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Posted in: Pfizer vaccine effective against COVID-19 variants in Japan: study See in context

Good, now how about rolling out the vaccine with a little stronger sense of urgency ?

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Posted in: Japan prepares to inoculate adolescents aged 12-15 against COVID See in context

Japan’s legendary PDCA cycle: Plan Delay Cancel Apologize.

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Posted in: Man kills 6, then himself, at Colorado birthday party shooting See in context

NRA watchdog will say: "why did the party members did not had gun ? It would have saved their lives! Woop-di-doo!"

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Posted in: Pfizer and BioNTech to donate vaccines for Olympic athletes See in context

How would you feel about that?

Pretty awful. It's a shame, a big big shame.

ALL of these vaccines should be going into care homes and into the arms of the 70 plus population, as well as all medical staff. NOT young, fit athletes.

Yes, at least we could have believed common sense dictates it, but all minds are on these useless Olympics.

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Posted in: Strong wind gusts damage 92 buildings in central Japan See in context

Tents were flying around camp sites. Terrible

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Posted in: Virus surge, by-election losses put Suga's future in question See in context

Haha you don’t say! Goodbye Suga already.

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Posted in: Commuter rush seen despite 3rd coronavirus state of emergency See in context

Going to the office and simply be present for a great majority of Japanese is 50% of their job. No wonder this will never change.

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Posted in: Suga says tackling COVID-19 takes priority over general election See in context

right, I don’t believe him.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 414 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 2,832 See in context

Heading towards a stay home for GW.

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

This is a little too much. It feels like gender equality enforcement is in the hands of extremists. Careful with that one, we know where extremism that dictates what people should say/not say can end to.

To find "Ladies and gentlemen" potentially "offensive" is utterly ridiculous to say the least. What's next ?

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Posted in: Restaurant chain operator sues Tokyo gov't over COVID opening hour restrictions See in context

@mikeslikeit

Eesh...where to begin? The conception of rights began not as things prescribed by law or granted by the king, but that exist in nature. America’s Constitution is perhaps one of the strongest reflections of this view—the people declare what powers the government has, with specific reminders that the government has no powers to define or infringe upon various natural rights. But we can also find these sentiments in various documents throughout history, stretching back at least to the Magna Carta.

ROFL what ?

Yours is a view that a totalitarian government might take, but it is incompatible with most democracies, republics, and even some monarchies.

I mentioned some who would reduce imposing restrictions on a pandemic as an authoritarian regime, whichever finery you want to put up in the words you use, it's the same reduction as a simpleton would do. You just do it with much more classy flashy wordings to give you an apparel of wisdom.

It’s plainly untrue that “there is little you can do” against the law.

Because of a pandemic, state of emergency, you are obviously voluntarily taking away the context of this article.

And, no, none of this constitutes anarchy

When you feel you have the freedom to do whatever you want and ignore the law, this is anarchy: rejecting authority and do things on your own accord.

You have no reasoned argument to make, and so you resort to these labels like “anarchy” and “simpleton,” which are meaningless in the context you use them. You are merely making ad hominem attacks, not genuine arguments.

Ah you should have said so earlier that you had no intent to discuss. Your arguments are off topic and would better befit a passionate philosophical (the art to use time to better waste it) debate among idealists.

Now I suggest you check article 12 and 13 of the constitution and review the inspiration of your poetry

Other posters are right to call you out for being obnoxious and offensive.

Sure they are, simpletons hardly accept being told the truth, as cruel as it may be, but a truth that is void of idealism, which is the bias lens through which you are looking at the case.

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Posted in: Restaurant chain operator sues Tokyo gov't over COVID opening hour restrictions See in context

8pm is an arbitrary time based on nothing and can only be considered a foolish edict. If an edict is issued that you can only wear red color clothing after 6pm when there is a pandemic, would you follow such a foolish edict without question?

Perhaps you will, but I suspect most of us will not.

What an idiocy to write. I maintain my statement of simpleton is again very appropriate here.

Under the revised law, businesses can be fined up to 300,000 yen if they do not comply.

I don't see any edict, the article mentions a "law", hello ?

Can you prove that not closing the restaurants after 8 PM had no effect at decreasing the daily numbers of infection from January to March ?

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Posted in: Restaurant chain operator sues Tokyo gov't over COVID opening hour restrictions See in context

It's your duty as a citizen to resist unjust laws. And that's nowhere near anarchy, by the way. An unbridled and unaccountable government is something worse than anarchy.

