Maria Ybanez comments

Posted in: Man arrested for attempted murder of 9-year-old son See in context

Kenneth Gardner It sounds like you abandoned your kid and replaced him with new ones. He doesn't need another friend, he needs a father. And when you say you wife dumped the kid on you it sounds like you were 'forced' to see him. That's mean.

Anyway, you can have a child from another marriage and find a good person who will accept that. Not sure what this man reacted this way. Maybe he just wanted to hurt his wife the worst way possible.

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Posted in: Japanese chef brings taste of Fukushima to France See in context

Good for him. I understand not every product in Fukushima is contaminated, and the region must be reconstructed again. It's hard but it must be done little by little.

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Posted in: Death row inmate hanged; 6th execution since Abe became PM See in context

If we kill someone, even if we think that person deserves it, we will be always fearing that maybe we became killers too.

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Posted in: Man arrested for stealing 200 bicycle seats for their 'scent of a woman' See in context

Not, really, EWWW >_<!

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Posted in: Chinese boy, 6, has eyes gouged out in gruesome attack See in context

I can't believe a woman can be so heartless and hurt a child like that, and only for money. It doesn't matters how much money I need, I wold never think about doing such horrible act. And it's hard to believe, but this can happen on any country, even mine, not only China as some people says.

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Posted in: Chiba man arrested for inserting needles into food at convenience store See in context

There's people who are so deppressed and frustated about their own lifes that wants to make other people suffer as much as them. That's the root of bullying, rudeness and even violent acts against others. The only thing we can do if we got these feelings is look for professional help and learn to control our them, thinking about the consecuences and about the fact that even it's normal to feel frustrated sometimes is not nobody's fault.

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Posted in: Man attacks 3 children in stabbing spree on Tokyo street See in context

The officials and the woman acted quickly, so they could find the attacker, good for them. Japanese culture should take their citizens with a psychiatric past more seriously, and offer better threatment. What if I get hurt someday too? What about my friends?

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Posted in: Iwate assemblyman who compared hospital to prison on blog found dead in apparent suicide See in context

Well, maybe he exaggerated about how bad is being called by a number instead of a name at the hospital, but I don't consider that comment so bad that it should be critiziced at that level.

That complaint is not bad enough for getting fired, not even close. I thing society was being too sensitive and bothering with this social worker's comments, and wanted to use it as a scapegoat of their own feelings or thoughs.

I think we was on a fragile state of mind, so he couldn't handle all the pressure he got from others. I think this event should be a lesson for anyone who wants to critizice someone they don't know or understand.

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Posted in: Aging Japan complains over the noise of children See in context

I'm ok if children make noise, as long as they don't say rude things or damage things on purpose. Aren't japanese children nicer than other ones from other places? Here where I live children are very impolite and rude with each other, and that's the only thing that it bothers me. Besides, they should know children have several outdoor activities inside daycare centers and schools. It's not something rare or inusual, why complaint?

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Posted in: Hashimoto says comfort women system necessary for wartime troops See in context

After this, I think the only ones who support this man are people who doesn't knows about the pain the sex slaves suffered or the people who doesnt's have daughters or sisters so they can't understand the magnitude of his careless comments, the fact that he considers the rape of women as something necessary on those times should be enough for him to resign.

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Posted in: Hashimoto says comfort women system necessary for wartime troops See in context

Women's slavery and rape won't be never be ok, and their dignity is much more important than the "wellbeing" of the soldiers. They used these women as they were nothing, and then deny it. So terrible.

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Posted in: Assistant police inspector arrested for groping 15-year-old girl See in context

I'm sorry that I say this, but why did she hold it for near 10 minutes? She shouldn't have to feel ashamed for yelling or even hit her agressor in public, because her safety is first. And I feel angry because nobody inside the train realized what he was doing. We need to me more concious that those things happens everyday around us and help those victims of sexual harassement.

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Posted in: Depressing suicide prevention posters cause controversy in Kobe See in context

I think the reason of these posters is to show you you're not alone, that these moments of distress are normal and you can ask for help if you want, without feel ashamed for it. Maybe people who see the posters and feel uneasy can see their feelings trought them, but they are reluctant to admit it. I consider they should let them there, just put some explanation about it and show the phone number for some information.

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Posted in: 39-year-old man arrested for paying 14-year-old girl for sex See in context

Why would I care more about getting money than my dignity and my body? I can't understand girls nowadays. When I was touched by a guy when I was 5 years old and he asked me to do something horrible, I quickly said no, because inside of me I knew it was wrong. These kind of news kill me.

