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Posted in: Ohtani belts 200th MLB homer in Dodgers defeat See in context

I can understand about not being a fan

But i don't understand the unnecessary hate this guy is getting

Why can't they just ignore him if they're not particulary impressed or amazed by what he is doing

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Posted in: Philippines says pact with Japan takes defense ties to unprecedented high See in context

@ian

That's how the Philippines make the USA think

But in reality, most politians are under China's payroll

The Philippines are benefiting a lot from the Chinese Government

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Posted in: Philippines says pact with Japan takes defense ties to unprecedented high See in context

China owns the Philippines

Filipinos don't even trust their own government

I don't understand how Japan can take this seriously

Not hatin, just sayin what is obvious

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Posted in: Japan's skateboarding youth turn street culture into Olympic gold See in context

Lots of haters in this room

As always

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Posted in: Secret-identity J-pop singer Ado to hold handshake event with surreal setup to hide her face See in context

This is actually possible

Checkout the group GREEEEN

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Posted in: Eye to eye See in context

The old fighter wants the money

The young fighter wants to be on the radar

A win-win situation for both

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Posted in: Japan to step up enrollment of foreign residents in pension system See in context

I don't like it

But I don't want to go back to the UK either

So, i just need to $uck it up

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Posted in: Yuka Saso wins another U.S. Women's Open See in context

Yuka Saso became a U.S. Women's Open champion for the second time Sunday and took her place in history with a rare footnote — the first Filipino to win the Women's Open in 2021, and now the first from Japan.

Very interesting footnote

Congratulations!

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Posted in: New bill will block convicted sex offenders from jobs involving children See in context

You would think that employers would check thoroughly regardless of it being required by law or not

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Posted in: 3-year-old girl falls to her death from balcony of high-rise apartment in Hiroshima See in context

Please, i don't want to hear this kind of news anymore

Let's all be vigilant

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Posted in: Testimony begins in lawsuit accusing Japanese police of racial profiling See in context

Interesting thing is, most of the foreigners i know are cautious when dealing with another foreiger

They usually don't trust them, which is also a blatant practice of racial profiling

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Posted in: Japanese generally sleep badly - why, what effect does it have on body, mind and country as a whole? See in context

If you don't have the luxury of getting the recommended number, i guess you can make it up by the quality of your sleep (up to a certain extent)

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Posted in: 2 die, 100 hospitalized after consuming Japan drugmaker's health supplements See in context

Western medicine is the best

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Posted in: Conspiracies linger after Princess of Wales cancer revelation See in context

This is definitely the fault of the oyajis in the Japanese government

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Posted in: 25-year-old man arrested for abducting minor after meeting her online See in context

These kinds of people don't exist abroad, especially western countries where people are mentally healthy

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Posted in: Ohtani's interpreter fired by Dodgers after allegations of illegal gambling, theft from star See in context

Came here for the comments

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Posted in: Blue Impulse See in context

Who the h3ll downvoted Ricky's comment??

Humanity is doomed

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Posted in: Would a Trump return to the White House after the November election be good news for Japan? See in context

It's not like there are better choices

No point in asking

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Posted in: Frustrated Murray bored with repeated retirement questions See in context

@Ted

I thougth the same, too

I am more surprised that he is not (yet) retired

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Posted in: Apple hit with 1.8-bil-euro EU fine for music streaming restrictions See in context

This is very surprising

I thought only Japanese companies cheat

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Posted in: Official Tokyo Marathon T-shirts get recalled for English spelling mistake See in context

I understand what everyone is saying here about EngRish in Japan

But

There is no deep explanation behind this mistake

It's really just a typo error (plus the negligence of the person who approved it for printing)

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Posted in: Official Tokyo Marathon T-shirts get recalled for English spelling mistake See in context

I think it was just a simple typo error as "u" is beside "i"

Unfortunately, no one double checked before publishing

The フィ explanation is ridiculous

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Posted in: 7-year-old boy dies after choking while eating school lunch See in context

Not serving quail eggs is not the solution

I think the authorities missed the point of this incident

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Posted in: 87% of Japan firms say paternity leave averages less than 3 months See in context

Most companies are not bad to work for

Why we all focusing on the bad apples only

To be honest, i don't personally know anyone who is suffering from all these things i read here on JT

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Posted in: Taxi, bus driver's license tests in Japan to go multilingual See in context

Try to see the brighter side of things sometimes

It's not that bad

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Posted in: Many Japanese outside major urban areas do not engage with foreigners: survey See in context

What is the point of this survey?

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Posted in: High school girl killed, likely after being dragged 5 km by car See in context

Unbelieveble

Not even in the movies

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Posted in: Japan OKs new foreign trainee program to attract more workers See in context

Bobs Your UncleToday  02:42 pm JST

Futaro GamagoriToday 02:20 pm JST

These trainees should just go to western countries where they are very much welcome and will be fairly treated

You have to wonder if Japan was their last choice for many of them.

Japan is their only choice

Even though there are (allegedly) "abused" trainees, the majority are happy that this kind of opportunity is available to them

I don't know any Western country that accept this kind of workers

Legally, at least

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Posted in: Japan OKs new foreign trainee program to attract more workers See in context

These trainees should just go to western countries where they are very much welcome and will be fairly treated

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