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Posted in: DV camera for bikes See in context

@paulinusa-you beat me to the punch mate! I was wondering the same thing. When will we read about the first arrest?

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Posted in: Why are Tokyo cabbies so clueless? See in context

either way, your meltdown speaks for itself. I wish you all the success in your internet world. I got to go to work.

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Posted in: Why are Tokyo cabbies so clueless? See in context

I read the news every morning and every discussion board has your posts on it. I see you take offense with alot of people- even Cleo at times. I only started reading up on your posts today by clicking on your name after you issued the discredited claim that you never refer to wikipedia. What is with your ego that you cant take it when someone calls out your mistake? That is what doesnt add up.

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Posted in: Why are Tokyo cabbies so clueless? See in context

zenny-wow, you get burned on something you say after getting called out on it, and you really have a meltdown. You have some issues mate. But I have nothing against discussing anything I say in person.

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Posted in: Why are Tokyo cabbies so clueless? See in context

Zenny, I am really sorry you feel that way. I dont know how someone can stalk you on JT when you appear on every 3d line of every thread?. Its literally impossible not to come across something to disagree with you on eventually, as northlondon, tkoid2, smith and limbo in japan all have as well so why are you singling me out? How am I not supposed to post an obvious challenge to find a wiki reference and then find one on the same day??? peace mate. I mean that sincerely.

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Posted in: Why are Tokyo cabbies so clueless? See in context

??? whoa relax. I was just reading the article and posts. These are your words. Why so hostile? Just having a conversation and saw evidence that countered your earlier post. you said you would be "open" to see the wiki- I guess that is not true. sorry.

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Posted in: Why are Tokyo cabbies so clueless? See in context

-"LOl, none of my views, sources, facts come from Wiki, long shot from your side. Of course open to see the wiki I quoted from. ;)"

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Posted in: Why are Tokyo cabbies so clueless? See in context

zenny "n.wikipedia.org slash wiki slash Japaneseaddressingsystem" - not to beat a dead horse mate but ....um..didnt you just say?...

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Posted in: Deputy US Marshal dies of wounds from gun battle See in context

@Mocheake- Obviously A PRINCE of a country visiting another country can be considered World news. Obviously the gang "wars" in Mexico and the thousands of people dying including policemen and foreign tourists is of interest to the Global community. You are only making KaptanKichigai's point for him. One man killed in the line of his countries or State's domestic duties does not constitute WORLD news by any definition and certainly does not pertain to Japan in any way.

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Posted in: Why are Tokyo cabbies so clueless? See in context

The driver should have pad the fair ONLY because he didnt get out of the cab immediately when the driver entered the wrong address, or started driving without looking at the map. I have hopped out of many an incompetent cabdrivers taxi due to their ineptitude. If you stay in the cab, you are responsible for the fare. And I DIDNT pay the base fare for my 30 seconds in the car. I believe you can make a sound evaluation after 60 seconds and that is your grace period to change your mind.

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Posted in: Deputy US Marshal dies of wounds from gun battle See in context

is this an accidental article? why is this on JT? seriously....

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Posted in: Fashionista See in context

are those her legs? was she made by Gepetto and does her nose grow when she tells a lie?

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Posted in: 14-yr-old boy held over attempted murder of elder brother in Chiba See in context

I agree with you. Unfortunately "kids will be kids" has nothing to do with what this article is about or a parents accountability for their childrens actions. There is absolutely nothing that releases you from being accountable for what your children do. Programmable robots? absolutely irrelevant to anything I have said. Independent children are great. Until they independently stab their sibling, then somewhere along the parenting line, Mom and Dad dropped the ball and it is a 100 percent fact. They are accountable for the child they have produced as are you if indeed you are a parent.

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Posted in: 14-yr-old boy held over attempted murder of elder brother in Chiba See in context

I understand your feelings. But regardless, you were indeed acting out against authority that links back to the parenting you received. If you don't want to accept that, I am sure a certified Psychologist might. I did those same things and I absolutely hold my parents accountable for my actions as it was THEIR job and ALL parents jobs to be involved in their children's lives and know what they are into, from their peer groups to their music to their hobbies. NO EXCUSES.

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Posted in: 14-yr-old boy held over attempted murder of elder brother in Chiba See in context

I have 3 children.They dont NEED to be watched 24 hours a day because they are properly parented. I am POSITIVE you are not. Any real parent accepts the responsibility of their children and does not make excuses. -smithinjapan- I agreed duct taped to my chest, not to a chair and left alone with a diaper. And it was not my example. I was agreeing to make a point and it is irrefutable. The parents are ALWAYS responsible for the actions of their children.

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Posted in: 14-yr-old boy held over attempted murder of elder brother in Chiba See in context

"Are you suggesting parents should set up 24 hour surveillance in their homes?" -YES if thats what it takes to control your children. "Why don't mothers just strap their kids to their chests with duct tape 24/7 until they're 20 years old"- YES if thats what it take to control your children. The Parents are ALWAYS responsible for the actions of their children. It is the parents JOB, from the minute they CHOOSE to bring a life into the world, to raise well balanced, decent, morally straight and mentally awake children. If there is any problem, it is their obligation to NOTICE and make the appropriate adjustments to fix the problem- be it professional help, more attention to the childs needs, duct tape or surveillance equipment. There is never, EVER an excuse for a parents failure.

