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Posted in: Australian girl, 4, killed by pitbull-mastiff See in context

Laguna, you're right, breeds are groups of dogs with a number of features that people wanted to them to have. But any living creature does not inherit these features, it inherits only the norm of reaction, the possibility of a feature to be developed. Here comes the background (master,nutrition,training) that determines, whether your dog becomes cruel or not.

WilliB, what's wrong with my name? So you want to justify that there's no guilt of the owner, who bought a blood-thirsty dog (or brought it up) and overlooked its the fact it was a monster? As it was said before, dogs are very dependent on people and they keep up to their expectations. If this dog killed a child, it just acted according to the value system its owner (or trainer) raised it with. Dogs are not wild animals — people can change them. And if you ask, why there is no news about Labrador Retriever killing people, i'll say that retrievers are supposed to be family dogs or companions and are usually purchased by families with children or good-tempered master, whereas pit bulls are bought by aggressive or unstable people. I'm sure, that if you beat a retriever every day and humiliate it, it will hate peoople and kill one or two.

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Posted in: More dismembered body parts found in canisters in Osaka See in context

they'll just arrest and force a confession out of a random Chinese man.

Yeah, that's right, the police have the same methods all around the world. BTW, in this case it will take them two Chinese men and one Chinese woman to solve these murders.

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Posted in: Australian girl, 4, killed by pitbull-mastiff See in context

“A breed doesn’t do these things, an individual dog does, and it’s irrelevant what the breed is,”

I completely agree with this statement. I used to have two bull-terriers and everybody who saw them in the street were startled at them. However, all my neighbours and friends considered them as the prettiest dogs in the world. The breeds have nothing to do with it. If you judge dogs by their breeds it the same thing as being a racist.

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Posted in: Teacher arrested for molesting woman on train See in context

"allegedly molesting a woman" "is alleged to have fondled the breasts" What does this "alleged" mean? You either do it or not. Molesting is not a thing that needs profound investigation.

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Posted in: More dismembered body parts found in canisters in Osaka See in context

Guess the police will not dare to solve a case involving yakuza. The criminals will go scotfree.

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Posted in: Giant tent being built over Fukushima plant's No. 1 reactor See in context

If i'm not mistaken, they used lead in the USSR and it took them 8 months to erect the containment 60m high and 18m thick. I find it reckless to start the construction 5 months after the melt down. Also, it took about 1 month to reduce the radiation level to 0.5 sieverts in 200m above Chernobyl plant.

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Posted in: TEPCO says it has lost contact with 143 nuclear plant workers See in context

Oh wow... That's to say they have not signed any contracts with TEPCO?

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Posted in: Revised money lending law creating desperate housewives See in context

I can't think of a situation, when a breadwinner does not know, how much he earns and the amount his family spends. No doubt the husband of Kazuko was aware of her debts. Otherwise he was uninformed about the famlily's financial plight. BTW, has anyone seen that MLBL? I don't think it was such a severe law as they say. Perhaps that's just another hit on the current gov't to show it deserves no credit?

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Posted in: 31.4% plan no summer break See in context

In that case it sounds not that absurd.

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Posted in: 31.4% plan no summer break See in context

12.3% said they will visit the graves of lost loved ones Everything except this looked normal. I did not expect so many young people to have lost their partners. Perhaps, i don't get it in the right way? They mean grave like grave, at a cemetry?

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Posted in: 21% of young men stuck in poverty's slow lane See in context

There's something wrong with this poll. They say 2'000'000 yen is almost poverty. Is living in Japan so expensive, that $2'100 per month is not enough? So, how can 50% keep within 10'000 yen? 70% possess savings in excess of 100'000 yen. How can they be unsatisfied with their income, given they have enough money to put it by? As for 4'000'000 yen ($4'200 per month), it's rather a sum for a young and unexperienced worker, don't you think so?

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