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Posted in: If a person dies immediately after inoculation, it is only natural that the bereaved family would want to know the truth. Medical institutions need to try to provide careful explanations. See in context

zichi - I think you mean 40million Yen compensation from the Chinese government.....

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Posted in: Tokyo cheerleader cafe adds male cheerleader service See in context

Gogogo, "it's a hostess bar, gateway to escorts"......

Now, how do you know that ?

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Posted in: Britain, Japan agree to strengthen trade and security partnership See in context

Dan, Simon,

Don't listen to the tittle-tattle tabloid-nonsense and other unsubstantiated hearsay - the open- / broad- / liberal-minded cognoscenti recognise the headway the UK is trying to make in dealing with the wider-world's businesses and economies.

Most Brits don't give a flying-fig about the silly domestic arguments, the pecadillos of the guys in charge, the petty functionaries of the EU - we only see the bigger-picture of real people conducting real business, just as I've managed to achieve with my business connections in Tokyo, New York, various European cities, the Middle East, from my London base. Business people are only really interested in encouraging the enablers and simply making sure business can get done.

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Posted in: Britain, Japan agree to strengthen trade and security partnership See in context

"UK run by an imbecile.

Japan also run by an imbecile.

Perfect match...."

I don't think so UK is actually run by an incredibly astute, charismatic and dynamic operator - he is a brilliant academic, a guy who actually gets things done (egs. lockdowns, mass vaccination roll-outs, booming-economy, getting-the-hell-out-of-the-European-muddlers-and-morons)..... small wonder that he's very popular really.

Whereas the Japanese SupremoSuga has all the appeal of a dithering tadpole, and unfortunately has the appearance of your average Tokyo taxi-driver.

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Posted in: Roaches thriving amid coronavirus See in context

"Cockroaches Spread Diseases" ......

and yet the Chinese love them - deep-fried cockroach-cluster with a side-order of bat-wings anyone ?

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Posted in: Roaches thriving amid coronavirus See in context

Interesting that Cleo, we used to have a cat that ate them, quite nutritious I think, and didn't cause him any harm !!

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Posted in: Kusama exhibit in New York See in context

Robert, I think you meant 'she'......

Spitfire, I think you meant 'white dots'.....

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Posted in: Tears and cheers as Matsuyama Masters victory thrills Japan See in context

This was a brilliant hard-fought win for Hideki - he held off the challenges well, and is a highly-respected professional and very worthy winner.

Just one thing though, in all of the effusive tributes in the JT report here, it was a shame that there was no mention of the success achieved last week by Tsubasa Kajitani, who won the Augusta National Women's Amateur Championship - which would have been nice in the new gender-conscious Japan. Just saying......

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Posted in: China cautions Japan ahead of U.S.-Japan summit See in context

Let's be realistic - China may call itself a great Communist state, but even this is a lie: it's a vicious totalitarian dictatorship, which ruthlessly rules its' 1.4 billion people with a rod of iron.

It spies and eavesdrops on them at every city/town/village level, it demands total obedience from them, and controls every single aspect of their miserable lives. It's industrial expansion is so carelessly vast that the people are forced to breathe the disgusting polluted air, which leads inevitably to massive numbers of early-deaths.

But history tells us in the 1940's and '50's under Mao and his acolytes, during the massive famines of The Great Leap Forward and the Cultural Revolution, which brought about 30 to 50 million deaths, which the elites cared not a jot about. This evil leadership should be overthrown, and maybe the country is ripe for another Revolution - we can all make an effort to bring this about by totally boycotting China. It will be a horrendously bloody fight, but it's one that has to happen.

First you face up to the bully, then you take him down......

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympic torch relay providing cultural showcase amid pandemic See in context

I genuinely feel very sorry for the Japanese people, who are putting enormous efforts into showcasing every aspect of their culture in every region of the tour, if it all ends badly for them at the last-minute with a "Sorry folks, show cancelled" .

To think that all of this has been caused by their biggest disruptive neighbour, from which this malificent plague emanated too, carefully choreographed by the disgraceful CCP itself of course..... I'm guessing the feelings of resentment towards them can only grow.

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

It's interesting to see that this makes the national news coverage here - Japan prides itself on being a clean and considerate place, which we always respect.

It's a good job this guy's not posting his trash in Malaysia or Singapore, or he'd be facing their horrendously vicious corporal punishments for sure.

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Posted in: Amazon jumps into health care with telemedicine initiative See in context

I like the design-concept of the helix structure, with its' dual function of offices and external climbing-tower, but does the development include the 3 tall blocks around the helix building - wasn't clear from the report......

If so, it's another big Amazon presence planned, they're certainly taking over !

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympics hit by yet another scandal over demeaning comments See in context

Seems like the whole Olympics fiasco is seriously doomed now, with the despatch of another one of the old muppets - which is probably the source of his great inspirational suggestion, the fabulously charismatic Miss Piggy !

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Posted in: COVID-19 inoculations in Japan off to snail pace start due to vaccine, syringe shortages See in context

You really have to hand the Gold-Medal to them, the World's Masters of Procrastination !!

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