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Posted in: Agency admits two more Johnny's employees committed sexual abuse See in context

Ridiculous. What a society.

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Posted in: McDonald's operations in Japan resume after IT outage See in context

You're close, but you ain't getting served!

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Posted in: Woman arrested after bodies of missing couple found under Tokyo home See in context

Lol, there's no way the son isn't involved.

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Posted in: 56 French stars defend actor Gerard Depardieu despite sexual misconduct allegations See in context

predatory alpha males

They're not alpha males. They're rapists

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Posted in: Ohtani gives a Porsche to Joe Kelly's wife for his No. 17 with Dodgers See in context

Why was she so stunned? Does Joe not share any of his multi-million dollar salary with her?

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Posted in: FIFA's rebooted Club World Cup could change face of soccer and spark a player backlash See in context

No-one will give a damn, although it would be great to see Man City take part as the League 1 representatives.

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Posted in: Accused train groper claims he has been arrested on trumped-up charge See in context

How do they identify him just from a grainy photo of a random person???

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Posted in: David Beckham reflects on his soccer career, mental health and meeting Posh Spice in Netflix doc See in context

He had to be "accompanied by friends IN the bathroom"??

Wow. That's devotion.

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Posted in: 80 women arrested Jan-Sept in Tokyo's Kabukicho for alleged prostitution See in context

What! Prostitution in Kabukicho?? When did that start??

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Posted in: 1-year-old boy dies after being hit by car driven by father See in context

Madness. It's a wonder this doesn't happen more here. If you can't watch 2 kids at the same time, you don't enter that situation. Having said which it isn't usually that hard.

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Posted in: Popular S Korean DJ shocked, scared after being groped at Japan event See in context

@John

Exactly. I used to love it when I would go dancing, take my top off and girls would have their hands all over my chest. But that isn't even the point, like you say it's a pretty logical conclusion in the situation that if one removes their clothing and approaches other people, those people might think it's acceptable or even an invitation to touch them, and not even in a sexual way. It's as bizarre as walking outside naked and then shouting at others when they dare to look at you.

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Posted in: Popular S Korean DJ shocked, scared after being groped at Japan event See in context

You obviously have never been to a gig, or she's never performed outside Seoul. It's common at gigs but doesn't mean it's assault. It's people wanting to grab a piece of an idol, literally and metaphorically.

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Posted in: Popular S Korean DJ shocked, scared after being groped at Japan event See in context

This is ludicrous.

She jumped into a crowd. People touched her. What a surprise. Has anyone here been to a gig.

Being touched and grabbed does not equal sexual assault.

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Posted in: Putin vows to crush 'armed mutiny' after Wagner mercenaries seize southern Russian city See in context

Bordeuax, have you got a link to the YouTube channels?

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Posted in: Superstar singer Tina Turner dies at 83 See in context

RIP Tina.

What a singer.

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Posted in: Japanese police make first-ever YouTuber arrest for uploading video game gameplay videos See in context

What a joke..

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Posted in: 18-year-old arrested for throwing stones from elevated train tracks See in context

police said he was drunk when he was arrested and claims to “not remember” the incident

Fair enough. Should get off easily.

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Posted in: Major Japanese firms offer biggest pay hikes in decades See in context

Smokescreen.

Money is relative.

You need to know how much management's salaries are rising. I bet they're going up a hell of a lot more than 200000yen a year.

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Posted in: High court upholds ruling in favor of Japan's ban on dual nationality See in context

Lindsay

Who were "they"?

How did "they" know your children had 2 passports? There's no way or reason the J-govt should ever find out, apart from at airport immigration if they see you've been using a different passport, but nationality laws are legally no concern of border control.

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Posted in: Is it OK to split the bill on a date in Japan? Survey asks what women and men of different ages think See in context

Women 40-40: 30 percent

> > ● Men 20-29: 16 percent

● Men 30-39: 30 percent

● Men 40-49: 26 percent

● Men 20-29: 48 percent

Say what?????

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Posted in: GoPro Mitoma studied way to Premier League stardom See in context

Great article.

He's one of the most exciting players in the PL atm.

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Posted in: JR East employee sexually harassed visually impaired female passenger See in context

Because if you were following you would have realised through the use of the words "double entendre" I was assuming he had made a play on words, not supposedly been referring to her breasts. If he had used the word "mune" there is no doubt.

Having looked at the Japanese original, this translation left out the crucial "Shall I give you a piggyback?", obviously reffering to her, not a bag.

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Posted in: JR East employee sexually harassed visually impaired female passenger See in context

Like I said there's no double entendre there. If that's what he said there's no connection with carrying a bag, it just means breasts.

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Posted in: JR East employee sexually harassed visually impaired female passenger See in context

Especially the part about her chest.

But that doesn't translate in Japanese. In English there's a double entendre but there isn't in Japanese so I can only assume it was a genuine question.

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Posted in: JR East employee sexually harassed visually impaired female passenger See in context

Yrral, people are not robotic (ironically exactly what Japanese workers often get accused of)

They were meeting regularly over the course of months. You don't not develop a relationship with people just because you meet them while you are working.

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Posted in: JR East employee sexually harassed visually impaired female passenger See in context

A guy likes a girl??? What is the world coming to!!!!

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Posted in: 46-year-old woman arrested for stabbing 13-year-old son to death See in context

Name one garypen

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Posted in: 46-year-old woman arrested for stabbing 13-year-old son to death See in context

And to add, there are no mental illnesses that cause you to specifically kill your own child. No mental illnesses directly cause you to kill, only in the sense that you in a warped state of mind and the killing of a certain person would be as obvious as trying to shoot someone who was trying to break into your house armed with a machine gun.

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Posted in: 46-year-old woman arrested for stabbing 13-year-old son to death See in context

CaptDingleheimer

I know where you're coming from, but I feel less sympathy. Someone with a genuine mental condition which caused them to kill would surely have been diagnosed or committed a similar atrocity years before, probably in their late teens or early 20s. If you can make it to your 40s I have very little trust in a mental illness defence.

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Posted in: Return to maskless world still only in realm of fantasy in Japan See in context

Don't wear masks, they're completely pointless. Everyone knows that, but they want to look considerate.

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