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    Tahoochi

    I agree with others who say 80% crap, 20% entertaining. Same as TV elsewhere in the world btw.

    Posted in: Is Japanese TV really as bad as its reputation?

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    Tahoochi

    Kajiyama was quoted by police as saying he wanted to have a peek at the woman’s underwear and private life.

    What an idiot. Might as well just say "I'm a pathetic loser. That's why I did it".

    Posted in: Teacher arrested for intruding into woman's bedroom

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    Tahoochi

    Good to know that Hashimoto's logic is not the norm by even Japanese judicial standards.

    Posted in: Osaka court rules tattoo check on city employees illegal

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    Tahoochi

    You mean "Honda", right? I honestly don't know what Takata is trying to do by burying their heads in the sand, but they better do something quick, or they may face criminal charges in the end.

    Posted in: Honda ran tests on fatal air bag flaw, frustrated by Takata reticence

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    Tahoochi

    Thanks, but are these cyber-terrorists and hackers actually being caught?

    Posted in: Cyberattacks to worsen in 2015: McAfee researchers

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    Tahoochi

    Not surprising. Sounds to me like an isolated incident. The FDA in the US allows a certain level of bugs and bug parts in food products before it is considered defective, so I'm sure Japan has similar standards.

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/03/21/bugs-in-food-fda-allows_n_1370288.html

    Obviously, anything recognizable as part of a cockroach is too much, but is it really necessary to recall so many bags? Is it just PR?

    Posted in: Cockroach fears prompt frozen fried noodles recall

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    Tahoochi

    Scary stuff. A cyber attack or virus is equivalent to breaking into someone's home, stealing valuables and burning the rest of it. Does anybody know how often these people are caught, and what the minimum/maximum penalties are for such crimes?

    Posted in: Cyberattacks to worsen in 2015: McAfee researchers

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    Tahoochi

    Although I feel his frustration (with cell phone companies), I can't condone his actions. Kudos to the security guard who subdued him.

    Posted in: Police arrest man for brandishing knife at Docomo HQ in Tokyo

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    Tahoochi

    Kazuaki Shimazaki & DaDude: Agreed. My wife had this happen to her when she was 11 and she turned out fine. She jokes about the incident now. Maybe that's why she's so thick-skinned now...

    Posted in: Man arrested for exposing himself to 7-year-old girl

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    DisillusionedDec. 09, 2014 - 11:36AM JST

    How about those huge marble statues of penises you see at onsens?

    Disillusioned: Not that I disagree with what you're saying, but where in God's name have you seen this?!

    Posted in: Sex shop owner freed; vagina artist still held

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    Tahoochi

    Well, it's not as good as a Government bailout (right GM? nudge, wink...), but Takata sure will be lucky for having big brother Honda if they make it out of this mess. On the other hand, Honda's "proclaimation" only allows Takata executives to bury their heads in the sands a little deeper IMHO.

    Posted in: Honda expanding airbag recall; could help Takata

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    Tahoochi

    I did a double-take on that headline! Not that there's anything wrong with it, but couldn't they have just said: "Sex shop owner freed; artist still held"? Again, not in the name of censorship, but just because it's a puzzling headline!

    Posted in: Sex shop owner freed; vagina artist still held

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    Tahoochi

    Such a great percentage of America is similar to Ferguson where racism and racial profiling is still very existent but not apparent sometimes. In fact, your New Yorks and your Los Angeles' with liberal and non-racist image is probably in the minority. But the question is, does that have anything to do with this particular case? 12 Jurors, including 3 black Jurors don't think so. Personally, I'm going to trust their judgement.

    And now, cops probably have to show "restraint" amidst the rioting and looting because, well you know, everything is related to racism. (that last part was sarcasm)

    Posted in: More than 400 arrested as Ferguson protests spread to other U.S. cities

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    StrangerlandNov. 26, 2014 - 09:52AM JST

    Baffling. Reminds me of a kid having a temper tantrum and breaking his toys because he's angry with mom and dad.

