presto345's past comments

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    presto345

    Interesting seeing the lay judges' guilty rulings of the Abes. In the real world so far I haven't seen Akie testify, nor any evidence of what this untrustworthy devious Kagoike scoundrel is claiming.

    Posted in: School operator head testifies in Diet he got Y1 mil donation from Akie Abe

  • 7

    presto345

    And who is responsible for voting this clown into office?

    Posted in: Ishihara again says he is not responsible for choice of new fish market site

  • 1

    presto345

    We've got the best Belgian beer in the world! (Stella Artois, brewed in Preston)

    Stella Artois is a brewer, originally Belgian, of a bland 5% alcohol pilsner which afa quality and taste goes is, well, bland. Its watered down version is available in the UK. The brewer in now in Dutch hands. Both Britain and Belgium brew a lot of fantastic beers, but Stella Artois is not one of them.

    Posted in: Japan one-ups Scotch with whisky, coveted around the world

  • 0

    presto345

    Good lord, that handshake scene was downright painful to watch.

    The man is not just childish, he is an outright boor.

    Posted in: Trump, Merkel try to sidestep differences in first meeting

  • 0

    presto345

    Look when your 75 years old their is a very good chance that you will be visiting your Doctor at least 3 times a year. The doctor is the really the one who is responsible for reporting any medical condition that would impair their driving ability. Doctors do have protocols in reporting infectious disease. Medical condition that impair a person driving ability should come under the same protocol

    Elderly driver, male or female visits doctor for a minor ailment like the common cold, lack of energy, loneliness, a minor bone fracture, you name it. After a standard exam the physician whips out a form to be filled out by the patient with questions like: Do you have a driver's license? Is it valid? Do you drive on a regular basis? Did you drive to this hospital today? Have you ever been involved in a traffic accident? When, and what were the circumstances? Are your next of kin aware you drive? Do they support you? Could there be any reason you should not be driving? Do you ever forget where you are? Do you ever feel disoriented, when? And so on and so forth. This is something that needs to be sorted out and in need of careful consideration. Medical staff won't be very pleased to get this new task on their plates, nor will be the patients.

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  • -4

    presto345

    ..its four distinct seasons help to deepen whisky flavors during years of aging...Experts gushed. Only Japan has four seasons?

    Of course not. Check out the 'distinct' part. In Japan the seasons are clearly and dramatically defined. In some countries they are not and smoothly indistinctly blend into each other.

    Posted in: Japan one-ups Scotch with whisky, coveted around the world

  • 5

    presto345

    Trumpy doesn't need proof or evidence! Imagine if anyone else made such claims!.

    How about some more trumped up charges and accusations.

    Posted in: Skeptical U.S. lawmakers pressure Comey on Trump wiretap claim

  • 5

    presto345

    This will fit in nicely with Trump wanting to convince Japan to import more US made cars, or will it? Choose your answer, Yes or No.

    Posted in: Trump announces challenge to Obama-era fuel standards

  • 6

    presto345

    Erdogan is playing political games on a stage he has no business being. Accusing The Netherlands and Germany using terms from his little dictionary of vile language won't sit well with the EU. The man is profiling himself as a hysteric idiot. Giving this dic(k)tator piece of work more power would be a grave mistake.

    Posted in: Turkey's Erdogan says apology from Netherlands not enough; attacks Merkel

  • 0

    presto345

    an influence-peddling scandal that has shaken the political and business elite

    The elite has been shaken. Imagine that in politically clean and stable South Korea.

    Posted in: S Korea's Park criticised over defiance; faces calls for investigation

  • 0

    presto345

    Is this carnival a gesture of the Saudis to stimulate the economy of Japan or theirs?

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  • 5

    presto345

    Erdogan reaffirmed his accusations from Saturday that the Dutch behaviour over the Turkish visits was “Nazism, fascism”.

    The man is a disgrace, to put it politely. It is his behavior that is an issue.

    Posted in: Turkey warns 'fascist' Netherlands will pay in rally dispute

  • 5

    presto345

    He comparted them to “Nazi remnants, they are fascists.”

    Erdogan is aggressive and has a foul mouth. Looks more like he is the fascist here.

    Posted in: Turkey-Dutch relations worsen after Turkish visit banned

  • 1

    presto345

    The whining about the K cars is getting obnoxious.The copy and paste of the same stale argument over and over. Changing the K's alleged advantageous status by increasing tax and insurance rates won't convince people to buy more US cars, unless makers get off their butts and produce a reliable small car that can emulate the K.

    Posted in: Japan says no barriers to auto imports after U.S. fires trade salvo

  • 0

    presto345

    gogogo wrote:

    @Aly Rustom : they already do that, all I think 70+ have to take a yearly driving test to keep their licence****

    Incorrect. Where did you get that information?

    Posted in: Should there be an age limit for driving licenses?

  • 1

    presto345

    Takehara in Hiroshima pref. It does not have a population of millions, but it is still a city and is known as the 'Little Kyoto of Aki'. I have to admit though that there are still lots of places I have not been to, many of those probably as attractive as Takehara.

    Posted in: Which do you think is Japan's most attractive city?

  • 4

    presto345

    It's reassuring to see the action of states in blocking a (budding?) dictator's directives.

    Posted in: Legal challenges to Trump's travel ban mount from states

  • 2

    presto345

    The cruelty stems from total ignorance, Ignorance not invented by these youngsters but by their surroundings. Try to educate adults to educate their offspring.

    Posted in: Fukushima child evacuees face menace of school bullies

  • 3

    presto345

    The man is going berserk. He should put down his twitter toy and start acting like a statesman governing the country. But more and more it seems he is incapable of that.

    Posted in: Trump asks Congress to help find evidence Obama tapped his phones during campaign

  • 2

    presto345

    Cap your tweet habits, Don, and back up your allegations with proof, evidence, facts. Act like an adult

    Posted in: Trump claims Obama had phones wiretapped; Obama denies it

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