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Posted in: The dismay of discovering you're working for organized crime See in context

The government should really outlaw and enforce this practice of having a guarantor for getting a job. Is simply rediculous.

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Posted in: NHK to revamp satellite broadcasting next April See in context

don`t they mail everyones bills now?? I heard it was costing more to send those bill collectors around than they were actually taking in. Morons!

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Posted in: Are you being served? See in context

How can one get invited to a cosplay party?

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Posted in: Japanese grappling with high cost of death See in context

A deteritorating economy, an aging population, the demise of the family farm, the inability to afford death. Sure are a lot of dire signs for Japan lately. I know they are a proud people. Is the SHOUGANAI really that strong here? Will the people not finally get fed up with an ineffective government system? Are things like Tokyo Skytree and hosting the World Cup(for example) really that important when so many other things are wrong? Such short sightedness. Hard times comin in the future. That`s all I can say.

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Posted in: Bicycle jam See in context

Great picture. I have always ridden a bicycle here in Japan. Best way to get around (most times).

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Posted in: Wi-fi taxi See in context

Wow! Wow! Wow! Wow! and Wow! All yummy girls. Yes, the OL look is really sexy.

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Posted in: Does J-pop really suck? See in context

Yes. We all can have our opinions. For me J-Pop sucks(and western pop too). What is to like? The bad singing? The bad lyrics? The inability to play an instrument?

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Posted in: 2 million Americans lose jobless benefits as holiday season arrives See in context

Boy. All of you people sound exactly like Michael Moore. I hope you were not the ones dissing him.

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Posted in: In malt we trust See in context

Amida. We dont buy it. People bring it to parties and then drink the more expensive real beer. Then we are left with it. Cant you read?

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Posted in: In malt we trust See in context

Is there such a thing as a beer snob?? Wine I can see but beer drinkers are not usually the snobby type. But if not liking crap tasting beer makes you a snob, then I guess I am one too.

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Posted in: In malt we trust See in context

The fake beers are just terrible. I have tried many of them and indeed do end up pouring them down the sink. I often have parties at my house for adult students. A few people always bring the dreaded fake beer. But do they drink it? NO! They drink my Sapporo or Ebisu or other nice beer that someone has been kind enough to bring. So on Sunday I am left with a fridge full of fake beer (which goes down the sink automatically now). Enough said about the fake beers. Good article! I agree that the tax does not make any sense when companies can get around it by just selling crap.

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Posted in: What is your view on all the fuss this week about pat-downs as part of security measures at U.S. airports? See in context

It is actually all just a huge conspiracy by the latex lobbyists. Don`t they use a new pair of latex gloves with every pat down? Hmm.

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Posted in: What is your view on all the fuss this week about pat-downs as part of security measures at U.S. airports? See in context

No big deal(I got patted down this summer at Pearson in Toronto) but it is another reason to avoid that place.

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Posted in: Anna Tsuchiya: 'No one could kill someone who looked like me' See in context

What a dolt!

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Posted in: What is the best way for the global community to deal with North Korea? See in context

Attack them? Ok. But what will China do. They are the wild card in all of this.

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Posted in: Why are Japanese women so eager to bare themselves? See in context

We are living in a golden age!

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Posted in: 'Space Battleship Yamato' blasts off See in context

These SMAP people just won`t go away. Just more evidence that it really takes no talent to be on TV or in a movie here.

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Posted in: Why do you think that Christmas decorations and illumination displays are put up so early in Japan? See in context

Put up so early to waste electricity. And then when someone complains about how early they are up, they can call them Scrooge. At least that is what all the mindless rednecks do in Canada. I wonder about here.

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Posted in: Man broadcasts own suicide live on video streaming site See in context

Perhaps he has parents and siblings trulymadlyfukai. Everyone is missed by someone.

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Posted in: Man broadcasts own suicide live on video streaming site See in context

Just another sad story. RIP.

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Posted in: 3,000 pairs of stolen panties found in home of underwear thief See in context

3000! Man. That guy has been busy.

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Posted in: Beijing denounces Nobel prize as a Western tool See in context

That`s it China. Keep distancing yourself from everyone else. Keep whining like a spoiled child. Has the Dalai Lama ever been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize??? Anyone know? If not, they should give it to him to make them whine even more. If he has, they should give it to him again. imomofo. CNN may not be the news but man, you are comparing it to Chinese news? Wow! Have fun when the Chinese are running your dream world. You would not be able to post the message you just posted. How would that be?

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Posted in: Windfalls from soaring yen not necessarily passed on to consumers See in context

But when situation is opposite, these companies don`t wait to raise their prices. Why the delay now? All a bunch of money-grubbing crooks. As for gas prices (especially heating oil) the prices are still too high. The should be rock bottom like about 6 years ago. Less than 100 Yen per litre.

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Posted in: Laugh-in See in context

He just asked her if she like to get a drink and hit a love hotel later in the evening.

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Posted in: Which electrical appliance in your home would you find it most difficult to live without? See in context

Just wondering if all the computer voters out there think that they could order all their food online or what? Imagine not even having milk in the house to make tea. And all your clothes you would sent out to be dry cleaned??? Man. You guys must be rich or like being stinky.

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Posted in: Which electrical appliance in your home would you find it most difficult to live without? See in context

Fridge totally. If anything, I think I was more connected before I used the internet all the time.

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Posted in: In Japan, the wheels of progress turn slowly, especially on roads See in context

OOps. I can SEE the segway....

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Posted in: In Japan, the wheels of progress turn slowly, especially on roads See in context

Speed on the espressways are fine. 100 or 120km/h is enough. Same as Canada. A huge country with very wide roads. What gets me is the national highways. The limit is often 50km/h which is what you are allowed to drive inside the city! This is the one that throws me. How can city speed and a highway speed be the same? As for the licensing. The writer got to it at the end, to make money and keep useless people employed. I can segway being a messy thing in Japan. Imagine the keitai abusers, smokers, pigbacking small children on these things. Here is Asia and things will likely never change.

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Posted in: Show of force See in context

A lot of ladies lined up there. I wonder if they put out a sexy calender or anything?

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Posted in: In Triumph See in context

Now if only they could make robot girls this hot.

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