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Posted in: I'm very proud of my job. But I still have a house loan to pay. It's upsetting to see one's much-awaited retirement allowance slashed by 1.5 million yen. See in context

All i'm gonna say is this, from the day of birth most people in this world have been taught a big lie. Not gonna get into this but if you continue to listen to the masses, you have a high chance of ending up in this type of financial situation. Carve your own road.

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Posted in: Mutilated animal corpses still appearing on streets of Kure See in context

No cameras? People who do this type of thing are beyond sick.

When they do this type of sick things to little cats, better throw these sickos into the hungry lions den with the big african cats and see what they do then.

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Posted in: Looking good See in context

geez those heels are HIGH! nice picture, Bradley Coopers are great actor. Love hangover!

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Posted in: Survey reveals 24% of workers in Japan spend Y250 on lunch See in context

Y250 on lunch. Times are very tough and it doesn't look as though it'll get better anytime soon. Better get used to it and adapt.

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Posted in: Johnny's Jimusho founder Kitagawa to make rare TV appearance See in context

Very smart sharp guy. Made TONS of money converting boys into girly men for women's entertainment and eye candy. True niche businessman.

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Posted in: Plane carrying Algeria hostage survivors and dead arrives in Japan See in context

Very very sad for the family and friends of the victims. I wish those folks peace. We need to be greatful for our lives and the loved ones around us.

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Posted in: Can Apple maintain its shine? See in context

Apple is seriously loosing it's shine. With Mr Cook at the helm, this company has bee going downhill since Steve Jobs passed away.

It won't be long before Android completely destroys Apple and put's Apples market share into single digit figures.

Google and Samsung is just too strong for Apple. The whole business model is different from apple and apple really has no chance.

Fan boys once poked at Samsung being made of plastic. Now I hear Apple considering using plastic materials. LOL i guess they'll need to patent plastic now.

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Posted in: 'Gangnam Style' earns $8 mil for YouTube: Google See in context

OP OP OP OP Oppan Gangnam style, Jong su ke bo wi ji man nol ten no nun yo ja = $8 MILLION

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Posted in: Editor gets 10 years in jail for Thai royal insult See in context

some countries got NO FREEDOM OF SPEECH

so i say we all should be very happy coming to JT each day to post our thoughts :)

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Posted in: Something dark and bittersweet is brewing in Japan for Valentine’s Day — chocolate beer See in context

Wow I'd love to try this! I can't even begin to imagine how this would taste.

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Posted in: 17-year-old girl stabbed while walking her dog on Chiba street See in context

Another psycho on the loose. Very scary. Hope she recovers quickly. Very traumatizing as well for the victim

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Posted in: Students forced to drink diluted acid as punishment at Aichi school See in context

Sick teacher. Better get Hashimoto on this, I'm not kidding.

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Posted in: Japan seeks answers after suffering highest terror death toll since 9/11 See in context

@volland

How do you define stealing resources ?

Definition for stealing is: Take (another person's property) without permission or legal right and without intending to return it:

Unless you can back it up, you're blatant comment has no merit.

In fact I'd just like to add that Japan and most developed nations for the matter invest millions of dollars in these 3rd world nations developing resources, infrastructure and everything else under the sun. And paid for by domestic tax payers!

Of course developed nations such as Japan seek resources from abroad. But they invest in it for years before reaping any rewards. And they pay for those resources. Nothing is free.

On a side note:

A 24-year-old postgraduate student at top-ranking Keio University in Tokyo told the paper he had been looking for opportunities in the region. I had believed that people in the Middle East are friendly toward the Japanese and I thought the Japanese are safer there than Westerners are,” he said. “But this has made me worry.

Just goes to show how misinformed people are over here. North/East Africa is a pretty hostile region.

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Posted in: Hashimoto pressures school to cancel some entrance exams See in context

I recall last week many here were running with emotions that Hashimoto was only talk in this incident. That he was a liar and just "acted" as though he was concerned.

Now he's taking some serious action unlike other political folks who just sit around and that's still not good enough. Now people say he's gone overboard.

The entire school administration needs to be punished. It's clear almost all knew what was going on and turned a blind eye.

JaymannJAN. 22, 2013 - 01:23PM JST it is horrendous that a politician can strong arm school policy like that. This Hashimoto clown is the worst kind of demagogue.

When we have weak leaders we complain. Now we FINALLY have a leader who has enough "ahum" to take hard action with the courage to actually try to change policies and we still complain about it.

I agree though with whiskeysour, the teacher who was beating the student should have been arrested a long time ago!

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Posted in: Man arrested for drift driving after 4 injured See in context

Please put this guy on the side walk. Tell him to stand there. Get someone to drift on him so he can get a clue.

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Posted in: Aso says elderly should be allowed to 'hurry up and die' See in context

Wow this was one of the most stupidest statements ever heard from a politician.

“I don’t need that kind of care. I will die quickly,” he said adding he had left written instructions that his life is not artificially prolonged.

With the type of comments from this fool, hope he goes early in peace. People don't need this kind of loser to lead others.

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Posted in: 9 Japanese killed in Algeria hostage crisis, gov't says See in context

Extremely horrific for any person to go through such a hellish ordeal.

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Posted in: Man arrested for biting 'snake-possessed' son to death See in context

This has to be the weirdest news story on JT for me. I'm still trying to imagine this.

