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Posted in: Guide dog stabbed while walking with owner See in context

Thunderbird2

I got 4 thumbs down?...this piece of filth needs to be caught before he attacks another animal

In a previous comment you said

couldn't he find a cat to kill

has a cat less life value than a dog, be consistent if you want thumbs up!

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Posted in: Pachinko parlor politeness See in context

Possibly the worst working environment!

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Posted in: To demolish or design: Japan split on 2020 stadium See in context

it clashes with Tokyo’s urban planning

So there is actually urban planning in Tokyo. Interesting.

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Posted in: Tokyo governor unveils plan to lure foreign business talent See in context

How about making it easy for foreigners to get a credit card in Japan... Been rejected twice so far and I have a steady job and which I consider good income too.

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Posted in: Akie Abe joins gay parade See in context

There is really no need for one to come out as gay or straight. It is a choice we make individually.

I don't think it's a choice you make it is just who you are, born this way if I may say so. It's not like you wake up one day and say:"That's it, I'm gay now! Because I chose it"

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Posted in: Confused Japanese tourists trigger highway pursuit in Utah See in context

That made my day! I loled so hard at this story!!!

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Posted in: Women splash cash on Valentine chocolates for friends, themselves See in context

Went to Matsuya Ginza with the wife as she "had to" buy chocolates for the brother in law and even nephew??? Oh boy what a mistake there was this chocolates fair, impossible to walk, only excited girls buying buying buying like headless chicken... I can help but to be cynical at this time of the year in Japan. Go Japan, spend your cash! It seems the only way of life for most of you guys.

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Posted in: Zushi to ban loud music, alcohol at beach See in context

Well that's is another good free party spot gone. Japan does love killing the fun especially when it is free. With an aging population it's not gonna get better. Ban on tattoo, ban on dancing, ban on drinking, ban on music, what's next ban on being young?

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Posted in: Lone Ranger rides into town See in context

This movie might actually make some money in Japan with all the aggressive marketing and Disney related placement! Does not matter if it is good or bad if talentos say it's good people will follow! Haven't seen the movie yet so hard to judge but seems pretty bad.

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Posted in: Former U.S. sailor extradited to Japan on drug-smuggling charge See in context

4,000Y for an E, damn that's expensive.

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Posted in: Hard Gay eyes second career as professional model See in context

Is he in favor of same sex marriage?

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Posted in: Mountain search party attacked by bear; missing man found dead See in context

Talk about jinx...

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Posted in: Why do Japanese work such long hours? See in context

I worked in a Kaisha 2 years and the main reasons have stated in the comments, but one thing I witnessed was that they sleep at their desk to show exhaustion from work. So basically 2 hours asleep means they have to stay at leas 2 hours after standard working hours. And also it is considered bad to leave before your boss and as most of time the boss has a boring life waiting for him back home he just seats there surfing the web or reading news paper while the other workers are dying to get home or out.

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Posted in: 14-month-old boy dies after being hit by garbage truck See in context

I feel so blessed to have grown up in Europe where we have nice gardens and playgrounds to play with our friends and even houses with gardens if we are lucky enough and not living in big cities. Where I only see concrete playgrounds right next to the road with sometime heavy traffic in in Tokyo, not even grass or sand boxes... I feel sorry for the kids, the environment is really not fit to play around with your friends. Oh and of course we were always being watched over by parents

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Posted in: Where do you shop for high-quality French bread in Japan? See in context

Viron at Tokyo station, Paul has decent pain au chocolat. As for baking baguette home good luck! But the prices are so high for a baguette, it costs 110Y in France and around 300Y in Japan ouch...

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Posted in: Owner arrested after dog attacks woman See in context

Shiba dog is probably the most aggressive breed on earth...Even my dog hates them.

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Posted in: Assistant judge fired for taking upskirt film See in context

Yup jail time would be a bit harsh... 500,000Yen fine is appropriate and losing his job too.

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Posted in: Have Japan’s anti-smoking laws gone too far? See in context

Great discussion points here. I sometimes wonder if the pro-smokers are the same people as the pro-whalers? Both disrespect life and are completely self-serving in their "reasons".

