KefkaPalazzo comments

Posted in: 11-year-old boy perishes in house fire See in context

i feel bad for poor Akihito R.I.P

and seriously people its not a crime to leave a child home alone, at 11 years old i was left home by myself lots of times and that was only after my Mom taught me how to behave and what not to do when she wasn't there. as long as a child knows what not to do when a grown up is not there they should be OK

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Posted in: Kyoto hospital worker jailed for tearing toenails off elderly patients See in context

what a strange thing to do... still its not the weirdest thing i have heard or seen before. I just hope she gets some professional help. While i am all for jailing her for tear toenails off the elderly, its just as important she get taught how to control her frustration and let it out appropriately.

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Posted in: Two knife attacks against students on streets in Chiba, Ibaraki See in context

what is wrong with the world today... can't a fine young woman go for a walk without being brutualized by some random nutcase? that guy better be happy i am not there or i swear i would go hunting for him myself, and believe me i'm a very resourceful person.

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Posted in: Woman arrested for stabbing passer-by on Tokyo sidewalk See in context

what is wrong with these people... i thought the song went "tis the season to be jolly..." not "tis the season to commit a felony..."

oh well... i do hope the woman recovers.

I bet ¥50,000 the attacker will plead Insanity or her defense will try for her.

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Posted in: Female manager of gentlemen's 'snack club' stabbed to death See in context

what is wrong with these nutters? they make the Joker look sane!

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Posted in: Oita woman arrested for allegedly beating 4-year-old son to death See in context

what a sick, pathetic excuse for a human. I hope her son died in his sleep, even if he died from the sustained injuries at least in sleep it would have just been him slipping away from this world, not spending his last few hours in intense pain..

I almost never see this in America, why just this past Friday a Women Struck the Child of one of my friends and she beat the crap out of the woman. a loving parent she is.

R.I.P poor 4 year old boy who barely got to live

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Posted in: Man dies following assault in Tokyo apartment See in context

Ben4short - Life IS pretty simple when you have a sharp intuition, common sense, and great looks like me. (don't look now, but a majority of following posts agreed with my assessment)

by my eye i see that they DISagree with your assessment

RIP poor namelessguy

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Posted in: Man secretly videos 2,000 women in public toilet; sells DVDs of footage See in context

i think all that money should be taken from him and donated to a women's charity like the fight for breast cancer.

at least then that disgusting display would actually not be for nothing but a sick man's fetishes

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Posted in: Lost 81-yr-old man, granddaughter, 3, kept warm by their dog until rescued See in context

go super pooch!! keeping your grandpas and 3 yrs old girls toasty and warm! =3

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Posted in: Man accused of scalding baby son with boiling water See in context

i hope this jerk gets his absolute comeuppance!!

you d NOT scald a child with boiling water!!

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Posted in: Man suspected of killing wife, son with pickaxe See in context

this story seems like a horror movie that borrowed an element or two from Stephen King's The Shining =/

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Posted in: Man sentenced to death for pachinko parlor arson-murders See in context

this is one of the first hangings i've seen reported from japan in a while. though i don't understand why THIS guy got the death penalty, when men like Masato Shibata who killed 6 children with a crane basically gets a slap ont he wrist and a "don't do it again" kind of thing. both men acted out on behalf of their selfish desires and people ( or in Shibata's case children) died because of their actions. The japanese justice system simply baffles me.

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Posted in: Toyota shows machines to help sick, elderly move See in context

this is one of the reasons why i love japan.

so many scientists are dedicated to developing technology that makes life for those injured or otherwise easier.

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Posted in: Newborn baby found in convenience store toilet trash can See in context

If you don't live in my country then, why are you ASSUMING that I am judging her? I wasn't judging her at all, except for the fact that leaving a NEWBORN inside a trashcan is a CRIME that is punishable under Japanese law. Moreover, if she wasn't mentally capable, then she should receive professional mental help, as I stated in my post. I can't condemn someone that is not mentally fit. So why are you ASSUMING that I am against her? Or is it that my English is not good enough? Everyone is entitled to have their own opinion, and you should respect that. I clearly said that if she indeed left the baby to die consciously, then have her prosecuted to the full extent of the law, mind you, even if she gets convicted the punishment will be very light compared to other countries. Still, if she was not mentally capable, then professional help is a must. But someone who leaves a baby to die and that person is completely mentally healthy, then that person should BURN, because in my moral value, that is MURDER, plain and simple!! Understand? Thank You

it is because of the way you have worded your posts.

if you had said

"its mothers who knowingly abandon their children to die that really anger me. I hope they burn in hell"

then you would avoid arguments like this.

