CaptDingleheimer comments

Posted in: Busty Japanese YouTuber chef sells ad space on her chest See in context

I like boobs and I like food.

But if this is video is about a woman cooking mediocre food with her boobs pretty much covered up, I'm not subjecting myself to becoming any dumber than I already am by watching it.

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Posted in: Long hours of gaming adversely affect daily activities: survey See in context

I used to play video games.

Then I turned 13.

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Posted in: Parents denied visitation rights in Japan to keep fighting gov't in court See in context

There's only one way out of this:


Some American of major prominence or perhaps a British royal has to make a very public statement voicing their surprise, disgust, and condemnation, all with an air of looking down on Japan for being 'backwards'. Preferably mention the Olympics for bonus points.

Japan still allowed kiddie porn just a few years ago, for crying out loud. Then the US State Department and the U.N. put Japan on some naughty lists alongside a bunch of third world hellholes, and the Japanese changed their laws overnight.

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Posted in: Man arrested over attempted rape of teenage girl See in context

He "wanted to satisfy his sexual urge after drinking alcohol".

Throw him in prison with some big cellmate who wants to satisfy his sexual urge after being behind bars for 15 years.

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Posted in: Tokyo court to allow Ghosn to talk with wife via videoconference See in context

With perhaps the exception of trains, it seems like every night is Amateur Night in Japan.

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Posted in: Airlines' fuel practices feed doubts over climate commitment See in context

Who cares.

I live in the sliver of human history where you can get to the other side of the planet in less than a day, for a few days' pay. I don't care if it hurts the environment.

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Posted in: Emperor leaves for Ise shrine to mark end of enthronement rites See in context

Let's see what we have here:

There's a 2,000-year old institution within a culture even older than that, performing its rites and rituals.

Then there's a bunch of people from other cultures who just moved there within the last several years, who are constantly infuriated by the fact that some of the miniscule amount of taxes they pay (given their tiny eikaiwa salaries and whatnot) go to that institution.

Many of these same people are always infuriated by the US dictating to the world how to go about things. But now they scream and yell that a constitutional rule placed on that 2,000-year old culture BY the US ought to be strictly enforced.

Got it.

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Posted in: United Airlines helps passengers battle jet lag with Timeshifter See in context

I found a new way to avoid severe jet lag on flights to/from Japan/US east coast: I call it "Don't drink 15 Wild Turkeys on the flight". Seems to be working pretty well. Don't know how I used to manage.

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Posted in: Actress Sawajiri admits to using MDMA, other illegal drugs See in context

Some residue MDMA hidden away in the privacy of her own home. Crime of the century.

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Posted in: Hong Kong police shoot protester as activists block streets See in context

The 'victim' was advancing toward the police officer and trying to grab his gun away from him.

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Posted in: Hong Kong police shoot protester as activists block streets See in context

The protestor who was shot wasn't armed.

When you're a police officer overpowered by unarmed individuals who are actively trying to get your firearm out of your hands and take it from you, if you don't shoot, they most certainly soon WILL be armed.

Again, no love for the central government in Beijing, but these cops are justified in some of these shootings.

Play stupid games with the police, you win stupid prizes.

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Posted in: Hong Kong police shoot protester as activists block streets See in context


Watch the full video.

Communist authoritarian government, not justified. But in that instance, the police officer was justified.

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Posted in: Do you find Japan's rising sun flag offensive? See in context

Too many people in today's comfortable world have confused "I'M OFFENDED BY THAT" with "I CAN THINK OF WHO MIGHT BE OFFENDED BY THAT".

I suspect that most of the people who most loudly voice their offense at such things are simply trying to be the big hero for whoever they think would actually be all offended.

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Posted in: Couple, 3-year-old daughter found dead in apparent murder-suicide See in context

What a selfish thought to even think that another human being can't live without you.

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Posted in: Will Smith makes sushi with Japanese YouTuber Bilingirl Chika See in context

How'd I guess that the comments section on such a light-hearted fun little story here would already be spiralled into people getting furious and outraged, blaming America for stuff, etc.?

