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Posted in: Mystery in Shinjuku as woman plunges to death from restroom See in context

it was installed for ventilation by the architect.

I am speechless, only in a comedy movie I thought that was possible....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jNY8eN3wNXs&t=4m25s

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Posted in: Latest Charlie Hebdo cover continues to upset Muslim world See in context

Caricaturing terrorist or a religion is an attack in a secular country and so what the Kalanishkov attack was a normal response ? I am really astonished by the comments I can read here.

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Posted in: Mystery in Shinjuku as woman plunges to death from restroom See in context

I have to say that, personally, I have never read somebody died such of way other than in Japan.

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Posted in: Okada retains Edano as DPJ secretary-general See in context

Okada said he wants to rebuild the DPJ by returning to its starting point.

What else can they do ? Goold old time when DPJ was covering TEPCO after 3/11 and Edano drawing the deal for the bailout....

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Posted in: U.S. penetrated N Korean computer systems in 2010: NY Times See in context

So who is the cyber-criminal ? And why trust the voice of an organization made to spy and hide evidences ?

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Posted in: Police seek fraud charge against crying politician Nonomura See in context

.... A very crap actor, I'd like to add.

hence why he has his chance to be a drama actor in japan....

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Posted in: Japan Atomic Power eyes split to focus on decommissioning See in context

Japan Atomic Power is the only company in the country that operates both boiling-water and pressurized-water reactors, so it plans to realign human and technical resources according to reactor type.

Monopolies, monopolies hold by companies in monopoly's position themselves, so much of achievement here.....

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Posted in: Former Korean Air exec pleads not guilty in nut rage case See in context

where the economy is dominated by family-run conglomerates known as chaebol that often act above the law.

Does it ring some bells ? ;)

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Posted in: Oxfam says richest 1% to own more than half of world's wealth by 2016 See in context

Like saying "TEPCO is wealthy because they work hard", seriously.....

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Posted in: 6-year-old boy injured in hit-and-run; dump truck driver arrested See in context

When will Japan change those pedestrian crossing crossed by cars coming from the other side of the streets because they have the right to turn ? Most of the time, it is safer to cross when you should not simply because at least you know that cars are expecting to come....they should really check the most dangerous location and change it to a 3 phases signals when the 3rd phases is a stop to all cars (from all direction) for a safe crossing by pedestrian.

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Posted in: Latest Charlie Hebdo cover continues to upset Muslim world See in context

Burnin Bush ,

Finally, here is the far right newspaper (minute) that did trigger the drawing from Charb to denounce latent racism, the text reads "Smart like a monkey Taubira found the banana" well, something like that.... the newspaper was condemned for racial insult.

http://www.metronews.fr/info/une-sur-christiane-taubira-ce-que-risque-minute/mmkl!jPPYmyLqWen1c/

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Posted in: Pope on Charlie Hebdo: There are limits to free expression See in context

Of course there are limits, this is "hate speech" but "secularism" is not.

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Posted in: Latest Charlie Hebdo cover continues to upset Muslim world See in context

Burning Bush

You obviously forgot to mention the "notice" from Charb about that famous drawing where the minister is drawn as a female monkey, at first there is the FRONT NATIONAL logo on the picture, then Charb explained "" By associating the name of Mrs Taubira and the words " banana "and" monkey "the racist far right FRONT NATIONAL hope to pass a racist slogan, a colonialist insult to a popular joke. " So this is all the opposite to that you think.

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Posted in: Swiss franc's staggering ascent to be felt far and wide See in context

I am seeing similarities with the current flat printing yen.....

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Posted in: Why is Japan such an unpopular tourist destination? See in context

Japan has no real sense of architecture within the city, bad isolation in winter, electric pole everywhere , no place to walk and relax, garbage on the streets, everything looks old and used, only it is relatively safe but with local not welcoming foreigners, crowd in every transportation, a govt preaching that foreigners have no human rights, why do you want people to come here exactly ? to eat sushi ? LOL

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Posted in: Latest Charlie Hebdo cover continues to upset Muslim world See in context

btw the title should read "Latest Charlie Hebdo cover continues to upset Jihadist & extermist world".

