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Posted in: Actress Jennifer Aniston is world's most beautiful woman: People See in context

Not anywhere NEAR most beautiful woman. The editors must have really been snorting lines till the late hours to write this sort of garbage.

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Posted in: New 'Dragon Ball,' 'Death Note' and 'One Piece' attractions coming to Universal Studios Japan See in context

Overpriced tickets to get in the park, then more to board an attraction?

Riding the escalators @ 109 in Shibuya is more fun and costs far less.

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Posted in: Backlash as Japanese police tweet warns women to not ride elevators alone with men See in context

This "Don't blame the victim" mentality is moronic.

Which is easier:

1) Teaching a criminal not to commit crimes

OR

2) Teaching law abiding citizens to defend themselves

Heres a hint: you cant teach someone to be what they aren't.

I don't think this tweet was a good idea, but rather, maybe they just need to encourage people in general to carry pepper spray, or be more aware of their surroundings ,or what have you. Being cautious not to become a victim is the best course of action.

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Posted in: 9-year-old boy unconscious after classroom fight See in context

What this 9 year old needs is a good ol fashioned stone cold stunner. Maybe he will realize what it feels like and will cut out his behavior.

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Posted in: Plans for daycare center scrapped after residents complain of possible noise See in context

I'm guessing the local government could just say "to hell with you shortsighted idiots" and let them build it there. Its just a matter of: do you really need/want it.

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Posted in: New China-themed lingerie from Peach John See in context

@Maria M you are correct, no one else gives a crap about that PC stuff except US, maybe UK. Its the reason the rest of the countries are moving ahead in areas which matter, like education and healthcare, while US is slipping in both.

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Posted in: Schoolgirl says education pointless; gets schooled in debate on Twitter See in context

Attention Feminists: This High school GIRLS writings seem to be pretty indicative of a lot of girls. THIS is what you need to fix, NOT quotas/"Paycheck fairness"/complaining about no girls in STEM. I would be willing to bet a large amount of money the response was made by a male friend.

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Posted in: 3 reasons Japanese movies today suck, according to distributor and producer Adam Torel See in context

Japanese Actors and actresses (particularly the actresses) are abysmal.

My favorite is when they want to convey surprise/shock/disapproval, or any other number of emotions, they drop their jaw about half way open, bounce their eyes back and forth from left to right, and breath slightly heavily.... for like 5 seconds, with no verbal communication. Who teaches them this garbage?

And the "angry speech from someone who cares" which appears in nearly every movie, is never believable. Stop with it or get it right.

perhaps japan needs to hire someone like Harrison Ford, Tom Hanks, or someone else with legendary status in the states to come tutor them.

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Posted in: 'The Force Awakens' wins top honors at MTV Movie Awards See in context

The force awakens: Rehash of Episode 4, but with a 2015 Politically correct mindset.

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Posted in: Police officer arrested for assaulting ex-wife, eldest daughter See in context

So let me get this straight... a 20 year old cant keep her room clean? Really, how difficult is that to do? Id have slapped her too if she were my daughter. Don't know about the whole pulling the hair and slapping of the ex... but I wouldn't have allowed her to live there anyway if she wasn't my wife.

Perhaps if he slapped her a few times when she was 10, he wouldn't have to slap her now that shes 20.

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Posted in: 6-year-old girl falls to death from 43rd floor balcony in Osaka See in context

@well statistically speaking, Women abuse/kill children FAR (like night and day difference) more than men do, despite what SJWs will try to make you believe.

It is completely reasonable to believe that the mother will come out in a few weeks to say "moshiwake nai" in a teary voice and be given a suspended sentence, as per the status quo for carebearing the female criminals here.

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Posted in: McDonald's Japan wonders where its customers went See in context

Oh man do I want to comment on the demographic attributes of this new president, but....

Such a drop is grounds for immediate replacement, especially given she has show such a small amount of cultural understanding.

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Posted in: First day on the job See in context

The light is probably a hypnotic device so the president can convince them its a good idea to work 70 hour weeks for 1400 yen per hour. (Only the first 40 hours are paid, btw)

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Posted in: Trump meets with Republican leadership after backing away from loyalty pledge See in context

I wonder why this story causes such an outbreak. If a man forgets to use birth control and doesn't want children, he is punished for having to pay child support for a minimum of 18 years. If a woman forgets to use it, its still someone elses fault and she cant be punished.

Dem double standards.

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Posted in: Woman gets 11 years for throwing 5-year-old son to his death from 13th-floor apartment See in context

Case in point why the death sentence should be an option. Any person who would kill their own child, after multiple attempts, shoplift, and have enough problems where her husband would threaten divorce for another incident doesn't need to be in society.

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Posted in: Friction between working moms, working non-moms can get complicated See in context

Hiring a temp is not a solution unless it is a job which requires repetitive tasks which don't require job specific knowledge.

how many Temps do you know that can do project management in an IT environment or manage a group of mechanical engineers? Perhaps I can call manpower for a nurse? Or maybe we can pull a TV assistant director out of nowhere?

