Daniel Neagari comments

Posted in: Twitter prank spurs unexpected scrutiny of U.S. insulin prices See in context

What is good about this news is that, the prankster has succeeded in damaging a greedy pharama company and at the same time able to make a very powerful hit to mElon Musk.

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Posted in: 15-year-old girl dies after being hit by train in Tokyo See in context

@to all who for some reason think that Japan is the only country in the world leading teen suicide and suicide overall.

First of all, I am not denying that Japan has a high rate of suicide. I am saying that that image that many still hold almost religiously, that Japan is the suicide leading country is wrong and outdated (the first link demostrate it clearly).

Second, the suicide rate of teen in average is high in EVERY country, because teens are suceptible to suffer from that.

The US suicide rate of teens is still high (not like Japan of Sout Korea) but it reaches 14%.


Also, a consideration has to be made regarding how the US defines suicide for the cases of teen with guns, and how many Latin american countries count and consider suicide (being the influence of catholic religion a big thing).

Third, I wonder why you so eagerly want to put Japan in first place for suicide, to the point of ignoring data, and why attack people that suggest to revise your views.

Lastly, as I person who suffers from clinical cronic depression and have in the past 2 unsuccesfful attempts of suicide (if i were succeful in taking my life, the statistics would not have been in Japan but elsewhre), I think I am able to see thing in another light. I live in Japan currently, and just last year a had one of my hardest episodes of depression of my entire life... I got to the point of thinking that I did not need to live anymore.. but my wife, friends and doctor (all of them Japanese by the way) help me to reconsider.

The cause, was not in fact the "evil" Japanese society... but in fact due to power harrasment and psycological, social and laboral abuse from a couple of people from a non japanese (non Asian) country.

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Posted in: Tom and Jerry have been given an ultra kawaii redesign in Japan for a new animated series See in context

Well is not like US media hasn't got it shares of ripping japanese media either...

Althoug not the same type of slaughtering, nausieting non the less, some examples come to mind

Drangon Ball

Hokuto no ken

Kamen rider

So, i suppose we are even

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Posted in: 15-year-old girl dies after being hit by train in Tokyo See in context


And the way suicides are classified as such is the same from country to country? Me thinks not.

Huh? how on hell can "suicide" be classified?? so it is voluntary suicide, involuntary suicide, accidental suicide, chemical suicide, magical suicide??

Suicide " the act or an instance of taking one's own life voluntarily and intentionally",

What other type of suicide is there??

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Posted in: Should Japan have its own nuclear weapons as a deterrent against security threats? See in context

No... what kind of question is this?

No doubt that Japan needs to have enough fire power to defend itself and its interests, but that and having nukes are two very distinct things.

Just like saying, I have an orchad of apples, so I can sell Cyanide

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Posted in: Bomb threat prompts Tokyo High Court to ban entry, change trial schedules See in context


Here tfdinfo@tfd.metro.tokyo.jp it is on the net you know... by the way, in the case of Tokyo, I think each district (ku) Fire department has mail address.

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Posted in: 15-year-old girl dies after being hit by train in Tokyo See in context


I said it before and I'll say it again, suicide is a permanent solution to a temporary problem.

From a third person point of view, yes it sure seems like that.

But from the point of view of the person who is suffering or having that types of thoughts, the situation and the logic that you are trying to apply may not be valid.

Not everyone have the same brain connections nor perseption.

Please considere that, that type of comments may be as hurtful to the person suffering as any bullying.

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Posted in: 15-year-old girl dies after being hit by train in Tokyo See in context


Yes it is a problem... but suprisingly Japan is not the country wiht more suicides in the World, is not even in the top 10. So perhaps the image of "Japanese society makes you wanna die" type of narrative is wrong and old?


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Posted in: Halloween without kids and Christmas without Christ take hold in Asia, with unique local twists See in context

MoonrakerToday  07:38 am JST

I find that Christmas in Japan is frustrating and depressing. You get all the build up and anticipation and then it never comes.

Whaaat? but that is the traditional Christmass feeling... frustration and drepression!!!. I know, i spent all my fisrt 27 years in Latin america, so aside of couple of years during childhood, other X'mas is spirti is frustration, depression, lonelyness and hopelessness....

