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Posted in: Survey ranks Japanese prefectures by how much people want to continue living there See in context

I agree with the above comment. Once you live in Chiba, it’s hard to imagine living anywhere else.

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Posted in: Yamaha tweet on instrument case after Ghosn escape goes viral See in context

This is just an attempt at SNS viral advertising... move along, nothing to see.

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Posted in: Taiwan's pro-Japan young people back Tsai's re-election See in context

China and Korea, having fought wars and naval skirmishes with Japan during the Middle Ages, will most definitely incorporate anti-Japanese sentiment into their educational system.

Other Asian nations that were colonized or annexed by Japan don’t have that issue, so are generally favorable toward Japan.

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Posted in: Taiwan’s leader reelected as voters back tough China stance See in context

Blame Nixon, who thought by pandering to China, he could keep the USSR at bay. Almost overnight, Taiwan lost its diplomatic status with half of the UN, and Japan sadly severed diplomatic ties with Taiwan a year later.

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Posted in: Automakers display 800 modified cars at Tokyo Auto Salon See in context

Ahhh... the Auto Salon. So much better than the Tokyo Motor Show which just showcases concept cars that you can’t have.

The Auto Salon showcases crazy modded cars that you can’t have.

And the amount of fabric on the girls seems to diminish in surface area every year.

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Posted in: Iran says it 'unintentionally' shot down Ukrainian jetliner See in context

If they were on high alert (permission to fire without authorization from high command), an operator with a twitchy finger could very easily mistake a taking off aircraft that would “suddenly appear” in its screen for a US stealth bomber preparing to drop its payload.

Stealth bombers are only visible on FC radar during the brief period when they open the bomb bays. With a limited time to acquire target, an eager operator would most likely take that shot, and under the circumstances it would only have to be authorized by the commander present, rather than go all the way to the top.

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Posted in: Trial opens for man accused of killing 19 at home for disabled See in context


Read my previous comment.

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Posted in: Man accused of killing 19 disabled people disrupts trial See in context

Yes, apparently marijuana can turn people into psychotic killers.

Not healthy individuals, but some studies show that marijuana use may exacerbate existing conditions like paranoid schizophrenia. Although this individual “only” had narcissistic personality disorder. He mentioned in an interview with a journalist that marijuana made him lethargic and reduced his desire to carry out his “mission.” So he only used it occasionally. So in this case, marijuana use could have actually prevented this crime from happening.

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Posted in: Man accused of killing 19 disabled people disrupts trial See in context

This guy seems to be influenced by Nazi eugenics “master race” programs. In his own words; “As a representative of justice and as a superior individual I need to be physically fit and attractive. That is why I practice martial arts and had cosmetic surgery.”

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Posted in: Man accused of killing 19 disabled people disrupts trial See in context

His lawyers are pushing the “insane” and “under the influence of marijuana” angle, but he is denying both.

”I am not insane, I did what needed to be done to improve society and eliminate individuals who consume resources and contribute nothing.”

”I have used marijuana in the past, but it made me lethargic and inactive. I can confirm that my use of Marijuana has nothing to do with my actions.”

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Posted in: Trial opens for man accused of killing 19 at home for disabled See in context

He is a criminal so why does he look like he has just walked out of a Shibuya hair salon ?!

That photo is from the time of arrest. According to court sketches, he currently has shoulder length black hair and plastic frame glasses.

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Posted in: Gunman shot dead by parishioners in Texas church attack See in context

The assault weapons act actually created the NRA as we know today.

The NRA was originally supportive of gun control and their activities mostly consisted of teaching and qualifying marksmanship to the Boy Scouts and giving the “assume all weapons are loaded, don’t touch, call an adult” class at schools.

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Posted in: Gunman shot dead by parishioners in Texas church attack See in context

Holy moly! The town is called White Settlement? wow!

There are a lot of towns with unusual names. Boogertown, NC; Knockemstiff, OH; Fartsville and Poopsdale, MO...

Perhaps the founder of the town was named White, like.... Barry White?

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Posted in: Train themed on Japanese rock star HYDE launched See in context

So when’s the Yoshiki and Miyavi train?

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Posted in: Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa selling his private jet See in context

There is also bowl of cheap Japanese snacks, which are Maezawa’s favorites, on one of the tables. The video company captioned it as “Feels out-of-place”. It certainly does.

Rich people eat junk food too. Just ask the guests at Trump’s BigMac dinner party.

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Posted in: High school student dies after jumping into Tama River after losing rap contest See in context

When I was a kid, out of pure boredom, we did some pretty stupid games with stupider penalties for the loser. It’s sad that this one had to end tragically, but it could happen to anyone growing up in a boring town.