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Posted in: 2-year-old Chinese girl left on street after hit-and-run dies See in context

i'll never understand why humans can be so insensitive

RIP poor sweet little child.

she barely had begun her life

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Posted in: Tochigi man busted for stealing school girls' uniforms, underwear in 3 prefectures See in context

i really despise men like the one featured in this article. it sickens me that he got away with it for THREE YEARS before getting arrested. oh well... i just hope he gets his comeuppance

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Posted in: Newborn baby found in convenience store toilet trash can See in context

Still, if this woman had the intention of living her baby to die in that plastic bag inside the trash can, then I hope she really burns in hell. Women that leave their newborns to die consciously are no better than scum to me, if they were indeed mentally competent though. I can't condone this woman's actions because there is always another option, other than killing the baby

are you so quick to judge even when you know NOTHING about the mother? for all you know she could be a young woman who had been raped and had been too afraid to come forward about it. its obvious that the mother was NOT in a right state of mind and should NOT be judged so harshly right now. (especially since we don't know the entire story) when they find the birth mother and the whole story comes to light, THEN i will make my decision as to whether i should feel sympathy for this mother, or if i should despise her.

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Posted in: Newborn baby found in convenience store toilet trash can See in context

When i first read the article title my heart nearly stopped. i thought ANOTHER baby had been found dead, abandoned to the cold harsh world, without any chance to live, but i am immensely relieved that she was ok. i don't know if i should have any sympathy for the mother.

yes what she did was wrong on many levels, but we have to understand how she felt.

what if she was a teenager? a girl who got in over her head and was freaking out. can you really say she deserves to die or deserves a prison sentence? no. i believe above all else, therapy has to be mandetory when they find her.

she obviously was not in a right state of mind

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Posted in: Sony halts 93,000 online accounts after new breach See in context

and my friends wonder why i don't have a PSN acc anymore

i don't trust sony with my personal info, because of stuff like this ' this is what? the second major hack within the last couple months? seriously, they need to figure out they need BETTER security

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Posted in: 3 youths arrested for bludgeoning mother of female friend See in context

those 3 thugs are lucky i am not in Japan right now.... if i was..... you don't even want to know. T~T

that poor woman! if it were up to me i'd probably force the parents of those 3 monsters to pay for her hopsital bill, medical compensation for the next several years. ( it will take her a long time to recover if she lives with the sustained inuries ( i put a big emphasis on IF) based on the article, death is not unlikely. just pray she makes it people.) on top of the standard fees to ensure she can afford the hospital and all required to keep her going. i think a MINIMUM of 50 million yen. seeing as her injuries will absolutely keep her from work, she needs to be able to support herself and her daughter until she recovers.

i think at max of at least 100-300 million yen

if my math is correct, this is between 900,000-3,000,000 U.S dollars when converted to yen

good luck you poor brave woman ='(

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Posted in: Sony PlayStation Network releases exclusive games in U.S. See in context

in all honesty i bought a PSP over a PS3 and this was ONLY because i had an urge for nostalgia that it shook me to my very core.

i have bought Spyro 1,2, and 3 dino crisis ff7,ff8,ff9 parasite eve

these were some of my first PS games. and they make me feel all warm and fuzzy inside when i play them.

i probably won't be buying a ps3 anytime soon, simply because although they have had some good games in the past, there is nothing i want that would make me consider buying a ps3 right now.

