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Posted in: Gang leader killed boy, say 2 other suspects See in context

Bad parenting, Tessa, or a lack of parenting in my opinion. A harsh society which has no room for those who are different or weak, and rewards the strong conformist. The boys that murdered Ryota need to pay for the hurt they have caused to Ryota, his family and to society as a whole.

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Posted in: Leonard Nimoy, famous as Mr Spock on 'Star Trek,' dies at 83 See in context

Sweet dreams Leonard. You made so many people happy in your life, I pray you have peace now.

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Posted in: KFC potato chips return to Japan this spring See in context

They are nowhere near as good as maple and bacon kettle chips...

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Posted in: 43-year-old woman arrested for spraying graffiti on over 200 telephone poles See in context

Poor crazy lady, sounds like she needs help and medication. Definately shouldnt have been left in charge of kids!

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Posted in: Gang leader killed boy, say 2 other suspects See in context

They need to be tried as adults and be subject to the death penalty if the judge so decides.

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Posted in: Cholesterol no longer a concern: U.S. experts See in context

7-11 Cleo...they always have butter here, but none to be found in Life or Seiyu. Real food - butter, eggs, steak, wont hurt you, but the fake sweetener, margerine and so on is not meant for human consumption.

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Posted in: Which music from the past 60 years do you think people will still be listening to 100 years from now? See in context

Early Bob Dylan, the Velvets, Townes Van Zandt, Joni Mitchell, of course Hendrix. Sadly the Beatles will still be around.

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Posted in: Kawasaki boy told friend on Line he might get killed See in context

In my experiences what Yubaru says is pretty much how it goes, and when social services do get involved, they do not have powers to enter a property against the will of the parents. Anyway, this family did not need social services, she was doing perfectly well providing for her son. It is the bully's families who were in need of their children receiving special guidance, the bully's families making monsters. This boy was not trouble, he clearly was victimized by some of his peers. At 3am, the mother was likely sleeping and the boy snuck out. That again, was absolutely not her fault. I snuck out at 13, while my parents were in bed, lots of kids do it.

No one is to blame apart from the murderer/s.

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Posted in: Flu shot protects against new H7N9 strain: study See in context

I am just getting over the flu. The children had it very mildly, I have been more unwell. We are all alive, stayed in the house so we didnt spread it, wore masks to the hospital to get some treatment for the symptoms and did not take public transportation there. Now we have natural immunity which is far more wide ranging and effective than the immunity given by the shot.

http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2012/09/18/flu-shot-increases-flu-illness.aspx

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Posted in: Kawasaki boy told friend on Line he might get killed See in context

I wish he had told someone who could have done something to save him. People shouldnt judge the parents, it isn't easy to make money to support a family, especially after a divorce, something has to give, and a boy of his age shouldn't need very close monitoring. Try making a child go to school forcing them to, when they are that big and you have to get to work in the morning before you judge the poor woman. Disillusioned, what social services? They are virtually non-existent here, and do not have the powers child services do in other countries. The kid needed the help of the cops and his mother. I am so sad for him and for his family that he did't feel able to ask them to help him.

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Posted in: Body of naked 13-year-old boy found on riverbank in Kawasaki See in context

Oh his poor poor mother. Poor poor boy. That is beyond anything anyone should ever have to cope with.

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Posted in: 17-year-old gives birth in toilet; dumps infant by river See in context

Evil girl. I hope she never gets the chance to know the joy of being a mother after this. She killed a baby - her baby, and deserves prison. At 17 she knew exactly what she was doing, and proved herself capable of murder. She deserves prison,and a lot of it.

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Posted in: Japanese tourist says guide in India raped her See in context

It was not this woman's fault, with one tiny caveat. India is a dangerous place for women, it is very rapey, and she should have known this before she visited, and taken extra care if she still wanted to go. No daughter of mine would ever be allowed, I dont care how old she was, no way would they be allowed to take such willful risks with their safety. I dont care if I have to beg or guilt trip, she simply would not be going.

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Posted in: Vaccines: The best way to persuade parents is the worst for kids See in context

I didn't say the kids never caught anything - whooping cough, chicken pox, and mumps when they were smaller, and they came through perfectly well, with no long term problems. I was not vaccinated as a child and had all of it - measles included. Children are suffering - from the effects of vaccinations, which if they occur are long term, and threatening to their quality of life. Kid's recover from childhood illnesses, which are wildly overstated in their level of risk.

As for measles before vaccination - http://vaxtruth.org/2012/01/measles-perspective/ explains it far better than I can.

