Brian Wheway comments

Posted in: U.S. demanded Japan pay $8 bil annually for troops: Bolton See in context

@Peter neil, trump will be gone soon, you wish! I bet you he will return like a bad smell in a lift.

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Posted in: Kimono maker creates face mask for hostesses See in context

correct my if I am wrong, but this vail looks as if its been made from surplus knicker elastic and a maid o san's white apron.

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Posted in: Kimono maker creates face mask for hostesses See in context

This vail is absolutely useless, its as much use as a chocolate tea pot.

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Posted in: Man clinging to moving car hits utility pole, dies; driver arrested See in context

I think the police need to look into this a bit deeper, I cant understand how or why you can hold onto a modern car door handle, they seem to quite smooth, unless he got part of his clothing caught, it sounds like Shigeta san wanted to open the door and pull the driver out and have a fight, but the driver drove off, like most people would.

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Posted in: U.S. demanded Japan pay $8 bil annually for troops: Bolton See in context

USA: We want $8 billion to station our troops here, if not were pulling our troops out,

Japan: Well its been nice knowing you, cheers!

USA: Oh ***t!

Japan: So we can take it that you would be all packed up and left by the end of March next year then?

IF the US troops were to pull out of Japan next year, I just wonder how much it will effect the economy? how much do the contribute to the local shops, economy and infer structure?

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Posted in: 21-year-old man arrested for confining children aged 2 and 1 in room See in context

" he just got fed up with the children," I am sorry m8, but they are not a toy or commodity, they are living beings, you cant just leave them like this, you have to look after them. And where was he? pachinko pallor? shopping? pub? what an irresponsible jerk, time for some chemical castrations.

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Posted in: Kyoto woman arrested for stealing cat from pet shop; offers strange justification to police See in context

£2000 for a cat? In the words of John McEnrow "you cant be serious"

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Posted in: Cheers See in context

Aaaar, come on guys your so picky! these ladies are gorgeous!!

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Posted in: World War II forces sweetheart singer Vera Lynn dies at 103 See in context

very unfortunate.

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Posted in: Soap dispenser in Tokyo public toilet switched with one full of acidic liquid See in context

It beggars belief how low, and stupid people get.

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Posted in: Ex-justice minister, wife arrested over alleged vote buying See in context

Getting people to vote for you and dishing out money in return, could the classed as bribery? what is the sentence for bribery? my opinion is why should I vote for some one how is not 100% honest and truthful? if they are as sly at this stage, what are they going to be like latter on?

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Posted in: 5-year-old girl falls to her death from 8th-floor balcony See in context

May be the law needs to be changed to raise the minimum hight of these balconies, either way a very sad loss.

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Posted in: Gov't to promote staggered holidays to curb congestion, virus spread See in context

I would like to see the US judge politely say get stuffed as its not legal, I would love to see the Japanese prosecution team when they open that email.

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Posted in: U.S. naval buildup in Indo-Pacific seen as warning to China See in context

I wonder if this has got anything to do with the up and coming election in the USA?

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Posted in: Gov't to promote staggered holidays to curb congestion, virus spread See in context

When I go on Holliday, my work phone is switched off until I return, its a strange idea/concept for some people, but it works very well for me.

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Posted in: The odd phenomenon of some Japanese husbands making their wives put their socks on for them See in context

If I had asked my late wife to put on my socks for me I think the reply would be (expletive) off.

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Posted in: Floyd’s death hastens shift in police pop culture portrayals See in context

lets balance it up a bit here, don't forget "shaft" he was a no nonsense cop.

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Posted in: Two arrested over death of man whose body was found in minivan in May See in context

Any idea on motive? were these guy out to steal the mini van and this guy got in the way? yak related?

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Posted in: 15-year-old girl hit, killed by train in apparent suicide See in context

I just hope the train co don't sent her parents the clean up bill and the bill for the combo to the train travellers, its adding insult to injury.

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Posted in: Formula 1 cancels races in Azerbaijan, Singapore, Japan See in context

It must be an absolute nightmare for these organisers to try and arrange races, travel restrictions, flight restrictions, quarantining, disinfecting, social distancing, the list goes on, then we have the issue of sponsorship, if your a sponsor of a F1 team and you have your corporate logo on full display, and rightly so as you have paid for that space, but it begs the question, are these sponsors now going to retract the advert investment? as they are not getting their brand out there, as its won't been seen on TV, and there is no one to see it at the race circuit. And since some of these companies profits have took a tumble, it makes me wonder what impact is it going to have on F1?

