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Posted in: S Korea to build 'comfort women' museum in Seoul See in context

But it did it didn't happen, right....?

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Posted in: Young Japanese women pick least favorite ways they feel pressured to socialize with coworkers See in context

A lot of it comes down to how much you like your colleagues.

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Posted in: Woman turned away 3 times by police after confessing to killing her husband See in context

Lazy, inept, useless police officers seem abundant here.

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Posted in: Father, 4-year-old daughter found dead in suspected murder-suicide See in context

Malicious coward.

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Posted in: Japanese businessman shot dead in Philippines See in context

"Japan should press the Philippines government and ask why Japanese men are being targeted in Philippines regularly. A temporary visa ban will get the Philippines government moving."

Probably because they are men involved in organised crime and up to no good mixing with other people involved in organized crime and up to no good.

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Posted in: Man arrested over murder of 9-year-old Vietnamese girl in Chiba See in context

Let's hope it's the right man they have arrested and not just someone they can fit up to close the case. I don't have much trust or confidence in the Japanese police or justice system.

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Posted in: Man arrested over murders of elderly couple in Nagoya See in context

Loser.

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Posted in: APA hotel chain under fire over book denying Rape of Nanking See in context

With the advent of AirBnB there's no need to stay in poky business hotels anymore, anyway.

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Posted in: Woman arrested for attempted murder after stabbing husband with ice pick See in context

"Our marriage was on the rocks" That's a great joke she made there. I wonder if she realizes.

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Posted in: Man arrested for snipping women's hair on trains See in context

Weirdos

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Posted in: 'Brady Bunch' mom Florence Henderson dies at 82 See in context

One of the guest stars of Police Squad who always died during the opening credits.

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Posted in: 2 men arrested for extorting over Y3 mil from someone they saw taking upskirt video See in context

So, is the pervert going to be punished too?

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Posted in: Man sets woman, himself on fire in Ibaraki restaurant See in context

Sick bastard.

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Posted in: University student arrested for pushing his girlfriend off train platform See in context

@strangerland What kind of reform style punishment would you advocate? One thing is for certain though, handing over a wad of cash and saying sorry is completely unacceptable.

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Posted in: University student arrested for pushing his girlfriend off train platform See in context

@strangerland Nobody is saying he should be locked up forever, just punished accordingly for the crime, be that attempted murder or whatever charge is brought against him. I presume there were CCTV cameras on the platform so a clear picture of the circumstances will be able to be seen. @tiger_tanaka I agree, it's good that she was unharmed. That's as far as my agreeing with you will go.

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Posted in: University student arrested for pushing his girlfriend off train platform See in context

@tiger_tanaka You are own your on this thread with this bizarre way of thinking. How harmonious and peaceful is it to throw someone in front of a moving train? While gun crime is not a problem here there seems to be plenty of random and premeditated knife crime but as long as the perpetrator is from a good family you think they should be shown leniency. I find this quite unbelievable and offensive. I hope you are joking.

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Posted in: University student arrested for pushing his girlfriend off train platform See in context

@tiger_tanaka I don't care if it's a highly intelligent student at a prestigious university or a homeless man living under a bridge, if you commit a serious crime you should be punished to the full letter of the law. So, for example, if an elite student from an elite university attacks you and burns down your house you would be quite happy to accept an apology and that would be the end of it? Your argument is very strange and surely not the viewpoint of the average sensible Japanese person.

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Posted in: University student arrested for pushing his girlfriend off train platform See in context

@tiger_tanaka I completely disagree. I believe in there being consequences for such criminal behaviour and I believe in appropriate punishments. Without this there is no deterrent for reoffending or other criminal acts.

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Posted in: University student arrested for pushing his girlfriend off train platform See in context

tiger_tanaka at Nov. 08, 2016 - 05:03PM JST We Japanese sometimes do get a little carried away when drinking too much. That is why it is common when us Japanese have done something wrong to blame it on alcohol. What he did was wrong but most importantly the the girl is okay. I'm sure he has reflected upon his misjudgment and apologized profusely to the girl and her family for his behaviour.

That makes it ok does it? So, you are saying that people can do whatever like like as long as they apologise and bow deeply a few times?

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Posted in: How well do you know your neighbors? See in context

"Those good old days when life was simpler, without any mobile, TV, etc. When people used to chat with each other in the evening." How old are you Inara, 87?

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Posted in: Man arrested over murder of woman in Aichi in August See in context

They always confess....

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Posted in: Tom Hanks enjoys playing 'smartest guy in the room' in 'Inferno' See in context

The Guardian gave this 1 out of 5 in a review today, I'll pass.

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Posted in: 18-year-old man arrested after fatal car crash See in context

How is the 17 year old a woman and the 18 year old a minor?

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Posted in: Mazda employee arrested over murder of colleague in company dorm See in context

Toshiko, do you think it's normal for all these suspects to quickly confess to their crimes? Do you ever wonder what happens in the interrogation rooms, which aren't equipped with video cameras?

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Posted in: Uber finally makes inroads in aging Japan See in context

Japanese taxis are a rip off, the most expensive I've experienced anywhere in the world. I used Uber in the States recently and it's great. It's really cheap and extremely convenient. I hope it comes to all of Japan but I'm not holding my breath. Japanese people will probably deem it to be dangerous and the government will protect the taxi companies.

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Posted in: Why are KitKats so popular in Japan? There are nearly 300 varieties on sale around the country. See in context

300 varieties? Really? There are about 3 varieties from what I've seen in the shops.

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Posted in: 'Vagina kayak' artist convicted in obscenity case See in context

The people behind this case and verdict are prudish hypocrites.

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Posted in: Man arrested on suspicion of killing 10 stray cats See in context

Lowlife loser.

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Posted in: Accused groper hit by train after jumping off platform onto tracks See in context

It's disgraceful and embarassing that a civilised society needs women only carriages in the first place.

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