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Posted in: Prosecutors to drop criminal charges against Kan, TEPCO execs See in context

Not enough evidence??? FFS!

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Posted in: 15-year-old girl attempts Y4 mil identity fraud See in context

Well. The banks did it, the J Govt. did it, kids watch and learn.Ahh, the new morality.

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Posted in: Scornful Syria hails 'historic American retreat' as Obama hesitates See in context

General Wesley Clarcke,retired, has openly told the media that back in 2007 he was informed of a plan to sinvade 7 countries in 5 years", including Syria. This latest threat by the US is no surprise. The biggest threat to world peace (and the holder of the biggest stockpile of chemicsl weapons) is the good ol' USA. WMD anyone?Anyone?

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Posted in: Tokyo bar owner, 3 hostesses arrested for drugging, robbing customer See in context

It's well known that under the influence of hypnotic pharmacueticals most directions will be obeyed without question. It's about time for a crackdown on these bastards. Sexual assault,theft,rape, common occurences in roppongi and other nigerian crime group centers.

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Posted in: Man jumps onto car of wife's underwear thief; holds on for 2.5 kilometers See in context

some barbed fish hooks hidden in the undies,connected to 50lb line secured robustly. Plenty of time to nab him, going nowhere. Just a thought..

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Posted in: Should doping in sport be a crime? See in context

Actually, drugs have helped humans throughout history.

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Posted in: Yokohama man arrested for killing father with ice pick, hammer See in context

finally snapped after years of bullying and emotional blackmail?

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Posted in: Man demands divorce after his wife throws out his anime collection See in context

Reading comics is less childish than passively watching tv or movies in my opinion. Obviously some posters equate comics with jughead and beano. Telling really.

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Posted in: What can Y20 mil buy you? A high-ranking Aichi prefectural police officer, apparently See in context

If you push out the locals, you will be flooded with foreign gangs who have no respect or societal affilliation. Look what's happening in places like Aus. Cops and crooks liasing keeps the mad dogs down and the public if not safe, at least not in mortal danger of random attacks.

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Posted in: Mother ordered to pay Y95 mil after bicycle-riding son collides with elderly woman See in context

An eight year old child is legally permitted, indeed required, to leave the parents property unattended, whilst a dog must be leashed, for a start. A ridiculous comparison. Can we now sue parents of adult criminals too? Can I sue the driving instuctor who taught the guy who hit my car ? I hope this gets overturned on appeal. Children are sentient,indrpendent beings who make decisions based on their limited experience. It's part of life in a society.

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Posted in: Elementary school students attacked by man in Tokyo See in context

pfha! Doesn't really constitute an attack does it? His bike handle clipped a kid, and he swung ( I'm guessing) a cheap plastic umbrella. A grumpy old man, hardly an attempt to harm.

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Posted in: Teacher tapes up mouth of girl, 7, to stop her spreading germs See in context

Trauma? It sounds like a small issue, blown out of proportion by over protective parents. I was caned and strapped at school, and while I don't support beating kids, it DID teach me (eventually) the reality of consequences and responsibility. Not a large deal in my opinion.

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Posted in: Kagawa kicks off 'Udon Prefecture' project See in context

Bland,unimaginative, targets only domestic tourism,single attraction marketing. Typical waste of money. If they developed real tourist infrastructure,gave tax breaks to local businesses and targeted interntl. market as well, they might just make meaningful inroads into a struggling industry.

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Posted in: Man attacks 3 children in stabbing spree on Tokyo street See in context

I agree

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Posted in: 12-year-old boy taken into custody over attacks on schoolchildren in Saitama See in context

socio/psychopathic red flag?

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Posted in: 'Abenomics' may result in more workers getting fired See in context

Start a business, pay what the law says you must. Try to make a profit I fkn dare you. If all regs and payroll taxes, consumption taxes, social insurance, health ins urence, employee tax, to name a few, let alone personal taxes, many industries find it impossible. Then blame small business. Open your eyes, big business eats your tax. This is a failing economy because of recalcitrant politicians, inherent corruption and public indifference to blatantly compromised fiscal and social policy.

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Posted in: 'Abenomics' hitting consumers from all sides See in context

Small businesses are suffering under the barrage of tax and utility increases. Smug denials by salary drones notwithstanding, things are not going well.

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Posted in: Fake fingers help ex-yakuza lead lawful life See in context

yep. 3 million dollars a year renovating houses.uh-huh.

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Posted in: Australia defends decision to leave asylum-seekers' bodies in ocean See in context

Australia gets trashed over immigration,but I can't think of another Pacific rim country doing ANYTHING like Aus. does in terms of facilitating immigration, not to mention refugee claims and asylum seekers.How many have been accepted by Japan,Singapore, Malaysia etc? All developed economies.Just asking...

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Posted in: Australia defends decision to leave asylum-seekers' bodies in ocean See in context

Australian taxpayers a re already spending hundreds of millions of dollars patrolling for,apprehending,processing ,housing, feeding,giving medical attention,legal rep, background checks etc. Now add diverting overstretched resources to find corpses of what are essentially illegal immigrants who knowingly risk lives for economic gain? What then, pay for repatriation? Most pass through Indon.not perfect, but it IS safe for them. It's a huge tragedy, but there are realities to consider.

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Posted in: 'DJ Cop' at Shibuya crossing a hit on YouTube See in context

Japanese are generally pretty non-agressive, and don't look on police as the enemy, I think Aussies could learn a lot from Japanese crowd behaviour and attitude.

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Posted in: Judge orders 3 bullies, parents to pay compensation to victim See in context

Ridiculous. Humans are a herd mammal, social ranking happens naturally and this enforced "niceness" is a kneejerk reaction confusing bullying and oersonal persecution.Bullying victims should be taught how to deal with it not run to courts for financial gain. Hello litigious Japanb goidbye common sense.

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Posted in: Teenage girl jumps to her death at Machida Station See in context

I concur with the majority of posts here. Support networks are needed desperately.

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Posted in: The grave of Christ – Japanese town solves many of world’s mysteries See in context

one more joke in the comedy called religion.

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Posted in: Hashimoto says comfort women system necessary for wartime troops See in context

What can you expect from an ignorant son of a gangster, raised without morals?

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Posted in: New Zealand votes to legalise same-sex marriage See in context

? New Zealand and Australia are two seperate sovereign countries.

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Posted in: Have Japan’s anti-smoking laws gone too far? See in context

Let's turn yet another country into a nanny state! As long as it's legal I'll smoke where I like. One hundred odd years of fossil fuel use has ravaged our planet, but you want to complain about smelly clothes. Move to Australia if you don't value your independence from Govt. meddling.

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Posted in: Mother gets 30 years for letting 2 kids starve to death See in context

3 young lives wasted.

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Posted in: Dennis Rodman: N Korea leader wants Obama to call See in context

...and there goes the slavery card Dennis, you hypocrite.

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Posted in: Dennis Rodman: N Korea leader wants Obama to call See in context

why would anyone listen to an ignorant clown like Rodman? There are educated, intelligent people who deal with rogue states. Celebrities and sportspeople are not elected and have no place interfering.

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