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Posted in: Nissan's Saikawa: 'Ghosn child' who ousted mentor See in context

We are witnessing a real-life modern-day ‘game of thrones’ here.

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Posted in: Suicide squad: Reasonable rent and apartment 'incidents' See in context

@Reckless, I know your story! And the 3rd husband died of blunt force trauma because he wouldn't do away with himself. I think I know where you're from.

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Posted in: Working as caregiver holds few attractions, despite growing need See in context

I agree with Middleoftherocd, some people just really enjoy taking care of others. My mom is one. She worked as a nurse at a government hospital for 47 years. She's now 82 and still does volunteer work helping out at a carehome looking after residents, some even younger than her.

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Posted in: Huge cyberattack ebbs as investigators work to find culprits See in context

"Experts urged organizations and companies to immediately update older Microsoft operating systems, such as Windows XP, with a patch released by the company."

This can logically be considered as 'motive' behind the attack, right?

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Posted in: Poll shows most disabled people in Japan dislike 'inspirational' documentaries about disability See in context

Hmmm....so how can we make the world a better place for both the abled and the differently abled if the society where they belong is having a hard time accepting their differences? We have to recognise a problem for us to be able to solve it, right?

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Posted in: Philippines, Japan hold historic naval drills in flashpoint waters See in context

Japan and the Philippines are not enemies in WW2, JT. It was the US and Japan fighting over the Philippines, in the Philippines.

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Posted in: mountain season opens See in context

The opening night was fun. When the gates opened at midnight, the race to the top began; not with other climbers but for the spectacular sunrise at the summit. The trail of headlamps looked like a trail of luminous ants marching on. I just don't understand why there's a need for others to carry a 40li backpack for a day climb, when I feel I already overpacked with my 22li. Everybody seemed to be enjoying though, so its good overall.

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Posted in: Institute rejects stem cell research scientist's appeal See in context

I wonder why she seems alone here. What ever happened to uchi no soto; where are the sempai and kohai? This is Japan, I have reasons to believe that she didn't do this by herself. I also wonder what they are trying to accomplish here while a lot of sick people could still be saved if they just get on with their job.

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