koiwaicoffee's past comments

  • 8

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    Wouldn't it just promote fear and increase the Boogeyman factor of North Korea?

    That's exactly the intention. Expect more drills nationwide soon.

    Posted in: Missile drill

  • 7

    koiwaicoffee

    Can you imagine how many company computers in Japan are still running old versions of Windows?

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  • 1

    koiwaicoffee

    These people have no choice.

    On the other hand, they will never have to do night shifts in a factory. They will just live like rich people.

    I feel sorry for these Japanese women in 2017 who have to dress like they are in a Ken Loach film.

    We are paying for these silly hats, and I bet they cost a fortune.

    Posted in: Safe trip

  • 6

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    1) to nurture an opportunity in which lifestyles can be changed to foment a greater sense of fulfillment and satisfaction; 2) lead to a strengthening of community functions and harmony in localities;

    I can't believe Japanese people doesn't get furious listening to all that BS. But they just watch it on the news and nod in agreement.

    Posted in: Japan's first Premium Friday shows mixed results

  • 3

    koiwaicoffee

    "contender for the Nobel literature prize"

    Is Murakami really the best literature Japan has to offer?

    Posted in: Murakami fans pack stores at midnight for new novel

  • 2

    koiwaicoffee

    Such an interesting director. Nobody in today's Japan has ever seen any of his movies, and it's a shame.

    Posted in: Japanese film director Seijun Suzuki dead at 93

  • 10

    koiwaicoffee

    Just let people have their holidays and take 2 weeks off, you will see how fast they find ways to spend money.

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  • 1

    koiwaicoffee

    I'm sure that to relocate workers is a task a lot of sadistic bosses enjoy with.

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  • 1

    koiwaicoffee

    I just can't believe these are legal.

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  • 1

    koiwaicoffee

    Why not? Japanese voted Abe, and Trump is pretty similar to him. The only difference is that Abe doesn't need to build a border wall.

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  • 4

    koiwaicoffee

    In any case, chocolate should be given both ways.

    Posted in: Japanese killjoys wage war on Valentine's 'conspiracy'

  • 0

    koiwaicoffee

    There you go, Japan Inc.

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  • 4

    koiwaicoffee

    It's not going to work. Apart from the scam that the job is, Japanese people care immensely about their privacy. They barely ever let friends or family visit them so they are not going to allow a foreigner to see and touch every little thing at home.

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  • 7

    koiwaicoffee

    1.69 of every 100 people in Japan are living on welfare,

    Meanwhile, about a 3% of the people in Japan has assets for above $1 million.

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  • 11

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    foreigner tax?

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  • -1

    koiwaicoffee

    Play subservient peon to a supposedly superior employer

    This is going to be their most important task to accomplish.

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  • 10

    koiwaicoffee

    Around 400 kg of raw milk from 18 cows was shipped Tuesday.

    Shipped where? Worst part is that there is no way to trace where these radioactive products go, and there are plenty of soul-less companies ready to sell them.

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  • 4

    koiwaicoffee

    Maybe they don't like brands anymore, but most of my uni students still list "shopping" as their favourite hobby.

    Posted in: Japan's frugal millennials a bad omen for economy

  • 10

    koiwaicoffee

    For fiscal 2017, Abe is calling on companies to implement pay hikes for the fourth straight year, with the focus on whether small and medium-sized companies go ahead with the envisioned wage hikes.

    Has anyone seen pay hikes on these four years?

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  • -1

    koiwaicoffee

    It's a bid sad that all the Christmas lights in Japan are just blue. It's such a polite and formal color that makes everything look a bit cold and boring.

    Posted in: A blue Christmas

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