volland's past comments

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    volland

    Artist at large... do you read your comments?

    "A few years ago one was actually there..."

    People pay for that garbage, because they do not know that it is more probable that an asteroid will hit earth tomorrow than that a free AV will miss something, that a pay AV will find...

    I had pro versions of Avast, of malwarebytes and uninstalled both nofthem because they kept pestering me with warnings of websites I personally knew... And they apologized to me for not being able to do anything about it! I do not know who buys their products, other than huge companies....

    Posted in: Tech identifies users vulnerable to cyberattack based on ways they use their computers

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    volland

    Little additional information about this monarch, from the University of Montreal / Canada:

    http://www.globalresearch.ca/contradiction-in-action-the-eulogies-for-saudi-king-abdullahbin-abdulaziz-al-saud/5426655

    Posted in: Crown prince to visit Saudi Arabia to offer condolences

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    volland

    I would suggest that it depends on wether the population of a country is intelligent enough to gather information BEFORE deciding on hate speech. Using hate speech always, without exception, shows a lack of that

    Posted in: 20 prefectural and local assemblies in Japan have urged the Japanese government to make hate speech illegal. Do you think hate speech should be illegal?

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    volland

    The tarriffs will remain... and car security rules will le lowered... progress US - style.

    It might be worth mentioning, that in Europe, where NO rice is grown, all rice has to get imported, you get 6 kilos for the money you pay here for one kilo. On top of that people over there are aware of the simple fact that brown rice is a lot more healthy and nourishing, than that white straw....

    Posted in: Japan offers compromise on rice in Asia-Pacific trade talks: Nikkei

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    volland

    Mr Eastwood onve again making PR for the Tea Party. Gloryfying a mass murderer... Nice going USA.

    Posted in: Group says 'American Sniper' film spurs threats against Muslims

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    volland

    It is amazing to see Ozawa is correct !

    Posted in: Abe: Japan won't join U.S.-led military operation against IS

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    volland

    @albelo

    If you are weak, then why on earth would you want to go where a fundamentalist muslim army is fighting any kind of government?

    Read Harvey's comment, he explaons the basics....

    Posted in: Rally for hostage

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    volland

    Good comments guys.... giving excuses like 200 Millions to ISIS is not very clever. I hope the families of those two understand the connection.

    Posted in: In view of the hostage crisis, what do you think of Japan's decision to provide $200 million in non-military humanitarian aid for those displaced by conflict in the Middle East?

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    volland

    Wow... you really have to have an "understanding" of the problem there, when you see this as a problem...

    There have been meltdowns in at least one or two reactors. That means there is something called a Corum (do your research what that is) at the bottom somewhere. May be it has already broken through to the groundwater, maybe not, maybe it will. So far, there is NO way to deal with it, they learned that in Czernobyl, again, do your research, They cannot even get close to it, as even robots break down there.

    Another real danger is the removal of the radioactive rods, which actually IS working, on time and without any incidents so far.

    And you worry about the water problem, which nonly exists because of incompetence and and the inabaility of japanese society to remove incompetent people from their positions?

    Typical... no lmowledge, no understanding, but an opinion.... great !

    Posted in: TEPCO to miss deadline on decontaminating Fukushima water

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    volland

    Artist... when was the last time your AV actually found a virus????? Which you had caught while not on a porn-site?

    Almost all finds, without exception, are false positives... I turned off my AV software for one whole months and then used several AVs incl malwarebytes and stinger and stinger,,, ZERO! And trust me I am all over the place.

    Next thought... Do you actually believ that these AVs will protect youa against the worst viruses of all, government spying?

    Just think about it... These AVs have total access tio your WHOLE computer, think of the possibilities....

    Posted in: Tech identifies users vulnerable to cyberattack based on ways they use their computers

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    volland

    @masri I cannot understand your criticism. If there is one specialist for giving orders to have people killed, Obama is indeed the first choice.

    Even the New York Times showed that every morning he marks names of people on a list, which will be killed by drones on that day. Of course they are all bad...

    Posted in: Obama says terror group has killed Japanese hostage

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    volland

    "Burning Bush" I like your name... even if he left office six years ago....

