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So a French investigation brings down Takeda but a French investigation exonerating Ghosn grants him bail I guess

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The hornet larvae are said to have extraordinary nutritional properties, and can be quite expensive. This is just a variation of that, so I don't see why people are upset. 1260 yen is not going to break anyone's bank. And it's a lot better than paying $100 over value for a pair of sneakers with a Nike logo.

Posted in: Honey with hornets is exactly what it sounds like See in context

The irony of a white government limiting immigration to land they stole from the indigenous people seems to go unnoticed by most posters here.

Posted in: Australia cuts annual immigrant cap, puts key cities off-limits to some See in context

I wouldn't use the word celebrate in this case. I don't agree. Keeping people informed of how horrible a deed this was is the best way to prevent more attacks. Education works, ignorance doesn't.

Posted in: Japan marks 24th anniversary of Tokyo subway sarin gas attack See in context

Apparently the guy tried to handle it quietly, but Max told him to go get a lawyer and the ex-coach heeded his advice. Maybe he shoulda just given him some money.

Posted in: Osaka sued by ex-junior coach over 20% of earnings: report See in context

Don’t celebrate such sad events.

For the past 24 years, most of the attention has been focused on the perpetrators, their ideas, their appeals etc. etc.

The victims and their families should be remembered too.

Posted in: Japan marks 24th anniversary of Tokyo subway sarin gas attack See in context

Worse, he just coached her for a while when she was a kid. A total scam artist.

Posted in: Osaka sued by ex-junior coach over 20% of earnings: report See in context

There is no way he can claim any right to her earnings after she turned 18. She didn't sign the contract herself, so it is simply not valid. Otherwise, parents could sign their children into a lifetime of servitude. Some guy with a million dollar gambling debt and a 14 year old son could sign away his son's adult earnings, for example.

And "indefinite period"? No such thing in any legitimate contract.

Posted in: Osaka sued by ex-junior coach over 20% of earnings: report See in context

voiceofokinawa: "Since you're speaking like an authoritative person charged with the U.S.'s war strategy, may I ask how the U.S. marines will deal with Japan's security with this new base to be built for Ospreys and other VTOL aircraft for training?when the most active, core elements of the marines who will be engaged in actual combat are to transfer to Guam and elsewhere??"

Why are you worried about that, since clearly you want the base to stay in Futenma. I mean, that's what the constant delay of the thrice agreed upon relocation plan has been successful in doing. You can't have both. What you guys want is: close Futemna (but then give it back to Okinawa to turn into a theme park... environment be damned!), no new base built (because of -- put in excuse of the day here), and still get handouts for hosting the military from government. It's worst than the least optimistic hopes for what Britain can keep by leaving the EU.

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@texag So far, more than 900,000 votes in

That's somehow hard to believe. Could you provide a source?

Posted in: Trump gets a U.S. Supreme Court victory on immigration detention See in context

It's not a chicken farm, it's a poultry processing plant lots of blood and guts on the floor

Posted in: Man arrested for stealing work boots from poultry factory because they turn him on See in context

So far, more than 900,000 votes in congressional elections by illegal aliens were cast in Calif. alone in the 2018 midterms. Those are federal crimes btw, and those criminals are currently being detained by ICE. This SC ruling will guarantee those perps a oneway ticket out of our country.

WINNING!!!

Posted in: Trump gets a U.S. Supreme Court victory on immigration detention See in context

Thank God we have a President who loves to punch back...

I thought the general idea of punching back was to hurt an opponent and put them out of a fight. Think Trump's ever going to do any damage to the people he "punches back" at?

Posted in: Shifting hopes as Republicans, Democrats wait for Mueller See in context

@Strangerland:

You wrote, “No one is saying to not use negative reinforcement - just that there are better options than hitting kids. You've created a bit of a strawman there.”

My original argument is that every form of discipline is conducted within a clearly unbalanced power dynamic between parent and child - the wording of the law is so vague that it would seem to open the door for any form of discipline potentially being construed as a violation. A kid says a bad word so the mom pinches his arm or pokes him in the side. Maybe she makes him sit with a bar of soap in his mouth - that could all be considered physical discipline. Is this all in the same grouping as beating a child to death?

Posted in: Gov't OKs plan to legally ban parents from physically punishing children See in context

Some companies spent thousands of Pounds, Dollars, Yen on provocative, saductive, clever advertising to lure a potential customer to buy that product, advertisers use all sorts of clever tactics like a sexy man or woman, but to place a big fat nasty hornet in a jar of honey! what are they thinking of? most people are put off by these darn things, wasps are bad enough but hornets? its more likely to have a negative out come rather than a positive one, The best thing about this tactic is its got onto the news which is cheap advertising for the company, but will sell a shed load of these jars of Honey? may be for the novelty factor, that's all then sales will drop off.

Posted in: Honey with hornets is exactly what it sounds like See in context

Nowhere is safe...anymore.

Posted in: New Zealand holds first funerals for mosque shooting victims See in context

The problem for Australia is water. Half of Indonesia could probably live there it is so big. But no water. Problem 2: Backpacked around Aussie and was shocked how normal it was use words like wg, raghead, n*gger etc.

Posted in: Australia cuts annual immigrant cap, puts key cities off-limits to some See in context

@bas4 No, the Democrats want to change it

Which the US Constitution allows: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Article_Five_of_the_United_States_Constitution

I would think you'd be happy knowing you live in a democratic republic where you can elect politicians who can vote to change or not change the Constitution. For example, if you don't want the 2nd Amendment changed, you can vote for a candidate who has the same view.

pack the courts

I'm confused. I thought Trump supporters are pushing for him to 'pack' the courts with those sharing his views.

