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Posted in: Man gets 18 years in prison for fatal highway road rage incident in 2017 See in context

Good. Good riddance to bad rubbish. The guy is an.......

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Posted in: Gov't OKs bill to make 10-day holiday around 2019 imperial succession See in context

Sounds like a pain in the posterior.Im goig to have to reschedule lessons etc in my school.No paid holidays for us suckers.

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Posted in: JAL pilot, arrested in London before flight to Tokyo, admits being almost 10 times over alcohol limit See in context

From my limited knowledge of pilots on long hauls,it seems they used to have 2 days off after a long flight and it was customary to get hammered the first day and then play golf and stay sober the second day.But because of cut backs they now have only one day off after a long flight.So they dont have the chance to get hammered,But there is always a few who cant break the habit.Not excusing him just telling you what I heard from a BA pilot

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Posted in: Canada makes final preparations before cannabis becomes legal See in context

what are the preparations? Mass importation of brownie mixture, lava lamps and hammocks.hahaha

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Posted in: Melania Trump says she might be 'the most bullied person in the world' See in context

Yes she has an awful tough life.My heart bleeds for her

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Posted in: Trump's Supreme Court nominee tearfully denies woman's sexual assault allegation See in context

Interesting shenanagins here.I'm a 50 year old man by the way.One the one hand are these allegations provable.But on the other hand from a womans point it seems to have happened quite a lot especially in the white frat gang in America. I've seen this behaviour amongst a lot of guys here in Japan.And probably the girl didn't/couldn't complian. Considering the position that is up for grabs and his angry reaction to being questioned he doesnt seem right.But the can of worms this is opening is frightening.Will in the future peoples internet searches be taken into account.Everyone has had a quick look at something dodgy.

America is such a polarized place these days.I love the americans I have met in Japan but it has started becoming so 2 sides.The venom on both sides is quite scary.Maybe they shoud start playing Marvin Gaye in their schools/shopping malls etc Why cant we just live together. Wake up people you are destroying a country that used to be an example to others.

The era of outraged social media is very sad.1984 coming ????

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Posted in: 2 dead, many injured as typhoon hits western Japan, shuts down Kansai airport See in context

Great photo.I sat this one out with a few tall bottles of Asahi 633mls.Was reallly strong.In my garden a tree blew ,the sign of my school was flapping in the wind and a fence came lose.And that was just in Nagoya.Hope vevryone is well

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Posted in: Rescuers search for survivors as death toll from floods, landslides rises to 157 See in context

20years ago when on the Jet program I used to be sent once every two months to Nuwa a small island in the inland sea to teach. It was always so beautiful there and I felt so lucky to get to see this part of Japan. Heard a mother and her 2 daughters were killed in a landslide there. Wondering if I taught the mum all those years ago. Not many kids on these islands to ensure their future. The people were so friendly and kind always giving me presents. May they rest in peace

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Posted in: Australian supermarket staff suffer abuse after single-use plastic bag ban See in context

Once people get used to it it will be fine. Irish people got used to this year's ago. I'm surprised the Australians hadn't banned it already. Japan is disgraceful on this respect. But as long as your products look cute or stylish who cares about the damage being done long term

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Posted in: Japan booed as it advances on yellow cards despite losing to Poland 1-0 See in context

OK they did what they had to do. I wonder if they will discuss this sneakiness for the next month just like they did the American football hit. Bending the rules irks both ways

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Posted in: Scientist launches hunt for Loch Ness 'monster DNA' See in context

More chance of Scotland qualifying for the football World Cup than there is of finding a monster

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Posted in: Japan's home-share listings grow ten-fold on month to 1,000 ahead of new law See in context

Everyone is slamming the rule be abuse its a way of knocking the govt. ( I don't like then at all either) but recently Amsterdam, Barcelona, New York have all racked down on this. May slightly different reason s but as great as Air BnB is to use. It does need some rules

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Posted in: Trump threatens U.S. allies on trade before leaving G7 summit See in context

what a fantastic photo.So many things going on.Historic

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Posted in: Man in prison arrested over murder of 9-year-old girl in Okayama in 2004 See in context

Do the not do DNA testing on sexual offenders. Seems unbelievable in this day and age

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Posted in: Tokio pop group member's contract terminated over indecent act See in context

And this is still dominating the news. As said before way overblown.

