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Posted in: Ghosn held $260,000 Rio party billed to Renault-Nissan, documents show See in context

So Nissan wants Ghosn to look guilty for doing this, but then when Tsunekazu Takeda doles of $2 million to Black Tidings, it's just the cost of doing business?

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Posted in: Chiemi Hori posts on blog she has advanced oral cancer See in context

Why do these people feel the need to post every last waking detail of their life. Just tell your friends and family in private - we don't all need to know everything.

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Posted in: Naomi Osaka loses 2nd round match in Dubai See in context

Opps, I guess when she plummets from #1 (undeserved anyway), she can thank herself and team around her for letting go of the coach which helped her get there.

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Posted in: WHO warns of 'backsliding' in measles fight as cases soar See in context

Philippines has an outbreak as we speak. Not that far from Japan and lots of Japanese guys go there to have "fun" with the locals.

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Posted in: Unbelievable deal from Domino’s Pizza Japan makes Wednesday best day of the week See in context

Factory pizza at its worst. And these are the types of establishments that make sure to put on their website that what you see in the photo doesn't guarantee what you will get upon ordering. Countless times I've ordered pizza from Dominos and it arrives totally dried out and cold, about 1 teaspoon of tomato sauce on the entire pizza, or small items broken/falling apart inside the box. They gladly put this stuff in a box and out the door without any care that you are actually paying money for this overpriced crap

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Posted in: 7 onsen in Chugoku where men and women can bathe together See in context

If you are with someone - a couple - you can bathe together at private hot spring. Not that hard to find.

If you are want to bathe with those of the opposite sex, I find it difficult for them to defend that they want it for totally normal reasons.

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Posted in: Lady Gaga, fiance Christian Carino no longer together See in context

A whole giant segment of the world cares about the personal lives of celebrities - that's who cares. As far as why they care, boredom with their own live in comparison to the rich/fabulous/dream lives of these half-wits.

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Posted in: Who votes for the Oscars, and how does it work? See in context

Connected insiders who can be bought with gifts and perks.

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Posted in: Does U.S. President Donald Trump deserve the Nobel Peace Prize? See in context


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Posted in: In making fact-based films, how much liberty is it OK to take in the name of entertainment? See in context

Hollywood already does this play on words with the difference between "Based on", "Adapted from", and "Inspired by" - they all mean something different.

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Posted in: Road rage driver arrested for incident in which man fell from truck See in context

Unlike action movies where the vehicle is properly set up for such action, I wouldn't advise the average Joe trying this on your own.

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Posted in: Mother arrested for abuse after nearly 100 scars found on 4-year-old daughter’s body See in context

I'm sure she didn't raise a finger - she instead used something else to inflict the damage. Not that it will happen, because of course there is no practice of common sense, but the other two kids should be examined for similar signs of abuse, and interviewed. Investigate the father, too. Let the mother rot in jail. Same with father if he had any part of it.

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Posted in: 78-year-old driver arrested for driving off with man clinging to hood See in context

If the driver wouldn't stop after side wiping your motorbike, what makes you think standing in front of him will be any more of an incentive to stop?

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Posted in: 106 foreigners disappeared in Japan last year after arriving on cruise ships See in context

There is zero reason why your sea ports do not have the same immigration scrutiny as your airports.

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Posted in: Court orders ex-classmates to pay ¥38.5 mil for bullying-induced suicide in Shiga See in context

Start fining all these bullies including those still doing it (their parents for not ending it). Maybe when parents start getting letters in the mail with a court order to pay 5Myen, they might actually sit their little a-hole kid down and break their bullying tendencies.

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Posted in: Amid trade talks, China urges U.S. to respect its right to develop, prosper See in context

Your right to develop and prosper doesn't come at the cost to your trading partners.

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Posted in: Abe urged to ensure Trump-Kim talks help resolve N Korean abductions See in context

Sad to say, but those people are long since gone. You should have done something years and years ago when the abductions first happened.

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Posted in: Japan's trade deficit expands in January as China-bound exports fall See in context

China is finally wising up to the fact that nobody wants Japan's overpriced "Made in Japan" overhyped goods.

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Posted in: Special branch: Poignant plea after bonsai burglary See in context

Way to up the value for the thieves.

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Posted in: In Japan, Valentine's Day gives women chance to treat themselves See in context

Jesus Christ, if you want chocolates bad enough, buy some. Nobody needs to buy them for you, pretend they care when they really don't, etc.

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Posted in: Tokyo to ban parents from physically punishing children See in context

Sounds great. So now you can officially let kids be the parents and parents be the kids.

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Posted in: Ghosn hires new defense team in change of strategy See in context

Better stock up on adult diapers and baby food, Ghosn.

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Posted in: It's not something Japanese people can ignore as someone else's problem. See in context

@lostrune2 Not overnight they don't. It would pile up much faster than mother nature can tend to it. Again, it's lazy humans causing the problem - dumping their trash where it doesn't belong. And besides the point, I thought we are meant to believe Japanese people are so tidy with trash (re: sporting event articles of clean locker rooms). They always bring their trash home with them. It's the dirty foreigners who are clogging the nation's rivers ?

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Posted in: Harrison Ford attacks leaders who deny climate change See in context

These blowhard celebrities are NOT scientists. These are the same people who turn to Scientology, juice diets, and all the latest trends for their daily lives. People living in fantasyland should not be trusted.

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Posted in: Do you think democracy is the best form of government? See in context

Certainly NOT socialism.

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Posted in: It's not something Japanese people can ignore as someone else's problem. See in context

Would they prefer if the same lazy people instead threw paper and wood products into the river? Because it's the people who are to blame for being lazy.

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Posted in: What do you think of the quality of food sold in convenience stores in Japan? Has it improved since you first came to Japan? See in context

It remains the same. No progression. And rip off on price, too.

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Posted in: Man arrested for beating girl after she helps woman who vomited on bus See in context

If anything, he should be mad at the woman who puked on him, not the girl who helped her. And the woman should offer him money for the vomit.

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Posted in: Angels hope Ohtani ready to join batting order by May See in context

So much for the greatest title.

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