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Posted in: Cancer patients seek damages from Fukushima nuclear plant See in context

Thyroid cancer is highly curable. i pray they will recover and the medical bills is covered by the government. Fukushima people has been through so much.

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Posted in: Accused groper dies after jumping out of train station office window See in context

Good job for the girl to ask for help and great work for the passerby to detain the guy. With these two things combine, these gropers don't stand a chance.

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Posted in: Why isn’t Japan as tech savvy as it should be? See in context

Because there is nothing wrong with holding on to what we are using. Why fix something that is not broken? People always seem to be such a rush these days to run toward the future as if it's some kind of race or something. Cultures and traditional ways are slowly dying. There is nothing wrong with going at a slow pace. Less IT and more balance with nature. I rather my kids learn how to build something using wood than to spend their days on a computer.

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Posted in: 19 children, 2 adults killed in Texas school shooting; Biden says 'we have to act' See in context

What makes me sick is what kind of animal actually would target defenseless children? Can't they choose tougher targets if they feel that society has let them down?

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Posted in: Japanese plastics firm charged over alleged bribes to Vietnam officials See in context

Clearly the vietnamese officials did not care and gladly accepted the bribes. And Tenma still shot itself into the foot by reporting it to Tokyo prosecutors. What happen to the saying "when in Rome, do as the romans do" ?

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Posted in: Town recovers most of ¥46.3 mil mistakenly sent to resident See in context

One wrong choice in life and everything can go downhill from there. Imagine if he had return the money at the the beginning. He would be famous throughout the country, respected by the whole town and every media would have painted him as a good citizen that is trustworthy and kind.

But he choose the money. Using tricks and lies to take advantage of a error transfer and try to steal from the town. I don't think he would be welcome anymore by the folks there even if they cannot charge him with anything. Good luck trying to find a job or a place to live there. Small communities like these are very close with each other and does not tolerate these kind of things. He is lucky the mayor didn't plaster his face all over the nation when he went into hiding. Then he would be truly screwed.

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Posted in: Osaka loses in 1st round of French Open See in context

For someone that kept losing, the media sure love to keep focusing her. How about other athletes getting some spotlight for once?

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Posted in: Manufacturers getting to grips with airless tires See in context

@Mark, while dozens of countries who relies on the rubber industry will go without work you mean. The funny thing is that whenever one market try to replace the other, it usually cause a massive economic breakdown in a lot of poor countries.

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Posted in: Teen calls police over man she thinks is holding a knife See in context

I still have one working in condition. A very good piece of technology that was made to last.

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Posted in: Kishida cabinet's approval rises to record 61.5%: poll See in context

Abe and Suga left a whole mess for Kishida to clean up. But good thing is that this man is energetic enough to take it. That's all i have to say.

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Posted in: Japan, U.S., 3 others walk out of APEC trade meeting as Russian minister speaks See in context

The reason why they refuse to listen is because if they stayed, it would represent to the world that they accepted Russia as a trade partner. This isn't good. Because Russia aim is to try to normalized relation and have people ignore the war. Continue business as if nothing happen. That is kinda messed up. One moment you are bombing cities and the next moment you are cheerfully trying to promote free trades with other countries.

By attacking Ukraine, Russia literally put dozens countries into a food crisis and created the rise in living cost. And then they still have the nerve to come and try to promote free trade and economic cooperation. And this is after all causing the larges refugees crisis in EU, a energy crisis and even threatening nuclear war. You have to be very shameless to still willing to go to APEC and act like nothing is wrong.

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Posted in: Senior Finance Ministry official arrested for alleged assault on train See in context

So long career. All it take is one night of heavy drinking. People really need to stop it with this kind of excessive drinking. This is why i hate those night out drinking parties with colleagues.

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Posted in: 18,000 police officers to be mobilized during Biden's visit to Tokyo See in context

The criminals will have field day knowing this.

Why bother? As if anyone here cares about Biden. Just give him 18 police escorts and a tour guide.

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Posted in: Man indicted on theft, drug charges escapes from hospital See in context

There is no point in running. These idiots just cannot realize that. Where can he even hide? He won't able to even travel to another city without getting caught. All this did was add another criminal charge to his sentence. A person that is flagged by the police and cannot use his id, passport or a bank account is totally screwed in japan.

