the Ayatollahs and the teabaggers, Kirchner and Rousseff, etc... It's about megalomaniac kleptocrats who have ripped off the citizens of their respective nations for untold billions with their neo-mafia crime syndicates. These so-called leaders are nothing but common crooks who have stolen uncommonly huge sums of national resources from their hopeless and grovelling citizens and executed their 'political' opponents. And what's more, Dilma even has a hairstyle as bad as Kim Jong Un. She has to go for that reason alone.

    Posted in: Hundreds of thousands march to demand Brazil president's impeachment

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    shinhiyata

    It's a noble gesture but maybe they should start out from one of the multi-generation slave labor concentration camps, or maybe from one of the bacteriological and chemical weapons factories, or maybe from the Punggye-ri nuclear bomb test site, or maybe from fatso smuggler top's Ryongsong palace, or maybe the Sohae ICBM launch facility? Yeah, it's a great idea, but just being able to leave the living nightmare that is the DPRK when 20 million prisoners can not is the real miracle.

    Posted in: Nobel laureates among women planning march across Korean DMZ

  • 5

    shinhiyata

    RIP my Vulcan friend. You made our universe truly 'Fascinating'.

    Posted in: Leonard Nimoy, famous as Mr Spock on 'Star Trek,' dies at 83

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    shinhiyata

    Considering the DPRK biological weapon laboratories have been working for years to reanimate the smallpox and Spanish influenza viruses, humans should be more afraid of diseases coming out of NK than the Kim clique is with Ebola going in. Keep your borders closed fatso. Humanity wants nothing to do with you anyway.

    Posted in: North Korea, running scared from Ebola, bans foreigners from marathon

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    shinhiyata

    I think all of you have overlooked the most obvious. The real reason Japan can never ask the US for an apology is that the Imperial military had its own atomic bomb program during the war and had hoped to sail suicide submarines into west coast ports of the US. It has even been claimed that the Japanese successfully tested a crude uranium device on an island off the coast of North Korea.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japanesenuclearweapon_program

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4iE-0tRGjy8

    And in another regard, most of the scientists who developed the atomic bombs used on Japan were not American, and crucial portions of the physics used had been discovered by Japanese scientists. The allies were well aware that the Nazis had an atomic bomb program and were assisting the Japanese. It was feared that inviting the Japanese to witness the Trinity test would only encourage them to continue in their own pursuit of a nuclear weapon.

    Posted in: How come Japan has never demanded an official apology from any U.S. government for the dropping of atomic bombs on two of its cities? In fact, why don't Japanese hate America for dropping the bombs?

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    shinhiyata

    Saw these guys open for Ozzy in 84 on the SATD tour. Decent show. But they had lost it by the time I saw them again w/ Whitesnake in 88.

    Posted in: Motley Crue to end with New Year blowout; 5 concerts set for Japan in February

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    shinhiyata

    RC - considering the current mindset of the Russian president, I think we are more likely to see another repeat of the KAL 007 tragedy, rather than one involving the JSDF. Since the Russians shot down Malaysia Air 17 with impunity, that sad milestone has already been passed by Putin on his path to ruin.

    Posted in: Japan says jets scrambling at record pace to counter Chinese, Russian intrusions

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    shinhiyata

    Tibet does not belong to China. The communists forsook their illegal stewardship of the Dalai and Panchen Lamas' country decades ago. What Mao did to Tibet and its esoteric Buddhist culture was not only a pogrom against the Tibetan people but a crime against all consciousness, an atrocity against sentience itself.

    Posted in: China protests over Japan's comments on border dispute with India

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    shinhiyata

    Hey ME, both her parents were dead at the time of her marriage. Toshiro Mifune died in 1997. Her mother died in 1995. Mika was married in Sept 1998. Not sure what the legal parameters of such a situation could have been, but can really blame her dead parents?

    Posted in: Mika Mifune, rocker husband Joji Takahashi to divorce

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    shinhiyata

    SS3 - I've been to nearly 300 concerts. I've seen Motorhead 11 times.

    All Lemmy ever did was stand there and sing, but it was definitely not boring.

    You wasted your money. Susan Boyle rocks harder than SAS.

    Posted in: Southern All Stars to release first new album in 10 years in March

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    shinhiyata

    RawFish&RiceWinethethird - Please give me some of what you were on when you saw this band live and thought they were better than the Beatles. SAS fails on all levels. They are neither listenable nor watchable. Lawrence Welk rocks harder than SAS (and he's been dead for 20 years).

    Posted in: Southern All Stars to release first new album in 10 years in March

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    shinhiyata

    One of the most insipid and lackluster bands in all of musical history. BabyMetal should kick their behinds for releasing anything with 'killer' in the title. This is NOT rock and roll.

    Posted in: Southern All Stars to release first new album in 10 years in March

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    shinhiyata

    RIP Mr Cocker - one of the few whose voice could move me to tears and laughter

    I loved your duet with John Belushi just as much as Woodstock

    Posted in: Singer Joe Cocker dies at 70

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    shinhiyata

    No George Lazenby, no 'Real 007'.

    Posted in: Next Bond film will be called 'SPECTRE'

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    shinhiyata

    I said 'sane parent'. Not a parent who glorifies a terrorist mass murderer or axe-wielding psychopath. Sort of like naming your avatar after someone who married their 11 year old brother, ne?

    Posted in: N Korea forbids people from using same name as leader

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