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Posted in: Rakuten, Booking.com, Expedia raided by Japan antitrust watchdog See in context

JJ Jetplane

"So what I’m hearing is that the government wants to protect companies over consumers?"

A helping hand:


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Posted in: Japan officially announces IWC withdrawal; will resume commercial whaling See in context

If some people want to eat it (which some clearly do, as I frequently see it in the supermarket, despite the claims here that nobody does), and it is caught sustainably, it's nobody else's business.

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Posted in: Typhoon death toll reaches 11; thousands being transported from Kansai airport See in context

Watching the number of fools walking/driving about, and watching my neighbour strolling around outside with no purpose other than to take a look, whilst another neighbour's roof was coming off and all the metal sheets flying around, I wondered how insurance companies deal with this. Do they pay out for a driver recklessly crossing a bridge in these conditions and trashing his truck, or treat it like trashing a vehicle whilst drunk - i.e. rightfully blame the driver and refuse to pay out?

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