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Posted in: Woman fatally stabbed by boyfriend on street in Osaka Prefecture See in context

Treble4punk

What kind of little boys carry a knife, a kitchen knife it has been reported, around ??? You can lash out , as we all have, with a verbal assault but it takes a complete pos to attack someone with a knife . Hang him high and save us taxpayers, the ones on this forum who actually live here, the expense

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Posted in: Japan to pledge around $30 billion in African aid at conference: report See in context

And there are people in Japan, people who need help to survive financially due to circumstances beyond their control.

Charity begins at home.

Look after the people here first before you flash money around just to keep up with the Joneses

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Posted in: 5 unsung films that dramatize America's rich labor history See in context

Considering this is an online Japanese publication, why would anyone care about ' America's rich labor history ' any more than that of any other country??? America is not, as most Americans tend to believe, the centre of the world and most people actually don't give a hoot about the place .

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Posted in: Former British ambassador to Myanmar reportedly detained See in context

Yrral

Compared to ... Russia? North Korea? China?

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Posted in: Toyota launches new Sienta in Japan See in context

Kaerimashita

Yeah... Turns out it doesn't have a good meaning...but ...I am on my second ' pajero' and they are awesome cars, especially in snow.

Agreed with many of the above ...this looks suspiciously like a Renault.

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Posted in: Finland's 'partying PM' apologizes for controversial photo See in context

Cricky

Everyone deserves a life....but as Thatcher said ' it's lonely at the top.'

Were her friends vetted? What is to say she didn't discuss sensitive political matters or divulge confidential information? There is a huge security risk here. That seems to be the main concern.

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Posted in: Tadanobu Asano, who plays Hogun in Thor films, marries model 18 years younger See in context

Met him during my former career a few times. Really nice guy. Totally down to earth. Good luck to them both. Now, if only I had enough money....

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Posted in: For 1st month ever, streamers rule broadcast, cable networks See in context

Bob fosse

Ok...missed that..thanks... But why then is it in the entertainment section of a Japanese online publication? America is the only country is the world relevant to Japan?

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Posted in: Road to undisputed: Usyk, Fury want heavyweight title fight See in context

Agreed....man handling Vs precision..

Usyk was rocked yesterday by body shots and Joshua's corner should have capitalised on that...bad tactics. Could have gone the other way. Massive turnaround in round 10.

Great victory for Callum Smith btw!

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Posted in: COVID-19: Are you an anti-vaxxer? See in context

Why is it a dumb question? Some people are opposed to the vaccines for a number of reasons. Seems like a perfectly reasonable question.

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Posted in: For 1st month ever, streamers rule broadcast, cable networks See in context

What a terrible article. Where? Tokyo? Osaka? Japan? Belgium? Maldives?? Ahhh... football games...so it must be a country that likes football... England, Japan, Peru, Nigeria etc etc,...where??? Do we get a prize if we guess what country this is talking about??

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Posted in: 60-year-old man arrested after scuffle in Sapporo supermarket See in context

Typical Japanese 60 year old with an ' I'm your sempai ' attitude. On the other hand though, the other guy could have just apologized. Both in the wrong here.

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Posted in: Daughter of ultra-nationalist Russian ideologue killed in suspected car bomb attack See in context

This is what is needed . More of these attacks on home soil against specific targets. The IRA was too indiscriminate in its attacks on British targets and lost support of many who were sympathetic to their cause. Pinpoint hits, that's the way to do it!

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Posted in: Girl arrested over knife attack in Shibuya says she wanted 'death penalty' See in context

Lock her up in mental hospital and throw away the key. She does not deserve freedom.

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Posted in: Finland asks: Does a prime minister have a right to party? See in context

The article raises a good point....how much did she drink? Too much to be able to make crucial decisions? Finland has a very potentially aggressive neighbor next door and they don't have NATO to watch their backs. If you want to ' party ' and ' get down' with your ' gurlfriends' ( sic) then maybe you don't have the maturity to head a country.

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Posted in: Police to revise rules for VIP protection after Abe shooting See in context

Very bad journalism...

Quote ..

One officer dispatched from the Tokyo metropolitan police force and several local police officers were in his immediate vicinity, but none was able to stop the assailant before he fired two shots at the former prime minister from behind.

The assailant fired one shot that missed and made Abe turn around. Total incompetence on the part of the police there allowed the second shot. It wasn't a case of them not being able to because they didn't even try to.

JT should be more careful about the accuracy of the stories they run.