See there is the Christmass spirit!!!

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Posted in: Twitter chaos deepens as key executives quit See in context

sooo recap....

Musk make fuss that he will buy twitter paying 44 billions

Then, Musk noticed that Twitter was not such a good deal (wonder why Musk being so smart and business saavy didn't got that information sooner....), so he back off his own deal.

Twitter said, "you said you are goinna buy it, then buy it", Musk say "nay".... Twitter said "to the court"....

Musk and Twitter talking at the court... the court said "this Musky deal seems to be binding"...

Musk then said to himself (or pehaps a higher mind??) "oh shcuks, I think i have to buy it before this get more costely"... so he bought.

...But... Musk did not have enough cash to he had to sell a coupe of his golden shares (Tesla) to cover part of the 44 billions (bad time to sell shares, considering their prices are very low at the moment)...

Musk said "I sell share 'cause Twitte money does not make"... in a big pompous way..

... But then we say, "we all knew Twitter did not make money, some time ago... why genious Musk did not know that?"....

Musk say: "i am here to save da day, cost 8 dallars to have a blue jay",

but we say : "Twitter never charge for a jay, though that machination must have surface on an early day. Surely, a smart man will have other roads for salvation, since he has rockets, cars, robots and excavations"

Musk say: "oh I know, half the staff go away, the other half will work am to pm eyday. Blue ticks will cost 8 dollars, gray ticks are not my thing, go away you schemer of the gray !!!"

Musk say : "Twitter will be like its chief. So Twitter be as Twedle dum"

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Posted in: Do you think Elon Musk's takeover of Twitter is a good move? See in context

Not a good move... considering that he may be poundering to include some twitter source code to its tesla cars and robot.....

I would not be happy to be in a car that be twitting while driving or a robot that will try to dominate human race by causing havok in twitter.

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Posted in: China wary about Japan joining NATO cyber defense center See in context

Maybe the Chinese cyber army (CCP hackers) got the message wrong, it may have being just a message to offer NATTO in a meal during the joint opperations???

Since in order to join NATO, Japan will be require to move all its assets including landmass to the Attlantic....

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Posted in: Why are "Christian-style" weddings so popular in Japan? See in context


In my case, I was born Wild, Marry Shinto, Divorced and Re:married civil.. and like to Die Hard (hohoho)

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Posted in: It provides not only information on buildings and vehicle types, but also a detailed look at the surroundings, so criminals can see a house's structure plus escape routes without actually going there to look at it, making it easier to commit crimes. See in context

When I was young(er), and there wer no carnavs, no google maps, the only way to find get to the house of the girl with whom you are having a date with, was those paper made maps..... but then maybe thieves and delincuents did not have the means to get a city map (sold in every kiosk, bookshop, comic stand, supermarket, etc.) with a price of USD 3 max..)

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Posted in: FIFA urges World Cup teams to focus on soccer over politics See in context


Let the MONEY take center stage, before politics

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Posted in: Why are "Christian-style" weddings so popular in Japan? See in context

One word... Movies

More than one word, the influence of Unated States type of western culture of the past (up until mid 1990 maybe?), specially based in the idea of Princess type dress celebrated by every one in a "Happy ending" style.

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Posted in: Influencers debate leaving Twitter, but where would they go? See in context


The thing is that many people (and in some way myself too) have a not very well defined concept of "freedom of speech"... or "freedom" in general.

My concept of freedom (and I hope it to be close to what ideally shoudl be) is that, freedom have limits that are defined by the freedom of others. "my freedom ends where your freedom begins"

But I feel that many, have the idea that freedom is limitless, where my freedom goes over your freedom...

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Posted in: World Cup ambassador from Qatar denounces homosexuality See in context


Noone... because of reasons (money)

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Posted in: Defectors seek alternatives to Musk-owned Twitter See in context

The origin with the dislike with Musk, is that he has had a very well recorded hystory of being an opportunistic and selfish person that make promisses but does not honored them.

