Typical maturity of young Japanese women. Can't be solved with Universal Solution #1, An Angry Pout... So move on to #2, Hide It Out Of Sight, (like a child would) and the problem has gone away.
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Thanks for info. Makes sense.
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There are no bounty hunters in Japan
Sounds like you need to lookup what a bounty hunter is.
There's no bounty to hunt.
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Well then one can't help but wonder why, if the majority of the deaf population prefer JSL, why bother to keep using MCJ... Or to use it as an intermediary?
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Either way. 17 is more than old enough to know what you are doing, why you are doing it, and which handbag you're going to spend it on
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We have very different ideas of what "violent crime" is
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He attributed a general ill-will toward women, so decided to run a smear campaign
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Though I refuse to use their stores where the staff don't bring the food out to you. Very stingy, the customer might as well go to the kitchen and cook it themselves.
You must be absolutely livid when visiting a yakiniku restaurant
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Very easy to say. Now explain how you are going to do it.
Logistically and economically impossible to accommodate every economic migrant.
There must be rules, there must be a barrier to entry.
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Looks more like Walter White starting producing Tutti Frutti flavour
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Well... that went well
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So if he was found on the bus going to school.... That means he never got off the bus.
How come he was not noticed missing at registration?
And how come, if was noticed missing at registration, parents not called?
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And if you want some help, just Google the following...
"japan disability shame"
Then, for more of the same, why not Google...
"japan family member leprosy discrimination"
(note the discrimination of descendents)
And there's plenty more
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Wrong. They are not afraid of publicity, they are afraid of being discriminated against because they have/had a disabled family member.
If you don't believe that, you haven't been here long enough.
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That stuff will kill you . . . literally!
Quite amazing how many people still quote this and believe it.
Try googling it. Go on... Just once. Google is your friend.
Or, you can continue to quote old wives' tales.
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Out of fear of facing discrimination, many families are reluctant to reveal the victims' names.
Shame on you Japan.
The very existence of such fear is far worse than one crazy individual doing something awful.
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Doesn't matter how much he protests. Very few Japanese, if any, care
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It's only poorly written for people who can't read
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Nobody says it's the woman that must change. Couple can choose.
Enough of this liberal nomsems
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Are we going to blame this one on postpartum depression too?
7 years after the birth of the last child?
Poor sad mother?
Coward. Selfish. Murderer.
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Moreover, the article referenced by other posters on tokyoreporter proves this was absolutely nothing to do with postpartum depression.
But don't let the facts get in the way of your moral highground.
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Cowardly and selfish.
And that's why it's not in the 'sympathy' section, but in the crime section.
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And selfish too
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Applied twice and still denied. The bean counter or counters in charged must have personal problem with these minorities. Now the tax payer is face with a damage bill plus back payments because this bean counter is a racist. Sack the bean counter who denied both applications and settle out of court w
Actually the "bean counter" did his job perfectly.
He counted two beans.
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Note that the article says the larger car was hit from the right.
ie, he was hit on the driver's side (Japan is RHD), but came out more or less unscathed with minor injuries (probably a bit of whiplash). A side impact is significantly more risky than a head on.
The front of a car is the best place to have an impact in a regular car. You have the crumple zone, 1/3 of the chassis, front cross member, firewall all acting to soak up impact and protect the cabin.
Yet the Kei, having such little structural strength, killed 2 and seriously injured the remaining 3.
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Whoever here is arguing for Kei cars knows little about vehicle construction.
In order to keep the weight down, the chassis is made of lighter, less rigid, steel alloy and significantly thinner than a regular car.
The horizontal and vertical cabin supports are not structural. There is little roll protection.
There is no upper structural support for the rear quarter, as they were originally envisaged as cargo vehicles and tweaked later to allow passengers.
You are accustomed to trusting that a car has passed crash tests, side impact tests, roll tests... And assume the same is for all cars. Well... Not for Kei. The crash tests rating required is just a fraction of a regular car. This is why Keis are not sold/exported to most other countries except developing nations. They simply don't pass the safety requirements.
If a Kei used a similar amount of structural metal as a regular car, it would simply be too heavy to move.
From the outside, to the untrained eye, a car is a car. But the difference between them is like a solid oak table compared to a cheap home store flatpack desk.
Airbags won't help you.
The classification was never intended for a passenger car to be driven at high speeds.
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