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    Fadamor

    On Bieber's flight back to the US, I hope that the TSA doesn't LET HIM PASS CUSTOMS AND TOUCH US SOIL until he clear up his drug, racing, and assault charges.

    Ehh... how's he supposed to show up in court to RESOLVE the "drug, racing, and assault charges" if he's not allowed to re-enter the U.S.? A little more logical thinking is needed here.

    Posted in: Justin Bieber says sorry after visiting Yasukuni shrine

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    Fadamor

    I love this country but come on, really, get your priorities right! How about banning smoking in restaurants, like the rest of the world? One simple step which would have huge health benefits. Personally I dont understand why the Government doesnt do this.

    Then we can talk about allergies, whch is also a very valid concern.

    The one who has their priorities mixed up is you. Yes, smoking is bad, not only for the smoker but also for anyone else breathing the smoke. But it's not going to cause you to die within minutes of exposure.

    An allergic reaction to food can cause anaphylaxis and if it's a severe enough reaction, death. From Wiki:

    Anaphylaxis is a medical emergency that may require resuscitation measures such as airway management, supplemental oxygen, large volumes of intravenous fluids, and close monitoring. Administration of epinephrine is the treatment of choice with antihistamines and steroids (for example, dexamethasone) often used as adjuncts. A period of in-hospital observation for between 2 and 24 hours is recommended for people once they have returned to normal due to concerns of biphasic anaphylaxis.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anaphylaxis

    Posted in: Panel discusses how to display allergy information at restaurants

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    Fadamor

    common everybody GREEN lights are not green in Japan theyre BLUE, geeees get it right please.

    I guess that's true considering they say that 青い can mean either blue OR green. When we were taught, aoi was only blue and midori was green.

    Posted in: Driver turns herself in to police for failing to stop at yellow traffic light

  • -1

    Fadamor

    Asia-Pacific navies sign Code For Unplanned Encounters at Sea

    LOL. An "unplanned encounter at sea". Isn't this also known as a "collision"?

    Posted in: Asia-Pacific navies sign Code For Unplanned Encounters at Sea

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    Fadamor

    I'm a big fan of anime, but I'm not sure that I'd describe myself as having reached the "otaku" level. Maybe that's why I'd say that if your boyfriend has an "anime girlfriend", you shouldn't be "dealing" with it at all and instead you need to be finding someone who treats only YOU as his girlfriend.

    You're never going to measure up to these anime girls. In the first place, out of all the anime characters out there, he's chosen that one as his "ideal" girlfriend. She's never going to age. She'll never have hormonal swings, never have PMS, and never have days when a huge zit has decided to appear on her face, making her whole day (and everyone else around her) a general living hell. As long as your "boyfriend" is comparing you to his "anime girlfriend", you're going to continue to come up lacking.

    So vote with your feet. Let him have his anime girlfriend, for all the good it will do him. Find someone who thinks YOU'RE ideal.

    Posted in: Advice from Japanese women on dealing with boyfriend’s anime girlfriend

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    Fadamor

    As much as I regret that the White House didn't back having him deported back to Canada after over 200,000 signatures on the White House's "We The People" webpage, https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/deport-justin-bieber-and-revoke-his-green-card/ST1yqHJL (and I LOL'd when I heard that someone had even CREATED such a petition), I kind of have to be on his side in regards to this issue.

    Yes, there are people who were declared war criminals listed in the rolls at the shrine, but there are overwhelmingly MORE names listed there who weren't named war criminals. Add to this the fact that some of the named war criminals were tried, convicted, jailed and/or executed for "Crimes Against Humanity": Specifically, they were tried for planning to start a war. George W. Bush did the EXACT SAME THING when he started the war in Iraq, yet I don't see any Hague Courts being convened to try him. So being a "war criminal" is mostly defined by who was the winner. That severely weakens "war criminal" as a negative label.

    I feel the whole Yasukuni Shrine issue is a tempest in a teapot. The one post given as an example of the negative responses says it all:

    “Yasukuni shrine is the place where to worship the Japanese WWII soldiers. And do u have any efing idea that is how the Japanese Nazi killed American and other Asian countries innocents?”

    A perfect example of someone who only believes what is spoon fed to them without doing any research of their own. Yasukuni Shrine has the names of ALL who fought and died for the various Emperors of Japan. There are Chinese and Korean names listed there along with the Japanese names. The names involved with WWII are only a part of the lists. And you "worship" Gods. The names listed at the shrine are not considered "Gods". People go to the shrine to honor ALL of those who gave the ultimate sacrifice, much in the same way people flock to the Vietnam War Memorial in Washington D.C. to honor the names listed there. Some of THOSE names in Washington would be war criminals had anyone bothered to try them. Anybody who thinks the My Lai Massacre was the only atrocity committed by American soldiers during the Vietnam War is unbelievably naive. And yet, I don't see or hear of any protests about "honoring criminals" when government officials visit the Vietnam War Memorial - nor SHOULD I see any. They're not there to honor those who committed atrocities, they're there to honor the dead AS A WHOLE.

    Posted in: Justin Bieber says sorry after visiting Yasukuni shrine

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    Fadamor

    Plus, if they're going for truly ACCURATE omotenashi, then the rooms must be 2 tatami mats in size (in any arrangement of the mats) with no air conditioning.

    Posted in: To express 'omotenashi,' or Japanese hospitality, a guesthouse should feature traditional Japanese architecture.

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    Fadamor

    Mrs Obama's probably not coming because Japan can't afford to pay for another 16,000 police to protect her.

