BurakuminDes's past comments

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    BurakuminDes

    These places are fun, but beware of the need for a heart-lung transplant after spending an hour there due to all the smoking you will do.

    Posted in: At old-style drinking places, the quest for Showa-era nostalgia clashes with reality

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    BurakuminDes

    @ TheRat -

    BurakuminDes you amaze me with your utter thoughtlessness. NOW British people have to pay export tariffs, and now have to go through passport control when entering France. WHAT a PAIN! And all because of their hatred about immigration. They are going to PAY a heavy price--read that the most likely scenerio for Britain is going to be a nice recession and umemployment rising to 7 percent. And to think of all those retirees in Spain will now lose their residency rights and have to leave, putting more strain on the social systems in Britain. So, yeah, you right-wiingers REALLY DO NOT THINK THINGS THROUGH too much do you, your hatred is just all that matters.

    Please dont lump me with the right-wingers, my friend. I despise the likes of Farage and all his supporters. Scumbags and racists. I am certain a good deal of those who voted Leave were not rightists or racists. I agree with many of your points, and if I were still living in the UK and decided to vote, I possibly would have voted Remain. However, I can see both sides of the argument, and understand the despair with so many Brits and other Europeans RE: the failure of the EU. Personally, it bums me that my right to live/work in 27 other nations in future will now be up in the air, but I respect the Brits' decision.

    Posted in: Asian central banks, policymakers wade in to calm markets after Brexit vote

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    BurakuminDes

    News just coming in that Cameron has quit. No surprise - it was almost certain - but quicker than I had thought. Get ready for the American-born, messy haired PM Johnson!

    Posted in: Asian central banks, policymakers wade in to calm markets after Brexit vote

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    BurakuminDes

    Congrats to the majority of Brits who wanted out of the untenable mess that is the EU. I guess many folk were fed up with propping up failed economies led by governments unwilling to change - Greece, Spain, Portugal among others. There will be short-term pain for all, no doubt about it. Great time for a (cheaper) UK holiday!

    I wonder who will be next?

    I know of at least a few envious Germans today...

    Posted in: Asian central banks, policymakers wade in to calm markets after Brexit vote

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    BurakuminDes

    This is more exciting than the Euro soccer championship.

    Ha ha - very true! Although thats not too hard, its been the dullest of dull tournaments - with the exception of the "Cinderella story" of Wales and Northern Ireland.

    Leave up by 400, 000 - Birmingham will be the key now.....

    Posted in: Global markets plunge as Britain votes to leave EU

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    BurakuminDes

    One thing is for sure, all the Remain supporters in government need to quit or reassess their jobs

    True. The only guaranteed certainty is that Cameron is finished. Will he quit next week?

    Looks like the bookies and a lot of so called "experts" are looking very silly right now!

    Posted in: Global markets plunge as Britain votes to leave EU

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    BurakuminDes

    Abe Pledges.....Abe Urges.... Abe Promises.....Abe is Upbeat about Abenomics....

    Yet, after 4 years he has delivered nothing. The man does not have the guts, leadership or ability to run a household, let alone a nation.

    Posted in: Abe pledges to boost economy as upper house election campaign begins

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    BurakuminDes

    That's a shockingly small figure for broadcasting rights. Just $10.5 Million annually? Are there some zeroes missing? The domestic football codes in Australia (AFL and NRL) - a far smaller market - recently negotiated broadcast rights with free-to-air and pay-TV for over 20 times this amount!

    Posted in: J.League to sign Y1.1 bil-per-year broadcast deal

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    BurakuminDes

    Terribly sad. The saddest part is the fact the father wanted his own relatively young daughter to die along with himself and his wife. I suspect he was a rather controlling individual. I am glad she survived, and hope she does not go to prison.

    Posted in: Woman pleads guilty to murder, assisted suicide of parents

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    BurakuminDes

    “My sons are starting to give their opinion on inheritance, and I’m interested,”

    Giving their opinion? I can't think of anything more grubby. The old fella should sell the house, take a first class cruise around the world and blow the lot!

    Posted in: Dead money: Battle for Japanese inheritances heats up

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    BurakuminDes

    Already started spotting elderly folks distressed from heat on the streets, the earliest ever. I saw a couple collapse last summer and get carted away, so now I usually carry a spare water to offer. I guess so many elderly people here have no relatives willing to look out for them, which is heartbreaking.

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    BurakuminDes

    This Mair scumbag is a nasty, evil piece of work. There is now evidence emerging that he has neo-nazi links. Seems a shame that the UK has abolished the noose, because this cowardly killer should hang.

    Rest in Peace, Ms. Cox.

    Posted in: Accused killer of British MP says 'Death to traitors' in court

  • 1

    BurakuminDes

    Just beware of the many fake Buddhist monks that often hang around train stations here accepting donations. A Buddhist priest once warned me that this is never the practice for them in Japan.

    Posted in: Waiting

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    BurakuminDes

    What an amazing achievement! Pete Rose aint gonna be happy, thats for sure. Can we now use the "Greatest Of All Time" title?

    Posted in: An extra for Ichiro

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    BurakuminDes

    Soar, Yen, soar! Works out well for me since i am paid in JPY. Also foreign food and, most importantly - wine - may just get a bit cheaper!

    JapanToday must assume it's readers are American.

    Probably - but JPY is approaching a 5 year high Vs Aussie, too.

    Posted in: Yen soars as BOJ holds fire on stimulus

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    BurakuminDes

    Sad to see the petty crimes in Japan begin to escalate......

    Petty crime? Where I come from, robbery at knifepoint is most certainly defined as a major crime. I hope they catch this dangerous criminal, he will no doubt do it again if not.

    Posted in: Same Yokohama convenience store robbed for second time in 3 weeks

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    BurakuminDes

    Wouldve been better for all if this worthless freeter jumped off the balcony along with his bricks - as long as no-one was down below.

    Posted in: Man arrested for rigging brick to fall from 10th floor of apartment building

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    BurakuminDes

    Only a socially backwards country would ban a same-sex kiss in a public performance - or continue to criminalise same-sex relations.

    Posted in: Same-sex kiss cut from Singapore staging of Les Miserables

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    BurakuminDes

    Well played England. Eddie is one heck of a coach and seems to improve every team he runs.

    Posted in: All Blacks beat Wales 39-21; England outguns Australia 39-28; Ireland stuns S Africa 26-20

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    BurakuminDes

    Whenever England are involved in a soccer tournament, you can be sure of two things: A heartbreaking result and exit; "fans" getting involved in riots that "weren't their fault".

    Posted in: Violence mars England's 1-1 draw with Russia at Euro 2016

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