Former head of egg producer convicted for bribing ex-farm minister


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Got egg on his face

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We all know this is standard in Japan.

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Sentence, suspended as usual.

With Akita pleading guilty to the charges, his lawyers had called for leniency, claiming he was working for the benefit of the egg industry.

Sure. I believe ya.

As the French say, va te faire cuire un œuf.

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The best government money can buy!

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As usual the minister pleads not guilty and that will be the last we hear from him.

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Isn't it the NORM?? except Some get caught and some never do!!

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In many parts of the world almost NOTHING gets done without Bribing someone in office, and Japan is no different.

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He's just a shell of a his old self now.

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It took 3 years to sentence this case.

Shall we hear about the Tokyo Olympics bribes in 3 years.

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I bet if some poor soul stole half a dozen eggs from a supermarket, he'd be behind bars.

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expand a government program to cover farmers' losses

The existence of such programs is the big scandal.

Can I get taxpayers money when I lose money? It not why not? Why don’t I get special privilege too?

his lawyers had called for leniency, claiming he was working for the benefit of the egg industry.

… Huh? Is that even supposed to be an excuse?

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The jokes are golden.

Why should you be careful about what you say around egg whites?

Everyone knows they can’t take a yolk.

As far as the bribe? ah well, standard here nothing to see here folks.

One more? Why not.

What is an egg’s least favorite day of the week?


Its Friday tomorrow, Have a good weekend readers.....

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But Akira becomes the second behind the new prime minister. Strange.

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He was only yolking....

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