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Posted in: Osaka man arrested for employing 50 high school girls as prostitutes See in context

He wasn't unemployed. He was a pimp and seemed to be making a pretty good living.

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Posted in: Drunken man arrested after man falls to death off train platform See in context

I always stand far enough back so that if I'm pushed even on purpose I won't fall in. Most people don't take this precaution.

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Posted in: Fixing American 'dumbocracy' See in context

Not sure the writer understands what socialism is. Seems like he's part of the dumbocracy.

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Posted in: Do you see anything wrong with U.S. President Barack Obama playing golf while the Gulf Coast oil spill crisis continues? See in context

For somebody who works at many hours as that and has as much pressure and stress as the President I guess it's not so bad. I used to think so when Bush did the same thing, but looking back on things that wasn't so bad either.

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Posted in: Man saves woman who falls onto tracks at subway station See in context

There are options. I go through the middle of the line.

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Posted in: Man saves woman who falls onto tracks at subway station See in context

I see people always walking too close to the edge. If you are walking close to the edge a trip, or a bump might be enough to knock you over. People are stupid and think it won't happen to them. There will always be these problems. Not just from drunk people. Good chance she was drunk too though.

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Posted in: Why Japanese property managers are so strict on renting apartments See in context

or you speak really good Japanese and it says no foreigners?

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Posted in: Reconciling foreign workers' prayer breaks with production deadlines See in context

The prayer thing isn't only a problem. Only with racist or intolerant people. Also it's the company that went and recruited a group of people who belong to an unnamed religion because they couldn't find Japanese people to do it for the price they wanted. This is what you have to deal with when you have a mixture of cultures. The people were also promised this break before they started working there, so I don't see what the problem is. If the Japanese people are working work more they should make a renegotiate tier contracts with the employer to work less. It has nothing to do with the employees praying. Everyone here talking about the people going to pray, the only problem is the company's management policy and other employees who are intolerant.

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Posted in: Thermometer measures temperature in 20 seconds See in context

I mean, I think I've seen ear thermometers that work much faster than 20 seconds back home. Why is this news, and why is it treated like a good product. It's like saying, we just created a car that can go 110 km/h.

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Posted in: Palin, Obama spar from a distance over nuclear policy See in context

I would so love Sarah Palin to be president. It would be so hilarious watching the news everyday.

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Posted in: Japan leading charge against bluefin ban See in context

@Fredster - Do people really say such illogical things, or is it the norm to throw all common sense out the window. At the rate that's stated is correct that how much Japan is consuming it wouldn't change the outcome. Maybe have been prolonged slightly longer.

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Posted in: Corporate 'blacklist' circulating among new graduates See in context

Good for Japanese workers.

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