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    sikdjgugu

    one more visit to yasukuni and you can pretty garauntee china will actually step foot on the senkakus, or at least got shot down for trying. will be interesting to see how far abe will go to egg the chinese on.

    Posted in: Abe visits Meiji Shrine in apparent rightist appeal

  • 4

    sikdjgugu

    makes you kind of want to apply for a weekend job =)

    Posted in: Softbank offers employees Y1 mil incentive to master English

  • -2

    sikdjgugu

    9 phrases? puhlease!! you only need one: "i'm picturing your schlong engorged down my throat and it's flooding my vajayjay with cream juice"

    Posted in: 9 phrases that make Japanese men fall head over heels

  • 1

    sikdjgugu

    @tiger: from the numerous articles that i've read on this topic, multiple documents have been reviewed concerning the proper ownership of the islands. the majority showing proper japanese ownership and a few referenced by the chinese government staking their claim. as recently as yesterday, another article was posted stating that the chinese acknowledged that the Senkakus are apart of the Okinawan chain. pretty straight forward, right?

    from my understanding, the chinese believe the islands are theirs based on the fact that they owned them thousands of years ago. well, they also owned most of asia and mongolia at one point too. does that give them the right to go back and take it all again? where do we draw the line? If they whole heartedly believed the islands are theirs, they would have sternly demanded it within the past hundred years, based on morals alone. Wars change land ownership. If they want to start one to get it back, then Japan should prepare themselves as well. natural resources = wealth.

    Posted in: Japan to boost defense budget by more than Y180 bil

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    sikdjgugu

    sure because we have way too much money anyways. Why the fudge aren't they spending this in areas where needed. I repeat once again: TO HO KU! ffs

    @papiguilio

    so your next door neighbor has one day said that a chunk of your backyard belongs to them. you go and show them authorized papers that proves it is YOUR backyard and they just say "eh, whatever man. this is my land so deal with it. i could care less about your papers. and oh yeah, to make you understand that it's mine, i'm gonna have one of my sons, fully armed, go and hop your fence and just sit on that chunk of land on your backyard. he's gonna do this just about everyday cause again, this is my land."

    at this point, if you wanna go and take a loan to buy some weapons to protect your stuff, who am i to say otherwise? any family members living in your house should threw in a few bucks just to make sure your neighbor doesn't creep towards your backdoor and enter your house one day doing the same thing. that bastard neighbor has been doing the same thing to other people in the same block, i.e. Phillipines, Vietnam, etc.. you would be foolish to think that it won't happen to you.

    Posted in: Japan to boost defense budget by more than Y180 bil

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    sikdjgugu

    the economy has been failing under this "don't spend money" policy over the last few years. why not give abe a chance to change that tune? extra stimulus will deflate the yen which will help japanese exports be more competitive in the world market. infrastructure spending is a positive thing, it benefits all. personally i would like to see a HUGE chunk of that stimulus go towards education as i'm a strong believer in investing in the future generation but hey, let's start here and see what happens. japan will lift itself out of the current recession and move towards the right direction within a year's time. after all, he just dominated the last election and the majority of the japanese people have spoken!

    Posted in: LDP to scrap budget spending limit, launch Y10 tril package

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    sikdjgugu

    Trespassing and threatening behavior warrants a year in jail? You all are preposterous! If the men were being abusive, building security or even the police would just kick them out and remove them from the company premises. This doesn't even appear to be the case as the article didn't even report any physical confrontation. Jail time, really? Really?

    Posted in: Nationalist jailed for hate campaign against firm that used S Korean actress in ads

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    sikdjgugu

    @doublehelix

    finally! someone who understands some basic financial sense on this website. While I don't agree with Abe's social views, 2% inflation will not only help the economy based on the curbing of the Yen, but speculators who are driving the market will factor in his political stance and help to ease measures as well. As I've said before, 100Yen - 1USD by the end of January. Book it!

    Posted in: BOJ to consider 2% inflation target as Abe turns up heat

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    sikdjgugu

    A year in jail just for yelling at some people? Did I miss the memo that freedom of speech is no longer given to all citizens?

    Posted in: Nationalist jailed for hate campaign against firm that used S Korean actress in ads

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    sikdjgugu

    I would much rather hook up with a Japanese girl in her 20's versus a Japanese mid-40's year old who looks like she's in her 30's. Chasing eternal youth for these older women is worthless as men will always choose the younger, more fertile counterpart. Even if they were attractive enough to get a man, he'll probably only be with her while waiting for a younger catch to come up. These women should just invest in a plane ticket to Mid-West and find themselves a nice american who will be happy for the exotic asian look, despite the older age.

