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Posted in: 'Star Wars' toys discovered in bin bags net £400,000 for UK couple See in context

One mans junk is another mans treasure

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Posted in: Pop group Arashi performs solo in empty Olympic stadium See in context

Written by Bruno Mars ok I can understand why it sounds like a "REAL SONG"

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Posted in: Chinese ships spotted near Japanese islands for record number of days See in context

Just reciprocate and sail through the so called "south china sea".

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Posted in: Police suspect Vietnamese group stole hundreds of pigs, fruit See in context

This is a good example of countries bringing in foreigners and exploiting them. When they can't survive they do what ever they can do to survive in the environment they were brought into. If the government doesn't give them help. I could believe that perhaps some of those who say they bought the pigs on the internet was true. Its a community forum where they share ideas and perhaps sold things and this is how they purchased the pigs

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Posted in: Split couples getting back together again as virus makes it hard to meet new people See in context

Seems like Ozawa's wife was getting the best of both worlds. What she did not get from her lover she got from her ex-husband that's why she kept going back and forth. There is more to this story, perhaps the lover worked nights and she used that as an excuse.

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Posted in: Man arrested over hit-and-run death of motorcyclist See in context

After hitting the motorbike, Sasaki kept going and returned to his home nearby. After about five minutes, he contacted police and returned to the scene where he was arrested.****

What happened to compassion for the fellow man? When he hit the man on the bike why didn't he stop and call for help instead of going home and then coming back to the scene and contacting the police. Perhaps that little time could have saved the poor bikers life. Also his excuse of telling the police he didn’t notice the motorbike crossing in front of him until it was too late.

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Posted in: Man filmed stealing sleeping passenger’s wallet on train See in context

Some post here are saying that this scenario was staged. I agree it appears to be staged because of the way it happened. Let's look at it this way there is no logic to stupidity, on both the individual who was spread out across the seats sleeping and the idiot who thought he could take the sleeping man's hard earned salary and get away with it. My only question to those who think this is staged WHY WOULD the news channels make a big story and show the thief picture on the news. Now ask yourself was that also staged? Personally I don't think so.

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Posted in: Woman arrested for burying body of newborn baby in park a year ago See in context

This is total madness, this young women threw away her life and took the life of her own new born who did not ask to be born. A child is a gift from God. There are many people who would envy this women because they want children only they can't conceive or carry them to full term. As I sit here and write this note I can only wonder what that child felt, she had no one. She came into a world hopelessly clinging to a mother whom she depended on only to be born and discarded like trash. This women went to a four year university, I am asking myself WHAT FOR? I can only think about the amount of time she does in jail she could have completed a Masters, degree and a PHd. She will have a lot of time on her hands to live out everyday from conception to murder. Personally Japan should make it a law that ANYONE who kills a child should NEVER be in the vicinity of one. What was this women thinking, was the job interview more important than a life? She could have easily found on her cellphone a place to take the unwanted child to be taken care of and she could have went on with her life a least doing half of the right thing giving up her parental rights. This is so sad.

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Posted in: Safe containing ¥22 million stolen from home in Ibaraki Prefecture See in context


The man lives with his mother, wife and child. Police said he went out with his mother and child at around 8:30 a.m. His wife, who was outside the house for awhile, went back inside and noticed that a room had been ransacked and the safe was gone.

The safe, which weighs between 20 to 30 kilograms, was found pried open in a nearby grove. There was no cash inside.

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Posted in: Man arrested for abusing common-law wife’s daughter See in context

There is more to this story and this story only reports what he did. This report leaves the readers with the question of WHY DID THIS HAPPEN? Regardless grabbing her by the hair is not the way to discipline but what is her story? He is not the father of the daughter could there be more, because she said she didn’t want to return home. The teacher then notified police. SO the question is WHY is she being abused. I could think of a number of things WHY could it be sexual, or a discipline problem or frustration because he has no job?

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Posted in: Coronavirus pandemic deepens Japan's demographic crisis See in context

Japan politicians saw this coming. First the system does not want to change. Women are suppose to go to school find a job, marry a co-worker and then quit and become a house wife. Once the couple marries and she quits her job the employer gives the husband more salary because now he is a salary man. It is the mind set of the Japanese people until they get out of the mind set of perceived roles only then will things change. Women have certain expectation of the type of men they want to marry and the men have the expectation of having this beautiful wife whom he met at work, once the knot is tied and the first baby comes she is no longer interested in him this is the cycle sex is only to have children and if there is no sex their is no children so its obvious Japan is becoming a sexless society and if their is sex its only for entertainment a so called hookup, with no strings attached!! Covid has nothing to do with this, its the mind set of the people.

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Posted in: Do you think tech giants like Google, Facebook, Twitter, Apple, Amazon, Microsoft and YouTube have too much control over what people see and read? See in context

Facebook, Twitter, Yahoo and Google are the worse, they are guilty of trying to persuade ones views and suppressing the ability for one to respond to an article their writers wrote. They are pretty much guilty period I would call it disallowing people especially in the US from freedom of expression while, they create the content they want you to believe as if to take it but not leave it, but believe it.

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Posted in: Taking a shower See in context

Thatch roofs, I can only imagine what is living underneath!

