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Posted in: Airhead female fans can't get enough of 'cool' accused killer Ichihashi See in context

This is a world wide thing. There was an incident in Sweden a number of years ago where a guy executed a family. The chicks loved him because he was 'sooooo hot' http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nikita_Fouganthine

He's not hot, he's a murderer.

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Posted in: Mormon church to build 5 new temples worldwide, including one in Sapporo See in context

Woo-hoo! Magic underwear!

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Posted in: Should public funds be used to bail out big companies like JAL? See in context

mindovermater - what you state is simply untrue. Japan does NOT limit foreign ownership of publicly traded companies like a lot of other countries do. A couple of examples that spring to mind just off the top of my head are Thailand and India, where you have a special foreign board where the stock trades for non-domestic entities. One quick look at the holders list for JAL shows the 11th biggest shareholder as a foreign fund. A lot of other countries opposes foreign ownership of power companies and infrastructure, something that is NOT limited in Japan.

As to the question of whether the J-gov't should allow JAL to fail, why not ask the public? In the end it will be your taxes paying to bail the company out. Another question to ask would be, will it be cheaper in the long run to support JAL? Letting the company fail might have greater implications as a bankrupcy not only affects the company in question, but all other companies, foreign and domestic, affiliated with JAL. Not to mention all the job that are likely to be lost.

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