badsey3's past comments

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    Posted in: Japan pays high fee for first U.S. shale cargo

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    From the picture you can easily see these clothing items are not presented very well. To me it looks like an end-cap (end of isle) at TJ Maxx (clothing discounter). To market something like this to Women you need to go a few more steps up in presentation. = Japanese Women clothing stores can do a much better job at selling the Ivanka Trump brand at retail than Canadian retail clothing stores and hence sales in Japan of the Ivanka Trump brand are much higher.

    Aside from retail, the online sales of this brand a very good. = Also a good indicator of poor retail (floor) placement and poor retail marketing of the Ivanka Trump brand.

    Posted in: For Ivanka-brand goods, Nordstrom's loss is Japan's gain

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    Needed a vacation to get away from the "fake media" and refocus. I would expect in the future many of these "fake media", "fake news" platforms will not get their White House media credentials renewed.

    Another CNN "fake news" media lawsuit: (CNN lost)

    http://lawnewz.com/uncategorized/hospital-ceo-wins-major-court-ruling-after-accusing-cnn-of-false-reporting/

    Posted in: Outside of Washington, Trump slips back into campaign mode

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    Saturated (and non-hydrogenated) animal fats are healthy especially from pasture fed/wild animals = they are the preferred fats and if heated they stay saturated. If fast food would just switch back to saturated fats instead of unsaturated (soybean, cottonseed, corn) fats people would be much healthier eating this poor grade of food. Unsaturated fats get even more unsaturated (oxidized) with heat and time (unsaturated fat used in a fryer for up to a week).

    Posted in: 'Fat taxes' could save billons in healthcare costs: study

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    Most people do not travel that far with their cars, so the full electric range seems about right. This is a nice upgrade for regular Prius users that want to go more electric. The Prius in Japan always had the switch to go into all electric mode, whereas the USA model you needed to add the switch.

    The problem with EVs has been the lithium battery technology (Nissan Leaf etc).

    The tablet on the Prius Prime dash is very nice and futuristic.

    Posted in: Toyota hopes revamped plug-in sells better than first model

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    Hopefully with Barrack Hussein Obama gone the money flowing into these terrorist "moderate rebel" groups will come to an end under President Trump and a more rational political thought process in Syria can take shape. Still many Libs want this "Syria War" at any cost.

    Posted in: Assad says U.S. troops welcome in Syria to fight 'terrorism'

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    On Japan refugee ban:

    Japan is the role model for Donald Trump with a solid border wall (water) and a fairly strict refugee ban in place.

    I could see loosening up the refugee ban as long as these youths are willing to learn something (learning Visas). Japan's population is declining and many schools are empty. If these students wanted to use their education to work then their learning Visa should be extended.

    Posted in: Opposition calls on Abe to oppose Trump's refugee ban

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    If China is the current model for "globalization" -I am not sure if people will want to live in that sort of pollution. Many cheap throw-away products are made thru "globalization" and not everyone wants cheap throw-away products. I would say many are going anti-globalization and more local especially in relation to food.

    I see the mass-produced globalized cultures and products coming to an end smaller producers taking over with better products that will last longer.

    Posted in: Is globalization a good thing for the world's economies?

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    Glass-Steagall is the key here and investment banks like Goldman Sachs should not be getting Federal Reserve loans.

    Posted in: Trump ignites political fight over U.S. banking law reforms

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    It will be hard trying to fix Obama's broken immigration system.

    Posted in: Trump orders new refugee screening, to prevent 'radical Islamic terrorists' from entering U.S.

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    No matter what -it seems Mexico is paying for Trumps gold-leaf wall. The real question is how many times Mexico is willing to pay for it.

    -Politically Mexico has grand standed saying Trump will not win and they are not paying for Trump's wall. Big mistake since Trump won and they are building the wall.

    As a positive hopefully Trump's wall will stop the FBI's gun running operations into Mexico (Project: "Fast and Furious")

    Posted in: Mexicans begin to unite in fight against Trump's plans

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    The Galaxy Note series is one of the best phones you can buy, but the battery stopped from being removeable after the Note 4. I have purchased a Note 2/3/4 and people are still holding onto their flawed Note 7s (OS upgrades will "brick" them).

    = good phone, but bad battery or bad battery/phone engineering. People really wanted the Note 7 -and it sold well- , but the engineering was not up to task this time and big mistakes were made that could not be fixed in a convenient manner.

    Posted in: Samsung to announce cause of Galaxy Note 7 fire on Jan 23

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    More terrorists (iSiS, iSiL, Al-Quaeda, aL-CiaAeda) at large and another destroyed city and culture. -And NATO with their Libs "openly and knowingly" promotes this destruction. = These terrorists are treated so badly by the Syrians that we should feel sorry for them. -In fact you should open your borders and let them immigrate to your country also.

    Posted in: IS launches new assault on besieged eastern city in Syria

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    People should try not to be out so late where this person attacks Women.

    Posted in: 2 women attacked while walking home in separate incidents

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    Humane Society of the United States: More or less a scam operation with not a penny going to pet shelters etc. If anything they should be getting sued by the public at large.

    Posted in: Ringling Bros. circus to close after 146 years

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    http://www.naturalnews.com/2017-01-14-dea-just-listed-cbd-as-a-schedule-i-controlled-substance.html

    From the timing it seems this article is "cover" for making all cannabinoids a "schedule 1" drug. = With this new law enacted Jan 13, 2017 all marijuana extracts like CBD oil (little to no TCH) will be prescription only if you can find a Dr to even write the prescription.

    Posted in: The good, bad and unknown about marijuana's health effects

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    I am against this "dehumanizing" statue in the context that her feet have no shoes/boots. We all know that SK get very cold and until some inventive soul can design and place appropriate footwear on this "statue" it should be taken down.

    Posted in: S Korean foreign minister says 'comfort woman' statue outside Japan mission inappropriate

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    "Friends" that set fire to your house are not "Friends."

    Posted in: Woman arrested for setting fire to friend's house in Chiba

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    http://www.google.com/patents/US6630507

    US Federal Government (Dept of Health and Human Services) US Patent on Marijuana. = From the patent itself you can openly see the US Federal Gov research that has already been done.

    Posted in: The good, bad and unknown about marijuana's health effects

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    The CEO of Snopes.com, the fact-checking website that was recently named as one of Facebook’s “fake news” arbiters, has been accused in divorce proceedings of appropriating company funds which he allegedly spent on expensive holidays and prostitutes. It was announced last week that Snopes would be helping Facebook to determine and label “fake news” with the help of ABC News and Politifact. The Daily Mail reports that the CEO of Snopes, David Mikkelson, is currently embroiled in a vicious legal battle with his former wife and Snopes co-founder Barbara Mikkelson. The couple divorced sometime around 2014, but legal proceedings have continued between the couple. Barbara has claimed that her former husband embezzled money from the company. Court documents obtained by the Daily Mail state that Barbara accused David of “raiding the corporate business Bardav bank account for his personal use and attorney fees.” Barbara also claims that David embezzled $98,000 over four years, which “he expended upon himself and the prostitutes he hired.” Barbara claims that David spent $10,000 from their business accounts between April and June of 2016 to fund an expensive 24-day holiday for

    = The conduct of Snopes and their management is very questionable at best.

    Posted in: Trump denounces Streep as 'overrated Clinton flunky'

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