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Posted in: Elderly woman describes her flood victim husband's final moments See in context

We all knew the mega typhoon was coming. Why did no one help them to prepare properly beforehand?

It's people like this who have the highest risk during these disasters.

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Posted in: Student uses invisible ink to ace ninja report See in context

But can she Naruto Run?

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Posted in: Revamped cabinet lineup signals Abe's gambit to stay in power See in context

This picture is nothing but out of touch old people.

Their ways of thinking can't possibly be what the younger, future generation needs.

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Posted in: Should the international community protect the Amazon? See in context

@1glenn are you dense? the amazon forest provides support to the entire earth's climate. What happens to it affects ALL of us. It's he, the very corrupt leader of brazil that are violating international sovereignty by intentionally destroying it, year after year, despite receiving financial support from many countries that are intended as a bribe to stop what he's doing.

If you ask me, he should be buried alive.

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Posted in: Mother arrested for attempting to kill daughters aged 4 and 3 See in context

Just a regular day in the taboo mental health issue of Japan.

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Posted in: Whaling town Taiji begins dolphin hunt See in context

For people talking about respecting culture: Just because it's a culture doesn't meant it's a good thing.

In fact, like hunting dolphins into a bloodbath trap, is nothing short of barbaric.

Japan has a lot of great qualities. This old tradition? Not one of them.

Don't these guys eat enough fish already? The earth's oceans are stretched thin already.

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Posted in: China urges Japan, S Korea to resolve dispute through dialogue See in context

China, the country that listens to no-one and is openly committing atrocities? get real

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Posted in: Japanese women's breast size boasts 40 years of continued growth See in context

These are nothing but wild claims that can't hold as science without actual evidence,

of course I'm talking about pictures :)

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Posted in: At least 34 killed as Afghan bus hits bomb See in context

The issue is believing islam and a country where islam is the mentality and law can ever be peaceful, outside interference or not. It's just not possible

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Posted in: Moving to Japan? Here are 10+ tips to help women prepare for expat life See in context

tips to help women as the title?

Can't we just address the elephant in the room and acknowledge that most expats in japan are probably guys, who are english teachers in some form, who came to score highschoolers. lol

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Posted in: China says it won't allow discussion on Hong Kong at G20 summit in Osaka See in context

@rlperez@hotmail.com.au found the chinese who blindly believes what their government allows them to know lol.

china is one of the worst dictatorships in recent history. They harvest organs from people while they are still alive. of course HK wants to get as far away from chinese politics and rule as possible, the reality is worse than any horror film.

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Posted in: N Korea reminds China of Japanese rule to strengthen ties See in context

Talked with a chinese friend the other day, he didn't know about the tiananmen square massacre in 1989 and thought a lot of rumours regarding the chinese were made up. I made a prediction to him that the current dictator won't leave power unless there is a revolution or assassination and that we'll see 10 years later how it turned out.

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Posted in: Skateboard skills See in context

Japanese have some really talented young skaters, but it seems like many of them were ushered into skating by their parents, thus they practice it as a job, not as enjoyment/hobby. What happened to letting your kid choose what they want to do?

Don't know what the case is for this kid, but this is my observation at least.

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Posted in: Car hits preschool children, injuring two in Nishinomiya See in context

@Vince Black I dont think they are the worst, considering how awful driving in asia is in general, but the Japanese have no sense of teamwork or unity in any part of their society, which is especially important on the road.

Everyone is "me, me, me" and do what they want without thinking and that's when these accidents occur.

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Posted in: Trump says impeachment is 'dirty, filthy, disgusting word' See in context

Funny to see how many americans here support trump despite the wall of evidence against him.

How ignorant can you be? I'm not even american and it's pissing me off to see how dumb people can be.

He should be impeached and jailed for treason++.

not saying i support hillary. they are both filthy, corrupt crooks either owned by the russians or the banks.

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Posted in: Mass stabbing near Tokyo lasted less than 20 seconds See in context

In a country with this large of a population, multiplied with common bullying in school, work place, kouhai/senpai power struggles, overwork, other pressure etc. (not knowing if it contributed), these crazy people are going to explode sooner or later. It's super sad and might have been avoided. Now it depends if future incidents can be avoided by learning from this.

