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Posted in: Student who was using smartphone while riding bike indicted for hitting, killing pedestrian See in context

Sorry. Although the student was clearly at fault, I fail to see how NOT using the headphones would’ve avoided this accident. He’s not a bat. I use my earbuds all the time while cycling and I find it makes me hyper aware of my surroundings since my hearing is compromised due to the music.

Although such a practice may put me in danger of being hit, admittingly, I personally have never hit nor almost hit somebody due to me enjoying my tunes. That’s what eyes are for...

That said, the unfortunate thing is, a middle-aged man has lost his life and young man has ruined his due to this completely avoidable accident.

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Posted in: Man shot dead by police after knife attack in Kumamoto See in context

towingthelineToday  11:12 am JST

A taser would have been just as effective and non-lethal.

Not being a dangerous criminal would have as well. He made his choice...reap it.

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Posted in: Kindergarten employee arrested for abusing 5-year-old boy See in context

I was at my 8 year old son’s class observation recently and a parent was dragging their 3 year old along the floor. The child refused to walk and she needed to get to her other child’s classroom. The child was laughing the whole way. Whether they like it or not, hardly abuse.

I’m 1,000% sure the child in this article was being unruly and 999.9% sure he would not leave on his own volition. You cannot keep unruly kids in the classroom because it disrupts the learning of all the other children - which is not fair to them. The root of unruliness begins at home. SOMEBODY has to discipline children if the parents won’t.

Besides...science shows that undisciplined children leads to liberalism. ( ^ - ^ )v

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Posted in: Women take over the red carpet at Cannes See in context

Lame.

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Posted in: Trump visit likely to boost Abe's image at home, at least for now See in context

Haters gonna hate; losers gonna lose. You lost - get over it. MAGA

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Posted in: 2-year-old boy killed after being hit by truck in Kagawa; driver arrested See in context

The grandparents should be locked up. THEY let him go alone. And for any of you "thumbs downers" to this post. Take a step back and try to think for a moment using any part of your brain not yet infected with the liberal mental disorder - "Is it honestly NOT blatant neglect to allow a 2 year old to go ANYWHERE - other than maybe the toilet - ALONE? Let alone across a FOUR lane HIGHWAY?

I don't care if the driver was faced timing his prostitute girlfriend with his iPhone super glued to his forehead and a quart of vodka in him – the grandparents still bear some of the blame. If you can't agree to that, I hope to God you do not have children now, and never do. (Mic drop)

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Posted in: Obama says goodbye in emotional speech See in context

Thank GOD that bozo is FINALLY going to be gone! Eight excruciating years...

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Posted in: In view of all the terror attacks that have hit Europe and countries in other parts of the world in the past two years, do you think the global security situation will get worse or better when Donald See in context

Good Bad turbotsatJAN. 09, 2017 - 09:09AM JST

Where's the 'Not Applicable' button?

How is Trump responsible (or in any way related) to the prevalence of terrorist attacks in the sovereign countries of Europe?

True dat.

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Posted in: In 2015, Japan accepted 27 refugees, including three Syrians, after some 7,500 people from 69 countries sought such status in Japan, according to the justice ministry. Do you think Japan should take i See in context

smithinjapanJAN. 02, 2017 - 08:41PM JST

"Yeah, because the 27 let in in 2015 have committed how many terrorist acts? Come to think of it, who has committed any terrorist acts in Japan besides Japanese nationals? Perhaps you should have left the paranoia at the door before YOU came in. Japan has a serious problem and no one coming in to fill the numbers they need. One solution is to allow in more refugees -- people who need a place to live, and people who are needed here to assist those already here, as well as the nation as a whole."

It's their country, not yours. If they don't want to let refugees in, that is for them to decide - not you. You are merely a guest in this country being allowed to live here. And complaining how Japan does or does not do things makes you an unwanted guest. I'm tired of foreigners coming to Japan to live and then complaining that Japan doesn't do things the way their country does and expecting them to accomodate. Refugees, marijuana laws, death penalty, etc., etc. If you don't like the way Japan does things, go live in a country you agree with. Quit expecting Japan to be YOUR perfect country.

