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    In many cases, reaction trying to silence screaming results in victims being smothered or strangled.

    Posted in: Man reportedly tries to get 9-year-old girl into his car in Chiba

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    Suggest somebody invent this, and some lawyers consider its legal implications:

    1] A choker or necklace with a cellphone attached as pendant. Chain breakable when strongly pulled. Cellphone rests on the body in a way it and the body point to the same direction. 2] Functions: a) Camera. b) GPS. c) Transmits pictures, videos, GPS data (and voice mail) to parents’ cellphone.
    3] How to use: a) Lightly pull the cellphone (pendant) downward to turn on cellphone. b) Cellphone automatically takes pictures, videos, GPS data etc. and automatically send them off to parents’ and family’s cellphones. c) Pull pendant to turn off. d) With larger batteries cellphone can be left on all the time. e) A small sound indicates the phone is on. f) In isolated areas look back often. Turn on the phone and turn around to face the person approaching. g) Main purpose is to let the person beware that his (and his car’s) data and the location data are spread and recorded.

    Posted in: Man reportedly tries to get 9-year-old girl into his car in Chiba

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    About vengeance? Justice? an eye for an eye? Nah, those are for law books, in Seattle streets or Tokyo streets, it‘s determent, it makes criminals, those really bad ones, think twice.

    Posted in: Condemned man takes nearly 2 hours to die in botched execution in Arizona

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    OWINGS MILLS, Md. — Yani Tseng is a five-time major winner on the LPGA tour and a former No.1 player in the world. So playing in the inaugural International

    Crown Invitational shouldn't be that big of a deal.

    Or maybe it could be the biggest deal of her career.

    "For me to play on this stage to represent your country, I don't know how to describe it," Tseng, of Taiwan, said of the tournament that starts today at Caves Valley Golf Club and includes teams from eight countries. "I am just so happy to be with the best of the best. I just hope I don't cry on the first tee when I hear my country's song." ---USA TODAY

    Posted in: Asian stars excited for LPGA team showdown

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    Birds of a feather; some tend to lament the never ending heart bleedings of the victim’s loved ones, which obviously has no news value and is simply ignored. By the way, what happened to euthanasia? Thought the debate was about ethics, now they tell us they have forgotten about the method?

    Posted in: Condemned man takes nearly 2 hours to die in botched execution in Arizona

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    "Google 'Planned Obsolescence' - - - you're believing that you have to upgrade, update, it's marketing."

    In automobile, it's the trend, the new looks that ignite, you don't have a choice except to follow suit. In consumer electronics it's technology and new ideas. You are dead if you dare to reserve something or plan to feed your customers piecemeal. You do it when you have no competition, or if you can form a cartel. Won't happen between Samsung and Apple.

    Posted in: Apple profit climbs along with iPhone sales

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    Is this a good cycle or a bad cycle?

    A fires thousands of rockets into B, B retaliated by firing rockets back into A’s rocket sites, usually placed in populated areas, killing civilians. Protesters C all over the world shed tears for civilian victims, calling cease-fire. A refuses, as protests by C is not strong enough. B crosses border to do mop-up operation, more civilian victims, stronger C protests, A holds on, more B operation, more civilian- - -much, much stronger C protests. International community D intervened. Cease-fire. - - - Cease-fire- - -. Cease-fire. A fires thousands of rockets into B, B retaliated by firing rockets back into A’s rocket sites, usually- - - . Cease-fire- - -. A fires thousands - - -

    Posted in: Silent protest held in Tokyo against Gaza bloodshed

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    "serendipitousJul. 19, 2014 - 12:17PM JST and there isn't a term in Japanese for 'murder-suicide'. The expression in Japanese (ikka shinju) is more like 'a family suicide' but 'shinju' literally means 'the same mind' so the nuance is totally different from the English expression. No doubt the kids in such families are not 'of the same mind' and don't want to kill themselves but it's interesting how different the expression is."

    murder-suicide = ‘murishinju’. In that ‘shinju’ is suicide, its Chinese characters are adapted for sound, have nothing to do with “mind” or “heart” which are the original meaning of those characters; ‘muri’, from ‘muriyari’, means physically forcing, thus murder-suicide. Shinju having to do with mind or heart is a variation of ‘shinchu’, a Chinese word.

    Posted in: Mother, 2 children found dead in apparent murder-suicide leap from cliff

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    @Kazuaki ShimazakiJul. 19, 2014 - 08:53AM JST “Yeah, it seems destructive. The only position Korea could ever take on this problem is to press the Japanese for concessions, which is never the way to improve relations.”