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Posted in: Mother of 7-year-old girl missing since Sept 21 asks public for help See in context

I'm convinced that this was an abduction by some molester.

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Posted in: Japanese retailers to be required to charge for plastic bags from summer 2020 See in context

Our local Whole Foods (pretentious health food store in the US) gives a 10-cent discount for bringing your own bags.

The disapproving looks I get when I bring in my plastic Walmart bags to reuse for my groceries there are priceless.

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Posted in: Narita operator to soon apply to gov't for runway extension, addition See in context

I don't care what they do to the runways, as long as they open Narita up to more domestic routes so I can catch a connection up to Akita when I come in from the US to visit the in-laws.

Now, I have to either ground-transfer to Haneda from Narita, fly into Haneda to begin with (less options/more expensive), or take 6 hours of trains after I've already been travelling for most of a day.

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Posted in: 54% of Japanese companies in UK report Brexit-linked pain See in context

Nothing to worry about, Japanese companies, the UK is staying in the EU.

The elite liberal intelligentsia are much smarter and more important than the people who simply go to work and pay their taxes every day in the UK and voted to leave the EU, and they've decided that those regular people aren't smart enough to make decisions about the direction of their own country and the direction of the money they pay in taxes.

And the elite have nothing to worry about either, because the British public is so culturally castrated that they don't dare rise up in protest. And no matter how disenfranchised they get in the future, they are unarmed so there's nothing they can really do about a bad government.


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Posted in: 54% of Japanese companies in UK report Brexit-linked pain See in context

Brexit isn't going to happen, it's pretty obvious.

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Posted in: 1st shipment of this year's Beaujolais Nouveau arrives in Japan See in context

Garbage. That wine was grapes on the vine 8 weeks ago.

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Posted in: Gov't kicks off Warm Biz energy-saving campaign See in context

...and if you buy a 6-liter plastic jug of industrial shochu for ¥899 down at the local SupaaCentaa, you can keep the heat set even lower.

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Posted in: 15-year-old girl sprayed in face as she walks to school See in context

Why do they always target young girls?

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Posted in: Many typhoon deaths occurred while victims were traveling in vehicles See in context

The 600cc yellow plate golf carts with mirrors and turn signals probably don't improve anyone's chances, but simply put, even a shallow depth of fast-moving water carries massive force.

These deaths are likely the result of panic and irrational decisions.

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Posted in: Tokyoites split over holding 2020 Olympic events in Sapporo: survey See in context

Certain Sapporoites are pushing hard, but let's see a poll taken of Joe Taxpayer in Hokkaido who will be expected to foot a ¥2 billion bill for a three hour foot race.

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Posted in: Japan, S Korea weigh creation of fund amid spat over wartime labor See in context

Where there are large checks being written, there are opportunists just around the corner.

I'd be very curious to see who and what interests have positioned themselves and their 'fees-as-a-percentage for services rendered' along the paper trail delivering whatever funds are ultimately promised.

Of course there are victims and their descendants who've been hurt seeking compensation, but there are certainly agitators involved with no connection to anything who simply smell money.

I'd love to see some deep-digging investigative journalism, but I'm not holding my breath.

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Posted in: Japan labor body to seek hike in minimum hourly wage next year See in context

Middle-aged eikaiwa teachers rejoice!!!

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Posted in: Japan likely to face shortage of 270,000 nursing staff by 2025 See in context

Somebody should convey this information to the people who declare that nurses coming in from abroad have to pass a test that includes reciting the entire imperial family lineage, memorizing 250 haiku, and painting 15,000 kanji while blindfolded.

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Posted in: Emperor Naruhito proclaims ascendancy to throne; pledges to fulfill his duty as symbol of the state See in context

My comments keep getting deleted for asking this, but why don't they wear traditional Japanese clothing instead of Western?

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Posted in: Abe calls on Suu Kyi to ensure Rohingya can return to Myanmar See in context

That dude looks wicked hungover.

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