mrmalice's past comments

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    mrmalice

    they were dead the moment they caught them, dont blame your politicians for just once, in this case they can't help it, its terrorism, not the geneva convention, you can NOT give in to it,, they can be martyrs,not saved

    Posted in: IS claims it executed Japanese hostage

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    mrmalice

    well it's a cultural thing that might mean different things in different countries, you're not supposed to be comparing that to what it means to you, when in rome, respect the lions

    Posted in: Why do Japanese cleaning crews bow at trains?

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    mrmalice

    ... If i were my kid and i found out someone put a chip in my something somewhere

    i would be most displeased, we're talking about infants here, right ? not teens i hope

    Posted in: Track your kids with GPS and smartphone or tablet app

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    mrmalice

    what if the computer is what makes your money ? ... i think a system like zero theorem where you pedal to generate the power needed to run it would be a GREAT idea :)

    Posted in: Extreme obesity cuts lifespan more than smoking: study

  • 1

    mrmalice

    the requested article has expired, this is so annoying lolll

    Posted in: U.S. military awards $40 million toward memory implant

  • 0

    mrmalice

    apnea ... is there any research papers on this ? i know a few people who could use it if it actually works

    Posted in: Anti-snoring wristband-style device

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    mrmalice

    some of these articles expire very quickly ...

    Posted in: Abe to launch women's version of Davos forum

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    mrmalice

    Well, the man said he would shake japan up from its slumber, and so he does apparently.

    Posted in: Cabinet adopts resolution dropping ban on collective self-defense

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    mrmalice

    its desperate measures for desperate times. Its a never seen before finance-economical project on a global scale. Most people are right about it but they phrase it according to conviction. it IS in the hands of corporations and unless you want to resort to stalinist communism thats where it will stay right now. So by the grace of their benevolence and spending of tax, the lower chunks if you plot it on a 2d graph can be employed or not. Its reality, not wannabe. Its not utopia, and its not just japan, trust me on that. If you can fend for yourself you can fend for yourself, if you cant then you're either screwed or lucky. There will be a drawback, thats inevitable but for now everyone around the whole f'inkg world is just trying to keep it running in the only way they know. So brace yourself, take care of what and who you love and like and know that complaining will relieve stress but wont change anything

    Posted in: Cabinet OKs Y5.5 tril stimulus package to cushion impact of sales tax hike

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    mrmalice

    im still convinced a declining birthrate is actually a good thing in the long run. Increasing birth to the next baby boom means the same problem will rear its head x many years from now, only worse since obviously with automatisation and what not, slinking resources for all i can see that means more people to divide less jobs on so in places where this happens and they can bite it through until the grey-scale dips down again i think it will be beneficial. I am ofcourse not a certified social engineer. Japanese women ... low adultery rates, Low housewife rate ... whats not to like ? :)

    Posted in: 1 in 3 Japanese women want to be housewives: poll

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    mrmalice

    well, dear sir we will have to agree to disagree. Less animal testing AND more relevant results is a win-win. Id rather have experiments done one an artificially engineered 'organ' as you say than use live creatures who were just born to live with the exception of humans who would for any reason volunteer, animals can never really agree to it. I undestand the necessity of it at times and i recognize it has brought many advances to science but if there is an option to quit then the practice becomes barbaric. I say all hail the petri-dish brain and i think many rats and cats, dogs and monkeys with me

    Posted in: Scientists grow human brain tissue from stem cells

  • 0

    mrmalice

    you should never give heed to effects of radiation as portrayed in the media. You should also never underestimate what the cause has to defend

    Posted in: Radioactive water from Fukushima plant may have reached sea

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    mrmalice

    as a global kind of person with a little hot for women who stand out and a very straight interpretation of metrosexuality id say it depends on your face and the way you dress, you can put a wig on anyone it doesnt change who they are

    Posted in: 3 most unattractive women’s hairstyles (according to Japanese men)

  • 0

    mrmalice

    i love hello kitty, she appeals to my feminine side without having to resort to shes cute, a part of contemporary japanese i seem to grasp more than any of my contemporary europeans around me even if not i would still like hello kitty since she's a cat but

    if the foto is the room i could do that here im not very impressed not really a love hotel worth spending time more like a daughters bedroom

    Posted in: Prince Hotel's new Hello Kitty suite: For a limited, cute time only

  • 0

    mrmalice

    facebook post ?

    ?

    you have a starving world at hand with all the consequences after that, a facebook post can not be an issue if you're serious

    Posted in: Israeli official suspended for Facebook posts on Hiroshima, Nagasaki victims

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    mrmalice

    ill stick with sugar, it grows like, in a field ... it was never an experimental toxin of anyone accoring to anyone and if i dont wanna get too fat ... i'll either train it off if i cant get a girlfriend or girlfriend it off if i can. My consumption of actual coca cola is less than one bottle per two weeks im not really worried, you should go more for resistance training

    Posted in: Coke insists fake sweetener is safe

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    mrmalice

    get over it, a combined asia has more potential than whatever the rest could come up with

    Posted in: S Korea urges Japan to face history; China summons Japan envoy

  • 0

    mrmalice

    i posted too soon, yes, to the guy above, the one most capable of destroying china is probably china itself (sorry for the double post)

    Posted in: No-one can contain China, says analyst

  • 0

    mrmalice

    in my row of popularity comments i suppose three is a charm like always then. No, no one could, maybe someone could but the ones who could wouldn't. Japan is bound by treay since i dont know .. 60 years ? 70 ? as an ally to the u.s. as these things go the most powerful faction will never allow the conquered to gain more power than it has itself. If there's two powers capable of opposing china on the whole planet that would be either the U.S. or the former USSR (which is not anymore but brimming with factions who would like to restore some glory). The U.S. will not go into an all out open conflict, the others won't since china is one of their most important allies-if-need-should-arise against aforementioned first major power.

    it's not just economy and banks ruling the world even if its not convenient if i had a mandate of some sorts i would not be speaking like this im very well aware of that but so are all of them

    Posted in: No-one can contain China, says analyst

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    mrmalice

    i must be in a talkative mood. Since it's a witch hunt it leads to underground. Over here (which is europe) i have seen more often wherever not just in smallville here leading to some kind of prohibition like (albeit far more innocent) activity where any kind of public establishment would have valued customers who stay late and frequent the place smoke anyway behind closed doors. Its like a whole new world opens up when the curtains close. Same sh-t, different law, thats how it always goes with this kind of bans. Next thing is cigarettes become an actual maffia moneygainer as prices continue to rise because of govt taxes it will become a product which is worth getting your hands on in large quantities from a black market businessman point of view. that's how it always goes, with any kind of these bans ... in my opinion

    Posted in: U.S. anti-smoking battle moves outdoors with more bans

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