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Posted in: Ex-KAT-TUN idol gets suspended term for marijuana possession See in context

Marijuana is a serious crime in Japan and those who break the law must be punished.

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Posted in: CBD oil: A guide to the hemp extract that’s taking over the wellness world See in context

I don't know about this , dbd is still illegal in many countries . There must be a good reason. It probably is not safe.

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Posted in: Sarcastic Koike says: Let's hold Olympic marathon on Russian-held islands See in context

Would she rather have a runner die during the olympics? Try running in heat and humidity for over 2 hours and see how you feel. In Doha they are lucky no one died during the world championships marathon.

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Posted in: Japanese beer is a lot better than American beer. We'll be looking those up at the liquor store when we get back. See in context

bass4funk have you tasted all 6,000 craft beers in America?

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Posted in: Japanese beer is a lot better than American beer. We'll be looking those up at the liquor store when we get back. See in context

The US has something like 6,000 craft beers. Japan has better beer? Nice sweeping generalization there.

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Posted in: Sarcastic Koike says: Let's hold Olympic marathon on Russian-held islands See in context

Why is she complaining? it's the people who miss out on the olympics. She has good seats while the average person will have no event to enjoy.

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Posted in: Tokyo ward barred homeless from evacuation shelters during typhoon See in context

Guess how many homeless were forced from their 'camps' on the riverbanks? How many more were washed away? No way to get these numbers.

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Posted in: Abe to skip Yasukuni visit during autumn festival: sources See in context

JJplane do yourself a favor and go to the yasukuni website and see if you agree with their viewpoint that Japan was a victim in the war. Also guess who supports visiting yasukuni? Those jolly fellows the drive around in those trucks with loudspeakers. Do you support those wonderful gentlemen?

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Posted in: Canada's rugby team help cleanup efforts in Kamaishi after game canceled by typhoon See in context

Are we to the point to where professional athletes have to clean up for themselves now?

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Posted in: Super typhoon on track to drench Japan's main island See in context

This is all very good for japan rugby, go brave blossoms!

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Posted in: Canadian father sues Japanese firm for paternity leave harassment See in context

That canadian needs to suck it up and get back to work. How dare he demand free money living off the welfare of japan.

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Posted in: Winning streak See in context

By publishing photos of that behavior only goes to encourage it. Media should be ashamed of themselves. Also the streaker should be imprisoned.

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Posted in: Visually impaired woman hit, killed by train after falling off platform See in context

Dango I can see you're not blind. Who are you to decide what words are offensive?

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Posted in: Trump jokes to Putin: 'Don't meddle in the election, please' See in context

Russia is our friend, unlike some countries.

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Posted in: Chindonya commuters See in context

These people are so annoying. They are terrible musicians and disrupt daily life with their noise and antics.

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Posted in: Japanese students more open to use of marijuana, survey suggests See in context

There is factual evidence that the use of marijuana leads to more serious drug use. That's why it's called the 'gateway drug'. This means it opens the gate to more serious drugs like crack cocaine and crystal meth. Japan doesn't need that here. There is FACTUAL evidence that marijuana is strongly addictive and destroys brain cells, leading to catastrophic social anarchy. In a recent study, marijuana is the most serious drug on the streets, more than alcohol, cocaine, heroin, or meth.

Keep marijuana out of Japan!

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympic tickets: Be prepared to be disappointed See in context

I got all my tickets, what's everyone whining about?

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Posted in: What part of Japan has the best food, and what should you eat there? See in context

Why is yudofu there? It's flavorless tofu with soy sauce on it. Thanks Japan.

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympics to ban fans from posting photos, video of events on their social media accounts See in context

This is a great rule, the olympics needs to make money and if everyone is posting on twitter and facebook then people will have no need to watch it on tv. Follow the rules like you are told, people, this is Japan.

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Posted in: Footage of Kawasaki knife attack recorded by school bus dashcam See in context

The public has a right to that footage. It contains images that are prevalent in our society and we have the right to view it and use it as we see fit.

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Posted in: Delays and long waits as Japan residents rush to buy Tokyo Olympic tickets See in context

Masayuki, who do you think? It's a Japanese website. And we all know how ADVANCED the Japanese are concerning the internet (sarcasm).

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Posted in: No. of foreign workers in Japan triples in decade to record 1.46 million See in context

Now crime rates will triple as well. In every country with so many workers from foreign countries, we have seen crime rates soar uncontrollably. Look at the USA for example.

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Posted in: TEPCO apologizes for still-radioactive water at Fukushima plant See in context

The radioactivity is really not that dangerous. We are exposed to radiation daily, from our microwave ovens to our televisions. Just relax, people. geez

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Posted in: Serena cartoon fuels debate about 'racist' Australia See in context

It's funny watching white people decide what is and what is not racist because white people know so much about racism.

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Posted in: Abe vows further efforts to attract 40 mil foreign visitors by 2020 See in context

Bertiewooster, there are US bases in Okinawa because Japan tried to take over the world. The US stopped them in WWII and ended up taking over and by keeping bases in Okinawa it allows the US manage the balance of power and keep an eye on China and NK.

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Posted in: In your experience, which country's airport immigration offices have been the rudest or most difficult to deal with? See in context

Strangerland it depends on what you look like. I'm guessing SE Asians and dark people have very different reactions from immigration officers to those from western countries. Same thing probably happens everywhere I'd assume.

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Posted in: High-tech Tokyo tops list of world's most innovative cities See in context

Some things are definitely high tech however they still use too much cash, DVDS, fax machines and have not yet automated McDonalds. Ganbare Japan I am a foreigner and I am not shocked that robots are working as staff. I am shocked that Japan still uses cash! Who uses cash anymore?

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Posted in: Siblings of French tourist missing in Japan arrive to help find her See in context

Stormcrow how about this: carry a photocopy of the important information in your passport and leave your passport in the hotel safe :)

Wakarimasen you are right. I don't know why they are talking about passports so much.

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Posted in: Siblings of French tourist missing in Japan arrive to help find her See in context

Commanteer, have you ever been to Japan? Are you aware of how much crime there is in Japan?

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Posted in: Siblings of French tourist missing in Japan arrive to help find her See in context

Stormcrow I'm pretty sure most people don't carry their passports on them when they travel abroad (depending on the country). Do you want to get robbed and lose your passport or keep it in your hotel safe?

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