    Of course Newsham is correct. The whole thing is a silly idea, but looking at the articles and comments in Japanese media, silly stuff like that seems to to come natural to most at this far end of the world here. The americans fail when they try to do this... just twoi weeks ago in Yemen. Imagining that the japanesecoiuld do that only shows the complete lack of any understanding of the situation. Which seems to be the normal in Japan, when it comes to almost anythind going on in the rest of the world

    Posted in: Japan lacks the necessary forces for an overseas rescue. They aren’t organized or equipped or trained for such missions, even if they were ordered to undertake them. That requires a lot resources in terms of manpower, equipment, transportation and intelligence resources.

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    volland

    @banz

    „You can have the best midfielders but without a quality striker you'll never be a top team.“

    I hope for your sanity that is meant ironic?

    Honda and Kagawa? Very funny… I thought it typical at the end that it was these “best midfielders“ who missed their penalties..

    And Okazaki? At the top of the scorerlist at the best league at the moment? But he missed alled those clear chances, I suppose? Name one chance, that your best midfielders actually did set up for him? Kagawa plays for the bottom side in Germany, and he is one of the reasons why, and it took the lousiest of european leagues (at present) to spend any money on Honda…. Watch Honda, when Japan looses the ball, he stands and waits.

    But he was great against Palestine, wasn’t he?
    LOL… try cricket

    Posted in: UAE eliminates Japan from Asian Cup in penalty shootout; Iraq beats Iran

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    volland

    Amazing... almost entertaining in its absurdity....

    They need an UN agency to tell them, where not to fly ????

    Where can I apply for that job? At the UN, I am sure one can earn a fortune for doing something like this.

    Amazing... takes your breath away to read this.... doesn't it?

    Posted in: U.S. to back new system warning airlines in conflict zones

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    volland

    My God... how embarrassing can you get.... The UAE has about as many inhabitants as a village in Hokkaido. And me, the fool, already bet that Japan would loose to Australia, because that would have been the first team that actually plays something that deserves the name Football.

    The Japanese people have a strange talent to choose their heroes... In Sumo they love Endo ("The Rock Star of Sumo", whatever that is supposed to mean) and Ichinoyo, who both are clearly not up to it, in Golf there was a young man two years ago, who won one tournament and seems to have made only TV commercials since then... In soccer at least they have very good players like Hasebe, Nakatomo and Okazaki, yet as heroes Kagawa and Honda are chosen. The first has spent a year on the bench at ManU (only 7th of the league then) while Honda has steadily declined and been employed one step down the quality ladder of european leagues every year...

    What a fine irony that was exactly those two "superstars" who lost the game in the end.

    Posted in: UAE eliminates Japan from Asian Cup in penalty shootout; Iraq beats Iran

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    volland

    Twitter is updating its feeds to give users a recap of tweets missed while not connected to the messaging platform.

    Sometimes it is really hard to believe that this planet is inhabited by soemething called Homo Sapiens....

    Posted in: Twitter to update users 'while you were away'

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    volland

    Macau, the Chinese territory known for casino gambling, outperformed the rest of the world’s major cities economically last year

    We should never stop learning, thank you... A city that makes its money with gambling is profitable? Really? Who would have thought...

    Posted in: Macau ranks No. 1 in economic performance among world cities

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    volland

    Mizuame.....

    Not so sure I can identify any "good guys".

    This man is an advisor of Abe, and Abe can. He is a real professor and works for the good guys (at Bloomberg) himself. That is why the politically extremly well educated japanese public elected him. Who else would you trust to re-write the history-books for school children, if not Abe.

    Posted in: The Middle East is complicated and Japan's presence and role there has been limited for various reasons. Having goodwill and the intention to be on the side of the good guys are not necessarily going to be productive for anybody.

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    volland

    Hakua is a truly great Yokosuna, and it is a joy to watch him.

    Still, no one should forget how many bashos he would have won, had they not fired Asashoryu....

    Posted in: Hakuho beats Taiho's record by winning 33rd title

  • 0

    volland

    Well, if he knows.... what made him decide to become awriter anyway?

    His books are an excellent choice for putting even the worst insomniac to sleep, but other than that?

    An please do not tell me, that the number of people who like Murakami says anything about "quality", that would make McDonalds Haute Cuisine. (For those who like Murakami: "Haute Cuisine" means restaurants with at least four stars)

    Posted in: Haruki Murakami’s advice on how to be a great writer: Be born with talent

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