    Nobody wants to improve relations. The only good relation there was was during the time when Korea needed to mimic Japan’s technology, Sanrio culture, Taiga drama, - - . Now they have leaned everything, and Japan is a business rival. Comfort women is a good topic for leading to say bye bye.

    Read this: “1tmtmsnbJul. 18, 2014 - 12:10AM JST “during the Korean Peninsula emergency, U.S. forces in Japan cannot be dispatched if there is no understanding of Japan.” ---Shinzo Abe

    Shinzo Abe could not have said that without the understanding of USA. This the Koreans know well. So it’s a warning from USA, about Korea’s overly showy honeymoon merrymaking with China, such as, together forming a new monetary system to fundamentally challenge USA’s hegemony. Without USA and Japan’s military support, North South Korea will unite within a week with Kim as new president, and together a tributary of China.

    It’s time to change course a bit, outwardly, little by little.

    Posted in: S Korea, Japan to resume 'comfort women' talks

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    "Around 200,000 women, mainly from Korea but also from China and other Asian countries, were forced to work in Japanese military brothels."

    "200,000"; "WERE FORCED". Who said that? Koreans? Japanese? JT? I thought I was reading A***** Daily.

    Posted in: S Korea, Japan to resume 'comfort women' talks

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    “Police said they received a call just after 10 a.m. Thursday from a man in Ichikawa, saying that his wife and children had gone to visit the lighthouse, but had not come home.”

    Did she say: “Alright, we’ll all go to the lighthouse, and jump”, or not? Did they leave the house in the morning and still not home yet at 10 a.m., prompting the husband to call the police, because they’ve never stayed away that long before? Or did they leave the house the previous night, and the husband waited till 10 a.m. next morning, thinking they were having some great time outside, and called? Pray let us hear a bit more, so we know, more or less, how to respond to this very sad story. People fall off the cliff in so many ways that the movie scenes I have watched come to mind.

    Posted in: Mother, 2 children found dead in apparent murder-suicide leap from cliff

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    “- - during the Korean Peninsula emergency, U.S. forces in Japan cannot be dispatched if there is no understanding of Japan.” –Shinzo Abe (digest of e-translation from a daily)

    Posted in: S Korea, Japan deny reports of ministerial talks

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    “would love to know the conclusion to all this, given that half the country seems to chasing after these "obscenities" at any given time!”

    Eugenically, males must chase after females (including their ‘obscenities’) and females must select the best male there is. That’s because all females must be mothers while none of the inferior males must be allowed to be a father. To do, long time ago males would fight it out among themselves to weed out the weaklings, while females, looking aside as if nothing concerns them, harvest the best male there is—sort of winner take all business. This results in millions of virgin males both in animal kingdom and in human society. Unlike animals who soon forget about everything when season is over, the defeated human males, however, would never give up, would keep chasing after the winner’s women at any given time, by hook or by crook. Thus it is these winners’ (eugenic) obligation to deny the access of these inferior yet aspiring virgin males to their women, also by hook or by crook, including lock them up indoors all the time; loosely cover them up from head to toe when present in public places is unavoidable, etc. So that’s the origin of obscenity, a human-society-only invention—a big No No to exposing women’s body parts, from the artist’s boat thing all the way to hand and feet, depending on region and society, to prevent the weeded individuals from taking advantages.

    Those responsible for formatting the “conclusion to all this” take note: in modern Western society women take things into their own hands—if she does not want you, she doesn’t want you even if you are a winner, so covering her body parts up does not necessary mean eugenic benefit; modern contraceptive methods further diminishes the importance of the eugenics thing. Or, in the future the main debate could be whether it’s a thing of beauty or what having those things all over shopping malls.

    Posted in: Arrest of Tokyo vagina artist sparks free expression protest

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    David3Jul. 06, 2014 - 02:38PM JST "Mad dogs and Englishmen walk in the noonday sun." In this case, you commentators may or may not be Englishmen, but you are all walking in the noonday sun. You babble on about one military strategy after another, yet no one mentions that we live in the nuclear age. Japan, in order to compete militarily on the world stage, must develop nuclear weapons. Are nuclear weapons a threat to human survival? Can any nation truly defend themselves in a nuclear conflagration? The only real answer (if survival is important) is for Japan to impeach Abe and reclaim full ownership of Article 9. There's already a movement by the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom to bring Article 9 to the U.S.Constitution. A golden opportunity exists for Japan and the U.S. to form an international coalition to support the UN mandate to abolish war making as a political - economic tool.”

