Cops Bust Teens for MMO Cheating

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Japanese police are pressing charges against a trio of teenagers for the odious crime of cheating in an online game, the nation’s first ever for this outrageous offence, after MapleStory publisher Nexon fingered them as thieving hackers.

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  • Anonymous commented on July 6, 2014 18:20

    Thats cuz i cut it into lots of tiny pieces.... More

  • Anonymous commented on July 6, 2014 18:18

    I hold they place people like u in a mental hostiple for qqing about hackers who play crappy games.... More


Japan Protests French Mutant Sumo

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The Japanese government has been expressing its outrage at mockery of its advanced “pump-it-into-the-sea” nuclear waste management strategy by a French paper.

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  • ChaosConsuming commented on September 22, 2013 13:11

    Any real and rational religious person that has their beliefs mocked would simply smile and ignore the person that insulted them. They are the people I respect for holding beliefs. They are confident in their beliefs... More

  • Anonymous commented on September 21, 2013 02:00

    Did you know that after Paris was freed at the end of WWII it was the American who demanded from the French to exclude the African soldiers from participating in the parades? So yeah, continue talking... More


China & Korea Refuse To Attend 3/11 Memorial

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China and South Korea are facing intense criticism in Japan after both nations refused to attend the official 2nd anniversary memorial service for the 3/11 tragedy, with China even going a step further and criticising Japan for allowing Taiwan to present a wreath at the ceremony.

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  • Anonymous commented on August 13, 2013 21:51

    A City? Taiwan is too big to be just a "city". Also Taiwan does not see it self as the "true Cina". Get your facts right.... More

  • Anonymous commented on May 25, 2013 00:46

    I think you're onto needing your brain lobotomized, and your genitals cut off. The world doesn't need your genes passed onto the next generation.... More


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US sailors who helped the quake-stricken Japanese as part of “Operation Tomodachi” are now suing them for exposing them to radiation.

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  • Anonymous commented on January 27, 2013 15:34

    @commenter 12:37 24/01/2013 Oil doesn't cause your skin or body to melt or your hair to fall out, unlike what radiation does. Maybe you should have went there and re-experience puberty again of being a hairless/dick-less... More

  • Anonymous commented on January 24, 2013 12:41

    Canada has an army we sent six aircraft carrier's in, and plus unlike the us, we don't need a large military we are looking for wars.... More


Abe: “We Need More Nuclear Reactors!”

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Japan’s former PM and current LDP leader Shinzo Abe has stunned many Japanese with talk of building even more nuclear power plants, even as parts of the nation remain radioactive wastelands – though he very reassuringly talks of building them using the “latest technology” in “extremely safe” locations.

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  • Anonymous commented on December 19, 2012 17:56

    Solar, water and wind are too dependent on randomness of weather (for storage, giant batteries and inverters are far more expensive than nuclear) and also produce less kilowatts than thermal plants.... More

  • Anonymous commented on December 10, 2012 09:56

    Within 1 month the incident happened there were already rumors about human factors. I doubted it at first as there were not much proof. But records of discussions reviewed that humans did contributed to the... More


Genius: Japan Reduces Radiation with Lead Lined Detectors

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Disgust with the morally degenerate and extraordinarily dangerous antics of Japan’s nuclear power industry has reached an even greater pitch with the revelations that their novel approach to reducing the radiation exposure of clean-up workers was to line their radiation detectors with lead.

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  • Anonymous commented on July 25, 2012 14:07

    Lead just blocks α-rays and β-rays. maybe even ε-rays, but not γ-rays, so it's not really betrayal of the people since their suits should at least protect them from the first two. γ-rays... More

  • Anonymous commented on July 25, 2012 05:07

    Seconded for truth!... More


Korean Hospitality: “We Celebrate Japan’s Earthquake!”

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Japanese football fans have been outraged at the reception laid on for a Japanese team playing in Korea recently, with a banner goading them by celebrating the deaths of 20,000 Japanese in the recent earthquake and tsunami.

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  • Anonymous commented on September 25, 2013 08:09

    Mee Korean Mee demanding aporrojuices for comfort wymen Japan gibbe mony pls... More

  • Anonymous commented on December 13, 2012 07:03

    Japan and Korea fight like brother/sister rivalry. Or Cousin Rivalry. Wouldn't be surprise if they were actually descents of one another long time ago but they are too prideful.... More


“Town of Death” Minister Resigns

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Japanese are wondering what has become of their politicians, after the latest resignation of a minister after only a week in office, for calling the evacuated reactor-despoiled towns of Fukushima “towns of death.”

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  • Anonymous commented on January 24, 2013 13:00

    I'll give you radiation. * gives uranium *... More

  • Anonymous commented on September 17, 2011 00:45

    :gasp: HE TOLD THE TRUTH!! Oust him out of office!!!... More


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The operators of the ruined reactors at Fukushima are under fire for claiming that the recent death of one of their reactor cleanup workers from cancer of the blood had “nothing to do with” his work amidst the radioactive ruins of the plant and that they have “no plans” to investigate it further.

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  • Anonymous commented on October 13, 2011 11:48

    10% annual exposure in 1 week time. You can do the math and see he was exposed to 5 times the daily limit for that whole week.... More

  • Anonymous commented on September 9, 2011 19:29

    even a broken watch is right twice a day... More


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Japan’s embassy in France has lodged a formal protest with the broadcasters of a satirical TV show which dared to mock Japan’s radiation belching broken reactors, prompting the French to tell them to get lost and mind their own business.

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  • Anonymous commented on September 15, 2013 05:55

    Les Guignols de l'Info are just E-NOR-MOUS! :D... More

  • Anonymous commented on July 10, 2011 18:51

    He's not even speaking proper french...... More


Sex Crime Soldier Exposes Self to Avoid Exposure

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A soldier arrested for sex crimes claims he did it to avoid being sent back to duties in Japan’s disaster areas.

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  • PrinceHeir commented on April 25, 2011 15:12

    definitely a hard task... More

  • Anonymous commented on April 25, 2011 14:44

    I understand. Shit can really wear on your nerves.... More


Fukushima Cannibal Cats Shock Animal Lovers

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The plight of Japanese refugees evacuated from disaster areas is well known, but less well known is the plight of abandoned animals, now starving and reduced to cannibalism.

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  • Anonymous commented on December 20, 2014 15:35

    > Dogs never resort to cannibalism no matter how starved. They never eat humans either. Wrong. > I’ve never seen a cat eat meat. Have you ever opened a can of catfood?! Some of these people are idiots.... More

  • Anonymous commented on August 22, 2011 20:36

    Makes you wonder whether humans would do the same in a life or death situation... More


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