Yardley's past comments

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    Yardley

    Trump's tenuous grip on reality has slipped even more. He thinks just by saying something he makes it true. He's done that time and time again, lie after lie. Finally, frustrated by trying to explain another ridiculous Trump statement, Sean Spicer metaphorically threw up his hands and said, "This is what the President believes." Trump can believe anything he wants, I suppose, but that doesn't make it true. He's a pathetic, delusional old man, unfortunately surrounded by people so hungry for power that they are more than willing to support and encourage his delusions. Never imagined seeing the U.S. in this sad mess. It's humiliating.

    Posted in: Trump says White House 'fine-tuned machine,' despite turmoil

  • 5

    Yardley

    The American Dream now is to somehow survive the next four years.

    Posted in: Yoshiki performs 2 sold-out shows at New York's Carnegie Hall

  • 0

    Yardley

    An interesting idea for revenge, but did the bullies even know why they were being targeted or by whom? If not, then it was a waste of time and energy, unless it just made him feel better to confuse and upset them. Like most of their kind, I'm afraid they had probably forgotten all about their past abuse of this guy. Although, maybe they did remember and were able to tell the police who they suspected and that's how he was caught.

    Posted in: Man arrested for mailing more than 500 garbage items to former bullies

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    Yardley

    Isn't it odd that 8 years ago, one of the biggest complaints Republicans had about Obama was that he was too inexperienced in government to be President. They went on and on that he was "just a community organizer". He was a community organizer before he earned his law degree. Then he went on to teach Constitutional Law at the University of Chicago, serve 3 terms in the Illinois Senate, and then, in 2004, he was elected to the U.S. Senate. Now they support Trump? A crooked failed businessman, reality TV "star", and lunatic ignoramus? Can he even spell "Constitution"? We already know he doesn't know anything about the Constitution, if his speeches and so-called policies are anything to go by. Has the man ever even read a book? At the very least least, Clinton has experience, intelligence, and dedication on her side, as well as not being out of her mind.

    Posted in: Clinton, Trump target two different Americas in final push

  • 1

    Yardley

    Must be part of their "Jerry Lewis is a genius" mentality!

    Posted in: Japanese director Kitano awarded France's Legion of Honour

  • 0

    Yardley

    So different from Prince Akishino's family. All the photos of them look so natural and even happy. The daughters look poised, relaxed, and friendly at public events, even when they were younger, especially in the candid or unofficial photos taken by spectators. Of course, they are a little older than Princess Aiko and have studied abroad. Were they allowed more freedom growing up than Princess Aiko? None of the family looks tense or strained like Prince Naruhito's family. Many people comment on how Princess Masako had such a free life before she married into the royal family, but maybe she was struggling even then. She was obviously intelligent and hard-working, but maybe also highly-strung. Joining the royal family only exacerbated problems she already had.

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  • 1

    Yardley

    They could have used their smarts and technology to increase accessibility for those who truly need assistance, some elderly or disabled people, for example.

    Posted in: Hate standing in line? Japan now has self-driving chairs

  • 1

    Yardley

    If the girl were replaced with a boy, what then? Any change in reaction? Just curious.

    Posted in: Japan swimsuit teen's eel ad pulled over sexism claims

  • 0

    Yardley

    Sadly, early intervention was the key. But that ship has sailed. I don't know what kind of help they can receive now. It's a very sad story and all too common when treatment for mental illness or disability isn't sought soon enough, or at all.

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  • 2

    Yardley

    And you think Trump doesn't believe he is "above the law"? He's certainly lived his life as if he believes so.

    @Lizz: Can you tell me what the vetting process for immigrants currently is? Just curious.

    Posted in: Trump attacks Muslim father's convention speech

  • 0

    Yardley

    Sounds good, but judging from the nutritional information, I'm not sure it qualifies as healthy with so much sodium. But, I'm not a nutritionalist, so maybe it's okay.

    Posted in: Beefy, beany stew is warm, simple meal with slow cooker ease

  • 0

    Yardley

    Please don't ban him. We'd like to get rid of him, even it's only for a short time!

    Posted in: MPs debate banning 'fool' Trump from Britain

  • 2

    Yardley

    I have been taking care of my mother for 9 years. She's 88 years old now. I'm blessed that she can still walk fairly well and doesn't have dementia. We get along very well, but still the stress and responsibility can sometimes be overwhelming. It's important to have support from other family members, but even more important to have caregiver support groups available. People to talk to who are dealing with the same issues. I feel so sorry for this woman if she didn't have that support. It can be terribly isolating to be a full-time caregiver. I hope the judge will have mercy on her, although I think she will never forgive herself. This sentence breaks my heart, "then she took her mother by the hand and led her into deeper water and then let her go." Tragic.

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    Yardley

    He didn't go to his embassy or research other options to return to Peru because he is psychotic.

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  • 7

    Yardley

    Wow. "Crazy eyes." "Nutjob." Is it any wonder some people with mental health issues try to hide their problems? Such compassion. I hope she gets the help she needs, whatever her issues may be.

    Posted in: Actress Tomoko Tabata reportedly attempts suicide

  • 1

    Yardley

    It is beautiful, but the two photos accompanying the article aren't very impressive!

    Posted in: The resplendent autumn colors of Nikko

  • 2

    Yardley

    It was great to see several of the guys give quite thoughtful answers to all the questions. They seem to be pretty knowledgeable already about the pros and cons. All of the guys were interesting, though - smart, funny, attractive, etc. They should have more confidence! From the background, it looks like some kind of international event or something, so maybe a lot of the visitors were already interested in foreign countries and/or meeting or dating foreigners. Good luck to them all!

    Posted in: What do Japanese men think about dating foreign women?

  • 0

    Yardley

    A practical and caring plan, particularly with the number of elderly in Japan on the increase, and many of them still living alone.

    Posted in: Osaka convenience stores to help wandering dementia sufferers

  • 0

    Yardley

    Instead of making our phones smarter, why don't we try to be smarter ourselves? We need more work in that area, I think.

    Posted in: Apple ups hiring, but faces obstacles to making phones smarter

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