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Posted in: Pop singer Shakira to face trial over tax fraud in Spain See in context

Oh well, get the same lawyers as Messi and Ronaldo then pay off the fine given by the court.

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Posted in: Abe's controversial state funeral may backfire on Kishida See in context

CCP is the second most powerful party in the world. Soon to be the top dog maybe. We can alway join them. Anything’s better than LDP/Nippon Kaigi/unification Church.

Many jobs available there too. You'll have to check with your local travel agency to see how much one way tickets cost for you to go there.

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Posted in: Man arrested for assaulting wife after she asked for divorce See in context

The D word is too easily thrown around these days during arguments.

Better off to Divorce than be Dead.

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Posted in: Slain ex-PM Abe honored at divisive state funeral See in context

So many will be so glad when the spectacle comes to an end

It isn't about the inconvenience, it is about the ridiculous amount of money being thrown away for this event in the midst of an economic crisis.

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Posted in: Elton John sings at White House See in context

If Biden would of invited Taylor Swift or Beyonce,it would approve his image,a President taste in music can translate to popularity, Obama jam in the Whitehouse more than any President, Biden need to improve his music rotation

He seems to be besties with Cardi B. I am sure his popularity is through the roof. Wait til the next White House show when she shows up with Megan The Stallion to perform a special rendition of "WAP".

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Posted in: Japan’s biggest K-pop fans might just be senior citizens, survey shows See in context

This is wrong. It's just kids and young ppl using their older relatives' Mercari accounts to purchase kpop goods. I've seen it around here.

It's mostly upper elementary through high school girls and the older ladies that branched out of watching the Korean TV dramas.

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Posted in: 2 dead, over 70 injured after typhoon slams southwestern Japan See in context

Not much happened as it went through Kansai. People in Kanto need not worry.

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Posted in: Man arrested for abduction of 15-year-old girl he met online See in context

Maybe she is getting abused at home.

In that case this guy would be a saviour.

Savior or not, it still doesn't look good on paper for a grown man picking up a 15 year old girl on the Internet and taking her to his home.

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Posted in: S Korean cinematic rise years in the making, says 'Squid Game' star See in context

There are 3 or 4 Japanese movies that Squid Game took their ideas from so it is nothing groundbreaking. Can't complain, Hollywood is filled with tons of unoriginality.

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Posted in: Teacher arrested for putting bleach in school lunch See in context

she was transferred to be the homeroom teacher for another class in April, despite wanting to remain with her previous class.

So blame the school administrators, not the children. Hopefully a person with this kind of mind state is kept far away from any school.

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Posted in: 'Unprecedented' super typhoon approaches southern Japan See in context

Typhoon aside, my family in SoCal would love to get the rain we have been getting in Japan over the past month.

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Posted in: South Korean celebration of 'Squid Game' Emmy wins subdued See in context

Maybe subdued for the entertainment industry. When South Korea wins on the World stage in baseball or football, they go crazy especially if that win comes against Japan.

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Posted in: Father swung 2-year-old daughter upside down, hitting her head against table See in context

Hirai lives in a four-person household with his 20-year-old common-law wife and his two daughters, aged three and five.

So "his" daughters not "their" daughters right? If so, he was having babies with a 15 year old.

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Posted in: Hokkaido man gets suspended term for leaving infants home alone See in context

Great news for the dirty scum that do this or plan to do this. Leave the baby at home all day and night, dies then only gets a slap on the wrist. Perhaps for a country that is pushing folks to have children due to population decline, you would expect for them to treat children like treasure and punish those that cause the death of children to the fullest extent of the law. Yet child killers still get light sentences. Why?

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Posted in: Anti-U.S. base incumbent Tamaki wins 2nd term as Okinawa governor See in context

Good. Anyone who wants the Yanks out has my support.

Let's see your country rush to Japan's aid after the "yanks" leave and you are waiting for someone to save you and your mind stuck in the 1700s.

