Brian Wheway comments

Posted in: 2 top LDP officials say Olympics cancelation, no fans still an option See in context

I wish that people, organisers stop dithering and make up there mind ASAP, this whole thing of are we, ant we? the game might, might not, possible, yes going ahead. it messing loads of people around. the atherleats must be pulling there hair out, its messing with there home life, there training schedule, the organisers in various town and the voluntears, do we install barriers for this race on the roads or not? do we close roads? its just a mess.

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Posted in: Japan has entered 4th wave of COVID-19 infections, says gov't panel chief See in context

So much for "urging" looks like that ideas works, now how about "telling people, and companies what to do wether they like it or not. like, if your journey is not important or nessasary dont travel, all pubs and clubs will close, along with shops that dont need to be open, only essential shops shall remain open like food shops, food places will only deliver, and are not open to the public or politicians, places of worship can remain open, but places like museums, etc close, anything to stop the spread of this virus, where places are open 2m distancing must be strictly obeyed, face masks must be worn, and hand cleaneing staitions at the entrence to every shop. it seems to have worked for Europe and the UK. from 80.000 daily cases to next to nothing, it proof this methord works.https://coronavirus.data.gov.uk, it has also helped that were rolling out the vaccine at an unpresidented rate. over 40 million people in the UK have been or had there first vaccine injections. for goodness sake stop urging, stop messing around, get a move one!

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Posted in: Hyogo Prefecture to give 320,000 fans to restaurants for customers to cover mouths, dine 'safely' See in context

They might do better if all of the "touch points" were cleaned and sterilised all of the time, maintaines social distancing, or even better stay at home to stop any cross infection chances, these sort of wishy washy pathetic measures are an excuse to carry on regardless, when will Japans general public and goverment come to understand how deadly this virus is?

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Posted in: Large numbers of people out and about despite gov't antivirus pleas See in context

"I don't know the difference between the measures this time and from the state of emergency, so I don't know what to do," 

This is the problem when you urge people rather than tell them there is no clear boundaries.

A 49-year-old man from Saitama Prefecture expressed frustration while waiting to travel to Fukuoka in Japan's southwest to attend a memorial service with his wife and three children.

"I cannot miss it, so I have to go even under such a situation," dont worry Sir next time they might be be visiting you instead, can your travel be put on hold just for 1 year/this occasion? is it worth that risk of contracting covid??

"I'll keep my fun to a minimum," added the woman who lives in Utsunomiya, Tochigi Prefecture. HA! oh dear, fun is not the issue here, its being or comming into contact with people that are carriying the virus, and passing it onto you and passing on the virus. which intern puts hospitals under pressure to treat people with life threterning problems,

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Posted in: 5 students arrested after putting glue on playground equipment See in context

There are few types of glue on the market, neither have been listed as which type they stole/used 1 is a PVA glue which goes off when the wood is pressed to geather over several hours, and it can be washed off your hands with water, the 2 is contact adhesive it requires both items to be coated in glue and when brought together they stick. glueing one side is pointless it wont work, but is a devil to get off your hands, I dont know which one they stole but it is dumb to use any of them on a park equipment, the 3 opption is super glue which bond skin and objects in seconds. if any child has been effected by these bozzo's give them the invoice for replacing any cloathes, and contractor invoice for cleaning it up or make them clear it up, then charge them for breaking and entering the building site.

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Posted in: Man arrested after spitting on store manager who asked him to wear mask See in context

"Chiba got angry, spat on the store manager’s face and also punched him in the face". Oh what a nice man he is, He certainly needs to be charged with two accounts of assault,

"has admitted shoving the manager away" could this be another charge of assault?

I dont think that the manager needs this sort of agro from any customers, as for being spat on that is disgusting , and in this present climate with Covid every where, this needs to be stopped right now, as for punishment, how can you punish him if hes homeless? its not unreasnable for the manager to ask him to put on a face mask, even if hes not got one, give him one, then there is no excuse.