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Posted in: WHO chief warns against 'vaccine nationalism' See in context

WHO said What? When and HOW. WHO cares?

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Posted in: Woman arrested for attempted murder of ex-husband See in context

Police said Saito has admitted to the charge and said she got angry because her ex-husband hadn't moved out yet.

Poor guy, the unemployed frustrated ex-wife possible stabbed her ex-husband because he didn't move as she had planned so that she can perhaps move her new lover in.

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Posted in: Why Beijing may want to keep Trump in the White House See in context

@Serrano, ask yourself does how many Chinese bank accounts he has matter. The answer is simple, Trump is a "BUSINESS MAN" and don't play on what the media wants you to think.

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Posted in: China vows retaliation if U.S. proceeds with Taiwan arms sale See in context

China vows retaliation if U.S. proceeds with Taiwan arms sale! Oh so the United States is really scared!!!

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Posted in: Japan had record 610,000 school bullying cases in FY2019 See in context

My son is in school primary he too is of mixed race. He came home and told me that two kids in his class tried to bully him. My son is very toned for his size and he is also very athletic a excellent student and knows how to take care of himself. I went to the school talked to the teacher and the administrators, I even talked to the kids parents who were trying to bully my son. I left with a warning. I said my son comes to school to listen and to learn and to make friends, he should not have to worry about be bullied or dealing with the name calling. I left with these words, my son comes to school to listen and to learn and to make friends he does not want enemies but he knows how to defend himself. I told him the words and the nasty names he can ignore but if it gets to a point where he can no longer ignore them call them names back and if it gets physical, take care of it. I NEVER HAD A PROBLEM AGAIN!

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Posted in: 76-year-old man arrested for fatally stabbing neighbor in Osaka See in context

Oi has admitted to the charge. He was quoted as saying there had been bad blood between Inami and himself but he denied any intent to kill. Let me see Oi went to Inami's apartment with a knife and had no intent to kill him!! Ok he just wanted to say look I have a knife lets talk.

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Posted in: 6 doctors referred to prosecutors over death of 2-year-old boy in 2014 See in context

The sedative propofol is the same drug that Michael Jackson died from, that stuff is powerful. Total negligence on the doctors part, they should not be practicing medicine anymore with the number of deaths report from that hospital. Last but not least it should be closed.

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Posted in: Mother arrested for murder after infant found in Okayama irrigation canal See in context

*The woman is married and has another child but did not tell her husband she was pregnant and gave birth without him apparently knowing anything about it.* WOW was the husband blind? How could he not notice that his wife was pregnant? Ok, here is the twist perhaps she had a lover, she got pregnant and gave birth and once the lover found out he dumped her and she dumped the baby.

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Posted in: Japan, China discuss restarting mutual business travel See in context

Its all about the YEN, and the YUAN and not the people!! All they want is the economies to grow

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Posted in: Japanese firms fall woefully short of meeting gov't goals on women in management See in context

Get rid of the bullying the old cronies, and let the young new fresh ideas move the country. Give women more incentive to work instead of thinking of them being around to just have babies. As you can see women are not producing they have stopped so its time for a change. In with the new and out with the

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Posted in: Taiwan says Chinese diplomats assaulted official in Fiji See in context

China will meet their match, and they will be reduced to riding bicycles again!

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Posted in: U.S. influence in Pacific wanes; Japan considered 'smart power' by think tank See in context

So when Joe Biden becomes president does this poll rise 10% MORE? Polls mean nothing!!!

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Posted in: Man arrested for sexually molesting teenage girl See in context

Japans mainstream knows something is wrong, but saying nothing therefore they do nothing. I am sorry but you can't blame this on men. If you look at the culture when kids are separated in classroom boys from girls that is when it starts. Mothers treat their sons to also think this way. Until women starting demanding more and pushing back only then will things start to change, but because they are voiceless this will continue

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Posted in: 78-year-old woman with dementia hit, killed by train See in context

@Sven Asai "What I don’t get is the connection to dementia. Do those people really forget or don’t know what railway tracks are during that period? I just can’t imagine that such a disease deletes such basic knowledge and then , half an hour later, the patient remembers everything again for a random time span, not in this case though..." Have you ever had a moment of thought and totally lost it only to remember in a short span of time? Well think of a person with dementia they DON'T GET THAT SHORT SPAN OF TIME it is constant, totally confused of which way is up or down!! Dementia affects people memory, and their social abilities and interfere with their daily life. Please don't think because you are not an old person that you can't be affect dementia affects older people and is not part of the aging process.

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Posted in: 78-year-old woman with dementia hit, killed by train See in context

So sad, to lose a life in such a way. The poor lady had no idea of direction and what she was possibly doing. All I can think of is confusion at least and trying to find her way back home. So sad. may she rest in peace.

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Posted in: 30-year-old woman fatally stabbed in car See in context

@Sal Affist "no doubt they are tracking down the renter of the car to have a word with him (and search his premises.) What if the guy whom Kanoko rented the car? There's goes that thought of tracking down the killer and searching his premises the best hope is that their was camera in the area.

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Posted in: Man arrested for posting libelous comments about mother of missing girl See in context

I would check him, he is probably the kidnapper. If he silence the mom and she goes away then the case gets forgotten.

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