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Johny Shaftman comments

Posted in: New Zealand snowboarder killed by avalanche in Hokkaido See in context

He operates an outdoor extreme business. This wouldn't of happened if Japanese police this going off course looking for the fresh powder snow thrill and fine people doing it or taking their license away, they do this every season. People pay the operators to give them the thrill which means people's lives are in their hands, it's lucky the whole five didn't die. Families would have every right to sue the outdoor adventure company and Niseko for allowing this to happen if someone else other than the instructor got killed.

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Posted in: New Zealand snowboarder killed by avalanche in Hokkaido See in context

They do this every season. Go off course and have the rescue save/find them when they get lost. No sympathy for those who have no regard for rules.

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Posted in: Parents sue hospital over death of 2-year-old son following surgery See in context

Typical here when doctors and other professionals graduate uni because of rich parents and not because they achieved the acquired academical marks.

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Posted in: NHK reporter arrested for alleged sexual assault in Yamagata See in context

@lucabrasi, there is no doubt they have this guy, they have truckloads on him for it to get this far in the news, also companies execs won't bow on a maybe.

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Posted in: Woman fatally stabbed in car; ex-husband found hanged at home See in context

Again, the ol "if I can't have you no one will" mental "snap" has ended in tragedy. Wish I had a dollar for every time this has happened here. The reason the male commits suicide is because after the mental snap where they leave the normal thinking logical world, he comes back to reality of what he has done and is in shock. It's a textbook mental weakness flaw many here possess. Yes, I know it happens everywhere but on a per/capita basis....now you know the rest of the story.

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Posted in: Missing taxi with 93-year-old passenger found after 27 hours See in context

It's bad enough having 70yr old driving on the street, so how is it possible there is no legislation the forbid 70yrs or over to have a taxi license? Taxi drivers are responsible for peoples lives.

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