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Posted in: Actor Robert De Niro's ex-top assistant cites his courtroom outburst as example of his abusive side See in context

I can assure you, as personal/executive assistant you are more than likely going to be called at odd times, and you are more than often times going to see your boss angry and probably experience what he/she is like in that mood; if that boss is abusive or in any way affects your mental health, you are free to resign and seek a lower paying job, this woman was not forced to work as De Niro’s secretary and neither was she lacking financially considering the extraordinary sum she was being paid as far back as 2008, do you know how few people got paid as much as $75,000 at that time? What we have here is just another entitled person trying to cash out and discredit a celebrity while using gender as a means to go about it cause in this society it usually works. It’s cases like this that end up discrediting the actual cases where a person was truly abused or discriminated against because of her gender. Sad.

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Posted in: Kishida says policies necessary; doesn't care what names he's called See in context

The LDP does what they want because there’s no noticeable alternative to their dominance in parliament and because Japanese people are generally disinterested in politics, as an obvious indicator, Kishida’s approval rating stands at 33% according to a TV Tokyo weekend survey, those respondents do not even account for up to 3% of Japan’s entire population, so it makes sense that he’d say he doesn’t care about the nicknames especially when you consider the ages of those that actually make these comments on social media and what they normally complain about, complaints like “the smiles of workers in this particular establishment was not very welcoming” completely disregarding the fact that their workers are heavily overworked, severely underpaid, and are going through a long list of mental health issues that they can’t resolve easily due to their highly constricted time for social interactions. Before the government can start talking about resolving issues related to childbirth or the economy, underlying issues need to be addressed but alas the government has long lost touch with the reality of its people.

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Posted in: Kyoto wants to add extra charges for tourists to use city buses See in context

This is terribly Ill-advised and it would only make commuting more complicated

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Posted in: Amber Heard's lawyers revised article Johnny Depp sued over See in context

I've been in an abusive relationship myself, where I'd have to keep quiet when she's dishing out abusive words at me so it wouldn't escalate further, and I'd basically avoid her when she wants to get physical, but when she's pleading her case to our mutual friends, you'd very well think she were the very definition of a victim. Because of Amber's lies and narcissistic compulsiveness, Johnny has gone through lots of embarrassment, lost titular roles In movie sequels we expected to see him in, and there's also been the financial cost. This is why this case is garnering so much media attention, to act as a warning to abusive high profile ladies out there that feel being a woman is all that's required to make everyone feel you're the only person that could be subjected to abuse.

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Posted in: 17-year-old boy assaulted after asking man to stop smoking on train See in context

The boy confronted the offensive adult and got beaten for it while so called adults probably stood by aghast but still not being anywhere as courageous enough as the minor to hold the offensive adult down. This thing about minding your business and not defending a fellow in danger or even trying to help a fellow in need is way too common in this country.

P.S. This young guy is a rare gem in this generation I'd say.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 12,813 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 62,612 See in context

Would be helpful if they number of those tested was actually mentioned in these news reports. And also, specifically adding that - further 50 for U.S military personnel - to the Okinawa numbers, isn't good for foreigner sentiment, in a sense it's kinda divisive and would only lend more misinformed prejudice against not just Americans resident in Okinawa but foreigners resident in the entire country.

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