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Posted in: Mother, 2 sons found dead in apparent murder-suicide See in context

I wish they could've brought the mother back to life – only to be sentenced to death row to hang again.

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Posted in: 8-year-old boy hit and killed by truck; 79-year-old driver arrested See in context

Mandatory yearly driving tests for age 70 + drivers, I say. And make it free for them as well.

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Posted in: Man sentenced to death for murders of 5 neighbors in Yamaguchi loses appeal See in context

Seems appropriate. For sure.

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Posted in: Why isn’t Maximum the Hormone officially against ticket scalping? See in context

The statement was a strong call to end the practice of ticket scalping in which unlicensed sellers purchase large amounts of concert tickets in order to sell them to fans at inflated prices. It’s an unnecessary and parasitic practice depriving both the artists and their fans of money.

I'm confused I guess.

1) How does it deprive the artists of money? The tickets were bought at face value. Regardless of whether they were sold or not - and at how much - they still get paid.

2) How does it deprive the fans of money? People will pay what they want/can to see a concert. It's up to them to decide if the price is justified. If not, they miss the concert. I see it as a service to provide last-minute tickets to those who don't have tickets. Its a gamble for the seller. It's not price-gouging because seeing a concert is not a "need" - but rather a luxury.

Guess I've never understood why this is considered such a bad practice.

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Posted in: 7-year-old girl missing in Nagano town See in context

quiquejpAUG. 28, 2016 - 05:18PM JST 30m? I'm worried if my child is 1m behind me and most of the time I make him walk right next to me.

Obviously you're not Japanese then. I'd bet her phone wasn't even 30cm from her face tho...

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Posted in: Should the parents of the 7-year-old boy who spent six days in a Hokkaido mountain forest after being forced out of the family car for misbehaving, face some sort of criminal charges? See in context

YES! It's a no brainier. Can't believe so many "no" votes. Bunch of liberal criminals on this site. Disgusting. Feel sorry for any children of such ilk.

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Posted in: Electing Trump would be 'historic mistake,' Clinton declares See in context

LOL. Love the liberal sheeple here. The more thumbs down I get, the more I know Im right.

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Posted in: Electing Trump would be 'historic mistake,' Clinton declares See in context

Obama was an historic mistake. Can't get worse than that.

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Posted in: The anti-Trump: Obama slowly stepping into the campaign fray See in context

Anyone Obama doesn't like is worth a vote from me.

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Posted in: Trump criticizes NATO; says he's OK with Japan, S Korea having nuclear weapons See in context

His supporters maybe like to hear the dumb things he says - but at least he is telling the truth on his beliefs and what he intends to do - should he get into office.

Liberals on the other hand love to hear the lies their favourite politicians tell them because they live with their heads in the sand. Hillary is full of lies and Bernie has real funny math. Yet their angry, hateful, rabid supporters absolutely love those spoon-fed lies...

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Posted in: Would you like to see Donald Trump become the next U.S. president? See in context

njca4MAR. 03, 2016 - 07:25AM JST In one word .... NO.

I still don't understand why his supporters aren't more interested in fine details of how he's going to 'build that wall' and 'get rid of ISIS'. All he ever says is that 'It's going to be awesome' or 'we're going to make America great again' -

HOW IS HE GOING TO DO THESE THINGS??? <<<

What is Hillary going to do to make America great again? How about Bernie? Why aren't the liberals more interested in the fine details of how Bernie is going to give away everything free? HOW IS HE GOING TO DO THESE THINGS???

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Posted in: Would you like to see Donald Trump become the next U.S. president? See in context

Yeah! Damn low unemployment rate, low gas prices, thriving economy, health care for the poor. Uhg.