    Yeah, but replace "breaking his toys" with "burning innocent peoples' life savings and putting them out on the street".

    Posted in: National Guard ordered in as Ferguson businesses torched

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    WA4TKGNov. 22, 2014 - 01:30AM JST

    WHAT do you EXPECT from them ? Have you learned NOTHING from the PAST ?

    .....and by "them", you mean......... who?

    Posted in: After 4 hours of questions, U.S. senators get no clear answers on air bag safety

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    jerseyboyNov. 18, 2014 - 08:22AM JST

    Are you proud of yourselves "environmentally friendly " Japan?

    Really? Where are you sitting as you type these words? In your home in the US, where you heat up your entire house or apartment to get you throught the cold winter? Do you share (clean) bath water with your family? or use that (clean) bath water to do your laundry?

    Now Japan obviously has not reacted quickly enough with regards to sustaining this pacific bluefin tuna, but I highly doubt that you are in any position to criticize their progression for preserving the environment, unless of course you can prove that your environmental footprint is less than the average Japanese citizen.

    Posted in: Pacific bluefin tuna edges toward extinction

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    5petalsNov. 14, 2014 - 09:20PM JST

    Wasnt Toyota investigated for deciet about their acceleration problems not so long ago as well? Is this a cultural pattern or just coincidence?

    Ford and Firestone had a major cover-up scandal years ago, GM had a fire-prone ignition switch cover-up scandal, and now, actually they are going through the same thing AGAIN with ignition switches... so to answer your question, it's neither cultural nor coincidence, it's common among large corporations.

    Posted in: U.S. Senate committee to hold Takata air bag hearing

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    JTDanManNov. 11, 2014 - 09:26AM JST

    Tahoochi

    In America you cannot be charged for "looking at someone too long or" for saying something offensive. The "offensive" nature of speech has time and again ben stricken down by SCOTUS as vague and overbroad.

    Yes, you're right; I was thinking of someone doing those things in the workplace where they could be held liable for harrassment....

    Posted in: Video of pick-up artist grabbing Japanese women on street triggers online protests

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    HonestDictatorNov. 10, 2014 - 10:11AM JST

    Can't stop him from entering the country...

    Actually, I think he was booted out of Australia because he was "Teaching" people his views on how to treat women. There is also an article about how the Canadian Immigration Minister may ban him as well because they do not want someone to facilitate violence onto women/Canadian citizens. http://globalnews.ca/news/1662001/online-campaign-hopes-to-ban-pick-up-artist-julien-blanc-from-canada/

    You see, so I'm sure that Japan would be able to find countless ways to ban someone from their country if they wanted to... the question is "if they want to"...

    JTDanManNov. 11, 2014 - 01:21AM JST

    And highly, highly offensive? Well, I'll let Mr. Fry speak for me here:

    "It's now very common to hear people say, 'I'm rather offended by that.' As if that gives them certain rights. It's actually nothing more... than a whine. 'I find that offensive.' It has no meaning; it has no purpose; it has no reason to be respected as a phrase. 'I am offended by that.' Well, so f****ing what?!"

    JTDanMan: There may be some truth to what you're saying in some other cases, but in this case, you don't have to touch someone to be charged with a crime nowadays. In Amercica or Canada, all you have to do is look at someone for too long, or say something "offensive", and you can be charged (it's been like that for a while now too). This idiot is condoning and teaching other men to choke and unconsentually touch women in places they may not want to be touched. I think that's offensive enough for most people without there being a question of legitimacy.

    Posted in: Video of pick-up artist grabbing Japanese women on street triggers online protests

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    Tahoochi

    No trash cans?.... well, you can thank Asahara Shoko for that one. But I still agree with Knobby Roads; if we know there are no trash cans, then we need to think ahead; not become self-centered and ignorant.

    Posted in: Halloween revelers turn Shibuya into garbage dump

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