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Posted in: Nissan CEO Saikawa admits being paid too much by equity scheme See in context

Ghosn can take advantage of this situation - he can echo the same alibis that Saikawa and Nissan will use , let's see how the JP prosecutors and courts react.

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Posted in: How to marinate just about anything See in context

LudditeAug. 17 09:01 am JST

Marinade. The text veers between marinade and marinate. Just choose one and stick with it.

Marinade is a noun, Marinate is a verb.

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Posted in: Unbeaten Vargas to defend crown against Japan's Kameda See in context

The Kameda's ... are they really good? I've seen their fights and it seems the media hype them up - more than they can really do in the ring.

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Posted in: Nintendo takes Mario Kart company to court for 2nd time and wins yet again See in context

Brian Wheway

After reading the above links to accidents with these carts, it looks like they have had a few bumps and scrapes, 50 if I recall in 11 months, but lets put this into some sort of perspective...

Ratio and proportion would help your analysis... The number of cars and other vehicles that pass through the area over the number of accidents from these vehicles could easily be more than that of the carts simply because there are more of them  - vs -  the number of carts that drive the same route and its ratio of accidents.

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Posted in: China's construction binge spreads to Americas, rattling U.S. See in context

Jeff HuffmanToday  02:39 am JST

No one "gave" the U.S. the power it held at the end of WWII. It naturally filled a military and economic vacuum with Europe and much of Asia in physical ruin and unable to feed themselves. 

Please provide your reference. That is a flat out superhero claim . Nations occupied by the US were never given a chance to decide for itself - because the US believes they are incapable, just like how it sees other nations that need to be "saved" from military and economic ruin. Fast forward now, China at least enters the world stage building, not bombing.

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Posted in: Google Japan unit found to have underreported ¥3.5 bil in taxable income See in context

What makes this a different case from Ghosn?

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Posted in: No-shows wreaking havoc on restaurant business See in context

The airline industry has mastered this craft - and their cancellation policy is based on numbers - not ethnicity. Data Analytics can show the rate of cancellations on a given number of bookings on any given day - if they are sly, (they can even use IP address) to see where the booking came from. Point is, the technology is there to fix this issue without being racist. At 200billion yen losses a year they could have created an IT team to provide solutions.

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Posted in: 2 Nepalese men arrested for placing bicycle on train tracks See in context

The vocational School Visa loophole is also the underlying issue here, much like the Trainee Visa , it is just being used as source of cheap labor.

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Posted in: Ghosn vows to restore his honor in court, lawyer says See in context

From a consumer's perspective - If Nissan can risk throwing all this $#%T on the fan, then they also take the same risks to their products and services, at which point, they lose customers.  Their stock value will plummet and drive the business down - That is not what businessmen do. There must be something more happening here - or it is just plain incompetent leadership.

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Posted in: Philippines seeks fraud charges against Japanese casino mogul Okada See in context

sensei258 08:21 am JST - And this coming from a country whose government is rife with corruption

Don't throw rocks when you live in a glass house

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Posted in: Man indicted for dismembering mother’s body, dumping parts in Chiba See in context

Just when i thought I'm immune to Japanese family murders, this one shocks anew.

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Posted in: SDF member arrested for tailgating See in context

Non-American reader here!...and i know what Tailgaiting means... but going down some rabbit's hole and 16th Century Hartlepool slang ??...oohhh lets just go back to the puffy-ego Tailgaiting soldier!

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Posted in: Ex-pro wrestler Chigusa Nagayo saves woman from assault in carpark See in context

If Nagayo hit the man or made a counter offensive move - would her professional license be affected?  Being that her action was a defensive response and a means to stop a crime? This a question, not a statement.

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Posted in: 4 killed, including gunman and police officer, in shooting at Chicago hospital See in context

Not from the US,  clueless on what gun ownership means, but I can see that the interpretation of it is so diverse, cluttered and links to so many ends. If there is an institution that supposedly represents gun ownership, isn't that entity responsible for crimes committed from the cause they promote?

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Posted in: Mother fatally stabs sons, aged 3 and 5 See in context

This sort of action is borne out of depression and mindset. The social services, health care, even the media should have done more ( if there are any) to address all this family-member killings with an information drive or support program.

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