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Posted in: Man arrested for setting fire to bar after being told other customers don’t like talking to him See in context

The bar employee should not have make such a hurting comment to their customer. !

Well sometimes you need someone to come out and say it as it could be damaging your business. I have worked places that had customers with a few screws loose that scared away other customers.

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Posted in: Dream job: The Japanese man who gets paid to do nothing See in context

If you think about it, there are many English teaching jobs like this. Getting paid just to speak your mother tongue with it often going in one ear and out the other.

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Posted in: Cost of Abe's state funeral rises to ¥1.6 billion See in context

When is the next election? I am sure many are anxious to vote.

Last election barely happened last month the weekend after Abe's assassination and LDP dominated as people voted out of pity. It doesn't matter what their approval rating is because people who disapprove don't vote.

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Posted in: 3-year-old girl dies after being left in bus for 5 hours See in context

My Japanese wife vowed never to let our children attend a Japanese childcare centre after briefly working in a local Tokyo childcare centre and was surprised that she needed no formal training or regulations and that the staff were often unkind and even cruel to the children

Because of one lowly childcare center in Tokyo, I guess ALL Japan childcare centers must be horrible with terrible teachers hmmmm

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Posted in: 3-year-old girl dies after being left in bus for 5 hours See in context

I am only judging by my son's Kindergarten, after roll call, the teacher tells the office if a student hasn't come and hadn't called in absent. Then the office will call the parents if all is OK by at least 10am. However, she was a bus rider so somebody should have noticed something strange among all of the staff and boss. Was this one of those unlicensed Kindergartens where kids are only faces and not names?

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Posted in: Barack Obama: president, Nobel laureate, and now an Emmy winner See in context

“I mean, you got the first mainstream African American who is articulate and bright and clean and a nice-looking guy,” -Joseph R. Biden, Jr.

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Posted in: California opens cooling centers for heat wave vulnerable See in context

Every time we get a heatwave in SoCal, I am always reminded of the heatwaves of 84 and 85 when the Nightstalker Richard Ramirez was taking full advantage of people leaving their windows open to murder them. Those 2 years were scary as a kid.

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Posted in: Brazilian who fled Japan wanted over murder of wife, 3-year-old daughter See in context

If I was the father and grandfather of the 2 victims, I would stop at nothing to make sure this guy finds justice. There have been countries that have had no extradition treaty yet cooperated. Let's hope Brazil can do something.

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Posted in: Taiwan tycoon to train 3 million 'civilian warriors' See in context

I don't think this guy can be trusted. He might turn his private army against the ROC government and try to overthrow it. I give Donald trumpchump and those violent terrorist militia crud as an example. Jan. 6, 2021.

So I guess it is better to just let China takeover Taiwan because of an event in an entirely different country, I see.

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Posted in: Putin will not attend Mikhail Gorbachev funeral: Kremlin See in context

His hired lookalikes are busy too?

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Posted in: Japanese monkey-hunting team shoots woman with tranquilizer dart See in context

Incompetent city workers? You don't say.....

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Posted in: Ex-baby sitter gets 20 years in prison for sexually abusing 20 boys See in context

So he gets 20 years while his victims and their families get scarred for life.

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Posted in: Man gets 4 years in prison for arson in Korean community in Kyoto See in context

I know it had nothing to do with the country itself but this man deserves to serve his sentence in a Korean prison.

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Posted in: 75-year-old man feeding cat attacked on Osaka street See in context

In what country do you live?  Not in Japan I am guessing!

In our present location and previous location stray cats fighting all night, cat feces all over the place, call and are told no such services in either Tokyo ward.

I live right in the middle of Japan. Perhaps busier city officials don't do anything but out in the burbs they come quickly.

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Posted in: 75-year-old man feeding cat attacked on Osaka street See in context

Well instead of attacking people, you can call animal control if these cats are upending your life. Animal control here takes care of these problems quickly here actually from people I know that had cats taking over their yards.

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