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Posted in: Liverpool returns to top spot; Everton humiliates Man United See in context

Love when the word abysmal is used related to United. Better up their game on Wednesday

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Posted in: Giants See in context

Wow. One of the first photos I took when I moved to Japan in 1997 was that. Lovely memories. Surprised it's still there

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Posted in: Liverpool back on top as Salah stunner kills off Chelsea See in context

tough trying to stay up for all this in Japan..Must be waking the neighbors with  middle of the night screams

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Posted in: Japanese actor and musician Pierre Taki arrested for alleged cocaine use See in context

This is costing this guy an awful lot of money in penalties for his endorsements. Like hundreds of thousands of dollars.

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Posted in: Trump touts rapport with Kim at summit; 'satisfied' with talks See in context

Will he meet Maduro next? No he isn't able to threaten the US in any way.

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Posted in: Osaka Prefecture to allow children to bring smartphones to school See in context

My daughter has been a nightmae since she started using a smartphone.Has turned into a zombie.Like a drug addict when you stop access to it if she has been rude.Cant imagine letting kids have them in class would be a great idea

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Posted in: Japan's baseball practice culture sacrificing children's arms: surgeon See in context

baseball clubs in japan are insane in the amount of training they do.

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Posted in: Man arrested for beating girl after she helps woman who vomited on bus See in context

Sometimes you just despair about people

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Posted in: EU rebuffs May; says no-plan Brexiteers deserve 'place in hell' See in context

I7m irish.What Tusk said was so wrong as a diplomat.Just getting the tory/we are britain backs up.

Time for the brits to wise up.This is a mess you made it because you didnt have a clue wht you were going to do.I lived in Northern Ireland at that time.It was a nightmare.Now isso much better.Dont use the backstop as your excuse for having no ideas

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Posted in: Melbourne roasts as heatwave continues See in context

Did you see all the dead horses up north, plus the fruit bars dying en masses, only female turtles being born as their gender is temperature decided. But no climate change connection

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Posted in: 'Short skirts cause sexual assaults,' according to Japanese school uniform poster See in context

I was in an Aeon shopping mall this weekend and there were some high school girls doing a cheerleading show on a stage in the mall.The first 2 rows were made up of older men with their video cameras leching .It was so obvious what they were doing,sickening but no one did anything.Its accepetd here,no matter the lenght of skirt

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Posted in: Jones wary of Ireland star Sexton's 'bat phone' to referee See in context

ironic that the aussie has become the whinging pom.Getting your excuses in early Mr Jones

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Posted in: Chinese ambassador warns Canada to stop rallying allies See in context

Nazi China eh. The Chinese have been trying this in Australia too. Trying to influence free thinking in a negative way. Yeah Tianemen square never happened, disappear people who oppose you, cultural genocide on the Tibet and and Uighirs. Oh yeah China you are a beacon of model behavior

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Posted in: Brexit bedlam: May's EU withdrawal deal crushed by 230 votes in parliament See in context

They are so useless it is astonishing.They had no plan from the start as they never thought they would win in the first place.

No if the Brits want to shoot themselves in the foot fair enough but they are really messing up Ireland.

Hope there wont be a return to the bad old days in NTh ireland just because the Torys are having a pissing contest.

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Posted in: Five things we learned from Ghosn's day in court See in context

can you imagine the stink the japanese govt would raise if Sth korea detained a japanese executive over war reparations.It stinks to high heaven that even if he is suspected of something he is still detained.Id expect that from China or Russia but japan ...shame shame shame

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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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