His opinion seems appropriate. Why bring attention to that issue? It's very embarrassing for Japan.
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There is no doubt that Japan and Korea have a troubled past. Let's hope for the best for both countries.
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Our monthly food bill for two of us is ¥90,000 or about ¥3,000/day
Ouch! Breaky 50 yen of milk, 50 yen of cereal, 25 yen banana.
Lunch. 40 yen bread. 100 yen tuna, 20 yen lettuce, 30 yen mayo.
Dinner. 50 yen rice, 200 yen fish, 20 yen miso, 100 yen veg, 100 yen dessert.
Grand total:. 785 yen full day full meals. Throw in 15 yen of tea and 100 for a midday snack. 900 yen done and done.
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Hm. I was schooled that eating while walking was a big no no in Japan. Now tax will promote doing so.
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So little information here. I demand the whole story.
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How are you supposed to do your job if there's a crying baby in the room? How is she supposed to do her job if she's taking care of a baby? It's not a matter of sexism. It's common sense, which apparently a lot of us don't have anymore. There's a pretty easy solution. Don't bring the baby. She had the baby, so she has to think of how to deal with that. She sounds like a baby herself.
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You are so off. Read more about what actually happened. The NDP were physically trying to obstruct democracy by not allowing a Conservative member to move. The PM went over to escort him, despite being from his opponent party. The NDP members refused to move. One of them got accidentally elbowed. The NDP leader just laughed at the childish antics his party pulled off. Trudeau was doing the right thing. I encourage you to find more information online about what happened before jumping to conclusions.
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I tried the bulgogi bake last weekend. It is a mass-produced unhealthy, fattening hunk of "food" that resembles the frozen dinner pockets found in the freezers of the discount grocery stores found all over North America.
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