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Posted in: Japanese shops selling tins of Heisei air See in context

Is not the most worthless item i have seen being sold. There are worse ones. People pay a fortune to buy stuff a idol/singer had used. I heard there are others out there who pay a lot for a coca cola empthy can that hasn’t been opened. Is all about the memory and how much it is worth in someone mind. Sometimes money is just paper. Some can afford it to satisfied one desire. Now that’s itself is priceless.

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Posted in: 17-year-old motorcyclist escapes from police despite being handcuffed; turns himself in later See in context

He probably couldn't get the cuffs off and was tired to keep hiding with it so he turn himself in.

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Posted in: Daunting salvage task awaits Japanese F-35 investigators baffled by crash See in context

Don't care about the wreck. What about the pilot??

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Posted in: Thai police arrest 15 Japanese men in call center scam See in context

Thank you Thailand for doing such a good job catching them. Please send the names over so we can blacklist them. Also you can keep them if you want. They won’t be miss.

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Posted in: Foreign technical trainees accused of shoplifting ¥12.58 million worth of drugstore goods in Japan See in context

Multiple times? Took forever to deport her. And what about the rest of the group?

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Posted in: New Zealand struggles to answer 'why' in wake of massacre See in context

Don't put words on my mouth. I merely wrote that they should have been more alert and not have naive thoughts like 'how something like this could happen'. The government and police are suppose to protect the people and not glorify it by saying to the world how safe a paradise a place is.Even our own ploice force has handguns. I do feel for their losses and sympathize with them. Is not about blame.

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Posted in: Anime cosplayer burglar arrested in Fukuoka Pref See in context

This is a mental illness. Prison wouldn't help. Clearly he doesn't learn from his crimes.

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Posted in: New Zealand struggles to answer 'why' in wake of massacre See in context

Well,if you choose to call the place a Heaven on Earth,then there are bound to be nutcases attracted to it. There is no such things as a perfect place. Things can happen everywhere at any time. They should have been more alert. Police patrolling unarmed. How naive.

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Posted in: Paris rioters run amok at yellow vest rallies See in context

I find this article being very bias and only telling a small part of the story. Somehow they are depicting how awful these riots are, but is not telling the story from both sides.

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Posted in: Abe suggests he won't seek 4th term as LDP president See in context

Is kinda true. There really isn't much candidates to choose from aside from Abe. But the guy already had been overwork hard enough and was even sick several things. I wish the next guy better luck in 2021. Actually only serving 3 years really doesn't allow one to chance anything for the country. The next guy would just keep the status quote,earn his pay and 3 years would pass by quickly.

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Posted in: 80 injured after jetfoil apparently hits marine animal See in context

At least everyone safely arrived. Hope they get well soon.

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Posted in: Court approves Ghosn's release on ¥1 bil bail See in context

The fact that he can afford to pay that bail and continue to change laywers already indicate just how much money he has. To pay that much just to go home? I rather stay in jail. Is not like he get abuse in there anyway or get horrible food.

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Posted in: Ghosn's lawyers hand dossier to U.N. human rights office showing violations See in context

I don't get it. The guy has committed crimes. Don't care what right he has, he ain't going home. Just because everyone doesn't like the justic system, doesn't mean he should get that kind of support. UN has no right to meddle in. You are a playing into the lawyers hands by concerning yourself with the justice system instead focusing on that the guy has violated crimes.

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Posted in: Sensors used to check seat availability at restaurants See in context

Most restaurants doesn’t do reservations.

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Posted in: Japan proposes U.N. working group to tackle ocean microplastics pollution See in context

Plus that Canada proposal back then was nonsense. It basically wanted to even ban plastic straws and would heavily fine anyone using it to drink stuff. You might as well cripple the industry then with this proposal and they actually criticize Japan why they refuse to sign the agreement.

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Posted in: Japan proposes U.N. working group to tackle ocean microplastics pollution See in context

Is all just pretty talk for show. Nothing in the UN ever get accepted. Basically people propose stuff in the UN and then everyone start arguing and discussing it till the next proposal comes up. The UN only knows how to criticize. Is a joke there and just a organization with a bottomless hole to throw money at. Truth is, you will always have plastic problem in the world as long there is profits to be made. The only thing you can do is to make sure you do your parts and clean up whenever you see trash litter around in your own surroundings.

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Posted in: Trump says talks with Kim failed over N Korean sanctions demands See in context

Like anyone one would be surprise and expected a different outcome. After so many president fail with negotiation,is not like this one would be any different. NK main goal had always been trying to lift santions and continue their way of life. Now with SK being on good relationship again, there is no way they should care about US. Their economy could keep going with China and SK help.

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Posted in: Rare oarfish, seen as harbingers of doom, snagged in Japan See in context

Is beautiful. Shame it died. Wonder if it's expensive and legal to keep it.

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Posted in: 2 doctors arrested on suspicion of raping unconscious woman See in context

These things are hard to proof. But they can probably kiss their license goodbye after this scandal.

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Posted in: Suspect in murder of 86-year-old Hiroshima man arrested in Shiga Pref See in context

He confess the murder but denied the theft. Was there a reason why he killed the old man then?

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Posted in: Huawei breaks price ceiling with $2,600 folding 5G smartphone See in context

Whatever. This price is too expensive for me. My phone still worked. My 5G dream will have to wait for another 3-4years.

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Posted in: Japan steps up claim to S Korea-held islets at 'Takeshima Day' event amid tensions See in context

Something feel off these few months. Is like the two goverments are purposely picking a fight with each other and escalating things. There seems to be some goal here to intentionally increasing the tension for both sides. Whatever, they can do whatever they want. Hasn't change much anyway after 7decades.

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Posted in: Sanders says he's running for president in 2020 See in context

The guy look like he could barely walk. I am sorry,but they should place their hope on someone a little younger. Otherwise he might actually suffer severely from stress and overwork.

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Posted in: Honda to close UK car plant in 2022 with loss of 3,500 jobs See in context

Actually i was more impress with that picture then the article itself.

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Posted in: Man arrested for beating girl after she helps woman who vomited on bus See in context

If only it was possible for the police to use violence on these people too. While he can't stand the girl being kind to others, I can't also stand he wasn't beat up for injuring that girl.

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Posted in: Japanese swimming star Ikee diagnosed with leukemia See in context

Stay strong and get well

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Posted in: Vietnamese woman escapes from detention at Narita airport See in context

Well,for those who are wondering why she was escorted only by 1 person. Simple,because people would complain no matter what. If they put more staff on her,people would complain that she is harmless and that the staff are overdoing it and human right or whatever. That she isn’t a criminal. And now when they only put 1 staff on her and didn’nt cuff her like a common criminal,she manage to escape and everybody is complaining why she didn’t got a tigher security treatment. So either way they lose. Well,she doesn’t have any luggage and her face and identity is known so i doubt she can go anywhere far. This is Japan.

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Posted in: Renault probes gift from Versailles chateau linked to Ghosn's wedding See in context

So they are finally throwing him under the bus then.

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Posted in: S Korean suspected of confining 3 Japanese in Thailand See in context

I am not sure how i should feel about this. So only because the victim mother came to the rescue, before such a man is stop. To be allow to be backmail,abused and confined. As a man he is afraid and feel unsafe. The suspect must be one hell of a scary person or is expert in torture to make them that obedient. It just feel wrong to able to milk that much money from them that easily. At least struggle a little.

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Posted in: Labor ministry officials knew of improper wage survey since 2006 See in context

I guess Abe opponents are trying really hard to bring him down. They even manage to dig up things 10years ago and blame it on his administration.

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