James Stowe comments

Posted in: U.S. State Department OKs possible $23 bil sale of F-35s to Japan See in context

Just develop home grown nukes like North Korea.

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Posted in: Man abandons mother’s body in apartment; tries to get money from her bank account See in context

Other problems aside - if his mother died - isn't it his money anyway? So technically I doubt it would qualify as fraud...

Inheritance tax needs paying.

Pension may have been paid after death, that's fraud.

There may be other siblings.

She might have left her estate to someone else.

Debts to pay...

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Posted in: Nissan executives face angry shareholders See in context

Nissan cars in Europe aren't reliable at all, it's a shame. You can only choose Renault engines, it's s mistake. They main point to buy a Japanese car is reliability.

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Posted in: 4-year-old girl falls to her death from 6th-floor apartment See in context

Neglectful parents. They must know it could happen, but not care.

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Posted in: Naomi Osaka called racist after posting meme in response to COVID-19 cases See in context

Not sure it's worth sacrificing sponsor money Miami...

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Posted in: Gov't seeks more inclusion in education for foreign children in Japan See in context

Who are they children of? Are presume they are mixed white and Japanese?

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Posted in: U.S. demanded Japan pay $8 bil annually for troops: Bolton See in context

I don't think they would be there if Japan actually had a choice.

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Posted in: Automakers see untapped market as Japanese 'paper drivers' ease onto roads See in context

Just make it mandatory to have collision systems built into new cars, such as autobreaking.

Cars can have black boxes too that record all the parameters and this can be used if there's been an accident.

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Posted in: Call to cancel Tokyo Olympics becomes issue in race for Tokyo governor See in context

Isn't it the IOC that has to cancel it, otherwise liability would lie with Japan for compensation to sponsors?

It's such a shame though, because you can see they made a huge effort with infrastructure. Would have been a great games.

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Posted in: Gov't to promote staggered holidays to curb congestion, virus spread See in context

Will this anger the US? and how will Japan defend itself?

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Posted in: 'Spider-Man,' 'Gran Turismo' among games for new PS5, Sony says See in context

Will the new Xbox and PS5 be made in China?

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Posted in: Son arrested over murder of mother in Aomori home See in context

Do you think it's more likely that this happens when it's an only child?

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Posted in: Japan lifts state of emergency for Tokyo, 4 other prefectures See in context

When will they open up travel to Japan for foreigners?

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Posted in: Mitsubishi Aircraft closing overseas locations, cutting jobs See in context

Comac C919 will be flying soon.

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Posted in: Tokyo stocks drop on concerns about U.S.-China tensions See in context

America "needs" Chinese money.

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Posted in: Japan braces for worst postwar economic slump See in context

No one is going to shift away from China, pandoras box has been opened. Nothing except nuclear war can stop the Chinese from dominance.

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Posted in: 2 men arrested over fatal hit-and-run See in context

The lack of sidewalks is a serious problem. You can't trust drivers.

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Posted in: Mother accused of drowning 11-month-old daughter in bathtub to undergo psychiatric test See in context

This kind of crime seems common in Japan.

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Posted in: Japan to introduce online system for reporting coronavirus See in context

You think Japan has problems?

We're on 27,000+ deaths in the UK.

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Posted in: 18-year-old woman arrested over death of 9-month-old son See in context

I don't understand how some women think. Can't you just put the baby in it's cot and go outside and scream. Why can't they take a step back? You don't need to kill the child just because it's difficult. It's not going to die of you left it to cry.

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Posted in: Abe to declare state of emergency for Tokyo, 6 prefectures See in context

Hope gaijin have some money saved for a rainy day.

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Posted in: Abe says schools to reopen after spring break; remains cautious about big events See in context

Japan does seem to be doing ok. People in the UK have turned into animals quite quickly looking at the news reports.

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Posted in: Mother, 2-year-old son killed in head-on collision between car and tanker See in context

Was it a kei car?

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Posted in: Japan finds 15 clusters of coronavirus-infected people See in context

Why isn't the Japanese death rate higher?

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Posted in: Japan to expand anti-online piracy law to encompass manga, magazines See in context

Are manga publishers losing money?

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Posted in: Kobe woman, Nagoya Sagawa delivery man, JAL cabin attendant test positive for virus See in context

Why is the death rate so low in Japan compared to say Italy?

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Posted in: Parents arrested over fatal abuse of 4-year-old daughter in 2017 See in context

You know it's highly likely both parents were abused in a similar fashion.

Still I don't want them living next door to me. Maybe best to just put them to sleep.

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Posted in: Confirmed coronavirus patient in Aichi told to go home, goes bar hopping instead See in context

The isolation approach only works in China I guess.

Certainly won't work in the West.

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Posted in: Woman arrested for dumping newborn baby’s corpse in drugstore toilet See in context

Japanese culture of shame, it's no good.

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Posted in: Woman arrested for dumping newborn baby’s corpse in drugstore toilet See in context

That's sick! Who does that?

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