You mean instead of Satoshi it’s Ash in Pokemon? Or do you mean certain scenes are changed? Do you have an example?
When I was in elementary school, there was a separate classroom for children with special needs. They were all grouped together in one classroom and it didn’t matter what their ages were. Not sure what classes were like.
I moved, so I was in two elementary schools. The second one, there was a boy who couldn’t use his legs, so he was wheelchair bound. Not sure why he couldn’t use his legs. Anyway, he was treated like everyone else for the most part and I think they tried to include him in as many activities as they could.
There are schools for children with special needs…but up in the mountains and away from society. I think this sucks. It closes off other children from children with special needs and I would think it would make it hard for the children with special needs to then rejoin society and make friends. Idk what the education is like up in those schools But I don’t see Japan as being particularly good with that, personally.
I think some people see nerds as “know-it-alls” and that nerds always think they are better than everyone else. Or, they don’t like nerds because of how media shows nerds as often living in extremely messy rooms, being horrible at communication, and if they do open their mouths, it’s all about math or science and they are seen as not having any other hobbies. Maybe nerds are seen as boring, too, based on media.
Ohhhh, okay. Hmm…
You know, I think, if the person murdered another person intentionally and would definitely do it again and pose a threat to society, maybe capital punishment can be justified. But then it gets tricky, right? Because someone could murder someone intentionally but have a self-defense type of reason or the person they murdered intentionally was also a murderer or horrible person in some other way.
I think it really depends on the situation. Serial killers, however, probably deserve it. Not only did they get away with it, but they took many, many lives. But then again, I start to think about, you know, is it really okay to punishment someone by taking their life???
But then I think, the victims of the person would want some kind of justice served. How would they feel if the murderer of their child or parent continued to live on even in jail? Maybe they should be “defeated”?
Tricky things I try not to think too much about, but that’s my opinion on it. Basically, depends on the situation, but perhaps, there are people who actually do deserve it. Perhaps.