Cortes Elijah's past comments

  • -9

    Cortes Elijah

    LBW2010 at Jul. 30, 2014 - 10:50AM JST Obviously there are extra-legal repercussions for this man's actions--he'll be placed on some sort of airline no-fly list, he's probably lost his job and maybe his wife, and he's going to carry the stigma of this with him for the rest of his life. But three months seems light to me, for physically assaulting a crew member in the post-9/11 world. Six months or a year.

    Post 9/11 world? Um no. Post 9/11 America is the correct term. The world is much bigger than America dude and punching someone while drunk does not deserve more time than what he has received.

    This has nothing to do with terrorism.

    Posted in: 3-month sentence for Japan-Hawaii flight assault

  • -3

    Cortes Elijah

    So many sick pedos here. See the link guys? School girls. The school girl uniform here is sexualized so much... Hello a school girl uniform is what underaged girls wear. So how is it legal to dress up in it for sex acts and hentai porn! The person that gets turned on by a school uniform when shown sexually should be put on the watch list.

    This guy was most likely an AKB fan, a comic book reader. He saw this innocent girl but due to the publicity of sexual content using school girl uniforms here; was deluded into sexual thoughts about her.

    They really need to stop associating uniforms with sex.

    Posted in: Police arrest man who tried to get 9-year-old girl into his car

  • 0

    Cortes Elijah

    Some people in this world have too much money.

    Posted in: First Superman comic book to be auctioned on eBay

  • 0

    Cortes Elijah

    I don't get why so many people put Godzilla 2014 down. It was an awesome and exciting film. I loved every bit of it.

    Looking forward to the next one. Hey at least it wasn't as shiite as 1998 Godzilla which looked like a mutated T-Rex.

    Posted in: Godzilla returns: Sequel announced at Comic-Con

  • 0

    Cortes Elijah

    Say what you think about North Korea, one thing is clear; the government is mentally unstable. Shooting rockets into the sea proves nothing. The world is covered by my sea than land. ANYONE can do that. North Korea is simply being a coward that gets given a second chance then turning around behind the victors back and saying they won.

    Why North Korea is still aloud to exist beats me. The graphic threats they spew out on a regular basis is jail worthy.

    I really hope that they get smacked back to reality soon before they put more lives in danger.

    Posted in: N Korea defies U.N. censure to fire missile into Sea of Japan

  • -4

    Cortes Elijah

    Probably the worst experience for me in Japan summer was at Tokyo Disney Sea. Super hot outside with super cold air-conditioning inside. Whilst getting sprayed with water so my clothes are soaked through, then going inside to go on rides and getting blasted with cold air I came down with a fever.

    Posted in: Best place to be on a hot day

  • -3

    Cortes Elijah

    I don't think MH17 should have an impact on Malaysian Airlines. MH370 in the other case was a massive cover up.

    Posted in: Two tragedies push Malaysia Airlines to the brink

  • 0

    Cortes Elijah

    Maybe people should start looking their doors and windows in the country. It's sad that she got murdered, but you would think someone would have enough common sense as to LOCK up when someone has threatened to kill you.

    If he broke in she would have most likely seen the broken glass or some form of warning. This story suggests he simply opened the door/window.

    I always lock my house. I've had shady people around my house even though I have no enemies in Japan, people ringing my door bell at all hours of the night.

    Japan is not a safe country as people think.

    Posted in: Man pleads guilty to killing ex-girlfriend after stalking her

  • -1

    Cortes Elijah

    Only a fool would trust bitcoin.

    Posted in: Angry Bitcoin investors demand answers at Tokyo creditors' meeting

  • 0

    Cortes Elijah

    I'm surprised I'm not the only one that rides a train like a rollercoaster with my hands in the air. lol. I'm paranoid of some gold digger accusing me of touching her. Even when I walk down stairs I hold my collar or imaginary back pack to keep my hands up. On the train I hold two hands on a strap above me, or keep one on a phone. I've been touched many times on the train but never suspected "groping".

    As someone said here, can't wait to get a license so I can get the hell away from trains. They are a death trap here. I heard that even if you are proven innocent you still have lawyer costs that empty your bank account.

    Here's some light humour. I had my briefcase on the train once and it was digging into a business man's ass for like 10 minutes. I did not realize it was happening, he kept turning around and looked really nervously at me all flustered and all.

    I looked down and saw my case was between his bum cheeks aggressively wedging him. I almost laughed at the sight of it but decided against it. Moral is there is no room on trains here.

