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Posted in: Couple arrested after infant’s body left in refrigerator See in context

Ayiguli Alimu and Yiliyaer Wahapu

These names sound made up. Either way, these two monsters need to be eliminated from society.

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Posted in: Married couple arrested for assaulting 2 employees at train station See in context

Drunk on a Wednesday night? A couple of winners for sure.

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Posted in: Koike asks Tokyo restaurants serving alcohol to shorten opening hours for 3 weeks See in context

By the way, anyone knows what happened to Aso ? Have not seen him for weeks.

Yeah, he's doing exactly what he's always BEEN doing. Nothing.

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Posted in: Switch to electric vehicles could end oil era See in context

Switch to electric vehicles could end oil era

Ummmmm, yeah.....wasn't that the whole point of this?

And pretty much the goal of the entire planet?

Well, outside of the middle east of course.

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Posted in: Nissan to sell redesigned Note compact car in Japan as it looks to restore profitability See in context

Meh, bring back the Silvia and we can talk.

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Posted in: Suga trips up with messy reversal on Go To Travel campaign See in context

Get rid of Suga and anyone remotely associated with Abe as well.

This time get someone who is actually competent and has vision. Tired of these guys just doing the same old crap.

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Posted in: Japan considers setting up consulate in Wuhan See in context

Who’ll be the lucky staff?

For real.

I can see the hoards of people lining up to transfer to Wuhan.

They better be offering up substantial packages. As good as working on nuclear clean up in Tohoku.

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Posted in: Man arrested for molesting mentally disabled boy in park toilet See in context

Hopefully theres a special HELL waiting for people like this. Just sickening.

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Posted in: Mayor pledges to pay restitution for installing sauna in his office See in context

However, around mid-October, Tomita’s wife advised him to rethink the practice, because a mayor having a sauna, that he installed, in his office probably wouldn’t go over to well with the general population.

He couldn't figure this out by himself? Is he that ignorant?

He agreed and pulled it back out.

What was he caught doing again?

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Posted in: Hokkaido woman arrested for poking holes in 13 expensive melons with finger See in context

The crime occurred on July 28, when the 64-year-old suspect entered a supermarket and allegedly stabbed the baker’s dozen of melons with her finger at approximately 1:30 in the afternoon.

Interestingly enough, no security cameras caught her in the act, so it is unclear how the police managed to track down the culprit. The nature of their detective work and the suspect’s motives have not been revealed, leaving it all open to wild speculation.

Yeah.......so no witnesses and no physical evidence. Yet somehow it's all on to some 64 year old woman. Was she the only person to enter the market that day?

These are the same cops that NEED people to turn themselves in for crimes committed or else things won't get solved, right?

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Posted in: Hokkaido woman arrested for poking holes in 13 expensive melons with finger See in context

Clearly this woman is craving something. I think it's a subliminal message. She wants some to fill some holes.

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Posted in: Japan not planning to shut schools despite surge in virus cases See in context

It's not what they decide, but how they execute things that angers myself, and I'm guessing many other people.

Like others have said above me, there are ways to do things without completely shutting down. There are adaptations of rules that can be changed. There are alternatives to certain things.

Simple things can easily be eliminated. Non essential school activities like "clubs" or excess classes that no one benefits from. No one comes in before 7AM. Students leaving by 3P and Teachers actually going home by 6PM and not staying after. Eliminate all unnecessary study times on weekends and nights. Students can do that in their own rooms.

Different days off, lunch periods, etc etc. Let each school decide their own ways as well.

Come on Japan, time to step it up and cut the crap. This is no longer the same old same old. This is corona times, try doing things differently already!

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Posted in: Japan considers setting up consulate in Wuhan See in context

Superb Japan.

Always going towards what's "famous" and not towards what is right/good/popular or whatever term you want to use.

Where do you get these ideas from Japan? Reddit? Line Timelines?

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Posted in: China, Japan to cooperate in reviving virus-hit economies See in context

Great.

A country that does whatever it wants and ignores any consequences or is oblivious to what it has done in 2020.

They are joining forces with, a country that doesn't know how to adapt and learn throughout history, and also refuses to pay attention to the outside world.

Sounds like a match made in hell.

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Posted in: Japan pledges $720 mil for Afghan reconstruction at int'l conference See in context

Afghan reconstruction, what a waste of time. The money sent, if at all will just be taken by the corrupted, as usual. Nothing will change if you give them $1 or $720 M.

Btw Japan, aren't about to loose millions, maybe billions from the Olympics that WON'T take place next year? How about you save that cash for the people of Japan instead.

There are a TON of things here that need help first. How about building more hospitals for the pandemic. Or you know, more day care facilities to help families out first?

Get your priorities straight Japan.

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Posted in: Abe's office may have illegally spent millions of yen on parties See in context

Abe's office may have illegally spent millions of yen

Parties, bribes, electronics, bribes, pocky, bribes, I'm sure there are many more to add to this list.

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Posted in: Japan eyes post-marital title for female imperial family members See in context

The creation of the new title is seen as easier to accept for conservatives who are against allowing women to take the throne or married female members staying in the imperial household.

It would just be more beneficial for mankind to get rid of the "conservatives" instead.

