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Posted in: Man arrested for indecent exposure on train See in context

So did they at least point and laugh?

I'm surprised he wasn't carrying a selfie stick to record.

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Posted in: Actor Kentaro Ito arrested over hit-and-run incident in Tokyo See in context

I had to google this fool, no idea who he was.

Then I saw his picture. It was the worthless commentator from Terrace House who said nothing of interest on the show!

Good job there pretty boy.

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Posted in: Trump concedes no coronavirus economic relief deal before Election Day See in context

"After the election we'll get the best stimulus package you've ever seen," Trump told reporters

This kinda reminds me of the old publisher's clearing house nonsense.....YOU MAY HAVE already won 10 billion dollars!!!!

So you're saying, more tax payers money to come, we just have to vote for you. Win Win!

(.............................)

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Posted in: Japan gov't OKs bill to offer free coronavirus vaccines See in context

Yeah, that's fine and good............

But just one small problem.

It's something that doesn't even exist yet!!!

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Posted in: 40 windows smashed at junior high school in Okayama See in context

The lunchroom? Their school had a lunchroom? That's impressive considering many JHS do not have one, they use their own classrooms to eat.

And that would be the LAST place I would smash, the one place to get away from the classrooms? Brilliant thinking juniors.......

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Posted in: Dominant Hawks clinch 21st pennant See in context

a single two-team four-game competition between the champs and runners-up starting Nov 14.

In other words:

"a 4 game series between the Hawks and the 2nd place team starting Nov 14."

Are they still giving a one win advantage to the higher seed? Horrible idea that should have been changed since day 1.

And don't even get me started on the name "climax" series (which is not even the final round of the playoffs.)

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Posted in: 'Demon Slayer' revenue tops ¥10.75 bil in 10 days, breaking Japan box-office record See in context

¥10.75 bil in 10 days, 

That's just from some random anime movie. And having no real competition.

Now what would happen if we had Top Gun 2 and Ghostbusters 3 in theaters now!?!?

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Posted in: Man arrested for abusing common-law wife’s daughter See in context

He has no job and he's beating teenage girls........Why is this worthless piece of trash still walking freely?

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Posted in: Coronavirus pandemic deepens Japan's demographic crisis See in context

Just like Japan, push the blame on someone else, never taking responsibility for one's own actions.

Yes, the pandemic stinks and is hurting everyone in the world. But Japan was already doing poorly in birthrates long before COVID-19.

Start with looking at the problems the government and companies and their bottom lines create before blaming anything or anyone else.

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Posted in: YouTuber, 2 others sent to prosecutors for stunt at Shibuya crossing See in context

The allegation against Harada is the latest in a series of arrests, including one in July after he allegedly ate fish that he had not paid for in a supermarket in the central Japan city of Okazaki, 

Oh that's the guy? I've seen some of these videos on youtube, IG, Tik Tok or wherever. Complete waste of time. Nothing amusing at all. Maybe if his videos were somewhat funny or intelligent? Then I might have some sympathy. I hope they keep fining this guy or reprimanding him or something.

On youtube this kind of garbage can be more or less easy to avoid, as I don't normally search for morons doing uninteresting things.

IG is avoidable, but there are a lot of random pop ups now that they are trying to promote REELS.

But fools like this really interrupt my TIK TOK feed. I definitely don't need to see guys eating food, jumping, doing lame dances or anything really. No one is watching dudes on Tik Tok anyways.

Get a job!

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Posted in: Girl injured by 17-year-old boy's suicide leap in Osaka dies in hospital See in context

but never watching up.

Real good point there. unfortunately that has to change now.

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Posted in: Girl injured by 17-year-old boy's suicide leap in Osaka dies in hospital See in context

I used to love HEP 5 when I lived in Osaka.

There's a LOT of people out front, especially if they are waiting for the traffic light to change.

Pedestrians were lucky not more people were hit by this fool.

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Posted in: JAL offers discounted coronavirus tests to travelers See in context

Hey JAL, we got two words for ya!!!!

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Posted in: Abe says he didn’t want to cosplay as Mario at 2016 Olympics See in context

Mario Abe.

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Posted in: Trump no fan of Sacha Baron Cohen See in context

Trump no fan of Sacha Baron Cohen

Is anyone?.

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Posted in: JAL offers discounted coronavirus tests to travelers See in context

@nonu6976

5500 yen to just print out the results?

I think it includes a cookie with it.

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Posted in: Gov't calls for longer New Year holiday to curb virus spread See in context

good news....or......they could, you know, spread out vacation time for everyone and not make it all at one time!!!!

some people go on break in Nov, Jan, or whenever! rotate holiday times! so simple!

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Posted in: Nursery teacher arrested over kidnapping and sexually assault of elementary school girl See in context

sigh..........

Daiki Ogawa

32-year-old 

now add a pic, home address, place of work, and name of his employer.

Obviously there is more to it.

But this is the basic listing for a sex offender.

