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Posted in: Man slashes woman because he 'can't get a girlfriend' See in context

Next time, use a scooter.

poor demented lonely guy would probably only end up throwing that too to the ground after slashing her and run away.

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Posted in: 11-month-old boy dies after falling from 4th floor window in Hokkaido See in context

thank you Ah_so, hopefully that sarcastic remark will help open their eyes that they are way too damn skeptical. kinda explains why the state of the world is the way it is right now huh?

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Posted in: Transport ministry employee arrested for groping woman on train See in context

strange that he managed to actually get his hand "into" her underwear. you'd think he would have been stopped half way there.

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Posted in: Fire brigade arsonist alerts police to his own crimes See in context

wow some times the J cops can put 1 and 1 together and come up with 2!!!!

yes, but it took a series of 10 fires..

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Posted in: Man who cut off 3 fingers arrested with two others for insurance fraud See in context

insurance would have paid whether it was one or three, so for those questionining his IQ level, that should be your answer.

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Posted in: Tokyo man on nationwide wanted list for murdering wife and son See in context

I find it ironic that a man capable who killing his wife with a wrench and strangling his own defenseless toddler with his bare hands would be posing with a peace sign. and even more ironic that police would use that same image for their nationwide wanted poster.

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Posted in: Motive for Aichi double murder remains a mystery See in context

so simple yet so complexe. and it gets weirder as the days go by. the 2nd son stabbed the legs of the assailant? so for those who question whether it was an inside job, call the investigators and suggest they check for leg wounds of all relatives who live within the vicinity.

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Posted in: Father, two daughters found dead in suspected murder-suicide See in context

if you read the article carefully, it states that he ran the generator in his bedroom. what are the odds that that man had no intention of taking his daughters along with him? but the fact he didn't have them leave the house before offing himself does imply intent or carelessness.

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Posted in: Man arrested for fatally stabbing girlfriend in Aichi apartment See in context

The article does not comment on the relationship between the child and the man, however, you can guess.

sure can, what kind of loving father (and maniacal lover) would leave a 4 year old alone with his dying mother.

poor grandma is probably in her mid 50s and gonna have to raise this kid.

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Posted in: More details emerge in Aichi double murder, including cat's death, mysterious assailant See in context

I don't think the murderer(s) is(are) stranger to that family. Killing a cat is much more complicated than killing humans, you have to catch it first and they have the instinct to run away from predators.

definately, I still remember how hard it was to kick that cat or pluck its hair to make the magic potion in King's Quest 3 ;-)

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Posted in: More details emerge in Aichi double murder, including cat's death, mysterious assailant See in context

lunatic.

I'm trying to make sense of him successfully killing both mother and 1st son who were already in the home when he broke in. 2nd son comes in, gets stabbed in the neck (intent to kill) yet the suspect takes the time to tie him up.. if he knew he wasn't dead but unconscious why not finish the job? if he thought he was dead, why tie him up?

what's more, he washes ONE of the murder weapons and cleans it dry, leaves the other in the sink with the water running. takes the keys and locks the front door then throws them away nearby. oh yeah, and he kills the cat in case it decided to talk. better safe than sorry.

I understand people of this kind of social status are not rocket scientists but this suspect is beyond unusual.

at first I was thinking maybe he was interupted (like by sirens, hence why no wallets were stolen) while he was washing the 2nd murder weapon and just left the water running but then he wouldn't have taken the time to lock the front door.

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Posted in: UK ministry's home page linked to Japanese porn site See in context

"will be investigated"

you won't need to take your investigation too far, just look over to the webmaster in the next cubicle.

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Posted in: N Korea warns Japan that intervening in rocket launch will be act of war See in context

touche.

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Posted in: N Korea warns Japan that intervening in rocket launch will be act of war See in context

war for revenge (it wont bring your loved one/friend back so why? it will just cause another person to feel the same as you did or still do!).

jessssicaaa, precisely. you just answered your own question. "I'm suffering because of you so here is a taste of your own medicine."

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Posted in: BeeTV See in context

OK, I give up! Which one is the cross-dresser?

I'm gonna have to go with the first or fifth from the left.

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Posted in: N Korea warns Japan that intervening in rocket launch will be act of war See in context

nutsagain and soldave, hold on. let me get a bag of popcorn and you guys can get right back at it. your arguments are way too entertaining.

also, I always thought rethorical was a question you ask that you don't expect an answer to.

