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Posted in: Summer's here See in context

This should be the new super coolbiz fashion for young female office workers.

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Posted in: Policeman hit by car in Osaka See in context

I see two mistakes on the part of the officer. One, he never wrote down the license plate number (and now has to rely on such a vague description of the car as it being "silver"). Two, he shouldn't have been standing in front of the car when ordering the men out of the car.

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Posted in: A resigned Horiemon prepares for life in prison See in context

I had never heard of the expression "in stir" before, but sure enough it's in the dictionary. Probably commonly used in the 1800s.

I wonder what happens if an inmate has a wet dream? It's not directly under their control.

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Posted in: NEET spouse in the house not such a neat arrangement See in context

Hey, the charities only accept new clothes, don't they? Specifically to stop people donating worn, tattered clothing. As usual the weeklies are not to be trusted.

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Posted in: Man falls to death from platform at Akihabara Station See in context

If someone wants to top themself, then why not an alcohol overdose? A liter of vodka should do it for a regular non-drinker. First coma and then death, nice and easy (and a lot cheaper for everyone).

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Posted in: Afghans riot as anti-foreign resentment grows over Quran burning in Florida See in context

I wouldn't be surprised if this reverend is attacked by irate muslims in the near future.

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Posted in: Waiting to be delivered See in context

They should've air-dropped packages of food/supplies a week ago. Too bad it's against the law in Japan.

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Posted in: Malaysian paper apologizes for comic tsunami image; Singapore TV apologizes for sales pitch See in context

Lots of people saying insensitive things, for example those tweeting that the tsunami is some kind of retribution for Pearl Harbor or Paul Watson's "poem".

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Posted in: Precautions See in context

I'm no expert, but I don't think a face mask will really protect from radiation...

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Posted in: Happy birthday from KFC See in context

Looks like she's trying to blow out a non-existent candle.

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Posted in: Rescue team See in context

This is not a nice job to have. There are reports of rescue workers having to amputate limbs to free trapped people. I hope these valiant people aren't too distraught over what they will see.

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Posted in: Berlusconi's Ruby wants compensation See in context

“I don’t do anything for nothing.”

Sure sounds like a prostitute.

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Posted in: Nintendo chief says Sony portable is different See in context

Sony made a wise choice to stay clear of a 3D display - apparently the Nintendo 3DS is quite good at giving you a headache in 3D mode.

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Posted in: Job-hunting See in context

At least they don't have to skip uni classes to attend.

I think it's the camera but that guy has loooong feet.

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Posted in: Japanese whalers, activists clash off Antarctica See in context

Shooting water cannons is not that big a deal. Will every little piece of action by both sides end up in the news? In other news: "Sea Shepherd launched their helicopter", "Japanese whalers use their anti-piracy sound pulse device", "Sea Shepherd activists throw paint bombs at the Shonan Maru hull"

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Posted in: China's Zhang says Bale to star in Nanjing project See in context

I wonder if this one will make it to Japanese cinemas. Will cinemas receive threats from ultra-nationalists not to show it like what happened with The Cove?

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Posted in: Wi-fi taxi See in context

We need Wi-Fi trains! Come on Japan, get with it!

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Posted in: Scanners and pat-downs upset airline passengers in U.S. See in context

Of course the next step is a body cavity search, care of a gloved and lubricated finger that gets inserted to quickly check for any internally-inserted parts used for terrorism. They'll also do a quick prostate check for the guys.

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Posted in: Bush memoir sells 220,000 copies on first day See in context

How many spelling mistakes are there in the book?

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Posted in: Iraqi Christians mourn after church siege kills 58 See in context

In the words of George W. Bush: "Mission Accomplished"

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Posted in: Girls, girls, girls See in context

I bet the women will develop a large stalker following.

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Posted in: Praemium Imperiale laureates See in context

What's that bulge?

She looks like she'll outlive many of her generation's costars.

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Posted in: Yoko Ono reflects on John Lennon's 70th birthday See in context

No mention of Sean Lennon, who share's his father's birthday. Happy birthday to him on Saturday!

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Posted in: Day of the dolphin See in context

He's going to the US embassy because Japanese police warned him not to go to the Japanese government, probably because of danger from ultranationalists.

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Posted in: 100 Russian skinheads attack concertgoers See in context

I've always wanted to visit Russia but I don't think I could take by Japanese wife with me.

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Posted in: Drunken man arrested after man falls to death off train platform See in context

Yet another reason why 6ft-high gates should be installed on platforms.

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Posted in: Osaka man arrested for employing 50 high school girls as prostitutes See in context

I think the suspect would like people to address him by his full title - "A Pimp Named Slickback".

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Posted in: The Biographical Dictionary of Notable Figures with Hilarious Names See in context

Why don't they call the book "Funny Gaijin Names (Boy those gaijin are stupid!)"

That's the undercurrent I feel.

I once met a Japanese guy called "Seishi". That can mean "sperm" in Japanese.

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Posted in: JR Tohoku train departs without passengers, conductor See in context

This is what happens when you use DENSHA DE GO for training.

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Posted in: Listerine liquid toothpaste See in context

I wonder how many people will just use the Listerine toothpaste and not follow up with the toothbrush?

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