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Posted in: Department store reviews plan for staff to wear menstruation badges after outcry See in context

That female employee must be the apple of the male execs. Now she should suggest paid leave when women are on their periods, higher pay and a chance for 50% of women to sit on the board, let's see who listens to that

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Posted in: Man pleads guilty over deadly knife rampage on bullet train See in context

If he attempted a robbery in a jewellery store, or if he went round a station pointing a toy gun, he'd get his time in prison. Why kill?

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Posted in: Man arrested for keeping body of 83-year-old mother at home for 4 months See in context

We don't know this guy's mental ability. Age doesn't necessarily mean he's the full quid. Also, shock and grief can make people act strangely. When a situation happens and nothing is done about it, it's very hard to then do something about it.

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Posted in: Man shot dead in Hyogo Pref in possible gang feud See in context

Used to live near one of their houses/office in Nara, it was a decorative red brick detached building with large automatic gates. Big cars with blacked out windows would arrive and leave, the gates would silently open and close. Always felt creepy walking past

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Posted in: Australian volunteer firefighter charged with lighting 7 bushfires See in context

Hope he gets the sack

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Posted in: China overtakes U.S. in number of diplomatic missions See in context

If there's no limit to having posts, then any country can go for it, so why not China

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Posted in: Japan's 1st bill to punish hate speech submitted in Kawasaki See in context

Bringing discrimination into the news is good. It opens up a healthy debate and make people think of their words and actions

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Posted in: Actress Sawajiri’s detention for drug possession extended another 10 days See in context

police are trying to identify the means through which she has been obtaining the drugs.

The police should ask the snitch who ratted on her

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Posted in: Man arrested for writing graffiti on centuries-old Kyoto temple did so for extremely weird reason See in context

Banksy paints and the world praises and everyone looks happy

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Posted in: Famed Tokyo sushi restaurant Jiro dropped from Michelin gourmet guide See in context

Hey people, don't mention or praise kaiten sushi too much because before we know it, it'll end up in the Michelin guide, then we're all done for

1 ( +1 / -0 )

Posted in: Nuclear watchdog approves restart of Miyagi reactor hit by 2011 tsunami See in context

Start looking for an alternative folks

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Posted in: Itochu employee gets 3 years in prison in China for endangering national security See in context

All countries have spies, that's natural. The rule of thumb is, know your spy and keep a close watch. Arrest, and lots of dirty laundry gets aired in public

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Posted in: Taylor Swift puts rancor aside, smashes all-time American Music Award record See in context

Yes, it's all about the publicity. This is called a great publicity stunt that paid dividends

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Posted in: Michael Jackson Hollywood movie reported in the works See in context

One of the greatest artist ever. Talented, prolific, kind ( massive amount of money he donated to charities). I'm hoping this film will focus that

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Posted in: Death of K-pop star Goo Hara stirs bullying debate See in context

Not only Asian countries but England has is fair share of suicides by young people. RIP

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Posted in: Better living through gambling at Japan’s 'Day Service Las Vegas' See in context

I think it's a fantastic idea. My mum would love a place like this - it offers excitement, fun and a good way to make friends. She used to go to day service (uk) found it so boring she refuses to go anymore. Also, it caters for all people (great!) Many with dementia attend, if you want to make conversation you'd have to look elsewhere

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Posted in: High turnout in Hong Kong vote seen as referendum on protest See in context

Very democratic

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Posted in: Pope urges world leaders to renounce atomic weapons See in context

Say it as it is, Francis. Even if one person makes an effort to achieve peace, your visit would have been successful

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Posted in: 80-year-old woman hit, killed by bullet train in Fukushima See in context

People will always wander on/around the tracks, whether it's accessible or not. They have their own agenda

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Posted in: Pope meets Hiroshima A-bomb survivors See in context

Talk of peace and denouncing the use of atomic weapons should always make front page news. Lest we forget

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Posted in: Gov't to spend ¥400 bil to supply more PCs to schools See in context

Spend money on giving children much needed skills. First aid classes, parenting classes, learning how to drive (simulation), communication skills, DIY, gardening, growing food. Give them skills, they all own a smartphone and could show the teacher a thing or two. Basic everyday skills are just as important as IT skills

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Posted in: Pope Francis arrives in Japan See in context

Welcome Pope Francis.

the only country to have suffered atomic bombings -- in 38 years.

Bikini islands, Lop Nor in China, atolls of the Pacific, Algeria. 8 countries have detonated 2,056 nuclear test explosions

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Posted in: Get moving! Four in five adolescents don't exercise enough: WHO See in context

Did we really need WHO to tell us what are eyes are seeing. Not in Japan, but Europe and the Americas, overweight children seem to be everywhere. WHO should focus on constructive things to do to prevent and stop this unhealthy trend

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Posted in: Knee replacement doesn't solve sexual problems See in context

You've got to be kidding me. So, a person with low sex drive thinks: what can I do? Oh, I know, I'll have a knee replacement. Ludicrous

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Posted in: Apple cancels world premiere of film 'The Banker' after unspecified 'concerns' See in context

Last week some concerns surrounding the film were brought to our attention,

What concerns. I've no idea

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Posted in: Search continues for 12-year-old girl who vanished 5 days ago in Osaka See in context

Wha's with the comments about her photo, it's perfectly good and probably that's how she usually looks

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Posted in: Apple supplier Japan Display says exec embezzled ¥578 mil See in context

The mind boggles

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Posted in: Actress Sawajiri tests negative after admitting drug use See in context

I think it just goes to show she was sold some talcum powder as a drug

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Posted in: Man gets 18 years in prison for murder of IT lecturer-blogger last year See in context

What we see online (and not face to face) can be misconstrued in a detrimental way.

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Posted in: Teacher's kick leaves student with broken bone at prestigious Tokyo school See in context

Look what he did was unacceptable, but we need to know the full circumstances. If it's the first time and he is an exemplary teacher, a warning should be enough. There are not enough good teachers around, and remember one swallow ....

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