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Posted in: 85-year-old motorist hits teenage girls after ignoring family call not to drive See in context

Narrow roads here have a speed limit of 40-50km. Watch the youtube video and you'll see why the girls are in a coma.. He was flying!


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Posted in: Gov't to offer disaster info through car navigation via satellite See in context

Good idea. We all saw the footage are cars driving normally oblivious to the tsumani wave coming at them from the side. If it saves a few lives why not.

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Posted in: Parents of dead woman admit confining her for 15 years See in context

they confined her to a tiny room for around 15 years due to a mental illness...

And who diagnosed this mental illness? the parents who locked her away for 15 years like a dog. Hardly think they have the medical experience to judge and decide treatment?

How do we know she wasn't just normal teenager going thru a han-koki phase at the time and the parents couldn't understand a teenagers behavior?

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Posted in: 2020 Tokyo Olympics to use facial recognition for athletes, reporters See in context

Strikebreaker555 .... and what would they do with your face print that makes you feel unsafe, please explain and explain how that data differs from the face print every bank, train station, toll booth, convenience store ect takes on a daily basis here.

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Posted in: Police step up campaign against drunk driving for party season See in context

But they'll give foreigners a free pass because they can't be bothered getting a translator and do the paperwork. My town has over 100 foreigners, 98% been here for years and still driving on an international license. The police here refuse to pull them over for speeding, running red lights, not coming to a stop at a stop sign and of course drink driving. Easier to look the other way.

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Posted in: Woman stabbed in back while walking home in Sapporo See in context

My moneys on she knew him. Was gonna break up with him or refused his advances.

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Posted in: 'Social media suicide' in spotlight after Zama serial killings See in context

Educator60. Heads were found in cooler boxes which means they were detached from the torso, in other words......beheaded. It doesn't matter what happened or what order they were cut up, it's still called being beheaded when the head has be detached from the torso.

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Posted in: Families of Zama murder victims grief stricken after bodies identified See in context

So many dis-functional families here out of touch with members living under the same roof, no communication, parents sleeping in separate rooms and no idea what their own kids are thinking about. This is a huge problem here, parents don't talk to their kids.

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Posted in: Police identify all 9 dismembered bodies found last month in Zama See in context

@Strangerman... 9 missing over two months please...hardly what you call 43mins

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Posted in: Rocket launch by Japanese venture aborted after 80 seconds See in context

Taiki is a small country town. Of course they are all going to cheer on something like this.

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Posted in: Gov't to survey unpaid medical bills by foreign tourists See in context

You can't blame gaijins for this. Most people actually have travel insurance when they come here but the hospitals don't have the level of English to ring the insurance companies to get the all clear for procedures or chase the money up afterwards. The staff at the hospitals processing the bills can't speak English and don't know how to go about getting the money from an insurance company outside of Japan. Totally an English failure problem.

They need a national database that can deal with all insurance claims nationwide and can deal with international travel insurance.

Although many Japanese can read and write English, not many have the confidence to talk over the phone.

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Posted in: 3 die in Kobe; man arrested for possessing knife See in context

This happened the other day and again the guy just wanted to kill someone. The males here seem to have a problem separating fantasy from reality.

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Posted in: 7 crew missing, 3 injured after U.S. Navy destroyer collides with merchant vessel off Japan See in context

So basically to beat the USA gallizion $ defense budget and technology you just need a few ships to crowd them? Obviously they can't keep track of where everyone is and more concerning is how are the going to stop multiply simultaneous missile launches from a rogue dictator if they can't multitask?

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Posted in: 7 crew missing, 3 injured after U.S. Navy destroyer collides with merchant vessel off Japan See in context

Bring back some dude with binoculars because obvious radar technology is failing the might US of A.

The American subs aren't much better re: Ehime Maru

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Posted in: Japan moves toward first major rape law changes in a century See in context

Nothing will change because vitims refuse to report it to police or tell friends. The victims just blame themselves and get on with life. What girl wants their school/work/family to know they got raped ?

Japanese are shy people, they shy away from drama.

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Posted in: 3 found dead in suspected family suicide in western Japan See in context

The ol portable combustion BBQ kit from Homac still leads the suicide "way to go out" ranking.

Only this time was in a room not a car so few extra points for originality.

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Posted in: Man held for setting 2 police officers on fire in Okinawa See in context

He'll get off with Japan's NO CONFESSION--NO CONVICTION policy...

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Posted in: Protest calls flood police after big cash theft in Hiroshima See in context

That's easy, wait for one of those that new the key location to quit or retire early. No not to go to work being that rich and that will keep playing in his head everyday from now on.

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Posted in: Man arrested for living above public toilet in Oita for three years See in context

And his crime ?

Beating the system...

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Posted in: Victim's activities likely known to robbers in Y384 mil cash heist See in context

may have known his activities ahead of time and thoroughly planned the heist

noooooo, you don't say

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Posted in: SDF member arrested for forcing girlfriend to send nude selfies See in context

It's control thing with the men here. They tell their girlfriend what they can and cannot wear in public, how many kgs they must weigh, what friends they are allowed to talk to... Very common

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Posted in: Suspect may have dumped Vietnamese girl's body before daybreak See in context

It was just on the news. He had a second vehicle (a camping car) he kept parked away from his house address. Police have taken both cars for forensic examination.

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Posted in: 23-year-old man arrested for beating 1-year-old son See in context

Again we see the lack of control and the infamous " totsuzen snap" in the Japanese male species.

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Posted in: 26 'compensated dating' teenage girls in custody following police roundup in Tokyo See in context

So did the police go all the way with the happy ending to have enough "evidence" for prosecution?

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Posted in: U.S.-born singer Chris Hart obtains Japanese citizenship See in context

So there anyone here that was granted citizenship in 6 yrs? You need to have Japanese reading and writing skills at least equivalent to an ordinary 7 to 8 year old Japanese primary school student. You need to understand basic "kanji" besides "katakana" and "hiragana". You need to be able to have smooth Japanese oral communication or have money to bypass this criteria.

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Posted in: YKK starts serving halal meals at cafeteria in Japan See in context

Nice way to flush out the die hard extremist and keep an eye on them. Plenty of other foods they can eat to keep their Allah happy I'm sure or why not just bring their own religion appeasing bento from home like normal Japanese?

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Posted in: Man dies, woman in coma after jumping from love hotel room on fire See in context

Sounds like they didn't wanna face getting busted being there and took the quickest way out (suicide) to avoid the news and police investigation. 80% of couples visiting love hotels are having affairs, this is easy to prove by setting up a camera near the entrance and watch how many back away after spotting the camera, they aren't running away because they are shy about privacy either.

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Posted in: Japan sees rise in stalking, domestic violence reports See in context

Weak mental state of the males here, they can't switch off and think they can own somebody like a possession.

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Posted in: Japanese high school students fail to meet English proficiency target See in context

So much for having teachers with an English degree.. Japanese learnt more Engwish singing PPAP (Pen Pinapple Apple Pen)than they have in the whole time the JET program has been active..

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Posted in: 1 in 4 Japanese men remain unmarried at age 50 See in context

That's because Japanese males are shy and lack the confidence to approach women and break the ice as well as cute ABK48 types plastered all over the TV set their goals to unrealistical high expectation on what a girlfriend should look like doesn't help because it make normal girls at their office and work look ugly. They guys aren't interested in girl here.

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