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Posted in: Trio of murder suspects exchanged Line messages leading up to the attack See in context

I don't use line. I go on social media and through actual texting. And strangling and then slashing the throat is known as overkill. These people really hated this woman and wanted her dead. Most likely they knew her.

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Posted in: 21-year-old man arrested for abusing 3-month-old daughter See in context

This is why I'm adopting 10 yrs or above. I have a short temper and I wouldn't be mentally fit to handle a newborn up to 5 yrs roughy. They wouldn't be safe. This is my own observation, I can babysit for a couple hours, but Gavin to deal with them 24/7 would make me lose my temper. I actually want to be sterilized and adopt. I was adopted so I know how to deal with the problems adopted kids have. I have them with my own adopted mom. That man should of been evaluated if he was capable of having kids that young. I think that's the only way to stop all child abuse, hopefully.

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Posted in: Okinawan governor, Suga to continue talks on U.S. base relocation See in context

I agree with a lot of y'all's about having USA troops taken out, but that's harder then it seems. First off, all that time needed to prepare to go home, and if they want training, you need to train the local task force how to deal with an invasion of one comes up; and lastly, a ton of countries became so dependent on American troops being their, that they don't want to deal with the shit American soldiers do, by themselves. They aren't sure if they can handle it, an what happens if they can't? Another major war may happen. So it's a 50/50 risk: take troops out and risk another major war OR take troops out and they will be alright? I'm not trying to hate on the other countries defense or anything, but if the country is trying to build up their security defenses, then they may not have the expertise that American troops now have with dealing with terrorists.

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Posted in: IOC dismisses Tokyo logo dispute See in context

Oh my god people!! Stop hatin!!! God talk sound so white when u do. It's their decision not urs! What has any of ur countries contributed to the games if ur countries had them? Huh? Leave the damn logo alone!!! I'm glad they didn't do something unique to their country. Like yall say above, "all other countries tag their unique style to the Olympic logo design" OR "They probably should of suggested Tokyo to change the design", AT LEADT THEY ARE ORGINAL AND BOT COPYCATS LIKE EVERY OTER DAMN COUNTRY THAT DID THE DESIGN IN THEIR OWN COUNTRIES FEEL OR WHATEVER UR SAYING. Japan, I think, is the first country to not do what everyone else has done. Their brave enough to go completely different and being different and unique is what Japan is all about! :) so JAPAN: KEEP GOING STRONG AND IGNORE THE HATERS! Ur better then they are.????????????????????

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Posted in: Japanese girl's WWII job: waving goodbye to kamikaze pilots See in context

Asakaze: I agree with u. USA will do anything to end something, even if it means killing a bunch of innocent people. America has the largest nuclear writings known on earth. Russia and the Iran close second, but the American gov is constently threatening to unleash them if need be. And I can't remember but I think there was something I read or watched saying that America still has some atomic weapons or something.

I started to cry when I read the part of the departing gifts and about the one pilot giving the young lady his wallet knowing he wasn't coming back. :(

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Posted in: 'Moving close' to solving MH370 mystery: Malaysian official See in context

This is why I am never setting foot in a Boeing or DC9. Seriously people!!! They have the worst safety record ever!!! My condolences for the families of the victims.

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Posted in: New stadium to open three months before Olympics See in context

Can't wait to c it!! Wish I could contribute some money, but I'm very tight on it now.

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Posted in: 4 workplace occurrences that could land you in hot water in Japan See in context

Oh my god! Good thing this was posted. Though I don't do any of the above. I either shut off my phone or keep it in my locker, I don't travel and if I do it's out of my own money and I don't do travel points (seems too complicated), I don't even like looking at my email nor writing them. Have no one to talk to. And lastly, I can't drink yet. Too young. In America u must be over 21, and I'm only 19. When I do drink I will only drink at home and it has to be a fruity one. I'm too scared to drink with anyone in any place that's not my home. Not sure if I'll be a good employee for a school. I'm more of a loner, always have been and it's what I'm comfortable.

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Posted in: One crew still missing on burning ferry off Japan coast See in context

Two of my worst fears: burning alive and water. I have drowned once and almost drown twice. So I have a serious fear of water.

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Posted in: More decapitated cats found in Kobe See in context

Did yall know that this is a start of a psycho-socialpathic killer right? Serial killers always kill or experiment on animals (cats and dogs mainly) and some set fires. Kobe, Japan: stay alert for anyone who may seem too calm, or agitated. Which may be very obvious, but that's what I know. I read so many crime books and watch so many crime shows (CRIMMINAL MINDS is a very good one to learn how to profile murders of any kind and the unsub is practically has the MO of the killing.