In May this year (at the begining of his Twitter buyout scheme), he cleary stated that he was a "free speech supremasist" and noone will be banned, EVERYONE will be able to twitt what they will... He even reiterated that a couple of weeks ago... But then, just a few days back, he banned for life several people, under the reason that they violated the new guide lines of twitter.. one of which was that "parody accounts has to clearly stated that they are so".... many banned parody accounts where following those guidelines but still they got banned, reason? because, Elon "Perinum" Musk.

This is just the latest example of why people does not like Musk...

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Posted in: When you were a teenager, did you think much about issues concerning the environment, such as climate change, pollution, recycling, energy and water conservation and so on? See in context

Let's see.... feer of nuclear war, feer of the ozone layer dissapearing, concern of desertification of forest and jungle, water pollution, reseading ice caps... trash mouting, air pollution, food poisoning, asbestos breading....

I think, I was more concern in surviving.... i think i am still now.

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Posted in: Halloween revelers fill Shibuya with security tight after Seoul disaster See in context

Awa no Gaijin

Japanese don't know how to celebrate Halloween !

...and you do, I suspect....

Regarding the reason for costums and jack lanterns.... if you do you have to agree that, the US celebration of Halloween is also wrong

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Posted in: 'Pregnancy rotas' add to working women's woes in Japan See in context


As you well know, that's the first step that never gets taken in Japan. It's an unfortunate paralysis.

Sadly yes.... I was sincerely shocked when a Kohai (like 5 years younger than me), made a friend and colleague of mine to quit the company, because "It is a man's job... and my wife should be at home"...

I almost punch him, when I heard this if it not were for my friend herself that stopped me (it was during a nomikai).

The other shocking thing was that she oblige to what he was saying....

Not surprisingly, I was not invited to the wedding and she was banned to contact me by any means....

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Posted in: Hundreds of protesters force anti-Korean event to be canceled near Tokyo See in context


Just because a law or a norm does not stipulate any kind of penalty or punishment does not mean the law is BS.

The mere existence of the law ables the people and the authorities to take actions (like the present case).

It is sad that a law like this should have to be made... in a ideal society it should be a matter of commons sense and respect enough to prevent these kind of hate speech and other stuff like this

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Posted in: U.S. trade policy deplorable, says Japan See in context

You know when your lap dog (Japan) is grunting at you (US)... you really making a big big mess.

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Posted in: Trump can probably pardon himself, but has no plan to: Giuliani See in context

Sooo... basically using Trump's legal team, when applying for a loan, I can be my own Guarantor? How convenient

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Posted in: 'Pregnancy rotas' add to working women's woes in Japan See in context

The problem is... there is soo many old timers and/or people with a ancient way of thinking in most Japanese companies (and in many non-Japanese companies too).

But the most concerning problem, is the lack of interest and help from colleagues of both genders.

I was actively involved in ways to improve and facilitate the working environment specially for women, at my former job, but the real lack of commitment and interest for my workplace colleagues made any effort null.... At the end I was seen like I used the workplace Seminars, workshops and talks as ways to skip out of work.

Many of my friends (women) either had to find another job (2 people) or had to simply quit (like 5 of them), it really made me feel useless.

So, basically I am saying, people in the workplace has to speak up and be involved...

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Posted in: Superman going strong at 80 See in context

Honesty... I never liked him... too super.

Instead I loved Spider-man and Batman

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Posted in: U.S. President Donald Trump has said the U.S. might rejoin the 11-nation Trans-Pacific Partnership if a "better deal" can be reached for the U.S. Do you see this happening? See in context

Under Trump... nothing can be sure.

He is crazy senile narcissistic old man with a lot of power and a severe inferiority complex.... and the US does not know how to used it.

A line in "The Dark Knight" comes to mind, "...in their desperation, they turned to a man they didn't fully understand..."

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Posted in: Kim says he, Moon are on starting line of new Korean history See in context

Sudden turn of NK diplomacy... suspicious dictatorial government is suspicious....

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Posted in: Halilhodzic still waiting for explanation on why he was fired as Japan's soccer coach See in context

Because of power harassment and unwillingness to listen to the other members of the team?

I think he is more than aware of the reasons

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