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Posted in: United inflicts 1st Arsenal home loss in 15 months See in context

OMG! Amesome job Van Gay what a guy! You are bringing us back to winning ways in the Premium Soccerball league, Bet Wanger is in tears now and also the Bunners supporters club, lol! No doubt they were crying into their popcorn and Coke's at the end of tournament. At last us real fans of the Red Dealers have something to smile about after Daniel Moyes almost destroyed my beloved club on and off the court in last seasons event. Next season i kinda guess we will be winning the Soccerball league which is our right , Alex Fuggerson made that our destiny dontcha know. I thinkn 'll sing a little song now because i am so goddam happy! " i only sing win we're winning, sing when we're winning" X10,000.

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Posted in: Corks pop around the world as Beaujolais Nouveau arrives See in context

If people enjoy themselves who gives a toss. So many moaning minnies here, drinking this plonk is not compulsary.

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Posted in: Bringing Britain to life for Japanese visitors See in context

As a Brit i have no time for the place anymore.. It is not all a dump but enough of it is and a lot of the people are not happy with their lot. If you can travel everywhere first class and avoid the chavs you may be ok though.

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Posted in: 2 dead, including gunman, in school shooting near Seattle See in context

@ MarkG

USA ransk no 1 in first world countries for percent of population incarcerated and also for the highest gap between rich and poor of any first world nation.

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Posted in: Convenience stores vie for coffee market crown See in context

When companies compete it generally means better value for the consumer. My wife favours the coffee from Lawson as afr as combini's go.

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Posted in: Japan overwhelmingly favors CDs to digital music See in context

@smithinjapan You complain and moan like a very poor person, FFS! CD's are better than downloading for me, in fact i don't download. Some classic albums are being reissued in vinyl, love it all. Physiacl items have a resell value in most cases downloaded zero and cannot even be passed on. The Japanese have the right idea, love the place and the mindset.

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Posted in: What do you think of smartwatches? Would you wear one? See in context

I don't know what these do let alone know if i would use one.

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Posted in: Magazine survey picks Japan’s 10 best places to live in See in context

Nishinomiya? WTF are there people on meds? Used to live near there and still go around there at times. The Malls are your regular Aeon type thing. Yeah, it has good transport links but it is far from an attractive place to live.

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Posted in: Celebrities take on 'Ice Bucket Challenge' to fight disease See in context

If celebrities do it then it must be a great idea, yawn. Actually the idea is pretty good, most people are sheep and want to be part of the latest fad or trend. They will then join in this and it drwas attention to raising funds. Of course the celebs want it to draw attention to them though.

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Posted in: The British samurai who aimed for the Tokyo Olympics, and wound up King of the Ring See in context

I remember him being top of the bill at The Fairfield Halls in Croydon in 1978. He beat Mark "Rollerball" Rocco who was his main rival at the time. This was when wrestling was very popular in Britain. it used to be shown on ITV every Saturday afternoon before the football results. Kendo Nagasaki was my hero wrestler back then and as a boy i believed pro wrestling all to be real.

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Posted in: AKB48 recruiting part-timers for Y1,000 per hour See in context

@Wolfpack

Modern day slavery does not have to mean those forced to work for no pay or fear of violence. The term is used for many other things not just African slavery. It can also mean very poor working conditions and low pay such as the working conditions of these young ladies.

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Posted in: AKB48 recruiting part-timers for Y1,000 per hour See in context

I have been saying this about this awful business for a long time and always get attacked by i guess fans of this trash. Fans who believe thye girls make millions, choose to and make apearances and do things for charity etc.. They have zero control and it is indeed modern day slavery.

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Posted in: Actor-comedian Robin Williams found dead in apparent suicide See in context

Strange that when there is news about someone who is not famous commiting suicide we have many saying how slefish they are and such a coward. When it is a celeb as in this case there is zero condemnation. I find it sad when anyone kills themselves whteher celeb or not.

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Posted in: Japan to host 'World Assembly for Women' next month See in context

What next compulsory education only up to 13 years old, then you are expected to work unless you pay? Maybe retirement age at 80 while the elite get richer. Ever feel like you're being cheated?

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Posted in: Japan to host 'World Assembly for Women' next month See in context

What next compulsory education only up to 13 years old, then you are expected to work? Maybe retirement age at 80 while the elite get richer. Ever feel like you're being cheated?

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Posted in: Foreign talent doesn’t seem anxious to head for Japan anytime soon. Because the country has yet to develop the socioeconomic conditions and cultural mindset that will allow foreign talented individual See in context

@jersey boy

You don't need to be head ofa major comnpany to be successful and even if you do get that job your are not your own man.

@scipamtheist

The country to which i refer to is Japan where i reside and i started my own business from 115,000 Yen .Compare starting any business in Japan to where i come from (UK) and there is no comparison. There are so many ways to make money in Japan if you are an English speaker, you don't even have to be fluent in Japanese. maybe the big business rat race route aint to great for foreigners, then go down another one.

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Posted in: Foreign talent doesn’t seem anxious to head for Japan anytime soon. Because the country has yet to develop the socioeconomic conditions and cultural mindset that will allow foreign talented individual See in context

Wonderful country to start your own business, very little red tape and starting up is so easy with little outlay. People are stuck in this mindset of school - University (debt) - career (paying off debt and being in the rat race).

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Posted in: Japan women world's longest-lived as male lifespan tops 80 See in context

@Tessa

You imply that Japanese females live so long due to being idle and eating bonbons and cakes. That shows a total ignorance of these matters. The healthier you eat and the more exercise you do increases the lifespan. We can thus deduce that Japanese females eat far healthier and are more active than their Western counterparts.

