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

We are a few day away from february, the Olympics is suppose to start in June or July, more than half the people in Japan has not received the vaccination. The athletes usually arrive months ahead of the games. This is totally unorganized the IOC should postpone the games, but its all economic, and political. I think the IOC wants Japan to cancel the games and eat the cost, by doing so the IOC will not be on tap for providing the funding for pushing the games to after the virus gets under control.

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Posted in: Tokyo to cut back on athletes at Olympics opening ceremony See in context

Organizers said they would also "reconsider" how many athletes can take part in the ceremonies, and how to get them into the stadium safely. Organizers may have to ask athletes from other countries to volunteer in taking part of the Olympics period.

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

Hinano Matsuike, should have just waited until he went to sleep and before he did that said sleep well. Boiled water and then gave him a very nice bath.

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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

*"There are many times we need to talk business over drinks. That kind of communication is necessary to do business," said 48-year-old Motoki Mori, the owner of an event production company who was headed to a bar with his business partner. "I don't think you can put a cut-off time on that." *Now i understand why Japanese men always use the excuse I was drunk, any kind of effort to them is business as usual!

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Posted in: Student not covering nose with mask disqualified from taking university exams See in context

It wasn't their child so they don't care!!! Rules are rules and rules are made to be broken to make another rule.

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Posted in: Japan's 2nd state of emergency met with public indifference See in context

COMING SOON TOTAL SHUT DOWN as the number of cases continue to rise and people still going about their normal lives and ignoring the emergency the only way people are going to stay home is with a cost, a penalty for being out. People may not like it, but they have to keep in mind. Japan wants this under control because they want the Olympics to take place. Its all about economics they have invested a lot of time an money and if the Olympics doesn't happen they lose face and money!

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Posted in: Tech giants banished Trump. Now things get complicated See in context

Eventually the people will turn on MASS COMMUNICATION, the FB and Twitters have gotten out of control, if they can sensor the president they will start deciding what people can and cannot post on their websites. In America we have the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution which protects freedom of expression from government, but the new hacks have their way and they are now using it on the people. They have too much control, now I understand why in the past when there was an overthrow of a government the first thing the people did was seize the radio and tv stations. Now here in America you can't blog if you say something they will shut you down, even here on JT its the same.

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Posted in: Why do you think government leaders wear work overalls at press conferences ad meetings during crises like the coronavirus? See in context

Appearance is everything, and the government thinks the average person is stupid. Their thought process is you have to tell and let the public hear what they want to hear, see and make them believe that they too are working hard, but out of sight do the opposite.

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Posted in: Good reception See in context

When there is money involved politics rule common sense is thrown out! Money over virus even if it cost a few lives!! Thats the governments thought process.

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Posted in: WHO team arrives in Wuhan to search for pandemic origins See in context

WHO = When How Okay

The WHO ask China

When and where did this virus come from, China I don't know HOW this happened but you are looking at the wrong country. T*he WHO says OKAY! **CHINA ***Investigation OVER!!**

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Posted in: 6 high school students arrested for beating up 15-year-old boy See in context

These motorcycle gang members are breeding grounds for the YAKS, after getting points they go on to become members or Yakuza.

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Posted in: Head of medical body says nationwide state of emergency an option See in context

Head of medical body says nationwide state of emergency an option

I have been saying this for the longest with getting thumbs down, as you can see daily the numbers are continuing to rise. There are very little controls in place to stop this mad virus. The only way to do this is a TOTAL LOCK DOWN. The government wants to do this, they are a business and they do not want to take a loss with as much as they have already invested in this boon dongle Olympics this year.

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Posted in: Man served 6th arrest warrant for drugging intoxicated woman, sexually assaulting her See in context


*This is premeditated rape aggravated by using a drug. Sounds like a Japanese version of Bill Cosby. I think life in prison is appropriate. **Why not a Japanese version of ***Harvey Weinstein?**

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

With people more stressed and worried about life as the corona virus pandemic forces them to spend more time at home

Here you have a country and a culture that expects each other to conform. Spouses get married barely knowing each other perhaps. Working together was probably great but living together they realized its not like dating, the wife leaves the job, she has to take the role as care giver for the family. The husbands income is now the family only source of income, prior to that she had an income. Money was not like it was when they were dating because the had each other income. The husbands works late comes home late, there is probably little or no interaction in a very small apartment or perhaps home. The wife is stressed because she has the kid(s) to look after all day. The husband is stressed because he doesn't like his work or his boss, what ever the case may be. The husband job now as him working from home and he can not go out and drink after work, the wife can't go meet her friends while the kids are in school. They both began to realize what are they to each other, so they start to fuss and argue. The kids are the innocent ones so one or the other starts to take their anger out on the weakest link in the house which is the child. Perhaps they both may have hidden partners and they are feeling the pressure from that because they can't see them. In the end the violence always turns to the weakest link which is the child or the wife if there is no children in the home. The corona virus has changed many people and altered their way of life, it happened so fast and people do not like to be forced to make changes they like to grow into them. With all that is going on the man feels he has to provide for his family and I am sure he wants to do that but the stress and the current environment puts him at rest, and the women they want to be care for they want to have comfort knowing they can care for their children. If the husband can not communicate to his wife and provide evidence that everything is OK that will set both off in a panic mode. She has the purse she knows, he just works and if she nags him about his job security during this time that is enough to drive him to drinking and causing perhaps mental and physical abuse from both partners.

