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Posted in: Japan’s biggest curry chain now offers a true vegetarian curry See in context

I should clarify shonanbb's comment to "Most Hindus choose not to eat beef curry; however, beef curries are a favorite dish of the rest of the Indian population".

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Posted in: McDonald's Japan wonders where its customers went See in context

McDonalds and Coca Cola appear to be two of the absolute worst foods bestowed on the world by the US. We need to shut these down like cigarette smoking.

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Posted in: Nuclear regulator says there will be no repeat of Fukushima under new safety rules See in context

Only until we have an accident deemed not credible and low probability by the regulators; and there are many of these!!

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Posted in: Former U.S. POWs, Koreans seek conditions for Abe's address to Congress See in context

And has the US ever apologized for the immense humanitarian loss and devastation from the bombings of Hiroshima, Nagasaki, Dresden, and the like? The past is past; let's focus on the present aggressors instead.

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Posted in: Woman killed after husband backs car into her while parking See in context

Clearly, backing in initially is preferable to having to back out later based on visual familiarity with the parking spot, greater manuveribility of the car because the front steering wheels are not restricted by other parked cars on either side, and lastly if one has to back out the driver is essentially blind until half the car has emerged from the parking spot. Try it yourself and see!!

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Posted in: Record number of teachers disciplined for corporal punishment See in context

I wonder how many schools were surveyed? Having this number will give an idea of how widespread this practice is of student abuse and mutilation. Sounds very 3rd. World and unbecoming of Japan.

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Posted in: S Korean prosecutors to arrest ex-Korean Air exec over 'nut rage' See in context

Once the aircraft doors are closed the Chief Pilot is designated the supreme authority on the aircraft. The pilot should also be investigated for bowing to frivilous demands of a passenger. Instead the passenger should have been thrown off when the aircraft returned to the gate for unrly behavior. This pilot is unfit to command an aircraft.

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Posted in: What do you think of airline food? Has it improved much over the past few years? See in context

Having read the recent JapanToday article on how JAL prepares their flight food, one is impressed by JAL's high quality standards in that JAL does not permit foods to be served 24 hours after it has been prepared; one is also reminded that food is prepared, cooled, and then reheated prior to serving - quite an undertaking, we call those dishes left-overs at home!!

I just wonder if other airlines like UAL have any quality standards, or are they too embarassed to reveal how they manipulate the food?

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Posted in: Man arrested after rice cooker found plugged into neighbor’s home See in context

I would have eaten the rice and left a thank you note!

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Posted in: World chefs: Gaggan Anand's progressive Indian cuisine See in context

Today the youth and their following seem to have lost their taste for classic aromas and flavours, regardless of what food they are eating. The criterion for determining if something is good seems to be based on the strange concoctions, blends, and fusions that are so proudly stirred-up by the chef. Thank you, I will stick to the true classic tastes and aromas that do not rely on my imagination!

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Posted in: Ready to fly again See in context

Tut,tut; bad decision not supported by the facts which grounded the plane in the first place. With the root-cause still unknown and unresolved, the fixes just mask the original problem. Within two years this decision will be regeted!!

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Posted in: Customers’ behavior changing sushi culture in Japan See in context

What stupid customers, what they don't realize is that the sushi chef just pulls it off the conveyor belt for them and makes it look freshly prepared with an extra dollop of fresh spit!!

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Posted in: U.S. says it is taking necessary precautions on N Korea See in context

Any strike by N. Korea will result a reaction that reduces them to an agricultural community for the next 50 years!

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Posted in: ANA keeps Boeing 787 in June schedule for now See in context

I hope they don't mean June 2013? Shooting for June 2015 would have made more sense based on the complications involved.

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Posted in: Japanese-style squat toilets: A surprising way to stay healthy See in context

Used to be the standard feature in India too; at home, in schools, railway cars, public buildings, etc., but like in Japan the new generation feel it's pre-historic. Let's hope there will be a comeback.

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Posted in: Nuclear reactor makers must share accident costs: Greenpeace See in context

This is the first Intelligent and rational statement coming out of Greenpeace in 30 years.

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Posted in: Girly noodles: Is Japan witnessing start of a female-oriented instant noodle revolution? See in context

I generally keep off these instant noodles because they are loaded with preservatives, msg, and GMO products. Can anyone reccomend some healthy noodles?

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Posted in: ANA, JAL switched many Dreamliner batteries See in context

Boeing claims the batteries were replaced as part of maintenance and therefore this is not a safety issue. What infantile statement; maintainence itself is performed to try to preclude failures in order to prevent in-flight safety consequences.

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Posted in: Gov't orders inspection of aging expressway tunnels after 9 die in cave-in See in context

Looks somewhat similar to the brand new Boston big dig tunnel which collapsed in 2006 bringing down a 3000kg concrete roof panel on a car, killing the passenger and injuring the driver. Poor engineering of the panel support structure was the cause. Tunnel was closed for over a year for inspections and modifications.

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Posted in: Kellogg wants China to wake up to its cereal See in context

Along with American invented soft drinks, fast food, and now cereals, this spells the doom of the Chinese culture and mentality.

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Posted in: Japan embassy, businesses shut as more protests erupt in China See in context

Just hand over the islands.

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Posted in: Man explains why he pulled knife on teenagers for littering See in context

He should have forced them at knifepoint to pick-up and discard their rubbish.

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Posted in: Airlines Qantas and Virgin Australia are under fire for their policy of moving men from seats next to unaccompanied children, causing humiliation to the passengers being moved. The airlines say the po See in context

This is absolute nonesense. The clear implication is that any man sitting next to a child has to be a child molester. And how are they treating those potential women molesters?? I agree with the earlier comment, if the parents are so concerned, they should accompany their children.

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Posted in: U.S. destroyer collides with Japanese-owned tanker at entrance to Gulf See in context

With all the sophistaced intellegence of the US navy, one can only wonder how this can happen?? Obviously it was weekend party time on the US destroyer with no one in control!!

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Posted in: Brussels public transport halted after controller beaten to death See in context

Seems like more and more people are playing out their video games in real life. If you don't like something or someone, just eliminate them. It's all a game after all!!

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Posted in: Colonoscopy cuts colon cancer death risk See in context

What they don't tell you is that polyps come and go. What is detected one day may not be there a month down the road. This is part of the self-healing process of the body. The body is a magnificent machine for clensing itself of this and many other ailments - just give it time. The invasive colonoscopy procedure is just not worth the risks.

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Posted in: How should airlines handle obese passengers? See in context

Always insist that the arm rest is placed down, this way one at least has some protection. I was on a flight and the first thing the obese person sitting next to me did was to raise the arm rest, I grabbed it and said "THIS STAYS DOWN", The flight attendant was passing by and nodded approval of my action.

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Posted in: Washing machine with built-in dryer See in context

LG brought out a similar machine about three years back in the USA. The dryer was totally ineffective, the clothes came out "strangled" and damp, and we still had to use our old dryer and nothing we did would get the wrinkles out. We returned it to LG based on false performance claims.

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Posted in: Debunked atomic bomb book selling on Amazon See in context

This book is pure fiction. The book not only lacks logical thought flow, but there are frequent lapses in event progression. In addition, it becomes clear that the author has his very own ideas about nuclear physics, radiation, and science, all of which amount to sheer bunk. Clearly he is a believer of sensationalism, and he uses this to represent fact. Thank goodness I did not spend good money on the book and was able to get it from my local library.

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