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Posted in: New U.S. envoy Rahm Emanuel arrives in Japan See in context

Wow Japan just received a do nothing worthless ambassador. The position would have been better off not being filled this guy is a crook!

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Posted in: 20,830 suicides reported in Japan in 2021 See in context

Mental illness is real these numbers will only rise considering there is very little help for many. With Covid unemployment people have lost their way. The only way things will get better in the future is having more support for people and recognizing mental illness is everyone’s problem not just the individual dealing with it.

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Posted in: China mulls in-person event to mark normalization of ties with Japan See in context

Any association with China is a NO NO they can not be TRUSTED. If china wants to associate with ANYONE you need to stop and ask this question? WHAT IS IT THAT china WANTS IN RETURN!!!

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Posted in: Postponed Grammys move to Las Vegas See in context

LOL who cares music is not that great these days! It's a bunch of ear noise.

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Posted in: Osaka, Kyoto, Hyogo prefectures seek COVID quasi-emergency See in context

This virus is like a see-saw the numbers go up and then come down only to reverse. We get shot after shot, and a booster to get maybe another booster. I read where one scientist said it would be simply better if everyone caught it and that way we would break herd immunity. Is that the answer, I don't think so because after the scientist get a hold on to this virus it morphs to another one. Covid is here to stay, just like the common cold, the flu and every other virus you just can't kill it, but maybe control it.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 8,638 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 46,199 See in context

As I have posted many time this covid virus is not going to go away. You can't kill a virus. If man could there would not be a common cold. This covid thing is going to be the way of the world until we can control it so get use to wearing the pampers on your face. Its here to stay.

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Posted in: Postal worker arrested for dumping 7,000 undelivered mail items, including vaccination tickets See in context

He went totally postal! He quit delivering but kept getting paid

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Posted in: North Korea fires 2 suspected ballistic missiles in 4th launch this month See in context

Fire up another missile WE WANT RICE!!!

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Posted in: Pharrell Williams calls for economic equity during MLK event See in context

@snowymountainhell Did you know that Williams mother is ASIAN???? Admittedly, Williams is ‘self-made’ with a net worth of over $200 million. He has assisted and produced many ‘established’ popular artists

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Posted in: Pharrell Williams calls for economic equity during MLK event See in context

Blacks fought for civil rights and lost many lives from the beatings and racial hate that all other minorities didn't have to endure but benefit from as well. Lets not forget that and fall into what blacks make and what hispanics and other make, if you are doing this you are playing the game they want you to play, which is the blame the other race game. Civil Rights is something black people fought for and get the least out of it when it comes to monetary benefits.

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Posted in: 80-year-old man arrested for stalking 76-year-old woman See in context

Hilarious "Obata denied the charge saying, “I didn’t go into the restaurant. I was just passing by.” but i have a pocket full of Trojan horses and Vitamin V waiting for the moment she comes out of the restaurant!

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Posted in: Trial begins for parents charged with fatal abuse of 4-year-old daughter See in context

Lock Kokoro and her husband UP, why have a trial? Give them the noose now! Kokoro said her daughter had got the bruises when she fell over. I think the mother was being beaten over the head with dumbbells telling such a lie! Poor Yuki!

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Posted in: Vietnamese trainee in Japan demands apology for 2 years of abuse See in context

Bullying in school and the work place is a way of life in Japan. If this poor guy wins in court it will set a precedent for other cases to follow. My guess he will be compensated and the case will be thrown out of court because winning will change the bullying cultural way of life and it will open up many other cases for law suits which will have the courts over burdened!.

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Posted in: Vietnamese trainee in Japan demands apology for 2 years of abuse See in context

@Pukey2 " Notice USA, the west and NED aren't interested in these abuses in Japan. Probably because Japan isn't competition to USA". This is not a USA problem it a JAPAN systematic problem. Bullying is a way of life, one has to endure it at school at work and even in "Mommy Groups"!!!

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Posted in: Vietnamese trainee in Japan demands apology for 2 years of abuse See in context

Wow!!!!!! No one should have to endure such beating while trying to earn a living. Everyone involved with the "GOVERNMENT SPONSORED Program" needs to be fired and pay this guy compensation. Video footage of the abuse shows the man being hit on the head and body with a broom while working on the back of a truck, as well as being accused of failing to respond well in Japanese and punched in the body.