Sorry Sony =/ if Capcom did some remakes for a few memorable games MANY players want

and they DON'T screw it up. then i would be happy to buy a ps3 for them

cough dino crisis, resident evil 1,2, and 3 cough cough decent ending for dino crisis story cough

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Posted in: Woman arrested for abandoning newborn's body in library toilet See in context

This is a result of making the erroneous assumption that the arrest occurred on the same day the death was discovered. It didn't happen that way. Once they had the surveillance video, they spent weeks trying to identify the woman from the video. Once they had finally identified her, THEN the arrest happened.

considering this is the first i have heard of the incident, and the article does not give enough info for me to make an accurate assumption, can you really berate me for making a false statement?

this article simply stated she gave birth on september 13th and was recently arrested. i do not know of another article in which it states when the corpse of the child was found.

if you do, kindly direct me to it so that i may learn all i may of the incident

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Posted in: 3 men rob Tochigi hotel of Y1.5 mil See in context

the employee used his nose to dial an internal line on the hotel’s phone system and alert another employee who was in the break room

this is funnier than the article about the man who robbed a store with a firework xD

dude was determined to get help

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Posted in: Woman arrested for abandoning newborn's body in library toilet See in context

), gave birth at her surprise, was scared, didn't what to do (would you know ?) and the baby died in her arms in a few minutes

that is wrong

this baby was alive for about a month after she gave birth. if you had actually read the article, you would know she had given birth on september the 13th it does not say the body was decomposing in any way. so its doubtful its been there a while. so we can assume it was alive until recently

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Posted in: Crane driver on trial for causing deaths of 6 children See in context

Neither do we know if he got diagnosed with epilepsy before or after he got his crane licence(all speculations by posters

its not speculation from the posters read the article i have quoted

According to Fuji TV, the court heard that Masato Shibata, 26, had been a long-term sufferer of epilepsy and had succumbed to a fit moments before the accident took place. The prosecutor told the jury that hiding his epilepsy to get his mobile crane driving license was a serious offense which had resulted in grave consequences.

he did not develop Epilepsy after obtaining his license he was a long term sufferor and had lied about his epilepsy to get a mobil crane drivers license. he deserves the death penalty. lets take a look at the list of crimes

Lied about his Epilepsy to get a mobil cran drivers license ( is this a felony in Japan?) got into that crane knowing full well he had a bad history with epilepsy (and yes this IS a crime)) because of his selfish inconsideration 6 children were killed ( i'm not sure how to classify this? Mass murder? accidental manslaughter? considering he knew full well of his condition, but chose to ignore it for the sake of his own selfish desires)

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Posted in: Crane driver on trial for causing deaths of 6 children See in context

Shibata’s lawyer appealed for leniency by explaining that it had been a lifelong dream of Shibata’s to drive a mobile crane. “My client will be atoning for the accident for the rest of his life,” the court heard.

SO just because this was his life long dream he should be pardoned for snuffing out the lives of 6 children?

does he honestly think that just because it was his life long dream, that it wasn't his fault?


each and every one of them had their own dreams and now NONE of them will EVER come true because they are DEAD.

what he did was ABSOLUTELY selfish and wrong on so many levels and he deserves absolutely NO mercy from the court. i'm glad he will be haunted by this for the rest of his life.

RIP those poor kids

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Posted in: 2 arrested after teenage girl dies in 'exorcism' See in context

from your use of mumbo jumbo i was assuming you had read kevin's post about disliking the word mumbo jumbo simply to mess with him

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Posted in: Troy Davis executed in Georgia amid international outcry See in context

I guarentee you that at some point in the next couple years, new evidence will come into light that proves his innocence. and it will only serve as a very painful reminder to his friends and family who tried so desperately to save him, only to have the courts deny it

what a cruel world we live in....

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Posted in: 2 arrested after teenage girl dies in 'exorcism' See in context

Yes Kefka I know you don't like the word. What would you like to call it? Superstitious incantation? Hocus-pocus? A rose by any other name.

actually cleo kevin is the one with the problem with words like "mumbo jumbo"

i will gladly use any word within my vast vocabulary to get my point across even something mundane as Mumbo Jumbo

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Posted in: 2 arrested after teenage girl dies in 'exorcism' See in context

My own feeling is one of exasperation that false beliefs and superstitious nonsense lead people to put their faith in mumbo jumbo

lol cleo i see what you did there

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