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Posted in: Vaccines: The best way to persuade parents is the worst for kids See in context

..So her first child sadly died of a disease for which there is no vaccination, and she was exposed to measles during a doctor's visit along with her child, but that baby was not sick at the time of writing, and I can see nothing saying it ever developed measles or was damaged as a result. What is that meant to prove, other than the fact that the pro vaccination crowd get slightly hysterical? Also people who have been vaccinated develop measles, so who is to say the person that exposed her was not one of the not insignificant number who go on to develop it anyway?

http://www.collective-evolution.com/2014/01/22/a-mothers-struggle-your-child-is-vaccine-injured-just-like-mine/

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Posted in: Vaccines: The best way to persuade parents is the worst for kids See in context

Any amount of poison introduced into a baby is not acceptable. Some children are damaged by vaccines, and the ones who appear to have fallen for big pharma/government lies appear to be you deluded lot that they have you and your children's best interests at heart.

Mary Megson, MD explained that autistic children have a total deficiency of Vitamin A as early on as 15 months of age. Her research shows it is directly related to the MMR (Measles, Mumps, Rubella) vaccine. Also in her research she found the Pertussis toxoid found in the DPT shot disrupted certain proteins needed for retinal formation. This finding accounts for the prevalence of night blindness and loss of 3 dimensional vision in autistic children.

John O'Leary, Ph.D. in molecular biology found measles virus in the gut of 96% of autistic children compared to 6.6% of normal children. Dr. O'Leary reports that the virus did not come from natural sources it came from the MMR vaccine. He also stated finding the measles virus in 75% of children with Crohn's Disease.

V. Singh, MD studied over 400 cases of autism and found that these children experienced an autoimmune episode, in which their bodies where made to attack their own nervous system. He stated that 55% of the families stated that the autism appeared after the MMR vaccine and 33% stated autism appeared after the DPT vaccine was administered.

Andrew Wakefield, MD noted an almost 100% incidence of Lymphoid Nodular Hyperplasia or swollen lumps throughout the intestinal system of autistic children. The condition typically follows soon after the MMR shot is administered. He also found that the intestine of newborns cannot function properly because of this swollen condition thus allowing undigested toxins to be stored in the liver.

You chose to ignore the evidence of dangers, the incidences of children who have suffered damage. But there are well qualified medics and scientists who disagree with you.

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Posted in: Vaccines: The best way to persuade parents is the worst for kids See in context

It is very easy to pick and chose which studies to pay attention to, and which to dismiss as bunk science.

Im glad I refrained from vaccinating my children, I firmly believe it is what is best for them, and we can only do what is best for our children, because other people sure do not give a passing regard for what is best for them. Im sure you are all doing what you believe is best for your children too.

Formaldehyde is highly toxic to all animals, regardless of method of intake. Ingestion of 30 mL (1 oz.) of a solution containing 37% formaldehyde has been reported to cause death in an adult human.[35] Water solution of formaldehyde is very corrosive and its ingestion can cause severe injury to the upper gastrointestinal tract.

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Posted in: Vaccines: The best way to persuade parents is the worst for kids See in context

Vaccines contain toxins - Measles and Mumps Live Virus Vaccine: (M-M-Rvax) Made by Merck. Injected into one year old babies. Contains gelatin, sorbitol, sodium chloride, bovine cow serum, and human albumin.

Diptheria, Tetanus and Polio Vaccine: Five injections given between 2 and 6 years of age, plus boosters "recommended" every 10 years. Contains formaldehyde, phenoxyethanol and aluminum phosphate.

DTaP, IPV, HBV and Hib*: (Diphtheria, tetanus, polio, hepatitis B and Haemophilus influenza type B) Given to infants 2 to 12 months with boosters less than a year later. Contains aluminum hydroxide, formaldehyde, and bovine cow serum.

Are you seriously saying formaldehyde, aluminium hydroxide and sorbitol are not toxins? How about Thimerosal?

I am saying the non-vaccinated are no more risk to the immunocompromised than someone with a cold. It is not just measles, mumps and rubella which hurt the immunocompromised. The only way to ensure their safety is a clean environment which is best provided in a medical institution.

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Posted in: Chiba woman arrested for killing daughters aged 4, 1 See in context

Just plain evil. That poor man, having to return home knowing his wife had killed his girls. A lot of mothers don't have a support system and cannot take a break from the kids, they get on with it, or find a way to take a bit of time out like every other responsible adult. RIP Renoa and Reisa.

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Posted in: Vaccines: The best way to persuade parents is the worst for kids See in context

Injecting a baby with an immature immune system full of vaccines which may cause a bad reaction leading to health problems, and doesnt even provide total immunity is not even close to being the same thing as an adult taking medication for the flu.

