If you study the multiplication table of 218, I write your name on this book and you will be condemned to death!
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In Japan, a new national hero was born. A japanese teacher of an elementary school in Fukushima, has threatened the students with a Death Note book ... "if you study the multiplication table of 218, I write your name on this book and you will be condemned to death!"
The teacher of 30 years, has used the image of Death Note through its tablet. Threat occurred several times between November and December.
The teacher had to officially apologize in a meeting with the school authorities ... and you don't understand the why of this.
The original manga of Death Note was written by Tsugumi Oba and illustrated by Takeshi Obata. The story tells of a high school student who finds a notebook from supernatural powers called Death Note.
All teachers of the world would and should have a Death Note. We hope that this national hero is a food for thought for all the other teachers who will want to have your Death Note.
Nobel Peace Prize 2017.
January 14, 2017
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Omamori (お守り) are Japanese amulets/charms/talismans sold at religious sites and dedicated to particular Shinto deities as well as Buddhist figures, and are said to provide various forms of luck or protection.