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Posted in: Japan considering restricting senior citizens’ access to ATMs See in context

I have been harassed and my smartphone was broken by one of the gaijin touts in Shinjuku almost five years ago. Do you know what happened after I went to Koban? Lazy, incompetent police told me they can't do anything about it and I shouldn't crossed that street because it's so dangerous. Dude, it's in front of Robotto restaurant and one of the most busiest streets in Japan. What a solution huh...

So, I'm not surprised with this solution either.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 21 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 274 See in context

I'm still waiting for the minus numbers

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Posted in: Britney Spears tells court she wants her life back See in context

This case reminded me Amy Winehouse somehow

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Posted in: Woman arrested over murder of common-law husband See in context

What's the difference between common law husband and boyfriend?

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Posted in: Japanese kids suffer near worst mental health among richest nations: report See in context

-Extreme jealousy between the students.

-Teachers and parents who play three wise monkeys.

-Unrealistic idealism.

-Rote learning.

-Discrimination towards the differences.

These are enough reasons to be a depressed kid.

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Posted in: Osaka burglar arrested because he couldn’t find a mask during shortage See in context


At around midnight on April 23, a 66-year-old man was walking through the skyscraper-lined streets of Yodogawa Ward in Osaka city. Although even at this hour late-working businessmen can usually be seen bustling about and grabbing drinks, it was during the state of emergency in Japan and the streets were virtually deserted at the time.

I had a headache until I understood this long sentence.

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Posted in: Tokyo's daily coronavirus infections hit new record of 243 See in context

I wonder what kind of job these shut down seekers are doing?

They act like they got savings which will last for years without working.

But let me tell you something most of the people on the contrary won't be able to pay their rents if there would be a second emergency.

Not every job can be done by teleworking.

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