Brian Wheway comments

Posted in: Crown princess, on 55th birthday, says she is 'insecure' but vows to do her best as empress See in context

I wish her all of the best, as she has a lot of important duties to full fill in the up and coming moths, years that are ahead of her.

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Posted in: City hires a hawk to chase occupying army of crows away from city hall See in context

The easiest solution, and possibly a very controversial one would be to shoot them with a shot gun, but Japan has a strong buddhist community and this might not go down too well with people. IF these birds are not a problem, why chase them off? if there is a problem what is it? is it just the noise, or is it they deficate every where and there has been complaints?

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Posted in: High school teacher disciplined over sexual harassment after serving alcohol to girl See in context

The teacher is bang out of order! inviting a young girl back to his accommodation, after midnight! and supplying alcohol, no, no, no.

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Posted in: 1 Marine killed, 5 others missing after 2 aircraft collide during mid-air refueling exercise See in context

Ive been an air craft buff for years, but I am struggling to think of what could have gone wrong, either way its a tragic accident, just hope they find the other crew still alive and well

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Posted in: Ex-Nissan chief Ghosn to be served with fresh arrest warrant See in context

This is one hell of a come down for Mr Gosan, in one day, from all the trapping of a luxurious house/appartment, TV, heating, food, wine, etc, to a 7 mtr cold square concrete box with nothing. now that's hard to adjust to.

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Posted in: Shiseido Japan’s same-sex kiss ad wins gold in Epica advertising awards See in context

very clever add, not a single word is spoken, but the message is conveyed through actions and emotions.

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Posted in: Japan's justice system under scrutiny over Ghosn's continued detention See in context

I have mixed feeling about this guy being held in these conditions, but what people are forgetting that he's been accused of underreporting his salary, to the tune of $44 million, and why would you under report such a large amount? is it so that you dont have to pay local tax? if this is the case is this not a case of tax fraud? and its been reported that he used companies money to decorate his own houses that have got nothing to do with the company, so this is misappropriations of company money. these are serious accusations and need to be treated seriously. when some one has got a lot of money it is very easy for them to get out of the country very quickly, so locking him up is a good way of stopping him from fleeing.

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Posted in: Relatives of victims mark 6th anniversary of Sasago tunnel disaster See in context

6 years! where does time go? I can remember it like as it was yesterday, as for the victims relatives I hope they get some sort of closure when the maintenance team get called to attend court.

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Posted in: Thousands of Australian students skip school for mass climate protest See in context

some politicians still think global warming is a pack of lies and its a load of rubbish that has been made up, so it highly commendable to keep on at these politicians that its not rubbish it is happening and ALL countries need to do more.

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Posted in: Japanese gov't ordered to pay damages for noise at U.S. Yokota air base See in context

Why should the Japanese government have to pay the compo, should it not down to the US government to pay out as it THEM that make the noise?

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Posted in: Some Japanese firms encouraging employees to take worktime naps See in context

If some was to go home earlier spend time with the family, go to bed earlier, get up slightly latter, this way that person would have deep quality sleep, get up refreshed, rather than napping at work, napping should not be a replacement/substitute for a good sleep.

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Posted in: Man to sue former boss over yearend party assault resulting in burns See in context

I am sure the Japanese judicial system has the equivalent of assault or grievous bodily harm, IF they guys face was pushed/held in hot water for some time, could that constitute as trying to drown him? if so that is manslaughter or attempted murder.

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Posted in: Mother who left dead baby in train station locker gets suspended sentence See in context

I can only think that she had a home birth, IF, the baby was still born, is there some way that the hospital, local ward, or council, or funeral place could help her? is Japan that callous it won't offer any free support? is this why she abandoned the infant in the locker? is it through despair?

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Posted in: Foreign travelers begin returning to Japan after natural disasters See in context

A good exchange rate help to.

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Posted in: Fire truck arrived at burning home without water, fire department says See in context

When does the 90 degree bowing start?