Posted in: Trump complains social media sites discriminate against conservatives See in context

that the president of a country had to issue a political executive order to ground the planes epitomises the farce surrounding the 737max from development, certification and to the crash-aftermath decision makings of the FAA and boeing.

2 fatal nosediving crashes killing more than 300 people within 5 months during the same phase of flight profile, and from a delivered total of just 300++ planes, is enough justification to ground it, if human lives and safety are of genuine importance to anyone.

but some are more interested in political flag waving and corporate profits than about human lives.

as an example, the talking heads on cnbc talked about politically motivated revenge in response to trade wars by the chinese, when they were the first to ground their fleet, the largest 737max fleet operating out there. next day, these talking heads talked about international pilots, especially those from the 3rd world, need more training ! in one interview, these talking heads kept pressing the former transportation secretary for an answer which they probably want to hear and matches their own biased views. when the answer was to the effect that "if safety is of importance, ground them". the paralysed facial expressions of these people were priceless, that wasn't what they wished to hear.

the subsequent EU and canadian groundings showed who is right. and today's announcements by EU and canada ? enough said. thank god no more lives were lost before the united states finally became the last to ground theirs.

Posted in: China's 737 MAX move shows growing global aviation clout: analysts See in context

Trump does not use social media, he abuses it with his constant flow of tweets mostly insulting others like John McCain, who died in case he forgot. Won't even let the dead rest in peace. Trump these days is deeply troubled and not a well man.

Posted in: Trump complains social media sites discriminate against conservatives See in context

Interesting little problem here. If, say, the contract did exist how would it work?

A parent can sign a contract on behalf of their child, but one the child legally becomes an adult and was not a signatory to that contract, is it still valid.

I would guess if it exists, he has a claim to 20% of her winnings until she became an adult. In most counties this is 18 years.

Posted in: Osaka sued by ex-junior coach over 20% of earnings: report See in context

No, the Democrats want to change it, allow 16 year old kids to vote, abolish the 2nd amendment, pack the courts and just more and more nutty stuff that will never, ever happen.

But Trump wants to abolish the 1st amendment...I'd rather give up guns than speech. Wouldn't you?

Posted in: Trump complains social media sites discriminate against conservatives See in context

I'm sure Yua and Mia's parents thought they were 'responsible parents'; they?did not recognize their behavior amounted to abuse.

If you put in the time and effort with the toddler, there should be no need for physical punishment in the older (5+) child.

I avoid trying to read minds as an attempt provide evidence to bolster my opinions. If telepathy is what you’re relying on to make your point, it’s probably a bad sign.

Well I don't know about you and your dog-training ability, but I keep my dogs on a lead when we're outside because the most intelligent dog has the intellect and reasoning powers of a toddler - and you know what? When my kids were little, I put them on a harness and lead when we were going anywhere near traffic, too. You know why? To keep them safe. So I never had to 'discipline' them physically for repeatedly running into the road. Because they never got the chance to do it, and by the time they were old enough to understand, they no longer needed the lead and harness.

You physically restrained your child? Well, that could be construed as physical discipline by some. You might want to watch out. That being said, I’d much rather have my grandmother pinch me on the arm for saying something naughty than be trotted out in public tied to a leash like an animal.

Dogs and toddlers have a lot in common intellectually: conditioning that works on a puppy works equally well on a toddler (and on adults too, did you know?).

Which is why parenting advice that allows for some form of physical discipline, such as the book I mentioned above, specifically notes that children younger than three years six months of age are unable to sufficiently think ahead and understand fully the consequences of their actions. No one here is advocating for parents giving two year-olds a hiding.

lol Seems you haven't interacted with many dogs.

I’ll direct you to my first response in this message about trying to read minds.

Posted in: Gov't OKs plan to legally ban parents from physically punishing children See in context

Yes exactly.. it refers specifically to Australian nationals , not anyone else.

Posted in: Australia cuts annual immigrant cap, puts key cities off-limits to some See in context

This is quite a simple case, where is that contract? where is that signature? 1; Here is the contract and signature, then pay up 2; no contract or signature, good by!

Posted in: Osaka sued by ex-junior coach over 20% of earnings: report See in context

Darknuts:

Those marines need to be there. Perhaps one day, when things simmer down with China, we can move more assets off the islands. For now, security is more important

Since you're speaking like an authoritative person charged with the U.S.'s war strategy, may I ask how the U.S. marines will deal with Japan's security with this new base to be built for Ospreys and other VTOL aircraft for training?when the most active, core elements of the marines who will be engaged in actual combat are to transfer to Guam and elsewhere??

And can you assure us that "when things simmer down with China" tomorrow, the Marines will withdraw tomorrow too?? Maybe, better put it would be that the U.S. will return those Marine bases by a certain set date, for example, Aug. 15, 2044 (99 years after the Japan’s surrender in 1945) ?Do you think the U.S. can promise that?

Posted in: Okinawa governor tries again to get Abe to stop U.S. base transfer See in context

And just for the sake of disclosure: I have two kids who I’ve never spanked, because the need hasn’t arrived yet. But I wouldn’t pretend I know what your kids are like, what messes they cause, and I wouldn’t presume to tell anyone how to manage their own family - and I sure as heck wouldn’t want the government telling any of you what to do with your own kids.

I couldn't agree more with your posts. This law is governing gone awry.

Posted in: Gov't OKs plan to legally ban parents from physically punishing children See in context

Why I’m downvoted? Britain had a referendum and they will leave the EU...maybe? 70% of okinawans said NO!

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