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Posted in: Man mistakenly sent ¥46.3 mil in COVID funds gambles it all away See in context

He is smart. He move all his money to a secure location and sell all his possession and asset. Then claim he gamble all the money away. So even if the government want to seize his assets as payment, he would claim he is completely broke. Whoever gain him this advice must be a lawyer. So now all he has to do is go live with relatives wait till the police get tired of watching him. The government cannot devote funds to keep tabs on him forever and he can retrieve the cash when the heat dies down. Is a pretty good plan.

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Posted in: Kim slams North Korea pandemic response; deploys army See in context

Army to distribute medicine? Sinds when did they have medicine for covid? I wouldn't be surprise if the army was send there to actually forcefully contain it at all cost.

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Posted in: U.S. military may let SDF share ammunition depots in Okinawa See in context

Only took them 50 years to be willing to share.

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Posted in: Man who mistakenly received entire town’s COVID-19 relief money vanishes See in context

I admire his guts to risk his future for such a small amount. Wait till his face is plaster all over the nation. He won't able to hide very long.

One thing is for sure. We won't ever see that cash back again. He will either spend it or give it to the people closes to him. Even if he is caught, he will never cough it up. Thinking he could still enjoy it after a few months in prison. The authorities can't really do much except that.

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Posted in: 10 dead, suspect, 18, arrested in mass shooting at Buffalo supermarket See in context

Imagine how bad things could get if one day civil war breaks out there. It would be madness.

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Posted in: World's biggest YouTuber PewDiePie moves to Japan See in context

@WA4TKG, if you had follow his story then you would know that he and his family had been trying to get in for the last 2 years with countless tries to get a visa. Guess persistence eventually worked

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Posted in: World's biggest YouTuber PewDiePie moves to Japan See in context

@mz16, the rich always do fine no matter where they are. If you got cash, you won't experience any problems.

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Posted in: N Korea reports 6 deaths, 350,000 ill after admitting COVID-19 outbreak See in context

Who cares. Clearly they don't want help. Their ally Russia and China will lend a hand. Testing missiles these few months had clearly show their stance. We shouldn't waste our breath. Plenty of other countries out there who still in urgent need of vaccines anyway.

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Posted in: N Korea fires 3 ballistic missiles toward sea See in context

Just let him shoot all he want. Is just ending up in the sea anyway. Waste of money if you ask me. But is not like the rest of the world doesn't conduct test and drills too. As long it doesn't end up on our soil, is not really our business to care what he does with his rockets.

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Posted in: Woman arrested for leaving newborn baby in hotel room’s toilet bowl See in context

The thing that amaze me the most is how easy it is for them to just give birth in the toilet without even going to the hospital. I saw my wife gave birth at the hospital before. Is not a pretty sight. This woman should go see a doctor at least.

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Posted in: Nintendo's profit dips slightly as Switch console sales slow See in context

I am not surprise. As the world open up, people has to return back to work or enjoy outside activity more. There is no way these gaming companies and even streaming services are keep going to get more profts year after year. That is reality

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Posted in: Japan FY2021 long-term debt hits new high above ¥1,000 tril See in context

Most seniors prefer to use their pension and life savings to buy these bonds and slowly take interest out of it to live their remaining years. Which is not a bad idea. At this point i think the government just hope these seniors pass away at one point and hope these debt get forgotten.

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Posted in: Bitcoin falls below $30,000, lowest since July 2021 See in context

I rather buy gold than waste real hard earned money to buy digital currency.

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Posted in: Driver hits 78-year-old man; then takes him home where he later dies See in context

I can relate. This happen years ago, but a relative and i were driving and also hit someone on the side of the car. The old man fell down. We wanted to bring him to a hospital but the man refuse and said he was fine. He didn't had any scratches and just wanted to go home. So we didn't do anything except leave him our number and let him go on his way.

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Posted in: As Putin marks Victory Day, his troops make little gains in Ukraine See in context

People say Russia is losing but i think if it comes to attrition, Ukraine will lose first. There is no way the EU and US can keep pumping money, food, supplies and weapons into Ukraine. And take care of millions of refugees while still keeping the economy afloat.

Russia has the advantage because they still have their fleet, ports, oil and gas. While EU might not buy from them, they can always sell to others. By the time time winter arrive, i don't think Ukraine would able to keep this momentum up.

I can already see just how high prices are gonna go half a year from now.

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Posted in: Companies envision taxis flying above jammed traffic See in context

As if there aren't enough accidents on the road already. Now we want to have accidents in the sky too.

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