Being idle and eating crap is what many western females do these days, wonder why the majority are overweight. When i travel to cities in Japan i am always shocked at the flabby ill looking foreigners i see, male and female. Not all are like this of course but i would estimate that at least 70% of Westren adult females could do with losing some weight for starters.

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Posted in: French clothing brand LACOSTE carving out niche for itself in Japan See in context

Lacoste was worn by a lot of young posers in UK in early 80's, they were also popular for a while with Yuppies. I am not a fan of Lacoste clothing and find it overpriced for what it is.

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Posted in: Do you support the restart of nuclear reactors in Japan? See in context

The economy needs these started for now at least. Importing fuel is hurting the recovery and making things more expensive in Japan. There are risks connected to almost all methods need to generate power. Until safe and cheap alternatives are available Nuclear power is the best option for Japan.

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Posted in: Japan should prohibit all propaganda advocating racial superiority or hatred that incites to discrimination, hostility or violence as well as demonstrations intended to disseminate such propaganda. See in context

@strangerland

If you honestly believe and trust that these politicians are making these laws for the benefit of the public then i do feel sorry for you.

Of course these things can change into being against demonstrating or speaking ill of the government. Governments and their elite friends are masters of manipulation. For example, look how many Americans supported the war against Iraq and believed the link with Bin Laden and that Saddam was a threat, he had WMD, nukes etc.

Hate speech laws can easily be used as an excuse to monitor (spy) on people to make sure they are not breaking the law and repress free speeeh, don't believe the hype.

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Posted in: Japan should prohibit all propaganda advocating racial superiority or hatred that incites to discrimination, hostility or violence as well as demonstrations intended to disseminate such propaganda. See in context

@Strangerland

People can define anything to fit what they want, it doesn't mean it is correct or fair. This world is turning mad, there was a lot more discrimination and intolerance in days gone by and these laws were not needed. They are used as part of the control mechanism it is a clever tool. What decent person would not want laws against these awful things? These awful things can turn into things like demonstrating on speaking ill of the government. Don't believ these things are done for the good of the general public, it don't work that way anymnore.

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Posted in: Japan should prohibit all propaganda advocating racial superiority or hatred that incites to discrimination, hostility or violence as well as demonstrations intended to disseminate such propaganda. See in context

The problem i have with this who decides what is hate speech? These type of laws are easily open to abuse by politicians. In Britain people have been jailed for what the government has decided are offensive tweets and Facebook posts. These have usually been just one tweet or post whilst drunk. It's easy to say these laws are needed to protect people but they are so open to abuse.

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Posted in: Japan must eliminate misogyny in workforce: UNDP chief See in context

@tmarie

Whenever questioned this way you always come out with a recent personal experience to prove your point, i am dubious of this and a single example is meaningless.

There are no food banks in Japan, there are not CCTV's everywhere. There is barley any street robberies or violent crime. Japan is a great place for men and women, Japanese and foreign. As long as you are honest and prepared to do your best you will generally be fine.Nowhere is perfect but Japan is better than the West as long as you can remove your Western prejudices.

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Posted in: Japan must eliminate misogyny in workforce: UNDP chief See in context

@tmarie

You don't see what these women do as you are in full time employment and they can't see what you do during the day, for all they know you lounge around all day doing as little as possible.

As usual you blame the Japanese women for not wanting out of life what you want. This is nit the West and your values are not the norm in Japan. Japan is a fairer and more peaceful country than the West, let;'s not have this destroyed by copying the West and destroying the family unit. As i stated before this is all about creating debt slaves, compare the debt versus savings in the West in Japan. Look at the facts people and it becomes obvious.

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Posted in: Japan must eliminate misogyny in workforce: UNDP chief See in context

Usual rubbish from the elite politicians that want everyone a debt slave from cradle to grave. Sometimes i think these morons hate the family unit, hate families being together, hate the mother to child bond. This is all about increasing the amount of workers into the workplace which means more demand for the same amount of jobs. This means salaries fall for the average person as we see in the West and profits increase which are distributed to a few shareholders. Also there will be some nice donations and gifts to the politicians who make this into law.

This is the third wave of feminism, more like the Third Reich, it's a joke and families and especially kids suffer more and more worldwide by this which is terribly sad.

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Posted in: Condemned man takes nearly 2 hours to die in botched execution in Arizona See in context

Barbaric and sick in the head. About sums up the U.S justice system really.

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Posted in: China food scandal drags in Starbucks, Burger King and McNuggets in Japan See in context

Surely most of the blame should be on OSI?

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Posted in: Population decline is caused by a decrease in the number of women in their 20s and 30s, and the outflow of young people to Tokyo. We need to implement measures to stem the low birthrates and over-conc See in context

No worries if the population declines worldwide. Less pollution, more resources and less hunger. Population growth cannot carry on forever and nor can many of our natural resources.

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Posted in: Nissan CEO: Abe's goal to have 30% of bosses women too ambitious See in context

Timtak is 100% correct regarding this. Most people here post with Western views and believing that those ways are the best. We don't see a push for 50% males in nursing or teaching as more females choose those jobs. We also do not see a push for more female construction workers as mostly males choose these jobs. It is a matter of choice which politicians and the elite should butt out of.

Abe and business leaders want more women in the workplace to increase GBP which does not mean a better lifestyle for the masses just a small amount of already very rich.

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