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Posted in: 24-year-old man arrested for abusing one-year-old daughter, breaking her leg See in context

The welfare system left the child down.

Action should have been taken at the first instance of child abuse.

This idiot should never leave the jail to abuse other kids.

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Posted in: 2 men face murder charges over burned bodies found in Tochigi See in context

Here are more details.

Noticed that the son-in-law has a lot of tattoos on the arms.

https://www.asahi.com/ajw/articles/15272395

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Posted in: Man arrested for putting girlfriend’s 3-year-old daughter in washing machine See in context

Being drunk or not, where do these people learn about such stupidity?

Put him behind bars for a very long time.

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Posted in: Ex-college employee gets 23 years for raping drugged students See in context

Disgraceful.

One should never take advantage of others.

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Posted in: Do you believe China will try to retake Taiwan by force one day? See in context

China does not need to do anything.

After the fighting I saw last week in the chambers in Taiwan, which is a common occurrence, Taiwan will take itself down. No help needed.

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Posted in: Do you think there should be permanent host cities for both the summer and winter Olympics? See in context

Olympics have so expensive for the host nations an idea to have permanent host nations is more acceptable.

The countries chosen must already have the stadiums and infrastructure.

Countries participating, should all pay an 'entrance fee' for each Olympics to help the host country with the costs.

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Posted in: Premier League clubs to discuss proposal to scrap use of video review See in context

VAR should be scrapped and instead let the Ref decide.

The Referee can go up to the monitor and review the incidence like in the USA NFL.

There is not a need for about another 3 people to get it wrong.

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Posted in: Woman arrested after bodies of 2 infants found in cardboard box in Nagoya apartment See in context

Adult entertainment / porn not using condoms results in the deaths of innocents.

Some countries have regulations for this and maybe Japan should do the same.

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Posted in: Japan, U.S., EU to beef up countermeasures against counterfeit trade See in context

Temu does not sell counterfeit products.

They do sell similar products not exactly the same which is not illegal.

There are smaller companies' world over that do make same counterfeit products.

I have seen some watches that are lookalike to Rolexes on Craigslist, and I was wondering who was producing them.

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Posted in: Teleworking in Japan falls after COVID; hybrid working on rise See in context

I have worked hybrid for many years, long before Covid.

I do want the face-to-face interactions with co-workers as it is more productive and efficient.

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Posted in: We all want self-respect – and keeping that in mind might be the missing ingredient when you try to change someone’s mind See in context

You should never ty and change someone's beliefs to yours because your beliefs may not be correct or right.

Accept others' views and be happy to state your beliefs.

Live and Let Live.

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Posted in: New Tokyo restaurant charges higher prices to foreign tourists than Japanese locals See in context

Higher fees are something I have paid as a tourist in a number of countries and now a restaurant is charging higher prices for tourists.

I am not a buffet type eater as I do not eat so much.

Good luck to invite Japanese dines with lower prices.

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Posted in: Barrier at popular vantage point for viewing Mount Fuji going up See in context

The Dentist across the street should charge whoever enter his office space Office visit.

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Posted in: Man suspected of ordering Tochigi killings held; total arrests 6 See in context

Son-in-law trying to take over the businesses by foul means.

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Posted in: Man suspected of ordering Tochigi killings held; total arrests 6 See in context

Not what I had thought before, good work by the police.

RIP the couple and the others get long jail times.

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Posted in: Ode to joy: How Austria shaped Beethoven's Ninth See in context

It's my favorite Symphony and enjoy listening to it, even alone.

Ravel's Bolero is another one that never gets old for me.

I like all kinds of music.

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Posted in: Starbucks founder Schultz says company needs to refocus on coffee as sales struggle See in context

In USA, McDonalds coffee is as good as Starbucks at a fraction of the price.

China has many coffee companies again selling coffee much cheaper than Starbucks.

I think game is over for Starbucks.

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Posted in: Do you think it will be possible for governments to effectively regulate the emerging technological risks from artificial intelligence (AI)? See in context

First you have to state the risks than just talk.

Too early to decide now.

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Posted in: Japan, India reject Biden's comments describing them as xenophobic countries See in context

The Truth is OUT now which the foreigners in Japan knew already.

Just ask Biden without the teleprompter.

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Posted in: Brazil's Lula invites Kishida to eat his country's beef See in context

I have not had Brazilian beef but Argentation beef while in Argentina and it was so good that it melted in mouth like butter.

Don't understand why 80% is American which is not really good.

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Posted in: Men with high academic credentials: Very little seems to go right for them See in context

Related to this, anyone who has not seen this movie, a true story "A Beautiful Mind".

A Brilliant Mathematician, John Nash.

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Posted in: Men with high academic credentials: Very little seems to go right for them See in context

It is a fact that people who are highly brainy, very smart have few friends and are mostly lonely.

The reason being that they think so fast and quicker than 'normal' people that they find it difficult to communicate with 'normal' people who do not think at the same level.

Sadly, life can be lonely if you are very bright, highly intellectual.

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Posted in: Elementary school teacher arrested for hugging young boy See in context

Many years ago while coaching soccer, we would put an arm around the boys / girls shoulders if they were playing badly and give encouragement.

Soon after, in USA, it was considered an indecent act and we coaches could no longer 'hug' the players to give praise or encouragement.

You may have noticed that American coaches usually have their arms crossed against their chest and arms lie there!

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Posted in: How U.S. allies are preparing for a possible second Trump term See in context

With all his faults, I am voting for Trump.

I am a Democrat, but Biden does not represent the majority of the residents of USA with his acts but the Elitists.

He has continued to tax the very low Social Security that seniors get to pay for his $95 billion wars giving money like confetti while seniors are struggling. Seniors have difficulty living on the social security even without Biden taking some away. Biden is a liar and past due.

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Posted in: 20-year-old woman arrested for stabbing husband in Sapporo See in context

At least she got the excuse right at a young age! lol

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Posted in: Mother arrested for attempted murder after stabbing 6-year-old daughter See in context

Don't know what happened between the woman and the father of the child but please leave the children alone in any domestic matters.

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Posted in: Japan eyes cashless tax refunds to stem illicit resale by tourists See in context

Limit the number of purchases if that is a concern.

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Posted in: Japanese 'sugar baby' gets 9 years for scamming men out of ¥155 mil See in context

Must be the first woman to spend time in prison for defrauding men!

Happens all the time.

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Posted in: Japan's anti-monopoly body orders Google to fix ad search limits affecting Yahoo See in context

Who uses search engines now in the day of AI?

Total waste of time to search though pages of links to find what you are looking for.

Just use like Microsoft's Copilot or OpenAI and you get you answer right away.

Seach engines are morbid now.

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Posted in: Bloodstains found in car of man held over 2 burnt bodies in Tochigi See in context

Gangster killings probably over 'protection' money.

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