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Posted in: Company president arrested for slamming employee's 6-year-old son's head on floor See in context

I have a 1 year old son. My first born. I dont give a !"#$ if you are my boss, the company CEO, whoever. You lay your hand on my boy, regardless if we are drinking, friends, buddies, or anything... You lay your hand on my son and I will make sure you will stop breathing.

I hope he rots in jail, and gets his head slammed repeatedly!

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Posted in: Man arrested after 18-year-old girl stabbed on train platform at Sendai station See in context

from the description of the suspect, I can safely deduce it was MARIO trying to hide his identity by wearing blue instead of red.

your welcome, society.

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Posted in: Nice lunch for athletes See in context

Looked em up, and they got it wrong. Yuki Ishii is the one on the right. lmao

Moderator: Thanks for pointing that out.

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Posted in: Philippine crime war packs decaying jails See in context


Not sure why you compare our president with Donald trump. His accomplishment as mayor of his city alone should prove otherwise, but since it seems you are judging based solely on what you know, let me give you some facts. Below is a small list of achievements he has done during his first month as president, all of which he did immediately while all the former presidents before him couldnt do in SIX YEARS.

-During his first month, thousands of suspected/ alleged pushers were arrested by vigilantes and Philippine National Police. -Dissolve Party lists -Phasing out End of contractualization -911 and 8888 Hotlines were made to handle citizen’s concern and other emergency purposes. It can be used to complain and government officials whose not doing their job. -Pension hike for SSS pensioners, worth 2000 pesos will be added (Still in the process doing this push this bill in the congress. -Peaceful State of the Nation Address, which hasnt happened in YEARS. First wherein there was no violence or protests. -unilateral ceasefire with communist, in order to go in peace talks.

visits AFP soldiers in hospitals http://www.sunstar.com.ph/manila/local-news/2016/08/02/duterte-visits-wounded-soldiers-afp-hospital-488930

I could go on and on about what he has done, and has been doing. It's all for the PEOPLE. The people love him, and he has done so many, proven a lot. He rules with an iron fist, sure. But he cares about the people he rule. His ways are definitely unique and might come as harsh, eccentric, but he knows what it takes to rule the Philippines and Filipino's. He is someone we need right now to set things straight and remove drugs / corruption from the country.

Before you talk trash and judge someone, maybe think twice and realize you dont know what youre talking about.

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Posted in: Man arrested for posting false tweet claiming lion on the loose after Kumamoto quake See in context

People are quick to judge those who fell for this picture as dumb or "living in la la land". Not everyone are expect when it comes to technology. A lot of older generation are now using twitter as well. People generally do not pay close attention to small details like the street name, etc. Its the SHOCK factor; once they see the description, and lion, it's only natural for people to panic and worry. Expecting the general population to be a smart individual who is aware that the internet is dark and full of weirdos, is just dumb. People got scared, and afraid, and it's natural. Its humane. its the intiial reaction, and dont expect everyone to be as "intelligent" as you guys.

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Posted in: Man arrested for posting false tweet claiming lion on the loose after Kumamoto quake See in context

Best use a different account for that sort of trickery.

you know they can trace your IP regardless of the account you used, right? best NOT to do those silly stuffs

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Posted in: Man arrested for posting false tweet claiming lion on the loose after Kumamoto quake See in context

good for you, you got your minutes of fame! all eyes on you! yahoo!! banzai!! youre famous!!! enjoy those tweets and likes from prison!

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Posted in: Knife-wielding man injures 4 in Fukushima library See in context

Luckily nobody was seriously hurt. Everybody seems to bash the police, but it seems they came quick enough and prevented worse.

Not sure why you're getting downvoted with that comment. You're right, it's good that they rushed in there. Although no one was seriously hurt, those who got hurt are now probably scarred and will avoid libraries for the time being. Hope the lunatic gets long jailtime.

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Posted in: Truck attacker kills at least 84, injures scores during Bastille Day celebration in Nice See in context

my heart goes to the victim's families..no one deserves this. my god, France isnt a safe place to live in after all these attacks in recent memory. I really condemn this terrorists and hope they all burn in hell.

