FourIce comments

Posted in: Iran makes arrests in plane shootdown; police crack down on protests See in context

Iran said on Tuesday it had arrested people accused of a role in shooting down a Ukrainian airliner

This is not an individual crime, it's a crime by a government. They're looking for scapegoats.

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Posted in: NHK to begin simultaneous online streaming in April See in context

Who watches NHK nowadays?

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Posted in: Connected cars moving targets for hackers See in context

Why would we want a connected car? Disconnection is the answer. I can still go from point A to point B.

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Posted in: Court orders journalist to pay damages to reporter Shiori Ito in rape lawsuit See in context

No jail time for Yamaguchi? Does money solve everything? How about the stain caused? I think money compensation is not enough.

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Posted in: Seven-Eleven failed to pay some overtime wages to at least 30,000 employees for years See in context

18 years! That's a deliberate theft! The company and its president should be fined or go to jail. This is not a small-time theft. This a grand theft.

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Posted in: Nightmare before Christmas? Traders dig in for long British election night See in context

Brexit- one big gambling bet for traders. Standing at the side walk will be the best move.

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Posted in: Historical documents show Japanese gov't role in providing sex slaves See in context

Pretty much barbaric. Before this issue came up, I remember my grandma used to tell the atrocities of rapes and murders of the Japanese soldiers. That was pretty much in the 70s. What Japan neighbors claiming is true but idiotic politicians, patriots and lame historians are denying it.

Anyway, it's all history now and they are all rotting and being burned in hell.

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Posted in: Japan's Astellas to buy Audentes for $3 billion in gene therapy push See in context

Gene therapies aim to cure diseases by replacing the missing or mutated version of a gene found in a patient’s cells with healthy copies.

How would they replace billions of cells?

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Posted in: Young Japanese men say paying for dates is hardest part of life as a guy: survey See in context

I think these are just lame excuses of an irresponsible and lazy guy. Girls may not even want to go out with them. So there he go, free from any dates.

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Posted in: Registrations to buy Tokyo Olympic tickets exceed 8 million See in context

Why buy ticket when you can watch from the comforts of your living room?

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Posted in: Gov't says it is safe to release contaminated Fukushima water into ocean See in context

stressing that the health risk to humans would be "significantly small."

How small? Have they measured it?

This is why I stopped buying any produce from Fukushima.

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Posted in: Japan's economy grows less than expected in third quarter See in context

Japanese economy would ride out the storm next year as it receives a likely boost from the Tokyo Olympics.

I don't now much about economics, but what boost would it be and in what form? Not seeing much.

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Posted in: Researchers find second Japanese warship sunk in Battle of Midway See in context

What's the point of finding these sunken ships? Will it help humanity?

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Posted in: Stepfather gets 13 years in prison over fatal child abuse See in context

Just 13 years of imprisonment versus the lifetime he stole from this young girl. It's too lenient.

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Posted in: Uber Eats delivery staff in Japan form labor union See in context

Is this an issue? Workers should have the right to protect themselves from companies who feed on their flesh and blood.

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Posted in: Man says he abused stepdaughter because efforts to discipline her didn't work See in context

He physically abused the girl for failing to live up to his difficult demands, including waking up at 4 a.m.

He is one sick stupid man! I don't understand why have a child and abuse your own flesh and blood?! He deserves to be locked, given 1 meal a day and be awaken 4:00 am everyday. He doesn't have the right to be called a father.

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Posted in: Cambodian court convicts 2 Japanese of murdering taxi driver See in context

A life of a person is just worth USD 25K. What's wrong with the justice court. Stupid justice system!

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Posted in: Mitsubishi says Singapore-based oil trader lost $320 mil in unauthorized trades See in context

Mitsubishi said it could not identify the trader.

This a serious governance lapse - they don't even know the identity of the trader.

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Posted in: Japan team wins Ig Nobel award for measuring children's saliva See in context

So what is the point of this research? Does it do good to humanity?

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Posted in: Gov't to launch smartphone-based rewards program to soften tax impact See in context

The government is considering providing 5,000 yen worth of points to spend at stores across Japan to consumers who load 20,000 yen in their account

That's a good 25% profit! People would just use the points and withdraw their money.

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Posted in: 'Smart' clothing can boost wearable tech, say Singapore researchers See in context

Means more radiation going through the body...

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Posted in: Japan to lead development of SWIFT network for cryptocurrency See in context

Won't work. SWIFT is fat and sluggish, any slight change takes years to implement. We have yet to see how SWIFT will address this.

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Posted in: Smartphone app found effective in helping people quit smoking See in context

Measuring the carbon monoxide in somebody's breath gives a gauge to alert people of the danger they are doing to themselves. But at the end of the day, it is still self-control and discipline that matters to stay away from smoking. As Saint Paul said, "I beat my body and make it my slave so ... I myself will not be disqualified for the prize"

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Posted in: Man arrested for beating wife to death because she wouldn't cook dinner for him See in context

He'll be eating prison food from now.

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Posted in: SoftBank's Son loses $130 mil on bitcoin: report See in context

He maybe a good business man but he is a bad trader.

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Posted in: Facebook left millions of passwords readable by employees See in context

Turning on your 2 Factor authentication will help.

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Posted in: Diet passes bill to accept more foreign workers See in context

What are these politicians doing? Looks like a wrestling match rather than a civilized meeting.

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Posted in: Japan's Uzabase to acquire online news platform Quartz See in context

how will they monetize free news?

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Posted in: Amnesty warns of crimes against humanity in Philippines See in context

Rubbish! You don't have any idea how it is to live in the Philippines being afraid of your own shadow. Duterte is cleaning up society and have made Philippines a better and safer place. Those who died are not necessarily innocent and saints. We cannot deny that there are rotten police officers and they also need to be dealt with. Overall, Duterte is doing an excellent job. If you don't believe, go and live there.

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Posted in: Short and sweet See in context

I've seen the video and quite magnetic but I don't see any value in watching it. As the Japanese said, it is baka-bakashi. So I don't understand why he received a Guinness World record certificate ... Seem like the standard of value of this world has reached its bottom.

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