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Posted in: Japanese government worried young adults aren’t drinking enough alcohol See in context

Letsberealistic

Unfortunately life itself is not 100 percent safe and to date has a mortality rate of 100%.

What's next? No cars? No airplanes? No hobbies? No bicycles? No swimming? No running?

If you want to take away the risk from human activities, you take away human activities.

Life is for living, it's not how long you live, it's how well you live it and if someone likes a beer or a whiskey or whatever, in moderation of course, then good luck to them. And if you don't want to drink alcohol, or smoke, or drive a car, or sit on a train, or take a plane, or swim in the sea, or ride a bicycle, that's fine too.

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Posted in: Stars Coffee, anyone? Starbucks successor opening in Russia See in context

Could have called it

'Czars coffee'

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Posted in: Do you know anyone who joined a cult and if so, what happened to them? See in context

Was born into a Catholic family... baptism...first communion... confirmation..... If that isn't cult ish in nature then I don't know what is... Agree with many posters here ..all religions are cults as they tell you what to think, what to do, not what to do.... Fortunately I got quickly out of that nonsense when I went to uni.

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Posted in: 9 men sent to prosecutors over alleged orgy with high school girl See in context

Girl in Tokyo

There is no proof of rape at the moment. There is proof of an organized pay for sex orgy.

See the difference?? Not difficult really, is it.

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Posted in: Record high number of ambulances struggling to find hospitals in Japan See in context

As some posters have I think very correctly pointed out, the whole ambulance system here is a joke.

You ring for an ambulance. The local fire station sends an ambulance. Then they have to figure out where to take you.

A central system that dispatches ambulances from designated hospitals, without them having the option to say no would solve this.

But come on, this is Japan.... ' We have done it this way for a long time and that's the way we are going to do for a long time. '

Apply this formula to anything here.

Japan Inc ... The land of the setting sun.

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Posted in: U.S. Vice President Harris to attend Abe's state funeral See in context

Lamilly

Critical because who is going to be paying for their security? I doubt biden is phoning kishida with his credit card details! Or maybe Harris and Obama are using airmiles?? No, it's going to be a total unnecessary tax payer burden when the country has far bigger issues that need financial support. Let them attend it by zoom.

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Posted in: Disney+ subscribers surge as Netflix stumbles See in context

Wtf Japan

Did I ever write it will cause everyone to leave??? Those with a more refined cultural palate will ditch Netflix whilst at the same time have no desire to join Disney.

I am sure Disney is raking it in. Easy money .

As Mark twain said ' heaven for the climate, hell for the company.'

Read that as you may

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Posted in: Disney+ subscribers surge as Netflix stumbles See in context

Virusrex

Who said anything about joining Disney? Where did I write that?? I would rather pick my eyes out with a spoon than watch the utter dross Disney is providing.

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Posted in: Disney+ subscribers surge as Netflix stumbles See in context

Netflix's wokeness will cause even more people to leave. I did after their content became unbearable to watch.

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Posted in: Japan's summer holidays in full swing with lack of COVID restrictions See in context

I was in itami airport and Haneda airport today...both crowded but not that bad.... Really good to see people going on vacation again

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Posted in: Obama among international dignitaries expected at Abe state funeral See in context

Theresident.

It's not an issue of ' not paying your tax or just leave. ' according to many political pundits who know what they are talking about, there is no provision in current legislation to fund a state funeral for an ex prime minister. It's a gross misuse of public funds.

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Posted in: 'Chicago' to welcome trans actor Angelica Ross as Roxie Hart See in context

You can put a Ferrari body kit on a Nissan march but it's still a Nissan march. This is a dude who wants to bar for the other side.

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Posted in: Gauff thwarts Osaka fightback to reach San Jose WTA quarter-finals See in context

What was wrong this time? Was the wind against her? Did the crowd not swoon at every shot she made, and bodged??

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Posted in: Pelosi says U.S. will 'not allow' China to isolate Taiwan See in context

The us is just like alot of their citizen.... Big mouths who can't keep their noses out of anyone's business and when the push comes to shove, it all turns out to be a lot of hot air.... Yeah America... You did a great job telling the Communists in Vietnam what to do...and then again in Afghanistan....and you really showed Putin how tough you are when he reclaimed Ukraine... But at the same time, your own country is a complete mess... So why don't you stop interfering in things that don't concern you ( please correct me if I am right in saying America has never been elected to be the world's police ) and put your own house in order first

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