kurisupisu's past comments

  • -2

    kurisupisu

    Obama still having a go at subverting democracy, with his short remaining time in office! With the majority of the 9/11 terrorists hailing from Saudi Arabia, why wouldn't the victims'families not wish to know more? Why is Barak not interested in the truth? And why is he not interested in stopping terrorism on American soil? Why?

    Posted in: White House lashes out at Congress after 9/11 bill vote

  • 3

    kurisupisu

    In Japan it's fine to run a red light, but not if speeding! Strange but true! Selectively choosing which laws to enforce and which not to,have turned the Japanese motorist into a danger! People are being slaughtered and it is all rectifiable!

    Posted in: More than 90% of vehicles don't stop at crosswalks without lights despite presence of pedestrians

  • 0

    kurisupisu

    And kicking someone in the head makes sure to continue that 'spur of the moment feeling' !

    Posted in: Former pro boxer, friend arrested for assaulting man

  • -3

    kurisupisu

    When ISIL were running their stolen oil into Turkey, the US stood by and did nothing!it is clear to see that the US proxy had full support. For all his talk, it is plain to see that Obama certainly has blood on his hands.....

    Posted in: Battle for besieged Syrian city of Aleppo intensifies

  • 17

    kurisupisu

    The price of butter here is 4-5 times what it is overseas. I pity the Japanese consumer......

    Posted in: Gov't to import 4,000 tons of butter to ease shortage

  • 1

    kurisupisu

    The Dad must be fuming as he basically worships baseball.....and his sport playing son!

    Posted in: Darvish's brother convicted over baseball gambling in Japan

  • 8

    kurisupisu

    He might also find it better to walk next time....

    Posted in: Man arrested for assaulting cabbie after fare goes up just as taxi stops

  • 3

    kurisupisu

    No it doesn't! You are assuming that radioactive material is water soluble. And you are also assuming that radioactive material floats perfectly in water to be dispersed.

    Start with an analysis of what was blasted out of the reactor (educate yourself) and your points may have some validity......

    Posted in: Debris recovery operation in sea carried out for first time since Fukushima nuclear disaster

  • 1

    kurisupisu

    So instead of a high speed pursuit in which people may die the it behooves the police to apprehend the suspect at a later time.Many people blame only the rider here but I've had cops follow me on the highway and then accelerate to high speeds and blow by me at over 180ks per hour!I've seen motorcycle cops racing on mountain routes too! Why? For no reason other than being intimidating.

    Where death to the suspect or danger may be caused by the police to the public then these pursuits should be abandoned!

    Posted in: Motorbike rider, pursued by police car, killed after crashing into truck

  • 4

    kurisupisu

    Breaking up at train stations ( or not)?

    These mini dramas will often occur around the time of the last train. Not so much a breakup but a choice.

    After a fairly brief dating period and the guy is trying to get into her pants; he'll try the last train or 'hotel' ploy.

    This will involve trying to cajole the girl to a hotel. After dinner and drinks and the girl is tired the game turns to a psychological game of 'me' or go home. Notice that the girls are usually either tearful or quite angry looking in these public emotional displays. This is because they are being forced to make a choice that is being forced upon them. To some extent, the excuse of work, being busy and the last train are all used for avoidance purposes.

    And the 'last train' is such an excuse used by females not seeking entanglement.

    Arriving at the station, some time before the train's departure, the girl can finally choose her fate.Use the train to split from the guy, leading to a resultant breakup or be persuaded to extend her time with the boy. However, the first time the girl meets this scenario;there are often outbursts of tears, prolonged gazing and flustered looks. Here, the girl is inexperienced and this is why we never see people in their latter years exhibiting signs of 'station breakup', They know the game already.......

    Posted in: 4 ways people break up in Japan

  • 8

    kurisupisu

    It's quite strange how world history is compartmentslised into Asia, Europe, the Americas etc when artifacts show not only have ancient cultures interacted other vast distances but also that human history shows cultures that have been lost and are not mentioned in our history books.In Okinawa,below the sea at Yonaguni is evidence of a prehistory (10000 years +) vast stone slabs, parallel walls, 90 degree right angles etc. It can be concluded that there was a civilization thriving in the Ryukus surpassing anything found on the Japanese mainland.........

    Posted in: Ancient Roman coins unearthed from castle ruins in Okinawa

  • 3

    kurisupisu

    The MEPs in Europe were allowed to see the TPP in a closed room -no copying of any kind allowed! No discussion of said document allowed! Vote for a secret agreement?

    The will iof the people?

    Ha, what a joke!

    Posted in: Abe vows action on TPP, economy as Diet session begins

  • 5

    kurisupisu

    TPP ? It will push wages even lower than they already are! The backbone that Japan once had (manufacturing) has been excised.The TPP is going to bring jobs back ? No, it will benefit the big Japanese conglomerates though. In....other low cost countries......

    Posted in: Abe vows action on TPP, economy as Diet session begins

  • 1

    kurisupisu

    Surely, there is a better way? Death is not the penalty that should be the punishment for speeding!

    Posted in: Motorbike rider, pursued by police car, killed after crashing into truck

  • 0

    kurisupisu

    The trouble is that Japan's government and a large number of Japanese just do not want foreigners in Japan except to do the out of sight 3k jobs that many are doing at present! Where is the ideal that Jpanese covet for themselves;namely a chance to make a better life, have security and betterment through education?

    We never here that espousal, do we?

    Posted in: Will 'strategic special zones' turn into hotbeds of prostitution?

  • 1

    kurisupisu

    Kubota San is so desperately ill informed and so overly opinionated as to be excruciatingly out of touch with normal reality. I wonder if he is an adult as I cannot imagine an adult could be able to sprout such pure tripe! Has he, I wonder ever met a foreigner in his life of insularity? Maybe he should do a piece on the real villains in Japan? Maybe he should investigate on how unappealing it is to work and/or to find decent work in Japan?

    Anyhow, his fears won't come true as Phillipinas will choose first world countries like Australia, Canada, the US etc where rights are protected and there is no need to worry about the intricacies of Japanese.

    Oh, and if he is worried about prostitution then he might go and interview the hordes of Chinese prostitutes working in the clubs and street corners all over Japan!!!

    Posted in: Will 'strategic special zones' turn into hotbeds of prostitution?

  • 2

  • -2

    kurisupisu

    If being drunk were not a get out of gaol card then Japanese fails would be full of drunks which they are not!

    Something must be working......

    Posted in: Drunken man punches conductor after being warned for using phone on train

  • 4

    kurisupisu

    The media still aren't interested in foreigners as ntelligent beings with any type of life,other than over exuberant clowns. I was cornered flying into KIX by a film crew this month and the same old boring typical questions came out! What do you do in Japan?Oh wow,can you speak Japanese?What business are you in? Where are you from?

    After the fourth rather banal question I had to tell them that I was late for my next connection and had to go.

    The interviewer gave me one of the stoniest stares I've ever had in Japan as I made my exit with a polite 失礼します!

    Posted in: Canadian YouTuber explains why she quit working on Japanese TV

  • 0

    kurisupisu

    Namie is most likely a place where the elderly can live as they are not so susceptible to radioactive poisoning as the young are.However, the elderly also need the services that only the younger generations can provide. With no studies on just how low level radiation is to children then it is all a bit of a crap shot! In ten years time I might swop my home in Kanaai for one in Fukushima but not before......

    Posted in: Cows in Fukushima radiation zone find new purpose: science

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