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Posted in: Taking a break See in context

lol.. the guy just wanted some kyuukei.. bad luck sarari-man, takes a break, gets pictured, uploaded in national article website..

poor sarari-man cant catch a break!

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Posted in: Man murders boss over unfavorable employment conditions  See in context

sorry, yes, i meant i dont condone his actions! not a native english speaker.. but you guys get my point ;)

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Posted in: Man murders boss over unfavorable employment conditions  See in context

while i condone his actions and hope he gets what he deserves, I'd like to have them check that workplace the dude was running. He probably employs overseas workers, provides them visa and treats them like a slave here.. in which, would have a more clearer picture as to what drove the dude to murder his boss.

Not saying its valid to murder someone who does that kind of stuff.. but there are a lot of people here who do that. Especially to factory workers, etc..

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Posted in: 37-year-old man arrested on suspicion of stealing 300 anime trading cards from even older fan See in context

Public enemy number 1 right there LMAO hahaha..well.. theft is theft and a crime done must be a crime paid.. confiscate all his card collections, auction it for 1yen each, give some to two year olds, and watch him go banana's.

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Posted in: Woman apparently killed by bear in Akita forest See in context

I cant think of any reason why the name isnt being released. Is she even real?

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Posted in: Man shoves girlfriend into sea at Yokohama’s Yamashita Park See in context

... i guess they are no longer together then.. :p

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Posted in: A-bomb survivors want Obama to meet them, apologize in Hiroshima See in context

How about they apologize to the survivors of all those who they have raped and treated as comfort women in the Philippines / Korea? yeah, thought so.

Sorry for biting more than you can chew, and paying the price for it.

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Posted in: Philippine president-elect to offer cabinet posts to rebels, reimpose death penalty See in context


I know how i must sound to you, and I actually agree with you with ALL of your points. I never once said that his words and jokes are in any way acceptable. Those arent something I would want to teach my son. So please dont think of me as someone who condone that.

That said, when you have the most corrupt country in the world, corrupted for decades.. manipulated and monopolized by only a handful of families sharing most of the wealth.. and you have candidates running for presidency.

one is proven corrupt (has graft and corruption charges against him and his entire family) one is a daughter of a famous actor who died, has barely any experience one is from same party as the current president, who failed to tackle corruption, and has various questionable leadership experience (Billions of dollars donated to philippines during mega-typhoon, didnt go to the people) one is a bookwise, tough lawyer but unpopular to many, and one foul mouthed small city mayor who is loved by his city, and has proven track record for 20 years.

When your choice for presidency are mostly corrupt officials, Duterte was the obvious choice. Anyone else, we would be back in the corrupt state that we are in. The rich gets richer, and the poor gets poorer.. however more poorer they can become.

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Posted in: Philippine president-elect to offer cabinet posts to rebels, reimpose death penalty See in context


the "son of a whore" was mentioned in Filipino language, and is just translated literally into english as such. That's why i'm explaining to you, that curse in Filipino is used to degrade the person, not the person's mother.. though it is how it means when you translate it literally.

I do hope he isnt a massively corrupt leader. The Philippines is one of the most corrupted government in the whole world, and for the very reason that we keep falling for leaders that talk nice, promises the heavens and sounds like an angel.

Like someone said.. In the Philippines, There's been too many leaders who said good and did bad.. it's time for a leader who says bad and do good.

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Posted in: Philippine president-elect to offer cabinet posts to rebels, reimpose death penalty See in context

that millions of money that he was accused of, was not proven. the senator who accused him could not identify sources, and used fake documents. All part of the Philippine election fiasco that you are not familiar with. All his enemies were trying to put him down before the campaign ends, and everyone saw through it. He is a proven Mayor of Davao for 20 years and everyone over there, even outside the city, LOVE him and his family. Someone corrupt and stole millions wouldnt have gotten the same reception. He is a proven leader who has cleaned his city. the "Son of a whore" is a literal translation, which wouldnt be understood by outsiders. That curse that he made wasnt a direct attack to the pope's mom, but to the pope. Albeit, a very bad remark about the Pope which earned him lots of raised eyebrows, his desire to meet up isnt a pretend of not meaning what he said. He outright said he will meet the pope to ask for apology personaly.

look up his work and you will know that he DOES do what he says he will do. And he outright said there will be blood with this upcoming change, and yet the people voted for him. People of the Philippines are crying for a change, and he is the only one who can bring it. btw, he did not say anything about executing kids who party. He said he will enforce curfew for kids.

