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Posted in: 36-year-old mother arrested for abandoning newborn infant in Tokyo park See in context



rich or not rich it doesn't matter .. it's your choice. All time. You can have sex being rich or not rich. But having sex comes with risks and duties. If you do it without knowing it, you are neither rich nor poor, you are a reckless person.

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Posted in: 36-year-old mother arrested for abandoning newborn infant in Tokyo park See in context

Well assuming it's not abuse / rape, what can we say? My darling.. if you can't afford to have a baby it's ok, if you don't have a job it's ok, if you help your elderly it's ok, if you're single / not married / alone it's ok, nobody will blame you for that .. seriously trust me.. but please don't have sex, you don't have to, there is no law that forces you to have sex, you are 36's old and you know that if you have sex you could have a baby, having sex is not a universal right, no obligation, is always your choice remember it, your body your choice, please be smart for you and for our society which will now have to repair for you and the poor soul you gave birth.

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Posted in: Man arrested after dropping bowling ball from 4th floor of apartment building See in context

Yes... Newton was right.

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Posted in: Woman gets suspended sentence for killing mentally disabled son See in context


There is an argument to be made, however on the other hand once you start with eugenics problem you are on top of another slippery slope in modern countries. (In places like CCP China, that is of course not an issue.)

You're right, it started a while ago but it doesn't seem like an issue for any particular country.









Just tragic. And where is the father? Did he run away to escape his responsibility?

Maybe he was with her, or she was a widow or she divorced him. Who knows?

Anyways 54-17 = 37. Nowadays a lot of doctors go unheard.

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Posted in: Man arrested for abusing 2-year-old girl See in context

@William Bjornson

Honestly .. one of the most beautiful and interesting thoughts I've ever had the opportunity to read. But I'm afraid there aren't enough people today who can share or understand it. And this is a defeat for all of us.

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Posted in: Former daycare center worker arrested for fatally assaulting 1-year-old girl in 2017 See in context

It is true but it says: trying to get her to go to sleep.

So maybe she was close but she was also touching the baby. If so, it depends on "how" she was "trying" to get her to sleep... maybe shaking her? hitting? we don't know.... 4 years to decide what a video contains?

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Posted in: Japan issues new ¥500 coins for 1st time in 21 years See in context

Under the 百 it says JAPAN or NIPPON?

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Posted in: Man arrested for forcing his pet cat to swim See in context

WTH why didn't he buy a fish? They usually swim better.

If you want something who can fly, buy a bird.

If you want something who can walk, buy a dog/cat.

If you want something who can swim, buy a fish.

If you want something who can do all three, buy a duck.

Yeah! Duck rulez!

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Posted in: 11-year-old boy dies after falling from 10th-floor apartment balcony See in context

Even if we're in Japan, I don't think an 11-year-old boy can be so "goofy" to fall off a 10-floor balcony at 10am. Surely a 4-year-old can but an 11-year-old... police must investigate on his "environment".

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Posted in: 11-year-old boy dies after falling from 10th-floor apartment balcony See in context

mhh 11 years ... I don't think it's a fatality, it looks more like suicide. I would investigate at school, the family, among "friends".

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Posted in: Mother arrested over murder of 21-year-old disabled daughter See in context

Sad story. I hope one day Japanese will learn to ask for help. It's a country where people still feels ashamed for certain situations. A country where too many people criticize everything behind your backs. Japan is a place where feeling part of the "society" is vital and feeling alone and abandoned in this cases is still too easy.

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Posted in: 18-year-old girl arrested after body of newborn baby found in toilet at home See in context

How could her family didn't notice all that,?

Family? Which family? Today family is an old-fashioned "institution". Forget it. We are all free to do what we like, be what we want, think what we like, no commitment, no obligation, just fun. Young people have time for sex but don't have time to ask for help and probably THERE IS NO ONE LISTENS TO THEM. We can blame the girl, the boy who just had fun, the father, the mother but this will not change the direction we are going.

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Posted in: 2 women, political opposites, vie for LDP leadership See in context

There are such so many problems that await us in the next years... we need strong and smart politicians, I honestly don't care "how" they use the toilet. Their sex is the last of my priority.

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Posted in: 17-year-old boy will not be prosecuted over 6-year-old sister’s death See in context

Society should prevent things like this happen...

You're right but unfortunately that's exactly what this "society" is producing.

