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Posted in: Woman dies after being forced to drink water during exorcism See in context

Such a painful way to go.

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Posted in: Naked man covered with tattoos arrested for stopping bus, breaking wipers See in context

What type of tattoo had he on...?

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Posted in: U.S. deploys stealth fighters from Okinawa to S Korea See in context

IRobin, haha..

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Posted in: Father dies sheltering 9-year-old daughter from blizzard See in context

While debating what was good what was bad, and while all agreeing that the father is a hero, please remember, at that instant, at that point, the father did not have another option. And as is known, the storm suddenly turned worse. And its just a kilometer from where the truck stopped. At that point, when the father did not have an option, and thought its safe to walk, obviously experienced in this type of storms before, he took a call and started walking in the snow.

Who told him it might get better? Where are the options that rescue is guaranteed? Cars sink in snow all the time, what to do then? The storm can get worse, he might get forever lost. The car would not move, so what does one do? Wait for death? In a trauma situation, people always think of the best possible option thinking worse might be just around the corner.

So he took a call and did what he thought is best. And he did save his daughter did he not?

Of course we learn lessons from each tragedy, but please note all tragedies are different and you have to take a decision. The storm passed and he was found, but there was no guarantee of that.

He is a hero, by every count in my book.

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Posted in: Ginza onsen See in context

The girls will fit into the bottles.

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Posted in: Student leaps to death after trying to kill girlfriend See in context

smithinjapan, I agree to the J-society thingy. People are too scared most of the times.

Its "His" apartment, not her, as per the news post.

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Posted in: Student leaps to death after trying to kill girlfriend See in context

Police said they believe that Yuuda stabbed the woman outside the apartment at first, possibly in a car, because they found bloodstains leading to the apartment.

dolphingirl, this probably means that he stabbed her in the car and brought her upstairs. But if that is the case, she must have screamed or raised hell on the way. Unless she was unconscious, that is. If she was unconscious, it was a difficult task to bring a young lady all the way to the 9th floor, even using the elevator.

Maybe he stabbed her in the car and pleaded his apologies and asked her to come to his room so he can give her first aid and call an ambulance.... maybe when she was in his room, she threatened that she will report to the police and will break up anyway, maybe at that moment he stabbed her again.

My imagination is running wild but there is more to this than meets the eye.

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Posted in: More Tokyo train stations start using lights to stem suicides See in context

I have another suggestion.

Maybe they can put up movable bars, like they do in front of car parks, which go up and down at the press of a button, about a meter before the boarding gate of the trains? It would be closed before the train completely stops.

It would be an expensive option, but if people can be stopped to go near the rails before the train stops, you will not have people jumping in front of the train anymore. This can be manned by the same pushers and shovers who are employed to assist boarding. Though some will dodge and jump, I think you will solve the majority of the problem.

Of course better education and counseling can solve the problem at the root, but before that, this has to do.

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Posted in: Supersize me See in context

This is a good ad campaign for McDonald's. BEFORE & AFTER!!

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Posted in: Corny See in context

No wonder they have such corny figures, all they must be eating is the corn.

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Posted in: Man arrested for umbrella attacks in Shinjuku See in context

Means, you should just stand in the side and shout, "BAKA, BAKA,BAKA,BAKA,BAKA,BAKA,BAKA,BAKA,BAKA,BAKA,BAKA,?" :-)

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Posted in: Miniskirt Police singer nabs groping suspect on train See in context

Hey! Where does it say that she dressed like that in the train? Its just her photo from her band, it doesn't mention in the report that this was the dress that she was wearing. I don't think you can wear this and not ask for trouble. BUT IT DOESN'T MENTION SHE WAS WEARING THIS DRESS ON THE TRAIN... or the attacker recognized her from the band, for that matter. Its just another girl in the train who got victimized. This time, she also happens to be famous, that's all.

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Posted in: I consider myself very close to both ancient and modern Japan. See in context

Sorry, 10 times.

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Posted in: I consider myself very close to both ancient and modern Japan. See in context

I've been there 9 times. But I ain't Richard Gere, so no one gives a heck.

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Posted in: Lux See in context

Sorry, she is Myah. She is just 20 years.

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Posted in: Innocence lost: the dark side of Akihabara See in context

This is so sick man.

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Posted in: Lux See in context

The guy says he is a geezer (geyser)... ;-)

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Posted in: Lux See in context

The third from the left. She wins. Her name is Maria.

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Posted in: Cheers See in context

whats that mug on the table for?

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Posted in: Anti-drug poster featuring Yukie Nakama to go up at schools nationwide See in context

'No English' either...

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Posted in: Taking the heat off fried foods See in context

How can you run a story about a new type of fryer and include a picture >of the product's developer instead of the product you're talking about? >If someone is interested enough to read the story, do you think they'd >be more interested in seeing the company's president, or what the >product looks like?

http://www.japaninc.com/mgz86/fried-foods

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Posted in: Raptor See in context

First look/first shot/first kill in all environments...

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Posted in: Michael Jackson dies of reported cardiac arrest at 50 See in context

I saw the BBC documentary that proved the allegations of child abuse were all false. RIP MJ.

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Posted in: Robot expresses human emotions See in context

This is so uncool: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2FBUt336wBI

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Posted in: World's oldest man dies at 113 See in context

"world's oldest". Incorrect.

In Northern Iraq(Kurdistan) there is a woman that is 132 years old and still alive. In Northern Iraq there are more people above 120 years old so i don't understand why they say "world's oldest" when he was only 113.

So unfair.

Zerian, what's the source of your news?

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Posted in: Oops See in context

beautiful..

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Posted in: Fetish fashion See in context

How do they refill once the food is over?

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Posted in: Aso bonsai See in context

Beautiful flowers...

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Posted in: Jeans See in context

No matter what they do to their physical appearance, can south east asians ever look like the sexy brazilian ladies or the smart french ladies or the blonde scndinavians?

I am sure I am not alone in this feeling, but I think Japanese women are some of the most exotic, sexy and beautiful women in the world. I bet they can outshine all those ladies you mentioned, womanfor(brazilian, french, blonde scandinavian)women.. Now, this picture, this is a different story.

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Posted in: Akita man arrested after falling asleep drunk in stranger's house See in context

How is this an effect of Kusangi? Is he an idol for drunken sc***-ups?

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