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    crustpunker

    It is important that newspapers and media remain supportive of the governments policy. Otherwise there might be "confusion" and "misunderstandings". Onishi is a fine fella doing his best to nudge some irresponsible upstarts back into the harmony of "Beautiful Japan" and the wonderful democracy it has become.

    Again, for those who need a reminder. Democracy as defined by the Oxford dictionary:

    Relating to a system of government that is centralized and dictatorial and requires complete subservience to the state:

    ‘a democratic regime’*

    Posted in: Okinawan news editors lash out at LDP calls for press curbs

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    This stadium will be a glorious symbol of Japan for the future generations to come! For all you talking about the price, can you really put a price on such a proud symbol of this nation AND the legacy of our elected prime minstrel?

    Those affected by the Tsunami are welling up in tears of pride and joy that their long suffering has led to the creation of what will surely be a timeless landmark!

    From Understanding Comes Knowledge! Always Be Expanding!!!

    Posted in: Olympic stadium to cost Y252 bil, sports minister says

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    You got it brah! Also, I was saving this for a special occassion but I figure it would be better to share. I have crafted wasp pupae spread for toasted breads and bagels.

    Posted in: More Japanese gourmands bugging out on insects

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    Recently, I have switched to eating like a free range chicken. It is a healthy alternative to prices rising and safer than the Mad Max diet of 1 can of dog food every 4 films.

    Posted in: Prices of chocolate, sauces, bread, other items to rise

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    crustpunker

    Today we give thanks to the brave sacrifices of edible insects.

    Thank you, dear meals.

    Posted in: More Japanese gourmands bugging out on insects

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    I think it is fairly obvious that the prices on everything is going UP because the quality of everything is getting BETTER.

    We, who live in Japan should support this necessary redistribution of our monies to help out the elite make their decisions easier in regards to the working class.

    It has been hard work to make Abenomics the glaring success it is, and we can show our undying support for Mr. Abe by continuing to believe this innovative, intelligent and progressive way into a "Beautiful Country"

    Today we give thanks for all the hard work the politicians do to make our lives less burdened and give thanks for the utopia we will all be eventually living in.

    Thank you utopias

    Posted in: Japan consumer prices up 0.1% in May; jobless rate 3.3%

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    A rather primitive trick to cheat custom and police inspectors. A huge impact to worldwide image of Toyota Corporation. Also a bright and clear example of western attitude to Japanese business. Top executive may shine by stylish American smile while being a plain drug dealer.

    Exactly! Poor Toyota and their image! Some upstart woman has sullied the image of the wonderful Toyota company. This is very unfortunate and will be some time before Toyota recovers I'm sure. I feel so bad for the other male executives at Toyota here in Japan and their families. I am sure that all of them are completely law abiding and honest in business practices and treating all people fairly.

    This woman has disgraced the honest and well respected image of "Japanese business"

    Posted in: Police raid Toyota offices after arresting U.S. executive

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    crustpunker

    Today we give thanks to the hard work of speed cameras.

    Posted in: Man arrested for uploading video of himself driving at over 170 kph

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    Yes! Advil said it wright!

    The REASON countries like North Korea and China are backing down is because Abe is showing them who's DA BAAWS! He certainly has nothing but the Japanese peoples best interest at heart. What is this nonsense about him being an obsessed rightwinger enthralled with a personal family dynasty, nationalisim and his own interests?

    none of this is true. He is the patron saint of selflessnes

    Posted in: New security bills threaten constitution: experts

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    However, it has proved deeply unpopular among academics and Japan’s public, who are deeply wedded to the commitment to pacifism.

    Yes, here it is again. Always the PACIFITS holding Japan back. I mean, Japan is only the 3rd biggest economy in the world. To get back up to number 2 and be more cool, I agree with Abe that this pet project is important for all the nation and not just some insane obsession by a madman.

    Look, in a previous post I quoted the definition of democracy from the Merriam-Webster online dictionary but here it is again.

