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Posted in: 19-year-old woman arrested for abandoning corpse of newborn son See in context

Man I am getting the weirdest deja vu. Oh because there is literally a story just like this in the same page.

What is so difficult about either:

A. Wearing protection.

B. Taking responsibility for your actions.

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

They should do what this guy did to that poor girl while he is locked up.

Occasionally feed him bananas. Wake him at random hours of the morning to yell incomprehensible and irrational things at him.

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Posted in: Father arrested over abuse of 1-month-old son See in context

Such a brave man! Hurting a month old infant. As a new father the thought that someone could even think hurting a child like that is justified somehow makes a knot in my stomach.

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Posted in: Thief steals $840,000 watch from Japanese man's wrist in Paris See in context

Robbed? In Paris? Well I am shocked and appalled. /s

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Posted in: Kansai Electric Chairman Yagi to quit over gift scandal See in context

Makoto Yagi has decided to step down following criticism for receiving gifts.

That's a strange way to spell bribe.

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Posted in: Schoolteacher incited students to create chaos: principal See in context

Nio: I responded to the matter inadequately. I did not contact the authorities or the school board as I should have and was hoping to keep this quiet. Now that it has come to light I am going to throw as many people under the bus to make myself look less culpable.

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Posted in: Kansai Electric chairman resigns over gift scandal; president to follow after 3rd party report See in context

And these guys aren't cuffs because? Oh right they're Japanese and Japanese discriminate on a regular basis.

jApAnEsE JUstiCe

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Posted in: Man arrested for allegedly molesting young girl in car See in context

This guy definitely deserves to have the book thrown at him. This poor girl had to endure this horrible experience.

As for mom and dad. What's your deal? Look as parents we can't protect our children from every single negative experience the world has to throw our way. It's your job to prepare them for the world. You wanna maybe teach your kids to not climb into the car of strange, unknown men?

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Posted in: Elementary school teacher arrested for sexually molesting 4 girls See in context

Any bets as to whether this repugnant guy's living room is filled with manga and anime depicting the rape and molestation of schoolgirls

Blaming any and all media for the behavior of an individual isn’t so black and white.

Next we should be saying video games and movies cause people to turn into violent murderers.

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Posted in: 25-year-old mother arrested over death of 2-year-old daughter See in context


Wife and I struggled so much to even get pregnant and this vile person abandons her child because she wants some “alone time”

I hope they throw every book they have at her. The thought of that poor child alone, in pain and suffering. Give the child up. I’d have taken them in. Clothed, fed, cared and loved them all the same.

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Posted in: Child fatally assaulted by father was earlier released from custody despite his sexual abuse of her See in context

So sad.

On today's episode of Japanese Incompetence, ...

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Posted in: Teacher says he trespassed into apartment to see women’s underwear See in context

he was always in a good mood and never seemed to be stressed out.

Right, had he been stressed out that might have explained his actions, but here? We are just at a loss let me tell you.

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Posted in: Japanese police officer gets pay cut for using dating app to see several men See in context

Unethical? Who cares?

If she was doing this during work hours and goofing off then sure. It'd be the equivalent to taking several smoke breaks throughout the work day. Who cares if she is seeing a couple of guys during her private life.

Japan has been complaining about young people not dating and starting families and here they are chewing out a young woman for doing the very thing they want people to do! You almost got to have your cake and eat it Japan, then you blew it.

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Posted in: Ootoya to close most restaurants for a day on March 12 for staff training after video prank See in context

It's a publicity stunt. Japanese gotta save face when they can. Quit and move on from this black company.

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Posted in: Man arrested for hitting police officer who interfered with his Pokemon GO game See in context

As an avid player and fan of the game, this idiot is an embarrassment. Even in my community there are members playing that can't seem to understand the idea that we shouldn't be inconveniencing local areas by jamming up the streets. Public safety and normal function of public roads and walkways take priority over catching Pokemon.

I highly recommend anyone on the fence check the game out, but to please do so safely. The dunce that attacked the officer should be punished to the full extent of the law as well. A real trainer wouldn't point their finger at others for their inability. Git gud.

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Posted in: Convenience stores to stop selling adult magazines by end of August See in context

Here's a crazy idea.

Why don't we shelve them behind the counter and behind black shelving covers to prevent young / sensitive individuals from seeing unwanted sexual content just like they do Stateside?

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Posted in: 'Peeping Tom' police officer questioned after sneaking into house, secretly watching woman bathe See in context

Been awhile since there was an article like this. Okay so which is it? Drunk? Stressed out? Mental sickness?

