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Posted in: Former Tokio pop group member arrested for riding motorbike while drunk See in context

Tell them “I was drunk and I don’t remember.”


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Posted in: Survey shows 64% willing to work beyond retirement age See in context

Truly a failing of a society when people are forced to work well past retirement just to make ends meet.

62.1 percent said they do not know how much they would receive in retirement money and pension benefits when they retire.

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Posted in: 18-year-old arrested over murder of stepmother See in context

If you’re old enough to join the JSDF, then you’re old enough to be treated as an adult.

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Posted in: As fires rage, Trump has head 'in the sand,' says LA mayor See in context

"Please remember the words, very simple, forest management.

He is right, and who is in charge of that? Why the federal government is. That’s your department.

So tell the world. Is this admittance that the blaze is your fault Mr. President?

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Posted in: Olympic chief says no deadline for how Tokyo Games will be organized See in context

Olympic chief Thomas Bach said Wednesday, adding developments for rapid Covid-19 testing

Whoops. That automatically disqualifies Japan Mr. Bach.

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Posted in: Nearly 80% of LDP lawmakers back Suga in post-Abe leadership race See in context

Older people tend to be wiser, as long as they are not mad.


Can we get a source for that data or is that based on anecdotes that old people = “wise”

There are plenty of instances where elderly make critical errors or have a lapse in judgement.

Also, mad in what way? Are you suggesting youthful people are angry and that makes them less credible?

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Posted in: Jail term upheld for mother over fatal abuse of 5-year-old daughter See in context

Yudai Funato, 35, was sentenced to 13 years in prison last October for physical abuse and neglect that led to the child's death.

Japanese “justice” at its finest ladies and gentlemen. That scumbag gets to walk among us when he is 48.

Yua was 5. She doesn’t get to live or experience anything at all except the pain, fear and sorrow she felt at the very hands of the people who were supposed to protect her.

Where is the justice in that?

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 170 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 507 See in context

Weren’t we pushing these numbers when 5,000 tests were conducted?

Yet here we have 3,000 and the number of sick is the same? That’s a bad thing, no?

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Posted in: Japan's economy sinks deeper into worst postwar contraction in Q2 See in context

I don't get your pont. The government doesn't pay your wages unless you're central govt civil servant.

First point. I am a civil servant. So they do pay my wages.

As for those that work privately. Private institutions are governed and controlled by labor laws and regulation written by, government. When Japanese labor laws are lacking, private institutions are free to run their racket.

On top of this, the government has done nothing but raise taxes, raise pension costs, raise financial obligations of citizens and nothing in the realm of raising or regulating companies.

TL;DR: It all comes full circle back to gov’t for why the economy fails and fails the people.

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Posted in: Japan's economy sinks deeper into worst postwar contraction in Q2 See in context

Gov’t: Please spend money?

People: Sure, can I get a wage please?

Gov’t: No wage! Only spend!

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Posted in: Tokyo man arrested for kidnapping 9-year-old girl he met via online game See in context

Thankfully the girl seems to by unharmed physically.

Vigilance is key. As a handful have said already. Parents and teachers need to be as aware as possible of what their kids do online and who they communicate with. It’s literally all fun and games until suddenly it isn’t.

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Posted in: Q&A: Japan's coronavirus-related travel restrictions See in context

Would someone care to explain how this policy is not discriminatory?

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Posted in: Man arrested for throwing sand on woman who rejected his advances at beach See in context

I get it. Dating is tough as a guy. That’s how it is though. You take it on the chin and move on.

If the guy isreally sick of it, then take the MGTOW route my dude.

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Posted in: Man arrested for molesting woman as she walks home See in context

He was quoted by police and saying he was curious to touch the breasts of a woman he didn’t know.

No you dingus. You’re supposed to say

“I was drunk.”

”I have been stressed out at work recently.”

“I don’t recall.”

Bow deeply and you avoid any accountability. That’s Japanese justice.

