John doe comments

Posted in: 5-year-old boy dies after being left unattended in school bus for hours See in context

sad. the driver must of just looked down the bus instead of walking down before getting off. during summer you would think that the driver would check.

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Posted in: Suga says no link between Olympics and virus surge See in context

the surge came from the governments incompetence.

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Posted in: U.S. urges Japan to pay more for hosting American troops See in context

japan should ally more with south korea. Japan doesnt need more USA bases and what not.

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Posted in: Teacher arrested for requesting young girl send naked selfies See in context

as teacher i see a lot of other teachers, japanese and foreign.

Some of them take advantage of their position to help students, some to help themselves.

its really sad and disturbing.

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Posted in: Mother arrested after 1-year-old daughter, left in car, dies of heatstroke See in context

just let the mother sit in hot car for a few hours.

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Posted in: China says WHO plan to audit labs in COVID origins probe 'arrogant' See in context

China and america are as bad as each other, they are basically playing a blame game.

there is a lab of virology in Wuhan,

the place where it all began.

china said it was from the wet markets.

America was funding research of coronaviruses in the same lab in Wuhan.

so the scientists were working on a virus like covid 19, but they say that it couldnt of came from the lab that they were researching. yeah sure

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Posted in: WHO leader says virus risk inevitable at Tokyo Olympics See in context

Of course he would say that.

man the problem with humanity is that we cant seem to stop continuing the status-quo even during a pandemic.

i dont know you but, i would i take it as a sign to change the direction that humanity is taking.

wether it was made in a lab or not, mother nature is trying to tell us something.

and that something is to freaking stop destroying the world

nature controls populations with viruses.

sad but true

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Posted in: Cabled up See in context

cyberpunk

japan has a lot of earthquakes and its expensive to put lines underground and maintain. wires are still better than wireless at current technology so we have to just enjoy the cyberpunkian aesthetic

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Posted in: Internet misinformation fans COVID vaccine hesitancy among Japanese young people See in context

if you get covid is that not worse than getting a vaccine?

we dont know the long terms effects of getting covid.

i think people should be more concerned about the effects of covid rather than a vaccine made to control it.

if you compare the virus to anything else that potentially kills people, more people die from eating junk food or driving cars than all this.

but people dont go around fearing side effects of eating a burger or driving.

the benifit of a vaccine outweights the risks of getting the virus.

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Posted in: Tokyo hotel criticized for 'Japanese only' notice for elevator use See in context

they could of just put sign asking if you are big smell gaijin then take this elevator, or if you are one of us then take that one. whats the confusion?

sarcasm btw

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Posted in: Osaka police ask public for help on girl missing for 18 years See in context

If she was my daughter, I would never give up. However, best case scenario is she is adult now living. Worst case....dead.

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Posted in: 29-year-old Tokyo man arrested after letting schoolgirl live with him See in context

If it was a 29 year old lady that let a schoolgirl stay with them would the police arrest her?

This story is just click bait, more bs.

Not all men are child molesters. Maybe the parents were the molesters? Don't know.

Maybe the man is a creep? Don't know.

Maybe the girl is just being normal teenager?

Don't know.

We can't assume things.

In a different time different place maybe this man would be seen as a hero?

Maybe only in the movies.

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Posted in: Biden urges G7 leaders to call out and compete with China See in context

In China's eyes they are the victim. Everyone and every country has a good story to explain their actions. Some call this excuses, some call it lies, some call it the truth. But whatever is it, don't believe everything in the news.

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Posted in: Man donates ¥60 mil in cash to city in Kanagawa See in context

City office: hey guys we just got a donation of 60million yen from some person!

Also city office: what's our city mascot? I have an idea...

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Posted in: Suga says Japan aiming for 1 mil COVID-19 vaccine shots daily See in context

I love Japan but my god it needs a real government not this make Japan great again generation of politicians.

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Posted in: Head of Tokyo Olympics again says Games will not be canceled See in context

So at this point we will just be watching sick people trying to recover from Covid as the competitive games?

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Posted in: China tops agenda as Biden hosts Suga for first White House summit See in context

Whenever Japan in trouble, gov run to America for help. It's like a codependent relationship, gov gets kicked in the balls but they keep coming back for more.

I wonder what Japan will be like when all the out of date people die off.

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Posted in: Japan's neighbors react strongly to Fukushima water release decision See in context

Build a nuclear reactor by the sea they said. It's will be great they said.

Government shouldn't interfere with science. Scientists get paid by the government so they have to bow down to them even if they warm of the dangers. Money is what matters in this age, not intelligence or the pursue of knowledge and wisdom.

We wouldn't even have this problem if priorities were in correct order as a species. Home-sapien is still just an ape with clothes.

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Posted in: Hyogo Prefecture to give 320,000 fans to restaurants for customers to cover mouths, dine 'safely' See in context

Ah Japan. The land of opportunity and adventure.

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Posted in: Int'l school teachers in Japan exempted from entry ban See in context

PR is not the same as having a Japanese passport, which foreigners can get if they give up their native country passport. PR just means you don't have to update your visa every year. That's it.

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Posted in: 'The Simpsons' ends white actors voicing characters of color See in context

And how about Bart and Lisa, both voiced by a grow adult woman. Is that ageist? Should they be voiced by real children being boy and girl respectively? Or how about homer? Should he be voiced by a real over weight retard? Or how about Flanders? Should he be voiced by a real flander? Darth Vader was voiced by a black man, but we all know anakin Skywalker is white!

That's like sooooooo racist dude! Call the cops. Go to prison don't pass go and no television.

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Posted in: Japan looking at steps against cyber-bullying after death of 'Terrace House' cast member See in context

Nothing will change unless that change makes the gov money.

When profit is the name of the game, if you don't make money, you don't matter. If ratings fall because of cyberbullying, bullying people into stopping it is the same thing.

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Posted in: 'Terrace House' star Kimura likely took her own life using toxic gas See in context

Look up Jenny Jones trial.

If you remember the 90s talk show where the show brought on a guy and girl. The guy was gay and he wanted to express is feelings for his neighbour. When the neighbor came on the show he taught he was getting set up with girl. Little did he know that the show planned on surprising him with the fact the a gay guy liked him and asked him was he gay. Where he said he wasn't. He was so embarrassed that 3 days later he took a shotgun to that gay guys house and killed him. Jenny Jones and the producer's went to trial.

Terrance House should be brought to trial. I don't like that show. They edited things for entertainment and then talk about everyone behind their back as if it's totally okay an normal. If you think about it's so sick what that show does.

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Posted in: 'Terrace House' star Kimura likely took her own life using toxic gas See in context

She planned this. She took the time to buy the gas and write the letters. It is obvious that she was tired and wanted to rest and because she was depressed she wanted everything to just stop. Its hard for many young famous people to cope with being in the spotlight. Self esteem from the opinion of others is what this is, and its the norm in Japan. Being ostracized from a group or feeling like that, is like hell for many Japanese people that rely on the opinion of others will make you lose sense of self.

Trolling is bullying, and getting caught up in it doesn't do well for someone who is depressed. Kimura was obviously feeling embarrassed by her behavior on the show and after the feedback from the social media was just trolls, that pushed her over the edge. The problem is not cyberbullying, the problem is a society that if you show how you feel, you are condemned. She was brave not weak. But she didn't have to kill herself to prove a point. The branch that is the most ridgid will snap. Being depressed makes you feel like there is not way out but to die. Its sad.

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