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Testing Japan’s hottest panty-removal method 【Video】

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When you get to be really famous, sometimes people will ask you some strange questions. If you’ve got even a passing interest in the Japanese entertainment or music industries, you’ve probably heard of evergreen male idol group SMAP and Takuya Kimura, its most popular member. Kimura hosts a weekly radio program, and in the most recent broadcast, he was asked by a listener for his thoughts on women’s panties that tie up on the sides with strings.

Rather than comment on their fashionableness, the star responded with his idea for the best way to remove said underwear, which got his many fans all in a flutter. Here at RocketNews24, though, we don’t have time for abstract panty theory. We’re all about practical life hacks, so today we’re testing Japan’s most-talked about way to remove lingerie.

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Millions of Americans rediscover their revolutionary soul as they lay down the gauntlet to Trump

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Just under five million people, the vast majority of whom were women, marched in cities and towns, not just across America, but worldwide. Their demands were many but, in essence, that US President Donald Trump goes. The numbers – only one day after Trump’s inauguration’s speech, so full of deceits – were unprecedented.

In Washington, photos of the demonstrators showed they vastly outnumbered those who attended the inauguration ceremony. But this was no ordinary demonstration. It was the beginning of a worldwide revolt against the reactionary values that Trump exemplifies.

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The marches on 21 January followed on from demonstrations and riots in cities across America on Inauguration Day. Over 200 people were arrested.

A continuum of resistance

Women have a long history of fighting fascism, patriarchy and authoritarian tendencies.

In 1936…

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Celebrate spring with pink buns at McDonald’s Japan

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This year, the sakura cherry blossoms are scheduled to start appearing in Japan as early as March 20 and will slowly move their way north as the country begins to thaw after a particularly snowy winter. Just one day after the appearance of the actual blossoms, McDonald’s will release a spring-inspired burger that takes a cue from the very sakura that Japan is so famous for. But with a pink-colored bun and sakura mayonnaise sauce, it’s unclear if the odd combination will be as well received as cherry blossoms and beer.

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Former MI6 agent’s Trump allegations, despite FBI inaction, may only be the beginning

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Months of inaction by the FBI forced former MI6 spy Christopher Steele to turn to the ‘alternative’ media to publicise his allegations against President-elect Donald Trump. In the end, the allegations were published in the form of a ‘dossier’ by BuzzFeed. But there are more allegations to be examined. And there is still the unanswered question: is Trump a clear and present danger – not only to America, but to the entire world?

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Journalist imprisoned on Australia’s gulag accuses health agency of death by neglect after latest tragedy

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On Christmas Eve, Oscar and Delta compounds – two sections of Australia’s offshore prison on Manus Island – were wrecked after rioting. Wilson Security guards were ejected from the compounds. This was in response to the death of 27 year old Sudanese refugee, Faysal Ishak Ahmed. Two days earlier, Ahmed suffered a fall and blacked out. On Friday 23 December, he was flown to a Brisbane hospital, but it was too late to save him. Documentation (see below) shows the Australian medical staff at the island prison failed to adequately respond to all the warnings. An Iranian journalist, imprisoned on Manus, has accused the clinicians of crimes. So when does death by neglect become corporate manslaughter? (See Appendix, below, for answer.)

(To see more articles by Tom Coburg, click here.)

8146960-1x1-340x340Ahmed had made numerous requests for medical attention to the prison authorities, but these were rejected. He had also…

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State-owned Chinese company buys John Holland key provider for Defence Dept in construction in $1.15b deal 

John Holland is the Defence Department’s key provider of construction services, with contracts of about $570 million in 2014, according to the Australian Defence Magazine,which releases an annual r…

Source: State-owned Chinese company buys John Holland key provider for Defence Dept in construction in $1.15b deal 

Jesuit Old Boys now our new Leaders

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The story in The Australian on September 14th, 2013, confirms that in Australia our two-party preferred system is a two headed serpent with the same agenda, or as either previous leader would say, the faceless men run this country.

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On one side we have the Labor movement which has been taken over by the International Labor movement which is run by the Fabian Socialists of which Gough Whitlam was known as Fabius Maximus.

The way private schools are run compared with the public school system is testament to the fact that there is an agenda afoot to dumb down the population.  Of all the schools in the country, and students attending those schools, what are the statistics of all our leaders coming from those private schools?

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