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Posted in: Sasebo girl who killed classmate sent to reformatory See in context

I know it says that she wanted to kill to feel, but still. It has been proven that kids that young can be rehabilitated. Everyone deserves a second chance. The only way to not get it is if your too old like 40 for example. I feel bad for the victim ad the other victim (the young girl who killed two people). Remember the killer is a victim too. It's hard to do, but yall need to sympathize with killers as well as the victims. Regardless of the thing that they have done, everyone is human.

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Posted in: 17-year-old boy arrested for fatally stabbing man on street in Aichi See in context

I don't agree with Alistar. That doesn't sound like something that group would do. And Shopenhauer? It's like that everywhere. It has nothing to do with the Japan's culture. Please do research before you bash on their culture. You'll learn a lot and feel stupid for that comment. Please think before you speak or in this case, type. You will sound stupid.

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Posted in: Woman arrested after remains of 5 infants discovered at home See in context

That's why I'm not having kids. I canny handle any kid under 10. I don't know why, but I don't want to take any chances of accidentally hurting a small kid because of my short temper I can get at times.

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Posted in: A pledge never to repeat the same mistake, rather than apologies or financial compensation, will console the souls of the victims. See in context

That is a very good idea for both cities. The only good thing that came out of the attack was that one Japanese doctor who made that medical device to rid the body of atomic radiation. Since her friend died from it. Sadly now, all we have to deal with now is secondly worse: nuclear.

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Posted in: Woman arrested after kicking karaoke parlor employee in dispute over bill See in context

When I go to Japan to visit and then live, I'm making sure I know the prices ahead of time and calculate how much it will cost to sing, how much I'm going to drink and eat. That way I have the exact change and I don't bring way too much money. I may bring an extra few yen in case something happens. Be smarter people please!

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Posted in: 71-year-old tobacco shop owner slashed in robbery attempt See in context

David Blue: I agree with ur comments to a tee. I have read and watch so many crime shows and books (will be taking a course of INTRO TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE in college) so I know a lot about motives, weapons, especially forensics (my strong point) ect.

The man would probably have had better luck at a bank. Why rob a drug store? Rob something that has more money in it. What a dumb criminal. And again with bikes. Seriously! Use something else. Something that can go faster then a bike. U would be to tired if u were caught to resist. In that case, please use bikes. Easier to take u down with.

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Posted in: 6 minors arrested for disrupting traffic by putting bricks on road See in context

Jalapeno: I agree with u, but the death penalty? For minors? I would say grounded for life, community service, and payment of all health bills for the victim's injuries.

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Posted in: Man arrested for setting fire to Aomori convenience store See in context

When I get stressed out, my body shuts down for about 3 hours. Wonder if he just snapped from the stress or if something else contributed? Like a death of a loved one or something else. In a lot of cases like these, stressers in a person's life (includes work) can lead them to act on criminal erges.

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Posted in: Threat forces 'bon' festival to be canceled in Tokyo See in context

I hate when non-Japanese comment nasty things. It's funny how they say it, yet people of their own countries do the same damn thing and they (the people commenting above) don't say a damn thing about it! Yall are saying that it's ok to endanger kids because a letter may be true or may not be. The Olympics is a different matter. If I remember correctly the last olypmics held in Russia was heavily patrolled when threats were issued. Why are people haters to Japan? It's sad and pathetic.

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Posted in: Armed man tries to rob bank in Fukuoka Pref See in context

If World's true Dummiest TV show catches wind of this, it may be featured. Really guy?!?! A bike? Who robbed a place with the escape "vehicle" for a bike? Say he manage to succeed, how would he carry the money away on a bike?

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Posted in: 2 yakuza members arrested for obstructing Sanja Festival See in context

I would be laughing my butt off instead of being scared. Sorry but people have tried to intimidate me and it doesn't work. It has the opposite effect: I laugh.

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Posted in: 66-year-old man hit and killed by car after driver presses accelerator instead of brake See in context

I have done that on a few times. My dyslexia can affect my driving, but it's extremely rare. It's more towards math where it occurs. I feel bad for the driver. He may not of meant it, accidents do happen people. We humans are not perfect, remember that.

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Posted in: Engine trouble, excess weight suspected in Tokyo plane crash See in context

Is having 10 dogs legal there? Here in Babbitt MN, USA 55706 it's illegal to have more then 4 animals in your house. Sad, and my condolences to the families of the victims.

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Posted in: Japan approves increase in Fukushima compensation to $57 bln See in context

Yubaru: please explain to me how Japan Inc is corrupt. They just don't want people to get hurt medically from the disaster.

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