I think you forgot to say that "we" (I am a smoker, dirty dirty killing selfish smoker) also are racist, pro death, homophobic, or whatever else... are you out of your mind Ranger_Miffy2 ??? I am shocked from what I read from most anti-smokers... You are a menace to society all of you, what do you want to jail us? Put us in camp? Ban us from cities? Hitler would not have had any better ideology than you guys. Thanks you stressed me up I need a smoke!

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Posted in: Have Japan’s anti-smoking laws gone too far? See in context

Please, kill yourself as you feel like, it's your rights to do so, but make sure not a single whiff of stench comes my way in the process. It's my right to enjoy clean air.

You probably do not live in Tokyo, if so please let me know where you've found clean air.

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Posted in: First gay wedding held at Tokyo Disney Resort See in context

Congrats to the happy couple! I think the most horrifying thing is that if you are a gay couple you can only marry at Disney, because to be honest that kinda sucks but better than nothing I guess.

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Posted in: In Japan, women, not men, throng stores to buy Valentine's chocolates See in context

You can pick any western celebration they have in Japan and the result is the same, they take the spirit away to turn it into a capitalist/commercial event: Halloween=no trick or treats, Xmas=couple date night, Valentine=chocolate industry booster, they even have thanksgiving...

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Posted in: Toque of the town See in context

Funny how they are note saying who won and ranked 2nd... Anyway congrats France!

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Posted in: Man suspected of killing 9-year-old granddaughter See in context

Probably a sick child abuse case... Dad away all day long grandpa plays with gran-daughter... gran-daughter starts complaining... Sick sick sick

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Posted in: Holiday U-turn rush continues across Japan See in context

0.5% of the population went oversea... Big deal!

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Posted in: Boy, 11, brings gun to class in Utah See in context

In this debate over gun control, pro-guns always use 3 arguments. In the name of liberty/freedom I can carry a gun, to protect myself or a gun does not kill it is the hand that hols the gun that kills. (Sounds like perfect propaganda/marketing/speech inspired by the NRA) The last one (even though I consider the 2 firsts as non-sense strikes me the most. What does it mean "it's not the gun that kills people...?" Try to attack a school with a knife (happened in China last week no fatal casualties) or a baseball bat I am pretty sure you'll have less casualties. The hand still want to kill in both cases but the gun actually kills much more efficiently... So even if the "hand that holds the gun" represents the killer's will you can't kill as much with a bat, knife, fork, your fist or whatever than you would with a gun, rifle, shotgun, M-16 or whatever fire arm American citizens seem to be so found of. So guns kill as any other thing could kill but they kill much more person in the US than any other thing, in 2011 there were 12,664 murders in the US. Of those, 8,583 were caused by firearms. So off course 4,081 murders were done by knifes, hands, other. But you need your hands, knives and tools in daily life much more than you need a gun. And last but not least guns are for pussies...

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Posted in: Nintendo shoots for pole position with Wii U console See in context

LunarTuner: It seems that they will introduce new PS4 and XBox on the next E3 so probably will be released in 2013-2014

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Posted in: Japan tunnel disaster a wake-up call for other countries See in context

@ hereforever: Have you mentioned the waste of effort and time they put in roads going to no where?

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Posted in: Man turns himself in for murder of wife one week after they married See in context

well that escalated quickly

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Posted in: The needs of early English phonetic instruction in Japan See in context

"Harro! Do you speak Engrish?" That makes their own identity when traveling, I will be sad if their accent disappear... Same as the Spanish, French, German and Italian... Only Scandinavians sound almost native when they speak. Why bother on pronunciation? To understand and make yourself understood should be the focal point in teaching/learning a language. And for pronunciation well the only way is to travel and try to stay as long as possible in the country you want to learn the language from. Learn Japanese in Japan make sense and is easier, should be the same when you learn English, Spanish, French or whatever you want.

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Posted in: Bond girls See in context

Do they need to specify:"Olympic wrestling champion Saori Yoshida, left" really? I though the wrestling champion was the hot skinny model not the muscular one...

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