    If survival is important to you, I suggest you encourage Japan to arm itself, and to form military alliances with as many friendly countries as possible, to such an extent that both China and Japan’s military strengths are equal, each afraid of the other, each afraid to move first lest the other moves instantly too, thus peace is maintained.

    Posted in: Abe heads to Australia after step back from postwar pacifism

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    “So now American arms suppliers have a "good" competitor and Irony that US has given tacit support to Japan's collective-self-defense resolution (?)”

    The dollar Japan earns will go straight to US, such as the 40 to 60 F35s designated for South Korea probably will be cancelled and the slots snapped up by Japan.

    Posted in: Abe heads to Australia after step back from postwar pacifism

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    • Alejandro S. ArashiJul. 06, 2014 - 08:53AM JST Australia is a rich, moderately harmless (from China's POV) country which lacks the technology and engineers to design and build these diesel-electric quiet submarines. However, I think the real prize is for Japan to build Soryus for Taiwan. I'm sure Abe thinks that the agreement with Australia is a dry-run for a similar agreement with Taiwan.

    Study geopolitics before you post. Taiwan is currently ruled by immigrants from China, Abe thinks they are Chinese spies. The regime has been begging USA for top secret weapons (4th gen fighters, etc) for quite a while, check how many such items US has allowed.

    Posted in: Abe heads to Australia after step back from postwar pacifism

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    The strength of North Korea lies in its body structure: the whole country is a piece of gelatinous jellyfish where you have problem finding a single vulnerable spot to attack. True Kim Jung Un’s life is important, but his kilometer-deep underground hotel shields him from even the most devastating nuclear assaults. In contrast, none among relevant countries--South Korea, Japan, China, USA--enjoys such advantage: South Korea with its political, financial capital Seoul, its Hangang industry zones; Japan’s Tokyo, its Keihin, Chubu, Hanshin economic areas, China’s Three Gorges Dam, Kwangtung-Shanghai-Chungking industry financial centers, its capital Peking; USA’s White House and Congress, its big cities---any substantial nuclear missile attack of above will set a nation’s national development at least 10 years back. So at the beginning of a brand-new, gradually maturing Cold War II, when it comes to nuclear deterrent, the trigger-happy or button-happy North Korea seems to be holding the key, and Abe’s brand-new 21st century version of “Sun Tzu’s Art of War” seems to be gradually maturing.

    Posted in: Seoul warns Japan against going it alone on N Korea

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    SCAP65Jul. 02, 2014 - 10:34PM JST

    “Which of you idiots stuck - signs on drakdogma's comments. What kind of fools are you people?! Do you ever read, or try and educate yourselves? He's dead on the money. There is zero need for military expansion for Japan. My guess is that all of these Japanese men (and it is men, not women) who get so excited about Japan arming up, are probably impotent, as in unable to get an erection. You are sexually neutered and as a result try and make up for it for fantasizing about firing some gun or flying some fighter jet. Just like American men and their guns. They are fat, and overweight and probably sexually impotent and lust after guns to make up for what they lack in sexual prowess. Dickless wonders of the world unite!”

    Feel better after the emission? You do? Good. It’s the beauty of democracy, like Japan, this forum, where you say what you want to say, within the law, without fear. Without America armed to the teeth against Hitler, Stalin, Tojo, Mao, you probably are living under these dictators’ rule today, minus the joy of an emission. Without Abe’s effort to arm his own country, Japanese people could be living under other people’s rule, minus freedom of speech, tomorrow.

    Posted in: Chinese media slam Japan's move to expand military role

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    “Is China on your military agenda?”

    Japan can now, under LDP-Komeito regime, conclude de facto military alliances with USA, the Philippines, Vietnam, Indonesia, India, etc., against China’s East China Sea and South China Sea expansions---as long as LDP or LDP-Komeito is in power.

    Abe seems to have betted LDP’s future on Japanese people’s continuous support of this decision. Will majority of Japanese feel comfortable with a (now oppositionist) party who openly declared that Japan does not need any military alliances, thus could go on to renounce those alliances established by LDP once it is in power?

    Posted in: Chinese media slam Japan's move to expand military role

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    Landed somewhere.

    Posted in: Search plane fails to find Malaysia jet debris

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