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Posted in: Biden announces milestone of 300 mil vaccine shots in 150 days See in context

Suspicious numbers.

apparently 42% will refuse the vaccines.

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Posted in: Man arrested after 32-hour hostage standoff at internet cafe in Saitama See in context

32 hours without using a toilet is impossible for me.

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Posted in: Drink up, drink fast, drink alone? Tokyo to ease alcohol curbs See in context

There is absolutely no evidence corona virus is seriously caused by alcohol.

So basically we have a few options. Work from home and get drunk. Start drinking at 11am. Meet friends after work in front of the combini for cans and fried chicken

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Posted in: Tokyo gov't begins COVID-19 vaccinations for Olympic workers, media See in context

Takes around six weeks to become effective against the virus that hit Wuhan. Not much information on the vaccines effectiveness on the new rapidly spreading Delta variant. Pfizer and a couple of others say a third booster will be needed as current vaccines are not so effective. Sputnik is also developing a third shot.

people forget that even vaccinated people can get SARS-CoV-2 and can be spreaders as they become hosts.

basically too little, too late and one of most stupid things in this century to host an international event at the height of a constantly transforming virus.

Expect new variants and Japan’s death rate to reach 200,000 by March 2022.

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Posted in: Bear shot dead after rampaging through Sapporo See in context


put it to sleep and take ito the mountains.

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Posted in: Health experts warn of Olympic COVID-19 threat; prefer no spectators See in context

They should be more proactive. One in six people who die are health workers...that’s them!

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Posted in: Iran says nuclear talks closer to deal; Russia says much work remains See in context

Just give them the same number of nukes as Israel and stop the sanctions on ordinary Iranians.

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Posted in: Asia has wary welcome for G7's answer to Belt and Road See in context

Like Nord Stream2, America is a loser again.

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Posted in: Man arrested for sexually assaulting, strangling woman he met online See in context

Schools should teach about the dangers of internet dating. Then kids will grow up savvy.

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Posted in: Japan to begin COVID vaccinations for foreign embassy officials on Monday See in context

It takes over six weeks for vaccines to be effective against old variants. Abacuses or fax machines?

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Posted in: Japan says China's military strategy unclear, of serious concern See in context

It’s pretty obvious Chinese military strategy.

chinese are traders. Have no desire to invade counties and steal the resources. They like friendly trading.

but certain nuclear armed countries have encircled them and threatened them military, economically and with slander.

what would you do if you have to protect the lives of 1.4 billion citizens

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Posted in: Why are Olympics going on despite public opposition, medical warnings? See in context

The article is too long,I give you a short and real answer,money.

And...we are subservient to America who profits from controlling Japan government.

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Posted in: Suga calls on public to watch Olympics on TV as Japan eases state of emergency See in context

Unfortunately we can’t watch reruns of the games from the 40% of multimillion dollar connected who get the Olympic Village apartments after the pesky one year postponed event CAN.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 452 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 1,554 See in context

Its like the polls with 1000 people out of 1750 replying.

really, how many tests?

and if young people are increasingly infected, that means it’s the new vaccine resistant variants.

how did they enter this island country???

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Posted in: Japan looks to ease virus state of emergency ahead of Olympics See in context

Everyone here will watch the Olympics despite what they say.

Two reasons...

it will 24/7 on all Japanese TV stations.

because of strict stressful regulations on foreign competitors, free Japanese athletes will win most of the medals.

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Posted in: New York grapples with growing presence of homeless in midtown Manhattan See in context

So just sweep them under the carpet for the sake of tourism?

better to send them to Alaska and give them housing and jobs.

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Posted in: France eases mask rules; will end nightly virus curfew See in context

Great, but can I fly there and party for a few days from Japan?

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Posted in: Moscow orders compulsory COVID-19 shots for 2 million workers See in context

That’s not very democratic!

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Posted in: UK to require COVID-19 shots for nursing home workers See in context

Next will be microchipping everybody, and compulsory national service.

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Posted in: Vaccine effort turns into slog in U.S. as infectious variant spreads See in context

Spoiler. There is a new variant, not the South Africa one, but the African one that is just starting to spread.

Good luck.

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Posted in: Nuclear reactor problem a new headache for designer and China See in context

Nuclear is outdated, expensive, requires 1000 years of safe radiation storage and an immense security risk.

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Posted in: Child welfare worker fined for indecent behavior with junior high school girl See in context

Sounds consensual.

but why do love hotels allow children to enter with men, and why are 14 year old girls having sex? Too early. 16 maybe, but 14?

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Posted in: Teacher in Japan literally picks up truant kid, carries him out of house to make him go to class See in context

Good job teacher, now his only opinion is suicide, which, happens a lot in Japan.

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Posted in: Japan enacts law to tighten rules for land use near national security sites See in context

The JCP is an extremist organization that is still being monitored by the Public Security Police.

No. It is a community based organization that has high morals and cares about people. They are heroes.

i think if the Japanese government wants such a law, they should publicly list every single “national security” site.

anther way is just to ban foreigners from owning land like in Thailand.

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Posted in: High court judge faces impeachment for inappropriate tweets See in context

Can’t understand what the meaning of his tweets is.

my auntie is a judge and a horrible nasty piece. The stuff she says is rancid, but she has been a judge for about 20 years.

somebody is after him.

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Posted in: No time to waste, warns Japanese climate activist See in context

Solar energy in Japan causes massive forest destruction.

Are you for real. I live in the countryside and travel around a bit. Never seen a single tree cut down for solar. Mostly solar farms are in disused rice paddies as the farmers are too old.

japan needs to utilize geothermal energy.

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Posted in: Japan looks to ease virus state of emergency ahead of Olympics See in context

As japan doesn’t teach human rights in school textbooks, why care about all our elderly(24%) citizens? Just because it is start time for the delta/Indian virus strain, 60-80% more contagious, just let it spread.

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Posted in: Melbourne to allow residents to leave city, despite stubborn virus outbreak See in context

25km from home will take around 7 hours with all the traffic jams.

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Posted in: China set to send first crew to new space station Thursday See in context

China is king!

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Posted in: 'With masters defeated, the slaves can't fight': Taliban eye victory after U.S. exit See in context

Who is arrogant? The Taliban who forces their religious views on the citizens or the Americans who saved lives and helped countless women?

Afghanistan is actually a strict Muslim country not an evangelical Christian country.

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