What an excellent idea. If you decide not to bear the responsibility of living in a society, then you shouldn't be allowed to benefit from that society.
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Why not ask your friends why they 'chose' not to go back to work? As the mother of two children with a lot of Japanese friends, I don't know anyone who 'chose' not to work because they wanted a life of leisure. Terrible wages, long working hours and difficulty in finding daycare are why they resigned themselves to having to give up their careers.
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Alex EinzToday 12:41 pm JST
many young women in Japan ( provided they look ok and can have basic social skills) have perfected free entertainment,dining and gifting .... their live has become much easier due to such amazing technological advances such as tinder and such...
So you are suggesting that women should be happy with poverty wages because they can always get free food and drink by prostituting themselves? (provided they cute enough)... disgusting.
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Well done Kazu. I think his fees are probably already high as he is pretty famous in his field. His giant head sculptures are amazing.
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Racism may not be the underlying motive for everyone, for some it is jealousy, for others xenophobia, for most I suspect it is a deep dissatisfaction with their own disappointing lives that they project outwards. Whatever the reasons, the level of bullying of that woman is incredibly disturbing. A quick glance at the DailyMail online comments section is sickening.
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A bad attitude to the differently-abled is a bit of a theme in Matsudo. No elevator in the JR station either.
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@MichealGrant is correct. When the banknotes are pulled apart, the amount of money the bank will redeem depends on how much of the note remains. 100% for anything above two thirds, 50% for over one third, and 25% for over a quarter - irrespective of whether or not the serial number remains.
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