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Why would any Asian nation in their right minds go about antagonizing the Japanese, considering the long history of Japan completely conquering the crap out of all of East Asia on one fell swoop.

I’ve heard the humorous adage “Never Fight A Land War In Asia” repeated, but that rule of warfare doesn’t apply to Japan.

The USA finally defeated the Japanese, but we did it yard by blood-soaked yard with flamethrowers at a terrible cost in human lives and ultimately had to produce an appallingly expensive secret weapon to vaporize their cities and end the war rather than launching an attack on the Japanese homeland. As a result of inventing this terrible weapon our world has never been the same since.

God’s sakes, Asia. Stop poking at the Japanese. They’re at least 300 years into the future compared to the rest of you twits. Every Asian attempt to conquer Japan has failed miserably, yet Japan has enslaved all of Asia three or four times already with little more than steely determination and sharp knives.

If Buddha wanted you to defeat Japan, he’d have blessed you dumbasses with a miracle. Knock it off already and get over it.

Japan orders military to strike any new North Korea missile launches

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NOBODY PANIC! #ukraine #northkorea

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I was Morse code technical advisor on “Charlie’s Angels” back around 2000. I spent about an hour alone with Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore and Lucy Liu telling them this story about Denton. They seemed very moved. They were very diligent pupils, and were very nice to me throughout. But the scene really didn’t turn out so well, as the movie in general didn’t either. But I was always glad that I was able to structure this particular lesson with Denton in mind.

When hell was in session (Admiral Jeremiah Denton)