Henry Geßner's past comments

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    Henry Geßner

    And...? There's no "and", it's an article. If you expect a plot twist, go for the movies. ;)

    Posted in: S Korean prosecutors request arrest warrant for Lotte chairman Shin Dong-bin

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    Henry Geßner

    I agree with Laguna and Alex Brown. The guy has serious problems and seems to suffer from some kind of autism, and of course it's easy to blame him if you don't know anything about these things. Nobody would blame a person in a wheelchair for not walking, but there are many more conditions that are not so obvious. Which often leads to cases like Koichi's in a society like Japan, sadly. Poor guy, poor family...

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    Henry Geßner

    Good news! Would have been a shame for one of the best film festivals in the world.

    Posted in: Crisis-hit Busan film festival to go ahead next month

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    Henry Geßner

    Terrible. Please don't.

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    Henry Geßner

    The only thing there's no disputing is that the islands are Russian.

    You definitely need to do your homework, dear smithagainstjapan.

    Posted in: Japan protests to Russia over man detained on disputed island

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    Henry Geßner

    Just extend the usage of Furigana (as long as you can't abolish Kanji, but that day will come) and everyone will be happy. Limiting Sonkeigo might be an idea as well, but it's actually much easier than most people believe it to be.

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    Henry Geßner

    Just destroy everything this guy has made, seriously. His style of "architecture" is like cancer in my opinion. Historically important? Yeah, maybe. But nothing to be proud of. As a Swiss, I'm happy they're changing the paper money now so that I don't have to see his face every day (he's on the 10 Franc note)...

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    Henry Geßner

    So yeah, all smokers are idiots and children. People who claim things like this surely don't have many friends. I prefer being a smoker over being anti-social like for example Cleo.

    Posted in: Tobacco firms lose UK court bid to stop standard packaging

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    Henry Geßner

    At least it's her hair cut off, not another panties

    Well I don't know, but if I was a girl I'd rather prefer losing my underwear, wouldn't you? At least you can buy new panties everywhere whereas growing your hair will take months, if not years, so she'll be remembered of this accident for a long time. It's a much worse humiliation in my opinion. I sincerely hope they catch this weirdo soon.

    Besides, if he was an "unemployed man in his 30s" or not, what difference does this make? I really can't stand these prejudices. Some guys here really seem to believe that every unemployed man is a potential killer/rapist/child molester. Wait until you lose your job and get forced to live with your parents again (another prejudice -- this happens everywhere and even in the best families) and then judge again. May be that many criminals use to be "unemployed men in their 30s", but given the large number of them it's still a minority.

    Posted in: Man cuts off 12-year-old girl's hair with scissors

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    Henry Geßner

    Deleting Line, now.

    Oh, why don't you just cut off your own hands, because other people have killed each other with their hands?

    Posted in: First criminal 'revenge porn' case involving messaging app Line emerges in Japan

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    Henry Geßner

    Terrible. Anyone knows where it happened? Nishinari maybe? Can't find any Japanese language news about it.

    Posted in: Chinese woman dies of knife wounds, strangulation

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    Henry Geßner

    ben4short already said it, get rid of the mosaics. That's so silly. But one day or another it will happen.

    Besides, respect to all people who live their dream, don't mind silly taboos and enjoy their sex life, regardless of age. Good article!

    Posted in: 'Silver porn' shows 50 shades of greying Japan

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    Henry Geßner

    Just for your information: There are also women who smoke. Some damn pretty ones. This is really cheap and somehow even sexist.

    Now let the smoker bashing start once again, I'll have a cigarette in the meantime.

    Posted in: Vast majority of women in survey say no to guys who smoke

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    Henry Geßner

    Freedom of speech, alright -- but threatening to kill people of different ethnicity in public is something different. I've experienced it as well, even while being with my Korean girlfriend at that time, and I guess everyone who has been to Japan recently got to know these people (and their flyers and posters). It's just utterly shocking and disturbing. Maybe Americans don't see this, but laws against hate speech and discrimination work very well in Europe and there are few people complaining about the limits of freedom.

    That being said, I'd also do something about this particular NK school / parallel society. Raising children in this vein is disgusting since "North Korea" is nothing but a criminal organization occupying the North of the Korean peninsula, using torture, suppression, starvation and mass executions as means of maintaining power. This is, of course, not the fault of the students, but I wonder why this is still legal in Japan.

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    Henry Geßner

    So happy to hear this! I was waiting for a new Godzilla film for years, and now it's finally getting closer. :) I was worried the American productions (which I will never accept -- besides, the 2014 film is one of the worst films I've ever seen in my life) could further delay this, but luckily it doesn't seem so. Thumbs up, Toho. Without Godzilla, Japan wouldn't exist in my world.

    Posted in: Made-in-Japan Godzilla to return after Hollywood hit

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    Henry Geßner

    I haven't seen "cheap trashy junk" from Korea in years, Abdella. Do some research before you spread your narrow-minded prejudices. Even the Chinese have some decent brands by now, although very few. And the Japanese started by imitating foreign products as well before they became even better -- same goes for Germany.

    Posted in: Sony develops new camera for taking images in dark

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    Henry Geßner

    I absolutely support it in every way, especially for schools. But it must not be selective. You can't just ban burkas and allow crucifixes and other stuff, even if a country has a Christian tradition or whatsoever. In my very opinion, religion is an anachronism, and since it's not possible to get rid of it at all (because it only comes back stronger than ever), the impact on our society has to be minimized at least.

    Posted in: In some countries, there is a ban on adults and children wearing religious clothing and symbols such as burqas, veils, head scarves, skullcaps, turbans and crucifixes in public places like schools, recreational facilities and so on. What’s your stance?

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    Henry Geßner

    "This is way more disgusting that (sic) any food scandal."

    Unless it were your child that ate some of tainted food and became ill, right? Since there is no evidence in this case of "scapegoating" then I cheer the detainment of these 5 people. But I know, bashing China is all the rage and the hip thing right now. I suggest you also take a nice long look of the "justice" system here in good ole Nippon before tossing some stones at other countries.

    Posted in: More Japanese firms withdraw Husi-supplied products; 5 detained in China

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    Henry Geßner

    Wait a sec. You really salute to China for detaining 5 people? Do you even have a concept what this probably means in a country like that? I really don't want to imagine. Nobody deserves the kind of "detainment" China is offering, and I doubt they even did or will do further investigations, since getting rid of certain scapegoats is so much easier. This is way more disgusting that any food scandal.

    Posted in: More Japanese firms withdraw Husi-supplied products; 5 detained in China

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    Henry Geßner

    Japan somehow is the only country I know where Makudo workers aren‘t animals without any knowledge of human behaviour, but normal persons. Thumbs up for that, but that‘s a feature of basically every store or chain in Japan anyway.

    Yeah, I‘d also miss the 100 Yen burgers. But a Japan without McDonald‘s? Doesn‘t sound that bad. Anyway, the worst thing they ever did was introducing the breakfast menu all over the world. It‘s completely useless and mostly disgusting. Nobody likes it. Get rid of it, so clubgoers can eat normal hamburgers again at 5 AM after partying too hard.

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