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Posted in: Airports in Japan to introduce facial recognition for foreign visitors See in context

So, all you criminals, drug runners, human trafficers and assorted low lifes, skip Japan and go to San Francisco, it's a sanctuary city. They don't allow facial recognition and can't notify federal agents if you are there.

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Posted in: Japan grapples with traffic jams, visitors' manners amid tourism boom See in context

Traffic jams caused by tour busses, well not all tour busses are for foreign tourists. If you can't handle traffic jams, how about leaving your car at home and ride a bus yourself?

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Posted in: Japan grapples with traffic jams, visitors' manners amid tourism boom See in context

Tourist huh, I guess that's why they have signs printed in Japanese in public toilets reminding people to keep the toilet clean.

Japan as the default standard on rudness? I guess we should all start slurping not only noodles but any liquid based food, lift plates to our chins and shovel food into our mouths, take of our shoes and pick our toes in restaurants, push past women and children to get a seat, let doors close in people's faces. Should I go on?

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Posted in: Japan's detention center gives foreign media a look See in context

Okay, I just sent this article to Greg Kelly, let's see what he says.

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Posted in: Japan's detention center gives foreign media a look See in context

Schopenhauer

Do you mean to tell me those are 16 year old tatamis? Everything in that photo is virtually unused. Please note that it says there were no inmates on that floor and the press was not allowed on the floor where inmates were.

Whitewash.

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Posted in: Japan's detention center gives foreign media a look See in context

Does anyone else get the feeling that the cell in the photo is brand new or recently renovated? It does not look like it has ever been lived in, no usual"wear and tear".

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Posted in: 59-year-old woman arrested for killing parents in Fukuoka See in context

Suffering from schizophrenia, so they are not going to release either of her names?

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Posted in: Autopsy performed on wrong body at Sendai hospital See in context

So both bodies scheduled for autopsy, if they correctly identify the bodies after, no harm, no foul.

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Posted in: Ghosn's wife appeals to Trump for help in U.S. media interview See in context

True, Carlos is not a U.S. citizen but Carole is. Trump can simply remind Abe that this has been an international embarrassment for Japan for some time. Businessmen (and women) from around the world, including America have expressed concerns about doing business in Japan as a result of this fiasco.

Abe asked Trump to bring up the kidnapped Japanese when he had discussions with Kim.

Visitation rights for family members of people held on suspension is a given, Carlos is not incarcerated at this time but not allowed to even talk to his wife.

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Posted in: Man arrested on suspicion of molesting 11-year-old girl in park toilet See in context

Identified by surveillance camera footage in the park,.........and it took the Keystone Kops a month to get this predator of the streets. Must have been high priority.

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Posted in: Trump wishes 'Happy Memorial Day' to U.S. See in context

Anyway to all my fallen friends, I will never forget you. To all my brothers in arms, Happy Memorial Day.

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Posted in: Trump wishes 'Happy Memorial Day' to U.S. See in context

Hey Blacklable,

In the United States on Memorial Day, we start every event with a solemn service or a moment of silence

Memorial day is the official beginning of summer, we BBQ, we run the Indie 500 and the Coca-Cola 600, we have baseball games.

Freedom, that's what these guys died for.

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Posted in: Trump wishes 'Happy Memorial Day' to U.S. See in context

Linconman, thank you for your service. To which"real president" do you refer? By the way the speech was in a country that cost 161,000 servicem their lives.

Personal: where in the sandbox did you serve?

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Posted in: Abe says he is outraged over stabbing rampage See in context

When are you people going to grow up? There are no guarantees of your safety. Japan, thought of as a "safe country" but victims of the Tokyo subway sarin attack along with countless instances of random violence, Norway, thought of as a"safe country" but Andesr Bleivek killed 77 and injured 319. New Zealand last month 49 dead but a "safe country".

Sometimes there are signs of mental illnesses and sometimes people just go over the edge. Yet people blame society, the government &ect.

One thing I learned a long time ago, stay vigilant, you probably can't stop it but you can react.

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Posted in: Trump expects Japan's military to reinforce U.S. in Asia and beyond See in context

Oh, and by the way, when I was at Camp Liberty at BIAP in 2005, I went to the Japanese camp on base and talked with the JGSDF guys there. Their mission was logistical support but it was still a combat zone.

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Posted in: Trump wishes 'Happy Memorial Day' to U.S. See in context

I am a proud Vietnam vet, also did my part in Tikrit and Balad in Iraq. Lost a lot of friends and saw a lot of caskets loaded onto C-130s. This day is for them and the brave guys who lost their lives defending freedom, not you Trump haters that take any opportunity to slam this president.

How many of you that are calling him a coward actually served? My guess is not many.

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Posted in: Trump expects Japan's military to reinforce U.S. in Asia and beyond See in context

With respect to Japanese involvement in Vietnam, the Japanese Self Defense forces did not deploy but the Japanese merchant marine was very active in transportation of supplies.

The point today is that China has designed vast areas of the south China Sea as territorial waters. Japan, the Philippines, Vietnam, Indonesia and Malaysia have a big interest in this dispute and need to pony up.

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Posted in: Trump expects Japan's military to reinforce U.S. in Asia and beyond See in context

Japan has the 8th ranked military in the world, the Constitution prohibits them from being used offensively. Some debate has been made as to whether a first strike against an eminent attack could be considered "self defense".

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Posted in: Trump arrives in Tokyo; meets Japanese business leaders See in context

Would it kill you to use her official title too? It's First Lady Melania Trump.

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Posted in: Man fires gun snatched from police officer in Yokohama See in context

I think I have seen more stories about cops forgetting their guns in convenience store bathrooms than being disarmed by perps.

Why was an armed cop ( or two ) responding to someone having kicked a car?

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Posted in: Abe explains choice of Reiwa for next era name See in context

Very cool, harmonious name.

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Posted in: Record 3,500 people involved in cannabis cases in Japan in 2018 See in context

The headline is about cannabis but half of the story is about stimulants. Apples, oranges.

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Posted in: Naked woman caught running through Shibuya Station See in context

I would guess he was arrested for the breaking and entering, not the nakedness.

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Posted in: Princess Kako graduates from International Christian University See in context

Quite a cutie from the photo.

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Posted in: Naked woman caught running through Shibuya Station See in context

Spring is here.

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Posted in: 8 years on, contaminated water remains big problem for Fukushima clean-up See in context

I sent TEPCO the solution to this problem about 4 years ago. They would not even meet with me so I could explain all the details and provide evidence that it works.

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Posted in: 16 U.S. states sue Trump administration in showdown over border wall funds See in context

Of the 16 only California has a border with Mexico.

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Posted in: 16 U.S. states sue Trump administration in showdown over border wall funds See in context

California shares a 140 mile border with Mexico, 105 miles have a wall, fence or barrier, so I guess 35 miles of California are not immoral.

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Posted in: Deadly drug-resistant TB a 'blinking red' global threat See in context

Having seen A television documentary on this a few years ago I cringe every time I see the balloons released at Japanese baseball games

Let's all blow up balloons mouth and spray the pathogens over 30,000 fans

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Posted in: 24 of 50 new slots at Haneda to be given to Japanese, U.S. airlines See in context

Why give slots to the US carriers when the Green New Deal is going to eliminate all airplanes in 10 years?

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