TheInterstat's past comments

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    TheInterstat

    Surprise surprise, Asia is stuck in the past and refuses to modernise, continuing with archiac discrimination, dressed up as 'culture'.

    “It’s one step forward for the United States that leaves Hong Kong one further step behind,” said lawyer Michael Vidler.

    This applies to the whole of Asia, not just Hong Kong.

    Posted in: Gay activists in Asia upbeat about impact of U.S. court ruling

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    TheInterstat

    If futons were so good, why don't all the top end hotels in Tokyo have them? Oh yeah, that's right, because they are junk. They only exist because they are cheap and 'cultural'.

    A good quality western bed is absolutely leagues ahead of a futon, which is basically a glorified dogs basket. Japanophiles will downvote this. People who understand quality will not.

    Posted in: Are futons awesome or simply awful?

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    TheInterstat

    katsu78.

    Absolutely spot on.

    Posted in: Gifu company pays workers to refrain from using smartphones

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    TheInterstat

    Good. Everything on that list, apart from romantic love, and sex, is outdated.

    No doubt all the new stuff coming through will be Japanized like the old stuff though, so we can enjoy all the bullying, fake ceremony and money manipulation as usual.

    Posted in: The top 20 things that Japanese youth are distanced from

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    TheInterstat

    These are all passive activities, which are standard for a nation of unimaginative automatons.

    None of this should come as any surprise.

    Posted in: Japanese men share top 10 ways their weekends disappear

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    TheInterstat

    LOL@what the emperor is wearing.

    Posted in: Meet and greet

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    TheInterstat

    Well, I know one thing for sure; this caused a 3 point drop on the yen to the gbp, meaning I repatriated even more of my wages this month to my bank in England.

    Thanks Abe, you melt.

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    TheInterstat

    That raised fist meme they all do here is cringe.

    And no, Abe will not do anything. Nobody will here. Japan is never going to change, and is on path for self-destruction.

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    TheInterstat

    I posted a link to their names, photos, Twitter accounts, etc., last week, and got deleted. The info is very easy to find, and these goons are EXACTLY as you would expect them to be...

    Posted in: Magazine publishes name, photo of Kawasaki murder suspect

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    TheInterstat

    It is not just football. They don't do very well at any internationally participated sport.

    Posted in: Japan has to toughen up, says J.League boss

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    TheInterstat

    This is the future. I am very much looking forward to seeing this being a reality.

    They are going to have to impose a pretty solid set of rules though, to stop the drones being robbed / shot down, however.

    Posted in: At your service

  • 0

    TheInterstat

    Because if they took photos of the kind of concerts that go on in Japan, they would all be guilty of creating level 5 COPINE images.

    Posted in: Why do most concerts held in Japan prohibit taking pictures?

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    TheInterstat

    In Japan, it is constant.

    The Japanese simply do not like anything that is not Japanese. At best, they tolerate it.

    Posted in: Have you ever experienced racism or sexual harassment? If so, what did you do about it at the time?

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    TheInterstat

    tinawatanabe; Michiko became 'sick' (,ie, had a mental breakdown), not because of gossip in magazines, but from internal pressures from her own family. Standard Japanese bullying procedure.

    Posted in: Prince William strikes a friendly contrast to crown prince

  • 3

    TheInterstat

    I think this pretty much sums up the difference between the UK and Japan as a whole, really. I am from London, and now live in Japan so have direct experience of both cultures. The UK is more of a laugh, by a very VERY long way. Japan has its advantages, but for general hilarity, chaos and overall being human and, well, normal, the UK is the winner.

    Can you imagine there ever being a video of the Japanese prince, standing there taking the p*ss out of his brother like this; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vt2Luu08f70

    No chance. It is all stifled, Gormanghast levels of pomp and unfunny ceremony here in Japan.

    Good lad William, and good lad Harry, I say. Hazzah!!

    Posted in: Prince William strikes a friendly contrast to crown prince

  • 1

    TheInterstat

    This is just Google Drive apps with an extra security layer so idiots dont mix their naked selfies with their work documents.

    I use Drive every day for work. It is excellent.

    Posted in: Google releases work tools designed for Android phones

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    TheInterstat

    Mike Critchley; I like the cut of your jibe, that man! Spot on.

    How they thought it was going to end in any other way than this, I have no idea.

    Oh hang, yes I do. They are idiots.

    Posted in: Japanese companies go on spending spree abroad

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    TheInterstat

    some14some; all investment carries risk. As I explained just above, there is more inherent risk in overseas investment. This does not change the purpose of investment, however, and that is to purchase an asset.

    I feel you are arguing for the sake of arguing! Haha.

    Posted in: Japanese companies go on spending spree abroad

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    TheInterstat

    @Harboe; haha, yeah I think that would work. If you can get everyone to agree to stick to the plan...

    The main problem with investing overseas, is that if (when) the tides change, there is very little the government can do to influence the foreign economy, so the risk is relatively higher. Like any decent investor, the key lies in diversification of the portfolio, however, which says to me that either this article is a bit sensationalist, and in fact there has not really been anything like the boosted spree it cites and that things are continuing as usual, or the economic professionals of Japan have lost their minds and ignored everything they have learned about basic economics. My money is on the former.

    Posted in: Japanese companies go on spending spree abroad

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    TheInterstat

    Pathetic. This guy did nothing wrong. Japan seriously needs to quit with all this being soft rubbish. The two girls getting stressed out by this is exactly the thing that needed to happen, so highlight the savagery and horror of what is happening at the moment with these ISIS goons. Ignoring it won't make it go away, and will only serve to make yet another generation of brain dead Japanese people with no interest or understanding of the world past the end of their train line.

    Posted in: 2 school girls hyperventilate while being shown IS documentary

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