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    ushosh123

    sometimes i wonder if something is lost in translation cause WOW W T F

    Posted in: No violator punished under antismoking ordinance launched in 2010

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    to be honest, this topic keeps coming up and its silly. its never going to change. trying out a new method would imply that the old method didnt work, no way!

    katakana isnt the major problem but it is another hurdle.

    i see english teacher not being able to speak english like a driving instructor not knowing how to drive. its possible and he isnt driving while instructing you but how is it possible he is qualified to teach you but cant actually drive the car. is he tramatised or something?

    how can you be inspirational if you dont know what you are talking about, and is living proof that he cant do what you aspire to do. there are many bright minds that might just go and learn and practise english themselves, maybe we can rely on them.

    Posted in: Why can't Japanese teachers of English ... speak English?

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    TBH, ignoring the results of the study for the moment, is there even a lessoned to be learned from this from the general publics POV?

    How does this impact what you will do going forward? Ignore all perceived negative impacts of radiation?
    Not allocate more resources to treating thyroid cancer?

    Posted in: Doctors: Radiation not biggest impact on Fukushima residents' health

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    How in the world did emigration to Canada become the solution or in the discussion at all? We can't / won't control the bullying so you should just ******* pack your bags and go? Solidarity at its best.

    There is no doubt where the fault lies when your child acts in an inappropriate manner causing others physical or mental harm, that is out of the societal norm.

    Posted in: Fukushima child evacuees face menace of school bullies

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    I guess in Japan, returning said bribe acquits you of all responsibility of accepting the bribe in the first place.

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    the results are just embarrassing. i hope the published results dont give the students even more excuse to not even try.

    not sure how to fix this as i believe the lack of english skills is directly related to the perception that it is not needed and just a hurdle for school.

    Posted in: Kyoto Board of Education administers English test for teachers with disheartening results

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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; and 3) help reduce the current deflationary spiral.

    Oh lord, did this come from a textbook? Does the jgov actually believe this is equivalent to rolling out a revolutionary fiscal policy or something?

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

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    Is everything lost in translation? did this council just literally tell their boss to do their job?

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    So this man works in CSR, he serves customers, meets ONE difficult one, and decides to give free entrance to ALL subsequent customer that LOOKS or APPEARS to be similar to this difficult one. But wait to do this he has to consistently MODIFY records to cover his own ass. He is afraid of potentially dealing with customer, which his job entails, but is NOT afraid of ILLEGALLY modifying records and be suspected of embezzlement by the government and going to prison for it.

    Posted in: Park employee didn’t collect admission fees from 160,000 foreigners over 2 1/2 years because one scared him

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    While its easy to see why the management company would drum up a new group every other year, I'm surprised at the shear number of ppl lining up for a chance at the left over crumbs after the managements share. I mean is it even minimum wage level left to be divided up between the last 40 members. Or is everyone just dreaming big here. I get the kiddies dreaming big, but the guardians of the ones who needs consent (12 years old?) should be more sensible than that.

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    I'm shocked at the number of nuclear experts that visit this site, unfortunately I don't even work in the nuclear industry so I will refrain from offering any plausible but better alternate solution to this. But hey don't get me wrong I don't trust Tepco either; they definitly have plenty reason to be not forthcoming, but as it stands they are piloting the plane with only 1 functioning engine.

    Posted in: TEPCO delays removal of spent fuel from Fukushima reactor

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    Is this really news? decided to submit proposal (has not actually submitted, just decided perhaps it will in the future)

    Now if it was approved, then maybe it would be news.

    no news is good news i suppose

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    I seriously don't see what APA has to gain by providing literature like this but has plenty to lose. Perhaps he is allergic to the Yen. Not surprised that they are standing by their owner as, he is the owner, unless you don't want to work there any more.

    As it is his freedom to put what he wants on that magazine, its also my freedom to visit any hotel as i see fit during my visit to japan. It is the only thing I can do.

    Posted in: APA hotel chain under fire over book denying Rape of Nanking

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    its funny how the details of the thieft is spelled out in detail yet the details of who was robbed remain unknown. And you must crazy to think insurance company is going to cover that, there cant be an acceptable reason why that amount of cash needs to be kept at home where it isnt exactly safe.

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    Ok,

    All of Abe's subordinates should submit a request for wage increase immediatly, citing the reason as Abenomics, and profit!

    Posted in: Abe asks business leaders to raise employees' wages

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    While I understand there's things that is culturally different and ingrained in people's mind since they are young, national pride, and what have you. And changing it is not a simple 3 step process. But if shit hits the fan (in this case it did), you should do something about it. Its quite ridiculous that they have a freaking term (read definition) for death by over work, yet does not actually impose any penalty on the company that it occurs at. As if its all business as usual, and it was the employee's lack of ability to handle the pressures imposed by the company.

    And if the government wants to put an end to it, it would be so simple as slapping a large fine on dentsu and make it unprofitable for dentsu to overwork people to that limit. Have the companies figure out how to deal with it. Its all fun and games til someone jumps off a building. But they wont even do that.

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    And claiming that its a waste of time, indicates that the matter isn't important at all to them, who cares, I'd rather walk my dog!

    Posted in: Korean 'comfort women' cancel meeting with Hashimoto

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    why would they cancel the meeting? what exactly does the former comfort women have to lose by going? Wouldn't hashimoto be now claiming he tried to make amends and these comfort women don't seem to want an apology, so what exactly do they want? Its not like he's personally responsible, he's representing japan of sorts right? So by that why does his personal views matter in this "apology"? An apology is an apology sincere or not, you can't force someone to be sincere, you could argue til the moon goes blue and people's views won't change a bit.

    Posted in: Korean 'comfort women' cancel meeting with Hashimoto

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    The schools needs a recommendation whither to fire him or not? Doesn't the result speak for themselves?

    Posted in: Basketball coach to blame for student's suicide, says commission

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    Japan at its best, but what else are ya gonna do other than hand them money? I mean they decided this when they asked tepco to handle the claims now didn't they? I don't think anyone thought tepco would be compensating out of their own pockets right?

    Posted in: Gov't approves TEPCO request for extra Y697 bil in public funds

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