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Posted in: 7 Vietnamese arrested for stealing cosmetics, health products over 4 years See in context

For living expenses above and beyond his means. I am trying to live below my means.

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Posted in: Canada's rugby team help cleanup efforts in Kamaishi after game canceled by typhoon See in context

No worries, your team and Canada won something more precious and valuable: deep respect, appreciation, and acceptance. These are priceless and last forever. Great gesture. Thank you.

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Posted in: U.S. sending troops to bolster Saudi defenses after attack See in context

No attack. It was an inside job judging for tge fact that they have missile defences, they were quick to raise oil prices, and to increase military presence in SA. According to USMC Maj Gen Smedley D Butler, “War is a Racket”. “The Money Masters” by Bill Still, documents how the bankers have caused most of the wars for profiting fom both warring parties.

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Posted in: Will marijuana become the next tapioca? See in context

Drugs will get you nowhere fast.

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Posted in: Man arrested over 9-year-old stepson's murder See in context

Very dysfunctional behavior. So sorry for step children in Japan.

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Posted in: Alien enthusiasts descend on Nevada desert near secretive U.S. base See in context

For project blue beam.

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Posted in: 2 shootings in DC kill at least 1, wound another 8 See in context

The outcomes of these “shootins” is so predictable in a vague sense that it forms a pattern into the fake or scripted news category. You do not get names, and lately not even the names of police officers involved in the investigation. Even when the culprit is arrested, you do not hear any news about the trial, lawyer, prosecutor, judge, etc. Remember OJ Simpson’s trial? Judge Ito, etc. Not in the so called mass shootings or terrorist attacks. Another predictable outcome is, “shooter was killed, committed suicide, or is at large”.

America is being controlled through fear, and these seem orchestrated to maintain the dose of fear at or above acceptable government imposed levels. It is documentef that they have crisis actors that participate in these events. And 9/11 was one of those places they participated in.

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Posted in: Police looking for man who poked another man in eye with umbrella See in context

I hope the doctors can save his eye.

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Posted in: Man arrested for stabbing 85-year-old mother to death in Okinawa See in context

Living with the enemy. No love, no agreements, no tolerance, no consideration.

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Posted in: Grape grower gets 18 years for killing wife in Hokkaido See in context

Morale: If you are stranged from someone, cut all ties and do not meet alone without and escort in neutral grounds.

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Posted in: Man dies after being hit by float in Gion Festival parade See in context

@Sensei258- Thanks for reminding me about Hachioji’s festival. It also coincides with the Fussa City Tanabata festival running from Aug 1-4.

Also, Akiruno City, (on the Itsukaichi line from Haijima Station, getting off in Akigawa Station), is very similar to Hachioji’s festival. It has both floats and mikoshis, and the heat is not a brutal as in Hachioji. It is held only one day on a Saturday, so it should be on 3 August.

The city of Hamura on the Ome line holds its festival on the 27th and 28th of July. They bring the Samba dancers. On the same dates, Fussa City holds the festival of dashi and mikoshi fights right in front of the Fussa station in the afternoon after they go around their neighbohoods.

It is definitely one of the best seasons in Japan.

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Posted in: Man dies after being hit by float in Gion Festival parade See in context

Back in the days when mikoshis used to be humongous, I was invited to participate in the Suwa festival in Tachikawa. The mikoshi was really big and they were people on top of it. It would take about 150 to carry it. On a fast turn around a corner street we struck the side of the building and did some damage to it. We continued business as usual as we were all drunk by then.

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Posted in: King coal rules for power utilities in Japan See in context

Lots of neon lights still being used in the advertising signs.

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Posted in: France's Macron announces creation of a new space force command See in context

Anybody heard of Project Blue Beam?

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Posted in: 20-year-old man arrested for beating grandfather to death in Ibaraki Pref See in context

Very sad.

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Posted in: Alarm bells sound over 'outings' in Japan's LGBT community See in context

Like Beer DeliveryMan says, before Japan was invaded,(psychologically), and forced to change to Western values and economy of war, the Samurai practiced homosexualism with their young aporenctice or Wakashu. This was known as the art of Wakashudo.

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Posted in: Japan decorates ex-U.S. Vice President Cheney for boosting alliance See in context

I do not vote because that is just a validation tool for the shadow government. Yes, he is a puppet of the Money Masters and behind the wars for unjust profits. Short of Satan’s right hand. In fact, all presidents follow a scrypt from the Money Masters. If they deviate, they end up being killed like Kennedy, Lincoln, and others.

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Posted in: Okinawa governor tries again to get Abe to stop U.S. base transfer See in context

Talking to the wind.

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Posted in: American man arrested over murder of wife at Tokyo Family Court See in context

Innocent by reason of insanity, as wife stated: “mentaly unstable”.

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Posted in: Kim pays respects to embalmed body of Vietnam's Ho Chi Minh See in context

War is a Racket, by Gen Smedley D Butler, and The Money Masters, by Bill Still, are great eye openers.

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Posted in: Russia releases Japanese fishing boat crew See in context

Japan needs to educate its fishermen on respecting other countries’ boundaries.

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Posted in: Tamaki wants U.S., Japan, Okinawa talks on U.S. base move See in context

Bertie has a good point. According to USMC Maj Gen Smedley D Butler, who the MC bases in Okinawa are named after, DOD and its wars is the biggest racket, wich operates in 7 continents. His video enactment and essay are in the Internet. That explains why United States needs to manufacture enemies. Bill Still goes on to explain how the bankers took control over the governments through the central banks, which basically control the stakes in war industries,(hence the blatant War Department, which changed to “Defense” departement. His video documental, The Money Masters, is in You-Tube. An excellent documental.

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Posted in: More Muslim prayer rooms open in Japan, but relatively few takers See in context

Catering to a particular ideology or group of people will only bring resentment to the ones being excluded. Why not call it any purpose or faith meditation room. This way it will be a silent prayer and nobody has to listen to somebody else’s loud prayers.

I agree with Kurisupisu. Took the words out of my mouth.

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Posted in: U.S. agrees to let commercial flights use airspace controlled by its forces in Japan See in context

You are right Bertie. Unfortunately, Japan’s occupation status does not allow it to exercise its sovereignty in many of its own affairs.

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Posted in: JR East mulls later train services during Tokyo Olympics See in context

And buses that will bring you to the stations.

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Posted in: MSDF member arrested after walking naked on snow-covered street in Aomori Pref See in context

Many cases like these took place when I was in Okinawa 10 years ago. I suspect the mixing of cheap alcohol, Happoshu, along with sake or shoshu, or both. Police should always inquire about what was drunk to possibly establish a trend. He was probably confused.

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Posted in: Is it allowed under a democratic system to ignore the will of the people and go ahead with the reclamation work? See in context

If he only knew that democracy is an illusion.

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Posted in: Japan, Russia face difficult road to peace treaty talks See in context

Russia is better off keeping its status quo. Any promise can be broken once you get what you want.

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Posted in: M4.9 quake hits eastern Japan See in context

Yiipes!!!! Need to stock on vital supplies.

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