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    @Tessa "the funniest lies I hear from men are lies of omission. First date: "I'm recently divorced." Second date: "Actually we're not officially divorced yet, just separated." Third date: "Actually we're still living under the same roof for the sake of the kids." Needless to say, there is no fourth date."

    Brilliant road map!!! Who needs a fourth date anyways,,,

    Posted in: Japanese women list top 10 lies they can spot the second a guy says them

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    How the heck did this story make it through the propaganda corps!!! Someone needs to be taken out and shotte!!!

    Time to start the yen printing press and give away money! so what if it will take a wheerbarrel of notes to buy a loaf of bread!

    Posted in: Japan reports lackluster inflation, spending data for February

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    Either bury and suffocate to death with their siblings or send to animal welfare for summary gassing,,, not sure this is so unusual. The answer is more responsible sterilization of pets. Sorry kittens.

    Posted in: Chiba school apologizes after teacher buries kittens alive

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    i could hardly do worse and my major is biology and womanomics. aren't these shoddy machines covered by a warranty???

    Posted in: Auditors say billions of yen wasted in Fukushima cleanup

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    have a pretty decent savings here and maybe got enough for a mcdonald's happy meal in interest the past few years. tax away uncle obama,,,

    Posted in: Attention U.S. taxpayers: Are you ready for FATCA?

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    how about just have some cops down there to arrest the public drunks.

    Posted in: Study classifies drunks and their probability for station platform mishaps

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    @itsonlyrocknroll "maybe you can get away with this perched on a bean bag at Apple."

    Is it possible to be "perched on a bean bag"? I suggest you may me "ensconced in a bean bag,,,"

    Posted in: For business, more women in charge means bigger profits

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    based on how much Japanese mothers scream at kids to study study study, perhaps he had enough,,,

    Posted in: 14-year-old boy missing since March 19 turns up unharmed

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    I think this makes perfect sense to refrain. They may worry that Abe will be voted out and his chickenhawk policies will be repealed soon leaving them with a huge PR mess.

    Posted in: Japanese firms to be a surprise no-show at Australian submarine event

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    Needed some time off the pressure grid? I wanted to run away so many times in my teens,,,

    Posted in: 14-year-old boy missing since March 19 turns up unharmed

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    I am not a gunner, so I am all for any initiative that allows more flexibility and efficient work styles. However, at my JP company I find even the women are more conservative as me. They tend to fall lockstep into the Japanese mentality along with the men as they are promoted. So I am skrewed,,,

    Posted in: For business, more women in charge means bigger profits

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    I don't want to defend Abe but sea walls are not just for tsunami protection I think. They protect the shore from erosion and protect the city in typhoons as well. Thus, it seems logical to restore them for multi-purpose functionality to some extent.

    Posted in: Japan opts for massive, costly sea wall to fend off tsunamis

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    Seems like a good dude.

    Posted in: Turning English learning on its head

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    so you mean Japanese may actually have to wake up the ever dormant critical thinking portion of the hypothalamus and disturb the game of candy rocks on the i-Phone? Oh horror,,,

    Posted in: Trust continues to plummet in Japan

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    I don't like studying English either and it is my native language. Grammar is a hideous subject for old maids to bully young kids. I did however enjoy spelling bees, and literature classes. One of my best teachers was a bisexual man who had us read Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Later he was caught in an X-rated movie theater in our town trying to exchange hand jobs with another guy. Anyways I still respect his work ethic.

    Posted in: 58.4% of high school seniors say they don't like studying English

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    Amityville Horror

    Posted in: What are the three scariest movies you have ever seen?

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    the straw the broke the camel's proverbial back for me was two years ago paying couple grand for a united ticket to chicago and they wanted to charge me in flight 7 dollars for a beer ( i usually have two then go to sleep ) and there was no in flight entertainment to choose, just a few movies played the same for everyone. Couple bucks more now and I use ANA, but then when in the States you are forced to use crap for domestic flights.

    Posted in: Qatar Airways boss accuses Delta of flying 'crap' planes

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    I can't recall the last time I had a positive experience flying a US airline. I use them because they themselves are coddled and protected in my country the US and have landing slots that make it impossible for foreign carriers to compete. Secondly, even if Qatar airlines gets a subsidy that means that I, as an American taxpayer traveler, and getting better product and/or service at the expense of the Qatar government. I don't have a problem with that,,,

    Posted in: Qatar Airways boss accuses Delta of flying 'crap' planes

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    @sighclops, excellent excellent post. anyone who actually works in Tokyo should well heed your advice. My only point to differ it jiyugaoka, with the new connection to fukatoshin-sen from last year the toyoko line can be horrendous. I pity the rich folks who bought nice expensive condos in naka-meguro few years back when the toyoko line was pleasant who can barely get on for the final few stops to nakameguro or shibuya,,, Always heard the Meguro line is not bad though.

    Posted in: Moving to Tokyo? Real estate agent picks 5 best neighborhoods for single residents

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    I support normal marriage as God intended, and same sex, interspecies, and intergalactic marriages. The latter 3 under the laws of man.

    Posted in: Do you support same-sex marriages?

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