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    With the situation in Mexico regarding graft and corruption in law enforcement, he should declare martial law and put the military in charge of law enforcement. It's not like Mexico is going to war with anyone soon.

    Posted in: Mexican president announces anti-crime crackdown

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    Make the excuses first.

    Posted in: Hanyu not 100% but eager to make GP Final

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    @johnnygaigin:

    Like what....a high paying security guard job?

    41 yo and probably dead-ended in his job, notice it does not say "police sergeant" so might have been passed over for promotion a few times.

    24 yo, WTF?

    As I have said often on this forum, suicide is a permanent solution to a temporary problem. The only thing it ensures is that things are not going to get better.

    Posted in: Two police officers commit suicide in Osaka, Miyazaki

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    This is an absolutely georgeous vessel. Have a look:

    http://www.princess.com/learn/ships/sp/

    With all the safety features on modern cruise ships, it's pretty hard to just fall overboard, you have to jump or do something incredibly stupid, Being that the passenger was 84 years old.......I'm guessing he jumped.

    Posted in: Cruise ship passenger lost overboard off Sydney

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    i wonder if the lady cop in the car is gonna do the whipping?

    Pay S$800 and get whipped by a cute chick.......sounds like a Japanese SM club ......... but cheaper!

    Posted in: Germans charged with vandalism in Singapore face flogging

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    Knowing that the faster you travel, the slower time elapses, if you were able to travel somewhere the speed of light for say 100 standard years, time for your would have been very slow (say a few hours) so you could return 100 years in the future for everybody else. However to go back in time, the matter and energy that make up you now was in some other form in the past and that matter/energy cannot take two forms at the same time.

    Posted in: Do you think time travel will ever be possible?

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    Wow, kendo in 8 inch stiletto heels. Difficult to say the least!

    Posted in: New ad campaign features Japan in all its stunning glory

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    Another is that she hasn't been found guilty of anything yet.

    Has Yuki (the husband/father) been found guitky of anything?

    Let's seen now, Yuki Kishimoto can be named because he is 23 but 19 year old Mrs.Kishimoto cannot be named because she is a minor. 3 year old Sayane can be named. So the 19 year old is a minor but 3 years old is not? We have to protect a 19 year old married woman but where was the government protection for the 3 year old when she really needed it?

    Posted in: Parents arrested for starving 3-year-old daughter to death

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    Every yea rwe have this conversation but in previous years there have been quite a few defenders of Beaujolais Nouveau with some even saying the loved it. But this year, i don't see even one fan. Maybe some of the posters of yesteryear have actually tasted it now and find it hard to defend.

    Posted in: Fans brace for Beaujolais Nouveau

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    "Krash" Kobayashi

    Posted in: Kobayashi gets Caterham drive in Abu Dhabi

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    China has settled land boundary issues with 12 out of its 14 neighbors through friendly consultation. And we will continue to work in this direction,” added Xi.

    So the other two are Vietnam, The Philippines, Japan, Taiwan, Tibet, Indonesia and Malaysia......wait a minute, that's more than 2!

    Posted in: China will never use force to achieve its goals: Xi

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    Dabiq, a town in northern Syria that the Islamic State group uses as the title of its English-language propaganda magazine and where they believe an apocalyptic battle between Muslims and their enemies will occur.

    I think we should oblige them. Kill 'em, Kill 'em all!

    Posted in: Beheading of U.S. aid worker in Syria draws condemnation

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    Whoa, Kid, pick me a lottery ticket.

    Posted in: 4-year-old girl survives fall from 9th floor in Oita

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    For all you true bluers (dyed in the wool democrats) calling the republicans obstructionists, here are some facts for you:

    There are 352 congressional bills sitting on Harry Reid’s desk, awaiting action. 98 percent of them passed with bipartisan support -- Republicans and Democrats working together to pass legislation. 50 percent of the bills passed unanimously, with no opposition. 70 percent of the bills passed with two-thirds support in the House. And over 55 bills were introduced by Democrats. And Harry Reid did not bring one of them up for debate or vote in the Senate in the last session.

    Posted in: Republicans take control of U.S. Senate

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    Well, we heard this same doom and gloom when Newt and the Republicans took over congress when Clinton was president and we got one of the most productive governments yet when Congress and the White House realised they were going to have to work together, How abiout another balanced budget (or surplus)?

    Posted in: Republicans take control of U.S. Senate

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    OK, imbed trackers on them and let them go. Use them as tagrets for smart bombs when they get into a group of ISIS fighters.

    Posted in: Canada shooter planned to go to Syria: police

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    Also Friday, the under-fire minister said he had disciplined staff at his political office who billed an 18,230 yen visit to an S&M bar in September 2010 as a political expense. The venue in Hiroshima allows male patrons to whip tied-up female employees. “I have reprimanded my people and ordered them to pay back the cost” of the visit, he said, adding that new office spending rules were being drafted.

    So...wait a minute. They were reprimanded for charging the money to political expenses and the punishment was to pay it back and the new rules are being drafted about political spending. Tying up and whipping women is Okay.

    Posted in: Minister hit by bar scandal also under fire for owning TEPCO shares

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    As many have stated, various flu strains can be as deadly and more easily transmitted than Ebola (remember the Spanish flu of 1914?). Also, many of the old infectous deseases are making a comeback and are much more anti-bacterial resistent than their predecessors, tubercluosis for one. And let's not forget the anti-bacterial resistant staff infections that are bred in the very hospitals that treat us for common illnesses.

    Posted in: Aid agency Oxfam says Ebola could become the "definitive humanitarian disaster of our generation." Do you agree?

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    Because they have no idea how good they actually have it,

    You don't know her situation at all. Depression is a mental illness and as FightingViking says, how about showing a little compassion.

    Posted in: Woman found dead in car; 11-year-old son also found with stab wounds

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    Nearly 4,000 people took part Sunday in a mass evacuation drill

    In the three prefectures, 470,000 people would be forced to evacuate

    Mochizuki said the Mt Fuji exercise had been planned for three years.

    So, after three years of planning they got a whopping "nearly" one percent to take part in this "mass" evacuation.

    Posted in: 4,000 take part in Mt Fuji eruption drill

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