Cricky's past comments

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    Cricky

    More interested to know how he could afford it, and wear it to work? Co-workers might be embarrassed about him for a bag full of reasons. He obviously could afford to get it fixed, now he just wants compensation?

    Posted in: Police officer breaks Rolex wristwatch during arrest; sends suspect repair bill

  • -5

    Cricky

    Yep, whatever he is told to say. From a very big paper

    Posted in: Diet convenes

  • -1

    Cricky

    Reinterpret the constitution? Think there might be bigger problems to resolve first...although a reinterpretation might inpower the constitution to allow a Kamakzi squad made up of top politicians and their off spring to attack those they deem enemy's. After some thought that will never happen but I do have a small boy down the street who is really interested in planes, he might do it if compelled.

    Posted in: Busy agenda faces Abe as Diet session gets under way

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    Cricky

    I don't believe it, the current regime promised they would fix the economy. I trust them they have 70+ years of experience doing a great job.

    Posted in: Japan's trade deficit balloons to record Y12.781 trillion in 2014

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    Cricky

    Events will dictate the outcome, as usual the J Government are hopeless at making any decision. Let's see what they don't do, this time?

    Posted in: Japan vows not to give up on hostages until very end

  • 1

    Cricky

    How about covering your mouth when you cough, or even wash your hands after going to the Toilet? Might be a cultural thing.i might have been insensitive about culture.

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  • 2

    Cricky

    It's so safe in Japan, if my company does bad thing like spreading radoactive waist over a large area...who cares whoops please may I have more tax dollars. And raise the cost of power, what temporary housing? Those people well, they will disappear if we ignore them.

    Posted in: TEPCO to miss deadline on decontaminating Fukushima water

  • 2

    Cricky

    They really can't do anything right, it's an International joke.

    Posted in: TEPCO to miss deadline on decontaminating Fukushima water

  • 2

    Cricky

    Yep I believe that.

    Posted in: 300 police officers subjected to disciplinary action in 2014

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    Cricky

    They are spy's and were caught, the government wants them back, who could start a company that is multinational security company related without the consent of the Government? Or am I nieve to think that the J Government so pathetic it has no idea about what it's citizens do, they are in their 40s not children armed in a war zone. There is a lot missing from this story.

    Posted in: Japan awaits news of hostages as deadline passes

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    Cricky

    Travesty, a company proped up with public funds farming it's work force out to criminal gangs is not accountable at all to any laws. Power bills raising, and people still living in temporary housing...now that's Japan at its finest. Who are these prosecutors kidding, they can't find anything? How inept.

    Posted in: Prosecutors won't indict former TEPCO execs over Fukushima

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    Cricky

    Radical, their seems to be a world wide support of these radicals. Box them up and bomb them.if they have a problem outside of their sandbox, turn it into glass. At worst a large group of delusional physopaths get toasted, and it's one hell of a tourist site after!

    Posted in: Japanese reporter's bid to save friend led to IS abduction

  • -1

    Cricky

    Djv 124 good post

    Posted in: Japan says it is looking at all possible ways to free hostages

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    Cricky

    A psychological nut case organisation has no compulsion to slaughter anyone for their God, really tough people attacking people with Pencils? or hacking their way through a neck of a handcuffed person... Yep that defiantly convinces me to try wearing black pyjamas and sticking my arse in the air a few times in the day. Better keep my wife indoors too, or I might have to stone her to death. Thank you IS for showing me a happy future.

    Posted in: Abe fighting against time to find way to free hostages

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    Cricky

    At a plant that ignored any safety resulting in a melt down. Now gets government (sorry our monies) on top of billing us extra for the privilege can't even run a safe work environment. Even after causing the expulsion of locals, and paying organised crime by using "casual Labour" they still claim a hands off attitude towards people who are trying to fix the company's mistakes? Turn on a light and these criminals profit, guess living in the dark is better than turning on a light.

    Posted in: 2 workers die in accidents at Fukushima Daiichi, Daini plants

  • 0

    Cricky

    But the governments biggest supporters are fuelled by hate how on earth could the government disinfachise such a support base? They won't I know.

    Posted in: Gov't to launch campaign against hate speech

  • 3

    Cricky

    Money, 200 million that makes my god happy? Nice religion. Oops floating again. Thank god I have an AK47. These unbelieveres should be taught that there is 1 God and he is vindictive and angry. That's why we pray for forgiveness even if we didn't do anything.

    Posted in: IS threatens to kill 2 Japanese hostages unless it receives $200 mil ransom

  • 1

    Cricky

    So the aquarium is killing the fish, and they don't have a clue. Experts in fish care, got to thank the university that takes theire money and teaches them that mass deaths are ok!

    Posted in: More tuna die at Tokyo Sea Life Park; only 6 left

  • 1

    Cricky

    Fisting into the air? The combined mike holding and hands on hips...well there are some issues probably due to the parents being closely related. The LDP regime have been in power for what 70+ years these that's not going to change the ruling party are inbred as are the opposition and we all have to pay their salaries. Go fisting, hope they enjoy their love love .

    Posted in: DPJ shuffle

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    Cricky

    These students have trained by rote and offer nothing in the field of free thinkinking, political carrear is the only option should they have a family history in politics.

    Posted in: 559,132 students sit for college entrance exams across Japan

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