And that is how a simpleton would analyze the situation: comparing the pandemic to a coup, comparing shooting people vs imposing shorter closing hours. Comparing any "attempt" on "freedom" as an authoritarian regime: that's what simpletons uses as an excuse to get what they want.

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Posted in: Restaurant chain operator sues Tokyo gov't over COVID opening hour restrictions See in context

is illegal and unconstitutional as it infringes the right to freedom of business

for heavens sake, in any country the frame of your « freedom » is set by the law. If the law says you must close because of a pandemic there is little you can do. These poor fellows are using the arguments of simpletons that believe they are free to do whatever they want and ignore the law: that’s anarchy by the way.

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Posted in: Japan receives 6th batch of Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine See in context

J- govt will consider setting up panel of experts to study Britain,s method, the report should take no longer than 6 months to release. But as everyone knows Japanese arms are thinner than Europeans and those needles mighty long, so....

not to mention that the experts final report must be able to be sent through a fax

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Posted in: Trump to launch own social media platform: ex-aide See in context

Now that’s going to be quite the zoo: all Qanon followers, White supremacist and idiots gathering in a loud messy platform to devise on hundreds of conspiracy theories and roar.

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Posted in: 'Put me in jail': Fierce COVID vaccine resistance for Republicans See in context

That’s fair, but if they get sick refuse admission to hospital and let them learn the hard way how being selfish can be painful by locking them down on their home.

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Posted in: Suga pledges he'll do utmost to prevent virus rebound See in context

Victory against the virus ? What a silly joke.

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Posted in: Barring fans from abroad for Tokyo Olympics creates many questions See in context

Get lost olympics. There is no more « Olympic » spirit just pure business.

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympic creative chief quits over derogatory remark about Naomi Watanabe See in context

"Olympig" ? Tell that to Naomi face to face and see how hilarious she'd find the joke.

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Posted in: N Korean leader's sister slams U.S., S Korea See in context

I wonder if her brother is stealing her meal, the difference between her sick-like thinness and the super sized Chubby Kim suggest so.

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Posted in: Fans to be barred from Tokyo Olympic torch relay start See in context

Predictable since nobody appears to be interested to watch those games except for the sponsors. No big loss to be honest

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Posted in: China says it is exercising self-restraint against Japanese ships near Senkakus See in context

Japan should send out their far right wing cuckoos on a ship straight after china coast guard vessels. Kill two birds with one stone.

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Posted in: Americans support restricting unvaccinated people from offices, travel: poll See in context

How are they going to check who is and who is not vaccine free?

Easy...

Das papers please... at every door.

Yeah "Land of the Free"

ROFL, you are quite THE specimen!

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Posted in: Americans support restricting unvaccinated people from offices, travel: poll See in context

US polls don't usually accurately reflect the true will of the people

That is what an ignorant in statistics would say.

Strange how those who are afraid of the virus demand that they be allowed to go out and about and those who are not afraid of it be forced to stay home. This doesn't seem right.

Ever considered what isn't right may be what your concerned mind tries to put together ?

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Posted in: Americans support restricting unvaccinated people from offices, travel: poll See in context

It’s downright hypocritical if not stupid to pretend to care for people’s jobs when you don’t care for their lives!!

it is stupidity, the one that cannot be cured and is utterly dangerous, ergo discussing with this lot is a complete waste of time. Yet keeping them at bay where they are will help wiping this covid away for good.

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Posted in: Americans support restricting unvaccinated people from offices, travel: poll See in context

Glad to see that the majority of people have sense. Anti vaxxers, conspiracy theories spreaders and other loonies of the sort are best kept where they are, we don't want them to spread worst than the covid: their utter stupidity.

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Posted in: IOC members worry about banning overseas fans from Olympics See in context

It has come to « let’s make the event a Japan only thing », here comes the Japanlympics.

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Posted in: Majority of Nagasaki high schools have white-underwear-only rules, study finds See in context

By focusing on the choice of color, instead of the resulting visibility or lack thereof, schools are in effect granting themselves the authority to look at students’ underwear, and also in effect forcing students to let teachers, classmates, and school staff know what color of bra and panties they’re wearing on school days.

Oh they'd be quite horrified to see what would come to these teacher if this "check" happened to my daughter.

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Posted in: Woman dies from brain hemorrhage days after receiving coronavirus vaccine, but link uncertain See in context

No doubt, the vaccine has and will cause side effects and death has been linked to be one of them

And your irrefutable proof about this brilliant assertion of your is ?

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