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Posted in: Saitama police chief arrested for stealing rolls of toilet paper See in context

Those two-ply rolls are hard to find sometimes.

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Posted in: 'Girl from Ipanema:' Re-imagining a classic for today's Rio See in context

Looks like she has great ball-handling skills.

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Posted in: A third child? No, thanks, say young Chinese See in context

China wants its women to have more children but for many young people, the government's big promises of support mean little because of soaring living costs and changing mindsets about families.

Well, Japan just wants its women to have children.

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Posted in: Fun, foul-mouthed reunion for Turner, Douglas on ‘Kominsky’ See in context

She WAS soooo nice. Time flies.

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Posted in: Deep snow on Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route best seen in June See in context

Such an awesome spot! It is a must-see on a trip to that area.

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Posted in: Man arrested over sexual assault of 10-year-old girl 8 years ago See in context

POS. Let him rot for a few decades in prison. Feel really sorry for the poor young lady and her dad must just be devastated at the thought that he unwittingly let this molester into his daughter's life. Great job on the wife for having the courage to turn in this deviant and possibly destroy her life in the process. I can't imagine what I would think had I seen something like that on the computer of a loved one.

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Posted in: Cruz accuses Biden of being soft on Israel's foes and inviting further violence See in context

Oh, how I wish I could take a Cruz to Cancun and leave him there forever.

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Posted in: Japanese cook shaves head in apology after customer complaint See in context

A big deal over nothing. National news. Tweets. More false humility.

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Posted in: Sex workers, AV actresses tread lightly when searching for a spouse See in context

> StrangerlandMay 30 10:17 am JST

Marriage is a subscription

> I truly hope you aren't married. If you are, I feel bad for your partner.

> My god, if my wife and I had thought that way, our marriage wouldn't still be filled with love 20+ years later

Amen!

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Posted in: 'Hooked on a Feeling' singer B.J. Thomas dies at 78 See in context

When I arrived..

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Posted in: 'Hooked on a Feeling' singer B.J. Thomas dies at 78 See in context

Raindrops was way bigger. She on I arrived in the U.S. in the early-70s, it was like the most-played song on the RADIO.

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Posted in: U.S. warns its citizens against travel to Japan due to COVID surge See in context

How the tables have turned!

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Posted in: 3-meter pet python found after 2-week search in Yokohama See in context

Smarter than most of the people searching for it.

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Posted in: 6 gang members arrested after brawl in parking lot of convenience store See in context

There's a difference between gang members and gangsters. These chinpira may not be high-level but if they are members of a crime syndicate, they should be referred to as gangsters.

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Posted in: Bad behavior on planes drawing bigger fines in U.S. See in context

I am all for it. Too many entitled and unhinged people walking and flying around out there. Bound to feel it when it hits them hard in the wallet or they get banned.

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Posted in: Nadal beats Djokovic to win Italian Open See in context

Good job, Rafa!

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Posted in: Trump critic Cheney cautions Jan 6 riot could happen again See in context

“He is the leader of the Republican Party,” Stefanik said. “Voters determine the leader of the Republican Party. And they continue to look to President Trump for his vision.”

That's FORMER president, and loser of the popular vote by a huge margin in the last two national elections. It's pretty clear that the majority of the voters in the country think his vision needs correction.

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Posted in: 'Great day for America': Vaccinated can largely ditch masks See in context

Great job, Mr. President and workers. Last year, America had it rough and was in the dumps but once again (especially with good leadership at the helm), they are showing the world how it's supposed to be done.

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Posted in: Ohtani, McCullers duel into late innings as Astros beat Angels See in context

See: DeGrom, Jake (and a host of others). MLB is about more than just one over-covered player.

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Posted in: 51-year-old man arrested for spitting on woman’s face See in context

He is a jackass and a potential danger because if his behavior were to go unchecked it could embolden him and escalate.

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

Don't come near my table

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Posted in: Suga says Japan aiming for 1 mil COVID-19 vaccine shots daily See in context

All talk and almost no action

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Posted in: Tokyo’s anti-crowding coronavirus countermeasures backfire on trains See in context

Clearly, something went wrong with the government’s plan

Ya think! The words "government" and "plan" don't seem to go well together and usually end in disaster around here lately.

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Posted in: Ishikawa town builds giant squid with COVID relief funds See in context

Someone (some people?) actually thought this was a good idea!

Squid is a local delicacy in Noto

Yeah, and in a thousand other places. Let me guess - it tastes better there, right? Give back the rest of the relief money. Now!

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Posted in: Suspect arrested for robbing man on Osaka street See in context

I bet he won't forget a prison term.

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Posted in: Japan was wary of U.S. military taking control over Fukushima crisis See in context

In Japan, it has been shown time and time again by the government that saving face is way more important than saving lives.

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Posted in: Japan faces longer state of emergency, casting doubt on Olympics See in context

That headline says it all: We're only concerned with whether or not the Olympics are held, not about the people.

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Posted in: Police officer dead, another missing on mountain See in context

Hope they find her alive and well. RIP to the deceased officer.

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Posted in: Woman arrested for dumping boiling water on 1-year-old daughter See in context

There are almost no words for this kind of cruelty. This woman is several depraved and needs mental help right away. She also needs some serious jail time. Poor poor kid. I wouldn't do this to my worst enemy and to do it to your own child is just unconscionable. Whomever called the cops saved the child's life.

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Posted in: In Tokyo, anarchy comes on two wheels See in context

The cleanliness and orderliness of the city is down to the rules its people are expected to live by. Don't play your music too loud. Pick up after your pet. Put your rubbish out on the right day (and make sure it is the right kind of rubbish).

The rules apply to everybody but nobody in particular as enforcement, if any, is quite arbitrary. You can speak anti-foreigner propaganda all day if you are the ultranationalists blaring out of vans non-stop or do like bousozoku blocking traffic and making ear-splitting noise and the cops won't do a damn thing. You have to dodge dog poo in almost every neighborhood I have been in and Shibuya, for one, is absolutely filthy on weekends. This is just your typical clickbait article but for those from other parts of the world who may take this for gospel, Tokyo is much like just about any big metropolis. Yes, crime is much lower and it is fairly clean but don't get the idea that you have a Garden of Eden on your hands.

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