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Posted in: Thieves steal Y5 mil worth of jewelry after backing car into store See in context

If I were the Japanese police I will ask for an advice from Spanish police. They are very effective dealing with this kind of robberies and criminals.

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Posted in: Nuclear Regulatory Authority recommends iodine to stem radiation exposure See in context

The problem seem to be much worse according to The Examiner: http://smt.blogs.com/mari_diary/2005/06/enjoy_tokyo_vie.html, http://www.examiner.com/article/fukushima-dire-warning-over-4-million-japanese-cancer-deaths

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Posted in: Why they don't want us dancing at nightclubs See in context

"Living in a community"... that's the point. If the problem is noise and neighbors that can't sleep because a bunch of people dancing, I agree. I love to dance but I also love to sleep and certainly I will call the police if every single night is unbearable because of noise.

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Posted in: Who do you side with in the Apple vs Samsung patent disputes going on around the world? See in context

100% with Samsung. I hate Apple dictatorship.

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Posted in: The risks of restarting Japan’s reactors, both financially and in terms of safety, would be borne by the Japanese taxpayers, while any benefits would go to the utilities and their shareholders. See in context

Not restarting the reactors will mean less production, less jobs, less money to consume. There is no a safe path for this considering the risks. The government has proposed to finish nuclear power by 2030 to allow the system (industries, and electricity companies) to cope with new times without sending them to bankruptcy. We have a country full of tectonic risks but also with no natural resources. Waiting until 2030 sounds balanced to me, giving time to explore new alternatives. Before March 11 2011... decades without saying a word about the whole matter.

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Posted in: Man dies after being beaten in Roppongi club See in context

One more reason to skip Roppongi. If I'm going to any place to have a good time, I would not want to see this.

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Posted in: If you saw someone you thought was murder suspect Tatsuya Ichihashi on the street, in a restaurant or on a train, for example, realistically speaking, what would you do? See in context

I will call to my husband to have him call the police. If I call the police it will be very difficult for me to explain in Japanse what I am seeing, and where I am. So, I'd better wait for the police to see the action live.

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Posted in: Engage and criticize: Obama's split media strategy See in context

Why the surprise? Before wining the US Presidence all of this was pretty clear...

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Posted in: Pole dancing picks up momentum for women - and men See in context

I'd love to do it, but I think I am not fit enough...

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Posted in: Powerful typhoon lashes southwest Japan; expected to make landfall Thursday See in context

A typhoon category 4 is not a joke, and I wonder why the government hasn't give any warnings to the people, and why is not telling the people to stay at home to prevent any emergency that could happend because of the possible collapsed system of transportation. Thousands will be stuck in the city center on Thursday. Why the government don't ask the people to remain at home? Remember that Andrew in Miami was category 4 and let a lot of destruction, and don't tell that Japan is better prepared than the States. That is simply not true.

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Posted in: U.S. public divided on in-flight cell phone use See in context

Cellphones seat on board will be as disgusting as the former smoking section.

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Posted in: The do's and don'ts of having an affair See in context

If you do it, then just let your wife or your husband to do the same. Then, you will undestand how dangerous it is.

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Posted in: Kawada's last relationships before suicide draw mother's criticism See in context

Maybe Mr. A was no named by the announcer's family because he's married. You know, just to protect the guy "that supported them so much..." The mother just feels what others relatives of people who commit suicide feel: that it could be her blame, and that she was so apart fo her daughter, that she didn't noticed that she was depressed enough to kill her self. She needs somebody to blame, and Taylor makes the perfect piece. By the way, who is Kawada? Her mother talks as if Ms. Kawada s a very famous person around the globe. In USA and other parts of the world, Kawada is not least famouse than... Takada? (hmmmm....)

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Posted in: Tokyo won't be able to cope with Katrina-like flooding See in context

The reinforce of embakments must be mandatory. If there is the need to buy land and expropiate (paying a fair price) they must do it. If they could do it to construct the new runaway in Narita Airport, why they stop when its about osaving all the city from catastrophe? What about G-can? What about the super embakments? Will they resist? If don't it is very irresponsible to permit construction of any building in those areas.

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Posted in: Crown prince seeks public understanding for ailing wife See in context

She is not sick. She is just a prisioner of the imperial system. She is not allowed to leave Japan anytime she likes. Worst of all, they are trying to convince us that she is totally free... lies.. lies.. lies.. official lies.

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