Nathan Ward comments

Posted in: Are women Japan’s saviours? See in context

Well, I am happy that I kept my wife at home with the kids to properly raise them instead of institutionalizing them in a program where the teachers have no reason to properly prepare them for the future.

What hurts Japan's financial infrastructure is the fact that their people have no need to do anything except sleep in line to wait for the new Iphone or Playstation. Their companies work stupid long hours and there is no desire for the young people to work. Instead, they will just live with their parents or the government. Plus, their business owners did a great job outsourcing all the manufacturing jobs just like America that there are not enough quality jobs to be had.

Adding women to the workplace is not the solution to their problems. It is just a band aid.

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Posted in: Okayama student arrested for attempted murder after stabbing teacher See in context

Can someone explain to me what a "part time high-school." If you know the title in Japanese that would be preferred.

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Posted in: M6.3 quake hits off Kyushu; 17 injuries reported See in context

This was centered on southern Shikoku not southern Kyushu. Please see graphic linked; http://bousai.tenki.jp/bousai/earthquake/detail-20140314020702.html

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Posted in: Revelry See in context

Glad I went with a more traditional woman. These wanna be western girls just don't do anything for me.

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Posted in: Loss-saddled Sony to sell its Tokyo 'birthplace' See in context

This is the end result of sleeping on your products and not progressing their products into a new future. Unfortunately, Samsung and LG are beating them to the punch and Sony will just continue to falter into oblivion.

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Posted in: Bureaucrats seek to pick winners with Y100 bil 'Cool Japan Fund' See in context

Japanese companies need to do something, because Korean and Chinese companies are making better products.

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Posted in: Facebook users can pay to promote friends' posts See in context

So, does this mean that if I don't pay there is a chance my posts won't make it to the people I want it to goto?

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