You're not serious.

Do you even live there? Have you ever lived there? If so, when was the last time? Do you even have any idea what you are talking about? If not, don't make arbitrary comments in an attempt to look intelligent or promote your agenda.

(SMH)

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Posted in: Would you like to see Donald Trump become the next U.S. president? See in context

I say Trump. Better than another liberal in the White House for damn sure. Just look how "great" America has become after almost 8 years of the clown that's been in there. Uhg. I'd rather someone tell me what I may not want to here but it be the truth, than to have someone blow sunshine lies up my arse like Obama and Hillary constantly do.

Now, I am not stating my opinion on this subject here because it is anybody's particular business. I just want to see how many "thumbs down" all the crybaby, angry liberals are going to give me.

I see all the nasty comments about Trump and conservatives always get so many "thumbs up" here from all the angry lefties. Why are you so angry? You've had a lying leftie in the White House for the past 8 years and look what it has gotten America. Pathetic. I guess now we really know what your thumb's up.

Blast away - it tells me that I'm right and that it pisses you off. Makes me smile.

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Posted in: U.S. announces new visa rules for some Europeans, others See in context

Black SabbathJAN. 22, 2016 - 02:54AM JST The more he pisses off idiot liberals, the more I like him!

The face of the modern Republican Party!

Nope. I am a Reagan Republican - and I long for those days when America was great with him at the helm. But America has turned into a giant, steaming, pile of dung thanks to the radical liberalism that infests it like dysentery. I'm so happy that I do not live there anymore, but it still hurts me to see it continuously torn apart by selfish, angry liberals only looking out for what's best for themselves rather than what's best for the country.

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Posted in: Davos elite alarmed at Trump's nationalist rhetoric See in context

Black SabbathJAN. 22, 2016 - 02:54AM JST The more he pisses off idiot liberals, the more I like him!

The face of the modern Republican Party!

Nope. I am a Reagan Republican - and I long for those days when America was great with him at the helm. But America has turned into a giant, steaming, pile of dung thanks to the radical liberalism that infests it like dysentery. I'm so happy that I do not live there anymore, but it still hurts me to see it continuously torn apart by selfish, angry liberals only looking out for what's best for themselves rather than what's best for the country.

I'd be happy to meet you in person sometime to discuss this further.

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Posted in: U.S. celebrities back 'Dump Trump' campaign See in context

Black SabbathJAN. 22, 2016 - 02:54AM JST The more he pisses off idiot liberals, the more I like him!

The face of the modern Republican Party!

Nope. I am a Reagan Republican - and I long for those days when America was great with him at the helm. But America has turned into a giant, steaming, pile of dung thanks to the radical liberalism that infests it like dysentery. I'm so happy that I do not live there anymore, but it still hurts me to see it continuously torn apart by selfish, angry liberals only looking out for what's best for themselves rather than what's best for the country.

I'd be happy to meet you in person sometime to discuss this further.

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Posted in: U.S. celebrities back 'Dump Trump' campaign See in context

The more he pisses off idiot liberals, the more I like him!

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Posted in: Woman, partner arrested over death of her 3-year-old daughter See in context

Some people believe in torture for information. I believe in it for other reasons....

RIP little one - hope the monsters succumb to a much more excruciating death when the grim reaper comes a calling for them...

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Posted in: Do you support calls in some countries to replace expressions like “Christmas tree” and “merry Christmas” with “holiday tree” and “happy holidays?” See in context

Boo hoo. Somebody wished me Merry Christmas. Boo boo.

Entitled babies.

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Posted in: 22-year-old woman arrested for attempted murder of 6-month-old son See in context

Disillusioned

We blame HER. She did it - no one else. "Wouldn't stop crying" and raising a child is "stressful" are not red flags for, well - anything OTHER than usual child-rearing. What a generation of weak-minded buffoons. Everyone's a victim and there is always somebody else to blame. Pathetic.

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