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Posted in: Man arrested over headless body in suitcase admits killing foreigner See in context

I imagine without the head it's not so easy to tell right away things like age and ethnicity.

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Posted in: Model citizen See in context

This picture is awesome. I love it. Asian women who are overweight tend to carry it all in their belly, instead of hips and ass like Western women. It makes her look kind of like an overgrown toddler.

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Posted in: Refugees International Japan holds 'Art of Dining' exhibition See in context

Great, do they offer help to refugees in Japan?

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Posted in: Torso identified as that of missing Fukuoka woman See in context

Scary. But I don't know if you've ever tried to report stalking in Japan (I have) but the police can't (or won't) do anything until there is an actual act of violence, or an attempt at violence. Threats and harassment are not enough to get them to act.

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Posted in: Divorced man arrested for abducting his son in Kumamoto See in context


Your story makes me terribly sad. I'm so sorry for what happened to you. I don't have any advice to give; just wanted to offer my condolences.

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Posted in: Mother, two children found dead in apparent murder-suicide See in context


Yes, Monkeyz, just like the lies about the happiness of the single woman and the lies of the so-called "fulfilment" of part-time mothers who leave their children to be raised by day care workers so that the mothers and the fathers can "fulfil" themselves in their appointed career. Yep, yep.

Haha, cute. It's not fulfillment that they're after; many people wouldn't be able to keep a roof over their heads if both parents didn't work. Imagine trying to provide for wife+children+elderly parents on one average income! And then imagine it's the income of a factory worker, farmer or fisherman. I work with quite a few working mothers; most would gladly stay home with their kids if they could afford to do so.

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Posted in: Japan becoming nation of unrelenting complainers See in context


These are the new "Libs" -wait until they try to take over like in the U.S., Paris, UK.

Illegal immigrants fighting and marching in the streets. Demanding free healthcare, school and jobs Bizarre new social norms No responsibility and don't pay taxes

This is probably the dumbest post yet. What does complaining at restaurants and such have to do with political liberalism, or any political philosophy? Your post essentially boils down to "These damn kids today grumble grumble get off my lawn!" I love how conservatives paste the "Lib" label on anything they don't like. Why don't you ask some of the hard-core complainers about their political beliefs? You may be surprised.

I gotta say, though--I sympathize with the guy who went to the restaurant wanting what he saw on TV. I would be frustrated, too, since the TV shows of that type that we usually see are meant to be extended commercials for the restaurants. I wouldn't throw a tantrum about it, though.

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Posted in: Woman arrested for dumping unwanted newborn on Gunma road See in context


I can't really agree with you that there's always someone willing to help or that this woman had access to such help, because that someone had 9 months, while she was wandering around homeless and pregnant, to help her, but no one did. Yes, the mentally ill often lack the ability to seek such help for themselves, or to realize what kind of help they need. That is why so many are homeless.

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Posted in: Woman arrested for dumping unwanted newborn on Gunma road See in context

What's with all the people calling this person a murderer? The baby was probably born dead. It's birthweight was very low, so it quite likely was born prematurely. 2.5 kgs is something like the 10th percentile for birthweight, and this baby weighed less. Things may have been different if the baby was born in a hospital with a NICU unit, but how is a homeless woman going to have access to such a hospital? Her comment that the father was someone she didn't like is being taken rather unfortunately out of context, since that makes it sound like a reason for killing a baby that she probably had no chance of saving in the first place. Also, to the nutter who would have taken the baby in, what would you have done with a stillborn baby?

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