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#62 - He also named his dog after her in Batman Beyond 07/02/2016 on ace +4
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#121161 - TheseChocodiles (07/02/2016) [-]
partychat seemed to die an absolute death, sad
#97 - I remember seeing a post from a former amish woman and she was…  [+] (1 new reply) 06/27/2016 on Good Guy Amish Man 0
#118 - anon (06/29/2016) [-]
They usually die from Ford explorers rear-ending their all-black buggies at night, not malnourishment
#11 - I believe that's Casey Anthony. A couple years back she was on… 06/20/2016 on Kids 0
#10 - I feel like it's only Okinawa that gives the military a bad re…  [+] (9 new replies) 06/20/2016 on We could learn from Japanese +30
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#12 - PgFalcon (06/20/2016) [-]
And the offenders are half the time just visiting the Island for a day, like this one sailor who raped a schoolgirl in a van when she was on her way to Sunday school (not fucking kidding) and was on a plane back out of the country the next day.

He was caught, of course, but he thought he could get away with raping a local since he was going to be in and out of the country so fast.

Literally, the ones that never have any part of it (the Marines everywhere other than Okinawa) are the ones that get punished the harshest. It's fucking insane.

I love being stationed in Japan, but god fucking damnit are the restrictions bullshit.
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#11 - PgFalcon (06/20/2016) [-]
It's only okinawa... and it's almost always sailors (with exception of this civilian and an idiot nearly a year ago who broke a beer mug across a Japanese National's head in a bar). Yet, Marines in Iwakuni suffer under the draconian liberty restrictions as a result simply because the Japanese government can't seem to differentiate between the branches, and even freaking SOFA status personnel.

You'd think they never had any crime from their own citizens for gods sake.

Personally, I think we should just turn over all offenders to the Japanese government to do with as they see fit, and forgo the mass punishment of the hundreds of thousands of well behaved professionals.
#164 - xnotcreative (06/21/2016) [-]
I respect the hell out of you for being able to look at this from both perspectives and give an honest and fair judgement without bias.

Truth be told, I feel like I would've been the type of guy to defend every American's actions had I joined the military, but you seem to be above that.
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#237 - PgFalcon (06/21/2016) [-]
Lmao, honestly when one ass-hat fucks shit up for all of us, we all pretty much hate his guts.

I can see how you'd think that though, considering that when you're fighting the man to your left and to your right become your brother... but seriously screw those guys. Disobeying rules and regulations ain't about how Marines operate, and if you're too thick to get it you deserve every inch of the green weenie you get.

Especially the offences that are downright despicable. A bar fight is one thing, and we'll do our best to stand behind that man, but rape? Murder? That ain't no brother of mine. Let the angry mob of broken hearts take him and do what they will.
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#82 - battlebrotherlayn (06/20/2016) [-]
I would think turning over the individual would be the first response, seeing as they are the offender...
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#238 - PgFalcon (06/21/2016) [-]
That's what it's come down to, basically...

It's regrettable. Even for minor offenses, the Japanese now can, and will hold you in a prison cell for 60 days and feed you nothing but literal fish-heads and rice.
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#96 - needsauceadmisblan (06/20/2016) [-]
the issue then becomes that when other countries like north korea propuse punishing are citzens with their what seems extreme to us then we have lost a legal precedent to say you cant do that only we can punish our citizens unless they have agreed when coming into your country to be judged by your systems. it happens its a legal nightmare.
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#239 - PgFalcon (06/21/2016) [-]
That's why we aren't friends with North Korea (or China for that matter).

We have the Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA) with Japan. It basically means we will follow all their laws, so long as our citizens are handed over to us for punishment. Those rules are changing, and it's basically now at a point where we might not be able to take custody of our criminals, and they can maybe even spend the rest of their life in the Japanese penal system.
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#16 - Does this mean they aren't going off the comic they made not t…  [+] (1 new reply) 06/16/2016 on Samurai Jack 2016 +4
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#18 - catfishy (06/16/2016) [-]
i had no idea there was a comic.
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