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Posted in: Do you think hanami (cherry blossom viewing) gatherings in parks should be discouraged in order to lessen the spread of the coronavirus infections? See in context

Most people are just viewing cans of alcohol at hanami, not the flowers. They can still do that at home or "view" cherry blossoms on the net or on the morning, afternoon, evening or midnight newscasts.

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Posted in: Trump hints he may run again in 2024, proposes new voting limits See in context

Bad writing. It will ensure the Republicans don't win again.

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Posted in: Trump hints he may run again in 2024, proposes new voting limits See in context

"Our movement of proud, hard-working American patriots is just getting started, and in the end we will win. We will win," Trump said in a speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Orlando, Florida.

You got beaten by 8 million votes and didn't win either a popular vote in either election. I hope you do run again because it will ensure you DON'T win AGAIN.

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Posted in: Woman who fell to death from 9th floor was thrown by husband, police allege See in context

Thought he could get away with it but good thing they did an autopsy. Those seem rare from what I've read here.

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Posted in: Mizuho restores ATMs, online services after glitch See in context

"For customers whose cash cards, bank books, etc, have been taken, we will notify you and return the items at a later date."

Oh, you will? How nice to hear. Please choose the most convenient date for you. I don't need the card or bankbook for anything.

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Posted in: Japan's android pets ease virus isolation See in context

What the hell is 'virus isolation?' Don't know anyone who is sitting at home 24/7 by themselves with the curtain closed and has no friends or family member to chat with. Try a Zoom or Line chat. Those contain real PEOPLE.

During Japan's virus state of emergency, the capital became "stark and empty", she said.

Funny how the trains seem to be fairly packed though. The weirdness just gets weirder.

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Posted in: Republicans test history in vote against pandemic relief See in context

Let the Republicans dig their own graves. The package has widespread support from the public even in red states but it's nice of them to clearly show the world their real concern is more about themselves. Can't figure how anyone would support these unpatriotic liars.

That divide is playing out this weekend at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Orlando, Florida, where Trump himself is expected to attack his party's establishment on Sunday as he returns to the public stage for the first time since leaving the White House.

He's never really left the public stage and he didn't leave the White House either. He was booted out by the American public for being a disaster to the country. Hope he wrecks the Republican party even more than he has already.

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Posted in: 71-year-old man arrested over hammer attack on resident at apartment building See in context

Seniors having anger issues is a regularity on the crime blotter. The dragon lady next door to me back in the early nineties complained about everything. If the roaches walked too heavily she would call the cops but I knew her main problem was I was a gaijin with a young hot Japanese wife and she was neither hot nor young. Her kids were angels, though, and never made any noise at all. We went at it regularly.

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Posted in: Father may have attempted murder suicide with children in car: police See in context

Tragic. Kill yourself if you want but not the innocents. Thirty years minimum.

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Posted in: Japan to begin allowing foreign Olympic athletes' entry next month: Nikkei See in context

They can come but I'm not going.

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Posted in: Trump supporters want to 'blow up' Capitol, police chief warns See in context

A lot of Americans are just now realizing that while we were busy worrying about communism, the Cold War, the Soviet Union, Hezbollah, al-Qaida, bin-Laden and ISIS, the biggest threat was actually right here in our own yard. I met many of these far-right types in the U.S. military too and some even told me things directly like how their family hated people who didn't look like them. What happened on Jan. 6th was a watershed event and shows just how real this threat has become.

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Posted in: Former U.S. Olympics gymnastics coach dies by suicide after being charged See in context

Took the coward's way out. Despicable POS.

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Posted in: A mister no more: Mr Potato Head goes gender neutral See in context

It's more about the almighty dollar than trying to relate and reflect. Whatever the case, I'm glad I grew up way before this and don't have any kids.

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Posted in: Turkish pilots, official get 4-year jail over Ghosn escape See in context

Come on. Suspend the sentences. It's the way Japan would do it were the situation reversed.

