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These kind of things show the strange fascination that kids have with asia - it is very different from us so it must be bad or wrong. Stupid, I know. Apart from tis one, there is another big English-language skeptic forum that I think you have heard of, the former JREF forum, now the ISF forum. an independent entity with no affiliation with or endorsement by the JREF, including the section in reference to "JREF" topics.
easy peasy japanesey" doesnt mean anything. it is used to say something's easy, but the "japanesey" is meaningless. it is there because it rhymes.Effective 9/1/2015 the JREF has made major changes including converting to a grant making foundation and no longer accepting applications for the Million Dollar Prize from the general public.
My mum is chinese, my dad is Japanese, look at the state of me (when chinese is said, the corners of the eyes are pulled up, when japanese is said, pulled up, and when 'me' is said, one eye is pulled down and the other up. On October 5, 2014, this online forum was divorced from the JREF and moved as its own entity to International Skeptics Forum.It's a shithole, full of people who range from just JAQing off to out and out racists, as opposed to our one or two concern trolls who never have an opinion of their own to offer that we get here. You know. Like you. The foundation produced two audio podcasts, For Good Reason which was an interview program hosted by D.J. Grothe, promoting critical thinking and skepticism about the central beliefs of society. It has not been active since December 2011.  Consequence was a biweekly podcast hosted by former outreach coordinator Brian Thompson in which regular people shared their personal narratives about the negative impact a belief in pseudoscience, superstition, and the paranormal had had on their lives. It has not been active since May, 2013. 
Board of Directors of The James Randi Educational Foundation. "JREF Status". James Randi Educational Foundation. James Randi Educational Foundation . Retrieved 15 October 2016. For Good Reason podcast Episode Archive". James Randi Educational Foundation. December 12, 2011. Archived from the original on April 21, 2015.For a skeptical forum, there seems to be a lot religious and political conspiracy theorists there. Am I misjudging them?