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Posted in: Man accused of killing 19 disabled people disrupts trial See in context

Guilty.

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Posted in: How watching TV will change in the 2020s See in context

How about having interesting, high level programs that are informative and innovative. How about staggering ad times, so you can switch to another channel and not have to see an ad again.

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Posted in: Rod Stewart accused of hitting security guard outside children's party See in context

Loud mouth, arrogant ex singer

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Posted in: Near-death experience gives Naomi Osaka perspective See in context

Even champion swimmers have died. The sea is like a dangerous animal, it can turn at any moment

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Posted in: Drunk ANA flight attendant causes 4 domestic flights to be delayed in Fukuoka See in context

Whether she was or wasn't inebriated, rules are made for a reason

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Posted in: Tuna fetches ¥193.2 mil at New Year auction in Tokyo See in context

I don't see anything wrong. It's an auction. This is the nature of auctions, something is held up for sale, the highest bidder gets the item. Art, properties, jewellery, antiques have all been auctioned for astronomical prices, that8what auctions are about

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Posted in: 1 dead, 14 in hospital in Tokyo after choking on 'mochi' See in context

Some would say a sweet way to die - it's obvious these elderly people would risk life and limb for their 'annual treat'

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Posted in: U.S. starts sending asylum seekers across Arizona border See in context

You flee a country in fear of your life to be taken back there. Some great political strategist must have thought that one up

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Posted in: Mariah Carey first to score #1 hit in four different decades See in context

Saw her live years ago. All the bad press aside, she is professional and a true diva to boot

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Posted in: NHK's annual 'Kohaku' music show sees rating fall to record low See in context

special appearances by stars including comedian Takeshi Kitano and American rock band Kiss, 

Kiss of death by the sound of this

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Posted in: Ghosn seen on security camera leaving Tokyo home alone on Dec 29 See in context

The passport was kept in a locked box, doesn't say what kind of box. Could have been a cardboard box, plastic box, even a paper box can have a lock.

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Posted in: 'Murder Mystery' tops Netflix 2019 shows See in context

Where do they get these figures

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Posted in: Ghosn met Lebanese president after fleeing Japan See in context

If true, rest assured a huge sum of money will flow into the president's coffers

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Posted in: Turkey detains 7, including 4 pilots over Ghosn's escape through Istanbul See in context

I smiled when I heard he had fled, but now those who helped him are under arrest and he is Scot free, umm don't like the sound of that

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Posted in: Japan to greet New Year with ‘Kohaku,’ shrine visits, shopping and snowstorms See in context

Happy new year everyone! Sydney will ring in 2020 with fireworks to add to the already smoky atmosphere- way to go Sydney、very imaginative (said with tongue in cheek)

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Posted in: Actor Danny Aiello of 'Do the Right Thing' dies at 86 See in context

RIP

Why no picture? Put a picture up for goodness sake

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Posted in: Russia banned from Olympics but door open to Tokyo Games for athletes as 'neutrals' See in context

Russians nonetheless have a path to competing at the Tokyo Games as neutrals under the Olympic flag if they can demonstrate they are clean and meet conditions set by WADA.

Fair enough

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Posted in: 6 killed in New Jersey shootout, including police officer See in context

Imagine no guns

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Posted in: Man arrested on suspicion of racism at Manchester derby See in context

Racism has no place in football nor in society.

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Posted in: WADA bans Russia from Olympics for four years for doping See in context

Russia is not in the good books of the West. So any old rubbish (they turn a blind to wrongdoings to those in favour) any mud they can find to ostracise and discredit.

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Posted in: Will Smith campaigns against homelessness in New York See in context

@Andrew Crisp, how do you know Smith hasn't contributed to building homes for the homeless?

These days we need celebrities, people in the news, even the pope to highlight the weakness in our society, so I say, well done Will, keep up the great work

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Posted in: 3 bears captured at clinic storehouse in Niigata Pref See in context

Place them in a safe cave and let them hibernate

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Posted in: Empress celebrates 56th birthday See in context

Hope she gives the two fingers to all those hostile sour puss in the Imperial household who must have harassed, criticised and made her life uncomfortable for so many years

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Posted in: High court quashes ruling on fatal road rage case, jail term on technicality See in context

Evidence of bad driving everywhere in the world, evidence of lenient sentences for fatal crimes are everywhere in the world, so why all the comments on here as if this only happens in Japan

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Posted in: High school student 'forced' to quit school sues Kumamoto Prefecture for a single yen See in context

I remember years ago when my brother was so happy to become a cadet member of the territorial army (early teens), after a week he refused to go and became withdrawn. Turned out, he refused the initiation 'game' - being held down by older members and having your b*lls covered with black shoe polish and then being chased round the grounds to have more polish rubbed on you. I ask you, where do they get these ideas

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Posted in: Japanese doctor's family to bring body home from Afghanistan See in context

Very sad. RIP

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Posted in: Wizards rookie Rui Hachimura growing with each game in NBA See in context

Go fo it, Rui! Be the best and more

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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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