Jaymann's past comments

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    Jaymann

    Of those 3 storage mediums there is actually a correct answer: CDs. The cycles of discreet sound they use are far greater than a human ear can discern and so provide the best listening experience for the majority of music listeners. Whilst it is true that the analogue technology of vinyl provides a truer representation of the music, the equipment needed to realise that representation AND the fragile state of the medium (always degrading) make it a choice really only extreme, high-end listeners. Mp3s are a con - they provide a fraction of the actual recorded sound and our brains just fill in the rest.

    Several posters above mentioned a number of better mediums (if less readily available)

    Posted in: Which offers the best sound quality for listening to music?

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    well done NZ. Massive respect for this NZ government - easily our best leaders in 3 decades

    Posted in: Japan's whaling plans come under scrutiny at IWC meeting

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    perhaps Abe can get a clue about economics from her.... he clearly has no idea.

    Posted in: Sushi chat

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    Calves are worth $5000 in japan? And consumers still don't back the TPP? Japanese agriculture lives in a fantasy world

    Posted in: Demographic crisis empties out Japan's rural areas

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    ahhhh Japan's time-honoured re-writing of history

    Posted in: Japan compiles 12,000-page bio of former Emperor Hirohito

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    so ...exactly what is original about this again?It's a fad for the non-discerning music listener. McMusic at it's worst

    Posted in: Babymetal plot world domination with Lolita rock

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    is internet addiction a valid condition?

    Posted in: Gambling, Internet, alcohol addictions rife in Japan: study

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    women's soccer and badminton? Rock on Japan you monsters!

    Posted in: Japan's World Cup dream boosted by weekend golden treble

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    are the remaining 20% upset they don't get this kind of attention?

    Posted in: 80% of Japanese women report being hit on by strangers

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    Japan should never have been invited into the TPP. Their and the USs recalcitrance on tariffs has led to nothing but the endangering of a trade pack for the other countries who are ready and willing to progress. Japan's desire to protect their massively expensive and inefficient agriculture sector is a joke - turf Japan aside and move on with the rest of the world.

    Posted in: Obama rejects notion that TPP deal is in danger

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    @MGigante - that is incorrect. Obama and Akihiito are equals in state functions. If it reflected reality of their positions ... Obama probably wouldn't bother to make the time for Akihito as he is merely a figurehead of little importance.

    Posted in: Royal welcome

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    hahaha this is news! LOL!

    Posted in: Justin Bieber says sorry after visiting Yasukuni shrine

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    Obama is not required to bow - As head of State they are equal in status. Obama is in reality far more important and powerful, but in state-terms they are equals and not required to bow. Or they could adopt a Japanese custom and bow as equals. It's ridiculous anyway - Obama is an actual world leader. Akihito is just a quaint figurehead.

    Posted in: Royal welcome

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    McMusic for the tourists.... nothing more

    Posted in: BABYMETAL invasion of the West marches on

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    anyone who supports higher taxes as an incentive to have babies has little to zero understanding of economics. You can vote that down as much as you like. It doesn't make you any smarter.

    Posted in: What changes are needed in Japanese society to stem the falling birthrate?

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    Kimukushii writes:

    would tax any married couple without children (for example, after three years of marriage) much more heavily than those who have a child or children. There is no reason a woman should get married, be a housewife, not work, and not raise kids, and receive a pension at the end of it for nothing

    That may be close to the least intelligent thing I have read on this site for a long while... and there is a very long list of prime examples to choose from

    Posted in: What changes are needed in Japanese society to stem the falling birthrate?

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    and yet there are some who rather irrationally still support the barbaric and uncivilised practice of state sanctioned death sentences.

    Posted in: Freed death row convict's compensation will probably be paltry

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    ahhh "police statistics" -the bureaucratic construction of social reality... Police can manipulate crime statistics any way they choose.

    Posted in: No. of foreigners arrested for crimes in Japan up by 8% in 2013

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    poor play by NZ in Tokyo... they only have themselves to blame for losing the world series lead.

    Posted in: Fiji beats South Africa to win Japan Sevens rugby

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    better, far better by every rational argument to legalise and regulate. This is nothing more than state sponsored propaganda. There never was any reason to prohibit cannabis in the first place; as so many countries and states are discovering now in the 21st century. Again Japan has it backwards

    Posted in: No pot

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