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Posted in: Man arrested for allegedly molesting young girl in car See in context

Somebody should have instilled in her mind that you don't ever

get in a car with someone you don't know.

I'm thinking she won't ever forget, now.

That guy was a drooling wolf, waiting for an innocent lamb...

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Posted in: Schoolteacher bullied by colleagues; curry rubbed against eyes See in context

Wow, it isn't enough the stress of a new teaching job, but to bear these

losers and their pathetic behavior when you are an otherwise a strong male adult?

No one should have to endure this kind of crap while being a student, or a teacher.

A job's security should be merit based, not how long you stay and harass others.

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Posted in: Organizers fear security staff shortage for Tokyo Olympics See in context

Gotta love the media. The preparations for the Tokyo 2020 are going well. The media is grasping for straws. First it was the weather, now it so call security staff shortage. What is next? Not enough food at the venues?

I read some time ago, that there were concerns over the use of water,

during the Olympic games season...

The most effective way to regulate the use of water is to ratchet up

the fees to use it.

Like "fuel surcharges" on the cost of flights, ( that never went back down when fuel stabilized )

who wants to guess if the cost of water will be raised, and not returned to previous rates?

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Posted in: Nissan not currently considering asking CEO Saikawa to resign See in context

Saikawa apologised on Thursday and vowed to return any improperly paid funds as he admitted to Japanese reporters that he had wrongly received stock-related compensation under "a scheme of the Ghosn era".

Complete theater.

Striking that false humility, "who me?" pose so many Japanese do,

to render themselves blameless.

If anything, this is bonafide proof that his behavior is equal to

the charge that Ghosn has been only accused of.

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Posted in: South Korea calls for ban of 'rising sun' flag at 2020 Olympics See in context

Japan's flag is a "red sun" in the center of a white backround.

This is an international sports event, not a military exercise.

I rarely side with South Korea, but this time, I agree.

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Posted in: Justin Bieber opens up on drug abuse, weight of fame See in context

I wish him all the best.

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Posted in: New prosecutor defends handling of Ghosn case See in context

"The criminal legal system is designed so that we must look at the evidence," Sogi told reporters at the Tokyo Prosecutors Office. "Overall balance is important."

Translation: Lock him up so we can make evidence "balance" in our favor,

and he can't do a thing about it.

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Posted in: Two 17-year-old girls arrested for dumping newborn baby’s body near river in June See in context

You are saying child abuse is a choice on the part of the child? Children who sell their bodies are not making an informed choice. Where was this child's parents, teachers, neighbours? Why did they all ignore what she was doing, her pregnancy? If we neglect our children we cannot blame them for their self destructive behaviour.

This girl ( 16 is over the age of consent ) drops her newborn infant and leaves it in a bag,

and this is about her being abused?

I'm thinking she kept her pay-date activity secret, and after the pregnancy

went into denial until a baby dropped.

I don't know how or why her parents could not see she was pregnant, 

she obviously kept a lot of secrets.

There are places where a pregnant person can turn, if they need to, 

but you have to seek them out.

This girl took no action except to call a girlfriend to help cover her ass, 

about 9 months too late.

You can blame everyone else for her behavior,

but at some point, she'll have to own up to it.

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Posted in: Kimono no more: Kim Kardashian West renames shapewear line See in context

This is one area she knows about,

body contouring.

She might give SPANX some competition.

I'm glad she had the sense to rename her product.

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Posted in: Two 17-year-old girls arrested for dumping newborn baby’s body near river in June See in context

That poor infant.

RIP.

That was the only helpless life in this scenario.

All the rest were in charge of their lives, and choices.

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Posted in: Companies having hard time letting go of heels: poll See in context

Maybe if there were better shoe styles/designs in lower heels, it wouldn't make a difference what heel height a woman chooses to wear to work.

They have some of the most unflatteringly ugly shoes styles here,

for business wear.

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Posted in: Man arrested for spraying NHK fee collector with fire extinguisher See in context

Just say no, shut the door, or better yet,

don't answer it.

No need to injure a guy doing his gig,

no matter how crap it is.

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Posted in: Omar: Go to Israel, see 'cruel reality of the occupation' See in context

> What does Israel have to do with her job as a politician in the US?

Nothing. She is not a politician, she is an activist, using her elected position in Congress,

to further her anti-Trump, anti-Israel agenda.

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Posted in: Short look See in context

An affluent bimbette displaying her nationalistic assets.

What's the rumpus?

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Posted in: Harassment book seeks to raise awareness of minority discrimination See in context

If you want everyone to love and accept you,

you are looking in the wrong place-

It starts with yourself.

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Posted in: Can Tokyo's efficient rail system handle Olympic strain? See in context

Japanese people and those who live here bear the train crowding, 

but at Summer Olympics with foreign guests, it will be ugly. 

They have put new bars between 2 seats (what used to be between 4) 

to guarantee the "right" amount of people squeeze in seats.

These bars hurt as they press on hips, legs. 

I give up a seat often, as the other person already sitting is too large for me to fit

without a "cutting" bar...

Before the bar, it was easier to find a seat.

They "welcome" tourists here, but then build new trains less accommodating,

for small Japanese people only.

