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Posted in: 4K, 8K ultra-high-definition broadcasting begins in Japan See in context

Damn, 4k/8k resolutions now!! Those documentaries and cooking shows on Japanese TV was awesome. They were so relaxing, I could watch them all day.

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Posted in: Lower house passes bill allowing casinos to open See in context

Why allow gambling now when pachinko parlors have literally been around for decades? This is already gambling. It seems like Japan wants to lure money from other countries. I could easily see a casino in the middle of Shinjuku.

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Posted in: Fatally abused 5-year-old girl wrote notes pleading with her mother, stepfather to stop beating her See in context

Seriously what is wrong with these people. "In one of the notes found by police, Yua wrote: "I will do better tomorrow than today. Please forgive me." In another, she wrote she was sorry for playing and wouldn't do it again." :( :( :(

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Posted in: Keeping up with Kardashians See in context

No one cares about any of these people. If they receive any attention it'll be all negative attention.

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Posted in: Australia recalls 2.3 million vehicles over Takata airbag problems See in context

These companies want to sue and recall takata about these airbags when you know for a fact that they knew about this defect. They probably got the airbags at a discount knowing they had this problem.

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Posted in: Window falls from U.S. Marine Corps helicopter onto school grounds in Okinawa See in context

"A 10-year-old boy suffered a minor injury after being hit by small stones that were blown by the wind." This is just some petty crap right here.

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Posted in: 9 dismembered bodies found in Kanagawa apartment See in context

"The apartment is located near the U.S. Army's Camp Zama."' What is this suppose to mean? This is somehow a reference that this event is related to the Army base?

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Posted in: Nissan says it kept using uncertified staff after revealing misconduct See in context

I can guarantee that they didn't want to pay certified safety qualified personnel because if the costs to make their numbers look better.

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Posted in: Stars react to movie mogul Harvey Weinstein's ouster See in context

Everyone supposedly knew the character of this guy. Some probably even knew what he did. They should be thrown in jail along with this guy.

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Posted in: Japan protests after N Korea fires missile over Hokkaido See in context

I'm waiting for these guys to miscalculate one day and then they will know that they are the ones who messed up.

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Posted in: Bieber not welcome in China over past 'bad behavior' See in context

China is hating on Bieber. Just let him in already.

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Posted in: Trump's claim Akie Abe wife cannot speak English generates buzz See in context

She said she doesn't speak English so she doesn't have to talk to President Trump. I would do the same thing also. Oh and why does post make it almost sound like that it's almost a requirement for her to know English?

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Posted in: Roppongi's 'kebab war' leads to arrest under little-used statute See in context

"the arrest of the two under the public morals act for aggressive customer soliciting appears to be the first time the law was ever invoked for such a purpose." They should use this for all the other idiots in Roppongi that try to get you to go to their club promising fantasies. I literally saw sometime get stabbed with a broken beer bottle because of this grabbing.

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Posted in: Trump revealed classified info to Lavrov at White House: officials See in context

I don't understand the problem here. The president has overall declassification authority to release any information he sees fit. Plus in this article it said that he didn't release anything that wasn't already known to the public. So why is the point of this entire article and what is everyone making such a big fuss over?

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Posted in: Researcher finds 'kill switch' for cyberattack ransomeware See in context

What's not mentioned in these articles in that this particular ransom ware also targets any drives connected to the computer encrypting everything. It could potentially effect backups, it just depends where you have them.

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Posted in: N Korea may be capable of sarin-loaded missile attack: Abe See in context

Does the media think we're stupid? Sarin was just mentioned as the method of attack in Syria recently and is mentioned previously from the train attacks in Japan but it was never ever mentioned at all in connection with North Korea. Why push this agenda? Just heard in the US that warships are being positioned off the coast of North Korea just in case they do another nuclear test so seriously which news should we follow more?

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Posted in: Man jumps off platform; breaks through train driver's cabin window See in context

This poor train operator will be scarred for life because of someone's half thought selfishness. I'm not sure if there's an outlet for therapy. Either way his job will never be the same. For the guy who tried to commit suicide i'm sure he's going to wish he were dead with all the fines and compensation be will have to pay both to the driver and to the train company. He will most certainly go to jail for this actions.

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Posted in: 2 men arrested for shooting girl with air gun from car See in context

"girl suffered injuries to her buttocks" there's seriously something wrong with those guys.

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Posted in: American man arrested for smuggling marijuana in candy See in context

There's no FDA like there is in Japan. I stayed away from all the drugs stores in Japan because their cough medicines contained codine and they would sell other medications that you would illegal to sell in the US over the counter that is much more harmful than marijuana.

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Posted in: Sagawa employee caught on YouTube throwing, kicking parcels See in context

Full time employment itself is hard to come by in Japan especially for jobs like these. He probably has been working in this type of job for a while now. Working in all kinds of weather sucks but taking it out on other people's items is wrong.

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Posted in: Sony deletes tweets on Britney Spears's death; blames hackers See in context

I would be surprised if she's the next one to go in accidental deaths.

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Posted in: Food poisoning closes restaurant in luxury Bvlgari building in Ginza See in context

Norovirus is not exactly food poisoning, it's more like people just didn't wash their hands however it can be airborne. When it becomes airborne it can no longer be classified as food poisoning. In the case of 49 people being infected this is probably what happened.

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Posted in: Chiba dentist arrested for assaulting taxi driver after refusing to pay fare See in context

1,800 yen fare!!! That's it. Obviously he wasn't going very far. In his position he will never see jail. He will simply have to give a formal apology and probably pay a fine.

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Posted in: Man arrested after showing up at police station with woman's body in his car See in context

How is this abandonment? The body was in the trunk of his car! Abandonment would be taking it out, putting it in front of the police station and driving off.

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Posted in: Clinton, Trump warn of dire consequences if rival wins See in context

I'm still waiting for the one time in history that someone wins from the write in ballot. Cough cough *bernie

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Posted in: Espresso yourself! Japan perks up to 'sexy' coffee See in context

After living in Japan for a while I would have to say i'd rather take a can of coffee from a vending machine before I would drink any of this crap coffee Dunkin Donuts and Starbucks is serving. There have been many days that I went out of my way just to go to the coffee shops to enjoy all the wonderful desserts and food they had there. If these places would open up in the US with the same exact quality they would put a lot of places out of business. I'm still not entirely sure how coffee tasted the same no matter where I went in Japan. If coffee is a lost art anywhere in world, Japan has found it and made it better.

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Posted in: Woman arrested for killing landlord See in context

I like how articles on here are always written with "suspected." That girl should have been shot on sight for what she did. She probably still had the weapons in her hand when police arrived.

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Posted in: 2 men arrested for abandoning corpse in mountains of Ehime See in context

In other countries abandoning a corpse is called a suspected murder. Why use these choice of words rather than call it what it actually is? You can't just abandoning a corpse of a "acquaintance" and not have the suspicion that something had actually occurred.

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Posted in: Osaka sushi chain apologizes for using too much wasabi in foreign customers' orders See in context

I don't see a problem with this at all. I enjoy wasabi just as much as the next person. The only thing I don't enjoy is the extra large heaping amount that is usually underneath ebi. Of all the sushi that's the one I usually watch out for. It is true that they don't expect it to already be included in the majority of the sushi perhaps that's why they ask for it beforehand and think that Japanese chefs would accommodate them every single time.

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Posted in: Samsung tells consumers to stop using Galaxy Note 7 See in context

I'd rather take a burning Samsung than a crappy iPhone.

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