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Posted in: Koike says coronavirus situation improving; Olympics on track for 2021 See in context

Tokyo Governor Yuriko Koike said on Tuesday that the coronavirus situation in Japan's capital is improving

Is Koike the Governor of some parallel universe Tokyo that we are not aware of? This universes Tokyo is in no shape or form ready to host an Olympic Games of any kind.

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Posted in: Man arrested for fatally stabbing drinking acquaintance See in context

"My buddy pissed me off so I committed second degree murder."

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Posted in: Man suspected of filming up girl’s skirt jumps to death from 20th-floor apartment See in context

Innocent until proven guilty people. He was a sick individual yes, but did he deserve death for what he did?

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Posted in: Former 'Terrace House' cast member arrested for marijuana possession See in context

Tell us when and if he commits an actual crime okay because this ain’t it chief.

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Posted in: Hiroshima court recognizes atomic bomb 'black rain' victims See in context

Would you look at that? Just yesterday people were telling Korea and Korean “comfort women” to “move on” because a statue remembering the victims was erected in botanical garden.

I said, “Should Japanese victims of war do the same thing and just move on?”

I said it before and I’ll say it again.

Today the war may be over, but for some people and their families it never really ended. They have to live with it every day mentally, physically or both.

We help those that have suffered regardless of race, creed or the side they took. We learn to move forward in hopes we do not repeat past mistakes.

The real issue here is why did the Japanese government choose to wait so long to help the very people they got into this mess? Probably greed.

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Posted in: Osaka to ask citizens to avoid drinking in groups of 5 or more See in context

Shall we also stop going to work or riding train cars with more than 5 people as well?

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Posted in: New 'comfort woman' statue in South Korea stokes anger in Japan See in context

All these “move on” people need to understand that the same sentiment could be applied just as easily to the Japanese.

Oh Hiroshima was bombed. It’s time to move on. It’s war it was in the past and it’s over.

Yeah not such a great line of thinking now is it?

Yes it’s war, yes it’s in the past but for some people and their families it is never over. Learning how to move forward in a world that knows what happened and making sure it never happens again to anyone is how we survive.

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Posted in: Japan reports record 795 new daily virus cases amid resurgence See in context

I thought Japan and it’s “cultural standard” beat the virus. That’s what Taro Aso said. So it must be true?!

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Posted in: Go To fiasco may see gov't paying Tokyoites' cancellation fees See in context

Play stupid games. Win stupid prizes.

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Posted in: Supreme Court rejects appeal by 'vagina kayak' artist over obscenity See in context

The lower courts ruled that the 3D data "realistically reproduce the shape (of female genitalia) and stimulate the viewers' sexual desire."

かんまら祭り would like a word Japan.

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Posted in: Tokyo moves away from numerical targets to fight coronavirus See in context

Moving the goal posts are we Japan? How very Donald of you.

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Posted in: 18-year-old girl arrested for not paying ¥160,000 Tokyo-Shiga taxi fare See in context

While the girl should be held accountable, the driver should have used better judgement. A 5 1/2 hour journey by taxi is not normal and would have added up to an absurd final bill.

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Posted in: Woman arrested for fatally stabbing husband See in context

 Tomie Tsuchiya stabbed her husband Makoto in the stomach with a kitchen knife.

> denied any intent to kill her husband.

Riiight. No intent to kill. I only stabbed him in a vital area with a tool made specifically for slicing meat.

Charge her with premeditated murder.

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Posted in: Tokyo gov't urges people to refrain from cherry blossom parties in parks See in context

No! The liver is evil and must be punished!

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Posted in: Japanese deputy justice minister tells Lebanon Ghosn should stand trial in Japan See in context

Good on you Lebanon! Tell Japan to get a real justice system and then we can talk. He should stand trial in an international court, not one run and maintained by muppets.

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Posted in: Health ministry not helpful for foreigners in Japan seeking virus info See in context

Health ministry not helpful for foreigners in Japan

Really? That's unexpected. I also heard that water is wet too!

It's like people were saying too. If this is too much for Japan then they may as well call it quits on the Olympics here and now.

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