    Full Definition of DEMOCRACY

    1

    a : of or relating to centralized control by an autocratic leader or hierarchy : authoritarian, dictatorial; especially : despotic

    b : of or relating to a political regime based on subordination of the individual to the state and strict control of all aspects of the life and productive capacity of the nation especially by coercive measures (as censorship and terrorism)

    Here in Japan, we are in a great democracy and ABe is helping us to realize our full potential by gently easing us into a more aggressive and warlike mindset. It's ok! He will prove to be a great leader of men and sometimes maybe even women!

    Posted in: New security bills threaten constitution: experts

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    It's truly great to see the old bear back in action! Mr. Mori was a fine PM and will certainly bring his expertise to the Olympics in a similar fashion! Lovingly referred to here in Japan as having "the heart of a flea and the brain of a shark.

    And of course, his careful way with words and sensitivity to others was well remembered as part of his legacy.

    I'm looking forward to some more wise words from the auld battle-axe!

    Posted in: Welcome aboard

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    Staring at screens for extended periods of time from a young age is a good way to strengthen as well as improve your vision. I encourage my students to always make sure that they cup their hands to their screen and press their noses basically right up against it for max vision training. They have exhibited very good scores on their eye tests.

    Posted in: Children are increasingly looking at things at close range when studying or watching TV. Nowadays there are also many children who stare at smartphones and game consoles.

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    Looks like Popeye there is about the snap Abe's arm off with that vicegrip handclutch.

    Posted in: Meet the brass

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    I think it is very sweet that Robin and Corey are holding hands.

    Posted in: Gotham gang

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    She's ok. Knees are too sharp though.

    Posted in: Gotham gang

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    @wtf Japan

    I'm sorry but, I have to disagree, please let me share an anecdote

    I had a wonderful piece of string cheese whilst standing in a cramped train today. The texture was perfect, like pvc so it didn't get my hands all greasy.

    There was no smell to disceren at all which I like because the smell of cheese can be too much sometimes to eat in public.

    The chewey, rubbery texture ensured that I would still be picking bits out from between my teeth the entire 45 min. train ride which was great because it gave me something to do.

    It was a real treat and I can't wait to eat another one on the way home today from the nuclear power plant where I work.

    A cheese lover's paradise here really!

    Posted in: Bureaucratic bungling behind butter shortage

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    crustpunker

    The butter barons of Japan have worked very hard to get where they are. I see no problem that they are in positions that are comfortable. Butter has traditionally been a luxury food item in Japan since the Mejii period and it has largely been the wealthy that are privvy to it. I think us commoners should be more appreciative of all the excellent margarines, blended spreads and other "near butters" that are available to us!

    I'm sure that subsidies encourage farmers to work harder and create the top quality dairy items that Japan is world renown for. For example, the string cheese here is second to none!

    Keep things the way they are and I'm sure that this will eventually solve the problem!

    Posted in: Bureaucratic bungling behind butter shortage

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    crustpunker

    2 billion! A SMALL price to pay for having a brand new missile! And along with the U.S. Japan will get first dibs on it. This is good because now with the internet, other countries know that Japan is weak after suffering many national disasters. 2 billion may seem like a lot but, people wont be saying that when they see how well protected Fukushima is from now on! Japan, always thinking about it's people! Other countries would do well to heed this example of how to care for those less fortunate!

    Posted in: U.S., Japan say first test of Raytheon's new SM-3 missile a success

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    Because in Japan, it generally takes the infant baby about a week until its urine turns from blue (like the diaper adds you see on TV) to a normal, healthy bronze colour. In the West, this stage is not necessary due largely to different diets.

    Posted in: In Japan, women are usually kept in hospital for up to a week after giving birth, while in the West, if there are no complications, mothers usually go home the next day, or even less, as was the case with the Duchess of Cambridge, for example. Why the difference?

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    In Soviet Russia, Sex has YOU.

    Posted in: Heartache for Japan's 40-year-old virgins

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