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You can perform an operation on them though cant you ?

Yes, it's a well known fact that lobotomized right wingers often end up posting their inane drivel on JT.

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On reviewing the article and the comments, I think that the mascot for all such future fuckuppis be the paper mache image of the PM on whose watch they occurred. Let Dentsu deal with producing that instead of producing pro-LDP propaganda...

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Canadians, as any of us know who have Canadian friends some of them are not the sharpest of the group , they can be fun but kinda different sometimes.

???

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Breathtaking. No way you get enough oxygen to respond to this by sucking your teeth. Showa lives!

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What I find infuriating is the Japanese believed they were somehow magically immune to this virus. And still do. I have to endure work environments where Japanese people around me consistently let their guard down and remove masks to chat and swan around the office. I simply remove myself from that area, because luckily I can. What I find surprising is the Japanese who do keep their masks on do not say anything to their colleagues.

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Forcible sexual assault and robbery are very serious crimes. A woman can say "no" at any moment and the male must honor the request.

"In 2017, the Penal Code was amended to change the name of the "crime of rape" to the "crime of forcible sexual intercourse," and to define the crime as having vaginal, anal or oral intercourse with a person aged at least 13 by means of assault or intimidation, and doing the same to a person under 13 years old. At the same time, the gender of the victim, which had been limited to women, was removed, so that anyone can be recognized as a victim, regardless of gender."

The law still permits rape charges to be raised only when "violence or intimidation" was used, except in cases of guardians abusing children. 

In 2018 there were 1307 reported case of forcible sexual assault. An increase after the changes to the Penal Code.

95% of rape case are not reported to the police. 5% reported equals 1307 cases. 100% would be 26,140 cases.

The police are not trained to deal with rapes. Female officers should be trained and used in all cases reported.

 Those convicted of rape will often serve less than two to five years.

Rape prosecutions in Japan are fairly rare and even if a suspect is found guilty, many dodge prison by apologizing and paying damages.

I don't know how many are serving prison term for rape.

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Most interesting is probably that guy during the first waves playing with Excel and now forced to use a more simplified method, the desk calculator , before publishing new daily numbers. Not so many days ago 666 and 555 for Osaka, Tokyo, today 3^6 = 729....lol

Attention, good boy, I will soon start to wonder if and how many of them are real or artificial ‘coincidences’.

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Do laptop cameras turn on by themselves?

Yes and no!

If a zoom or other application has a scheduled video meeting and the user accepts the invitation even days before and the settings are set to automatic, then at the exact time the meeting starts the application launches and turns on the camera and microphone.

Usually these settings should be set to manual but in many cases because some people seem incapable of understanding how a computer works, the IT support people set things up and turn everything to auto to avoid a bunch of people contacting them to ask how to start or join the meeting.

And because of these types of apps I make sure all my family members have tape or something similar over their tablet or laptop cameras.

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Do any of the females do similarly? Oh, it's a liberal so it's OK.... 

Ahhh shaddap!

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Obviously those who make the dumb big decisions in this country have spent way too much time playing pokie monsters or some other equally mind numbing stupid video games.

A bit like those idiots in the govt , think its some sort of video game .

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Steve MartinToday  07:22 pm JST

'Quasi Emergency Measures' for business suspensions, lockdowns, increased vaccinations ... but no advice about getting some Vitamin D supplements — if not sunshine, exercise, and fresh air to build the natural immune system.

Why? Just follow the money.

For those inclined to take the corporate media for their word ... be afraid. Be very afraid.

You're exactly right, Steve. Vitamin D, HCQ. Funny how nobody ever talks about these. They love talking about lockdowns and how they're just waiting to que up to get "vaccinated".

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International travel will depend on how fast Japan catches up internally on the covid pandemic. IF Japan is not up to date travel will be restricted and even afterwards it will take sometime to get all the parties on board to prepare for such a mad rush.

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It seems to me government bureaucrats never understand something about Fukushima contaminated water makes a big issue to the world.

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You can perform an operation on them though cant you ?

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Disposable but ecofriendly ?

who needs disposable razors ? I have a metal schick and a gillette, spare blades. Never found it to heavy to travel with

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Canadians, as any of us know who have Canadian friends some of them are not the sharpest of the group , they can be fun but kinda different sometimes.

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covering his nether regions with a mobile phone

They said “wireless”; he thought they said Y front less.

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If cancelled, who pays compensation?

I detailed as much as I could find despite the secretive nature of some contracts.

If the IOC cancels, basically no one gets any compensation, it even looks like the cancellation insurance doesn't pay out.

If Tokyo cancels under the original contract it has to pay the IOC penalties but some reports say that part was removed under the deal to move the Olympics to this summer.

But what is clear is if Tokyo cancels then the IOC gets it's insurance pay out, the sponsors can take action to recoup losses from Tokyo.

So in a nutshell the IOC will never cancel because it can only get money if Tokyo cancels

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Koike’s only response now is

’tokyo e Konai de Kudasai”

please don’t come to Tokyo.

that’s all she’s got now?

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Can you still call modern sports in the same terms as ancient Olymp ? In another part of the globe?

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The Olympics is a major thorn in the side making Japan to try and appear healthy curtailing measures that otherwise could be more effective.

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WOW China finally said something with "MEANING"!! In the mean time China clean your air, and stop people from pooping on the streets!!

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Putin has placed 80,000 troops and heavy hardware on three borders with the Ukraine. I would say this is a serious intention of Putin to invade Ukraine. We will see this before the summer. America and its allies can provide Ukraine with military equipment but unlikely troops on the ground. Unless the west are prepared to go to war with Russia.

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Very strange. I dont think peoples minds will be changed to think radiation is cute. Mine wasn't.

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I new the number would hit close to a 1000 shy by around 271 counts but it can see the number will increases real soon. Not looking good at all.

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OMG I hope they have auto tune and pitch correction for J-Lo. This over the hill women can not sing one sentence in "TUNE". I went to a J-Lo concert because the tickets were given to me for free. In the middle of the first song I left, I couldn't take it. I called my friend to thank him for the free tickets and he asked if I was still at the concert and I said no I left. He laughed and said thats why I gave them to you because they were given to me and I knew she couldn't sing. The band was good she was terrible. Just a big bootay and a fake Hollywood smile. Selena being young I think will do well never heard her live but I am sure she is better than J-lo even Mariah Carey laughed at J-lo's singing, saying she hurts my ears!!!

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And the first two people have jumped to the conclusion that the man is guilty

So you thought you'd even it up a bit, by blaming the woman.

Uh huh.

Why would she report it to the police, though?

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Japan should swallow the pride here , cancel the Olympics.

At this point it is 30% pride for some 70% liability costs for others it is 100% the liability cost.

If the IOC cancels then Tokyo is off the hook for any liability.

If Tokyo cancels then the IOC gets it's insurance Money and the sponsors can claim damages and reimbursement for losses from Tokyo something they cannot do as per their contracts with the IOC.

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@ James "It amazes me what an angry wife will do. She should be done for reporting a false crime". I agree good twist on the logic if readers would stop believing what they read and think and then post perhaps they can see a different side to the reporting as you did. We the readers do not live with the family we the readers assume the father was guilty, perhaps she could be an angry wife and reported the father. The ONLY reason I could ASSUME the police were talking to the parents is to get both sides of the story. As you "the article doesn't say how the father has plead at all. Innocent till proven guilty?

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If cancelled, who pays compensation?

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