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    YongYang

    Japan, come on. You're a great people, on the whole... but this? Sickening arrogance. Stand up say, STOP>

    Posted in: Japan to redesign Antarctic whale hunt

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    YongYang

    @MH, as someone who lives in Japan, it has long been established through actual witnessed events that a large number of Japanese parents seemingly leave their children's safety and well-being to the unknowable and fickle fingers of a human abstract called 'fate'. As you can see, day-in day-out, it doesn't work very well in terms of securing a child's life, health and safety.

    Posted in: 6-year-old boy dead, 3-year-old girl in coma after being swept away in river

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    YongYang

    Shameless self-interested money grabbing bare-faced hypocrites. What? These thieves want MORE money from the international goodwill fund, that nearly a billion dollars, given for the earthquake? Disgusting. Shameless, Corrupt. Long may the computer just say, 'NO'. or 'PO'

    Posted in: Lawmakers demand gov't 'redesign' whaling program

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    YongYang

    @Lostrune, exactly. Work to live not live to work. One time as who are and you dedicate to an office / job? Naaaa.

    Posted in: Teacher criticized for attending son’s entrance ceremony instead of her own school’s

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    YongYang

    As an ex-educator at a Tokyo uni / private girls high school --which I decied to leave-- I always ALWAYS put my children first and used to delight in telling management, 'No, I'll be at my child’s entrance ceremony' the hoops and jumps they introduced to try and get me to break, pathetic in their obviousness and deliberate attempts to try and control, if not illegal. I actually relished the next hurdle they'd think up! My children first and every single time, no doubt about it. Viva these teachers who decided to... wait for it... LIVE!

    Posted in: Teacher criticized for attending son’s entrance ceremony instead of her own school’s

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    YongYang

    Yellow plate? People, PLEASE always be careful. Watch and be attentive on the roads it is usual others that kill us, not ourselves. I am so tired of these selfish holes who through totally mind-boggling stupid behavior murder people on the roads. BE SAFE.

    Posted in: 2 men killed after truck rear-ended by car

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    YongYang

    It's agreat film becuase it's about girls and it's for girls and that's about time and the love is about the love between siblings, sisters. A first for Disney. I too thought it was bit singy, but as my daughter now has all the songs down pat, and most of the script... Well, English at home has a renewed energy! Bravo!

    Posted in: 'Frozen' tops box office in Japan for 5th consecutive week

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    YongYang

    An amazing man, a horrifying story. An incredible reconciliation. Peace.

    Posted in: 'Railway Man' revisits war prisoner's horror and forgiveness

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    YongYang

    The punishments for causing people's death by using your car inappropriately have to be made much more severe, you KNOW that you can kill people. If you drink and drive, drug and drive, if you text and drive, if you do NOT pay due care when you drive AND because we know that cars kill people... QED.

    Posted in: 10-year-old boy dies after being hit by car on way to school

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    YongYang

    The book Softwars is a good read, his description of Bill Gates is classic, as is the profile of his lady. Just look what real language input data base systems can buy you.

    Posted in: Builders of the new economy

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    YongYang

    Melt THROUGHS, not downs, the containment vessels are holed, not whole, are breached, leak and are not containing the melted down rods and assemblies, AS THEY are on the concrete mats of theri respective Unit as a corium mass. Melt through. Get it? Real easy, 1+1=2. Cancers. Take. Time. Daily intake. Daily. Over days, weeks, months, years. 'It can not be attributed to us', easy to let slide out of the darkness 3 decades down the timeline. What a web of deciet, what an utter cowardly way to express a derelection of duty. Amoral. Sickening. Beyond belief.

    Posted in: Fukushima meltdown unlikely to cause many cancers: U.N. scientists

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    YongYang

    Quasar80> Who said otherwise? But the comparision still stands as a glaring affront to reason and fact. You don't get a committed dose from flying in an aircraft anywhere close to that recieved when living in a contaminated landscape, where as already stated, you breath, eat and drink dosage. QED.

    Posted in: Residents allowed to return to town near Fukushima plant

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    YongYang

    It has long been established that the 'flight exposure' analogy is essentially, in effect, a total misrepresentation of the type of radiation exposure experienced in the aftermath of a nuclear catastrophe such as that which is still ongoing in Fukushima. Living, drinking, eating, breathing in a contaminated landscape is in no way comparable to the external exposure rate experienced through flight, in NO way. Internal emitters breathed in or consumed sit within body tissue / bone and cause cancer. You'd think Japanese publication that has been reporting about the catastrophes for the last 3 years would know this basic fact about radiation by now.

    Posted in: Residents allowed to return to town near Fukushima plant

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    YongYang

    Healthy thighs. Marevellous.

    Posted in: Wear to be seen

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    YongYang

    Respect for you stance but simply not enough people.

    Posted in: Thousands rally in Tokyo against nuclear power

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    YongYang

    They Exploit People Constantly, OK?

    Posted in: Fukushima nuclear plant workers rally against TEPCO

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    YongYang

    Always be prepared for devastating earthquakes in Japan. Just be ready. Stay safe. Now, Genkai, Ikata and Kaminoseki... No to uranium based nuclear power in Japan.

    Posted in: M6.3 quake hits off Kyushu; 17 injuries reported

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    YongYang

    (Hand gestured down and along three times) Ain't. Gonna. Happen.

    Ain't gonna happen.

    Posted in: Japan puts two reactors on shortlist for restart screening

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    YongYang

    Money for the olympics but none for these children to be moved to safety... an absolute disgrace.

    Posted in: Children of Fukushima battle an invisible enemy

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    YongYang

    That's clever.

    Posted in: Taking 'scissors' to immune cells shows HIV promise

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