Tokyo ! Peace , orderliness , convenience, and hot girls !
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Imprison and castrate him!
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Will it taste the same?
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By just looking at these comments, all I can say, it's so funny how people can be desperate haters of something, in this case, Japan. Some old folks here are even ready to shame Japan and propagate his/her one-sided opinion to his/her friends and saying Japan must never be forgiven? Wow, talk about being lifeless! hhahahhaha
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Finally, a counter-balance to S Koreas propaganda to build statues all over the world. Keep it up.
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If Japan fails to resolve the issue on time…it will not only strain bilateral relations but also put a heavy historical burden on Japan,” Park said, noting that only a few, very elderly comfort women were still alive.
Burden like what?Not on Japan, maybe on Korea. Before Korea started whining about this comfort women , not so long ago (after Kono, 1993),Japan were not a burden to Korea and the reagion was in peace. Too bad your nation is still living in the deserted past. This, I guess is a much heavier burden to carry.
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Drama! Stop playing victim!
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Who cares what South Korea whines?
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"(Kato) insulted the South Korean people by picking up groundless allegations,” he said.
Hahahaha. This just made my morning. Park's personal life is an insult to the Koreans? Hahaha
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Korean pride! Plain stupidity!
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PM ABE all the way!
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Full of BS from China.
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Stop stealing Japanese culture!
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sensei258NOV. 24, 2014 - 10:59PM JST Plenty of "unskilled " foreign workers here already, club workers, massage therapists, and the like.
True, many unskilled workers are already working here in Japan. Most are Brazillians, Chinese, Koreans, and Filipinos. Many came here in Japan because they got Japanese blood but don't have any high -level skills or have any college education.
Sadly, most of them find it hard to conform with the Japanese soceity, instead, they keep on pushing their own culture, which isn't bad, but they often reject the Japanese way of living. It comes from my own experience, delinquent people keep on arguing on things like tattoos, proper disposal of garbage, greetings etc etc. It's a tough place for foreigners not to abide Japanese customs and laws.
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Whaaatttt! Can't they think of a better idea?
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How thoughtful, good job Nikon.
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Get his ass grilled on a radiator. This man is horrible!
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They've been telling us this since summer. How accurate is their premonition?
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YubaruNOV. 10, 2014 - 08:48PM JST Congratulation on that silver. A true warrior. Show must go on. I sincerely hope that this was written with as much sarcasm that can be had in a forum such as this, however if you were being sincere, you really need to have a long discussion with people who participate in sports and are familiar with problems associated with head injuries. He fell 5 times in his routine, which says to me, that he wasn't in his right mind, and his coaches and the skating federation should either be heavily fined or fired for putting him at risk.
You guess it! It was irony. His coach told Mr. Hanyu, "no time to be a hero" but he went in the rink without hesitation, turning himself into some kind of a warrior. I'd say a Kamikazee warrior (suicidal one). He's an Olympic champion and the reigning world champ. It's not a worth gambling your life for something you've already gained. It was a little greed and selfishness in his part. Hope he recovers soon.
smithinjapanNOV. 10, 2014 - 11:04PM JST titaniumdioxide: "Congratulation on that silver. A true warrior. Show must go on." And it's that kind of attitude -- and it's always people who say this who put OTHERS in danger and with no danger to themselves -- that could literally have gotten him killed. But then, again with that attitude, you'd probably say he was a 'true samurai' if he died. Shame on you. TrevorPeace1: "Brian Orser's fault that he went back onto the ice." Orser urged him not to go on, actually. He was cleared by doctors, so Orser could not force him not to skate if Hanyu insisted. This is not Hanyu's fault, either, it's the doctors' and ultimately the JSF.
Chill and relax. You know me than any posters do. Go back to my old comments when he won the Olympics gold. I was praising his artistry, style, talent and grace on ice especially in the short program where he broke the world record and reached more than the 100 point barrier. Why would I praise him for falling 5 times in the full skates? It's such a heart-wrecking moment when you see someone injured keeps on falling. It's like a boxing death match.
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Congratulation on that silver. A true warrior. Show must go on.
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