    Bertie's probably closest to the truth. The fact is that when the "first family" travels with the President, the security detail increases exponentially because rarely will the family only go where the President will be going. The host countries will have to add more security as well. Bringing the family along is an expensive and logistically intensive evolution and should be decided on with an eye towards frugality. China likely got the visit because the family didn't come on the previous visit.

    Posted in: Michelle Obama's absence likely to be felt in Japan

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    Fadamor

    I'd ask him, "Why in the world would you want to take the most thankless job on the face of the planet?"

    Posted in: If you could meet U.S. President Barack Obama during his visit to Japan this week and ask him just one question, what would it be? Sensible questions only please.

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    Fadamor

    Wheel wells are not pressurized, nor are they heated. At sea level, the oxygen percentage of air is at 21.9%. The percentage of oxygen at 12,000 feet (where hypoxia symptoms start) is around 13.2%. At 38,000 feet, the air only has around 4% oxygen content . The reason everyone doesn't die on the plane is because aircraft at cruise altitude generally pressurize the aircraft cabin to the equivalent of around 8,000 feet of altitude.

    I think the only reason this kid survived is because the hypothermia he suffered acted as a mitigating factor for the damage caused by the hypoxia. You'll note the article doesn't say he "survived without injury", only that he "survived". At the very least I would expect some amount of brain damage.

    Posted in: Teen survives five-hour flight to Hawaii in plane wheel well

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    Fadamor

    “I wanted to build a system that is capable of carrying out social behaviors for humans,” he told AFP.

    Yes, because human beings being social is just too much of a bother. Let's create a device that is social for us.

    Posted in: Digital eyes show your emotions for you

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    Fadamor

    Oh no! What will the "AKB48 is all about attracting pedophiles" crowd have to complain about now? They must be devastated!

    Posted in: 37-year-old mother of two joins AKB48

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    Fadamor

    How are these dates relevant and helping us that live here in Japan? Not that anyone really cares anyway.

    LOL I love it when people complain about something, and then quickly follow up with some variation of, "Not that I care." If you didn't care, you wouldn't have taken the time out of your day to post a response.

    Posted in: Japan virtual star Hatsune Miku to join Lady Gaga tour

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    Fadamor

    Yellow means "Caution". In the case of a light going from green to yellow, it means "Caution, things are about to change." There's no law being violated if you enter an intersection when the light is yellow.

    Posted in: Driver turns herself in to police for failing to stop at yellow traffic light

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    Fadamor

    The article doesn't say how many of the singles were sold that included the tickets. Can you imagine a single person having to high-five EVERY FREAKING TICKET HOLDER?! Their wrists would be broken by the time it was over. At least with the way they worked it, each member only has to deal with 1/13th of the otaku mass.

    Posted in: Fans displeased with idol group’s debut single

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    Fadamor

    LOL. Always love the comments by the Apple fanboys. Windows XP is TWELVE YEARS OLD PEOPLE. How many Mac versions ago was that? While Apple releases the "next greatest O/S", Microsoft just updates what's already there via monthly FREE updates. (Still can't quite figure out why Mac fanboys tout "free upgrades" as an advantage over Windows) Apple calls it a "new O/S" and Microsoft calls it a "Service Pack". Po-TAY-to, po-TAH-to.

    Let's examine some other "advantages" Macs supposedly have:

    "No malware, no viruses": Read ka_chan's post above to see just how naive those claims are. The only reason Apple has been able to get away with this little white lie is that their user base is SO FREAKING SMALL that most hackers haven't felt they would get as much notoriety "hackin'-a-Mac". Hackers want to make WAVES in the ocean, not ripples in a pond.

    "seamless integration with iPhone, iPad and iPod": Uh. yeah. That's going to be REAL high on the list for someone who doesn't drink the Apple kool-aid. Besides, we have iPads here in the school system and iTunes on the PCs. I haven't noticed any "integration" issues so far. So much for those "advantages".

    Linux is a great operating system, but it's open-source. Can anyone say "Heartbleed Bug" (ALSO open source)? I KNEW you could!

    Open source is always going to get the hairy eyeball from companies because the source code is out there for ANYONE to mangle. Sure, there are companies using Linux for their servers, but either they don't consider an exploit to be that damaging, or they just can't afford a closed-source server OS. If somebody told me our school division servers were ditching Windows Server and going with either Linux or Apple, I would have to (reluctantly) choose Apple over Linux. Student data needs to be protected just as much as your credit card info does.

    Posted in: PC sales see modest drop amid Windows XP replacements

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    Fadamor

    As others have mentioned, this scam is happening in other countries as well. However, this scam seems to work so well in Japan because the stigma of the family being disgraced takes priority over caution. The caller apparently HAS to include some sort of situation that would result in a scandal in order for the victim to be compelled to take care of it as quick as possible.

    Posted in: 3 teens arrested for conning elderly people out of Y400 mil

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    Fadamor

    The driver of the FedEx truck was killed as well, bringing the death toll to 10.

    Posted in: Truck slams into bus carrying Calif high school students; at least 9 killed

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    Fadamor

    More wives working mean more "latch key kids" coming home to empty houses after school (if they even bother to GO to school).

    Posted in: When wives work, consumption rises accordingly -- spending rises for household services, eating out, female clothing and social expenses. It will lead to the positive cycle that Abenomics is aiming for.

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    Fadamor

    Japan manufactures a lot of their cars IN America, so it's not surprising that they are exporting less of them to there from Japan.

    Posted in: Mexico overtakes Japan as No. 2 car exporter to U.S.

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