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Posted in: Over 600 Japan entities hit by cyberattacks amid rise in telework See in context

As someone who's the sole system administrator for a small company in Fukuoka, I'm not the least surprised...

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Posted in: Death by overwork on rise among Japan's vulnerable workers See in context

I work at a sports arena in a group which is known for being strong. We carry heavy things around by hand all day. We work from 7am to 6pm every day. During golden week we work from 6am to 9pm. They pay overtime but imagine carrying 100kg+ things from that many hours.

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Posted in: Police officer commits suicide with pistol in station toilet See in context

It seems like it happens every year....

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Posted in: Woman, boyfriend force her daughter to eat 30 pet goldfish See in context

I work with kids in the suburbs here in Japan and I've heard worse from the teachers. I've had parents come to school while hitting their kids with an umbrella so hard they broke their bones. There's a lot of stuff that goes on without being reported.

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Posted in: Woman, holding newborn baby, jumps from building See in context

Why can't they just kill themselves? Why do they have to kill the baby?

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Posted in: Marshmallow girls want to cosplay too See in context

Eeew. Fat people should never cosplay. Cosplayers are supposed to look like the character, not like they ate the character.

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Posted in: What do you think about the way many politicians campaign in Japan, driving along streets, with their name being repeated over and over again by loudpseaker? See in context

Way too noisy and like most countries, it doesn't matter who wins. Things will stay the same anyways. So basically, I hate it.

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Posted in: New .sucks domain stirs up storm over free speech See in context

I don't see anything wrong with it. It's not like people are forced to use it. And if someone wants to use it then I don't see a problem with it. Simple.

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Posted in: Kagoshima schools to resume Saturday classes once a month See in context

Poor kids... I guess suicide rates will go up then.

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Posted in: Some Japanese see slain hostages as troublemakers See in context

I don't know the back-story of these guys but in my world it's pretty easy. If you go to a country like that it's your own fault if you get killed. Same if you decided to go to the slums of Brazil all of a sudden.

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Posted in: Do you agree with the Japanese government's decision to provide $200 million in non-military humanitarian aid for those displaced by conflict in the Middle East? See in context

It's not like the Japanese people need help. You know with the retirement money, debts ruining high school students making them kill themselves, finding a place in kindergartens for your kid etc. Let's save people in another country instead of focusing on the people right here.

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Posted in: Gov't aims to restart Kyushu nuclear reactors in June See in context

I'm actually happy they decided to restart it. Maybe now the electric bill will be lower. I also live kinda close to the reactors but don't really have any worries.

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