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    randomnator

    That's funny. If that would actually be a poisoned piece of bread dropped by someone on purpose in a park and then let's say your dog would eat it and die, would you still consider it public service?That's reaaaaaallllyyy narrow minded thinking right there.

    I've seen a group of crows attacking three kittens in a park as the mother cat could only carry one at a time. They killed and ate the baby cats. Your comment seems really naive in that context. As for the dog, my dog is trained not to eat anything that isn't from my hand or in her bowl. Not my problem if someone wants to poison crows. We have groups of hunters who yearly go out and cull large groups of crows with shot guns, The city actually organizes these slaughters just after Golden week when they are nesting. Takes care of two generations at once.

    Posted in: 50 crows found dead in Tokyo park

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    poisoning crows, public service IMO.

    Posted in: 50 crows found dead in Tokyo park

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    Didn't take them long to screw it all up in their eagerness to make cream. JRFU has totally dropped the ball when they had a great chance to promote the game here.

    Posted in: New Zealand Rugby urges patience on Super Rugby changes

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    Peter :That link adds nothing, it's verbatim the same as this article. Guides are very often hired privately with absolutely no connection to the resorts. Perhaps wait until you know the details first or use a few conditionals in your assertions.

    Posted in: Woman killed by avalanche while snowboarding in Gunma

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    Finally I don't have to listen to "fans" who repeat the morning TV spin about how Japan has the best "team" in baseball. Next week they'll be talking about table tennis or ice skating.

    Posted in: U.S. beats Japan 2-1 in WBC semifinal

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    RIP Enrique. Condolences to his loved ones and associates.

    Posted in: Canadian man dies in snowboarding accident in Nagano

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    Such a frequently repeated refrain. Perhaps more money invested would prevent such events happening so frequently.

    Posted in: 61-year-old mother arrested over death of mentally disabled daughter

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    Trump doing the same, draw attention to foreign threats.

    Posted in: Abe vows to beef up defense; calls N Korean missiles serious threat

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    randomnator

    Excellent result for the 98% of rugby fans that hate England. Banzai!!! Hope the Poms throw their chariot away. Next great games to look forward to The LIons in NZ.

    Posted in: Ireland ends England's rugby winning streak

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    Eddie never left a team on good terms, he's been fired a number of times after player revolts. Give England another 12 months if history is a teacher.

    Posted in: Japan's rugby World Cup blueprint 'lost', says Joseph

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    And watch for newly revised safety limits to appear any day now.

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    Of course! All they have to do is change the way women dress, and then it'll be smoooooooothe sailing! (Shakes head in disbelief)

    She wrote **one **important factor preventing progress. Not the only thing preventing progress and she is 100% on point. Don't shake too hard.

    Posted in: Fashion frees women from dull office uniformity

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    No drug testing in Japan?

    Posted in: Ramirez' new home a far cry from the bright lights of Tokyo

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    randomnator

    The girl on the right wouldn't get hired at many place BECAUSE of the shoes she is wearing

    Yubaru: come into the 21st century mate. Those shoes are on display at new recruit sales desks. Nothing wrong with a dainty foot or ankle strap these days. Pop into your local Regal store and check out the business pumps for ladies. Unfortunately they don't do a 28.5cm, (so I'm told).

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    randomnator

    No, it is not a bar, it is one required condition you mss the whole point about the burden of proving guilt.

    And the difference between a DP worthy crime and "any crime" is more resources and time will be spent to make sure the verdict is correct.

    Forced confessions being part of those resources? And you can't deny that police and prosecutions haven't stacked the deck against people who were later proven to be innocent. Your argument for the DP is 100% emotional and very short on logic. At the end of the day any society that enforces the DP has lost moral authority as soon as there is, and there inevitably will be, even the slightest injustice committed in the enactment of that prosecution and execution.

    Posted in: Man beats stranger to death in order to get arrested

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    TTD

    As for the fairweather fans comment, I don't think so my friend

    Mate just going off FB comments: all my Pommy friends were strangely very quite about rugby until Eddie took the reins. I'd call that fair weather. Looking forward to the match whenever and wherever it takes place but that bloody "Swing low" dirge does my head in. Cheers

    Goldie

    If I were running the RFU, I would not offer the big bucks Tew is seeking and wait for next year,

    Eddie insists that just playing the ABs once b4 the 2019 RWC is not desirable. It's no skin off RNZ's nose if they don't play. Remember it's the Poms that want this game in the first place so yes Tew should rightly squeeze them until they squeal. Oink! Cheers

    Posted in: England looking at All Blacks clash in November

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    The girl on the right has very cool taste in shoes. If I was 25 years younger and worked at Seven Holdings those shoes would distract me a lot. TMI?

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    Poms want to play? Pay. Either that or they have to drag their bunch or slave song singing fair weather fans down to Auckland. Not that hard. New Zealand needs to be very willing to walk away this year if the price isn't north of 3 million US$.

    Posted in: England looking at All Blacks clash in November

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    I personally don't approve of the DP in cases where the accused cannot be proven guilty without doubt.

    That is the bar for any conviction for any crime and that is incredibly low to deliberately and willfully kill someone on behalf of a whole society, which the criminal justice system works for.

    Posted in: Man beats stranger to death in order to get arrested

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    However, death penalty opponents tend to value the rights of criminals and murderers more than the rights of the victims.

    more right wing claptrap. How is depriving someone of liberty and keeping them out of society valuing their rights more than the rights of a dead person? How exactly do you respect a dead persons rights? Are you contending that dead people are still citizens? Your support for the DP is based solely on punitive and not preventative reasoning? And something you staunch anti PC toughnuts all fail to realise is that innocents also get convicted for capital crimes. How do you maintain the moral high ground as a society when you (society) are responsible for the murder of innocents?

    Posted in: Man beats stranger to death in order to get arrested

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