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Posted in: Miwa Asao See in context

She would get it.

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Posted in: U.S. serviceman breaks into love hotel room See in context

Wow...the first time a US Service member has been in JT in a long time. This is a really stupid guy. Give him his punishment and let’s get on. It doesn't matter where they found him or what he does he committed a crime. Let’s look at that instead of him being military. I mean this crime is petty compared to I don't know... business men sniffing cocaine or getting arrested for drugs in another country. These are just stupid crimes being getting committed by stupid people. Can't we just chalk it up to being stupid instead of where they are getting these service members and blaming the military.

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Posted in: What do you think of American swimmer Michael Phelps' long victory yell after he wins a race? See in context

It's a celebration. He didn't point in their faces or splash water at them he yelled and cheered for his time. Like some one said earlier. The girl who plays ping pong yells at every point shem makes, does that mean she is arrogant and disrespectful? It is a sport. Let them be happy and celebrate with out offending anyone. I have seen a lot of people yell and scream and no one is pointing at them. If you played sports you would have some idea of what is going on.

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Posted in: Lawyer arrested for flashing woman on train in Kanagawa See in context

At least wait until you get home. No self control.

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Posted in: Man arrested for kicking Chihuahua puppy to death in Aichi See in context

It's a little dog. They should put him in a cell with a Pit Bull. Maybe he will think twice before kicking a dog again.

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Posted in: Mother of Filipino allegedly raped by U.S. soldier in Japan appeals for help See in context

Wow with out proof people are saying that he is guilty. Next subject please. If some evidence comes along then lets talk about. But there has been no proof against the guy so let it go.

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Posted in: 2-yr-old boy drowns in drain while parents are in comic cafe See in context

I agree with TheguyNextdoor. At 2 years old the child should have been watched the whole time. The child should have been with the parent. I hope this story makes other more aware of how quickly things go wrong and that children should be monitored closer.

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Posted in: 16-yr-old boy held for allegedly beating grandfather to death in Kagawa See in context

With all of these kids committing murder they should start trying them as adults. Maybe that will keep them in line?

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Posted in: Which professions do you respect the most? See in context

frontandcntre - When I say military I am talking about all military people from the guy who kills the enemy that he was told to kill to the doctor, nurse, or dentist that works in the military hospital. All MILITARY personnel give a lot and get very little in return.

I am not worried about being in a minority. Kinda like it that way. Just saying how I feel.

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Posted in: Man arrested for fatally beating 3-month-old son in Miyagi See in context

Lock him up. Nothing more needs to be said. He is to stupid to be in society. Just let him rot.

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Posted in: Calif teen gives birth in shower, walks to hospital with baby attached by umbilical cord See in context

Wow. A young girl who doesn't have the baby in the hospital and does the responsible thing? That brings a smile to my face. To think that she didn't even try to flush the baby down the toilet... She must have learned something. Tying off the umbilical cord is not as easy as you think. But she was able to walk 5 blocks and keep herself and her baby safe.

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Posted in: If it were possible, do you wish non-Americans could vote in the U.S. presidential election? See in context

I can't believe that this question is still on here. When you become an American Citizen then you can cast your vote. Until then just sit back and watch.

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Posted in: Which professions do you respect the most? See in context

Military people. They give up a lot and get very little in return.

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Posted in: If it were possible, do you wish non-Americans could vote in the U.S. presidential election? See in context

No I don't think that they should have a choice. If your not an American Citizen you shouldn't have a say on who is the U.S. President. That was an easy one....

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Posted in: Woman arrested after trying to flush infant down toilet in Nagoya See in context

frontandcentre:

This person was clearly in a severely distressed state and needs urgent help. Have you never heard of Post Natal Depression? It can, and sadly does, lead to awful tragedies such as these. Please think before you are so swift to thoughtlessly and heartlessly condemn people

I understand that she might need help. But what I get confused about is how she tried to cover it up. She is so sick that she tried to flush the baby in the tolite. That is how the baby died. The body was too big so she called the plummer to fix the clog. She told the plummer it was a doll. So how does she go from needing help to covering up a crime so fast. I think she knew what she was doing and got caught. If the body didn't get stuck it no one would have ever known. That is why I think she should go to jail FOREVER. If she would killed the baby then called for help or reached out to someone I would have another opnion but she tired to cover up the whole thing. She is not crazy she is just a bad person.

