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I saw on TV that many prisioners look forward to this time of year since they get special New Year's food ... bummer.

I wonder if Amenesty International would step in when Asahara Shoko gets his turn.
 
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Good question. Hm, I think that convictions and principles should not be given up, even in regard to extreme cases such as Shoko's.
 

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Oops another death sentence tthreads. Well, to bring it back on track.

I wish that Amenesty International would focus on Japan's behavior towards foreignor's rights.

I can't get into some certain specific drinking area locations ;)
 
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Originally posted by moyashi
I can't get into some certain specific drinking area locations

Did you check Debito's page on these outlets in Sapporo? Very interesting.
 

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He also covered some down south near a military base.

The secret to these places is going with a regular, especially a Japanese one seems to be the key. Although, a friend got in on a slow night and napped a phone number. He thinks that it'll be his key when he's needy.

Also, I've heard that if you're willing to pay double and be willing to bathe with last string pass overs you can get in.

I personally pass on these places but still would like to have been approached at least once.
 
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