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Posted in: Japan trying to confirm N Korean missile launch status See in context

The only reason I would wish americans would fight North Korea is in order to liberate the people from their concentration camps. I saw a report about it on CNN and it seems terrible. I don't like wars but maybe is the only way to save them.

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Posted in: Mexican president: Japan a role model for social development See in context

There's a lot of good people in Mexico that only want a better life, but we live under the influence of merciless thiefs and drug dealers that makes our country like an awful place. I don't really know if we will get better someday, but we have to deal with it everyday.

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Posted in: Man arrested for trying to kill woman with poisoned shoes See in context

I feel so bad for this woman. Just because a bad person got interest on her, she lost part of her body and her emotional health for this sad event.

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Posted in: Mother gets 30 years for letting 2 kids starve to death See in context

I'm concerned about how the boyfriend didn't know about these 2 children. Did he think they were been taken care of for their grandparents of someone else? Should he be judged too?

I don't know if someone else knew about the children. Some families are completely isolated from others and don't think about asking for help if something is wrong. If I had children and had difficult times raising them I would look for support from other, because I don't consider it embarrasing and it's for my children's health.

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Posted in: Japan’s curious compulsory appetizers See in context

The only thing that I didn't like about them is that sometimes are too cold or got seafood on it ^-^;. Anyway, it's fun to try eating new things that you won't find outside Japan^-^.

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Posted in: 4 men arrested for employing 14-year-old girl at brothel See in context

Why a little girl would care more about money than her own safety and dignity? I was abused when I was 5 year old, so I can't get it at all >_<!

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Posted in: McDonald’s Japan announces Maccha Oreo McFlurry and milkshake See in context

I loved maccha icecream flavor. I used to eat it often when I lived in Japan, and I can't wait to eat more when I go back^-^. Besides, it's healthier than chocolate!

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Posted in: Venezuelan President Chavez dies of cancer at 58 See in context

Even if he was wrong and caused several problems to his country, dying of cancer is always a sad, painful thing. I hope he didn't have suffered and that Venezuela gets forward.

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Posted in: Saitama man dies after hospitals reject him 36 times See in context

I remember when I got influenza in Tokyo. A friend took me to the nearest hospital, a pretty big one, and even when my fever was close to 42 and had insurance, they didn't allowed me to stay there., because the lack of beds. They told me to keep taking my pills and go back home. I had to hold it by myself for a week, and I ended getting panic attacks after I recovered because the big scare I got :(.

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Posted in: First gay wedding held at Tokyo Disney Resort See in context

They look so beautiful and happy, I envy them so much^-^! Congratulations and I hope to see more gay and lesbian weddings around Japan in the future.

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Posted in: Old age far from gentle for Japan's homeless See in context

Kimokekahuna Hawaii, it's very easy to judge people when you are not at their same situation. Instead of feeling bad for them, you see them as wortless human beings because you see yourself as a success example in japanese society. Homeless people sometimes is getting too old for working, and shelters are not doing a proper job in Japan. Instead of thinking about yourself and how perfect you are, you should get more emphaty for others and become a better person.

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Posted in: 'Space balls' keep your apartment dust free See in context

I want one of those ^^!

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Posted in: Aso says elderly should be allowed to 'hurry up and die' See in context

Some things would have sound much better coming from another person, with more sensibility. I understand that maybe old people who is very sick should be allowed if they want to die peacefully, but I don't think the government's money is something you should consider before them.

He should have said "wealthy people", instead of "rich jews" at least T_T...

He can be honest, but needs some diplomacy.

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Posted in: Increasing number of Japanese men opt for bachelorhood See in context

I don't want to get married yet neither. I want to enjoy my late-given independence and see what do I want in life^-^.

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Posted in: Elderly woman in serious condition after grandson punches her See in context

I understand that taking care of someone with senile dementia is hard, but instead of looking for support why would I hurt her? Is not her fault at all. I don't know too much about japanese facilities, but what if they had hired a personal nurse? What if they get her in an institution where she could have received personal care and support from other old patients like her?

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Posted in: Death row inmates want prior warning instead of being told on day of execution See in context

I had no idea of this kind of threatment to prisioners, it shocked me. It must be the most terrible feeling to know you're going to die at a couple of hours. Even they are murderers, I can't aprove it.

I consider that this is not only about the criminals, but about their families as well. We have to consider their family members want them to be threated with humanity, even they did terrible things. We can't do things that make us look as cold human beings, because we can be better than that.

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