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Posted in: Chiba teacher arrested for threats to blow up government buildings because of Saturday classes See in context

Note to self NEVER WORK IN CHIBA! This is madness. It never worked well then, why will it work now? common sense is not very common.

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Posted in: 3 Japanese students killed, 5 injured in California car crash See in context

RIP. This is sad. I don't know why they crammed into that car, they definitely wouldn't do that at home. Their families, their poor families.

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Posted in: Japan to resume Fukushima rice exports See in context

No rice for me...

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Posted in: Missing Okayama girl found unharmed; 49-year-old man arrested See in context

I think the publicity caused him not to harm her. Thank goodness. He realized that her phone was traced, he was seen, his car is known...no way he could have done anything after that and not be found out. He would have gotten the death penalty for sure.

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Posted in: Japan issues highest alert as typhoon approaches Okinawa See in context

We were told today that we have to come to school...we should find another way to get to school if our usual train stops running. So in other words, even though the situation is unsafe for a train made of metal ( and those in it of course), humans should brave the weather.

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Posted in: Grapes fetch record Y550,000 a bunch See in context

wow....

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Posted in: Zushi beach ban on alcohol, loud music goes into effect See in context

COMING SOON: A ban on life itself...and all that makes it a bit bearable.

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Posted in: Increasing workplace harassment blamed for spike in work-related illnesses See in context

Japan is becoming a humanitarian's nightmare... People are just not treated well here, nationals and foreigners alike. It's a struggle from birth.

Of those, the most common cases involved “power harassment” and cases in which workload suddenly skyrocketed but the employees were given no extra compensation to match the increased workload—in some cases resulting in 160 hours of unpaid overtime a month. Sixty-three suicides were also attributed to overwork, the ministry said.

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Posted in: Foreign interns pay the price for Japan's labor shortage See in context

They were completely happy until they left and sued us,

This quote from Kameda personifies the Japan I am beginning to know.

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Posted in: Body found in Kumamoto believed to be that of missing girl See in context

RIP. Condolences to the family of the girl. May the killer never see the sun again. I can see that the "school girl loving" culture is getting dangerous results..

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Posted in: Man arrested after child's skeletal remains found in apartment See in context

What about the mom? She never saw her son for 7 years...and ...and.. "sigh"

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Posted in: Officials warn of dangers of heatstroke in parks, school playgrounds See in context

I can't believe it!! finally someone realized they can't beat mother nature!! (and that they are but humans.) As a teacher, I am very happy to hear this. I hated seeing my students burn....they weren't allowed to wear sunblock either.

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Posted in: Two AKB48 singers, 1 staff member attacked at handshake event in Iwate See in context

I am not a fan, but this is sad. I wish them all the best. I also hope the cruel man didn't slash their faces, seeing that is how these women make a living.

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Posted in: 5 dead, 2 missing after floating pier overturns at remote atoll See in context

RIP to those who passed.

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Posted in: 7 high school students face charges over suicide of classmate See in context

They should also charge teachers who sometimes turn a blind eye... RIP

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Posted in: 18-year-old youth arrested over murder of Mie girl last August See in context

18 year old are minors!!!???? What is the age of consent for boys in Japan again?

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Posted in: Japanese man gets hit with massive bill for Y1 mil after iPhone stolen in Spain See in context

When I go abroad my phone is immediately turned off ....everything is locked down under passwords and ppasswords... if it is stolen, only a genius could figure out the password and by that time I would have canceled the service already... I get coins and use payphones.

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Posted in: Bus driver in fatal crash suffered from sleep apnea See in context

Then why was he hired for this job again?????? RIP "sigh"

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Posted in: DeGeneres' star-studded Oscars 'selfie' shatters Twitter record See in context

I love Ellen

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Posted in: Ayumi Hamasaki marries UCLA med student See in context

So, she left the first husband because she felt uneasy about being away from Japan in a time of great hardship...I wonder how the divorce helped Japan? I wonder if the husband wouldn't have understood if she had to return home for a bit.....

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Posted in: Man assaults two elementary school students in Tokyo See in context

I would sooooooo slap him!!!!! OMG

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Posted in: 21 dead in Japan from virus spread by mites See in context

Was the mite named? or did I miss that bit of info...

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Posted in: Is Japan overworking its teachers? One exhausted educator says, 'YES!' See in context

The lady is not lying.

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Posted in: Osaka man caught after teaching junior high for 15 years without a certificate See in context

I find this whole thing so funny. This particular BOE is known to be really strict on its teachers when it comes to their leave and how many days off they get, even when classes are out. The teachers have to sign for every single minute taken. They are pretty thorough with holidays. If a teacher is late a few minutes, an HOUR gets deducted from their holidays or salary...... I really think they should use the same type of no nonsense approach in making sure their teachers are who they say they are...

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Posted in: Confused Japanese tourists trigger highway pursuit in Utah See in context

“Red and blue lights are a pretty universal signal,” Horne said. “Regardless of nationality and language, when we put lights on, people pull over and stop.”

Yeah and clearly this policeman doesn't know much about Japanese people.

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Posted in: Female Osaka school clerk's pay docked over tattoos See in context

I bet if it were a student that had it no one could touch that kid.....kids rule in Osaka schools. Adults/teachers hmm not so much.

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Posted in: Electric blankets no help for good night's sleep in winter See in context

Mine helps me.....also helps me keep my bill down

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Posted in: 3 dead, 494 injured as heavy snow hits most of Japan See in context

If only people would realize that no one can win in a competition with mother nature...stay put!!! for heaven's sake. One day at home won't kill you. Slow down man... RIP to those that died "sigh"

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Posted in: 86 students at Yokohama school sickened by suspected norovirus See in context

I bet just one person came to school despite having symptoms...I bet it was a no nenkyu taking, no sick day using teacher .

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