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Posted in: Forest management worker shot dead by hunter in Hokkaido See in context

You should never pull the trigger until you can clear identify your target/quarry.

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Posted in: Transport ministry eyes inspection of JAL, ANA over pilots' drinking See in context

To make it easier and fully understandable there should be a world wide set limit and a set of standards that ALL airline and pilots should adear to when it comes to alcohol, this way there can be no confusion over different limits in different countries.

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Posted in: 1st snow of season in Sapporo latest ever recorded See in context

"Renault, threatening the alliance formed in 1999 that's now selling more than 10 million automobiles a year."that's just cars, let alown all of the air plains burning fuel, factories, big ships, god knows how many cars USA companies pump out, how much CO2 and other nasty emissions electricity power stations produce, you dont have to be a rocket scientist to understand that all of the gases can't be good for the planet, and it is going to have an effect weather if you like it or not.

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Posted in: Mother fatally stabs sons, aged 3 and 5 See in context

Words fail me some days. her act is totally inexcusable, and they were totally defenceless.

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Posted in: 11-hour waiting time at Mickey Mouse attraction at Tokyo Disneyland See in context

I dont think that I could wait 11 hours to see a bloke in a mouse costume, my life is to short for that.

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Posted in: Lost Disney film showing Mickey Mouse's predecessor found in Japan See in context

IF the film is made of acetate, its lucky that it has survived for this long as it normally becomes very brittle and brakes up.

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Posted in: City sued over girl's death caused by collapsed school wall See in context

What I fine amazing is this accident occurred in June this year, but the time limit has expired ( 5 months) why such a short time? surly when a death has happened it should be longer than that. How do you collate all of the data for your case, and file it for prosecution in this short window of opportunity? is that why is so short?

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Posted in: Westin tracks See in context

What a stunning picture! I bet it put a huge smile on not only children face, but adults to. 10/10 to the management and staff that are involved in setting up this tree. Is the train on time every time?

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Posted in: 50 countries vow to fight cybercrime - U.S. and Russia don't See in context

I hope some one hacks into the Kremlins data base and wrecks it! now that would be funny.

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Posted in: Death toll rises to 23 in California wildfire See in context

Donald trump is only concerned about one thing,,,,,,, Donald Trump,

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Posted in: Trump under fire after cancelling WWI cemetery visit See in context

Donald trump is only concerned about one thing,,,,,,, Donald Trump,

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Posted in: Woman arrested over Australia strawberry needle scare See in context

I would give her the bill for all of the wasted fruit, from the farmers, stores and households, then give her the bill for ALL of the medical treatment that has been administered to unlucky people that have been affected by her actions, then give her the bill for all of the police time involved, this should run in to tens of thousands of dollars, I know some people will say what happens if she has not got any money, well she can break rocks until that dept is paid off. and then fine her.

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Posted in: Trump under fire after cancelling WWI cemetery visit See in context

OK DT didn't turn up as he might get his hair wet, what a pathetic little man you are, the guys who were on the front line being shot at, bombed, gassed, whilst this was happening there fellow friend and colleagues were dead, dieing, sliding around in mud, soaking wet, cold, etc, and YOU, dont want to get your hair wet, what a total low life you are DT! total disrespect, you have the comfort of a water proof jacket, and an umbrella, you could go back to your hotel and have a hot shower, these guys didn't have such luxuries.

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Posted in: Death toll rises to 23 in California wildfire See in context

Oh boy! that looks a mess, its very sad that people have not only their lives, but their property to. we also forget the environment and the impact the fire has had/caused, hundreds of trees have been burnt to charcoal, then there is the animals from birds to deer, insects, that have lost there source of food, the whole eco chain has been disrupted for quite a few years. we hear often about "global warming" I just wonder how much of these fire actually add to GW, they must realise tonnes of CO2 into the atmosphere.

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Posted in: Japanese man arrested for wildlife smuggling in Australia See in context

@hiro, "Probably a lot of dislike coming my way". yep, you was right!

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