BurakuminDes's past comments

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    BurakuminDes

    Will the train - or at least the carriage - now be de-commissioned? Many Japanese would be rather superstitious of catching it now after two people have died violently. Rest in Peace to the poor innocent woman.

    Posted in: Late arrival

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    BurakuminDes

    @ Smith - thanks, I left out the "more" in that statement. The mind boggles how many innocent people could easily have died in that carriage. Coward is the right word for him.

    Posted in: Man dead after setting himself on fire in bullet train; woman passenger also dies

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    BurakuminDes

    What a nutcase, people could easily have died from smoke inhalation due to his selfish act. Just lucky no-one did.

    Posted in: Man dead after setting himself on fire in bullet train; woman passenger also dies

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    BurakuminDes

    I wouldn't pay attention to any time this serial drug cheat has supposedly run. Shouldn't even be allowed to compete.

    Posted in: Gatlin wins 200 meters in 19.57 seconds

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    BurakuminDes

    Well played to the young Matildas for fighting so hard against the Champions! They have put womens soccer in the news, which is very rare, and a great thing. 3 consecutive Quarter-Finals in World Cups - lets hope they go one better next time! Congrats to the Japanese ladies, Id love Miss Sawa to lift that cup again - but they will face a very tough task in the Semi though...

    Posted in: Japan beats Australia 1-0 to advance to semifinal against England at Women's World Cup

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    BurakuminDes

    "I was stressed out from being bullied at work, and wanted to let off some steam."

    Posted in: Girl's skirt cut by unknown assailant in 15th such case on Tobu Tojo line train

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    BurakuminDes

    At this rate, it should only be 20 more years before Kuroda and Abe meet their inflation target.

    Posted in: Japan consumer prices up 0.1% in May; jobless rate 3.3%

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    BurakuminDes

    For the uninformed - these kids are no little angels. One was fighting with his father and was even pictured holding up the severed heads of his victims.

    Do you actually realise you are talking about 7 and 13 year old kids, who have been sexually, violently and emotionally abused by their own scumbag father and his fellow cultist friend - and dragged into a warzone? These children are victims of this death cult, and will get a far better chance at a future when they are returned to Australia soon, rather than in the hell-hole they are in.

    Posted in: Australian leader makes no promises on IS man's children

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    BurakuminDes

    These children will be repatriated back to Australia if they make it out of Syria alive. They are Australians and have no other home - and are children. I hope they can eventually erase from their memory the evil deeds of their fathers.

    Posted in: Australian leader makes no promises on IS man's children

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    BurakuminDes

    Well played to the Champions! The Matildas have nothing to lose in the QF against Japan - they have already punched above their weight - but they are young and fast so have a fighting chance...should be a great game! I have a feeling that if Japan gets through the QF, their vastly experienced veterans will be unstoppable for a repeat trophy.

    I love the way the Japanese team bows to the crowd after every game, whether they win, lose or draw. I bet they are the only team in the tournament that does that.

    Its a nice touch, and the Blue Samurai do the same. I don't think other teams do it since bowing is not really a part of their culture (especially in sports) - they usually applaud their fans to thank them.

    Posted in: Japan beats Netherlands 2-1 to reach Women's World Cup quarterfinals

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    BurakuminDes

    9pm NHK news decided to edit out the heckling as well. Shameful.

    And that is one of the many reasons many of us refuse to pay those NHK grubs that come around door-knocking. Not paying for right-wing propaganda, thank-you!

    Posted in: Abe heckled at ceremony in Okinawa on 70th anniversary of battle

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    BurakuminDes

    Good on the hecklers! About time a few people stood up to Abe. Looking at the picture, it seems as if a "rattled" Abe is mouthing a few "pleasantries" towards the heckling crowd, and don't those security guys look downright creepy.

    Posted in: Abe heckled at ceremony in Okinawa on 70th anniversary of battle

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    BurakuminDes

    Its always nice to hear some good news for once!

    The government this month said about 110 were currently fighting

    Now only 108 more to get...

    Posted in: Two notorious Australian IS fighters reported dead

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    BurakuminDes

    That is embarrassing, with no disrespect to Singapore, but being unable to put even one goal past them at home is woeful. The Japanese men really need to get some lessons from the ladies in how to fight and work as a team. Have the wheels fallen off Halil-Japan already?

    Posted in: Japan held 0-0 by Singapore in Asian World Cup qualifier

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    BurakuminDes

    Well done to the champions! It's great to see Ms Sawa out there still dominating, she is ageless - and likely hoisting up that cup again in a couple weeks!

    Posted in: Japan beats Ecuador 1-0 to top group at Women's World Cup

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    BurakuminDes

    Hashimoto is a supreme adviser

    What is it with many Asian "leaders" and their pompous, grandiose titles? I remember at one stage Abe was calling himself "Supreme Adviser." How many Supreme Advisers are there?

    Anyway, birds of a feather flock together. These two are a marriage made for each other - to Japans sorry detriment.

    Posted in: Abe, Hashimoto meet to discuss strategy

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    BurakuminDes

    That's kind of cool - this arrangement would not look out of place in a Modern Art Museum where I have seen far less interesting exhibits!

    Posted in: Ready for rainy season

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    BurakuminDes

    The community in which this beast lives absolutely have the right to know where he is living. It would mortify all the millions of us with kids to think he is living in our area. And the sentence seems outrageously lenient - he has the majority of his life to live as a free man which is disgusting. ALL proceeds of any of his books should be automatically surrendered to a victims of crimes fund, as happens in other places.

    Rest in Peace to his poor, innocent victims - and strength to the countless more victims whose lives he has wrecked.

    Posted in: Controversial autobiography of 1997 Kobe child killer released

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    BurakuminDes

    Using taxpayers money to pay criminals to do the dirty work is an outrage, and surely illegal. Just hoping this disgrace - once confirmed - will bring about the downfall of the morally and ethically bankrupt conservatives, especially the pea-brained Abbot. Our reputation abroad is being trashed daily by this grubby mob in power.

    Posted in: Australia ignores Indonesia's calls for answers on boat payment claim

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    BurakuminDes

    The ladies are in general a lot more robust than their male counterparts, who often dive and roll around in tears after a challenge. The ladies tend to just dust themselves off and get back on their feet which is a credit to soccer.

    And if the Japanese ladies go back-to-back surely it will be the greatest sporting achievement in Japanese history? I wouldn't bet against it with the inspirational Miss Sawa in the team - 201 Internationals and counting.....

    Posted in: Japan reaches knockout stage with 2-1 win over Cameroon

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