Daninthepan comments

Posted in: Groper arrested in Nikko insists he did not grab both breasts, but just one See in context

This is Japan shouldn't be pleading "I have no knowledge of touching the second"?

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Posted in: Woman who served in SDF sues gov't, assailants over sexual harassment See in context

Truly serving your country means making it a better place for others to live no matter the cost. Japan should be proud of her.

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Posted in: Japanese judge ordered to pay damages over social media posts See in context

Wow! This is unbelievable

I second that!

I am disappointed with the court and the family!

I do not know anything about the family...

Could you not just stop there?

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Posted in: Japan online watchdog gets power to request removal of harmful content sites See in context

Not sure pushing the nutcases further underground is a wise move.

I'm all for keeping an eye on them, but any idiot can just find the info they are looking for on international sites and copy-paste to Google translate. At least with these Japanese sites, they might be get a heads-up as to who they are. Removing the content is just playing whack-a-mole.

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Posted in: Junior high school principal arrested for soliciting underage girl for sex See in context

She's going to need a lot of help. I hope she gets it but I wonder...

He's a callous lowlife. These kinds of people don't change, just regret getting caught.

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Posted in: Murder of 90-year-old woman linked to online site recruiting members for house robberies See in context

Burglary and now murder have joined the gig economy now - Uber-burglers.

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Posted in: Inmate awaiting execution dies after choking on food See in context

@Fredrik, you should read this:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miyuki_Ueta

It really doesn't say she enjoyed killing them but she certainly didn't hold back. She was convicted of defrauding a woman of 1.2 million yen then the police started investigating her and found six of her previous "boyfriends" had died under suspicious circumstances. They managed to get 2 convictions but it really looks like she killed the other four as well. It appears she was either lending them money and they were not paying it back or the other way around. In most cases, she drugged them and then took her victims to either the sea or river, beat them and left them to drown. (Looks like she pushed the first one in front of the train).

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Posted in: Inmate awaiting execution dies after choking on food See in context

For a good read check out the Wikipedia page about her crimes.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miyuki_Ueta

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Posted in: 15 people injured in 20-vehicle expressway pileup in western Japan See in context

Luckily no bikes waiting in line. Always leave space for bikes to get through in lines. We're not just trying to get to the front, we're also trying to get as far away from the back as possible - it's the most dangerous place.

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Posted in: Police advised to rethink motive and opportunity in unsolved Setagaya family murder case See in context

@JeffLee, I thought the same about the skateboarder but then an angry, outsider with a foreign background would be easy to find. Just ask a few of the other skateboarders - pretty sure none would be willing to hide a guy who killed a family. The police must at least know who the guys the family had an altercation with or at least know if one of them was foreign looking.

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Posted in: Outside panel reveals prison officers abused inmates 462 times from November 2021 to August 2022 See in context

Tip of the iceberg?

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Posted in: Decision not to indict over Sri Lanka detainee's death unjust: panel See in context

A lot of comments saying why was she here? She should've just been sent home. Like a person's life is that simple. Hopefully this from Wikipedia can explain to you why she was still here:

In August 2020, Wishma went to a police station in Shimizu, Shizuoka, to seek shelter from her boyfriend's domestic violence, only to be sent to a detention facility run by the Nagoya Regional Immigration Services Bureau.[2][14] This was despite a 2008 directive from Japan's Immigration Bureau (later Immigration Services Agency) to its facilities to treat domestic violence victims with appropriate care and possibly grant them residency.[14]

Wishma stated that she wanted to return to Sri Lanka, but she was put on a waiting list as she could not afford a flight home as commercial flights were unavailable due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[11] After receiving threats from her ex and being offered potential accommodation from a supporter, she decided to ask to stay in Japan, and applied for provisional release on January 4, 2021,[15] which was rejected on February 16

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Posted in: 'I’m the most famous thug in Saitama!' Japanese kids’ social media beef leads to beating, arrests See in context

I'm the biggest thug in Saitama

You're 4ft 7 mate.

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Posted in: Kishida says he will include women's views in policymaking See in context

Well that's that problem delt with then.

