Tahoochi's past comments

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    Tahoochi

    People who can't be trusted: Politicians and Lawyers

    Add: Bankers

    Posted in: Banks fined more than $5 bil; to plead guilty to market rigging

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    Another nutter. Lock him up and throw away the key.... such a waste of taxes tho.

    Posted in: Man arrested for stabbing 14-year-old girl in Himeji

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    CEO Takada says: "We are committed to continuing to work closely with NHTSA and our automaker customers to do everything we can to advance the safety of drivers"

    Too little, too late Mr. Takada. You've lost the trust of everyone already by not cooperating with investigations and will probably lose your company too.

    Posted in: Takata air bag recall doubles to nearly 34 million

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    Tahoochi

    Alena, I don't think people hate you. I think some people love to debate things here and with the variety of personalities, sometimes the debates can get intense. Some people think they know everything, and some other people can be agressive because it's easy to be that way on-line with little or no consequences. Don't take it personally.

    BTW, I can't say that I understand what this woman was going through, because I have never suffered depression of any kind myself, but I do believe that she should not be classified or judged in the same way as someone who killed some people out of spite or "just to see what it's like" and such.

    With that said, on a very broad scale, if one really values life in general, then death should not be an option, no matter what. I think that's what many here are trying to say. Obviously, this woman didn't value life for what it is, and that's not being judgmental, it's the truth.

    Posted in: Woman, four children found dead in Aichi home

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    DaDude: Thanks for putting things in perspective.

    Crime section folks... crime section. Stating the obvious here, but you won't read about good parents in the news. Just the bad ones.

    Posted in: 30 year-old woman arrested after body of newborn baby found in cemetery in Tochigi

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    According to police, Kato told them Tuesday that she could not lie anymore and admitted throwing her son out the window.

    OMFG....

    Posted in: Mother admits throwing 5-year-old son from 13th-floor apartment

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    Tahoochi

    If this is all really for a good cause, I think that Japan should get written consent and support from all countries involved in WW2 before they do this.... if they can't, then they shouldn't go through with it.

    Posted in: Ruling coalition finalizes bills to boost Japan's military role

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    wtfjapanMay. 11, 2015 - 01:43PM JST

    Lucky guy slept with over 7000 jporn girls and those girls are cute ...not that im against cute girls, but is this something youd be proud to tell your children or future wife...

    @wtfjapan: c'mon man, us guy posters here, we're just admiring the guy from a "fantasy world" perspective. No need to pipe up with your reality comments here, we're all well aware of that side of the story. (lol)

    A few more thoughts:

    1) I'd like to try and stay positive by saying that 2-3 times per day may not be that difficult when we're talking about 2 or 3 different girls a day... (I mean, these are purely physical short term relationships, right?)

    2) How many other guys here have ever thought of a porn star name for themselves?

    3) Let's stay away from calling them "actors"... I think the term "performers" better suits their profession. Who watches AV's for the "acting" anyway?

    Posted in: Japan's 'Pornaldo' keeps scoring as male actors fizzle

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    Tahoochi

    I admit that Toyota is a very smart company, very well run from manufacturing to marketing and PR, but when was the last time any large corporation actually lowered their products' prices based on favorable financial performance? Automobiles are probably the second largest investment that most people make, so even though they say that raw material an manufacturing costs are always inflating, if a company's profits are growing (to unfathomable amounts in the case), why not give a little back to your customers?

    Posted in: Toyota zooms to record Y2.17 tril profit on U.S. sales, weak yen

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    Tahoochi

    The security gate is out in the open for all to see. It would be hard for a TSA agent to scoop such a.... unique-looking watch in that environment. However, if the watch were found in a suitcase during TSA inspection behind closed doors, it would be in a pawn shop in New Jersey by now.

    Posted in: Japanese man leaves $100,000 watch behind at Newark airport

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    Tahoochi

    Focus on doing the best job possible, regardless of what it is that you do, and..... work hard, play hard! (Of course, depending on who you are, "play hard" can mean anything from spending time with loved ones, sports, activities, or just plain partying hard)

    Posted in: What are some tips for keeping motivated if you're in a repetitive job, doing the same thing all day every day?

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    Tahoochi

    we need to make sure they're actually safe instead of just producing more of the same, potentially defective inflators...

    Duhh

    Posted in: Takata airbags linked to 105 injuries, 6 deaths in U.S.

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    Tahoochi

    Poorly written article. In the end, we don't even know why the dentist was arrested (the article doesn't say how much he sold the ticket to Matsumoto for), and we know just about as much as we knew after reading just the headline.

    Posted in: Scalper arrested after selling McCartney concert ticket for Y80,000

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    Tahoochi

    Black Sabbath: I happen to believe that the question is not whether Japan will issue a formal apology, but does Japan recognize the fact their former leaders commited or facilitated unimaginable acts of injustice and violence? Because Japan has already issued a formal apology (albeit, very late, in 1995 or something?), the only people who should continue to formally apologize are the ones who were found to be directly guilty, and are already dead. Why does Japan need to continue to "apologize" when they already have, and they recognize their wrongdoings?

    Posted in: Abe expresses remorse over WWII, but stops short of apology

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    Tahoochi

    Weak or strong doesn't matter to me. If my neighbor were to build a nuclear bomb in his backyard, I would tell him to get rid of it. Of course, the other option would be to build a bigger one, right? (sarcasm)

    Posted in: Should some countries have the right to tell other countries that they cannot have nuclear weapons?

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    Alex80Apr. 22, 2015 - 07:17PM JST

    Deep remorse is enough, it's a form of apology. China and SKorea start to seem petty, time to remember but also to move on. Abe is a conservative leader but idem for SK and China leaders, so if all the sides try to keep high the tension at this point it's just for inner political reasons.

    @Alex80: I agree. I don't know about others, but to me, "Deep remorse" means that one accepts and reflects on something bad they have done. IF China and SK cannot acknowledge this, then they are most likely only demanding an "apology" for motives based on something other than having Japan recognize the truth.

    Remorse = deep and painful regret for wrongdoing; compunction

    Posted in: Abe expresses remorse over WWII, but stops short of apology

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    kwattApr. 21, 2015 - 09:30PM JST

    This train is almost airplane flying on ground.

    Actually, and someone please correct me if I am wrong, but it takes about an hour to fly from Narita to Nagoya, so 40 minutes is faster than an airplane. This would definitely make life easier for those who travel between Tokyo and Nagoya. 40 minutes is unbelievable!

    Posted in: Maglev train sets world record speed of 603 kms per hour

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    Tahoochi

    UK9393Apr. 21, 2015 - 09:29PM JST

    Good. People, not objects.

    These "Objects" you refer to, do they model because someone has a gun pointed to their head? I thought modelling is a proffesion?

    Posted in: Cover-up at Shanghai auto show as scantily clad models banned

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    Tahoochi

    Is it bad for you? ...Yes, but not so bad if you only eat it once in a while.

    Is it Mexican food? ...It's as much Mexican as california rolls are Japanese!

    Do I like it? ...Oh God yeah.

    Posted in: Run for the border

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