David Muñoz comments

Posted in: 65-year-old woman arrested over death of bedridden husband See in context

@Daniel Naumoff.

Oh it mustn't been easy.

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Posted in: Elderly couple found dead in apparent murder-suicide See in context

They ran out of reasons to live, it's very sad... Taking care of an ill relative is way too much weight for a single person.... if it's even hard for a family I cannot imagine how hard must've been for a single person. I like Japanese society in a lot of ways, but the family life is something that needs heavy improvement...

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Posted in: 8-year-old girl on bike killed after being hit by minibus See in context

This is really sad, but honestly I don't think it's the driver's fault... it was an accident..

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Posted in: Man robs convenience store, then asks employee to call police See in context

He obviously need psychological assistance, if you ask me, he might did this because he wanted to be set, sometimes stress of life and society specially in Japan is way to heavy, maybe he wasn't good or happy at what he was doing for living, maybe he was having trouble to find a job, so he thought something like, "You know what, if I was in prison it would be great, free food, a place to live, no work".

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Posted in: Yamaha gives us a glimpse into the future of transport with two new mobility vehicles See in context

They look good, but honestly... I don't think they're practical...

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Posted in: Police officer fires warning shot after being charged at by knife-wielding 15-year-old boy See in context

All the people commenting "I would have shot him", are what's wrong with society. They simply don't think, they don't know that behind the news there is a person, the boy could have serious issues, he wasn't in his right mind, and he needed help, granted he attacked a person but still that's not enough motive to kill him, the officer was right he did an splendid job, he protected society. This is the reason of why Japanese society doesn't get shootouts in schools.

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Posted in: Number of children in Japan falls to new low See in context

I love Japan but one big flaw that I encountered there is that people put way way to much attention in work, work is important, but it's not healthy to put work as the no 1 priority in your, life, if you ask me, the no 1 priority is family, family comes first, you live your live to be happy, you work to support your family and yourself, you don't live to work.

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