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Posted in: Japan under siege by broken umbrellas See in context

Give up on umbrellas during typhoons...use helmets like the news reporters do. You will stay much drier then using a bent backwards umbrella.

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Posted in: Nevada school shooter, 12, got gun from home See in context

A Marine...I salute you, Sir. RIP

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Posted in: Facebook adds warnings after backtrack on beheadings See in context

I can understand FB'S stance on staying clear of sensorship. But posting beheadings videos and clips to raise awareness of realities around the world shouldn't be allowed. I've seen this happen in my country a few times. I've lost a friend/team-member to something like this. It's a scene that nobody should be able to see. There can be nothing gained from watching a video of a beheading other than to cure a curiosity. The person being murdered on film had a life, had a family...he/she shouldn't be commercialized to gain anything regardless if the video is shown to condemn the killing, cure a curiosity or celebrate.

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Posted in: Private investigator’s job takes him to darkest depths of juvenile crime in Japan See in context

This guy's website says that their bullying investigation is "Free (with conditions)", but I'm sure they charge for some of it.

I found all this horrendous evidence for you for free. Now, if you would like to see it, bust out the wallet.

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Posted in: Radioactive leaks top priority at Fukushima: IAEA See in context

possibly into the sea.

Possibly? Nope...wrong choice of words right there.

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Posted in: Singer Che'Nelle talks about her musical roots and making it big in Japan See in context

Titanium, thanks for the links! Well, she just earned another fan. Enjoyable!

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Posted in: Kanebo whitening creams spark 15,000 complaints See in context

I am a guy and work out. I want to have low body fat and big muscles. So if I take steriods to get an even better body

WTF?! What does this have to do with anything about whitening cream?

Kanebo...For beautiful Human Blotches.

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Posted in: Singer Che'Nelle talks about her musical roots and making it big in Japan See in context

Never heard of her either, but she's got a really nice smile . I think I'll check out her music...

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Posted in: Tamori announces end of 'Waratte Iitomo' after 32 years See in context

If you like him, or you hate him,you got to appreciate his 32 continuous years MCing the show. Much respect!

I hope he slows down a little and enjoys some much deserved life.

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Posted in: IAEA team notes progress in Fukushima decontamination work See in context

Thanks!

But yes, it is good to hear some good news! And from a different source other than TEPCO. It would be something if someone could just wave a magic wand and turn everything back to normal.

I wish them luck as well! Hope to see somemore good news on the matter too...kind of breaks that usual monotony of the bad coming out of that area on am almost daily basis.

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Posted in: Search resumes for 19 missing on Oshima as another storm looms See in context

not wanting to be rude to my uncle, back in California who actually is named just like this typhoon, FRANCISCO

LOL!!!

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Posted in: IAEA team notes progress in Fukushima decontamination work See in context

ReformedBasher, I don't think good things are being ignored by the posters. For me, I can't see the correlation of what the IAEA is stating about progress and the many repeated stupid mistakes that TEPCO has been doing. As farmlland may be progressing, the ocean around Fukushima is getting more contaminated. Progress here, no prgress there.

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Posted in: Search resumes for 19 missing on Oshima as another storm looms See in context

No, you said NOBODY uses names like these for typhoons hitting Japan. The article states that he JMA used the name. Not denying what you say in general, I was pointing to the fact that SOMEBODY does use the names of typhoons in Japan.

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Posted in: 2 dead in Nevada school shooting See in context

The kid probably had post-partem depression which makes it okay for some.

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Posted in: Pick a car See in context

I can't find my Car! I know I parked here somewhere!

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Posted in: Search resumes for 19 missing on Oshima as another storm looms See in context

Just look at NHK etc..NOBODY in Japan uses names like these for typhoons hitting Japan

Typhoon Francisco, which forecasters say is “very strong”, was approaching Japan, moving north-northwest at the speed of 10 kilometers per hour in an area east of the Philippines, the said

I guess the Japan Meteorological Agency are just nobodies.

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Posted in: Car sideswipes five children on their way to school See in context

If those against him want to outlaw cars, just say so. Just don't hold this guy accountable for the laws of physics.

