Kabukilover's past comments

  • 15

    Kabukilover

    I will repeat what I said before. The declining birth rate has created an environment where children have become aliens.

    Now on to baby carriages. There are minimalist baby carriages that take up little space and can be folded quickly. Then there are baby carriages that are huge and should be called personnel carriers, or, in some cases, assault vehicles. There is apparently some prestige attached to the latter, which can be problematic in elevators or in narrow supermarket aisles.

    The minimalist baby carriage is seldom if ever a public problem. Families ought to enouraged to buy these over the large, cumbersome and expensive carriages.

    Posted in: Insults fly back and forth online over baby carriages

  • 8

    Kabukilover

    They may be getting sex outside marriage. That would make for an interesting survey.

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  • 2

    Kabukilover

    I have a few female students who are aspiring thespians. As an artist, I am all for their endeavors. But I do warn them about the exploiters. If they demand anything improper I tell them do not argue and not ask; get the hell out of there as fast as you can.

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  • 2

    Kabukilover

    Timing is most important in countering fake news. You have to get it immediately. Otherwise it and your refutation become yesterday's news while the lies created in the public memory.

    Posted in: Fighting fake news isn't just up to Facebook and Google

  • -1

    Kabukilover

    Obama did not ban Iraqis from coming into the US in 2011 or ever. This is a lie that is being spread but the so-called alt right and Trump crowd. What happened was that in 2011 two Iraqis were nabbed for alleged terrorist ties. This meant a reexamination of the visa process, which created a log jam. But at no time were there were there no Iraqis coming into the United States. Here is what the Washington Post, 29 January said:

    State Department records show there was a significant drop in refugee arrivals from Iraq in 2011. There were 18,251 in 2010, 6,339 in 2011 and 16,369 in 2012. But it’s unclear that equates to an actual six-month pause in visa processing, rather than a dramatic slowdown in approvals as new rules were put in place. One news report said “pace of visa approvals having slowed to a crawl,” indicating some were still being approved.

    Posted in: Trump's visa ban isn't as new as you think

  • 0

    Kabukilover

    Mental painkiller is what this article is. Whatever was on the books aside, nothing like what has happened this past week has happened in even distant memory. Green Card holders, permanent residents, dual nationals were suddenly displaced or held in detention. Children were handcuffed. The Attorney General was doing her job by not signing off on legally questionable parts of Trump's edict. Parts of it were found to be illegal by a federal judge. I will not go on. If you are up on the news you know what is going on. Fortunately, thousands of Americans are protesting.

    Posted in: Trump's visa ban isn't as new as you think

  • 1

    Kabukilover

    The real danger is the native born white nationalist terrorist. The sad thing is that the Trump disease has hit Canada.

    Posted in: 6 dead, 8 wounded in shooting at Quebec City mosque

  • 3

    Kabukilover

    A white Christian terrorist did it. Trump is silence.

    Posted in: 6 dead, 8 wounded in shooting at Quebec City mosque

  • 1

    Kabukilover

    I also loved her. What a brave woman with all the pain that attended her life.

    Posted in: Pioneering TV actress Mary Tyler Moore dies at 80

  • 9

    Kabukilover

    I will never stay in an APA hotel.

    Posted in: APA hotel chain under fire over book denying Rape of Nanking

  • -1

    Kabukilover

    It took decades to get the truth about the extreme brutality of the Chicago police. It will likely be buried under Trump.

    Posted in: Report says Chicago police violated civil rights for years

  • 2

    Kabukilover

    When do you think it is an emergency?

    One sure way is when you are suffering unbearable pain. I was suffering unbearable pain and two young doctors, top university grads a certain hospital, ran me through a series of tests, found nothing wrong & sent me home. The next day the pain was increasing. Called ambulance and was taken to the local hospital where I was sent into emergency where the older doctor found exactly what was wrong with me and hospitalized me.

    Think I did right?

    Posted in: What's the best way to curtail non-urgent calls for ambulances to ensure the vehicles are available for real emergencies?

  • 1

    Kabukilover

    Here that, Trump, be gentle. That's Japanese for knock off the BS, blockhead.

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  • -4

    Kabukilover

    Japan is not losing patience. Abe is gaining in arrogance in trying to look good in front of Japan's right wing. And what is the problem? Are South Korean mobs trashing Japanese businesses like mobs once did in China? No. The whole problem is over a little statue. It would be hardly an issue if Abe had not loss his breakfast over it.

    The little statue is an expression of grief. It is not unlike the Arizona Memorial or the Hiroshima dome and the Alamo. Japan does not object to the Arizon memorial and the US does not object to yearly ceremonies in Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

    Why is Abe "losing patience" why South Korea? Because he still sees South Korea as a weak nation that can easily be bullied. In fact it is not. It is a major industrial power and a major Asian democracy. South Korea and Japan should acting in concert as role models against authoritarianism in Asia. Abe and his buddies should grow up.

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  • 5

    Kabukilover

    Anyone who believes this also believes in the tooth fairy.

    Posted in: Trump says Mexico would repay U.S. funds spent on border wall

  • 6

    Kabukilover

    “This guy found a way to exploit a weakness in the system,” said Henry Harteveldt, a travel analyst in San Francisco.

    That is putting it mildly. A person out of his mind should not have had a gun. He did, however, follow the rules. Then he went into a restroom and loaded his gun, and then returned to the baggage area and blew people away. This "weakness" is a gapping hole. It is a monstrous hole. Monstrous in the stupidity that created it. Guns and ammo should not travel together. That should have been obvious, If they travel in separate containers but together the guns might as well be loaded.

    Hunters can ship their ammo ahead to whatever lodges they are staying.

    The bottom line is this person should not have had a gun in the first place. Thank again, NRA.

    Posted in: Florida airport shooting raises questions about guns in baggage

  • 1

    Kabukilover

    The UK is now the Walmart of Europe.

    Posted in: Britain avoids M&A collapse as foreign buyers go Brexit bargain hunting

  • 2

    Kabukilover

    Palestinians were just folks until Israel disenfranchised them.

    Posted in: In parting shot, Kerry tears into Israel over settlements

  • 4

    Kabukilover

    Two cheers for Kerry's parting shot. Had it been an opening shot it would have done more to end Israel's apartheid system.

    Posted in: In parting shot, Kerry tears into Israel over settlements

  • 0

    Kabukilover

    Adding insult to injury. Try expressing your "eternal condolences" when someone brings up Hiroshima and see what happens.

    Posted in: Abe offers 'everlasting condolences' at Pearl Harbor

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