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Victor Yoon
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Medical Student, Miniature Painter, Gadget Enthusiast, Anime Watcher, PC Gamer.
Medical Student, Miniature Painter, Gadget Enthusiast, Anime Watcher, PC Gamer.

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I don't know much about the NINJAGO series, but I wonder why LEGO felt it was necessary to use fantasy Japanese-esque writing, when true-to-life English writing was acceptable. Was it fear of cultural appropriation, or alienating non-Japanese Asian customers? Curious.

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This doesn't tell me how great the game is; it just says how meaningless "Game of the Year" really is.
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Then-candidate Moon asked the following regarding the hastened deployment of THAAD in South Korea agreed upon by now-impeached president Park: “Would it happen this way in the United States? Could the administration make a unilateral decision without following democratic procedures, without ratification or agreement by Congress?”

Well, about that...

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Will Americans be saying the same in a few years?

Park's misdeeds reminded some South Koreans "how we haven’t cared enough about politics and have not been keeping close enough watch on how the government is run," said Kim Wan-kyu, a 34-year-old office worker who spoke to my colleague Anna Fifield when demonstrations first began in November.

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And this is precisely why business leaders are not guaranteed to be a good political leaders. A business is essentially a dictatorship in which the head of the business makes unquestionable decisions, and the dissidents are removed from the organization. The system has the benefit of rapid action and improvement at the risk of total collapse should the decision be a failure. It is acceptable, however, in businesses because when businesses fail, the employees can move on to find a new job. This is by no means how a nation should be run; a nation's failure and total collapse leads to absolute devastation, in which the people have no options for fallback. That's why nations that are successful are run on systems that separate powers and allow compromises, because this system provides stability at the price of slow development.

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