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Posted in: Man arrested for fatally stabbing woman in Shizuoka Prefecture See in context

 A twenty-year-old Japanese male is NOT a man; nothing more than a self-indulgent, narcissistic child.

I've witnessed so many similar cases at, so called, advanced western country. Jobless young people. Yes, they were independent from their family but living on government support with which they buy drug, alcohole... etc.

Dont understand manga? I couldn't understand young people spending their hard earned money(which looked almost wasting to me) on rubbish cars.

I'm not saying either side is wrong. People from different culture can be different. Is it that hard to accept it?

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Posted in: Warning over surge in demand for cosmetic surgery in Japan See in context

Unfortunate so many Asian and Japanese women feel a need for unnecessary cosmetic surgery because they are brainwashed into thinking Western standards of beauty are the ideal to strive for.

I can't agree more. Brainwashed to the point somewhat embarrassing.

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Posted in: LGBT people in Japan worry getting coronavirus may result in outing See in context


Maybe you don't understand living as a Japanese. I mean there even someone who became a Japanese sometimes, if not all the times, can't really do. I understand it though.

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Posted in: JAL to let female crew ditch high heels after #KuToo campaign See in context

Regarding their height, it would be OK as long as attendants are tall enough to reach out to overhead lockers. If not, there might be some difficulties in dealing with luggage.

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Posted in: 5 killed, including gunman, 21 wounded in west Texas shootings See in context

Is this really a NEWs to anyone here?

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Posted in: S Korean lawmakers visit disputed islets as Japan tensions mount See in context

History issue aside, in which both sides' claims are quite contradicting to others', Dokdo/ Takeshima has been under Korean's control for a long while and it has a high chance of continuing to be like that. It's funny to actually witness lots of expatriates begin to develp kind of emotional bond with the countries they live in.

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Posted in: Man gets 17 years in prison for murder of beautician in 2016 See in context

But she lost the only life of hers. Where is the justice in the ruling? I don't get it. Not at all.

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Posted in: Fireman arrested for breaking into ex-girlfriend's apartment See in context

What he committed doesn't have anything to do with what he does for living unless he used some special skill or equipment to break in there. That is an unnecessary data spill.

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Posted in: Japan, 2 other Asian nations warn citizens not to use marijuana in Canada See in context

A good move of those three asian countries

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Posted in: Japan, 2 other Asian nations warn citizens not to use marijuana in Canada See in context

Nice move for those countries.

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Posted in: Japan, 2 other Asian nations warn citizens not to use marijuana in Canada See in context

It is a good move for the three governments in this region. What if they go abroad and use whatever drugs legal there and post their experience or pictures in SNS to brag out without any constraint? Would it have any positive influence on growing up children? Wouldn't it encourage more people to go abroad to smoke pots?

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Posted in: Plastic piling up in Japan after China waste import ban See in context

It always has been Japan's problem not someone else's.

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Posted in: Here today, ghosting tomorrow — workers just disappear See in context

Until now, I believed it is done only by irresponsible teenager part-timers. I have always been an employee but never have condoned ghosting around me.

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Posted in: 20 killed in limousine crash in upstate New York See in context

They surely didn't wear their seat belts. Was there even seat belts for them? It would be extremely traumatic for the rescue specialists to retrieve those bodies all mangled inside the cabin. My condolences to all people affected.

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Posted in: Russia holds naval drills in Sea of Japan See in context

If Russia is doing it in their territory, there is not any problem in there. Is there? US is doing the same thing always. Right in front of others' maritime territory on opposite side of the earth. So.. not a big deal at all.

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Posted in: Japan claims China escalating military actions See in context

I would rather choose having balance between US and China than the situation where US is the only superpower. Why do some people think China's growth is a threat to region, even to entire world, but ignore what US has been doing to the world to protect their interest? Both countries have the very same right to pursue prosperity. Don't they? I just can't help thinking why people here are so pro-US when their is a issue between those two countries. Human rights? Communism? Race? Please enlighten me.

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Posted in: 18-year-old youth arrested for stabbing 9-year-old boy outside school See in context

Being bullied is not as easy to overcome or forget as some people here claim they also went through the same way but didn't harbor any worst feeling or make any wrong decision. You haven't really been to their situation and you were not grown up as a Japanese. You just want to believe you know/ understand about Japan and Japanese because you've lived in Japan long enough or lived with Japanese partner for a while.

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Posted in: Abe arrives in Russia for talks with Putin See in context

What is she, Akie, doing there? What's her role in the summit?

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Posted in: 14-year-old girl, 21-year-old man jump to their deaths from building roof See in context

We don't know anything yet about their situation at all. I will never judge anyone ever who successfully committed suicide without full information of him/her. Have you lost any of your loved one by suicide? How dare you dishonor someone who just lost his life by calling them coward or agitator?

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Posted in: 7 years after tsunami, Japanese live uneasily with seawalls See in context

The wall does look awful but better than dying though. Don't you worry about the performance of it since it must have been designed by engineers who knows their stuff.

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Posted in: I deeply regret that I did not understand Mongolian history and culture. From now on, I will sincerely study and respect the history and culture of various countries (and reflect them) in cartoon descriptions. See in context

It was not like anyone really had a dxxk in their forehead in the history though. In other words, it is not about knowing about their history but having a respect to other culture or people basically.

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Posted in: U.S. Pacific Fleet commander, in Tokyo, says China's military budget lacks transparency See in context

What about US?

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Posted in: Empty seats, missing friends as Florida school reopens after shooting See in context

I am sorry but I can confidently foretell that there WILL be another mass shooting in a random place within US territory in six months of time. It amazes me people there all know but haven't done anything about it. Capitalism and liberalism certainly own there. To the kids in Syria and US, you're born in a not very safe place so.. take care.

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Posted in: Talking sex dolls fill a void in China See in context

Sex doll is inevitable future. It's a win-win situation for men & women.

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Posted in: British judge upholds arrest warrant for Julian Assange See in context

Did the rape really happen in the first place? I find myself becoming more and more skeptical about any cases US government or its intelligence service is involved.

As a non US citizen, I support Assange for his daring action to stand up against US risking his peaceful life and also his reputation to show rest of the world what's going on. He is kinda hero. Not like those in the stupid holliwood patriotic scifi movies. A real one.

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Posted in: 9-year-old girl dies after pileup caused by senior driver See in context

It depends but 70 is not that old anymore and there are many drivers who can drive safely on that age.

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Posted in: Over 100 local assemblies push Abe gov't to join nuclear weapons ban See in context

If you think nuke is a mean to protect from other nuclear powers, do you agree other countries developing their own nuclear arsenal to do so? If Japanese has a right to protect their own country by possessing nukes, others deserve it too. Let's not be a hypocrite.

What a paradox Japan is against the nuclear ban. People really forget easy. Don't they?

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Posted in: Japan refutes U.S. denial about flight by helicopters over school See in context

maintenance of international peace and security in the Far East,

Anyone who have been watching news or learned a contemporary history might find this comment to be quite laughable.

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Posted in: Former Australian rugby player Smith arrested for refusing to pay taxi fare, punching driver See in context

He should be deported back to where he is supposed to be. Does he still think he is in Australia?

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