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Posted in: Demonstrators block delivery of tsunami debris in Kitakyushu See in context

why not just make a monument out of those trash and earn from the tourism.

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Posted in: 68 people suffer food poisoning at Hotel New Otani in Tokyo See in context

i think it's noVovirus and not norovirus.

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Posted in: Floating gateway See in context

i've been there last January. very beautiful place

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Posted in: A dictionary that understands grammar See in context

and it's free

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Posted in: A dictionary that understands grammar See in context

i've been using that application since 2010 with my android phone. that's why i didn't bother buying an electronic dictionary when i was there.

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Posted in: Mao Asada's mother dies while daughter on her way back from Canada See in context

48 years old is way to young to die of liver cirrhosis. this is a slowly developing disease.

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Posted in: Apple fixing iPhone 4S battery drain See in context

iPhone lovers are always in denial. they're afraid to admit in public that this product is not the best smartphone ever. it's just all hype

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Posted in: Singapore top destination for Japanese professionals: Robert Walters survey See in context

i agree with you

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Posted in: Princess Mako turns 20 See in context

she would've looked much better in a kimono.

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Posted in: TV commercial of the week: Cup Noodle Futomen Dodo See in context

I didn't know Japanese people can be funny. i thought they don't have any sense of humor at all

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Posted in: Empress marks 77th birthday See in context


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Posted in: Samsung seeks iPhone sales ban in Japan, Australia See in context

Apple is sooo greedy. Most of their products were made in China so they can profit more. (NO wonder he died early.)

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Posted in: Unlicensed 16-year-old joyrider confesses to hit-and-run in Saitama See in context

if you're going to do something illegal, make sure you won't get caught.

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Posted in: 'Come and get it:' Tokyo sends out call to cash-rich Chinese tourists See in context

that's the irony of it. the Chinese prefer buying "made in Japan" products rather than their own even if they have an "akihabara" area in beijing called "Zhongguancun". Because they already know that their products sucks! while the rest of the world still continue patronizing their chinese-made products. And because of this, they are getting richer and richer by the minute.

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Posted in: Tearful fans from Japan, other countries farewell Rain as he joins S Korean army See in context

what took him sooo long? he should have done this when he was 18 years of age. this only shows that the korean youth won't ever escape mandatory military service.

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Posted in: U.S. ambassador to Philippines apologizes for sex tourism remark See in context

The Ambassador might not have the correct data to back up his comment, but i think what he said was true. Filipinos have high regard for family and friendship. No matter how poor they are, they can still find some things in life to make them happy. They always have a happy disposition in life. this is probably the reason why filipinas are in such great demand to foreigners.

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Posted in: Why do so many Japanese women take photos of their food at restaurants and post it on Facebook or their blogs? See in context

I take pictures of food but i don't post it on facebook. i just want to remember the ingredients so i can prepare them at home for myself. And i'm not japanese.

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Posted in: Nuclear cleanup workers being recruited from society's lowest rungs See in context

i agree with dhaen. we call it "triage".

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Posted in: Japan's Christians celebrate Easter amid disaster See in context

This natural disaster teaches us that we should not be afraid of death. Even a God who became man, or the richest man or the wisest man on Earth, will eventually die. No one is spared from death. anytime, or anywhere you go, somehow death will befall on us. No matter how prepared we are, we will eventually die someday. Japan's recent natural disaster is the perfect example. And when It comes, we can't bring with us our money, properties, etc.. So the other lesson here is, to stop our greediness for material things.

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