She went to the Japanese police for protection LOL! First, the keystones probably had to look up Belarus on a map, then they no doubt laughed at her and sent her on her way.
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Man, I'd hate to marry a Japanese "idol". Imagine all the things she had to err "do" to get to that position.
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The food can keep going around and around for hours if it’s not busy.
Which is why almost nobody takes food from the rotating belt. You order separately and it comes to your table specifically.
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Ultimately, completely pointless.
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She was a druggie, plain and simple. Live by the sword, die by it.
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The US must hang its head in shame for allowing the extradition of these two men.
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Probably one of the worst Japanese actors of all time.
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What's the definition of "Insanity" again? As long as you continue to exclude the REAL reasons for food insecurity due to your own POLITICAL BIASES, just like you do with violent crime, you will never see the end of these problems!
Agree 100%. This is why I refuse to donate to these so-called "charities", and I am 100% against rich countries sending "foreign aid" to poorer countries.
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Japan doesn’t have a labor shortage. What is does have is a lack of decent jobs paying a living wage. Raise wages and all these positions will be filled the next day.
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Show me a picture of a house being built in Japan from "2x4 with tin tacked on".
This site doesn't allow me to upload photos, but I can walk through any Japanese town and see such Third-World "housing". So could you, if you weren't so blind.
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I think the pigs were not able to survive in the wild
Stopped reading right there.
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It doesn't help that Japanese building codes are so poor. "Houses" consisting of 2x4 with tin tacked on to them....talk about Third-World.
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Imagine having such little willpower to just stop eating.
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And Honda's still leaving Swindon?
The Swindon lot never did respect me.
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I love news like this which rubs salt into the still bitter wounds of the loser Remainers! Great to hear!
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As a deer and boar hunter here in Japan, I am happy to see this!
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It confirmed for me how ugly Tokyo is. Concrete and asphalt jungle.
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Great news. Japan is heavily over-populated.
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I will never buy a Nissan or Olympus product after what happened to their former CEOs.
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Won't happen. If Japanese companies published a P&L and a balance sheet based on truth, they would all be dissolved within a week.
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I would be interested to know more about this man so we can avoid this event in the future. What was his motive? What is his background?
I sometimes use Internet cafes if I miss the last train. You would not believe the level of weird Japanese males you see in them. "Socially retarded" doesn't come even close.
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Japanese zoos are horrendous places for the animals. They are built purely for the Japanese people visiting.
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All Japanese companies cook the books and publish false accounts. Anyone read Dogs and Demons?
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People would rather mess around at home than go to the office, hardly breaking news. "Working from home" = "slacking off" for 99.9% of people. The virus is just a convenient excuse for most of them.
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Posted in: Rebuking someone to the point of letting them break down is power harassment. I filed this suit to let it widely be known to society how much such language and actions hurt people, as I think my husband is not the only victim. See in context
I have a power harassing pr*ck of a boss here. The other day I walked out of a meeting we were having due to his condescending tone and attitude. He freaked out, worried that I was going to tell upper management. Been all good-goody to me since then. These people are bullies who crumble when someone stands up to them. The problem in Japan is the education system indoctrinates you to never speak up.
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