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Posted in: 4 found dead in car in apparent group suicide in Saitama Prefecture See in context

When you have a society were everyone is expected to be the same you will have these kind of issues. You have young kids who start life as if they are tiny bots and are mentally forced to learn how to compete against one another. Then they have to endure a system that tells them to take a national exam in order to get a good job or what is "PERCEIVED" to be a good job for life. If one does well your life is above the norm and you are considered a full robots name and job title is everything. This system contributes to Life pressure

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Posted in: Tokyo university knife attacker carried liters of flammable liquid: police See in context

Life in Japan could be good for all by getting rid of the Standardized university entrance exams. They are a waste. Common sense goes a lot further than book sense. These Standardized university entrance exams does nothing but create haves and have nots, and give the students at an early age in life that if they don't get into a good university they are a failure.

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Posted in: Village light-up See in context

Looks nice!

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Posted in: Kishida says he is committed to containing virus amid Omicron surge See in context

What a dumb title statement, what more do you expect Kashida to say "Kishida says he is committed to containing virus amid Omicron surge. Do you expect him to be non committal and do NOTHING?

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Posted in: Chinese cities battle COVID as Winter Olympics loom See in context

In the name of the game or should I say the spirit of the Olympics Omicron continues to go on!

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Posted in: North Korea fires 2 suspected ballistic missiles in 4th launch this month See in context

One day one of these missiles is going to land in the wrong place and then all hell is going to break lose!

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Posted in: Man arrested over murder of tenant in same apartment building See in context

The truth can only be told one way, but a like can be told many ways. Now that this guy says there was trouble and now he can't remember tells me he is lying!

Police said Sotoyama at first told them there had been trouble between himself and Kikuchi but later denied the charge and said he couldn’t remember what happened.

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Posted in: Former pro baseball player arrested for stealing champagne See in context

He wanted to celebrate the taste of championship one more time!

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Posted in: Father of suspect arrested over knife attack outside University of Tokyo issues public apology See in context

Perhaps the parents knew their son had a problem. The question is did they know where they could go get him some help with out being ridiculed or told there is no support groups for his type of mental illness.

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Posted in: Hayashi points to U.S. forces over COVID surge in parts of Japan See in context

The same guy who will cry wolf for help once the little guy starts lobbing bombs on the citizens. Don't bite the hand that protects you.

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Posted in: Confused by what your doctor tells you? See in context

My advice don't always take the doctors advice as accurate especially if it is a critical concern get a second opinion and get a doctor who will explain to you what is exactly going on with your body.

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Posted in: Woman arrested for keeping father’s corpse in house See in context

Everyone can post and speak their minds but you never know until you have to be in the mind of the same position as the person who did this. Yes she should have buried her dad but perhaps for some people they just lose sight of their world even though life must go on.

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Posted in: N Korea fires 2 short-range ballistic missiles in 3rd launch this month See in context

The little midget is throwing another fit. I can't have my way so I will fire off a missile to get some attention. China and Russia can sit back and watch and doing nothing but use the little turd as political leverage but having nuclear capability in the region will also effect them just as much. Most people think China and Russia are buddies but make no mistake Russia is closely watching China!!!

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Posted in: Man commits suicide after killing his 92-year-old mother See in context

@Lindsay Lets say perhaps the aging parent is getting a pension, the question is what is the surviving son or daughter doing with the pension. Is the money being used to pay for such services? Also if they are receiving a pension the question begs is the pension the parent is getting enough money to pay for in house hospice? Alot of posters are saying the son or daughters have to quit their jobs to care for their parents, I agree this could be the case but I am sure there is a number of people who parents get pensions and that money can be used to pay for perhaps home care. Just my thought?

With the amount of pension, health insurance and city taxes people pay throughout their whole working life you have to wonder why there is so little (affordable) support when it comes to aged care. I’ve known many people in their 40’s, 50’s and 60’s who have had to stop working to become full time caters of their ailing parents.

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