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Posted in: As Diet opens, Suga pledges to get pandemic under control, hold Olympics See in context

Control the virus and hold the Olympics in just a couple of months? Is he a meta human or does he know something we don’t?

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Posted in: Japan scrambles to deny reports that Olympics cancelation possible See in context

Clutch that straw Tokyo!

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Posted in: In Tokyo, some drink on despite gov't request for bars to close at 8 p.m. See in context

Of course there were still many people out drinking. Tokyoites are well known for their selfishness.

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Posted in: Former IOC vice president says U.N. could decide fate of Tokyo Olympics See in context

Australia is currently trying to hold the Open Tennis with very few COVID cases and a few hundred international visitors and it’s proving to be near impossible. How is Tokyo going to hold an Olympic event with thousands of COVID cases and tens of thousands of visitors?

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Posted in: Man arrested over ex-wife’s murder See in context

She divorced a violent and abusive husband and continued to live with him? She should have kicked his abusive butt out onto the street.

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Posted in: Caught off-guard by scant testing, Japan battered by COVID winter See in context

Caught off guard? More like, ignored the consequences of being unprepared for the inevitable.

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Posted in: No. of virus patients recuperating at home tops 30,000 See in context

In other countries they built temporary hospitals and took over schools, gymnasiums and stadiums to house the patients. In Japan however, they send them home. How wonderful, not!

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Posted in: Man arrested for soliciting prostitution from high school girl See in context

It takes two to tango.

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Posted in: Saizeriya president calls requests not to eat out for lunch ‘nonsense’ See in context

Why don’t these wombats realize the longer they stay closed the quicker the virus will dissipate and they will be back in business sooner? The only way to stop the spread of this virus is to stop people interacting.

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Posted in: Do you think the post-pandemic world will be awash with corporate bankruptcies and prolonged unemployment in most countries? See in context

I voted, no. The post pandemic world is fiction. We will never be 100% rid of this virus. The world will never be the same again. Yes, many businesses will go down the spout but other will thrive and will balance out. The world will have to adapt and evolve. International travel will never be the same. It will mean a new education for the whole world to live with this virus coz it will be with us forever.

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Posted in: 39-year-old man arrested for killing mother, sister on New Year’s Eve See in context

Gees! These family murders seem to happen a lot in Japan.

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Posted in: Japan to expand virus state of emergency beyond Tokyo as cases top 300,000 See in context

This is something that has to be done, but I really don’t think the J-Gov understands just how badly this will effect their economy or how many people are going to be out of work (and money) because of it. Japan likes to boast it is a rich country, but this could result in 50% of the working population living in poverty. It’s time for them to open their coffers and start spreading this wealth among the people who will desperately need it.

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Posted in: Gov't to support suppliers of eateries hit by virus emergency See in context

The government needs to support everybody during this crisis not just a few different sectors. The trickle down effect of the state of emergency closures effects just about everybody.

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Posted in: Domestic violence cases in Japan hit record high in FY2020 See in context

I guess couples really find out how much they like each other when they have to spend a lot of time together. Obviously, many couples don’t like each other as much as they should.

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Posted in: Suga, Bill Gates agree vaccines key for Tokyo Olympics See in context

What Olympics? Are they still holding onto the thread of hope that they are going to go ahead? They are banking on vaccines that haven’t even been developed yet. Dreams are free!

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Posted in: 64-year-old woman arrested over death of 90-year-old mother See in context

Yep! No doubt it’s another case of full time carer becoming a part time murderer.

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Posted in: Gov't to expand state of emergency to cover Osaka, Kyoto, Hyogo See in context

So, the state of emergency gives local governments the power to urge businesses to close early. Yeah, that’ll work.

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Posted in: Izakaya stagger under blow of 2nd coronavirus state of emergency See in context

Think of all the teenagers who just lost their jobs for a month. I don’t think Tokyo is fully aware or prepared for the financial hardship this will create besides businesses struggling.

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Posted in: New Mercedes screen to stretch nearly full width of car See in context

Awesome! More gadgets to breakdown.

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Posted in: Osaka, Kyoto, Hyogo prefectures to request state of emergency See in context

Any fool knew that Tokyo and other major cities in Japan were just relying on luck to keep their virus numbers down, especially with the government promoting an idiotic travel campaign during a viral pandemic. Now, it seems their luck has run out and they are not prepared at all. Good luck to the people of Japan. The latency and ignorance shown by the J-Gov over the last six months is gonna come back and bite them in the butt big time and cost the country billions and, I reckon they can forget the Olympics.

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Posted in: Father arrested for child abuse after one-month-old son suffers brain damage See in context

 he shook his son because he wouldn’t stop crying but denied any intent to injure him.

So, in his twisted little mind shaking a one month old baby is acceptable behavior. Some people should not be allowed to have children at all.

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Posted in: Anxiety mounts over another state of emergency in Tokyo, neighboring areas See in context

Japan is a strange place with very strange laws and constitution. The government doesn’t have the power to make businesses close and to deny people the right to make a living. Only under a state of emergency can the government place restrictions on businesses, but they cannot force them to comply nor can they penalize those who ignore the restrictions. Sadly, with the economic focus and failures in Japanese society the threat of the pandemic is not as scary as the threat of bankruptcy. Combine this with a dismal welfare system and very limited government support and you see a country in deep trouble with the worst yet to come.

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Posted in: Japanese cheerleaders lift spirits amid pandemic See in context

Oh, yes! There’s nothing like having underaged teenage girls jump around in short skirts to lift the spirits of the working class men albeit somewhat immoral.

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Posted in: New coronavirus cases in Tokyo soar to 2,447; nationwide tally 7,570 See in context

Say goodbye to the Olympics.

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Posted in: No. of JR passengers down 68% in holiday period to record low due to virus See in context

And, the virus is still raging away. Imagine how many new cases of COVID could have arisen if they didn’t drop the Go To campaign and passenger numbers were not decreased.

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Posted in: Suga to declare state of emergency for Tokyo, 3 neighboring prefectures on Thursday night until Feb 7 See in context

Residents of the area covered by the state of emergency -- Tokyo, Kanagawa, Chiba and Saitama prefectures -- will not be subject to a hard lockdown as some other countries have imposed.

That would be the countries that have reduced numbers of new cases to very single figures and cut community transmissions to near zero. Tokyo is really banking on the Olympics going ahead, but it’s not going to happen with 1500 new cases every day.

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Posted in: Man arrested for forging prized popsicle sticks to win Pokemon cards See in context

A 43 year old forging ice block sticks to get Pokémon cards? Seriously? What’s the bet he still lives at home with his mum and is unemployed too? What a loser!

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Posted in: As state of emergency looms over virus, some experts say one month won't be long enough See in context

The olympics are just around the corner. If they are gonna do something they had better do it soon and do it well or there will be no olympics.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports record high 1,591 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 6,001 See in context

So where are all the zealots spouting rubbish like, Japanese are immune to the virus and Japanese culture saves the spread of the virus? Japan is in trouble and no amount of teeth sucking is going to stop the spread of this virus. It’s way passed time they stopped worrying about how much it will cost them and started taking real action against the virus to stop it as quickly as possible. Months longer they procrastinate the more it will end up costing the country.

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Posted in: Japan to lose trillions of yen in consumption with virus emergency See in context

The J-gov has been sitting back watching the new cases rise. They only have themselves to blame.

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