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Posted in: New Zealand city removes statue of its 'murderous' namesake See in context

Stop the world , I want to get off, its gone stark raving mad.

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Posted in: New Zealand city removes statue of its 'murderous' namesake See in context

Who's next ? Sir fancies drake? he was a pirate according to the Spanish, he got up to other things as well, so where do we stop? how far do we go back in history?

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Posted in: Taxis across Japan delivering hot meals to make up for virus losses See in context

This c19 virus has had a profound effect on our lives and the economy, some companies will file for bankruptcy , some will gain, and flourish. it has certainly had an effect on me, and people around me, it is as if the whole economy has had a major reshuffle. people are doing thing that they would not have done before as they didn't have to, but now its a case of survival. I've noticed that baking flower is hard to get hold of, as people are at home baking with there children that are not at school, people are not having as many take away meals as they are not at work, so they are at home with time to cook a proper meal, which is a good thing as a nation were pretty much over weight. the pace of life has slowed right down, which is a good thing. and its very quiet, which is good, I love to hear the birds sing first thing in the morning whilst I am drinking my first tea of the morning, nature has started to creep back into our lives.

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Posted in: Bonnie Pointer, early member of Pointer Sisters, dies at 69 See in context

Another sad loss to the music industry and there fans, loved the pointer sisters as well as sister sledge, they have had some fantastic songs over the years, sad new indeed, RIP Bonnie.

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Posted in: Britain starts mandatory self-quarantine for arrivals See in context

This article made me smile when this was announced on the radio the other day, who is going to be checking to see if you'r in self isolation? the police? if so the police force is basically a skeleton crew, since we have had sweeping austerity measures imposed on us some years ago to get public spending down, the police force is stretched to the limit, the judicial system is grid locked as the CPS is a skeleton crew, its a joke. as a result crime here is on the increase, I know of stacks of companies that have been broken into, tens thousands of pounds of equipment and tools were stolen, and they don't even come out to investigate the crime, they usually give the victim a crime number so they can claim off there insurance. so just remind me who, and how are they going to check up weather if were self isolating?

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Posted in: 20-year-old woman arrested for abandoning body of newborn in park toilet See in context

@cracaphat, arrr yes my fault, I hadn't had several coffee to wake me up that morning, now I see the comment about remains.

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Posted in: Plunging cost of wind and solar marks turning point in energy transition See in context

A easy way would be to make it compulsory that even new built home must have sola tiles or panels. Tesla have invented a sola roof tile that looks like a roof tile, if this was installed right at the beginning, it would save thousands of yen, dollars, pounds, instead of installing a roof, then paying someone to remove these tiles then install a sola tiles, it would make a lot of sense to do it from the beginning.

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Posted in: 20-year-old woman arrested for abandoning body of newborn in park toilet See in context

I am sure there are going to be a few people on J news make various comments about she's unfit to be a mother etc, but we don't know all of the facts yet, and I am not going to judge her. There must be a reason why she's tried to cover the birth up, may be she was sexually assaulted or had a one night stand, cant afford to bring the baby up or has no maternal instincts, and now she is embarrassed, or she might feel that she might bring shame on her family, either way she needs help, either in the form of medical attention and some help to get use to having a baby, it must have been a shock to her. in the above article it mentions that the baby was in a plastic bag, what it does not say is wether the baby is alive or not, I hope it is! I wish both of them a speedy recovery.

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Posted in: Shigeru Yokota, father of N Korea abductee, dies at 87 See in context

I hope that some picks up his touch and starts to carry it, so that his hard work will be not in vain.

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Posted in: Japan's low virus mortality rate reflects social manners: Aso See in context

"Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Taro Aso said Thursday that Japan's relatively low mortality rate from the new coronavirus reflects the country's higher "level of social manners."

Or could it be since Japan didn't test 90% of the country so they don't really know who's go the C19 virus, or who's had it.

And for the people that have passed way, have they been tested? if Japan had tested people as well as Europe and the US has, these squeaky clean figure would show a whole bunch of different figures.

I feel that the true numbers have been gently manipulated.

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