Burning Bush, I agree with you completely.

As for the immunocompromised, it is more than measles that hurt them, a common cold, which cannot be vaccinated against, bronchitis, pneumonia, there are many risks out there in the big wide world for people with those issues which are not subject to vaccination, they properly belong in a clean environment in hospital, not risking their own lives out on the streets. That is absolutely no reason for me to go pumping toxins into my children.

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Posted in: Book containing Charlie Hebdo cartoons of Muhammad goes on sale See in context

This is about the only time Ild welcome the nationalists in their black vans, and the whole ware ware nihonjin attitude. I hope Japan fights back as a society against the cancer of radical Islam.

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Posted in: Vaccines: The best way to persuade parents is the worst for kids See in context

If these vaccines work, and people take them who want to, the unvaccinated are surely no danger to anyone apart from each other and that is a risk that they have already decided to take.

Those with compromised immune systems can be killed by any random illness and properly belong in isolation to protect themselves.

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Posted in: Vaccines: The best way to persuade parents is the worst for kids See in context

The only way I would vaccinate is it it was a categorical CANNOT.

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Posted in: Vaccines: The best way to persuade parents is the worst for kids See in context

The current President of Merck’s Vaccines Division, Julie Gerberding confirmed to CBS News when she was Director of the US Centres for Disease Control that: Now, we all know that vaccines can occasionally cause fevers in kids. So if a child was immunized, got a fever, had other complications from the vaccines. And if you’re predisposed with the mitochondrial disorder, it can certainly set off some damage. Some of the symptoms can be symptoms that have characteristics of autism.“

https://childhealthsafety.wordpress.com/2010/06/30/vaccination-causes-autism-%E2%80%93-say-us-government-merck%E2%80%99s-director-of%C2%A0vaccines/

That sounds to me like an admission that vaccines CAN cause autistic like damage in some children.

http://phys.org/news/2011-03-japan-sixth-infant-death-vaccination.html

How about the parents of these poor babies who died after being vaccinated?

There are questions over the safety of vaccines, whether you like to admit there are or not, and those questions were enough for me not to vaccinate my children.

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Posted in: Vaccines: The best way to persuade parents is the worst for kids See in context

It says a lot when the proponents of one side of an debate resort to personal insults. I don't know you, Sioux, nor do I wish to, but you also do not know me. Why don't you try being civil to other people from behind your computer screen.

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Posted in: Vaccines: The best way to persuade parents is the worst for kids See in context

NVIC's co-founders worked with Congress on the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act of 1986, which acknowledged that vaccine injuries and deaths are real and that the vaccine injured and their families should be financially supported and that vaccine safety protections were needed in the mass vaccination system.

http://www.nvic.org/injury-compensation.aspx

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Posted in: Gov't defends seizing journalist's passport over Syria travel plan See in context

They should let people go, but no negotiations, discussions or rescue attempts when the inevitable happens and these fools get abducted.

I am all for personal freedom, but handing Isis bargining chips in the form of "journalists" is not the smartest plan.

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Posted in: Hawaiian-inspired loco moco and kalua pork burgers coming to McDonald’s Japan See in context

They look absolutely awful, but nothing in Macdonalds tastes good, and the last time I ate one, left me feeling sick. Why oh why cant we have in and out burger in Japan!

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Posted in: Vaccines: The best way to persuade parents is the worst for kids See in context

I agree it is not proven that vaccinations cause autism, cancer or other health problems, but it is commonly accepted that they can "injure" and funds are set up for the victims of vaccine injury. Ild just rather that my children were not part of the proof that they can cause health problems, when childhood diseases are no big problem for modern day medicine to deal with.

I would much rather, however, that other people would refrain from calling me stupid, ignorant or suggesting that I am willfully injuring my children by refusing to vaccinate, thank you.

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Posted in: Dylan turns into music critic in rare speech See in context

As I said before, Patti Smith and Leonard Cohen are still putting on great shows and producing excellent music. It is not about an older musician disappearing, it is the quality of his current output. Dylan is putting out Sinatra covers and is virtually inaudible, upsinging the whole time to cover the fact he has no voice left at all, and it is embarrassing to witness.

Tempest was boring, modern times and Love and theft were very patchy, Desire had maybe 2 good tracks. The last stroke of absolute brilliance were on Blood on the Tracks. Now singing "one enchanted evening" on his latest offering, my head is in my hands wishing he would just stop it.

Bob is Bob and no doubt will carry on to the bitter end, Im glad he is still pleasing some of his fans, but this one would never pay to see him live again.

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