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    Sorry, it's Fuji terebi (channel). Same time.

    Posted in: Dutch women beat Peru to qualify for Rio volleyball

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    Other news sites mentions that he had previously given her a present, which she had returned to him and when he asked her about it at this event, he wasn’t satisfied with the answer she gave him and that trivial matter was enough to set him off. He was “resented” by it. She is fighting for her life at the moment.

    Posted in: Suspect admits to stabbing pop idol after his gift, advances rejected

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    TBS (channel 6) from 7 pm. This evening Japan vs the Netherlands.

    Posted in: Dutch women beat Peru to qualify for Rio volleyball

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    Britain the US and Holland put a trade and oil embargo on Japan meaning that they would have to leave their colonies and/or return to an agrarian economy.

    Simply put, after Japan defeated the Russian navy, they could finally “look the white man in the eye”and from then on, everything went south. Japan’s expansionist policies in Korea and China, under the guise of the Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere, which wasn’t that prosperous for China, since the Japanese went on murder spree in China, was the reason for the oil embargo.

    Posted in: A-bomb survivors want Obama to meet them, apologize in Hiroshima

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    If I forget this murder for a moment, serious crimes/murders committed by US military personal in Japan,and foreigners in general, are statistically very rare. Statistically, Okinawa prefecture ranks higher than one would expect where it concerns murders and sometimes has the highest murder rate per 100,000 people. Somewhere they mentioned 15~17 a year. These murders are committed by Japanese. However, this country makes it appear, that these murders would all have been committed by US service personal, which is not the case, so keep things in perspective instead of spouting nonsense here.

    Posted in: Civilian U.S. base worker admits to killing Okinawa woman; Abe to raise issue with Obama

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    Well, according to the aviation specialists, the swerving and 360 degree turn, plus a sudden drop in altitude points to a “sudden catastrophic event”. It was also mentioned, that last year, Charles de Gaulle airport fired 57 employees who had access to planes and were on a terrorist watch list no less. They found Arabic graffiti on several planes, including Allahu Akbar on a fuel tank hatch, so we don’t have to beat around the bush with regard to their back ground. The last time I looked out of the window of a plane at Amsterdam airport, I saw these “Arabic looking” folks throwing baggage onto the conveyer belt and it just crossed my mind, that a bad apple with not so good intentions could easily slip something onto a plane, much like what happened to that Russian plane last year. It’s nearly impossible to screen these people, unless you exclude them all from sensitive jobs, but I am sure a bunch of Gutmenschen will protest this. But if this turns out to be a terror attack originating in France, there will be some serious repercussions, at least I hope so.

    Posted in: EgyptAir flight from Paris to Cairo missing

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    From Japanese news sites: Mitsubishi stated the fuel consumption as being 30.4 km per liter, while it actually was 5~10% less or about 27 km per liter.

    Posted in: Mitsubishi Motors to pay owners of fuel-cheating cars: Nikkei

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    Wow, that’s one incredibly gifted guitar player gone.

    Posted in: Musician Prince dies at his Minnesota home at 57

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    I liked him for his modesty and humbleness.

    Posted in: Breaststroke great Kitajima to retire after failed Rio bid

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    Maybe IBM management was just being merciful. A Japanese company might have emptied the broom closet and put them in there, behind an empty desk, hoping they would get bored twiddling thumbs and eventually leave on their own accord.

    Posted in: Tokyo court rules IBM’s dismissal of 5 employees was unjustified

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    Yet another attack doesn’t come as a surprise I guess. And worse, there isn’t much that can be done. They could start with closing the damned borders again though. Some of the people that pulled off that attack in Paris last year, had been moving freely between European countries and that hell hole they call the caliphate. And take a flame thrower to the areas where these people have been and are hiding. That Abdeslam fellow they caught in Brussels the other day, had been seen on several occasions by people from the same community, but nobody came forward. Put them in jail too or better, send them back to where they came from. At any rate, stop with that political correct pandering to these people.

    Posted in: Attacks on Brussels airport, metro station kill 34

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    So for every illegal migrant the EU returns to Turkey, they get a legal one back from Turkey and then hopefully a genuine Syrian refugee with a genuine Syrian passport. Scores of migrants, mostly young male fortune seekers, have disappeared in Western-Europe and these numbers will go up now, for the ones already in Europe won’t be too happy with the prospect of having to move to Turkey, so good luck returning them there. Also, who says migrants won’t then show up at the borders of other countries?

    Posted in: EU, Turkey hope to get breakthrough migrant deal by March 17

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    Because perhaps the word lavatory originates from the Latin word lavare, meaning to wash.

    Posted in: Cleaner skies: Boeing designs self-sterilizing jet bathrooms

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    I could be mistaken, but I would expect nuclear power plants to be chock-full with redundancy systems, so you don’t have to shut down the main operation due to some auxiliary equipment failure.

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    What are the authorities afraid of? That somebody might knock on the door of that summit venue with a bunch of flowers “you’d better buy in exchange for our protection and 10% of the take, or else”?

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    I was looking for some footage of this plane on Youtube and apparently a Zero flew over Ibaraki in the 90’s. That plane was also piloted by an American and reading the comments, it should have been a Japanese pilot. Sigh. You wouldn’t want to damage, or worse, crash this thing, so better have somebody with lots of experience with this plane behind the controls.

    Posted in: Restored Zero fighter flies over Japan

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    O’Barry was denied entry not because of some criminal record, but solely because of his opposition to the dolphin slaughter and having given Japan a bad name with that Cove film. That’s all. And it’s sad that it has come to this. Well, childish actually.

    Posted in: O'Barry ordered deported from Japan

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    According to his son on CNN, this person is detained every time he arrives in Japan, so yes, he is clearly on some list of undesirable persons, but only for the wrong reasons. These nitwits here in Japan have unwittingly once more drawn international attention to the fact that they are going to harass people who are critical of certain activities conducted in this country.

    As for that passport incident, he had his passport with him in his car. The cops stopped him, purely coincidentally of course (wink, wink), made him step out of the car and then asked him for his passport, which of course was not literally on him, so they made a big deal about it. He was let go by the way, with the warning that he must have his passport on him even while in the shower, never mind common sense. And yes, he is also active in the Solomon Islands.

    Posted in: Star of dolphin-killing film 'Cove' detained at Narita airport

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    I don’t condone the violence, but it is the government’s own fault. In this particular case, it was agreed upon, that this town would take a small number of refugees and the local folks were ok with it. Then all of a sudden, as has happened in most other cases, it was decided behind closed doors to take in 1,500 refugees. On a of population of 14,000. That’s 10%. The local people had no voice in it. And it’s not that this town council were being the good samaritans, they get incentives (= money) from the government.

    Posted in: Riot in Dutch town over plan for asylum-seeker center

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