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Posted in: Petition launched to stop forcible hair dyeing from natural color to black in schools See in context

Let them have whatever colors they want, natural and not.

There couldn't be a single thing less related from learning discipline than hair color. wtf are they thinking.

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Posted in: What it’s like to experience reverse culture shock after leaving Japan See in context

This isn't newsworthy just because you forgot about tipping, an old and outdated system anyway.

And if you saw anything during the 6 years, you'd know that a lot of the Japanese politeness is actually an act to not have to deal with something, or ableness to speak the truth. Ofc, not all of it, but a lot, especially in the work place.

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Posted in: End of 'Big Bang' stirs debate over future of TV comedies See in context

Absolute garbage TV, along with friends. you could even see where the jokes are headed before the episode starts, and when it happens, it's just trash.

Seinfeld is the king of TV, and even when you know where the joke was headed, you were looking forward to it, because even without a laugh track, the actors knew what they were doing in order to make real comedy.

big bang, friends, it's for the simple minded.

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Posted in: Japan's labor shortage eats away at back-breaking work culture See in context

The biggest problem with Japan, and what discourages many to seek job in a Japanese company is exactly these old fashioned ways of thinking and absolutely horrid working culture.

If they can use common sense and solve this problem, it will be a much more attractive place to seek jobs as a human, rather than a robot.

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Posted in: Do you consider what Wikileaks does to be journalism? See in context

In the current day when journalism is weak and cowardly, bought by sponsors and whatnot, it's nice to have wikileaks who say it like it is, even if it's unfiltered material.

The journalism world brought it upon themselves when they lost their integrity.

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Posted in: Wreckage confirmed to be crashed Japanese F-35 stealth fighter; pilot still missing See in context

Always some military aircraft crashing or having issues especially in Japan. Why??

Lack of training? Poor maintenance? It's starting to become as usual as public shootings are in the states.

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Posted in: Some see Japanese era system as unnecessary, unsuited for modern age See in context

Some people argue that it puts a name to an era. But the emperor doesn't have any real power, nor does the meaning of the era. It's just for show, thus, pointless.

People were also saying happy new year, like, what? Literally nothing except calendar prints are going to change, and time-wise nothing happened. C'mon ppl..

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Posted in: Trump hails North Korea's 'awesome potential' See in context

@Texas A&M Aggie & @kawabegawa198

Yes, he's also one of the most criminal presidents in your country's history. In bed with the arabs, the russians and NK. Doing only what is good for his personal business.

The only real correct answer is that trump should be impeached, tried for treason and possibly executed for his crimes against your country and the world.

If you think otherwise, I guess you're a part of that great 'americans are dumb' stereotype.. buut whatever floats your boat.

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Posted in: What everyone wants at the Trump-Kim summit See in context

Kim is clearly doing something different than his dictator father and grandfather.

Tell that to the slaves who are eating rats to survive, or giving up their friends/parents, resulting in their lineage being executed for treason.

As a newspaper you're morally bound to not spew this kind of crap.

Like really? What kind of bubble do these guys live in.

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Posted in: Japanese fighter crashes in Sea of Japan; 2 crew rescued See in context

Feel like there is a military-related plane/helicopter accident all the time over here.

Do they get real training?

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Posted in: 13 same-sex couples file suits for marriage equality in Japan See in context

Japan, a country so associated with development and the latest tech, sure are faaar behind on the human side of things. And it's the dumbest and simplest issues of all. Just legalize it. Literally nothing in your lives will be affected, except some others may be more equal to you.

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Posted in: Man arrested for attempting to kill 15-year-old girl at her request See in context

People are so freaking dumb. That includes both of them.

Japanese people give up so easily, and death is the only way out? Come on... how weak.

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Posted in: Tokyo court denies Ghosn's latest bail request See in context

Straight up unreasonable and discriminating.

This would never happen if the person in question was Japanese. I guess we're still living in the old times, eh.

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Posted in: Crazy in love? The Japanese man 'married' to a hologram See in context

Let's not celebrate mental illnesses by posting articles like these.

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