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Posted in: Chinese city tests millions amid fresh virusoutbreak See in context

*10 million people have been ordered to undergo a second round of testing as authorities seek to isolate the sources of the outbreak. In Wuhan, where 11 million people were placed under lock down for 76 days last winter during the early days of the pandemic. *Living in China the people don't have a choice, it is what it is, and that is, what the government demands. The only options one has is, you either do as they say, or you die resisting.

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Posted in: New Asahi Super Dry cans generate more head with wide-mouth to recreate beer mug drinking See in context

What the new Asahi Super Dry cans generate is more head with wide-mouth to recreate beer mug drinking so that you can drink quickly and move on to the next beer!

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Posted in: Watch your step See in context

The sign should say sober up first don't drink and ride! Not Puking saves lives

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Posted in: Asian stocks mixed as markets watch for Biden stimulus plan See in context

Just like the virus is wrecking havoc on peoples lives, just wait until the second quarter of this year. We will really see where, jobs and peoples finances are headed. All of this is speculative, the big wrecking ball hasn't dropped yet. Its coming!

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Posted in: Man steals taxi; switches to another cab, then flees without paying fare See in context

He went for a joy ride!!

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Posted in: Japan's current account surplus rises 29% in Nov; up for 3rd straight month See in context

Wait until they count the country count the losses from the Olympics

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

Ok yes the guy is super rich and yes he is trying to save lives at what cost? Nothing that guy is worth over 53 billion if only he and the other super rich would spread their wealth in terms of putting it in cities and countries where the people can have an earn a descent living then I would say he and others are helping, right now the only thing I could think of for keeping the poor a live is to keep a steady stream of people living to keep their cash flowing in.

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Posted in: Support for Olympics hits new low in Japan: poll See in context

IT WON'T HAPPEN!! The government expect people to confine themesleves to their homes and not go out except to work but on the other hand expect them to come out and support to olympics.

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Posted in: Apple, Amazon suspend Parler social network from App Store and web hosting service See in context

Seems clear to me these 3 companies are using the riot as a CHANCE to try to suppress conservative voices. These companies can have their writes post what their views are on a given topic but they have shut down ALL BLOGGING. Unlike other countries you can still blog but not in the land of freedom of expression these companies are using this as a way of controlling voices period!

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Posted in: Universal basic income proposal by Suga adviser may be hard sell in Japan See in context

I think UBI would be good for "QUALIFIED" single parents and not to those who work. I think it those mothers who are stiffed by dead beat dads or mothers who don't want to pay for child support. Its not that these mothers can't work they are part of a system that prevent women from working and if they do work it basically what the government would probably give them for a working wage. Child care is expensive so perhaps even if they do work at least that UBI could offset some of the cost!

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Posted in: Japan to extend ¥9 bil loan to Paraguay for stable electricity supply See in context

**I thought this article was about Japan extending ¥9 bil loan to Paraguay for stable electricity supply **What does the US have to do with this?

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Posted in: Man arrested over murder of woman in Kagoshima last year See in context

This idiot Tabata had already been arrested after confining a woman whom he met on a social networking site and then goes out and kills at knifepoint in Iwakiri's car. Show him the rope open the trap door done!!

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Posted in: Virus rules tightened in province near Beijing See in context

WAIT last i read China had this virus thing under control!! ANOTHER LIE!

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Posted in: Man arrested after injuring, robbing woman in her 90s See in context

This is a situation that will become daily as people continue to lose their employment and their minds. This idiot* snatched a 90+ year old handbag containing about 100,000 yen in cash so that he could go to a pachino parlor to enjoy his habit. On top of that when she tried to protect herself Kobayashi kicked her to the ground breaking her arm. He admitted to the charge saying he needed money but doesn’t remember kicking the woman. *Like I said this idiot has lost his mind or is pretending to not remember as if the lady just fell on the ground and gave him the money. The logic says the idiot is unemployed he was tracked down by surveillance camera footage to a pachinko parlor now where did you get the money from idiot. I bet he say he doesn't remember that too

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Posted in: 10 die in snow-related incidents over weekend See in context


Why do the elderly always ignore these things? Every single year

Have you ever thought that everyone is not affected the same way every year? The snow is heavier in some areas and not as much in others. Some elderly people perhaps don't read or have internet in remote areas where they don't get the information. Most of the elderly that I know don't want to bother people they just want to live their simple lives out the best they can, regardless of asking for help. Yada yada yada why don't they install a system or pay some one, these elderly people are on fixed incomes. It seems like people here have all the solutions but can't seem to understand the problems. We will all get old and I am willing to bet we will make the same mistakes that we see happening today. If there was a fix we would not be reading about it as often as most people say it happen.

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Posted in: Young Japanese celebrate Coming-of-Age Day under COVID's shadow See in context

Was this coming of age ceremony a coming of many death ceremony? Lets hope not one poster wrote you only become 20 once, that I agree with and you only have one life on this earth I rather play it safe than be sorry.

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