    Posted in: Teacher's conviction for groping girl on bus overturned by Tokyo court

  • -1

    Cortes Elijah

    We all know how "most" Japanese grandparents/parents are when it comes to the road and children. Like most of you guys on here, I am a preschool teacher (or in education).

    I've seen with my own eyes almost every day children walking with their parents, not holding hands and running around the street like it is a park. I've seen kids that are oblivious to the dangers around them. Walking and talking with eyes on the ground as they stray onto incoming traffic.

    The question is, why didn't the grandparent do what EVERY person must do when taking a 3 year old minor in the car?

    Instructions are:

    1. Fasten child in child seat.
    2. Apply child lock to door.
    3. On arrival to destination, remove your own seat belt.
    4. Walk around to the door where the child is seated.
    5. Open the door disabling the child lock.
    6. Un-buckle the child seat.
    7. Pick up the child in your arms or hold their hands.
    8. Safely remove child from the car while checking if all clear.
    9. Walk child to safe location.

    Is it that freaking hard? No it's not. It's common sense, but sadly most Japanese parents do not have common sense and I am surprised more people here don't die daily from road accidents.

    Parents need to have mandatory classes on how to care for children in this country, because this accident could have been avoided.

    I see nothing about the person speeding in this article, only that they hit a little 3 year old. It says nothing to me except that this driver had nothing she could do to not hit this child. YES most Japanese speed around little streets, but their is no mention of that here.

    It seems just like another wasted life of a beautiful little kid that could have been helped with a little common sense.

    Posted in: 3-year-old girl hit and killed by car in Osaka; driver arrested

  • 1

    Cortes Elijah

    Better then sitting around doing nothing at all.

    Posted in: Abe says Japan willing to help in Malaysia jet crash probe

  • 3

    Cortes Elijah

    She should make a cock submarine. lol. I actually found this whole story amusing rather than offensive. Yes she is a little strange, but aren't we all? ;)

    Posted in: Tokyo vagina artist released by police

  • 6

    Cortes Elijah

    A miracle. I am really relieved to see this girl has been found safe, I am also happy that the police tracked her down in time. Give this guy paedophilia charges, and 10 years in jail. That should teach him not to kidnap anymore. This girl will probably need medical attention and mental counselling now. Put this kidnapper to work in prison and let every cent he earns go towards her when she turns 18.

    Posted in: Missing Okayama girl found unharmed; 49-year-old man arrested

  • -4

    Cortes Elijah

    The fact that modern Israel was Palestine is sad. Israel aggressively took over all of their land and that is why there is attacks daily. No I do not support Israel in this, they are in the wrong and are murdering for no reason.

    Posted in: Do you support Israel’s action in Gaza?

  • 13

    Cortes Elijah

    I watched a few videos on this girl yesterday. She's so innocent and curious. I can see she has an honest love and sincerity for what she is doing. The fact that these J-cops arrested her is ridiculous. She is doing art. There is nothing wrong with this. It's not like she is selling her vagina photos to people. She sent a design.

    Penis festival near my house is okay...it's okay for people to suck on penis popsicles... It's okay for women to ride on giant wooden cocks while shouting out Japanese there as well.

    This country is so immature and sexist sometimes and it really pisses me off.

    Two words J-cops. Mumo Sengen.

    Google it! And you will see what real uncensored vagina is.... Getting produced here in Japan and nothing is getting done about it.... Oh wait they probably pay a special "tax" to police...so it's all legal....

    Posted in: Arrest of Tokyo vagina artist sparks free expression protest

  • 0

    Cortes Elijah

    Love all the J bashers on here. Before you point at the twig in someone else's eye, pull the log out of your own eye. Japan has the right to export weapons, just as much as any other country does.

    In case you haven't noticed, the war ended a long long time ago. Time to move on and stop the racism.

    Posted in: Japan set for first arms export under new rules

  • 0

    Cortes Elijah

    I think it's good for a few peoples pockets... How does it benefit me honestly? Not at all.

    Posted in: Do you think mega-sports events such as the World Cup and the Olympics are good for the host country's economy and infrastructure in the long run?

  • 1

    Cortes Elijah

    And.....North Korea will never see justice served on them. This is an outright act of war and nothing will be done. Pathetic.

    Posted in: The stories of 12 Japanese abducted by North Korea

  • 0

    Cortes Elijah

    Yep. I have a degree in bombs so I am automatically garanteed a job teaching children!!!! That's the way this country works sadly.

    Posted in: Is a college degree still worth it?

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