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Posted in: Salah magic leads Liverpool to 5-2 win over Roma in Champions League semis See in context

Salah is so clinical.His foot is like a paintbrush.Firmino played a blinder too.Those 2 last goals were sloppy but it was well worth waking up at 3.45 for.Fantastic game

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Posted in: England's top six among European powers set for Champions Cup See in context

So ridiculous.Insatiable greed for more games ( revenue).How are the players who have finished a long seaso,then had the world cup expected to them complete another full season.Going to be alot of injuries via burnout.Too many game being played and I love football

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Posted in: Trump says there will be 'big price to pay' for Syria chemical attack See in context

I remember reading a book in the 90s about the middle East and being about how the culture of absolute destruction of your enemy existed. In 1982 Assads father completely destroyed the city of Hama. He literally bombed and razed it to make a point.

Sadly it seems nowadays no one knows what to believe. Did he didn't he.

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Posted in: 'Brilliant' Liverpool should have killed off City -- Klopp See in context

Man I remember 2005 and trying not to wake up the neighbours with my screams at 4,30am when Liverpool came back against Milan. This nearly felt as good. We might not win it but its been a great ride.

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Posted in: Ireland the new king of European rugby after beating England 24-15 See in context

Ireland had England in their pockets the whole game. So sweet to see on Paddy's day. Going to enjoy this world cup in Japan

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Posted in: Lots of talk, little action in Congress after shootings See in context

Isn't it just insane that american kids go to school with a chance of being killed.Isn't it insane that this happens so often.Isn't it insane that these kids practice lockdown drills as if it is a normal part of life,just like japanese kids practice earthquake drills.Isn't it insane that still after so many years of this no legislation has changed.And finally isn't it just completely insane that most people on hearing about a mass shooting in the US just shrug their shoulders and say "ah another one"

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Posted in: England's injury problems continue ahead of Six Nations See in context

the english getting their excuses for losing in early!! C'mon Ireland although Scotland could be this years dark horse.Hopefully the frogs will still be crap

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Posted in: Tokyo to encourage foreign tourists to splurge on nightlife See in context

A lot of foreigners like to go clubbing. How about reforming g the inane restaurant that govern dancing after midnight!!!

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Posted in: Irish police find no link to extremism in fatal stabbing See in context

dcog9065why in gods name would tourism be hit beacuse it is not a terror attack.It is a a tragic loss for one persons family.No need to try and use it for other motives.Very sad that a young man living his dream abroad died in this way,C'est fini

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Posted in: Japanese man killed in stabbing spree in Ireland See in context

as an Irish in Japan I am very sorry to hear this news.Deepest condolences to the Japanese man's family.Some of the above comments are bizarre if not ignorant.

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Posted in: Retail giant Aeon to stop selling porn magazines from January See in context

A lot of the people who are saying this is bad must not have children.There is a time and a place for everything. It’s not about making out that sex is bad but some of these mags especially the manga ones are absolutely shocking and as it is a public store they should have a bit more sense about how they display them.

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Posted in: Man arrested for causing death of two in Tomei Expressway crash following argument See in context

This guy is a tosspot if ever there was.Nothing to do with the truck that collided from behind as they were stopped in the fast lane,it was night and also on a bend in the road.How that fool wasn't killed makes you wonder.Tragic for the two daughters involved.Unfortunately can't do him for manslaughter ,but that is what he is guilty of.

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Posted in: NFL players, owners defy Trump on anthem protests See in context

comical for the rest of the world to watch!! Old trumpy is really making America great but not really in the way he would like.The greatest loser maybe.

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Posted in: Justin Bieber abruptly ends world tour See in context

Say it isn't true!!!

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Posted in: 'Three idiocies' that are ruining Japan: Obsession with numbers, rules and meetings See in context

When I was driving yesterday i passed a gas company office and all the staff were out doing their morning stretches!!Haha I thought they had got rid of that years ago.No fun when its 32C

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