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Posted in: Gynecologist arrested for sexually assaulting pregnant woman See in context

Did she not fight back enough? Or did she? Law is pretty specific on this.

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Posted in: Anxiety about Wuhan's isolation mounting among Japanese firms See in context

Pretty sure the 10,000 of millions of Chinese on lockdown are a little more concerned than the Japanese firms. Although sure local businesses won't see it that way.

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Posted in: Man on trial for killing 19 disabled people contradicts defense claim he is not mentally competent See in context

Over the couse of my life time met many marijuana users, never met one that was so callous the opposite actually. Met many ex military who have killed and use marijuana to deal with their stress over killing but not once met anyone who or heard of anyone killing because of marijuana. That's ridiculous and might have flown in 1950 but not now, surely not in 2020. He is sick mentally. Just lacks empathy. His defence is based on eurogenic ideas something many LDP members subscribe to and have promoted so being metally sick coveres every strata of society.

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Posted in: Japanese prosecutors hit back at Ghosn's '8 hours of questions' claim See in context

See sour grapes are still a popular lunch choice for prosecutors.

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Posted in: Japan has trade deficit for 2nd straight year See in context

And the 60% of the local economy smashed with another tax increase not looking good either. How's that pay rise? Governments fiscal cuts, not necessary they just raise the tax. What a wonderful thing Abenobics has turned out to be.

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Posted in: Shop fearing Wuhan virus bans Chinese visitors in Hakone See in context

And if a Japanese gets the virus will all Japanese be also banned. That's seems to be the logic.

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Posted in: Mud stops play: after smog, wind, rain, new challenge for Australian Open See in context

I forgot the wind, rain, hail and that's the new summer.

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Posted in: Seattle shooting leaves 1 dead, 7 wounded; suspects at large See in context

Land of the fee, home of the gun wielding. Fire that many times at the stars that spankled banner is going to fall and kill someone. The price of freedom does require large amounts of red and white blood. And a handgun, just to be freedom loving.

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Posted in: Mud stops play: after smog, wind, rain, new challenge for Australian Open See in context

Can't catch a break this year...fire, ice, now mud. No climate change at all. Just several coincidence at once.

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Posted in: Late-night train services planned during Tokyo Olympics See in context

Don't catch trains so I don't care, but I understand the need for transport at night for party people.

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Posted in: Abe rebuffs opposition resignation call over contentious gov't event See in context

Urge, pledge, promise now he has added rebuff to his vocabulary. Waiting for him to accidentally become PM for life next.

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Posted in: Gov't keeps economic assessment for January See in context

The original assessment being of a negative nature was accidentally shredded by a armless worker who had fallen behind on their work schedule. So this is the best we could fudge in the time allowed.

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Posted in: Abe rebuffs opposition resignation call over contentious gov't event See in context

I'm hoping 2020 the reaper will harvest a whole swathe of " entrenched LDP high ups" can you imagin the confusion of not being able to vote for the same people your parents grandparents did. Peoples heads will explode. They will be wandering around in a total state of dementure bumping into poles, dribbling, mumbling to themselves. Finding themselves making policies in government.

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Posted in: Monty Python star Terry Jones dies at 77 See in context

His history books are amazing, his comic genius. A very smart man, I hope at his funeral somebody stands up and says "he is not the Messiah just a wonderful man" as above he changed the way I see the world.

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Posted in: Ghosn's aide Kelly stands high chance of acquittal: ex-prosecutor See in context

If he is acquitted then he is part of the lucky 0.01%, but that does mean for the rest of the year 99.9% are of course guilty. It's just the way the system works.

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Posted in: Late-night train services planned during Tokyo Olympics See in context

This is going to cause confusion I urge them to gain the publics understanding. Hope they pledge to form a Pannel to discuss this and give a report by September.

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Posted in: Monty Python star Terry Jones dies at 77 See in context

That's sad news, but got to look on the bright side, his films, his books. His life that's how you live it to the full.

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Posted in: 'Hostage justice?' Japan fights back with an internet FAQ See in context

Defence luckily got the video CCT and it was pretty obvious. The prosecutors had it the whole time, but didn't tell anyone. 99.5 percent conviction rate yep that's justice Japanese style.

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Posted in: 'Hostage justice?' Japan fights back with an internet FAQ See in context

Anyone know what happened to the student held for 9 months over a broken lamp.? He was unconscious. Has he left Japan? Or strapped to a bed untill death. The New Zealander was. Not so hard to find the justice system wrong. Blinkers on its all good, blinkers off....ohhhh

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Posted in: 'Hostage justice?' Japan fights back with an internet FAQ See in context

Two spiked chairs that's an extaviounce.

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Posted in: 'Hostage justice?' Japan fights back with an internet FAQ See in context

Every time we get into a discussion about the Japanese justice system, we get the inevitable unsubstantiated whines from several people, 

Well I would think several "Whines" would be worthy of a special government Pannel investigation. I'd go and give evidence under oath. But I would need immunity from months of interigation and sleepless nights, like to have a shower before bed. Really love my wife can I talk to her? Think the free world view might just be correct. I'm actually suprised there is no spike chair in the cell two spike chairs would be just too special.

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Posted in: 'Hostage justice?' Japan fights back with an internet FAQ See in context

Avoid the Police, see something bad happen never volenteer what you saw at best they will contact your company and you loose your job. Met many foreigners who had interaction with police prosecutors. None positive. One man was arrested for assault a month of detention interrogation turns out from security camera footage he is 45cm taller than the assulter. Lost his job his Japanese in laws never again trust him. They had the footage from the start but insisted he confess. Akie why the Australia hate? My family got there being guards on the boats, OK mums side stole a handkerchief. Can't taint a whole country over its history YOU really wouldn't like that.

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Posted in: Couple dreams of revitalizing Fukushima with Jersey milk See in context

Uderlly irisponsible.

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Posted in: Japan may delay process for picking casino host cities, media report See in context

Actually I have never heard anyone say they are going somewhere because of an "intergrated" resort. Particularly one where locals are charged an entrance fee, and limited to a set number of visits a month. The process is obviously as corrupt as the outcome. Bright idea. Postpone it as long as you want, but once they get some cash in their hands it will be as on as butter on toast.

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Posted in: Abe calls for vigilance, steps against spread of new coronavirus See in context

Again an urge! Shouldn't it be standard procedure. Arrivals vomiting puss, coughing up major organs sumimasennnnnn, over here please. Not rocket science.

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Posted in: Osaka mayor wants to legally control when kids can and can’t use smartphones in their own home See in context

Apathetic teachers, impractical lesson plan that fail to engage young minds, and bullying by classmates can all convince kids that going to school is the last thing they want to do that day. 

Think that might be the problem rather games.

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Posted in: Aso pledges to put Japan on sustainable, private sector-led growth See in context

I'm calling dibs on his golf passes and those crumpled brown bags. I will be a politian. Vote Grungle for more of the same, for you guys, me I'm going to be fantastically rich.

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Posted in: Aso pledges to put Japan on sustainable, private sector-led growth See in context

Someone should urge him to collect his pension go away and die swathed in his golden coat on a futon of diamonds with a cup noodle on his chest. His legacy is a huge part of the population living on cup noodles. Good job Mr Finance minister, does the massive debt get burnt with you?

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Posted in: Couple dreams of revitalizing Fukushima with Jersey milk See in context

Well Fukashima is toxic, justifiably or not it's just toxic. If you have to debate it then it's toxic. Mmmm milk from Fucashima or milk from anywhere else...I know what I'd choose.

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