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Posted in: Is 'standard' Japanese language test best metric for hiring foreigners? See in context

It's also massively skewed towards its main customer - Chinese test takers. The reading section is really hard just to give them something to do (I remember taking the test next to a 12-year-old and it took her about 20 minutes to do the N2 reading section). Then the listening section is really easy otherwise they would all fail.

I got my N2 after three attempts so reckon I know a bit about the test.

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Posted in: Sagawa, who killed woman, ate her flesh in Paris in 1981, dies at 73 See in context

@dagon

Also appeared on Japanese variety shows and adult programming after his early release.

Japanese "justice" puts the work of Kafka to shame.

I logged in specifically to like this comment.

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Posted in: Tokyo District Court dismisses damages suit by same-sex couples See in context

samuraivunylNov. 30 06:46 pm JST

Daninthepan

advocating something is not the same as breaking the law, is it ? You need to learn to follow an argument.

I was referring to this post you made in which you openly admitted to breaking the law. Perhaps you need to learn to follow the law?

Nov. 28 08:37 pm JST Posted in: What is your impression of dating apps? Are they a good way to find a romantic partner? See in context

I wouldn’t know about ‘ romantic ‘ partners but my word I have met some cracking’ professional’ women on some on them and my wallet is a lot lighter for it. No regrets whatsoever.

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Posted in: Woman gets life in prison for killing father with insulin and brother with carbon monoxide See in context

Some cold stuff here but definitely one of the worst plans I've ever heard.

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Posted in: Lottery line See in context

"If you want to change your life, don't buy a lottery ticket, vote."

(Can't vote in my home country, can't vote here - guess I'll be next in line)

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Posted in: Trial of English-speaking test for Tokyo high schools face opposition from some parents See in context

I have been teaching a few students for this test for the past 3 months.

It's not bad, it's a step in the right direction. With the current situation parents send their kids to eikaiwa until 4th or 5th grade of elementary school then take them out so they can go to cram school to study for the jnr high entrance exams because English isn't necessary. Once they go into junior high, until now, there was also little incentive to practice spoken English as it's rarely necessary for the University entrance exams (spoken English).

If Japan was serious about English they would make it part of the junior high entrance exams. Then universities should award entrance points for IELTS and TOEFL scores.

I have no problem with having it graded in the Philippines. The criteria isn't for perfect pronunciation, they just want to hear understandable English.

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Posted in: University student arrested for allegedly sexually assaulting elementary school girl See in context

painkillerToday 12:33 pm JST

These are all allegations and we do not have the full story.

Innocent unless proven guilty.

Except he admitted it. It's fairly safe to say he's guilty.

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Posted in: Japan unveils strategy for domestic production of advanced chips See in context

About 10 years late.

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Posted in: Man arrested for trying to kill convenience store owner over cup of coffee See in context

If a man is so angry at me over 80円, that he is willing to risk his life by clinging onto my windscreen wipers while being dragged down the road, I'm not sure I would stop either. No telling what he'd do.

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Posted in: Fitness in Japan on downward trend from pre-COVID levels: study See in context

In Japan, I'm always the youngest person in the gym. When I go back to the UK, I'm always the oldest.

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Posted in: Japan's wine tipplers see glass half empty as weak yen pushes prices higher See in context

Despite the price hikes, the import-wine still won't be as expensive as the domestic. And it's still cheaper to buy Scottish whisky in Japan than it is in Scotland.

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

So she's leaving the entertainment industry to enter the hostessing industry - I wonder which has more sexual predators.

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Posted in: Male rapper arrested for threatening woman on social media See in context

It's Tupac and Biggie all over again.

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Posted in: 'Raincoat Man' arrested for stealing 360 women’s raincoats; says it's 'as exciting as lingerie' See in context

As a man who rides a shopping bike and often leaves his kappa raincoat in the basket, I wish he'd stolen mine - then who'd have the last laugh.

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Posted in: Man arrested for attempted robbery of convenience store in Sendai See in context

When the employee refused Sasaki’s demand by claiming “the manager was not present,” he fled the store empty-handed.

So both men agreed such a serious transaction as robbery couldn't be carried out without a manager.

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Posted in: Storm damages space center in Japan; 130,000 homes in Kyushu still lack power See in context

Storm damages space center in Japan

Shouldn't it be in space?

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