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Old 2013-03-20, 10:52   Link #901
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they're all mine!!!!
Stop being selfish! You have original ones that are easily available for domestic consumption while I have to find a way to bypass stupid laws to import mine!

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Hell yeah. This is much more amusing than arguing over some ocean rocks.
Time to take those stamps off your eyes. Not only you can't see the purity of lolis, you are blind to a business opportunity too.

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Well, when I round up enough capital .. http://www.privateislandsonline.com/ ..
Let's do a joint purchase. I want to run a restaurant on it.

Though I need some Mainland connections from you too bypass those stupid UN inspectors meddling with my hires for so-called "child labour".

In exchange, you get free food during your visits plus a free gift to take home (returns and exchanges are not acceptable if gift ages over time).
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Old 2013-03-20, 11:17   Link #902
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Do they have to be lolis or just look like ones? I am still getting questions if I am doing a "Father and daughter dinner" with my girlfriend of 28 years old.

If answer is yes, I know where to find them legally....
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Old 2013-08-14, 01:10   Link #903
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This is how Japanese see their future air war against China over Senkaku Islands.
With new stealth planes:


"Even if they are promotional material aimed to support a recently released book, the videos
in this post are particularly interesting as they show how the Japanese see their future
air-sea battle scenario.

Obviously, China is perceived as the main (only?) enemy and the Senkaku Islands (also
known as Diaoyu Islands in China) is where Japanese foresee the close encounter with
Beijing carrier battle group‘s J-15s."

See:

http://theaviationist.com/2013/08/12.../#.Ugsekj_A51p
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Old 2013-08-16, 09:00   Link #904
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Well, I am an outsider - a Vietnamese, so I might not know much. But one thing I am sure that only the Capitalism Cooporations will benefit from this. Unless it's a human-habbited island (Like Hoàng Sa, Trường Sa of Vietnam, or Falkland Island), couldn't they find a way to have a win-win situation? Human is much more easy to provoce today, you know?
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Old 2013-08-16, 12:36   Link #905
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Well, I am an outsider - a Vietnamese, so I might not know much. But one thing I am sure that only the Capitalism Cooporations will benefit from this. Unless it's a human-habbited island (Like Hoàng Sa, Trường Sa of Vietnam, or Falkland Island), couldn't they find a way to have a win-win situation? Human is much more easy to provoce today, you know?
Again, the islands are not what's really important, it's nothing but a proxy to the resources available.

And tell me when was the last time a energy resource... let's say, oil fields in middle east, was shared in a civil and brotherly manner between human kinds?

Humans still run on greed, regardless of being a Capitalist or a Communist. Unfortunately.
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Old 2013-08-16, 14:03   Link #906
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Well, the Taiwanese managed to strike a deal for their fishermen to be allowed to fish near there as long as they stay silent on the island's claim.
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Old 2013-08-16, 18:46   Link #907
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Again, the islands are not what's really important, it's nothing but a proxy to the resources available.

And tell me when was the last time a energy resource... let's say, oil fields in middle east, was shared in a civil and brotherly manner between human kinds?

Humans still run on greed, regardless of being a Capitalist or a Communist. Unfortunately.
Well, you could left out the "Capitalism", and it still work!

And the reason why we couldn't share is simple: Governments only care for their election+Powerful, back-door companies+Radical.
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Old 2013-08-16, 19:01   Link #908
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Chinese online game lets players fight Japan over disputed islands
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Old 2013-08-16, 19:34   Link #909
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I wonder how long Konami will wait before making a game (shooter) that explicitly goes that way with you-know-who as the enemy at this rate.

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Old 2013-08-17, 00:58   Link #910
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Hahahaha...... I thought of RTW....
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Old 2013-08-17, 10:52   Link #911
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oh god, the comments in that article...
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Old 2013-08-17, 11:08   Link #912
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oh god, the comments in that article...
If China's interested.... why not make this a world wide MMO shooting game and see who bad ass even in video games.... just no cheating ok????
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Old 2013-08-17, 15:53   Link #913
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oh god, the comments in that article...
Typical internet dickheads. A number of people deserve to be taken the internet off for their own good.
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Old 2013-08-17, 23:12   Link #914
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^I must admit, I got kind of a sick laugh out of:
"I found the "Tiananmen Counter-Revolutionary" level way too easy. The enemy didn't even put up a fight."
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Old 2013-08-18, 01:38   Link #915
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^I must admit, I got kind of a sick laugh out of:
"I found the "Tiananmen Counter-Revolutionary" level way too easy. The enemy didn't even put up a fight."
I loled at that too, but the sheer volume of typical mainlander skullduggery (did you see the austrian guy get called out for coming from the birthplace of hitler?) soon made me forget it.
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Old 2013-08-19, 18:44   Link #916
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What are the chances of a peaceful resolution?
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Old 2013-08-19, 18:53   Link #917
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Likely to be the same as last time in the 1970s...table it to later. Unless the two want to start flexing their naval power.
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Old 2013-08-19, 18:55   Link #918
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What are the chances of a peaceful resolution?
As China continues to use threat to spearhead a peaceful negotiations.. I doubt that....
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Old 2013-08-19, 19:12   Link #919
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Maybe dumping radioactive waste all over the island and surrounding waters may help solve the dispute *sarkasm*
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Old 2013-08-20, 01:48   Link #920
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What are the chances of a peaceful resolution?
Contrary to everyone's expectation, I really doubt it will turn into full-blown military conflict. Some military might flexing here and there by both side, but it will end up being shelved to address more important matter(China and Japan economic problem for example). Both side just don't have the leeway for a full blown military conflict IMO.
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