Brian Wheway comments

Posted in: Mother of Kyoto Animation artist who died in arson wants memorial; residents opposed See in context

I would like to see a small children park where children can play and be happy, if its just a stone plaque, it could be a very sad place, the best solution would be to have a small park/childrens area, with a monument, then every body should be happy, Who's going to pay for it? well how about a web site for donations so fans can contribute, also the local town council could contribute as well. and the animation studio could donate as well.

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Posted in: Fans remember victims 6 months after attack on Kyoto anime studio See in context

Wether a building should go back up I am not to sure about, may be I could be made into a children's play area with swings and slides. make into a happy area rather than a sad one.

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Posted in: Fans remember victims 6 months after attack on Kyoto anime studio See in context

I dont think its right to leave this building standing, it does need to demolished, even if its structurally sound.

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Posted in: Rain hits Australian fires, but blazes still rage See in context

Ive just been looking at the above picture, firstly I dont think that any one could comprehend the heat that was generated when these trees caught fire, secondly what is going to happen to these scorched trees? will they be felled to make way for new ones? the timber is useless for any sort of timber production, the only thing you can do with it is bio fuel ie fell the tree chip the whole tree and sell it to power stations. if you leave the trees standing they will dry out and next time there is a fire they will be fuel for the fire.

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Posted in: Ghosn's Japan lawyer quits after client's flight to Lebanon See in context

I wonder if the prosecution service are planning to arrest Junichiro Hironaka on suspicion of aiding and (or) betting, being instrumental CG to escape, in the UK its could be classed as perverting the course of justice.

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Posted in: Adult Cream Pie coming to McDonald’s Japan See in context

This article has put a big smile on my face today, there are so many innuendoes, double entendre, oh dear!! ( slightly sighing)

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Posted in: 3 of Japan’s best whiskies about to disappear as shortages loom See in context

@Robertm, "Japanese whisky will always be a distant competitor to Scotch, Bourbon and Irish whisky"

I beg to differ, how come the best, or gold award was given to a Japanese whisky, it was ranked the top number one whisky in the world, as for bourbon, I would not clean my dirty frying pan with it its horrid, but that me,

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Posted in: Environment minister Koizumi to take 2 weeks paternity leave See in context

I hope that Shinjiro san does take the time off, rather than just saying he's going to. As for will it inspire other guys to take time off? I hope so. but change a nations way of life is going to be an uphill struggle.

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Posted in: Connected cars moving targets for hackers See in context

@BBof C B yes, its a sad inditement when security has got worse although the general public think its got better!! most cars are stolen within 10 seconds, as for holding car manufactures accountable, well they will tel you that its better! HA! its not, if you want security, get a car with an old fashion key, it takes longer to get in and smash the locks or stealing locks, although its not full proof, it takes longer, so the crime know this so they target newer cars. the car manufacturers are aware of this, but they don't seem to be bothered, as they make money out of selling new cars to the insurance companies!!, vans are targeted by crooks, they "peal and steal " side doors on vans, if you get two big blokes pulling on the top edge of a side door, they are so thin they just bend open, so being able to hack into a computers ECU on a car, its just another way to steel cars, I suppose if you tell the ECU to open a door and disable the immobiliser there of with your new car!

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Posted in: Connected cars moving targets for hackers See in context

cars are so easy to steal now days, especially if you have keyless entry, crims can have a chip reader, they take the signal that you key fob sends out to your car they read that signal and program there own key as soon as they walk up to your car it unlocks and starts as the car thinks its you, no smashing of glass, no ripping out, or hot wiring the car. work contractors are loosing multiple thousands of pounds worth of tool on a daily basis in the UK, even if you take your keys upstairs to your bedroom they can still steel your car, as you key fob is still sending out a signal, some people are now putting them in a metal tin.

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Posted in: Australian 'megablaze' finally brought under control See in context

Its been alleged that arsonists have started some of the fire, well I hope they catch them, and they deserve a stiff jail sentence for their reckless actions.

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Posted in: Australian 'megablaze' finally brought under control See in context

The cost to the people of Australia, Billions of dollars

The cost to the environment, and the animals, priceless.

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Posted in: Abe warns conflict with Iran impacts entire world See in context

Any body who eases tension in the Middle East at this moment in time for what ever reason is a good thing.

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Posted in: Japan asks Interpol to issue red notice for Ghosn's wife See in context

"NEW FLASH"!! Carlos cat has an arrest warrant out inits name, apparently its wanted on alleged peeeeeerjury

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Posted in: Japan asks Interpol to issue red notice for Ghosn's wife See in context

"NEW FLASH"!! Carlos cat has an arrest warrant out inits name, apparently its wanted on alleged peeeeeerjury

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Posted in: Japan asks Interpol to issue red notice for Ghosn's wife See in context

Heres my piece of advice for the Japanese prosecutors "Confucius quote", when in hole stop digging. your only embarrassing your self and you prosecution service.