Do it!!!!!!

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Posted in: Japanese municipalities to live-stream tourist spots on Facebook See in context

Look at them jumping into the 2010's using social media as a promotional tool.

Who could've thunk it would be a good idea? Astonishing!

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Posted in: 2-hour virus test to be available at Narita airport See in context

Just 2 hours? Good I can catch up on watching my movie..........

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Posted in: Halloween revelry in Japan to take new forms during pandemic See in context

> @nintendogirl

> IDK why Japanese people like Halloween, since it's a foreign culture. 

"I agree.............

What's to like about Halloween? The candy/snacks? (Bleh)

People having fun? What wants that? (eye rolls)

People drinking and socializing? What is this? A way to relieve stress? (lock em up!)

Funny and amusing costumes? Absurdity...........(plebeians)

And those Crazy foreigners! Send them back to foreign land! (not a real place)

.................said NO ONE EVER!"

I guess some people just like to enjoy their lives once in a while. That's all NintendoGirl. If that is your real name.

Sure, this year may not be the best time for a Shibuya party, but I'm sure there are other ways to celebrate the occasion on a smaller scale.

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Posted in: Japan had record 610,000 school bullying cases in FY2019 See in context

Blame the educational system (among other things.)

They don't mix classes.

Arrange Math and Japanese classes (or whatever classes you want) by skill level, not by homeroom.

Allow choices of classes, not just the same ones for everyone.

Have them socialize properly not just lecture them the entire time.

Enforce suspensions and detention to delinquents, create consequences for students if they break rules.

There's so many things that CAN but AREN'T done.

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Posted in: Japanese elementary teacher busted for hiding students’ shoes; writing 'die' on their belongings See in context

Sounds like a bully straight up.

Good job harassing some little kids there, teach.

He would be a good visual aid for the kids in the school.

"Hey kids, this is how NOT to become an adult. Whatever he does, do the opposite. Good luck!"

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Posted in: Japanese researchers show masks do block coronavirus, but not entirely See in context

Japanese researchers show masks do block coronavirus, but not entirely

uhhhh, what's the date on this article? April-May? or Oct-Nov?

Thank you for telling us these things many of us found out about 3-4 months ago.

What is this? a 6 month lesson review?

Now, how about you guys work on some NEW information and NEW solutions?

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Posted in: No jail for parents who left daughters at home while they used COVID cash handout for hotel stay See in context

No jail for parents who left daughters at home while they used COVID cash handout for hotel stay

> Mitsugu Yamamoto, 28, and his wife Kazuki, 24, charged with parental neglect, were sentenced to two years in prison, suspended for four years. In his ruling, Judge Kanji Tomita at the Kagoshima District Court said, "It was a crime that posed a high risk to life,"

> Although prosecutors demanded a prison term of two years for the couple, the court permitted a suspension as the mother has expressed her intention to take care of the girls by heeding the advice of social workers and her own parent, he said.

Wait, so which is it? 2 years in prison and 4 years suspension (whatever that means) or NO jail time? I'm reading contradictions here.

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Posted in: Uber Eats Japan offering strange discount just for people who don’t really need Uber Eats See in context

I think I misunderstood this article.

Uber Eats will give you a discount on their aftermarket prices, if you do the job they are supposed to pay them to do?

What am I missing here?

Do you get a sticker too?

What's the point?

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Posted in: Abe visits Yasukuni Shrine for 2nd straight month See in context

Doesn't he have anything better to do?

Like play Mario 35?

Time for this man to get some hobbies. Or maybe a part time job.

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Posted in: Bear killed after wandering around Ishikawa shopping mall for more than 13 hours See in context

Police were dispatched to the scene but it took them 13 1/2 hours to find the bear inside the shopping complex. The bear was killed by a member of a local hunting association at around 9:10 p.m.

How big is this mall?

So the cops were searching for that long, and they didn't even finish the job?

What were they doing for that long? Having meetings about which possible store the bear was in? Were they trying to eat their donuts and figuring out if the bear was a female or male?

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Posted in: Tokyo government considers fining people who knowingly go out when infected with COVID-19 See in context

Tokyo government considers fining people who knowingly go out when infected with COVID-19

riiigghhhhht.............

and who's going to enforce such things?

The police? No, they have to worry about deleting LINE histories of sending adult videos to their phones from criminal confiscated goods.

The grumpy old men you find around the city? Possibly. They yell at everyone for everything for no good reason anyways.

The government? They can't even enforce legitimately good ideas in office. How are they going to enforce people.

Teachers? Possibly, at least with their students. But unfortunately their hands are tied with useless tests and club activities.

Well, I guess it's not happening either way. Thank you for playing!

But seriously JGov, can you guys just go away and leave decision making to people with actual life experience and intelligence?

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Posted in: Police officer arrested for throwing bodily fluid on woman’s bag linked to 2 other incidents See in context

threw his bodily fluid from a container onto a woman’s bag 

why?

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