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Posted in: Kyoto man arrested for opening packs of 'Demon Slayer' key chains until finding one he wanted See in context

This whole buying things blind in the hopes of getting the one you want is a perennial rip-off and encourages over-consumption.

I agree. Not just for people like the guy in the article but for parents with kids and kids themselves as well. Blame the companies for trying to rip off people, not the consumer who have grown tired of it.

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Posted in: Gov't to suspend Go To Travel campaign in some areas See in context

 "The government takes too long to decide on anything,"

Maybe there should be a meeting to decide if this is true or not? But maybe I should call a meeting to ask if my question is acceptable or not first. I can't decide!!!

"Travelers no longer know what rules they should follow,"

Travelers could use their own common sense instead?

"I did not expect such a rapid surge in infections," Setsuko Oishi, 60, said. On her way to Okinawa Prefecture with her family, Oishi said she would have canceled the trip if the third wave had come earlier.

It helps to pay attention to the world, not just your local hood.

Haruo Ozaki, who heads the Tokyo Medical Association, said it is very possible that people's movements have spread infections. "We would like (the government) to suspend (the program),"

Suspend it. As in all of it. None of this partial stipulation garbage.

Among the ideas being floated are leaving it to prefectural governors in the affected regions to decide to no longer accept the coupons given to travelers through the scheme, the source said.

In other words, contradict their ideas? Best idea yet.

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Posted in: Suspect in murder of homeless woman turns himself in See in context

How many crimes would go unsolved if people didn't turn themselves in, in Japan? Like 90%?

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Posted in: Suga says Go To Travel will continue despite virus resurgence See in context

Suga says Go To Travel will continue despite virus resurgence

A day after the country logged a new record of 2,385 daily coronavirus infections, Suga said in parliament Japan should be on "maximum alert. Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga said Friday the government will continue its Go To Travel domestic tourism promotion campaign despite growing worries about a resurgence of the coronavirus in Japan.

Hey look, a contradiction. Those are pretty hard to find in Japan................(rolls eyes)

We have been reviewing the program by listening to the opinions of experts and businesses involved.

Great. So Suga asked businesses if they wanted to stay open?

How many of them said "NO! We want to close! We don't need money?"

Zero.

That's like asking a group of kids, do you want to have school's open? Or would you rather take a vacation?

How many kids are going to say they want to go to school?

Zero.

Great job Suga, as usual. You and Koike should go form a team and..............never mind.

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Posted in: Man arrested for abusing 4-year-old son See in context

Tests for entering elementary schools.

Tests for entering a company for work.

Tests for making tests.

Tests for practice tests.

Test to attempt to take a test.

Japan is so full of tests, its straight redundant.

But then any random jackhole can become a father. Or to be fair, have a child. This includes women as well.

Where are the tests when you need them?

People like this 25-year-old "man" need to be interrogated before even attempting to procreate. Clearly he wasn't ready to do so. Hopefully he gets some time in jail to learn how to become a REAL man. Or at least get reared by one.

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Posted in: 'Wonder Woman 1984' to debut in theaters and on HBO Max in December See in context

Japanese cinemas?

Good question.

Is she "FAMOUS" enough to make it in Japan? We all know they don't bring all of the "popular/good" movies. JUST the "FAMOUS" ones.

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Posted in: Koike urges Tokyo residents to eat and drink in small groups See in context

Koike urges Tokyo residents to eat and drink in small groups

But it's OK to have large 20+ people meetings (in yesterday's pic) in a small enclosed room that could've easily been done over a web chat.?

Good looking out Koike. That's why we pay you the BIG BUCKS to lead Tokyo!

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Posted in: Elementary school group rescued from sinking ship in western Japan See in context

Why would any school take a group of kids on a ship/boat in 2020 for pleasure? Did we already forget the major problems cruise vessels have had in 2020? Stay on land!

I mean it's a miracle there were no fatalities! It could have been so much worse, but thankfully wasn't.

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Posted in: Cram school operator arrested for holding 6-year-old boy upside down, causing eye injury See in context

a cram school in Takatsu Ward to prep children for elementary school entrance exams

There is something seriously wrong with this.

I completely agree. What do they test? If they can color within the lines? If they can put food in their mouths with a spoon? If they can calculate algebra equations?

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Posted in: Cram school operator arrested for holding 6-year-old boy upside down, causing eye injury See in context

Good publicity there, Rei. Good luck getting new students. Or keeping current ones.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 534 new coronavirus cases as Japan goes on maximum alert See in context

Nice meeting pic.......

Tokyo Gov Yuriko Koike meets with a panel of experts Thursday to discuss the surge in coronavirus cases in the city.

All they have to do is look around and start from there.

That boring 2 hr meeting could have been done with all 20+ of them at their homes with a chat app. What would have been the difference? The same result? Maximum Alert?

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 534 new coronavirus cases as Japan goes on maximum alert See in context

Well, the USA has over 100,000 a day. 500 is no problem.

That crooked politician makes 100,000 a week. I make 500, no problem..........

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Posted in: Comiket returns! Japan’s largest otaku convention announced for 2021 with new admission policies See in context

OOOOOhhhhh, a giant hall full of tens of thousands of unkempt males from ages 13 - 53 in corona times?

No thank you.

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