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Posted in: Cram school teacher arrested for attaching dog collars to young student See in context

Sounds like a control freak, is this a power struggle that's going off in his head?

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Posted in: Japanese gov't, prosecutors, Nissan call Ghosn's accusations baseless See in context

Mori said Japan's justice system "sets out appropriate procedures and is administered properly," and does not bar a person from seeing an individual unless there is a flight risk or danger of evidence being destroyed or concealed.

so that can be applied to everyone that the J government thinks is guilty, so no one has got a chance.

Her comments, made available in a statement in Japanese, English and French, said that "there is no way" that the prosecutors would "take part in any kind of conspiracy of any interest groups and investigate a matter that has not reached a threshold."

Uuuum, realy? do you think we're stupid?

Suga, the top government spokesman, said at a press conference that Ghosn's "claims are one-sided and not convincing at all."

Oh boy they are convincing, they really are. try and convince the rest of the world that he's wrong, show us your evidence lets have a live trial via the internet,

During preparations for his trial at the Tokyo District Court, prosecutors disclosed over 1,000 pieces of evidence to the defense team, the senior prosecutor said, while claiming Ghosn fled because he considered the evidence irrefutable.

ok lets see them then.

The Japanese government, prosecutors and Nissan Motor Co officials on Thursday largely shrugged off claims made by the automaker's former chairman Carlos Ghosn at his first press conference after fleeing Japan, saying he failed to clear his name.

well you would wouldn't you? just a cheap swipe at him, he's innocent and you know it!

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Posted in: New car sales in Japan fall 1.5% in 2019 See in context

I wonder if people have woken up and realised that these K cars are a death trap, and have moved away from them to something with a bit, or a lot more protection. as for Nissan, well they deserve every thing they get, I would not buy one the way they have treated Mr G.

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Posted in: Arrest warrant issued in Japan for Ghosn's wife See in context

I wonder if they will send out an arrest warrant for his kids too!?

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Posted in: Pentagon chief denies U.S. leaving Iraq; Tehran crowds mourn commander See in context

I can see why donny has done what he did, but I think he's kicked over a hornets nest this time, and they are going to sting him, but unfortunately its the troops in the country that will have to take all of the flack from his act.

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Posted in: More details emerge on Ghosn's escape from Japan See in context

Not only my self will be waiting to hear what CG has to say, but the J police, prosecutors, security officials, government, media, will be as well.

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Posted in: Tokyo stocks plunge, yen surges amid rising Middle East tensions See in context

@citizan smith, oh yes it has. its dropped from 147 down to 141 yen to the pound from the other day

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Posted in: Japan to strengthen border checks, review bail conditions after Ghosn's escape See in context

This court case has wider implications than first thought, the whole world is watching this case and the saga that's now unfolding, I wonder what sort of ramifications this is having on trade deals with X country and Japan. Are, or will foreign investors think twice about wanting to open up or expand they're business in Japan, especially the way they ( the Japanese judicial system ) have treated Mr CG.

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Posted in: New site to allow shinkansen tickets to be booked outside Japan See in context

My frustration is its easy to buy the tickets here in the UK, but the bottle neck or pain in the bum is having to que up at the ticket booth in Japan to pick up the rail card, most of the time it take over an hour to get a JR card pass.

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Posted in: 24-hour video on fugitive Ghosn checked only once a month See in context

"as a private security company hired by Nissan Motor Co to keep watch over Ghosn stopped work."

now, is that very unlucky this happened just at a critical moment in time? what a coincidence, people call me a cubicle old sod from time to time.

see through clear plastic box, private jet, detail flights plans, hire of a jet, come on, It looks like Gosan has played and bent the law to make his escape, I recon this has been orchestrated months ago.

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Posted in: NHK's annual 'Kohaku' music show sees rating fall to record low See in context

Ive just watched some clips on youtube, jeeps, the clips I've seen rather unrehearsed, lame, and not a polished performance as you would expect.

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Posted in: Turkey detains 7, including 4 pilots over Ghosn's escape through Istanbul See in context

Its a shame that he can't defend him self via a internet link from the Lebanon, to a Japanese court. he can be asked questions, and paper work can be scanned into a computer so all can see the (alleged) evidence.

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Posted in: Turkey detains 7, including 4 pilots over Ghosn's escape through Istanbul See in context

The brown stuff is really hitting the fan now!!!

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Posted in: Cheers, tears, prayers for 2020: A new decade is ushered in See in context

Happy new year to all of the J news readers, and the moderators to, lets wish this year we have less natural disasters, political leaders see sense and stop fighting, and people wakeup to the problem of global warming and its problems.

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