cracaphat's past comments

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    cracaphat

    I'm pretty sure than most of the so-called Trump "supporters" on here won't actually bother with voting for him. Happy to espouse being a republican,but that's about it. Easy to talk a big game when you don't have to show and prove.

    Posted in: In dramatic reversal, Cruz to vote for Trump

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    A desperate loser in need of relevance that had to hitch himself to a patho.Even George H.W. Bush had the wherewithal at his advanced age to not vote for Trump.A pity there are so many out there, that don't have his common sense.

    Posted in: In dramatic reversal, Cruz to vote for Trump

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    cracaphat

    Dame-nomics has been absolutely discredited by all bar the mainstream media (except for Okinawas,) who have been utterly brow beaten by the PM and his cronies,that all we keep hearing about is another bent arrow doing nothing productive.Four years of his premiership is coming up.How long until the media get some conjou and tell it like it is?

    Posted in: Japan move shows limit of central bank powers

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    cracaphat

    People live forever here because they go to their local clinic for no matter what.When you only gotta pay 300 yen a pop, well put it to use,no?

    Posted in: No. of people aged 65 and over in Japan tops 34.6 million

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    cracaphat

    And here I am in Hyogo and my daughter's not going to skool because of some drops of rain.Such B.S. these past two weeks with the weather reporting.They don't know ish about what will happen.Sun when they said rain,rain when sun was forecast.

    Posted in: Powerful typhoon lands on southwestern Kyushu

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    cracaphat

    My daughter's elementary school is pretty good.Seems the local junior high and high schools have peaks and valleys concerning their value.I won't waste money on an "international" school though.Hiding her away there won't hide the fact that she's not pure Japanese.

    Posted in: What do you think of the quality of school education in Japan? If you have a child at school, are you happy with that school?

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    cracaphat

    Putting on appearances is the norm in Japan.And disabled family members is not a good look if you're vanity based。

    Posted in: Japan confronts disability stigma after silence over murder victims' names

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    Someone's in denial thinking that way.

    Posted in: Abe adviser says benefits of BOJ's negative rates 'very big'

  • 1

    cracaphat

    With 70% of J companies not paying corporate tax,picking on the foreign company ain't cool,but convenient.

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    cracaphat

    Any idea for a buck nowadays.

    Posted in: Daihatsu targets new light car at single women

  • 2

    cracaphat

    Hope she's motivated to get up in Abe's damenomics grill and question his leadership,or lack thereof.Tired of the recycled old,clueless men running things,but really not.

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  • 0

    cracaphat

    @Stranglerland. Twas useless to you.And an added speaker? Wow!! I was struggling with the one they already have now.Lol.

    Posted in: Review: The iPhone 7 is just fine, even if it doesn't wow

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    cracaphat

    No jack makes it wack.

    Posted in: Review: The iPhone 7 is just fine, even if it doesn't wow

  • 0

    cracaphat

    Yoshikawa will get more airtime because her halfness isn't as evident as Miyamoto's.Meaning skin tone.Japan closed their doors for 400 years so it'll take time to get with the real world concerning color and accepting different.But the change is happening and coming,regardless of origin.

    Posted in: Half-Indian elephant trainer crowned Miss Japan

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    cracaphat

    @theeastisred. You beat me to it with the Queen Elizabeth line.You know your history.

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  • 2

    cracaphat

    Not the best choice of words,however true it may be lol.

    Posted in: Clinton regrets calling 'half' of Trump supporters 'deplorable'

  • 0

    cracaphat

    The line from one of my favorite movies came to mind."It's not what you know,it's what you can prove." And dragging a reluctant person to court might have done more harm than good.What got proven is having the right connections helps.Though as usual, some talking heads coming up with Trump like hypotheses proclaiming his innocence

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    There you go.Money and having a famous name helped.A classic case of the victim not wanting to go through with a trial,but settling the case with money.She must be single.I struggle a husband allowing him to get off scot free like that.He could easily do it again.And did you see the brat's arrogant,disposition? He looked p.o'd about being forced to bow.By paying her off and not having to acknowledge anything wrong is a win-win for him.

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    cracaphat

    Britain is looking to cherry-pick the juicy parts of the deal before starting the negos.Germany and France need to play hardball and let everyone know there are consequences and repercussions in leaving the EU.And the folly of the U.K. choosing to leave is a good start.

    Posted in: Britain should start EU divorce talks soon, says Tusk

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    cracaphat

    Rather than sitting home feeling sorry for yourself,wouldn't it be more productive to get out and do something? I feel in many cases that the dumbing down of society has enabled many to feign some kind of illness or other when you're really unmotivated or lack confidence in yourself to go out in the real world and work.

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