Jessica Marie Sato's past comments

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    Jessica Marie Sato

    Hairstyles are specific to each woman. I have excessively LONG hair (to my knees) but I have had it for 20+ years. It takes a lot of management but it is my legacy and my family watches me take care of it and style it. I personally can't wear short. I look terrible. But that's not to say other women don't look absolutely breath taking. I hate these kind of articles that place women in groups like 'you look ugly if you wear it this way'. Stop being so superficial. It's degrading and takes away the confidence a woman is trying to gain. How could you think making her feel terrible about her haircut will make the world a better place? You know what? A woman doesn't need your opinion about her hair to feel validated. I hope you weren't paid for this article.

    Posted in: 3 most unattractive women’s hairstyles (according to Japanese men)

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    Jessica Marie Sato

    Ranger Miffy, AMEN. This box is just more unnecessary garbage that people believe that should own.

    Posted in: Japan’s bizarre heating and cooling system for dogs

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    Jessica Marie Sato

    Fabulous. I will talk to my husband, because I have asked so many times on Japantoday how I can adopt a Japanese child who has been abandoned or abused.

    Posted in: Kumamoto hospital Japan's first to offer adoption service

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    Jessica Marie Sato

    I'm just not sure what to do, its a hard call. I moved out of Japan in April. But you know, I always think of that boy. I wish I could have adopted him. He has great potential if only someone could break him away from the terrible cycle he was born into. I would say he is about 9 now. As for where he is, I have no idea. EVERYONE who reads these messages. Guys, if you know of a kid who is being abused and you have PROOF (bruises that aren't normal, clear vocal abuse, clear distress in the child, GO to the police. Help that kid. You have no idea how much you would be giving that child a brighter future by getting them out of that situation. If you don't, it may ride on your conscience for the rest of your life, like it does on mine.

    Posted in: 66,807 child abuse cases reported in fiscal 2012

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    If I have the contact info of a man in Japan whom I KNOW has neglected and abused his son, what should I do? When I used to work at my previous school, there was a kid who the dad was bringing there because he had taken the kid away from the mom and the school made a deal that they would basically 'hide' the kid and not tell anyone if they called that he was there. The kid ate basically garbage because the dad just gave him a bit of money (a 5 year old kid) and let him feed himself. The kid was put into extra curricular activities until 9 pm each day so that teachers could always watch him. I remember when the Earthquake happened the dad got in contact with me and said 'Can you take him? And make sure he gets to his piano lesson on March 12th!'.

    The dad was basically ignoring him and letting other teachers raise him. He never gave the kid a bath (I am not exaggerating) and never washed his clothes (again, seriously). For a while he tried to give him to me but I couldn't take him because he caught me washing the kid's extra clothes. The dad is a University professor in Tokyo. He makes soooooooo much money and neglects his son whom he is trying to hide from a woman who is looking for this boy. I watched as he yelled and hit him and then also left him to his own devices. The kid dropped out of the school I was teaching at and is now about 8-9 and right before I left Japan, I was walking in one of the towns in Tokyo and I found the kid, looking like a homeless in a school uniform. Dirty with no food and when he saw me, I asked him why on Earth he was there and looked the way he did. He ran away from me and didn't answer.

    Posted in: 66,807 child abuse cases reported in fiscal 2012

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    Jessica Marie Sato

    I taught saturday class (6 hours), same kids (grade 1-3) for a year. 24 kids in my class. Same kids all the time. I will tell you one thing about saturday classes. First to Third grade don't need it and the poor things get so burned out.

    Posted in: Education ministry will allow all schools to open on Saturdays from next year

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    1 month?? ohhhhhh he's so sorry, isn't he? I hate it when I see people who make comments like this. NO ONE has the right to say ANYTHING to these people. They lost everything and they are fighting tooth and nail to bring back even small piece of normality into their lives as this Nemoto gets to sit in his house that he was most likely NOT evicted from because of the Earthquake during his suspension.

    Posted in: Reconstruction agency official suspended over Twitter tirade about Fukushima

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    Jessica Marie Sato

    I come from a countryside town and often we have wild animals come through our town (once a town close to mine had a polar bear, so you can see we have some serious wild animals,). Something everyone in the previous posts have to understand, When a wild animal comes in to a town, but does not touch a person and stays relative calm without incident, then you can tranquilize and relocate. When a wild animal comes in to a town, but attacks a person or has become a danger to itself or the people around them, you HAVE TO put the animal down because the wild animal has now learned that humans are either a source of food or a challenge. It will keep returning to the town, or any other town, no matter how far you bring it away from people. The danger now is that is may attack again.

    Posted in: Iwate town on alert following series of bear attacks

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    Jessica Marie Sato

    How can he be stressed? He's a monk.

    Posted in: Buddhist monk arrested after exposing himself in video rental shop

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    Jessica Marie Sato

    Fantastic Baby!

    Posted in: Big Bang to be first foreign group to make 6-dome tour of Japan

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    Jessica Marie Sato

    I go every year since it began, but this year I couldn't go because I moved back to Canada. (;_; )

    Posted in: Big Beach Festival

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    Jessica Marie Sato

    What on earth is up with the news?

    Posted in: Man attacks elderly woman in wheelchair

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    Jessica Marie Sato

    I love his sumo name! =) Grand Sandstorm!

    Posted in: Egyptian sumo wrestler gets promoted to 'juryo' division

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    Jessica Marie Sato

    How is this a win win situation??

    Posted in: Woman, 77, ordered to repay Y400 mil she got from 79-yr-old man for sex

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    Jessica Marie Sato

    Wow. Talk about the determination to live.

    Posted in: Fish survives 8,000-km journey from Japan to America on boat washed away by tsunami

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    Jessica Marie Sato

    Splendid indeed! I wonder what play they saw.

    A Kabuki play?

    Posted in: An afternoon at the theater

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    Jessica Marie Sato

    She made it worse for herself by running away and turning it into an even bigger scandal.

    Well, in her defense, I would run away too considering how the tsunami of paparazzi coverage basically suffocated her and were pushing for her to jump off a building. What the media did is something I cannot condone. It was terrible how she was treated. I understand what she did was a BIG no no in Japan, but her sanity was put through a grinder. I am happy for her that she made it through the other side and is still alive.

    Posted in: Noriko Sakai makes first television appearance since drugs scandal

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    Jessica Marie Sato

    Come on gogogo, we need to have forgiveness. She made a mistake, and I am sorry to say she was crucified for it. She suffered enough and she (as well as the rest of us) have to move on and look to the future. I think its good for her that she had begin to bounce back after doing what she did. This has happened with celebrities before and they have made come backs. I wish her the best of luck.

    Posted in: Noriko Sakai makes first television appearance since drugs scandal

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