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Posted in: Cherokee Nation asks Jeep to 'retire' name of SUV See in context

finally richFeb. 24  01:54 pm JST

Then stop using english/european languages. Don't wear whitey's outfit. Don't use the internet.

People have been trying that but whitey gets upset. Trust me. Been through it many times. I can give many examples - don't like you using your own language or dialect in many places (many Natives can tell you this), don't want you wearing your own traditional clothes or hairstyles and will discriminate against you, can't play your kind of music. A lot of what you may think is originally from Europe and America, etc or created solely by white people actually is/was not.

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Posted in: What are some past TV shows that could no longer be aired because they would be considered politically incorrect? See in context

The Benny Hill Show - He once had a scene where there's a guy putting up a sign outside the office of a therapist but the guy separated the first three letters from the rest of the word. Funny stuff in the 1970s but won't fly now and he had many skits involving semi-nude women, blackface and abuse of the elderly, just to name a few. I still watch that show on YouTube. Great stuff!

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Posted in: Tiger Woods seriously injured in California car crash See in context

Looking at that wreckage, he's lucky to be alive. Never understand why these uber-rich celebrities don't hire full-time drivers and he sure seems to need one based on his history. Hope he has a speedy recovery.

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Posted in: Japan renews claim on South Korea-held island See in context

Our weekly dose of Japan-South Korea tension. My popcorn has gone stale.

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Posted in: Man gets out of taxi on Akashi-Kaikyo Bridge; then jumps to his death See in context

The driver actually stopped! What was he thinking?

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Posted in: Kyoto slammed for manga telling people not to talk at restaurants See in context

Glad I went there years ago, before they got too full of themselves.

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Posted in: WhatsApp to move ahead with privacy update despite backlash See in context

Only on What's App because of the family. I am going to drop it like it's hot.

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Posted in: Proud Boys suspect's lawyers blame Trump for Capitol attack See in context

telling a federal magistrate judge that the five weeks since then “have broken the fever dream.”

Yeah, sure and especially when you are staring at years in the pen. It's amazing how one's perspective can suddenly change. Throw the book at this coward.

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Posted in: A visit to Matsumoto City, a shining star on the historical ‘Mitsuboshi Kaidou’ See in context

Realized my errors after posting so let me apologize to Toyama, as some of those places are in that prefecture, not Nagano. My last sentence in the previous post should read: The area has a lot to offer.

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Posted in: A visit to Matsumoto City, a shining star on the historical ‘Mitsuboshi Kaidou’ See in context

One of my favorite spots in the country. The first time I went there, I did not see even one scrap of garbage on the streets! The people were more cordial than in this area, too. Between Kurobe Dam, the Alpen Route, Kamikochi, Karuizawa, here and many other places, Nagano has a lot to offer.

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Posted in: No-go zone See in context

They might be hovering but they certainly aren't floating. Might be dead in the water soon too.

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Posted in: Japan petitions to add 40 traditional folk dances to UNESCO’s Intangible Cultural Heritage list See in context

JAPANESCO strikes again! Just put everything on the list - unique air, water, staircases, way of sneezing, train announcements - you name it and I can see its intangibility in a place where self-obsession and ''modesty'' go hand-in-hand.

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Posted in: Osaka beats Williams to reach Australian Open final See in context

If you were still playing at top-level in any sport at thirty-nine, after giving birth to a child, you should get lots of press. Twenty-four Grand Slam trophies says so.

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Posted in: Britain's Captain Tom Moore received online abuse in weeks before death See in context

The man did something wonderful but as the saying goes, no good deed goes unpunished. This is not about Captain Moore, but I often wonder why people on any type of social media really are surprised to get hate messages. There are so many people out there just living to hate any and everything. I am not surprised at all by this. It's great that he never knew but very hard on his family.

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Posted in: Rush Limbaugh, ‘voice of American conservatism,’ dies at 70 See in context

larger than life

Not. Won't miss him either.

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Posted in: 91-year-old man fatally stabbed at home; son arrested See in context

Killed his ninety-one-year-old father! Dad probably told him it was time to leave the nest and actually become a productive member of society.

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