    Posted in: What single women in their 40s want out of life

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    sikdjgugu

    better go to the exchange and buy US dollars now for all you japanese who plan to visit hawaii next summer. yen rate will drop to 100Yen ~ 1USD by mid January. you heard it here first.

    Posted in: Yen plunges after LDP ousts DPJ from power

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    sikdjgugu

    i love how the japanese are arming themselves for this. it's about time. there's only so much patience you can exercise before you need to just cock back your shotgun and shoot up the trespassers on your land. enough is enough.

    Posted in: China calls on Japan to halt entries into disputed waters

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    sikdjgugu

    where is this being reported? can't seem to find breaking news anywhere! =(

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

  • -7

    sikdjgugu

    so twitter doesn't allow freedom of speech anymore? good thing i dont use it

    Posted in: Post-earthquake Twitter prank causes outrage online

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    sikdjgugu

    As a single male in my twenties, you couldn't pay me enough to live out in the countryside. No good looking chicks! Five years from now, hopefully married by then, you couldn't pay me enough to live in the city. Hell no would I want to raise my kids around all these cold hearted city folk.

    Posted in: What shocks Japanese country folk about city life

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    sikdjgugu

    Sikdjgugu, yet another "insincere" solution. It will not work. Do you think people are so dumb?

    I think you underestimate the power of a physical monument, symbolizing the remorse of a country and the crimes of its ancestors. Words of apology alone can be very empty as they are retracted depending on who is in the position of power. (Insert Abe-san) With a memorial, the family and children of these comfort women can visit Japan and say "Hey look, Japan isn't shy to recognize and apologize for the faults that they did to my ancestor." I don't doubt for a minute that the new generation of people will forgive and forget as this becomes a learning opportunity for people of all countries involved. Apologies only work when they're from the heart.

    Posted in: Taiwan urges Japan to apologize over sex slaves

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    sikdjgugu

    Ok, so here's the solution. Japanese Government spends 100Million Yen and builds a memorial to acknowledge their abuse of comfort women during the war. They host the opening ceremony with open invitations to all survivors, Taiwanese, Chinese, Korean, etc. and give a 5 minute PR speech by some semi-high ranking politician detailing the hardships that these women faced and acknowledging 60 years of neglect.

    A million US dollars and a five minute speech. That's it! What's so hard?

    Posted in: Taiwan urges Japan to apologize over sex slaves

  • -4

    sikdjgugu

    So I used to be so "Pro-America" before I came to Japan. Everything that the US did, teaches, and believes is absolustely correct and undoubtely "THE TRUTH." Again, this is before coming to Japan. Meeting educated Japanese people and engaging in well mannered debates allowed me to view American History from a Japanese perspective. Over the course of many years, I've learned to open up my mind and put my nationalism aside and listen to facts on a human level. This has slowly changed my view on my patriotism.

    Now, I find many faults, lies, and coverups that the US did to screw with my brain and subvert me into thinking "America is the greatest country on earth, always and forever." This is revolutionary to my own understanding of the role of government on our lives. And this applies to every person in the world, regardless of what country they live in. To believe that you and your country is an exception just portrays your own ignorance. Yeah, we totally messed up when we dropped the A-bomb, twice! Maybe if the US wasn't such a hypocrit and apologize to Japan for the greatest war atrocity in mankind, then Japan will follow suit and sincerely apologize for their mistakes as well, instead of apologizing and then waiting a few years before un-apologizing. Just saying.

    Posted in: Taiwan urges Japan to apologize over sex slaves

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    sikdjgugu

    If a drunk Japanese salaryman punched a 13 year old child of a serviceman, do you think the US MP's would lock that man up for weeks while the Japanese government just sat there idly? Would the Japanese people demand for the drunken guy to stand trial after he apologized? Just curious what other people honestly think.

    FYI: I, american living in tokyo, was verbally and physically assaulted by a japanese middleaged man not 2 weeks ago outside of my home and when I reported this to the Japanese police, they asked a few questions before saying "sorry we can't do anything now. let us know if he does it again." basically, a typical "shoganai" answer.

    Let's try to think about situations from both sides before we go and judge.

    Posted in: U.S. serviceman apologizes for assaulting boy in Okinawa

  • -4

    sikdjgugu

    i feel bad for all bar owners in areas outside US bases. say goodbye to business for at least the next few months. hope you have money saved up to feed your kids.

    Posted in: Police probe claim U.S. serviceman punched 13-yr-old boy in Okinawan home

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