Police arrested the driver,

LoL! Like I said, backseat drivers. "Arrested" is the word of the day here.

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Posted in: Car sideswipes five children on their way to school See in context

Frungy, blah blah blah. Like I said, I don't know about you backseat drivers, but how fast are you going on this small road that children are walking on to talk about getting rearended or projected. On a road like that before or right after school hours, he should have been going at a speed where he could stop on a dime. If you can't fathom that then might as well turn in that license before you hurt someone.

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Posted in: Abe likely to visit Yasukuni Shrine by end of year, aide says See in context

This Yasukuni thing is getting just as bad as the stupid island issues and the "X" number of Chinese ships enter Japans waters stories. How long are all countries involved going to act like babies. My daddy can beat up your daddy syndrome.

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Posted in: Car sideswipes five children on their way to school See in context

change their focal point and blink like crazy to fix their vision, and run for a few seconds on their memory of the road conditions ahead, hoping they haven't changed.

Hoping?! You would drive on MEMORY and HOPING conditions of the road ahead haven't changed? Wow...unbelievably speachless.

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Posted in: Car sideswipes five children on their way to school See in context

Disillusioned, well said!

You obviously don't drive because you can't just instantly stop a car

Kariharuka, obviously you don't know how to drive. There's a big difference between getting the sun in your eyes and can't see anything in front ofyou because of the sun, in which the driver stated. If he was driving on that road while school children were walking and couldn't stop because some forseen circumstance, then he was driving too fast. If he was driving at a slow speed and the sun BLINDED him he should have stopped and moved his head around until he made sure there was no obstacles in his path. If he still couldn't stop in time, he was driving too fast for conditions.

he was obeying the rules of PHYSICS. Its a little something called "inertia". Objects in motion require time to slow down

Oh geez, It's frungy again. Inertia huh? So if you're driving on a small road with children and you don't take in considering the amount of forward inertia your vehicle is exerting, than it's alright to sideswipe a group of children? I don't know about you backseat drivers, but if I'm traveling on a small road with children and I lose site of one, I'm stopping. If I get rearended, than guess what? Did you guess correctly? The driver behind me was driving too fast for conditions.

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Posted in: New York restaurant serves up silent treatment See in context

If there was a place like that when I was married, me and the ex would still be probably been married. I would have taken her there for breakfast, lunch, and dinner everyday.

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Posted in: Radioactive water overflows barriers at Fukushima plant during heavy rain See in context

Like I said in another TEPCO thread, I was waiting for an article like this.

Lets see what stupid news comes out of the next typhoon/storm.

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Posted in: Search resumes for 19 missing on Oshima as another storm looms See in context

Typhoon Francisco, which forecasters say ...... the Japan Meteorological Agency said Monday morning.

Elbuda, are you sure?

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Posted in: Car sideswipes five children on their way to school See in context

you can't just instantly stop a car. Maybe he did apply the brakes but the car is still going to move forward as it is slowing down while he is temporarily blinded.

Stewart, than he would have been going to fast for conditions.

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Posted in: Car sideswipes five children on their way to school See in context

quoted as saying that the sun got in his eyes for a second and he couldn’t see what was in front of him

Then stop! These excuses are always weak. How are you going to keep rolling a large piece of machinery when you lose your main sense even for a second. As he learned the hard way, anything can happen in a split second. I'm glad he didn't kill any of the children.

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Posted in: Man arrested after rice cooker found plugged into neighbor’s home See in context

Did they call in the rice squad?

Yes, The "porice".

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Posted in: Man arrested after rice cooker found plugged into neighbor’s home See in context

However, one commenter summed it up best saying, “I really feel like some rice now.”

How is this summing it up the best?

Also, did they at least let him finish cooking his rice?

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Posted in: Reclusive artist Kusama draws Brazil crowds See in context

I saw a special on TV about her art now. She was freehanding an large abstract piece and kept going over the lines to change the color. It was amazing watching her draw the piece but why she kept changing the colors was odd.

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Posted in: Torrential rain hits Oshima; another typhoon on the way See in context

With the one coming, there's three more behind it.

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