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    crustpunker

    You spin me right round, baby right round like a record, baby Right round round round You spin me right round, baby Right round like a record, baby Right round round round

    Posted in: Hashimoto, Matsui quit Japan Innovation Party

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    crustpunker

    When Buddha was still alive he never asked his followers to make statues or worship him in images. Instead he taught us to not have any attachment to anything – not even himself.

    Buddha said that the best way to worship him was to follow his teachings.

    Jus' sayin'...

    Posted in: The greatest of Japan's Great Buddhas

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    crustpunker

    It's O.K. I just sold the Olympic Minister some magic beans. They will make everything better.

    Posted in: Japan to cut cost for Olympic stadium by third, say lawmakers

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    crustpunker

    "Olympic Minister" lol

    Tokyo 2020! Ret....It....Go.

    Posted in: IOC wants Olympic stadium ready by January 2020

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    crustpunker

    Well, this all sounds very "regrettable".

    But, if it's ONE thing that the Japanese gov. is great at, it is following through on quickly constructing quality buildings after disasters!

    A clear example, it has only been 4 years and counting and most of the area hit by the Earthquake/Tsunami are looking sharp right?

    I could be wrong, haven't been there for awhile?

    Posted in: IOC wants Olympic stadium ready by January 2020

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    crustpunker

    It's odd because, usually in Japan, promotions of most things focus much more on detailing the product and NOT on the barely dressed, sexed up lady in the skin tight, painted on short shorts and super exposed cleve.

    For a tasteful display of promotions, readers should look at any of the "race queens" on display at the "car shows" here in beautiul country.

    Posted in: NTV pulls online videos depicting sexy rugby players after complaints

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    crustpunker

    It is Japan's national RIGHT to feel butthurt from such unfeeling and insensitive behaviour.

    Posted in: Abe hits out at Russian PM's visit to disputed islands

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    crustpunker

    “Finally, Japan has caught up with other developed nations,” menacingly laughed Jiro Yasuda, a virology professor at Nagasaki University.

    errrr.....I saw this movie once I think...

    Posted in: Japan lab to handle deadliest viruses for first time

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    crustpunker

    Looks like a student film. Love the obligitory long gazes slightly away from the camera and the screaming of names/before attacking etc..yawn.

    Posted in: Live-action 'Attack on Titan' writer talks about changes from anime, with one demanded by creator

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    crustpunker

    remain in temporary housing more than four years after the disaster.

    remain in temporary housing more than four years after the disaster.

    remain in temporary housing more than four years after the disaster.

    remain in temporary housing more than four years after the disasteer

    Japan doesn't care about Japanese people. So sad.

    Posted in: Japan approves increase in Fukushima compensation to $57 bln

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    crustpunker

    Looks great! I'm certain that 3 years after the 2020 olyimpks, everyone will still remember the bold, symbolic and lnspiring look of a capital "T" and the...other one!

    Posted in: Olympic emblems unveiled

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    crustpunker

    Check out SEALDs. (Students Emergency Action for Liberal Democracy)

    This is the most fashinoable revolution I have seen in a long time! They look adorable!

    Posted in: A message for Abe

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    crustpunker

    Protesters hold anti-war placards in front of the Diet building during a rally in Tokyo, on Thursday night. Whilst a Jedi and his lightsaber attempt to keep the crowd from rioting.

    Posted in: A message for Abe

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    crustpunker

    The picture of the plastic garbage bags placed in an orderly pile on the side of the road CLEARLY indicates that the area is safe to return to!!

    This cleanup has gone above and beyond guidelines for treating nuclear waste.

    The governbent has said so too but, if you need proof just look at the pictures! It's allllllll clean folks!

    Posted in: Nuclear refugees face dilemma over returning home

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    crustpunker

    That's REALLY dangerous. Beluga whales are extremly poisonous and I bet the whole front row just earned a trip to the emergency room. I hope they will be ok...

    Posted in: Whale of a time

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    crustpunker

    Deers are naturally good at avoiding electric fences. It is better to fish for deer in the wild with an SUV.

    Posted in: 2 dead, 5 injured after being electrocuted by electric fence

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    crustpunker

    First, the stadium needs to be designed by a Japanese. Only a Japanese person understands the uniqueness of Japanese culture and business. It was a mistake at the beginnnig to choose a design that was non-Japanese. Often foreigners have a hard time understanding how the potato mashes here in beautiful country.

    Posted in: Abe says Olympic stadium to start from scratch; Rugby World Cup misses out

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    crustpunker

    I think the most moving parts where when the daughter actually looked liked she kind of had the seatbelt on sometimes. It nearly brought a tear to my eye.

    Posted in: Heart-warming father-daughter Toyota commercial moves Japanese viewers to tears

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    crustpunker

    Opponents of the bills say the conditions are overly vague, giving future governments leeway to interpret them as they see fit.

    Odd. Usually policy here is very specific and clear. The government of Japan is well known for being direct, to the point and never overtly wordy or lengthy. All of this of course is to make sure not to cause "confusion" for the voters.

    Posted in: Q&A: The ruckus over Japan's military legislation

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    crustpunker

    I started growing bees at a young age and let me tell you..It is WAAAAY harder to grow bees than to ruin a country.

    Posted in: Political sweetener: Abe to get branded honey

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