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Posted in: Kim Kardashian is a billionaire, says Forbes See in context

And with out there dads notoriety, where would they be now?

"She had been named the world's youngest self-made billionaire in 2019 at age 21."

have they really done that all by themselves? without there dads exposure would they be at these dizzy heights?

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Posted in: Rare Superman comic sells for record $3.25 mil See in context

What make me cringe is knowing that if we/I kept those comic from when we were kids, we would be quite wealthy, but you never think that when your a child.

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Posted in: Radio telescope reveals thousands of star-forming galaxies in early universe See in context

13.8 billion years, jees, thats a long time, its hard to fathom that amount of time, its just mind boggling. and credit to the boffins who thought up the concept of gathering data from lots of radio telescopes and then finding an area to all focus on. what's next i wounder? I cant believe that were the only ones out here, I am sure there are more civilisations out their.

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Posted in: Police searching for man who stole tiny fish valued at ¥1.1 million See in context

I would remove the blue dot, lets see the face of the perpetrator !! let him have his 15 minutes of fame.

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympic organizers hit by test event cancelations for some pool sports See in context

What I feel sad about is, not the bungling bureaucracy or the mountaine of red tape, but I feel so sorry for the atherleats that will/wont be arriving for these games, they have trained for hours and hours and days, weeks to get to be the best in the world, they all want to be on that winner rostrum holding there medal, flying there flag for there country. and now its not going to happen. jees, what a mess this whole olympics has been. It must go down in history as one of the worst.

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Posted in: Taiwan minister accepts responsibility for train crash as questions mount See in context

@Joey s, your comment about there safety record is appalling, i beg to differ its quite good in comparison with other countries like India, although Taiwan could do more to improve.

An average of 10 people die on the network every day, either from falling off crowded trains or while crossing the tracks.

Nearly 50,000 people were killed in accidents along tracks and on trains across India from 2015 to 2017, according to Indian Railways data.

"She could not find her daughter. When she yelled, she found her daughter was under the steel panels. She put her effort to move those pieces one by one, but her daughter's voice became quieter and quieter, and then there was no response," he said.

This comment put a lump in my throat, it must be heart breaking being in her situation, god bless them and may they rest in peace

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Posted in: Olympic torch relay to be barred from Osaka public roads: governor See in context

"Rules already require spectators lining the relay route to wear masks and avoid cheering, and the organizers have said legs of the route could be cancelled if overcrowding occurs."

I am puzzeled by this statement, you wont know if it crowded until a few hours before or even a hour before a runner is about to pass by, so are the going to reroute a runer if the pavements are crowded? and how? will the police disperse the crowds? the tube trains are more crowded than some pavements.

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Posted in: Japan scientist awarded Nobel for LED lamp dies at 92 See in context

The light at the end of the tunnel has officially now gone out, RIP Sir.

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Posted in: Britney Spears says she cried for weeks over documentary See in context

@starpunk, i guess you dont like Britney then?

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Posted in: Britney Spears says she cried for weeks over documentary See in context

Cry Me a River!, was originally sung by Ella Fitzgerald. It must be horrendous to live your life in front of the press and media, the fame and money is nice, but its a double edge sword, its hard to go out with out being pestered, cameras shoved in your face, hounded by baying fans, you cant even go to the toilet with out fear of someone taking a picture or stalking you. the mental pressure that these people are under must be unconsevable, thank goodness I am a nobody!

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Posted in: Terumo begins production of 7-shot syringe for COVID-19 vaccine See in context

The UK has given out 35 million first injections and 3.8 million people are fully vaccinated,

The USA 148 million and 53.4 million being fully vaccinated 16.28% of the population

China 115 million, India 63.1 million 9.07 fully vaccinated, even Bangladesh a very poor country has given out 5.2 million injections. come on Japan your well behind.

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Posted in: Big tuna See in context

Why is there 4 holes in the tuna near its tail?