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Posted in: Oscars go young and hip, with predictable results See in context

Do you watch movies? if you do, badmouthing the Oscars is just ignorant. Actors are the first to admit their art form is narcissistic, but it is a legitimate medium as is music, painting, poetry etc. The Oscars are a format to recognize that medium and it is taken seriously by the professionals in the trade- As are the Tonys for Theater and The Grammys for music. If you dont watch movies, what in the world are you even reading this article for?. Obviously this has no interest for you, so why dump on someone elses? Too much time on your hands?

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Posted in: What do you think of love hotels? See in context

love the jet tubs! preferable to the tiny business class hotels in japan.

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Posted in: For many Japanese, laid-back overseas vacations a one-way ticket to nowhere See in context

I see. Well, there are statistics of violent crimes linked to MJ use and the numbers are very low. It is pretty common knowledge of the pacifistic effects of MJ use. If replacing one excessive behavior with another, the other being peaceful then I say replace away. I also believe its pretty common knowledge that the laws were made post world war 2 with pressure from the tobacco companies who didnt want competition from hemp- same as the USA. It is really surprising that such a clinical culture as Japan takes such a dogmatic and ridiculous stance against something that would ultimately create loads of profit and jobs and would decrease the tax payers burden on the government hours spent combating the production and consumption of MJ.

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Posted in: For many Japanese, laid-back overseas vacations a one-way ticket to nowhere See in context

"Maybe they will stop wanting to compete, stop wanting to follow the rat race or cause violent harm. Maybe even give up excessive drinking. But positive change?" Whats NOT positive about giving up excessive drinking and causing violent harm?

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Posted in: For many Japanese, laid-back overseas vacations a one-way ticket to nowhere See in context

@ haruka- not chemically. But it is easy to get addicted to happiness, peace, love and bliss.

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Posted in: 3-year-old girl injured in fall from 5th-floor balcony in Kobe See in context

Holy Lord! the child had ALREADY been out on the balcony and dropped the doll. The mother wins this months STUPIDEST PARENT in the WORLD award. SO lucky the child survived. There is no chalking this one off to the " parenting is so difficult, children get into everything, it could happen to anyone" argument that often get posted to these frequent articles.

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Posted in: What’s really at stake in Japan’s revised pornography laws? See in context

as for the content/public reading issues that have been brought up. My opinion is, its nobodies business what someone else is into IN THE PRIVACY of their own homes and lives. Public displaying of porn should be just as punishable as public exposure that violate the Japanese Nuisance laws. There is no difference.

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Posted in: What’s really at stake in Japan’s revised pornography laws? See in context

The answer to the articles question- Money. Not freedom, not expression, not even depictions of fictional fetishes in comics or magazines- just money. Money to rich, rich, stinking rich publishing and marketing companies that funnel down to the organized crime syndicate. There is absolutely no valid argument to slapping a sticker on adult material or making an adult only section. The only truth is....it might MIGHT cost the pornographers money in sales- money they have by the truckload.

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Posted in: Woman arrested for selling pornographic images of 4-year-old daughter See in context

@fishy-"assuming 4-year-olds won't remember isn't cool and it certainly won't make this OK to do what the mother did."- WHO said it would make it OK? The context was comparing it to murder. 4 year olds remember lots of things, but I doubt her mom taking her picture will really stand out. If a 4 year old has a hang up about their body or being naked, it has been projected onto them by an adult. Otherwise children are innocent and are happy to run around the pool or neighborhood park fountain in their birthday suits. So I dont think a Mom taking pictures of her is going to be a huge traumatic memory. AND I AM NOT SAYING THAT IT MAKES IT OKAY! The context was set by loveusa. If you read my other posts, you would certainly see my anger and disgust.

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Posted in: Woman arrested for selling pornographic images of 4-year-old daughter See in context

@JennyTalwart- yes, good idea. Because if her financial situation was dire and she had no social support and at her wits end, that would TOTALLY explain it and make condemnations seem SO inappropriate.

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Posted in: E-mail has just about replaced letters and faxes. What do you think will replace e-mail in the future? See in context

what was the little fish that went in your ears in the Hitchiker's Guide to the Galaxy?

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Posted in: Woman arrested for selling pornographic images of 4-year-old daughter See in context

@monkeyz- you raise a great point. Im going with they are equal abominations of society. Yet- bikini banana pictures are for some insane reason, deemed legally appropriate.

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Posted in: Woman arrested for selling pornographic images of 4-year-old daughter See in context

-an "innocent" life that is.

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Posted in: Woman arrested for selling pornographic images of 4-year-old daughter See in context

@loveUSA , i would have to say the former is worse. The latter is gagging and grotesque, but pretty doubtful the girl has any idea or understanding what happened. That doesnt condone the offense AT ALL. Just saying in comparison, taking a life is the ultimate crime.

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