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Posted in: Firefighter arrested for filming up high school girl's skirt in Ibaraki See in context

BBLeo at 06:33 PM JST - 25th February

So what did he do wrong, if he was checking up if there was a fire? Usually 16-years-old girls start to get on fire and this firefighter just want to prevent to any possible fire


johnnyboy73 at 11:11 AM JST - 27th February

What the hell is the World coming to when you can't even trust a firefighter.

I don't think this means we can't trust him to put out fires. I think he was doing a thorough job as BBLeo has pointed out. And he was off duty. 10/10 for effort. lol

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Posted in: Woman found dead in love hotel in Shibuya See in context

Wasn't me... err What is a love hotel? :-)

I have been told that they are now being called "fashion hotels". This is in an effort to make them Also has something to do with the range of "fashionable" costumes available at some of these places.

I think it would be a good idea to have a souvenir shop where the young ladies could buy fashion accessories like handbags...or just hire them until next time

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Posted in: Renting brand-name items getting popular See in context

some women are adopting a more cost effective consumer behavior—borrowing brand-name items for limited use and time


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Posted in: Father, daughter, 5, thrown out of car after accident on Kyushu expressway; girl dies See in context

i think that we should always be looking for practical ways to keep on decreasing the number of road deaths every year. the compulsory use of seatbelts for all passengers is a good start and in a coutry with low speed-limits this should save many lives. I am sure that if the two passengers in the back of the vehicle were wearing seatbelts then this tragedy could have be avoided. i think that the two adults in this vehicle are definately responsible for the death of this poor child.

drivers in japan definitely need to be more responsible. i see so many people with kids and pets jumping around in the car. even if you are a "careful" driver you cannot trust everyone else to be so. i know that in some countries (and i am not sure about japan) it is the responsibility of the driver to make sure that everyone is wearing a seatbelt before driving anywhere. failure to do so is a punishible offence. in some cases the driver can be criminally charged for any deaths resulting from his negligence.

also, i have even seen people driving around with sunglasses night! why? why? oh, why is this necessary? and drivers with the seat so far back they can hardly see over the steering wheel? again - why? all the tv/dvd screens are surely a distraction to the driver as well.

come on guys...just try thinking about what you're doing occasionally.

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Posted in: New party shakes up South African politics See in context

Oh no. SA will be reduced to another regular banana republic of Africa with tribal fighting to tear it apart. Bring back the white government.

Bring back the government of racist murderers and terrorists who kidnapped and tortured civilians who were fighting for basic human rights. What a great idea! As a "bushlover" I would think that you would be in favor of democracy - that precious ideal of which america claims to be the greatest example and defender of.

bushlover, this is possibly one of the stupidest things I have ever seen posted here. What makes you say this? Any reasons at all?

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Posted in: What bad manners annoy you the most in public places? See in context

People that don't cover their mouth when they cough or sneeze. Extremely gross!

agreed 100%. guess that's why they feel the need to wear those ridiculous face masks.

Kids who stop, point and shout, "Hey, Look!! Look everyone! A foreigner!"

who cares? i think they just ignorant - even the adults most of the time. just shout back "nihon-jin! nihon-jin!" - get's a laugh sometimes.

Watching someone finishing eating there meal in a eatery, then fire up a smoke while you try to enjoy your meal as they did smoke free.

yeah, this i found surprising when i arrived here. how can a country that is apparently so concerned with health as well as good manners not have some kind of smoking regulations for restaurants?

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