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 Japan Times - “Syphilis is back as sex diseases rise,”
 Japan Times - “But what does this offensive into the North American market mean to the artists themselves”
 Japan Times - “Taiwan was more than happy to send its geopolitical rival away with the wooden spoon.”
 Japan Times - “Puffy Gains Real-Life Foothold on 'anime' -crazy U.S. Market”
 Arkansas Times - “By Wednesday morning, the Arkansas Times had changed its tune, calling for a massive federal response. For the living, the prospects of homes, power, water, phones, jobs, ATMs, medical services, food any semblance of normal life are only the most distant dreams in New Orleans today. The 1927 flood seems to have been eclipsed in scale of destruction, ... A massive federal response is imperative.”
 Arkansas Times - “Down in central Arkansas, the people running the Arkansas Times (which perhaps could be called the kiddy paper when compared to the grown-up Arkansas Democrat-Gazette), demonstrated their complete ignorance and utter tactlessness by accusing Bush of trying to get free press by declaring disaster areas. As if Bush needs any free press. Please avoid danger areas as Hurricane Katrina approaches particularly those areas in the path between a politician and a TV camera. Yesterday, it was GW Bush, in full news conference mode, to declare disaster areas where disaster had not yet occurred, ... Today its The Huckster, home early from the Southern Governors Conference, to direct the Arkansas response to Hurricane Katrina. He skeds a 10 a.m. news conference to discuss state governments effort to assist residents of Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama. ”
 Arkansas Times - “By Wednesday morning, the Arkansas Times had changed its tune, calling for a massive federal response. For the living, the prospects of homes, power, water, phones, jobs, ATMs, medical services, food any semblance of normal life are only the most distant dreams in New Orleans today. The 1927 flood seems to have been eclipsed in scale of destruction, ... A massive federal response is imperative.”
 Arkansas Times - “By Wednesday morning, the Arkansas Times had changed its tune, calling for a massive federal response. For the living, the prospects of homes, power, water, phones, jobs, ATMs, medical services, food -- any semblance of normal life -- are only the most distant dreams in New Orleans today. The 1927 flood seems to have been eclipsed in scale of destruction, ... A massive federal response is imperative.”
 Arkansas Times - “By Wednesday morning, the Arkansas Times had changed its tune, calling for a massive federal response. For the living, the prospects of homes, power, water, phones, jobs, ATMs, medical services, food any semblance of normal life are only the most distant dreams in New Orleans today. The 1927 flood seems to have been eclipsed in scale of destruction, ... A massive federal response is imperative.”
 Arkansas Times - “Down in central Arkansas, the people running the Arkansas Times (which perhaps could be called the kiddy paper when compared to the grown-up Arkansas Democrat-Gazette), demonstrated their complete ignorance and utter tactlessness by accusing Bush of trying to get free press by declaring disaster areas. As if Bush needs any free press. Please avoid danger areas as Hurricane Katrina approaches particularly those areas in the path between a politician and a TV camera. Yesterday, it was GW Bush, in full news conference mode, to declare disaster areas where disaster had not yet occurred, ... Today its The Huckster, home early from the Southern Governors Conference, to direct the Arkansas response to Hurricane Katrina. He skeds a 10 a.m. news conference to discuss state governments effort to assist residents of Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama.”
 Arkansas Times - “Down in central Arkansas, the people running the Arkansas Times (which perhaps could be called the kiddy paper when compared to the grown-up Arkansas Democrat-Gazette), demonstrated their complete ignorance and utter tactlessness by accusing Bush of trying to get free press by declaring disaster areas. As if Bush needs any free press. Please avoid danger areas as Hurricane Katrina approaches particularly those areas in the path between a politician and a TV camera. Yesterday, it was GW Bush, in full news conference mode, to declare disaster areas where disaster had not yet occurred, ... Today its The Huckster, home early from the Southern Governors Conference, to direct the Arkansas response to Hurricane Katrina. He skeds a 10 a.m. news conference to discuss state governments effort to assist residents of Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama. ”
 Arkansas Times - “Down in central Arkansas, the people running the Arkansas Times (which perhaps could be called the kiddy paper when compared to the grown-up Arkansas Democrat-Gazette), demonstrated their complete ignorance and utter tactlessness by accusing Bush of trying to get free press by declaring disaster areas. As if Bush needs any free press. Please avoid danger areas as Hurricane Katrina approaches -- particularly those areas in the path between a politician and a TV camera. Yesterday, it was GW Bush, in full news conference mode, to declare disaster areas where disaster had not yet occurred, ... Today it's The Huckster, home early from the Southern Governors Conference, to 'direct the Arkansas response to Hurricane Katrina.' He skeds a 10 a.m. news conference to 'discuss state government's effort to assist residents of Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama.'”