Again, while I do believe you say you come from a worse place, and I hate saying stuff like philippines cannot be understand by outsiders.. for this case, I cannot help but say so.

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Posted in: Philippine president-elect to offer cabinet posts to rebels, reimpose death penalty See in context

If Duerte feels so strongly about rapists that he wants to "double hang them" then he shouldn't joke about committing the act of rape in person and try to laugh it off later. He also joked about raping an already dead victim.

it was a bad joke indeed. He is an open book, and has shown no attempt to hide the fact that he has a bad mouth. However, he is the most cleanest Politician in the Philippines, and will bring good change that the country deserves.

If his whole "tough on criminals" stance boils down to reimposing the death penalty and a few other one fix all laws the Philippines may see a lot of people get executed as a quick fix. We really dont care. I want ALL the criminals, rapist, robbers and thieves to perish. Why not? If this imposes fear on the people and prevent them from making crime, it makes the country a lot safer, then i see no bad in it. If you're not even Filipino and didnt grew up in the Philippines, then you cannot possibly understand.

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Posted in: Australian couple whose three children died on MH17 welcome baby See in context

I hope that they don't over compensate and protect her too much, which would be a sad thing, but either way I hope the new baby brings them some joy and happiness.

Honestly, i wouldnt blame them even if they do. I'm a father of one, about to be two.. I cannot even imagine the hell this couple went through. They deserve this baby and I am so happy for them. However they want to love this baby, they should. No regrets.

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Posted in: GPlus Media launches service to help foreigners find high-quality rental housing in Japan See in context

What if you are not an english speaking foreigner? Then what?

I hope you're not demanding this company to support every language in the world. Cause that's just silly. English is the universal language, and it is no shock that it is the first thing they cover. Cant see the sense in that? What if you are not an english speaking foreigner, you ask? Well, I ask you, how do you communicate with people when you go international? Do you go to other countries and ask why they do not support and only english?

I'm sorry, I dont mean to be rude.

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Posted in: Elementary school teacher caught lifting man's wallet on train See in context

to be quite honest.. after reading the headlines, my first thought was..

"....thank god it isn't a schoolgirl's skirt he lifted.. just a man's wallet.." lol

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Posted in: Woman arrested for killing 6-year-old son in Osaka See in context

I really dont mind the suicide / dying together part, as long as they reverse the order and kill themselves FIRST. Geez.. such morons. Another life wasted by a selfish and coward mother.

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Posted in: Seoul says N Korean missile launch appears to have failed See in context

Lol. Nailed it.

Someone's gonna get fed to the dogs.

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Posted in: Body of newborn baby in plastic bag found at hospital entrance See in context

sigh.. Another angel got robbed of a chance in life by an immature mother. And when I mean immature, I dont necessarily mean those under 20.. regardless of age, the person who did this must be very immature, not to mention heartless.

rest in peace little one. I hope your soul goes back and that time, be with a better parent.

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Posted in: What is your definition of happiness? See in context

Living your life the way you want, with a family that loves you.

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Posted in: 6-year-old girl falls to death from 43rd floor balcony in Osaka See in context

oh my god... speechless.

rest in peace... this breaks my heart.

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Posted in: 63-year-old man beaten, run over in Ibaraki See in context

10.45am + thursday + unemployed + beer guess it's a pretty obvious formula.

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Posted in: JR East to introduce numbering system at all stations in Tokyo See in context

awesome!! Hope they keep making it more easier for foreign people, so that I do not have to escort my parents everytime haha

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