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Posted in: Got something you don't want your relatives to find after you die? See in context

smithinjapanJAN. 21, 2013 - 01:28PM JST Who the heck cares? You'll be dead. And if death is biological (ie. no heaven, no after-life, just lights out) then technically your family and anyone and everything else will no longer exist.

And that my friend would be on each person's personal beliefs on how they see death and beyond. Several billion people alone believe in reincarnation.

I've personally had expired relatives appear occasionally at around 3am grabbing my neck while I'm in the futon.

Good business idea though. I'm sure this guy will make some decent money.

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Posted in: Subcontractors reportedly ripping off Fukushima nuclear accident workers See in context

And i thought this type of thing only happens in Dubai with the migrant workers.

People who do these type of things are sub-human, cruel, very selfish and plain mean.

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Posted in: A day at the beach See in context

Good to see many of the young dudes in the picture sticking with the traditional /cultural local stuff. It's got to be passed on from generation to generation so it remains alive.

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Posted in: What fashion trends do you think never go out of style? See in context

Dara DanhJAN. 18, 2013 - 11:31AM JST T-shirt and blue jeans.

Yeah! all day everyday t-shirt and jeans never die

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Posted in: One Direction See in context

JechanJAN. 18, 2013 - 11:32PM JST what makes you think theyre weak? so people with tank tops, buldging muscles and lame, baggy jeans are strong? these boys wear what their manager tells them to wear. they might not like it but its in their contract. is it because by wearing skinny jeans they can attract girls that wouldnt even dream of being seen standing next to you that you are jealous...?

Sorry but let me break it to you - first of all any girl that finds these types of blokes attractive is not worth being around.

Real women, beautiful women, intelligent women go for real men. Screaming irrational teens go for these types.

Nobody's jealous, we're just old scool and know more through wisdom and experience.

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Posted in: 17-year-old boy arrested for slashing 15-year-old girl in neck in Nagano See in context

Tom DeMickeJAN. 18, 2013 - 04:39PM JST He will get a slap on the wrist, be told not to do it again, be released to his mommy and when he becomes an adult, will get a good job. No criminal record. That's Japan!

Or maybe he'll grow up to be an adult and repeat this type of thing again with someone else, and it could be much worse next time. These freaks need to be kept out of society for the safety of all decent, honest and hard working people. I think feeding him to hungry lions or an anaconda is the best solution.

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Posted in: Increasing number of Japanese men opt for bachelorhood See in context

The men who make these statements are like little girls. Seriously. I think it's best they remain single.

When the boss grumbles about his family, it makes me think that I’m better off single. (27, Technician)

He is a slave to his boss.

Just looking at my married friends and how day by day they become more and more emaciated makes me think that I’m lucky to be single. (25, Creative Arts)

You must have very week friends.

Hearing about the cruel way that some wives treat their husbands turns me pale with fear.(25, Creative Arts)

These husbands have no guts, maybe treat their wives just as bad, don't spend time with their wives, probably many things. There are 2 sides of the picture.

To me, married men just don’t look happy, and the more time passes, the more this look of unhappiness becomes apparent. (36, Finance).

Married now 6 years. Been through a roller coaster ride. We fight, we love. Life is amazingly beautiful when you have someone to love, and be loved just the same way in return.

All I can say is those that haven't experienced it will never know :) Relationships are 2 way and both parties husband and wife need to put in the effort to make it work.

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Posted in: 17-year-old boy arrested for killing grandparents See in context

ChibaChickJAN. 17, 2013 - 06:56PM JST CrazedinJapan - I notice the same thing a lot too. I cant believe what Im seeing sometimes - kids really going at it and trying to belt their parents - usually the mother and the mother just taking it and doing nothing. It does make you wonder what they grow up into with no discipline or sens of control.

Back home if a child tried to raise thy hands on their parents or grandparents, the whole village clan will show the brat what's up.

I think it's a good idea to ship these losers to countries where this type of thing is not going down and let them try something like this on hard old folks in those countries. Police not required.

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Posted in: 17-year-old boy arrested for killing grandparents See in context

Try him as an adult. Hope he gets the rope! No mercy for someone who can kill his own grandparents. Spoiled brat.

Old people seriously need to teach these young bratty punks a lesson or two old school style because being nice doesn't seem to work.

It is a joke some posters here are even talking about reforming this nut! He can go and reform himself in the other world.

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Posted in: 30 hostages reported killed after siege ends in Algeria See in context

ShermanJAN. 18, 2013 - 07:43AM JST Now Japan will notice what is going on in Mali. A shame it takes this sad loss to make this country aware of what is happening around the world. They should have employed a private security company to advise them. Ex SAS guys.

Yes Sherman i agree with you, in those types of hostile locations, well armed and trained security should be an absolute must.

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Posted in: 30 hostages reported killed after siege ends in Algeria See in context

It is so terrible that innocent people have to suffer like this. I feel for the families of the victims. This type of horrible thing could happen to any one of us, we just have to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. RIP to those souls.

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Posted in: Armstrong tells Oprah he doped See in context

He lied that he doped, but he's done many great things as well with his foundation. Athletes are always tempted with doping. Does not matter which sport. Unfortunately he fell for the temptation and after winning so many titles, he tried to cover it all up. Many in his position would have done the same.

Don't judge him. He's done many good things too, more great things than many people regardless of his doping activities and loosing all his titles.

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