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    Because she was not able to introduce a substitute to work his? hours, the store reduced her accrued wages based on the hours work she’d missed.

    That aside, slave labor needs to be stamped out. Workers HAVE RIGHTS.

    Posted in: Worsening labor shortage taking toll on sick workers

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    From Day Zero, lie after lie, obfuscation, deception and a total lake of taking on the responsibilities of saying, ‘It was our fault’. Disgusting behavior towards the Japanese people, the World Community and dishonest Abe is shameless: It’s all under control.

    No. It. Isn’t. Never has been. It’s about as under control as a marble balanced on a can of beer that’s been placed on its side.

    At that level of reading, something is going on, and no release into the environment? Nonsense. Gas will be escaping, no doubt about it.

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    @mrjgb:

    So the root is building control on architectural and engineering specifications, which Japan should be excellent.

    Should be, not always.

    Posted in: Man shoveling snow dies after fall from roof in Aomori Pref

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    @Disillusioned: The shop may well have had --unfortunately-- a rhino horn product for sale, but it would not have been ivory. Rhino horn consists of keratin. Not ivory.

    Posted in: Yahoo Japan defies calls to rethink ivory sales

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    Once installed, Trump will be gutted and eaten alive by the GOP pack.

    Posted in: Trump's long-awaited news conference quickly turns combative

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    @JohnathanJo: Don’t do that if you visit the UK.

    Posted in: Security researcher cautions against striking Japan’s favorite picture pose

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    What the article doesn’t mention, is the information this weirdo collected was from My Number data.

    Posted in: Ex-Tokyo ward office worker arrested for stealing personal info of woman

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    Stupidity knows no bounds. Only last week. Big earthquake in Oita.

    Posted in: Nuclear reactor in Shikoku gets OK to restart from regulator

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    The barrel needs to be greased, and so it will be greased.

    Posted in: Criticism mounts over stadium cost for 2020 Tokyo Olympics

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    It is clear that alternatives to fossil fuels must be developed on a large scale. However, nuclear power is neither renewable nor clean and therefore not a wise option. Even if one were to disregard the waste problems, safety risks and dismal economics, nuclear power is both too slow and too limited a solution to global warming and energy insecurity. Given the urgent need to begin reducing greenhouse gas emissions, the long lead times required for the design, permitting and construction of nuclear reactors render nuclear power an ineffective option for addressing global warming.

    Taxpayer dollars would be better spent on increasing energy conservation, efficiency and developing renewable energy resources. In fact, numerous studies have shown that improving energy efficiency is the most cost-effective and sustainable way to concurrently reduce energy demand and curb greenhouse gas emissions. Wind power already is less expensive than nuclear power. And while photovoltaic power is currently more expensive than nuclear energy, the price of electricity produced by the sun, as with wind and other forms of renewable energy, is falling quickly. Conversely, the cost of nuclear power is rising.

    When the very serious risk of accidents, proliferation, terrorism and nuclear war are considered, it is clear that investment in nuclear power as a climate change solution is not only misguided, but also highly dangerous.

    Posted in: Kyushu Electric to start loading fuel rods into Sendai plant on Tuesday

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    @Lizzy Heat, there are more Brits on continental Europe collecting welfare than there are 'immigrants' collecting welfare in the UK. Go figure.

    Posted in: Greece imposes capital controls, banks to remain shut

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    US through to the finals beating Germany 2 to ZERO... wow!

    Japan v England next semi-final, today... Japan have to be favorites?

    Team USA: Amazing teeth. Incredible soccer. Wonderful names.

    http://www.ussoccer.com/womens-national-team/latest-roster

    Posted in: U.S. heads to Women's World Cup final with 2-0 win over Germany

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    @F&C, but you are still missing the point that allowed it all to come to this, when those other EU members let Greece in when they knew full well Greece didn't meet the criteria to join the Euro. The creditors also need to have the humility to recognise that their austerity programme has failed. None of the hardship has made Greek debt more sustainable, yet still they demand more and if they let Greece go, it's no longer a common currency, just a loose exchange rate mechanism, it'll make Lehman Brothers and the subsequent consequences look like a happy love in at Woodstock.

    Posted in: Greece imposes capital controls, banks to remain shut

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    @Droll, socialism works --notably-- when capitalism fails, like it did in 2008... and what came along and funded the disaster so it could claw its way into the ICU? Socialism. When govt, i.e. The People's money saved the system, the banking system was nationailzed to save it.

    Privatise costs, socialise loss.

    @Zichi, there was no banking collapse a such, liquidity froze (collapsed) the only financial institution that collapsed was the Lehman Brothers. Fannie Mae, not a financial institution per se, also fell but was saved by... tax payers money.

    Posted in: Greece imposes capital controls, banks to remain shut

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    @Rougou, as the famous song says, 'Let it go', you're just embarrassing yourself and taking up JT bandwidth!

    Posted in: Japan beats Australia 1-0 to advance to semifinal against England at Women's World Cup

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    ???Offside??? Anyway, great GOAL by Japan. Great result!

    Posted in: Japan beats Australia 1-0 to advance to semifinal against England at Women's World Cup

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    What is China's intention? Does it really intend to use these islands to try to enforce its claim to the whole of the South China Sea? Will it really try to exclude other militaries, including the US from entering these waters and airspace? If so there is going to be trouble and THAT is fact.

    Posted in: Japan's navy drill in South China Sea may lead to larger role

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    In NO WAY should he receive the royalties, in NO WAY or form. Japan, revise your laws, look at the UK for example.

    Posted in: Controversial autobiography of 1997 Kobe child killer released

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    Not good. At all. In ANY democratic nation the government, elected by that nation's people, decides on military action. With checks and balances, doesn't always work, Iraq being an example, BUT come on... are we in free fall to a military government? Who are that hawks in the military? Do we have any names, ranks, etcetera?

    Posted in: Diet enacts bill giving equal authority over SDF to military, bureaucrats

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    That's some surveillance set up the police have got there, off two calls?

    Am happy the perps are stupid, that's good. I mean, public phones being beyond their remit.

    Posted in: 2 arrested over bomb threats to Machida high school

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