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    Suzuki was quoted by police as saying that the boy and his mother were obstacles to his getting married again and that he wanted them both out of the way.

    Say what?!?!? How many more Japanese people have this warped sense of reality? Too bloody many!

    Posted in: Man arrested for attempted murder of 9-year-old son

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    No way! It would be no different if a nazi death camp applied for world heritage listing. These are monuments to Japan's imperial rule of Asia, but they should not be listed as world heritage spots. I'm ire that, anybody who actually worked there would want them torn down.

    Posted in: Japan's UNESCO heritage bid draws flak over slave labor

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    The company my girlfriend works for moved their starting time ahead by one hour from today. I'll be very interested to see if she finishes an hour early too.

    I have to laugh at the logic of the excuses for not introducing daylight saving. So, instead of using smaller household air conditioners they are gonna keep the larger commercial air conditioners running in office buildings? And, how it being too much trouble to change the clocks? Australia has five different time zones during summer and the country survives.

    Posted in: Gov't employees to start work early, finish early in July, August

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    Japan, one of the most seismically active areas on earth,

    Well, it seems like the perfect place to build over fifty nuclear reactors and to store nuclear waste deep underground, doesn't it? NOT!

    There are many people living close to this mountain. Depending on the scale of eruption and the wind direction at the time this could be quite a catastrophe.

    Posted in: Volcano alert for Mt Hakone raised after small eruption

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    I'm sitting on a local train reading this and realised there is only one fire extinguisher in this carriage and it looks like a paper fire extinguisher (just a water sprayer). It would be pretty useless to put out an oil fire.

    Yeah, Japan is a relatively safe country unless some whacko sets himself on fire, randomly slashes you or pushes you in front of a train.

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

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    the two-lane road where the two bikes collided curved slightly and that it appears one of the riders crossed the center line.

    Brilliant deduction Holmes!

    Posted in: 2 men killed in head-on motorbike collision

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    Just another one of the lies that Abe and the Olympic committee used to secure the games. I shudder to think about the people congestion around an 80,000 seat stadium in the center of Tokyo. The current infrastructure swells to capacity at present. What's gonna happen when the games start?

    Posted in: Olympic stadium to cost Y252 bil, sports minister says

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    A 45 year old parasite living off his mother and then he turns around and tries to kill her when she tells him to get a job? Lock this scum away for a long time and make sure his sentence includes hard labor!

    Posted in: Man arrested for slashing his mother with kitchen knife

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    This constitutional change is a very strange issue. More than half of the people are against it. Many scholars and law makers are against it, but it will go through unabated due to the 'old boys club' controlling the majority vote. They have already axed half a dozen people that disagreed and they changed the rules so there didn't need to be a public referendum to change the constitution. These cronies are sneaky and underhanded and will do whatever it takes to get their own way. One of the main reasons Abe wants to change the constitution is so that Japan can join the international arms sales, which could possibly be worth billions of dollars. It has very little to do with helping other countries, as Abe keeps staring. It's all about Japan helping itself.

    Posted in: Abe's ratings slip amid doubts over his security policy

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    This is not the work of a pervert. This is the work of a deranged individual and I fear it's only a matter of time before his deranged activities escalate into something more serious. One can only hope the cops pick him up before then.

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

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    An interesting question. How about you just choose the dozen beaches from the world surfing tour. However, they are not all beaches. Some are just reef breaks. Teahupu, Cloud Break, Margeret River are not beaches, but have some of the best surf breaks in the world. In Australia you have Snapper, Burleigh, Shark Island and Bells, none of which are beaches. Then, you could mention the really dangerous places like, The Right in S/W Oz and Shipsterns Bluff in Tasmania, neither of which are beaches. One of the nastiest beach breaks in the world is Hossegor in the south-west of France. There's some serious board and neck snapping action. Some more Australian beaches to mention are South Straddie, Duranbah on the Goldie, Manly and North Cronulla in Sydney and Merewether in Newcastle.

    Everywhere has its day and the surf is always good somewhere.

    Posted in: Which beaches would you say are among the best in the world for surfing?

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    Yep! This is horrid! But, I have to know why a seven year old kid was going to bed at 11pm and why his mother didn't hear the washer start up? Was it an extremely large house? A tragic accident is the 'probable' cause, but my suspicions are aroused.

    Posted in: 7-year-old boy dies after being locked inside washer-dryer

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    Well, the Back to the Futuer movie was set in 2015, so it seems about right.

    Posted in: 'Back to the Future' hoverboard comes to life from Lexus

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    The editor needs a good kick in the butt for letting this one go unnoticed. The illustrator? What can you say? He's just an artist!

    Posted in: 10,000 textbooks recalled over 3-armed girl illustration

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    Private junior high schools are a tough place for teenagers and most have just finished the gruelling slog of mid-term exams. If her mother said, she didn't notice anything wrong, it's a pretty safe assumption it is school related. Sad end to a young life.

    Posted in: 14-year-old girl jumps to death from train platform

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    Bwahahaha! Step up to the chopping block sir and place your head here! - I can't understand why anybody would voluntarily take this position. There has already been so many scandals of venue changes and other deceptive covers used to obtain the games. And now, there is the huge budget blowout for the stadium. This guy must have really big ones to take on this job (or he is just really dumb). Does the sign on his office door say, 'Scapegoat'?

    Posted in: New Olympics minister faces host of thorny issues

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    The only thing he did wrong was steal them. If he had bought them he would still be running around wearing them and getting excited. He is a very sick man!

    Posted in: 47-year-old man arrested for stealing women's underwear from coin laundry

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    he had stolen the underwear to wear them himself because it excited him.

    I wonder if his sentence will include a psych evaluation. There is something seriously wrong with this loon.

    Posted in: 47-year-old man arrested for stealing women's underwear from coin laundry

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    No! It will be a company funeral.

    Posted in: Wakayama's famous stationmaster cat Tama dies at 16

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    Oh the poor mom, the poor mom. Don't lay blame, just have sympathy for the poor mom. What about the suffering and death of the innocent child whose life was cut short because the poor mom thought something else was more important?

    What about the life of the driver? Her life has been changed forever too and it's quite likely it was due to negligence of the mother.

    Posted in: 2-year-old girl dies after being hit by car in Fukuoka parking lot

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