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Posted in: Nissan recalls more than 226,000 cars in U.S. over faulty airbags See in context

It's just a third left, then.

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Posted in: Obamacare: More than 10 million uninsured signed up See in context

Obama deserves more listening to.

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Posted in: NHK apologizes to Obokata after she is injured while fleeing reporters See in context

Let's hope we're not letting it become another 'Lady di' and "reporters"-en-masse hysteria.

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Posted in: Wounded man dies in Saitama convenience store See in context

Last time I checked, police question everyone, all the time, always in Japan.

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Posted in: Man rams car into police station in Kitakyushu See in context

Kamikaze actually means martyr-ship if I'm not mistaken.

@commanteer Don't get me started. There's so many it's really crazy.

Good noone was hurt.

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Posted in: Man questioned over 5 arson cases in Yokohama See in context

Maybe local law enforcement tortured him one too many times.

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Posted in: Man rams car into police station in Kitakyushu See in context

Kamikaze.

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Posted in: AKB48 singer recruits for SDF as Abe boosts military See in context

Waiting for Jaxa to show me how to hand out samples of pr1vate porn.

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Posted in: Germany scores in extra time to win World Cup 1-0 See in context

Great work German soccer team and congrats to the goal!

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Posted in: Ex-JSDF commander: Mass murders by disturbed soldier could never happen in Japan See in context

Well you can only hope he feels the nutter effect.

@Jimizo

No, it isn't. It could be argued that the job of retired generals is to conduct themselves with dignity. This 'general' was forced into retirement for soiling the carpet once too often. You are absolutely right.

I hear it was not that it took one other 'general' 10 years to make him understand he was soiling the carpet, but hordes of police 'proving' it not only unethical but the definition of illegal.

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Posted in: Japan able to aid U.S. ships under attack, says defense minister See in context

About time.

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Posted in: At Liberty See in context

Good.

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Posted in: Chinese newspaper posts map of A-bombed Japan See in context

"China drummed and drummed but the army wouldn't stop marching".

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Posted in: Typhoon sweeps across Okinawa; 10 injured, 1 dead See in context

Hope Okinawa is alright.

But. Clean air for Tokyo incoming.. for 72 hours..

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Posted in: I have received many e-mails from Japanese women living in other countries. Those women, who wish to divorce their husbands and return to Japan with their children, asked whether their cases are subje See in context

"..subject to the cases?" - Yes.

Hence:

"Luckily, kind and loving J-women has highly respected Hague (& Geneva) convention in the glorious nation of Japan, to rely on." - No.

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Posted in: Gov't sees delay in restart of world's biggest nuclear plant See in context

Fukushima had three meltdowns.

One plant. Three (3) meltdowns.

Zichi - you can't have a new agency because my house is unclean!

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Posted in: Japan issues highest alert as typhoon approaches Okinawa See in context

Mud-slide and bad-sea season.

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Posted in: China starts publishing daily Japanese war crimes 'confession' See in context

Any "confession" in war time are usually understated.

Victims of torture are commonly ridiculed statements likely to dismissed with rationalization.

Just as this statement.

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Posted in: China starts publishing daily Japanese war crimes 'confession' See in context

I think these things really happened.

It just became more difficult with spy satellites and nukes.

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Posted in: Tokyo assemblywoman heckled on why she isn't married or having children See in context

Thank you Japan. Thank you.

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Posted in: Japan demands China withdraw plane encounter video footage See in context

"Japan demands abc withdraw def video footage".

Also known as censorship.

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Posted in: Researchers on a high-tech quest for the perfect nipple See in context

I found out I like female nipples, that be tiny and stiff.

Feeding of natural nipple is vital for strong immune system.

Victims of torture may also be treated with female nipple touch for accelerated rehabilitation.

Note: German clean room technology provides "fat-bastard" type nipples for premature babies.

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Posted in: OC Desu: It’s what all the cool kids are typing nowadays See in context

While "Oishii desu" means "tasty", "Oshii desu" means "not quite there" or "near miss"..

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Posted in: Japan test-broadcasts super HD television technology See in context

Greyscale, color, flatscreen, HD, 3d, concave and SuperHD.

Neat development for a 50 year old!

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Posted in: China hits back at U.S., Japan for 'provocative' remarks See in context

China and Japan have massive amounts of friction. Seems to me both sides could easily have start having a go at it, especially at sea, without realizing they both "started it".

My shoes says Made in China 6 out of 7 days in a week. But China needs to buy this one. That's lobbying, measuring, more lobbying, regulating and sweet talking.

Besides, Japan needs the money, and could use their tech-skills to make the coolest oil rigs ever.

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Posted in: Bombing at Nigeria soccer match kills at least 40 See in context

Another symptom of a sick society..

May peace rest upon their souls.

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Posted in: Tiananmen activists gather in Japan to pressure Beijing See in context

"The simple fact is that the big corporations are not in favor of human rights..."

If big corporations aren't, then what about entire countries?

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Posted in: 3 youths arrested for throwing eggs at foreign students in Saga See in context

The crime should be punished but not the motive.

Japan is already bleeding and these kids are:

A) the symptom of a sick society

B) making it bleed even more.

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Posted in: Japanese government mulls doing away with cell phone SIM locks See in context

Soumusho said the same thing back in 2004 when the 3G phones came.

The only reason You lock a phone for your customer, is as an extra procaution against "hit and run" with only the downpayment.

And it's not a problem, provided you can unlock it, after the contract's run out.

It's really simple.

Locking a phone and selling the key is cheap, but a procaution. Locking a phone and throwing the key away is bogus.

For the geeks 2 know. US-inspired NTT has a few unlockable phones. But are expensive. UK-inspired SB has another few. Has cheap alternatives but bad net. Forget unlocking AU altogether. It's a defense thing.

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Posted in: U.S. backs more active security role for Japan: Hagel See in context

"Following Japan’s surrender in 1945, its SDF has not fired a single shot in battle."

I was gonna say o-no-dera..

..but I believe Pentagon and BOEI shaking hands is like Glycerin and Nitro not having a bad reaction. Difficult.

Olympic Security sure will be tight in Tokyo.

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