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Posted in: Latest Charlie Hebdo cover continues to upset Muslim world See in context

There is no religion book stating "take a kalashnikov and kill".... those doing that under the name of a god are not doing good for their religion and are just plain murderers manipulated by extremist with very down on earth motivation.

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Posted in: Uniqlo to step up controls on China suppliers See in context

“The root cause of the problem is low-cost competition worldwide,” said Ito. “Uniqlo is a champion of this market, especially in the garment industry. But many other companies might have this problem.”

The problem is rather companies like those which are killing the high quality competitors, there is nothing to be proud to be champion of the cheap labour market.

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Posted in: Sony announces DVD 'Freedom Edition' of 'The Interview' See in context

"Freedom edition".... so ridiculous.

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Posted in: Japan asks U.S. publisher to change 'sex slave' reference in textbook See in context

Maybe one shouldl forward this to Charlie Hebdo, I can imagine a nice satirical cartoon made over this ;)

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Posted in: Facebook testing workplace version of social network See in context

So bosses know if you are chatting on the outside. Spying on your workers is part of this gig.

Probably yes if you subscribe to the "denouncement cloud service". I am glad I have personally stopped using that network which was always short to deliver what I was expecting and brought me only trouble and deception.

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Posted in: France arrests 54 in crackdown on hate speech; Charlie Hebdo's new issue sells out See in context

I am glad France has strict laws on Hate Speech while preserving freedom of press.

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Posted in: S Korea extends travel ban on Japanese journalist on trial for defaming Park See in context

This is similar to "Charie Case" in France,

No ! This journalist is charged with criminal libel punishable by up to seven years’ jail in SKorea and since his case is currently in progress, probably this ban is to avoid him to vanish in Japan and escape the trial, you cannot compare this to Charlie Hebdo, let's be serious.

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Posted in: Genetically altered rice could solve Japan’s pollen allergy problem See in context

Or how to avoid 1 trap to jump in 100's later on....

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Posted in: France declares war on terrorism after attacks See in context

For me, I understand that France will put more resources on tracking those peoples and the ones brainwashing them like criminals on the territory which is good. As soon as somebody is taking weapon to kill they are just criminals and murderers. France is a state of law and can move closer on the location where it starts and I hope for Muslim all around the world to start official "excommunication" session of all those terrorist who claim to kill under the name of their god.

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Posted in: Gov't to use sales tax hike revenue to expand welfare spending See in context

Really, I have problem to follow this Prime Minister who is spending more time to amend constitution and register secrecy topics one after one in a few months than execute what he has been mandated for.

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Posted in: Le Pen urges Japan to avoid making same mistakes as France See in context

Like if strong (against) immigration policies will be able to stop ideologies at the borderlines.....like the chernobyle radioactive clould simply stopped at the borderline too like we heard, so LePen do not forget, also to include to censor and burn books, movies and control the internet and restraint people traveling abroad to name a few...... is that the type of country you want to live on ? Seriously, fanatic terrorism and immigration are 2 different things.

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Posted in: What do you think of the quality of medical care at hospitals in Japan? See in context

Emergency call center at hospital at evening that does refuse to accept you when you have a high-grade fever coupled with asthma... says it all....in Japan they do not seem to follow The Hippocratic Oath.

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Posted in: Gov't designated 382 state secrets last year under new law See in context

Journalist should not be scared about this law, they should fight it, I would like to see how will be perceived Japan and how to keep a leading position in the world if the gov't was starting to arrest several journalists...one after one....

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Posted in: Facebook 'likes' reveal your true personality See in context

We already knew Facebook is manipulating likes in order to see how emotions can control us, they want also to decide which post are interesting for you, etc..this company is really evil, I m not touching anything Facebook is involved with...that is why I will never buy an oculus rift.

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