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Via Mashable
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Obama clearly had his priorities in place when honoring Japan's Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe, during a recent visit to the White House.

And I quote: "Today is a chance for Americans, especially our young people, to say thank you for all the things we love from Japan. Like karate and karaoke. Manga and anime. And, of course, emojis."

Way to go, chief.

weeaboo obama

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Via hypun
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We'll let some of these pics of the glorious Pokéstockpile inside do the talking...


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Via psion0011
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This is called the Green Demon Challenge!

The name refers to something that is typically considered a boon in Mario games: the 1-up mushroom. Basically, you find and activate a 1-up mushroom but don't grab it. You try to collect all eight red coins in a level, as well as the star, without letting a 1-up mushroom catch up to you.

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The headline here says it all, guys...This piece of news sounds like something pawned off the script of Pacific Rim or something. And let it be known here that we're just a few mere months away from Megabots, Inc. sending off its deadly robot to take on whatever Japan has put together. Take a look for yourself though, of this badass bot:







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Amidst all the Pokémon GO madness, it's heartwarming, bittersweet moments like this that can really strike a chord of positivity in an otherwise mad and wild circus.

So, when a Japanese Pokémon GO player tweeted that he found his deceased younger brother's favorite pokémon beside his headstone, it's a nice bit of serendipity.

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