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Posted in: More than one in three Japanese working women in survey would rather be housewives See in context

People commonly want to do productive things, not everybody feels contempt with leeching from society without offering anything in return. To cooperate is a very human trait, so much that people do it even without pay, because they get the other benefits (self growth, socialization, feeling proud at doing something well, etc.)

To me, this is just brainwashing by the elites via “education” to provide them the labor force so that only they themselves can enjoy life while everyone else waste almost every moment of their life to make the elites more money.

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Posted in: More than one in three Japanese working women in survey would rather be housewives See in context

Why do people think having to work a job is a good thing? A job is just a means to get money to survive. If I had the money I would never want to work either.

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Posted in: Japan's sex workers head overseas in search of lucrative job opportunities See in context

Most women does this for host clubs and hosts. If any of them tells you it is for tuition, family loans, living expenses they are 99% lying.

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Posted in: The wide world beckons – to Japanese job seekers See in context

Most of them will lose money and have a worse lifestyle. Because Japan’s cost of living is so low, moving to any other developed nation will see your living costs surge by 3x to 5x on rents alone

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Posted in: White House announces multi-billion dollar plan to attack obesity, hunger See in context

The obesity part will not work. Not being obese is not politically correct, and asking people to lose weight will certainly get the left riled up.

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Posted in: Idol singer from Keyakizaka46 says she’s now working as a Tokyo bar hostess See in context

She needs the money for her host. Hosts are pretty much the only reason Japanese girls would enter the night or sex industry. There’s a reason why hosts typically makes 100M+ annually when combining shop income and “after” services even as a mid tier.

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