^I think he means*there is no "perpetrator" in sex if it is consensual, however a child is apparently not capable of giving consent because they're not responsible for their actions...**
Which is a fair point. Assuming both parties are responsible for their actions, the child would be equally as guilty in cases where they were willing to have sex...
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I read this as "Udon prefecture wants to change it's name". And I was like, well no kidding, what a stupid name. Then I realized no such prefecture existed, so I clicked on this article. They want to change it TO udon? omg ....
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Isn't vendored beer really, really cheap in Japan? Why would he still that?
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-.- Sorry if you're vocabulary isn't up to par, but there's literally no other word as accurate as that one.
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I hope apple loses. They don't deserve to walk over other companies just cuz their a big name.
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NetNinja, not only would it be completely impossible to fabricate this story with so many people involved, but Yamanashi prefecture is not even remotely near the fukushima disaster- It's further away than tokyo. Please put your paranoia away.
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The radiation limit would have been set on the cautious side for sure, so if he went a little over it probably wouldn't have been a problem- it probably would've been more risky on their health to not have clear images.
However 10 times the allowable amount sounds completely unjustifiable.
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Wouldn't it be cheaper just to move people out of the heavily contaminated areas and let nature take its course, instead of removing all this dirt to all over Japan? This solution of "decontamination" is a complete pipe dream.
Cheaper? Maybe. Better? Not a chance. Japan is only so large, and the population will continue to expand for the years to come. Just abandoning an area that huge with concentrated contamination will leave that area unlivible for hundreds if not thousands of years. They do not have the luxury of throwing away 8000 sq km of space. Shaking the current economic state is a small price to pay for the health of humans for generations to come."
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