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(Japan Times)   Latest viral video doesn't involve a pet, a Diet Coke bottle, or some reality show doofus, but a Japanese U.N. diplomat uncomfortable in English who shouts at his colleagues to shut up, shut up   ( divider line
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2013-06-13 01:35:59 PM  
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Wouldn't be mad at guy for telling the chucklenuts to shut up. Keep the giggling for when you're talking to people behind his back or something, if you really think his statement is so humorous then wait till he finishes and then lay it out. It's like it's a first grade classroom full of children. This is the U.N. that's being talked about so close enough I guess.
2013-06-13 12:10:54 PM  
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His English is better than my Japanese.

Don't touch my moustache.

2013-06-13 12:09:18 PM  
1 vote:
You are a man of extraordinary magnitude. You have our gratitude.

/fistful of yen
2013-06-13 12:09:07 PM  
1 vote:
"representative from Mauritius"

Yeah he should probably just shut up.  This is why the U.N. needs to be dismantled.  In-fighting and hen-pecking take up 99% of its efforts.
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