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Posted in: 'Sakura police' unit targets crimes of indecency against minors and women See in context

wanderlust - really? have you seen how pathetic policewomen are in this country? they are purely the bait.

watch it bobcatfish or cleo might come raining down on you like thunder.

Tahoochi, definately agree with the ceremonies and formalities bit, but adverstising might help if it scares the freaks away or into submission.

I guess it is now illegal to approach women? Why not focus on the scouts working the train stations?

because they are professionals!

and bbleo, please, take a chill pill. everytime I inadvertently read one of your posts I could swear that that W icon is coming straight at my screen.

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Posted in: Man arrested after taking taxi from Tokyo to Fukuoka and refusing to pay Y359,230 fare See in context

Why didn't the guy take the Shinkansen. It's only about 10,000Y. I think that is fairly reasonable and a heck of a lot faster.

uhm, because they don't accept IOUs.

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Posted in: Man arrested for killing boss on Kanagawa beach See in context

...from prison.

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Posted in: Man arrested for kissing woman during overnight bus trip in Shimane See in context

actually, IF she were to type it your way, it's 隣が痴漢、運転さんを呼んで。 but again, unlikely.

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Posted in: Obama to make 1st foreign trip as president to Canada on Feb 19 See in context

excuse me?

If Canada did split in two, which part would be the 51st state and which part would be the 52nd state?

uh, newsflash smartass. you're broke. I suggest you take that into consideration before you begin claiming canada part of your crumbling country.

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Posted in: U.S. pays $40,000 to relatives of Afghan civilians killed in raid See in context

they're paying them despite not knowing what the money will be used for. knowing that if they simply ignore the situation, the so-called innocent civilians might retaliate.

damned if you do and damned if you don't.

I thought Obama was gonna sort all that out.

give the man a chance, he just took office.

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Posted in: Bush, in farewell address, says he acted in nation's best interest See in context

Bush supporters, the only reason you weren't attacked after 9/11 is because his administration didn't need to mastermind, conspire or allow another one. They've already accomplished that "mission". please stop praising him for it. unless you praise every single person you meet that's not commiting a crime.

“You just fade out,” Bush told reporters from Texas newspapers last week. “That’s fine with me. The faster the fade, the better.”

I am amazed, for the first time in 8 years he is talking sense. congratulations Mr. soon-to-be ex-president, finally you have won my vote on something you said.

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Posted in: Sale See in context

"Who wants to buy tinned grub in a bleeding sale. They're very small and you're not getting a decent meal out of any of them" ?

"Unemployed temp worker found dead from starvation in Osaka"

I bet this guy would have.

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Posted in: Boy attacks sleeping father with survival knife in Saitama See in context

As I'm reading this, I can just imagine how many anti-saitama posters are gonna have a field trip with this article. For several months now I always thought they were unfairly generalizing, I'm starting to have a change of heart. no coincidence can be that bad.

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Posted in: Saudi supertanker sets sail after Somali pirate release See in context

if they did indead drown, a fitting end for waste of human life. if they faked it to get the foreign navies off their backs (I know I am giving them WAY too much credit) hopefully they'll catch some new breed of disease back home and die of that instead.

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Posted in: Girl's hair cut by man with scissors in Miyagi See in context

ditto. if this was a random act (not likely) good for the girl. if he was stalking her (most likely) then considering statistics, how many obsessed freaks give up after getting something from their victim? none? 0.1%? hope someone keeps a close watch on her. a big bro wouldn't be too bad.

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Posted in: Japanese 'tenant' leaves Mexico City airport See in context

up from zero to what? 0.1?

and as for those who find him an "embarrassment" to the japanese, bah. leave the man live out his dream of being in the movie.

(fortunately for him, being mysterious isn't a crime.)

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Posted in: Man arrested for refusing to pay bill after dining at Denny's for 12 hours See in context

uh, am I the only one who noticed 11 am to midnight is 13 hours not 12?

(yup, couldn't think of anything more clever to post ;-)

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Posted in: JR train driver shows up for work drunk in Sasebo See in context

The company says its internal rules do not prohibit drivers from >drinking but encourages them to show self-restraint

ah, yes, of course. rather than imposing common sense rules to protect their commuters they plead with their drivers to show self-restraint. is that why most japanese cops aren't armed? they plan on pleading with the criminals should a crime arise?

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