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Posted in: Cherry blossoms' early bloom due to climate change, say experts See in context

I would like to know what kind of high tech piece of equipment did they have in 1612, 1409 and 1236, that could measure the tempreture so accurately?

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Posted in: Health minister apologizes for late-night party by 23 employees See in context

In the UK the police have been giving out fines if people, shops are breaking the rules ie opening, when they shouldn't and fining people if they have traveled unnessery etc, are the Japanese police doing the same? if so is that resturant going to be fined for opening beyond 9pm? how can you tell people not to go out and drink up and close bars, resurants before 9pm, and then have the ordasity do the compeatle opposite? what standards are you setting by doing this? I can see a lot of bars and resturants staying open beyond 9PM now. Ive notice they have not used the old chestnut, "I was drunk and I dont remember"

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Posted in: Tokyo Disney parks abandon 'ladies and gentlemen' announcements See in context

This pampering to everyones need is becoming highly annoying now, you cant say this or that just in case you might offend someone, jeees, its gone stark raving bonkers! i got a vid clip from a freind on my phone the other day, the clip has about 6 people wanting a group photo of them, so they ask the bypasser to take a picture he says, everyone say cheese, one comments sorry iam vegan, then tofu someone object, then another then lets count to 3, objection from a dyslexic person etc its on tictoc if any one wants to look.

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Posted in: Ship 'partially refloated,' but still stuck in Suez Canal See in context

I would not like to have eves dropped on that conversation between the captin and his employers! I am sure there would have been more profanities than a Bernard manning club entertaiment evening.

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Posted in: North Korea snaps back at Biden over criticism of launches See in context

“If the U.S. continues with its thoughtless remarks without thinking of the consequences, it may be faced with something that is not good.”

And what do you propose?

He said the North doesn’t have options other than building “invincible physical power” to defend itself because the United States and South Korea “constantly pose military threats” and continue with their combined military exercises, which the North claims are an invasion rehearsal.

I am not sure if this guy is totally deluded or if he needs some serious medicle help, or it could be hes been listening to the countries only TV station,s continuious 12 hours a day of brain washing propaganda.

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Posted in: What are some of your favorite cherry blossom-viewing spots in Japan? See in context

哲学の道, Tetsugaku-no-michi, lit. Path of Philosophy

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Posted in: Teacher fired for installing spy camera in junior high school toilet See in context

If this guy leaves of his own accord or not, this should be on his work record PERMINANTLY! so which ever school he goes to, each and every governor and employment commits will see this.

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Posted in: Suga to invite Biden to Tokyo Olympics See in context

I am sure Mr Biden will have to quarantine for two weeks before hes allowed into Japan, or may be not.

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Posted in: Woman says she left husband’s body at home because she thought it wouldn’t fit into coffin See in context

After several months of decomposing i am quite sure he will fit in any coffin now, i dont think she should be hounded by the police, i think she needs a bit of help, not a fine or criminal record. poor lady.

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Posted in: Man gets 7 years in prison for fatal abuse of girlfriend’s 3-year-old son See in context

Punching a 3 year old in his stomach??!! ,,,wow your some hard man. wait until you got to the jail, these guys now how to throw a punch. i hope they show you a few manoeuvres.

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Posted in: British citizen arrested for dumping bento trash in mailbox See in context

Since he likes to dirty thing, make him sweep the streets for a couple of weeks picking up litter, and put the rubbish in a bin linner not another post box.

I am sure the Japanese are a very proud nation and they are taught from an early age not to throw litter on the ground, and make the place look untidy, may be we Brits need to teach young children to clean up after them selfs from an early age, especially at school.

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Posted in: Travelers entering Japan have to install location confirmation app, Skype on smartphones See in context

you could buy another cheap crappy phone to enter the country with down load the so called wounder app, to appease the goverment, then chuck it in the bin when you get out side the airport. if you get stopped and aked for it, you can say you lost it.

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