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Tag Archives: Japan

Tag Archives: Japan

Akio Komiri cries

 Akio Komiri cries

Original at The Daily Mail.

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A not so great wave

 A not so great wave

From The Gazette Montreal, via This Isn’t Happiness.

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Karma Japan

 Karma Japan

Karma Japan collects all the dumb shit that people post about Japan because they’re mad about dolphins and Pearl Harbor — which is at least as stupid as blaming 9/11 on gay people.

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Correction: No cows ever fell from a plane into a Japanese fishing rig

Correction: February 6, 2011

An article on Jan. 16 about drilling for oil off the coast of Angola erroneously reported a story about cows falling from planes, as an example of risks in any engineering endeavor. No cows, smuggled or otherwise, ever fell from a plane into a Japanese fishing rig. The story is an urban legend, and versions of it have been reported in Scotland, Germany, Russia and other locations.

Via Talking Points Memo.

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Robots, aliens, and Mark Krikorian

The Japanese have built a robot that can pick ripe strawberries based on their color, which naturally prompts NRO‘s Mark Krikorian to wonder: “So Explain to Me Again Why We Need Illegal Aliens?”.

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Japan is losing their old people

Revelations last week that police had found the mummified remains of a man thought to have been Tokyo’s oldest resident at 111 but actually dead for 30 years shocked a country facing the challenge of a rapidly aging population.

More reports of missing centenarians this week showed that their whereabouts were unknown or their family members were unaware of what had happened to them.

Their health minister has now called on everyone to check on their old people. It’s important to do that every once in a while.

Of course, the family of the supposed 111-year-old man probably knew exactly where he was. Somebody was withdrawing money from his bank account where he was still receiving his pension.

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Meet the Japanese Obama

Yes we can! Last week campaign! Thank you! I appreciate!

An Obama impersonator from Japan.

via The Morning News

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