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Posted in: 75-year-old woman arrested after body of another woman found in house See in context

I believe local governments need to "tackle" this kind of problem more efficiently. A common fund for funerals, more information for people, maybe on TV. An easy-to-remember phone number. People need to know that there is someone who can help them. Otherwise this sad news will just increase day by day.

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Posted in: 17-year-old boy will not be prosecuted over 6-year-old sister’s death See in context

The boy is an adult, the mother is absent, where is the father... bla bla..

Here we have a classic case of burnout of a "weak" person. Who decides he is a "mature" adult? How many grown-up people are there who behave like children? A burnout happens to adults, can happen to a 17-year-old boy who lived in a facility. For me it is just a defeat of this "modern" society, nothing else. A kiss to the little girl anf a kiss to the boy, he needs it.

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Posted in: China urges Japan's PM candidates not to meddle in internal affairs See in context

Then maybe china should stay out of Japanese, Vietnamese, Filipino, Indonesian, heck, most of asian territories and stop constructing man made islands.

... you forgot the new entry, Afghanistan :) a present from US.

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Posted in: Man arrested for stealing woman’s underwear from laundry See in context

Wait! Where do all the "bodies of the crime" go? Free panties for all !! :P

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Posted in: Man arrested for stealing woman’s underwear from laundry See in context

Did you see the news from the USA this morning?

I'm not used to reading news from countries where I don't live. Anyway I just read it and no... doesn't seem to be anyone in the US interested in women's panties. Well now I have to leave you, dinner is ready, but my wife is asking me where all her panties have gone from the balcony...

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Posted in: Woman arrested after body of newborn son found in closet See in context

It's so sad. Rest in peace little angel.

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Posted in: Man in Sapporo attempts to rob convenience store with lighter See in context

“The manager was probably frying food and had oil on him, so it could have been dangerous.”

ahhahah! today the day starts in a fun way. Thanks to these guys!

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Posted in: Nissin Foods says 50 billion Cup Noodles have been sold worldwide See in context

Useful when you're late and can't cook without making too much noise because it's too late. Time ago I always kept a couple in the kitchen as plan B. Yes it's better not to use the seasoning packet, but eating one a month you won't die. With my wife we have fun making fresh noodles then freeze it in small portions x2. You can prepare many of the seasoning by yourself, youtube is full of such videos. I don't know if it's cheaper but it's fun and healthy.

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Posted in: What ticks off drivers in Japan? New survey reveals top 3 causes of road rage See in context

Many people think they can change lane instantly as soon as they light their directional light. Obviously without looking at who is behind: a train, a truck, a bus, a tank, 1st Cavalry Division, it doesn't matter...

People on bicycles (especially children) go from sidewalk to crosswalk without stopping... but there is no wall to protect them. Even if I go 40km/h, my car and I don't received the gift from God to stop instantly. In the 80s there was a TVseries called "Automan", well that car has not yet been invented.

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Posted in: Always there: The AI chatbot comforting China's lonely millions See in context

mhh after this, I think humans have some problems.

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Posted in: Electronic grandchild 'Ami-chan' developed by Takara Tomy See in context

Did you want a grandchild? Your ungrateful children (single and working 12 hours to pay the rent) doesn't have any? Ok no problem ..

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Posted in: Making the online world safe for children See in context

Every child has the right to read the Taliban's messages on Twitter... wtf.. please ... please ...

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Posted in: Osaka man arrested for smearing poo on teen’s backpack See in context

That's why I love Japan. It will certainly be one of the "safest" places in the world but ... Heeii! it never stop to surprise you.

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Posted in: Firefighter arrested for marijuana possession See in context

anyone have a lighter? ohh thank you!

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Posted in: Woman arrested over drowning of 2-year-old grandson See in context

So while Japan may rank highly on this one issue, this issues almost never happens. Hardly enough to make Japan an unsafe country.

It doesn't say Japan is a dangerous country, it says Japan is not heaven on earth, it helps to understand why people are so shocked when they read such news. People believe that since here no one goes out of the house shooting everyone so no one can have mental problems or just do similar things. It's amazing how much misinformation and illusion there is about Japanese society and behavior.

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Posted in: Woman arrested over drowning of 2-year-old grandson See in context

There are rankings showing that Japan is in the top 10 for child murder reports. This is a strange result, how can one of the "safest" countries in the world do it? As one of the safest countries in the world, the murder of a child weighs heavily. If we assume that Japan is heaven because it is safe, how can we accept it? (and this is the mistake, for me).

Just a random url (find by yourself on internet, enjoy)


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