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Posted in: More bull over U.S. beef See in context

Nigazilla - I was talking to one of my Japanese friends about that the other day. They still import Gyoza and haven't talked about banning it. I mean how many people have gotten sick off of US beef. Great point

I understand the pressure that the government gets. Me, I love US Beef. I have never had any problems with it. But if the few people that don't like the beef or is worried about it don't want it then see what happens if they decide to ban it again. If it is so bad then take the chance. If there are consequences then take that hit when it happens.

When US beef is sold in Japanese stores doesn’t it sell out? That is what frustrates me when I hear that Japanese citizens are scared of eating US beef. There might be a hand full of people that have concerns and I respect that. If you think that they did it on purpose then you have a choice stop importing it or send it back. are consenquences then take that hit when it happens.

But correct me if I am wrong when US beef is sold it sells out quick right? So I get tired of hearing that Japanese are so scared of the US beef. Maybe a hand full of people. That doesn't make up the majority or does it?

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Posted in: More bull over U.S. beef See in context

If you don't want the beef then quit buying it. It is as simple as that.

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Posted in: Mother attempts suicide after strangling 3-month-old son in Tokyo See in context

They warn everyone. It's not just a thing that happens in japan it happens everywhere. She killed her child and if she is found to have PPD let her get help while she is in jail. Let her serve her punishment like any other killer.

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Posted in: Woman arrested after trying to flush infant down toilet in Nagoya See in context

Excuses.....she had the baby early and instead of going for medical attention she tried to flush it. I learned a long time ago that I can just flush my problems away. She should sit in a small jail cell and learn the same for about 50 - 60 years. Let her out when she can't have anymore kids.

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Posted in: Mother attempts suicide after strangling 3-month-old son in Tokyo See in context

Thinking about killing your child and doing it are two different things.

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Posted in: Mother attempts suicide after strangling 3-month-old son in Tokyo See in context

They should have let her die. She deserves it.

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Posted in: Woman arrested after trying to flush infant down toilet in Nagoya See in context

Doesn't matter where the father's are. Why didn't she go to the hospital? Was it a secret? Really stupied. I can care less about her frame of mind. She was smart enough to have the baby in the bathroom and not call anyone. She knew what she was doing. Give her the rope and let her drop.

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Posted in: 1-year-old boy dies after being left in car by pachinko-playing mother in Kagoshima See in context

So what is her name? Where is she from? Shouldn't they put all of her information out like the do every other person. She isn't under 20. Her family should share the shame that she has put on them. Not the pachinko operators fault. She couldn't get a babysitter she should have just waited. Plain and simple.

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Posted in: OLs licking their lips at young fresh-faced new hires See in context

I didn't believe this story until one of the OL that I know told me that stuff like this happens all the time. I asked her for an application to work where she does. She laughed at me. I guess good things happen to a lot of people.

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Posted in: U.S. murder suspect went to pachinko parlor, then met girls after crime See in context

What the hell is a "whigger"? Where do people make this crap up at?

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Posted in: U.S. murder suspect went to pachinko parlor, then met girls after crime See in context

tyedyed: I blame it on MTV and the stupid Blacanese girls who watch it and want to be with the hip hop thug types they see on the screen. Everybody wants to be like a star but run when they go around stabbing taxi drivers.

What are you talking about? You must really be upset that you’re not getting any play. Girls will like who they like. Some like what they see in a video. Some don't but you can't blame a culture for what happened here. So it seems like everyone is blaming hip hop or blacks for what happened here. What does the enjoyment of music or a certain style have to do with killing a person? I mean I don't blame Japanese Television or the Japanese culture when a mother kills her child. Or a child pushes a man on to the train tracks. I was taught that we blame that person not a culture. But the funny part to me is that people seem to be more upset that the younger Japanese generation is embracing the hip hop culture over their own. Why that is I don't know. But don't make general statements about a culture and put the blame on them. You should spend more time educating them on why they should embrace their own culture.

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Posted in: U.S. murder suspect went to pachinko parlor, then met girls after crime See in context

You know this story does not make any sense. He went to a pachinko parlor near the station to wash bloodstains out of his clothes, and then went to a nightlife area just three minutes walk from the crime scene.

So now I am suppose to believe that this guy washed the blood out of his clothes and went out for a few drinks and then took another taxi with some friends. Well if they had all of this proof before then why are we hearing about it now.

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