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Posted in: Court orders journalist to pay damages to reporter Shiori Ito in rape lawsuit See in context

Yes, that much is true.

However, later footage shows her walking through the lobby normally. Which is one of the discrepancies Yamaguchi’s attorney pointed out. I’m not taking sides on this issue, as we don’t know yet the definitive truth. However, the circumstances involving the situation are sketchy at best. Especially the fact that Yamaguchi was considering passing his position in the Washington office to Ito.

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Posted in: Court orders journalist to pay damages to reporter Shiori Ito in rape lawsuit See in context

Is this an OJ Simpson situation ---- not guilty, but guilty? I thought he had been cleared in the case.

Because the criminal case was dismissed for lack of evidence and contradictions in Ito’s testimony, but Ito won the civil damages suit.

This entire incident is shady from all sides. In the red corner you have an elite-class journalist with powerful friends. In the blue corner, a young aspiring journalist.

He says:

She had quite a lot to drink, six glasses or more of Sake; as I was told later by the sushi chef, and she was in no condition to walk home alone. I took her to my hotel room where she vomited several times and fell asleep on the bed, while I slept on the couch. After a few hours, I was awoken by the sound of her taking a shower and when she returned she seemed to be sober, we then engaged in sexual intercourse.

She says:

I was inebriated to point of being unable to walk, and do not remember anything from after the sushi restaurant. When I regained consciousness Yamaguchi was forcing himself on me, and I was unable to resist. I awoke later in the morning to sharp pain all over my body.

CCD from the hotel lobby says:

She walked through the hotel lobby with Yamaguchi, in high heels and unaided.

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympic marathon set; 3 loops on a course in Sapporo See in context

Seeing as the course runs right through Susukino, the authorities may use it as excuse to crackdown on the famous red-light district.

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Posted in: Is rugby in Japan on a roll after WorldCup, or will the 'rugby bubble' deflate? See in context

Although public interest in rugby may fade in the same way it does a few weeks after the latest Star Wars release, Japan does have a fairly well established rugby base in university and corporate leagues. It’s up to them now to take the opportunity to expand the sport.

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Posted in: Criticism of Japan's coal policy raising climate awareness at home: Koizumi See in context

The “sexy” comment was also totally blown out of proportion, as it was obvious, if you saw the video, that he was just being funny.

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Posted in: Blind Japanese skateboarder uses cane to ride the rails See in context

This impressive guy, and the blind skier who navigates by making rapid clicking noises with his mouth, essentially turning himself into a human sonar, have some next level sensory evolution.

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Posted in: 'Little Miss Period' tackles Japan's menstruation taboos with a punch See in context

It was only a couple of weeks ago that company wanted menstrating women to wear badges at work.

It was suggested by a senior female staff member as part of a larger awareness campaign, and the female workers were mostly positive about it.

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Posted in: 'Little Miss Period' tackles Japan's menstruation taboos with a punch See in context

The creators are treating it like they are talking to a bunch of elementary school children not adults!

During every US war since WW1, troops were taught the importance of information security, STD prevention, weapon and vehicle maintenance, marksmanship, etc, by... you guessed it, comics featuring “Buxom Betty.”

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Posted in: Some people prefer to say holiday tree instead of Christmas tree. What's your view on this? See in context

Holiday Tree? How would you like some Freedom Fries.

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Posted in: Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who wants to amend part of Article 9 of Japan’s Constitution, argues that the Constitution was created during the U.S. occupation after World War II, and that some parts of it do not fit into the realities of the modern world. Do you agree with that view? See in context

3 generations of ultra leftist social conditioning will not change into “Pre-war glory days” overnight, or even over several decades because of the revision of a single paragraph.

The pacifistic nature of Japan’s constitution is so embedded into society and law, that according to laws regarding “excessive self-defense,” you may even be arrested for assault for injuring an assailant who attacks you first.

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Posted in: What are some of your favorite Christmas-themed movies or TV shows? See in context

Die Hard, Planes Trains and Automobiles.

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Posted in: What are some of your favorite Christmas illumination spots in Japan? See in context

The clear winter sky, away from urban light pollution.

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Posted in: Police officer leaves gun in convenience store toilet See in context

When I was a teenager, I had a summer job setting up, maintaining, and transporting ports-johns for state fairs, events, concerts, etc.

The amount of forgotten firearms and drugs we found in the Johns was enough to start a small gang.

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Posted in: Famous Tokyo boxing gym to close following internal feud See in context

Is he related to Koji Gushiken, the gymnast of LA Olyimpic fame? Very unusual family name, so maybe?

He may very well be related, however, Gushiken is quite a common name in Okinawa.

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