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Posted in: Groups criticize Japan for carrying out executions See in context

Hokey justice.

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Posted in: Atsuko Maeda 'graduates' from AKB48 See in context

No photo?

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Posted in: NTV outlines behavior rules for AKB48, Johnny's Jr cast of TV drama See in context

I guess we now just have to sit back and wait for the "I'm pregnant" stories to hit.

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Posted in: Park life See in context

Plenty of homelessness in the US, despite the free market.

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Posted in: Disaster survival kit See in context

Granny, Grandad, Mum, Dad, Kid.

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Posted in: Mane event See in context

I have an emobile wi-fi. Works great and cheaper than NTT.

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Posted in: iPod nano 6th generation watch conversion kit See in context

You get what you pay for.

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Posted in: iPod nano 6th generation watch conversion kit See in context

I have one of these. Great for a gym workout. You can use it with Nike plus to record runs if you have the Nike plus shoes/dongle.

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Posted in: Keeping up with Japanese metrosexual manes See in context

Great article. I'm going out right now to get a haircut like Rod Stewart's hairdresser's nightmare.

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Posted in: AKB48 members get Red Cross work experience See in context

They can massage my cardiac anytime.

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Posted in: emonster launches KICKSTARTER project for 'nanox' 6th generation iPod watch conversion kit See in context

Nice product. Kickstarter is a very interesting platform too.

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Posted in: Fancy a Smooch? See in context

Tough location for passing trade. Benugo definitely has the prime spot.

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Posted in: Fancy a Smooch? See in context

Yeah, maybe he actually enjoys his job. Some people do. Believe it or not.

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Posted in: Leah Dizon to split from husband of two years See in context

And it all started with a BUN in the oven. Lesson learned too late.

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Posted in: Galaxy S handset See in context

Best "Darth Vaderist"?

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Posted in: Ascendant on the rise See in context

Soaking up the local business culture, eh.

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Posted in: Pedal power See in context

Obviously an attempt to replace carpenters with unicycling power-tools.

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Posted in: Marauding monkeys have Y200,000 bounty on their heads See in context

Two questions (apologies if already answered):

does the person who captures the most monkeys get a "Best Monkeyist" award?

"citizens have to successfully lock a primate in their house" - if the prefectural staff know where the monkeys' houses are, why don't they lock them in them themselves?

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Posted in: Leading a digital 'evilution' See in context

Maybe he's working 20hours a day to pay his rent. We don't know his personal circumstances. Enough with the assumptions.

He's a self-employed foreigner who says business was bad last year. If he can work hard this year to have a good year, fair play to him. I know plenty of developers, designers, etc who work crazy hours to deliver a project on time (and not because 'the man' is forcing them to work)

Facebook, Mixi, etc. are all made to make money. None of them are registered charities.

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Posted in: Boy falls onto train tracks while looking at handheld game console See in context

Was it a PSP or a Nintendo DS?

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Posted in: Collapsible pet enclosure See in context

You can get them with a zip-in roof to make sure of no escape. Not sure if that's another manufacturer though.

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Posted in: Business caters to sexual needs of disabled See in context

White Hands? Where'd the name come from?

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Posted in: Hire power See in context

tokorobam, very true indeed. I've met a bunch of recruiters, some good, some not so good. If you meet one who provides good service, understands their market/industry focus well and has good client connections then they can be a great asset.

And aren't recruiters two steps up from an ALT, with financial advisors one step up? ;-)

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Posted in: Universal values See in context

JBeezy, good for you. That would put you in the 1% column then, wouldn't it.

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Posted in: Universal values See in context

I met Itai-san last month. Absolutely gorgeous in real life, this photo doesn't do her justice, but it ain't bad. Agree with Tamarama.

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Posted in: Hire power See in context

Bored - very interesting comments.

Noborito - no need to worry about her qualifications, she has a job.

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Posted in: Hire power See in context

If you don't like recruiters, don't use them. Simple enough.

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Posted in: The return of Charisma Man See in context

Very, very true Tamarama. The 'charisma men with models' scenario is more urban legend than observed fact.

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Posted in: The return of Charisma Man See in context

Ultradude, as long as the man is rich enough, many women don't care what he looks like.

For me, with my DiCaprio looks, Obama charisma, the brains of Stephen Hawking and the money of Bill Gates I do find it difficult to know what they really see in me.

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Posted in: The return of Charisma Man See in context

I went to the US last year and found the women there to be very attractive.

However, on my English teacher salary I'd be well pushed to keep one of them in Coke and Big Macs full-time. Sometimes basic economics rule and you just have to go with the flow.

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