You could have feed a family for a year, or paid for education fees for kids, or... there are a hundred things you could do with that money to help people, to buy a couple of melons is not one.
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This government is pure evil, they just want to divert the attention about the constitution amendment by adding something else to the equation. Not that they care a bit about education or the cost of it, they just want the public opinion to support their plan.
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Meanwhile, nobody noticed it.
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Disillusioned Today 07:11 am JST
I doubt if this rice will get to the supermarket. It will be sold off cheaply and used to make sake and sochu or, it will end up in your convenience store onigiri (rice ball).
This. It will be sold to food producers and chain restaurants. And they will never say who bought it.
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"Let's ignore it and keep wasting money as usual" Abe was heard to say.
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If marihuana was legal Japan would be a better place.
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Some other Chanel shops in Tokyo have a separate cosmetics and perfume section reserved for top Japanese customers
I understand the logic behind this, but it's called discrimination.
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So why the privatization? They had a great company that excels in service and no Japanese would ever think of stop using it. Yet they have to give it to private hands? The first thing they did was to rise the prices btw.
Why people don't even think about these topics?
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It would be easier to not to give them a smartphone, which is a tool they don't really need. But apparently parents can't do that these days.
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If the book was about ethics it would have included both the bakery and the wagashi shop. And the kids wold have to decide which one to open as a business, the traditional one or the profitable one. This would have explore paths the Japanese "educators" are very far from.
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In a country with thousands of porn films -half of them of the weirdest kind-, soaplands and teenagers prostitution, the Tokyo High Court finds this punishable!
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Notice that the linked website looks like it was built in 2001.
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So all that people in the picture is going to be sucking tax money.
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A 70 years old pointing finger politician, that thinks this is the 70's and nobody is going to question him.
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These people have no choice.
On the other hand, they will never have to do night shifts in a factory. They will just live like rich people.
I feel sorry for these Japanese women in 2017 who have to dress like they are in a Ken Loach film.
We are paying for these silly hats, and I bet they cost a fortune.
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1) to nurture an opportunity in which lifestyles can be changed to foment a greater sense of fulfillment and satisfaction; 2) lead to a strengthening of community functions and harmony in localities;
I can't believe Japanese people doesn't get furious listening to all that BS. But they just watch it on the news and nod in agreement.
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"contender for the Nobel literature prize"
Is Murakami really the best literature Japan has to offer?
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In any case, chocolate should be given both ways.
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Because We The Japanese.
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