Maybe when people are left to make choices which make sense to them instead of being bullied by this "put women in every position, but nevermind the drawbacks" stuff, we will all be a happier species.

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Posted in: Harrison Ford to reprise iconic 'Indiana Jones' role See in context

Maybe the enemy with be Social Justice Warriors! Indiana can research facts that they will ignore and then use his whip to knock the sass out of bright red dyed haired loudmouths. Then Anita Sarcesian (sp?) can complain about hes being sexist for being a white man in a movie which has a love interest which he objectifies. Lastly, Indiana could go to the UN council to talk about how privileged he is having been given the opportunity to risk his life for his job.

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Posted in: Retinal scanning display glasses developed for weak-sighted people See in context

Wonder what sort of Virtual reality implications something like this has... why look at an image created by light when they can just directly feed your retinas what they should see?

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Posted in: One-third of working women in Japan sexually harassed: study See in context

Asking for a date isn't harassment unless they react negatively to your turning him down. How is talking about age sexual harassment. Ive been asked my age by quite a few people at work and not once did I think "OMG IM BEING HARRASSED! IM SO BUTTHURT!" I think the definition needs to be narrowed to a prescribed "starting point" to be considered harassment. People LOOK for reasons to be offended, anything can be warped into harassment if you try hard enough.

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Posted in: 'Fifty Shades' dominates Razzies with 5 awards See in context

At least with hentai women are drawn with proportions most men would find attractive. (Yes, even the oversized impossible boobs), compared with fifty shades.... yeah well not much needs to be said.

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Posted in: 14-year-old student opens fire in Ohio school cafeteria See in context

All of you who are pointing fingers at the NRA or the second amendment.... What would you have the Americans do? Remove guns from circulation? That would put guns in the gangbangers/criminals hands, but none to defend the people who are just trying to make a living and have a family. I agree that guns are a bad thing, but its too late in the game to try to remove all guns from America.

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Posted in: Rock comes out swinging at Oscars; 'Spotlight' wins Best Picture See in context

Amazing isn't it? something like BET exists, but the Oscars are Racist.

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Posted in: Wake-up to diversity reality: How can new law help working women? See in context

1) Is it that women are making choices which alter their potential, or is it actually mistreatment. (IE: If you have a baby and take a year off, you cannot POSSIBLY expect to be able to maintain the same pay for the same job, simply due to tenure and experience, than a man OR a woman who did not choose to take a year off.) 2) Do women in Japan have the skills AND the desire to be at the top of gov't/businesses? I would say that the ones who do are either there now or working towards it and are not married. I know a few of them...None of them seem to think this "I'm being held back because I have a vagina" thing holds any water. Simple fact most feminists don't want to believe: Family takes a lot of time. Work takes a lot of time. You cant have 2 things that take more than half the week going at the same time and expect to be successful at both. 3) Same for men and women: If you have low education/little experience/no ambition to learn and get better, you will earn a laughable income. What this means is if you take a baito at a supermarket so you can hang out with your friends and live at home, then there is NO WAY you should be complaining about being held back. If you take that job so you can attend college and do an internship 2 days a week, the success will follow without the complaints of "unfairness."

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Posted in: Couple arrested for locking up 6-year-old boy in bathroom See in context

Not necessarily. What if the children were visiting the mother on the weekends and the father or the fathers parents had custody. Mothers typically change their names back to their maiden name after divorce. The mother should be identified and flogged.

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Posted in: Twitter woes deepen as user base fails to grow See in context

When twitter stops policing what people say and realize that people being butthurt about a comment doesn't make it "hate speech," perhaps more people will join the platform.

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Posted in: Beyonce takes U.S. by storm with new activist role See in context

So the song is about "Ignore facts, just look at the race of people involved?" yawn.... next.

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Posted in: Many young people fear losing their jobs to robots, survey finds See in context

I'm curious what the people's education was for this study. High school? College? If being a college graduate was a pre-req to being surveyed, what was the major breakdown? I'm betting those in computer science, engineering, and heath care were not the ones given negative feedback about education. Willing to be a pretty penny it was mostly made up of gender studies, communications, literature, or history majors.

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Posted in: Abe asked to comment on SMAP in Diet See in context

To hell with the budget, what is happening with the boy band WAY past its prime? Pretty indicative of a lot of Japans priorities.

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Posted in: Calls for boycott of Oscars grow over diversity of nominees See in context

I'm curious... Since they seem to blame the Oscar's board for being mostly white and male, maybe they can show us how many demographics showed interest in being part of the board, and their credentials? Something tells me it wasn't some KKK member Demanding the board only hire white males....

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Posted in: Madonna's Singapore concert is for adults only See in context

Will she be bringing her walker and a handful of her 500000000000 ex boyfriends to this show?

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