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Posted in: Japan protests over alleged rape by U.S. sailor on Okinawa See in context

Would love to see a protest against you know, rape in general. Don't see why Okinawans get bent out of shape when a foreigner does it but it's no big deal if its Okinawan on Okinawan. I guess its just people getting on a band-wagon and going with their knee jerk reaction to someone or something they interpret as "different"

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Posted in: Man in wheelchair, helper die after being hit by car in Yamaguchi See in context

Very unfortunate. Hope their friends and families make it through this.


I have been wondering a similar thing about high beams. I feel like its the result of cars just having LED lighting in combination with people being ignorant to the fact that blasting your high beams when there is oncoming traffic is frowned upon. Is it really so hard to put together the notion that people can't see when there are 4 massively bright lights in their face?

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Posted in: Chinese woman arrested for drowning 5-year-old son See in context

Look I know arguing over the idea of race or occupation being mentioned in articles is a moot point for some. I just want to make the point that mentioning such things, particularly in Japan carries a lot more weight than it may in others.

Company employee found guilty of something? Your company now looks bad. Friend of yours is found carrying illegal substances? Guess who else is getting questioned?

Almost anything that might be frowned upon in Japanese society carries over for huge groups of people even if the act committed is done by a single individual.

Because of that I would appreciate news stories treading a bit more carefully about what is said. Of course there are points that need to be mentioned when detailing suspects and that like, but we need to ask is needed here? Yes or no?

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Posted in: Eyeing global domination, 'Star Wars' opens big in China See in context

Oh China. Where's John Boyega on the cover art for the movie?Photoshopped him out? Little racist wouldn't you say?

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Posted in: Chinese woman arrested for drowning 5-year-old son See in context

Just to be fair then, articles pertaining Japanese nationals should state they are in fact Japanese then.

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Posted in: Chinese woman arrested for drowning 5-year-old son See in context

Suppose there is no reason to be offended at the article stating that the woman is Chinese or not, but it does sometimes come off as unnecessary when certain details have attention drawn to them.

Not even details that are related to race. Sometimes it is a crime or incident and the persons charged will have their company name announced. Is it necessary the article go over the company they work for? Was this a company order? No? So why mention it? Give the name, what happened, where it happened and any other confirmed information.

Sometimes things like race or occupation do not have any reason to be brought up.

Then there are incidents involving Japanese folks too, yet attention to the person being Japanese is never brought up. Should we just assume that the person is Japanese by the name? What about Yuqiong Cai? Sounds Chinese, should we assume she is? Why bring it up in the article?

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Posted in: Plum trees already blossoming in Kagawa; earliest ever See in context

When do they typically blossom then?

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Posted in: Woman arrested for abandoning dead baby in paper bag See in context

Tanaka, who was arrested on Tuesday, lives with her ​​mother and sister. They told police they were not aware that she was pregnant.

The baby was quite small, dangerously underweight I would guess but how do you not know that your daughter is pregnant? No baby bump? No change in eating habits, lack of a period, nausea? I would seriously question the validity of mom and sis's statement.

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Posted in: 19-year-old man arrested after punching his mother to death See in context


Yeah I don't know about that one. Is the lapse in logic coming from the courts or is it in the writing and something is just getting lost in translation?

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Posted in: 16-day-old girl dies after being put in trash can by parents See in context

Keanu Reeves in "Parenthood" comes to mind on this one:

" need a license to buy a dog. You need a license to drive a car. Hell, you even need a license to catch a fish. But they'll let any butt-reaming *** be a father."

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Posted in: Japan says whaling fleet will set sail on Tuesday See in context

It really has to be a "I do and eat what I want!" sort of mentality. I tried whale once and it was awful. I don't see what value eating whale has to offer considering it looks, tastes and feels terrible to eat. There are apparently health issues tied to eating it excessively as well.

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Posted in: University student arrested for throwing eggs from condo balcony See in context

stressed out from continuously failing at job hunting.

Well job hunting chances are scrambled now. I understand being stressed out by something like that but take to the batting cages or the gym next time.

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Posted in: 18-year-old girl arrested for drunk driving resulting in death See in context


Well that is my preference as well. Feel a bit better being able to see the traffic in front of me, but as SenseNotSoCommon said, this woman was drunk so I am not so certain how much good walking in either direction would have done.

From the broadcast footage seen on Meizamashi TV this morning, the incident seems to have taken place on the left-hand side. It is possible the woman was simply following the standard direction of travel in Japan.

I do not understand the deal with referring to this woman as "girl" but it could just be a translation issue. She is definitely in the wrong and should be held accountable for involuntary manslaughter.

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