Foreigners having to stand in jam-packed trains might boost taxi service.

In any event, I will leave during the Olympics!

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Posted in: Man arrested for molesting elementary school girl See in context

A perv is a perv is a perv is a perv...

Separate and tag.

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Posted in: Aichi Triennale Art Festival receives 770 threatening emails See in context

People were pretty aggravated when they added a statue of a defiant little girl facing down "The Charging Bull" near Wall Street, it made headlines, and drew much controversy.

https://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2017/04/12/523592057/sculptor-of-wall-street-bull-says-fearless-girl-horns-in-on-his-work

I don't know why art has to pander.

It seems creating art high in technique and appearance is never enough,

there has to be a gimmick, a way to "truly" catch attention...

I wonder if there was no "comfort women art" would there be another thing that would set someone off to this degree...

Stirring the pot brings more attention = more customers.

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Posted in: Double disqualification after heat shortens Olympic triathlon test event See in context

There is such a thing as a pool water cooler.

Why Japan has never considered it is a mystery.

In such a competition, in sweltering weather, to bring down pool water temps

it might become a necessity.

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympic construction worker dies of suspected heatstroke See in context

Sad news about this worker.

At least 57 people died across Japan from the heat between July 29 to Aug 4 and 18,347 were taken to hospital. Some 45 people have died in Tokyo alone since Aug 1, NHK said, many of them elderly living on their own.

I think there should be a fuel subsidy for low income/elderly people during the summer/winter.

I wonder how many don't turn on the ac due to making a choice of eating or paying the electric bill? Wasn't electricity invented to make life easier?

And yet to use it, in some cases, is an extravagance.

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Posted in: Mayor of city in Saitama Pref arrested for punching female bar employee See in context

If you're going to allow drunks in your bar, you better hire a bouncer.

Young girl working shouldn't get the brunt of a drunken bully.

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Posted in: Students take stand against sexual violence at Japan's universities See in context

 why would you suggest that women are able to avoid sexual assault? It's not possible - sexual assault happens even under circumstances that would be called "safe" - at home, with doors locked; out with close friends not even drinking alcohol; taking a walk in the park in the daytime; going into a public restroom; riding to work on a train; visiting with a friend or family member - these are all normal, every day activities that women and men both do, yet even then we are not completely safe!

It's possible to learn how to defend oneself.

Please, do not lecture women about "keeping out of situations" when we simply cannot know when, where, or who will assault us. We already take all kinds of precautions, and we do not need lectured on the topic. To do so is both condescending and presumptuous.

How many women have been assaulted at karaoke bars during drinking parties?

And who is "we"?

If you mean women, I am a woman, and I'm lecturing no one.

I am not victim-blaming or doubting the plight of any victim.

And putting consent into parenthesis, as if it is not a real thing? Just WOW.

Wow?

Does a drunk person care about consent?

Does a rapist care about consent?

You are riding a high horse of feminism, with nothing but a victim banner.

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Posted in: Students take stand against sexual violence at Japan's universities See in context

Be pro-active.

Learn how to protect yourself,

defend yourself, and keep yourself out of situations

that could easily turn ugly, no matter if people understand "consent", or not.

Drink only with friends, near a wide open door.

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Posted in: Japan's food self-sufficiency rate lowest in 25 years See in context

Cucumbers, one piece almost a hundred yen in summer, due to poor weather?

Japanese celery, bland and expensive.

Watermelon, tomatoes in summer, through the roof.

Import!

Consumers are meant to absorb exorbitant produce fees, for bad weather?

If you can't grow it, import!

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Posted in: Ghosn's wife denounces restrictions on contacts See in context

She's right.

This persecution of this man and his family

without proof or basic rights, should be a wake up call to us all.

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Posted in: Man arrested for molesting flight attendant See in context

Just once I'd like to hear that a young girl thwarted an attack by a molester with a swift kick to the gonads.

You never hear it.

Too bad.

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Posted in: Man arrested after stabbing 15-year-old son with fork See in context

Get well, young man.

I pray your future gets brighter.

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Posted in: Reports say suspect in deadly Kyoto arson attack had grudge See in context

Earlier reports said that the arsonist did send threatening emails to KyoAni.

I wonder why they were not addressed, evaluated, or reported to police.

Along with over-crowded working conditions, no sprinklers, locked exits,

narrow stairs, KyoAni is not blameless.

RIP innocent people.

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Posted in: Japan sees worst suicide rate for those under 20 in 2018 See in context

Separating kids after sixth grade is the beginning of life-long pressure

with loss of support from friends kids once knew and trusted.

The pressure to get into a "good" school ruins everything.

As long as a school is accredited,

let kids go to their own districts, retain their friends, develop their friendships,

more inter-action between girls and boys, dances, school plays,

and fun activities, rather than obligatory hour-sucking clubs.

Parents, TALK with your kids every day, and know what's going on in their lives.

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Posted in: Man arrested for beating son 'to discipline' him See in context

You want to beat on something pick up some boxing gloves and go to the g'damned gym,

you don't beat on your child.

Brave boy, he has respect for himself.

I hope he doesn't ever have to make a return trip!

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